2010 April 20: VT: Third Reading S. 239 Retiring outdoor wood-fired boilers that do not meet the 2008 emission standard for particulate matter

2010 April 20: VT: Third Reading S. 239 Retiring outdoor wood-fired boilers that do not meet the 2008 emission standard for particulate matter

 

Statehouse Schedule

Tuesday, 04/20/10 10am

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House

Scheduled to go into session at 10 a.m.
Senate Proposal of Amendment H. 648 Harassment and hazing policies at independent colleges Third Reading S. 239 Retiring outdoor wood-fired boilers that do not meet the 2008 emission standard for particulate matter
Favorable with amendment S. 237 Operational standards for salvage yards
Favorable with amendment J.R.S. 50 Urging expedited federal initiation of the National Environmental Policy Act process relating to the proposed federal acquisition of Eagle Point Farm in Derby, Vermont
Senate Proposal of Amendment H. 408 Improving nutrition programs

Senate

Scheduled to go into session at 9:30 a.m.
Third Reading S.R. 17 Waivers to 21-year old minimum drinking age Third Reading H. 524 Interference with or cruelty to a guide dog
Second Reading H. 213 Fairness to tenants in cases of contested housing security deposit withholding
House Proposal of Amendment S. 264 Stop and hauling charges
Third Reading H. 527 Municipal recovery of costs of fire department response
Third Reading H. 759 Executive branch fees
Third Reading H. 771 Approval of amendments to the charter of the town of Stowe
Second Reading Favorable H. 689 The Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act
Second Reading Favorable H. 774 Approval of amendments to the charter of the city of South Burlington
Second Reading Favorable H. 775 Technical changes to the records management authority of the Vermont state archives and records administration
Second Reading Favorable H. 788 Approval of amendments to the charter of the town of Berlin
Favorable with Proposal of Amendment H. 578 Requiring all state law enforcement officers to serve under the direction and control of the commissioner of public safety
Favorable with Proposal of Amendment H. 784 The state’s transportation program

The calendar may change without notice. (Bills get a first reading when they’re introduced. If there’s a second reading, a bill is debated and approved or rejected. If it’s approved, it gets a third reading, which is a final vote.)

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