Wednesday, January 9, 2008 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM; Room 10 – House Committee on Ways and Means - Act 185 Implementation Issues (Education finance Simplification – H. 880 of 2006)
Thursday, January 10, 2008, 2 PM - Governor’s State-of-the-State Message
Tuesday, January 22, 2008, 2 PM – Governor’s Budget Message
To: All Committee Chairs, Clerks and Committee Members
From: Office of the Clerk of the House, Donald G. Milne
Date: January 12, 2007
To facilitate preparation of the daily House Calendar and its subsequent timely transmission to the printer, it is important when a committee has taken final action on bill, or wishes to have an amendment printed in the Calendar, including any amendments individual members wish to have printed in the calendar, it should be reported to the Clerk's Office as soon as possible - namely to Jean, the Calendar Secretary. When final committee action has been taken on a bill, please bring the original bill and any amendments thereto directly to the Clerk's Office - do not wait for the entire meeting to be finished.
A "Committee Report" form will be provided in the Clerk's office for the reporter to sign and note the committee vote thereon. If there is an amendment to be offered to the bill the amendment shall be signed by the reporter along with the committee vote.
AT NO TIME SHALL ANY MARKS BE MADE ON AN ORIGINAL BILL!
It is important that all reports and/or amendments, along with the original bill, be in the office no later than 4:00 P.M. Our assistant Clerks will check your committee rooms between 3:30 and 3:45 P.M. each day Tuesday through Thursday to see if you have any bills to report and/or if it will be necessary to allow an extra reasonable length of time for you to complete the business at hand. On Fridays, it would be appreciated if you could advise the Assistant Clerks at noontime how long you expect to be meeting that afternoon.
Your cooperation in this matter will aid the preparation of the House Calendar for its ubiquitous return from the printer the next morning.
The Clerk of the House has received the following reports, copies of which may be ordered from his office:
1. Vermont State Colleges FY07 Projects Report. 241-3369
2. Vermont Long term care Ombudsman Project’s FY 2006 Annual report. 863-5620
3. Bank Commissioner Annual report. BISHCA. 828-3307
4. Vermont Health Information Technology Plan. Vt. Information Technology Leaders.
5. Insurance Commissioner 2006 Annual Report. BISHCA. 828-3301
6. Capital Projects for 2007 at UVM. 802-656-0219
7. Supreme Court of Vermont Report. 828-3278
8. Emergency Relief and Assistance Fund: Status Report. 828-3322
9. Boards and commissions Authorized to receive Per Diems. Agency of Administration. 828-3322
10. Education Quality and Cost Control. School Finance Division. 828-0470
11. Study on Transitional Services for Youth. Agency of Administration. 828-3322
12. Judicial Fines. Agency of Administration. Department of Buildings & General Services. 828-3322
13. Revenues In/Out of State vinous Shipping Licenses. Department of Liquor Control. 828-2339
14. Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Interagency agreement.
15. Community-Based Alternatives for Criminal Justice Services Report to the Vermont Legislature. Office of Attorney General. 828-3171
16. Clean and Clear Program. Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. 802-434-3969
17. Plan to Reduce Correctional Costs and Achieve Savings for Reinvestment. Vermont Department of Corrections. 241-2263
18. Blueprint Implementation Plan (Act 71 of 2007). 800-964-1784
19. Department of Liquor Control 2007 Annual Report. 828-2345
The Vermont General Assembly
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