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Senate Calendar

thursday, may 1, 2008

115th DAY OF BIENNIAL SESSION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                                Page No.

ACTION CALENDAR

NEW BUSINESS

House Proposal of Amendment

S. 244     Self-storage facilities....................................................................... 2375

NOTICE CALENDAR

House Proposal of Amendment

S. 152     Lead poisoning by exposure to lead in consumer products............... 2380

Reports of Committee of Conference

S. 114     Relating to enhancing mental health parity........................................ 2385

S. 342     Lake Champlain commemorative motor vehicle plates..................... 2385

H. 432    Establishing Juneteenth National Freedom Day................................ 2386

ORDERED TO LIE

S. 70       Empowering municipalities to regulate pesticides.............................. 2386


S. 108     Electing U.S. Representative & U.S. Senator by instant runoff......... 2387

H. 331    Financing the purchase of a mobile home......................................... 2387

H. 332    Sale and closure of mobile home parks............................................ 2387

JRS 24   Congressional “fast track” review of trade agreements..................... 2387


 



 

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ACTION CALENDAR

NEW BUSINESS

House Proposal of Amendment

S. 244

An act relating to self-storage facilities.

The House proposes to the Senate to amend the bill by striking all after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

Sec. 1.  SHORT TITLE

This act shall be known as the “Vermont Self-Storage Facility Act.”

Sec. 2.  9 V.S.A. chapter 98 is added to read:

CHAPTER 98.  STORAGE UNITS

§ 3950.  DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have the following meanings:

(1)  “Last known address” means that address provided by the occupant in the rental agreement or the address provided by the occupant in a subsequent written notice of a change of address.

(2)  “Occupant” means a person, successor, assignee, agent, or representative entitled to the use of storage space in a self-storage facility under a rental agreement to the exclusion of others.

(3)  “Owner” means the owner, operator, lessor, or sublessor of a

self-storage facility, an agent, or any other person authorized by the owner to manage the facility or to receive rent from an occupant under a rental agreement.

(4)  “Personal property” means movable property not affixed to land, and includes goods, merchandise, and household items.

(5)  “Rental agreement” means any written agreement that establishes or modifies the terms, conditions, rules, or any other provision concerning the use and occupancy of a self-storage facility.

(6)  “Self-storage facility” means any real property designed and used for the purpose of renting or leasing individual storage space to occupants who are to have access to such space for the purpose of storing and removing personal property.  A self-storage facility is not a “warehouse” as used in Article 7 of the Uniform Commercial Code (U.C.C.) as codified in Title 9A.  If an owner issues any warehouse receipt, bill of lading, or other document of title for the personal property stored, the owner and the occupant are subject to the U.C.C., and this act does not apply.

§ 3951.  RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES

(a)  No occupant shall use storage space at a self-storage facility for residential purposes.

(b)  No owner shall knowingly permit a storage space at a self-storage facility to be used for residential purposes.

§ 3952.  DISCLOSURES

(a)  A rental agreement shall contain the following:

(1)  The name and address of the owner and occupant.

(2)  The actual monthly occupancy charge, rent, or lease amount for the storage space provided, expressed in dollars.

(3)  An itemization of other charges imposed or which may be imposed in connection with the occupancy, a description of the charges, whether the charges are mandatory or optional, and the amount of each charge expressed in dollars.

(4)  A statement of whether property stored in the leased space is or is not insured by the owner against loss or damage and of the requirement that the occupant must provide his or her own insurance for any property stored.

(5)  A statement advising the occupant of the existence of the lien created by this chapter, that the property stored in the leased space may be sold to satisfy the lien, and that the owner shall not be liable for damage, loss, or alienation of items of sentimental nature or value.

(b)  The disclosures required under subdivisions (a)(4) and (a)(5) of this section shall be written in bold type and of a font size equal to or greater than the general text of the agreement.

§ 3953.  LIEN

The owner of a self-storage facility has a possessory lien upon all personal property located in a storage space at a self-storage facility for rent, labor, or other charges, present or future, in relation to the personal property, and for expenses relevant to its preservation or expenses reasonably incurred in its sale pursuant to this chapter.  The lien attaches as of the date the personal property is brought to or placed in a regular storage space at a self-storage facility in accordance with the provisions of a valid rental agreement.

§ 3954.  ENFORCEMENT OF LIEN

In the event of a default under the terms of a rental agreement, the lien created under this chapter may be enforced in accordance with the provisions of this section.

(1)  First notice of default.  No sooner than seven days after a default, the occupant shall be notified of the default by regular mail sent to his or her last known address.

(2)  Second notice of default.  No sooner than 14 days after mailing of the first notice, the occupant shall be notified of the default by certified mail sent to his or her last known address.  The second notice shall contain the following:

(A)  An itemized statement of the owner’s claim showing the sum due at the time of the notice and the date when the sum became due.

(B)  A brief and general description of the personal property subject to the lien.  There shall be no requirement to describe the specific contents of a storage space in a self-storage facility beyond stating that it is the contents of a specific storage space in a specific self-storage facility rented by a specific occupant.

(C)  A notice of denial of access to the personal property, if such denial is permitted under the terms of the rental agreement.

(D)  A demand for payment within a specified time not less than fifteen days after the mailing of the second notice of default.

(E)  A conspicuous statement that unless the claim is paid in full within the time stated in the notice, the personal property will be advertised for sale and sold according to law.

(3)  Advertisement.  After the expiration of the time given in the second notice under subdivision (2) of this section, an advertisement of the sale shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation where the self-storage facility is located.  The advertisement shall contain the following:

(A)  A brief and general description of the personal property as provided in subdivision (2)(B) of this section.

(B)  The address of the self-storage facility and the number, if any, of the space where the personal property is located and the name of the occupant.

(C)  The time, place, and manner of the sale.  If there is no newspaper of general circulation where the self-storage facility is located, the advertisement shall be posted at least 15 days before the date of the sale at the town hall where the self-storage facility is located in such fashion as the auction sales of real property are posted.

(D)  A sale or other disposition of goods as provided for in this chapter shall not be defeated or deemed not in compliance with this provisions of this chapter if the owner attempted, but was not able to obtain personal service on those persons entitled to notice or if the certified mail return receipt is not signed by the person to whom notice must be sent, unless the owner fails to publish in accordance with this section.

(4)  Notice to other lienholders.  Before the expiration of the time given in the second notice under subdivision (2) of this section, the owner shall determine whether the occupant owns any personal property subject to an active lien registered with the Vermont secretary of state.  If any such lien exists, the lienholder shall be notified by certified mail not less than 21 days prior to the sale of the property.  Such notice shall include the following:

(A)  A statement describing the property to be sold.  There shall be no requirement to describe the specific contents of a storage space in a self-storage facility beyond stating that it is the contents of a specific storage space in a specific self-storage facility rented by a specific occupant.

(B)  A statement of the lienholder’s rights under this chapter.

(C)  A statement of the time, place, and manner of the sale of the property.

(5)  Sale.  Upon fulfillment of the notification and advertisement requirements of this section, sale of the personal property shall be permitted, provided the following conditions are met:

(A)  The sale of the personal property shall take place not sooner than 15 days after the first publication under subdivision (3) of this section.

(B)  Any sale of the personal property under this chapter shall conform to the terms of all notifications required under this section.  If the sale will not or does not take place as provided for in the notifications, then subsequent notifications shall be made in the same manner as the original notifications had been made.

(C)  Any sale of the personal property shall be held at the self-storage facility, or at the nearest suitable place.

(D)  Any sale of the personal property shall be performed in a commercially reasonable manner, meaning the owner sells the goods in the usual manner in any recognized market therefor, at the price current in such market at the time of the sale; or otherwise sold in conformity with commercially reasonable practices among dealers in the type of goods sold; however, the sale of more goods than apparently necessary to ensure satisfaction of the obligation is not commercially reasonable unless necessary due to the nature of the goods being sold or the manner in which they are customarily sold.  The fact that a better price could have been obtained by sale at a different time or by a different method from that selected by the owner is not of itself sufficient to establish that the sale was not made in a commercially reasonable manner.

(E)  Any sale or disposition of a motor vehicle shall be performed pursuant to chapter 21 of Title 23 and any sale or disposition of a vessel, snowmobile, or all-terrain vehicle shall be performed pursuant to chapter 36 of Title 23.

(6)  Right of satisfaction.  Before any sale of personal property pursuant to this chapter, the occupant may pay the amount necessary to satisfy the lien in full and the reasonable expenses incurred under this section, and thereby redeem the personal property.  Upon receipt of such payment, the owner shall return the personal property, and thereafter the owner shall have no liability to any person with respect to such personal property.

(7)  Proceeds in excess of lien amount.  In the event of sale under this section, the owner may satisfy the owner’s lien from the proceeds of the sale, but shall hold the balance, if any, for delivery on demand to the occupant.  If the occupant does not claim the balance of the proceeds such funds shall be paid over without interest to the treasurer of the state of Vermont in accordance with Chapter 14 of Title 27.

(8)  Rights of other lienholders.  The holder of any perfected lien or security interest on personal property stored in the storage unit and registered with the Vermont secretary of state may take possession of its liened property at any time prior to sale or other disposition.

(9)  Rights of purchasers.  A purchaser in good faith of the personal property sold to satisfy a lien, as provided elsewhere in this chapter, takes the property free of any rights of persons against whom the lien was valid, despite noncompliance by the owner with the requirements of this chapter.

§ 3955.  SUPPLEMENTAL NATURE OF ACT

Nothing in this chapter shall be construed in any manner to impair or affect the right of parties to create liens by special contract or agreement, nor shall it in any manner affect or impair other liens arising at common law or in equity, or by any statute in this state.

§ 3956.  SAVINGS CLAUSE

This chapter shall only apply to self-storage rental agreements entered into, extended, or renewed after January 1, 2009.  Rental agreements providing for monthly rental payments but providing no specific termination date shall be subject to this act on the first monthly rental payment date following January 1, 2009.

§ 3957.  SEVERABILITY

If any provision of this act or the application thereof is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the act that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end, the provisions of this act are declared to be severable.

Sec. 3.  EFFECTIVE DATE

This act shall take effect January 1, 2009.

House Proposal of Amendment

S. 152

An act relating to prevention of lead poisoning by exposure to lead in consumer products.

The House proposes to the Senate to amend the bill by striking all after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

Sec. 1.  FINDINGS

The general assembly finds that:

(1)  Lead is highly toxic to humans, particularly to young children.

(2)  Exposure to lead can cause irreversible damage that results in long-lasting, permanent neurological damage, such as decreases in I.Q. scores.

(3)  Lead exposure has also been shown to be associated with school failure, delinquency, and criminal behavior.

(4)  There is no safe level of lead for humans.  Recent medical evidence has demonstrated that serious adverse health effects appear at extremely low blood levels.  Moreover, the effects of lead exposure are cumulative, and exposure to a very small amount of lead dust over time can cause a serious increase in lead levels in blood.

(5)  There are multiple sources of lead exposure, including lead-based paint; soil; certain children’s products; water fixtures; and certain occupational environments.

(6)  Although federal law limits the amount of lead in residential paint and in surface coatings on children’s products, it does not set specific caps on lead in children’s products generally or in other consumer products.

(7)  There is no reason for children’s products made with lead to be sold or marketed in Vermont, or for not taking reasonable steps to reduce lead in all consumer products.

Sec. 2.  9 V.S.A. chapter 63, subchapter 1C is added to read:

Subchapter 1C.  Lead in Consumer Products

§ 2470e.  DEFINITIONS

As used in this subchapter:

(1)  “Children’s product” means any consumer product marketed for use by children under the age of 12, or whose substantial use or handling by children under 12 years of age is reasonably foreseeable, including toys, furniture, jewelry, vitamins and other supplements, personal care products, clothing, food, and food containers and packaging.

(2)(A)  “Contain or containing lead,” unaccompanied by a specific standard, means containing or having a surface coating containing the following amount of lead by weight of lead or lead compound, unless the commissioner of health, in consultation with the attorney general by rule, reduces this percentage generally or with respect to specific products:

(i)  0.06 percent as of October 1, 2008;

(ii)  0.03 percent as of July 1, 2009; and

(iii)  0.01 percent as of January 1, 2010.

(B)  If the standard set under this subsection is preempted by a federal standard as to any class of products, then “contain (or containing) lead,” unaccompanied by a specific standard, means the lowest such federal standards and federal effective dates applicable to such a class of products.

(3)  “Nonresidential paints and primers” does not mean artists’ supplies.

§ 2470f.  PROHIBITION OF LEAD IN CHILDREN’S PRODUCTS

Except to the extent specifically preempted by federal law, no person shall manufacture, regardless of location, for sale in, offer for sale, sell in or into the stream of commerce, or otherwise introduce into the stream of commerce in Vermont any children’s product any component part of which contains lead.  This prohibition shall not apply to:

(1)  any part of a children’s product that is not accessible to a child through normal and reasonably foreseeable use and abuse of such product.  A component part is not accessible under this section if such component part is not physically exposed by reason of a sealed covering or casing and does not become physically exposed through reasonably foreseeable use and abuse of the product, except that paint, coatings, and electroplating shall not be considered barriers that would render lead in the substrate inaccessible to a child under this subdivision;

(2)  any component of a children’s product that is intended for children age eight and under, that complies with any more stringent federal or European Union standard for lead in consumer products or with a similar standard applicable in states with a total population of 25 million, and that is contained within a battery compartment that cannot be opened without a coin, screwdriver, or other common household tool; or

(3)  any power cord, USB cable, audio-visual cable, jack, connector, or similar device or component used in connection with or attached to a children’s product that:

(A)  conducts electric current;

(B)  is not a small part, as defined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in 16 C.F.R. part 1501;

(C)  does not have a casing or coating that contains lead; and

(D)  complies with any more stringent federal or European Union standard for lead in consumer products or with a similar standard applicable in states with a total population of 25 million.

§ 2470g.  PROHIBITION OF LEAD IN JEWELRY

Except to the extent specifically preempted by federal law and in addition to the prohibition in section 2470f of this subchapter, no person shall manufacture, regardless of location, for sale in, offer for sale, or sell in or into the stream of commerce, or otherwise introduce into the stream of commerce in Vermont any article of jewelry or other metal decorative item containing lead that is not a children’s product as defined in section 2470e of this title, where the article, or any detachable part of the article, is the size of a small part as defined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in 16 C.F.R. part 1501, unless the article is:

(1)  expressly and prominently advertised as adult jewelry;

(2)  not commonly understood to be an article for use by a child under age 12; and

(3)  accompanied by a point-of-sale disclosure prescribed by the attorney general to the effect that the article may contain lead at or above the prevailing legal limit for lead in children's products, if that is true.

§ 2470h.  CONSUMER WARNINGS; NOTIFICATION; PHASE-OUTS

Except to the extent specifically preempted by federal law:

(1)  Wheel weights.  Beginning January 1, 2010, the state of Vermont shall not use wheel weights containing lead in vehicles owned by the state or vehicles operated by the state under a long-term lease.  Beginning September 1, 2011, no person shall sell or offer for sale in or into the state of Vermont a new motor vehicle with wheel weights containing lead.

(2)(A)  Plumbing fixtures and related supplies.  As prescribed by the attorney general, beginning January 1, 2009, and ending December 31, 2009, any person who sells or offers for sale in or into the state of Vermont plumbing fixtures whose wetted surfaces contain more than a weighted average of 0.25 percent lead, shall clearly and conspicuously post a warning at the point of sale, stating that these products contain lead and shall also provide to each buyer prior to sale information on the risks of lead exposure.

(B)  Beginning January 1, 2010, no person shall sell or offer for sale in or into the state of Vermont, or use in the state of Vermont, solder or flux for plumbing containing more than 0.2 percent lead, or plumbing fixtures whose wetted surfaces contain more than a weighted average of 0.25 percent lead.

(C)  As prescribed by the attorney general, beginning January 1, 2009, any person who sells or offers for sale in or into the state of Vermont solder or flux containing more than 0.2 percent lead shall clearly and conspicuously post a warning at the point of sale, stating that these products contain lead and shall also provide to each buyer prior to sale information on the risks of lead exposure.

(D)  For the purpose of subdivision (2) of this section:

(i)   the term "plumbing fixtures" means pipes, pipe and plumbing fittings, and fixtures used to convey or dispense water for human consumption;

(ii)  the "weighted average" lead content shall be calculated by using the following formula: the percentage of lead content within each component that comes into contact with water shall be multiplied by the percent of the total wetted surface of the entire pipe and pipe fitting, plumbing fitting, or fixture represented in each component containing lead; these percentages shall be added; and the sum shall constitute the weighted average lead content of the pipe and pipe fitting, plumbing fitting, or fixture.

 (3)  Nonresidential paints and primers.  As prescribed by the attorney general, beginning January 1, 2009, and ending December 31, 2010, any person who sells or offers for sale in or into the state of Vermont nonresidential paints and primers containing lead shall clearly and conspicuously post a warning at the point of sale, stating that these products contain lead and shall also provide to each buyer prior to sale information on the risks of lead exposure.  Beginning January 1, 2011, no person shall sell or offer for sale in or into the state of Vermont nonresidential paints or primers containing lead.  Beginning January 1, 2012, no person shall use nonresidential paints or primers containing lead in the state of Vermont.

(4)  Salvage building materials.  As prescribed by the attorney general, beginning January 1, 2009, any person in commerce who sells or offers for sale in or into the state of Vermont salvage building materials made prior to 1978 shall clearly and conspicuously post a warning at the point of sale, stating that these products may contain lead and shall also provide to each buyer prior to sale information on the risks of lead exposure. 

(5)  Other.  The attorney general, in consultation with the commissioner of health, may by rule require warnings, notifications, or a combination of these relating to other products containing lead.

§ 2470i.  PROHIBITION ON REMOVAL OF LABELS

No person in commerce shall remove from a consumer product any warning label affixed to it that relates in whole or part to lead or lead hazards and which label is required by this state, the federal government, or any other state or country.

§ 2470j.  PROHIBITION ON PROVIDING SUBSTANTIAL ASSISTANCE

No person shall provide substantial assistance to a person in violation of section 2470f, 2470g, 2470h, or 2470i of this section with knowledge or reason to know of the violation. 

§ 2470k.  VIOLATIONS

(a)  A violation of this subchapter is deemed to be a violation of section 2453 of this title.

(b)  The attorney general has the same authority to make rules, conduct civil investigations, enter into assurances of discontinuance, and bring civil actions, and private parties have the same rights and remedies, as provided under subchapter 1 of this chapter.

§ 2470l.  SCOPE

(a)  Nothing in this act shall be construed to regulate firearms, ammunition or components thereof, hunting or fishing equipment or components thereof, lead pellets from air rifles, shooting ranges or circumstances resulting from shooting, handling, storing, casting, or reloading ammunition.

(b)  Nothing in this act shall be construed to alter the existing authority of the agency of natural resources to regulate the lead content of products used in connection with fishing and hunting.

Report of Committee of Conference

S. 114

An act relating to enhancing mental health parity.

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

The Committee of Conference to which were referred the disagreeing votes of the two Houses upon House Bill entitled:

S. 114.  An act relating to enhancing mental health parity.

Respectfully report that they have met and considered the same and recommend that the Senate accede to the House proposal of amendment and that the title of the bill be amended to read:

AN ACT RELATING TO ENHANCING REGULATION FOR PROGRESS TOWARD MENTAL HEALTH PARITY

                                                                        Sen. Douglas A. Racine

                                                                        Sen. Jeanette White

                                                                        Sen. Kevin J. Mullin

                                                                 Committee on the part of the Senate

                                                                        Rep. Michael Fisher

                                                                        Rep. Patsy French

                                                                        Rep. Mary A. Morrissey

                                                                 Committee on the part of the House

Report of Committee of Conference

S. 342

An act relating to Lake Champlain commemorative motor vehicle plates.

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

The Committee of Conference to which were referred the disagreeing votes of the two Houses upon House Bill entitled:

S. 342.  An act relating to Lake Champlain commemorative motor vehicle plates.

Respectfully report that they have met and considered the same and recommend that the Senate accede to the House proposal of amendment.

                                                                        Sen. Donald E. Collins

                                                                        Sen. Richard T. Mazza

                                                                        Sen. Philip Scott

                                                                 Committee on the part of the Senate

                                                                        Rep. Patrick M. Brennan

                                                                        Rep. David E. Potter

                                                                        Rep. Albert Audette

                                                                 Committee on the part of the House

Report of Committee of Conference

H. 432

An act establishing Juneteenth National Freedom Day.

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

The Committee of Conference to which were referred the disagreeing votes of the two Houses upon House Bill entitled:

H. 432.  An act establishing Juneteenth National Freedom Day.

Respectfully report that they have met and considered the same and recommend that the Senate recede from its proposal of amendment and that the bill be further amended in Sec. 1, subdivision (4), by adding the word “commemorative” immediately preceding the phrase “state holiday

                                                                        Sen. Hinda Miller

                                                                        Sen. William H. Carris

                                                                        Sen. Douglas A. Racine

                                                                 Committee on the part of the Senate

                                                                        Rep. Christopher Pearson

                                                                        Rep. Timothy Jerman

                                                                        Rep. Sandra Gernier

                                                                 Committee on the part of the House

ORDERED TO LIE

S. 70

An act relating to empowering municipalities to regulate the application of pesticides within their borders.

PENDING ACTION:  Second reading of the bill.

S. 108

An act relating to the election of U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator by the instant runoff voting method.

PENDING QUESTION:  Shall the bill pass, notwithstanding the refusal of the Governor to approve the bill?

H. 331

An act relating to financing the purchase of a mobile home.

PENDING ACTION:  Second reading of the bill.

H. 332

An act relating to sale and closure of mobile home parks.

PENDING ACTION:  Second reading of the bill.

J.R.S. 24

Joint resolution relating to the federal “fast track” process for congressional review of international trade agreements.

PENDING ACTION:  Second reading of the resolution.

CONFIRMATIONS

The following appointments will be considered by the Senate, as a group, under suspension of the Rules, as moved by the President pro tempore, for confirmation together and without debate, by consent thereby given by the Senate.  However, upon request of any senator, any appointment may be singled out and acted upon separately by the Senate, with consideration given to the report of the Committee to which the appointment was referred, and with full debate; and further, all appointments for the positions of Secretaries of Agencies, Commissioners of Departments, Judges, Magistrates, and members of the Public Service Board shall be fully and separately acted upon.

Richard G. Grassi of White River Junction - Member of the Parole Board - By Sen. Campbell for the Committee on Institutions.  (4/4)

Heather Shouldice of East Calais - Member of the Capitol Complex Commission - By Sen. Coppenrath for the Committee on Institutions.  (4/4)

Susan Hayward of Middlesex - Member of the Capitol Complex Commission - By Sen. Scott for the Committee on Institutions.  (4/4)

Dean George of Middlebury - Member of the Parole Board - By Sen. Mazza for the Committee on Institutions.  (4/4)

Stephanie O’Brien of South Burlington - Member of the Liquor Control. Board - By Sen. Condos for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

John P. Cassarino of Rutland - Member of the Liquor Control Board - By Sen. Carris for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

Walter E. Freed of Dorset - Member of the Liquor Control Board - By Sen. Illuzzi for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

Richard W. Park of Williston - Member of the State Labor Relations Board - By Sen. Racine for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

James Kiehle of Brattleboro - Member of the State Labor Relations Board - By Sen. Carris for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

James J. Dunn, Esq. of South Burlington - Member of the State Labor Relations Board - By Sen. Condos for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

Leonard J. Berliner of Quechee - Member of the State Labor Relations Board.  By Sen. Illuzzi for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/24)

Nathan Besio of South Burlington - Member of the Human Rights Commission - By Sen. Campbell for the Committee on Judiciary.  (4/29)

Nathan Besio of South Burlington - Member of the Human Rights Commission. - By Sen. Campbell for the Committee on Judiciary.  (4/29)

Donald R. Vickers of Georgia - Member of the Human Rights Commission - By Sen. Cummings for the Committee on Judiciary. (4/29)

Mary C. Marzec-Gerrior of Pittsford - Member of the Human Rights Commission - By Sen. Mullin for the Committee on Judiciary.  (4/29)

David Redmond of St. Johnsbury - Member of the State Infrastructure Bank Board - By Sen. Maynard for the Committee on Finance.  (4/29)

John Ewing of Burlington - Member of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board - By Sen. Miller for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/30)

Roy Folsom of Cabot - Member of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board - By Sen. Condos for the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs.  (4/29)

David E. Luce of Waterbury - Member of the Community High School of Vermont Board - By Sen. Doyle for the Committee on Education.  (4/29)

Joan Hungerford of St. Albans - Member of the Transportation Board - By Sen. Collins for the Committee on Transportation.  (4/30)

John Booth of Essex Junction - Member of the Transportation Board - By Sen. Mazza for the Committee on Transportation.  (4/30)

Frederick P. Bullock of Bellows Falls - Member of the State Infrastructure Bank Board - By Sen. Carris for the Committee on Finance.  (5/2)



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