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2014 SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON
ETHICS, ELECTIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

 Agenda           Minutes            Report

Senate
Sen. Mitch Holmes, Chairperson
Sen. Oletha Faust-Goudeau
Sen. Steve Fitzgerald
Sen. Forrest Knox

House
Rep. Steve Huebert, Vice-chairperson
Rep. John Alcala
Rep. John Barker
Rep. Keith Esau
Rep. Mike Kiegerl


Kansas Legislative Research Dept.
Martha Dorsey
Jill Shelley
Joanna Dolan


Office of Revisor of Statutes

Mike Heim
Daniel Yoza

Linda Herrick, Committee Assistant


CHARGE
Review Issues Pertaining to Abandoned Properties

The study will include the following:

  • Review current statutes related to abandoned property;
  • Review economic and potential public safety issues for local communities; and
  • Review potential impact on state and local government revenues.

Study Moving Elections to Fall and Consider 2014 SB 436 Concerning Consolidation of Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Study the subject of moving spring elections to the fall in order to increase voter turnout for local elections; and
  • Review 2014 SB 436 which addresses statutes that authorize Riley County to consolidate its law enforcement agencies and establish a Law Enforcement Director. (Other counties have not followed the example. Currently, representatives from Riley County are seeking a hearing on the possible repeal of the statutes.)

Approved Meeting Days: 3 days


2014 Interim Information

Statutory Joint Committees Special Committees
  • Ethics, Elections and Local Government
  • Judiciary
Other Task Forces, Commissions, Committees

Role of the Committees

Role of KLRD - Session

Role of KLRD - Interim

Committee Archive

2015 Interim Committees

2016 Interim Committees

2017 Interim Committees

2018 Interim Committees

Subject Index Interim Committee Reports

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