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01:29:50 PM Start
01:31:37 PM Confirmation Hearing(s)
02:00:22 PM SB88
02:03:42 PM SB90
02:45:11 PM Adjourn
* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
= bill was previously heard/scheduled
+ Consideration of Governor's Appointees: TELECONFERENCED
Alaska Workers' Compensation Board - Pamela Cline
Board of Massage Therapists - Julie Endle
Board of Pharmacy - James Henderson, Justin
Ruffridge
Board of Nursing - Mike Wilcher
State Board of Registration for Architects,
Engineers, and Land Surveyors - Robert "Bob" Bell
-- Invited & Public Testimony --
+= SB 88 STATE INSUR. CATASTROPHE RESERVE ACCT. TELECONFERENCED
Moved SB 88 Out of Committee
-- Invited & Public Testimony --
+ SB 90 ELECTRONIC WILLS TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Invited & Public Testimony --
+ Bills Previously Heard/Scheduled TELECONFERENCED
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                    SB  90-ELECTRONIC WILLS                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
2:03:42 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO announced the consideration of SENATE BILL NO. 90                                                                
"An Act relating  to wills and the probate of  wills; relating to                                                               
the making, witnessing, self-proving,  revocation, and probate of                                                               
wills  by electronic  means; relating  to the  choice of  law for                                                               
execution of  wills; relating to  the certification of  copies of                                                               
wills; relating  to the establishment  of the validity of  a will                                                               
before death; and providing for an effective date."                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
[CSSB 90(JUD) was before the committee.]                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
2:04:23 PM                                                                                                                    
At ease                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
2:08:01 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO  reconvened the meeting  and asked the  sponsor to                                                               
introduce the bill.                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
2:08:50 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR MYERS, Alaska State  Legislature, Juneau, Alaska, sponsor                                                               
of SB  90 introduced the  legislation paraphrasing  the following                                                               
sponsor statement.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
     In Alaska,  all wills except handwritten  wills must be                                                                    
     executed   in-person  with   at  least   two  witnesses                                                                    
     present.  Current state  probate  legislation does  not                                                                    
     account  for  the  remote  signing  and  witnessing  of                                                                    
     wills. This  can make it  difficult for the  elderly or                                                                    
     those with  little resources to plan  their estate. The                                                                    
     COVID-19   pandemic   has   exacerbated   circumstances                                                                    
     surrounding  traditional  estate planning.  The  public                                                                    
     closure  of  the  state's Pioneer  Homes  and  assisted                                                                    
     living  homes  has  isolated many  seniors  from  these                                                                    
     services. Additional  legislation is required  to bring                                                                    
     tools utilized  throughout the pandemic, such  as video                                                                    
     conferencing, to the estate planning process.                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
     SB 90  aims to fill  the gap in probate  legislation by                                                                    
     allowing  the  electronic  signing  and  witnessing  of                                                                    
     wills. This bill enables individuals  to draft and sign                                                                    
     a  will  on a  computer,  tablet,  or other  electronic                                                                    
     device. Witnesses  can also observe the  execution of a                                                                    
     will through a video and audio  link and do not need to                                                                    
     be    physically    present.    These    reforms    and                                                                    
     modernizations will bring  additional accessibility and                                                                    
     connectivity  to  a state  that  has  many small  rural                                                                    
     communities out of the reach of the road system.                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
     As Alaska moves towards the  future, so should our will                                                                    
     and probate process                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR STEVENS  commented on the  potential for fraud  and asked                                                               
for assurance that nobody else could write his will for him.                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR   MYERS  explained   that   to   maintain  the   existing                                                               
protections, the bill  requires video and audio  contact with the                                                               
attorneys and  notary who  are attesting to  the identity  of the                                                               
testator and  witnesses during  the will  signing. He  noted that                                                               
Alaska probate  law allows  flexibility in  writing the  will but                                                               
has robust protections to allow  the opportunity to challenge the                                                               
execution of the will.                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR COSTELLO asked if other states have similar legislation.                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  MYERS answered  yes; he  recalled that  about 12  states                                                               
allow this,  and another 30  states are working on  similar model                                                               
legislation from the Uniform Law  Commission. He noted that SB 90                                                               
altered  the model  legislation  slightly  to accommodate  Alaska                                                               
statutes.                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR  COSTELLO  asked for  an  explanation  of the  Uniform  Law                                                               
Commission                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  MYERS explained  that it  is a  group of  attorneys from                                                               
across  the  country that  create  draft  legislation to  address                                                               
topics  that  have  widespread and  national  implications.  Will                                                               
writing is one of those  topics. The model legislation is uniform                                                               
to accommodate people  who write their wills  in one jurisdiction                                                               
and subsequently  move to another.  With a uniform law,  the will                                                               
would be valid in both jurisdictions.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR COSTELLO  asked if  wills written  in one  jurisdiction are                                                               
not necessarily valid if a person dies in another jurisdiction.                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS replied  he did not believe that had  been an issue                                                               
and SB  90 seeks to  ensure that continues  to be the  case going                                                               
forward.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
2:15:02 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO asked  him to explain the current  process to file                                                               
a will.                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS explained that an  individual would typically go to                                                               
an attorney  who would write  their will; a notary  would witness                                                               
the  signing   by  the  testator   and  their   witnesses  giving                                                               
reasonable assurance that it was  created without duress; and the                                                               
testator would then  file the will at home,  with their attorney,                                                               
or the court.                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
2:16:10 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  REVAK  asked if  the  bill  stems  in part  because  the                                                               
pandemic made  it difficult to  impossible for people  to prepare                                                               
and file their wills.                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS  replied it was  attorneys primarily who  asked him                                                               
to file  the bill because  it had  been so difficult  to complete                                                               
probate work with their clients.                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  STEVENS noted  that  he recently  rewrote  his will  and                                                               
filed it with the court so that  his family knows where it is. He                                                               
asked for  an explanation  of electronically  filing a  will with                                                               
the court.                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS  clarified that the  Court System in Alaska  is not                                                               
set up  to accept  electronic filing,  including wills.  The bill                                                               
does provide that  a will that has been  signed electronically is                                                               
valid  and a  certified copy  may be  filed with  the court.  The                                                               
model  legislation   from  the  Uniform  Law   Commission  allows                                                               
electronic filing with  the court and the original  bill had that                                                               
language.  The  previous  committee   amended  that  language  to                                                               
reflect  that   the  Alaska   Court  System   cannot  accommodate                                                               
electronic filing.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR COSTELLO found  no further questions and asked  Mr. Nash to                                                               
walk through  the sectional analysis,  including the  changes the                                                               
previous committee made.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
2:19:06 PM                                                                                                                    
JOSIAH   NASH,  Staff,   Senator  Robert   Myers,  Alaska   State                                                               
Legislature,  Juneau, Alaska,  presented  the sectional  analysis                                                               
for SB 90, version B.                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
     Section 1.                                                                                                               
     A will  is defined  as a document  that directs  how an                                                                    
     individual's property should  be distributed or managed                                                                    
     after  their  death.  This definition  is  expanded  to                                                                    
     include an electronic will.                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
     Section 2.                                                                                                               
     Electronic  presence   is  defined   as  two   or  more                                                                    
     individuals in multiple  locations with technology that                                                                    
     enables these individuals to  maintain audio and visual                                                                    
     contact and  communicate. This definition  includes the                                                                    
     communication  between individuals  who have  a visual,                                                                    
     hearing,   or  speech   impairment.  Additionally,   an                                                                    
     electronic will  is defined as  a will  with electronic                                                                    
     text and/or  the electronic  signature of  the testator                                                                    
     or a witness.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
     Section 3.                                                                                                               
     A will disposing of personal  property in any location,                                                                    
     or real property located in  Alaska, made in or outside                                                                    
     of Alaska  by a resident  or non-resident of  the state                                                                    
     where the property is located,  is valid and admissible                                                                    
     to probate in  Alaska if the will is  a record readable                                                                    
     as  text at  the  time  of signing  and  signed by  the                                                                    
     testator  and  executed under  the  local  law of  this                                                                    
     state,   the  jurisdiction   where  the   testator  was                                                                    
     physically present  when they  signed the will,  or the                                                                    
     jurisdiction where  the testator  lived, either  at the                                                                    
     time of the execution of the will or at death.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
     Section 4.                                                                                                               
     Except  as  provided  in  several  instances  in  other                                                                    
     sections of the statutes, a  will must be a record that                                                                    
     is readable as  text at time of signing,  signed by the                                                                    
     testator or signed in their  name by another individual                                                                    
     who is taking direction from  the testator and in their                                                                    
     physical  or  electronic  presence, and  signed  by  at                                                                    
     least  two  individuals  who are  in  the  physical  or                                                                    
     electronic  presence of  the testator  at  the time  of                                                                    
     signing  and  sign  within   a  reasonable  time  after                                                                    
     witnessing the  signing of the  will or  the testator's                                                                    
     acknowledgment of that signature.  A will that does not                                                                    
     comply   with  these   requirements  is   valid  as   a                                                                    
     holographic  will without  any  witnesses if  signature                                                                    
     and   material   portions   are   in   the   testator's                                                                    
     handwriting or readable as text.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
MR. NASH  explained that a  holographic will cannot  be generated                                                               
electronically, but  a copy  in the form  of an  electronic image                                                               
can  be filed  with  the court.  A computer  with  a text  editor                                                               
cannot be used to create a holographic will.                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
     Section 5.                                                                                                               
     This  section contains  an oath  for  the testator  and                                                                    
     witnesses  of  a will  to  proclaim  before an  officer                                                                    
     authorized to administer the oath  of laws of the state                                                                    
     where the testator is physically present.                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
     This section  contains an oath similar  to the oath  in                                                                    
     Sec. 5 but is for use after the execution of  a will to                                                                    
     retroactively self-prove it.                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
2:23:13 PM                                                                                                                    
     Section 7.                                                                                                                 
     Except as provided in another section of  the statutes,                                                                    
     a will is valid if executed in compliance  with the law                                                                    
     at the  time of execution of  the place where the  will                                                                    
     is executed, which  is the place where the testator  is                                                                    
     physically present while signing the will, or  the laws                                                                    
     of  the place  where the  testator  abodes at  time  of                                                                    
     death.                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
     Section 8.                                                                                                                 
     A will or a  section of a will is revoked by  executing                                                                    
     another will that  overwrites the previous will, or  by                                                                    
     the testator destroying  or deleting the will  themself                                                                    
     or with the  aid of another individual acting at  their                                                                    
     direction.                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
MR. NASH noted that a requirement was added for clear and                                                                       
convincing evidence to be used as the legal standard to prove a                                                                 
testators intent in revoking a will.                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
     Section 9.                                                                                                                 
     An individual  can make a paper  copy of their will  by                                                                    
     taking an oath  that copy is true and accurate. If  the                                                                    
     will is self-proving,  the copy must include the  self-                                                                    
     proving affidavits.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
MR. NASH noted that the provision in Section 9 was amended in                                                                   
the previous committee to allow a copy of a holographic will, as                                                                
discussed in Section 4.                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
     Section 10.                                                                                                              
      A petition to the court to determine whether a trust                                                                      
     is valid and enforceable before a settlor's death must                                                                     
     contain:                                                                                                                   
          1.   A statement  that a  copy (may  be electronic                                                                    
          copy) of the will has been filed with the court.                                                                      
          2.   A statement  that the will  is in  writing or                                                                    
          is an electronic will.                                                                                                
          3.   A statement  that the will was  signed by the                                                                    
          testator   or  by   another   individual  at   the                                                                    
          testator's   direction   in    the   physical   or                                                                    
          electronic presence of the testator.                                                                                  
          4.   In the case of a  witnessed will, a statement                                                                    
          that  the   will  was  signed  by   at  least  two                                                                    
          individuals,   each  of   whom  signed   within  a                                                                    
          reasonable  amount of  time  after witnessing  the                                                                    
          signing    of   the    will   or    the   testator                                                                    
          acknowledgment of the signature on the will.                                                                          
          5.   In  the   case  of  a  holographic   will,  a                                                                    
          statement   that   the  signature   and   material                                                                    
          portions are  in the  testator's handwriting  or a                                                                    
          record readable as text.                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
MR. NASH advised that the foregoing was changed to be in                                                                        
electronic form, but it cannot be electronically generated.                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
          6.   A statement  that the  will is  executed with                                                                    
          the testator's intent.                                                                                                
          7.   A statement  that the testator had  legal and                                                                    
          mental capacity.                                                                                                      
          8.   A statement  that the testator was  free from                                                                    
          undue influence and duress.                                                                                           
          9.   A statement  that the  will was  not executed                                                                    
          fraudulently or mistakenly.                                                                                           
          10.  Names   and   addresses  of   the   testator,                                                                    
          testator's     spouse,    testator's     children,                                                                    
          testator's    heirs,    personal    representative                                                                    
          nominated  in the  will, and  the  devices of  the                                                                    
          will.                                                                                                                 
          11.  If  minors,   the  ages  of   the  testator's                                                                    
          children, the  testator's heirs, and  the devisees                                                                    
          under the  will, as far as  known or ascertainable                                                                    
          with reasonable diligence by the petitioner.                                                                          
          12.  A  statement  that  the  will  has  not  been                                                                    
          revoked of modified.                                                                                                  
          13.  A  statement that  the  testator is  familiar                                                                    
          with the contents of the will.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
2:27:37 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  STEVENS  asked what  assurance  he  would have  that  an                                                               
electronic will would be available in the future.                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS  replied he  understands the  concern but  losing a                                                               
will  is already  an  issue when  it  is on  paper.  He said  the                                                               
previous  committee  primarily   addressed  revocatory  acts  and                                                               
added, "deleting"  to the list of  ways a will could  be revoked.                                                               
The clear and  convincing standard was added to  ensure that when                                                               
a will  is deleted  it is  intentional. To  safeguard a  will the                                                               
recommendation is  to file it in  a safe, with an  attorney, with                                                               
the court or all the foregoing  to protect yourself and heirs, he                                                               
said.                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
MR.  NASH  continued  the sectional  analysis.  He  advised  that                                                               
Section 10 was amended in  the previous committee to clarify that                                                               
a paper copy  of an electronic will may be  filed with the Alaska                                                               
Court System. It is not set up to accept electronic wills.                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
     Section 11.                                                                                                              
     Applications for informal  probate or appointment shall                                                                    
     be  directed  to  the registrar  and  verified  by  the                                                                    
     applicant to be true  to the applicant's best knowledge                                                                    
     as to the following information:                                                                                           
     1.   Every application  for informal probate of  a will                                                                    
     or   for    informal   appointment   of    a   personal                                                                    
     representative  other  than   a  special  or  successor                                                                    
     representative, must contain the following.                                                                                
          a.   A statement of interest of the applicant.                                                                        
          b.   The name  and age  of the  decedent, decedent                                                                    
          death date,  the judicial district, and  the state                                                                    
          of the  decedent's domicile at the  time of death,                                                                    
          and  the  names  and   addresses  of  the  spouse,                                                                    
          children, heirs, and devisees  and ages of any who                                                                    
          are    minors   ascertainable    with   reasonable                                                                    
          diligence by the applicant.                                                                                           
          c.   If decedent  was not living  in the  state at                                                                    
          the time of death, a statement showing venue.                                                                         
          d.   A  statement identifying  the address  of any                                                                    
          personal representative of  the decedent appointed                                                                    
          in this  state of elsewhere whose  appointment has                                                                    
          not been terminated.                                                                                                  
          e.   A statement indicating  whether the applicant                                                                    
          has received  a demand  for notice of  any probate                                                                    
          or appointment proceeding  concerning the decedent                                                                    
          that  may  have  been  filed   in  this  state  or                                                                    
          elsewhere.                                                                                                            
          f.   A statement that the  time limit for informal                                                                    
          probate  has  not  expired  either  because  three                                                                    
          years or  less have passed, that  circumstances as                                                                    
          described  by  the   statutes,  authorizing  tardy                                                                    
          probate or appointment have occurred.                                                                                 
     2.   An  application for  informal  probate  of a  will                                                                    
     must   state  the   following   in   addition  to   the                                                                    
     aforementioned statements:                                                                                                 
          a.   Original of  the decedent's  will or  a paper                                                                    
          copy  of the  will  is in  the  possession of  the                                                                    
          court, or accompanies the  application, or that an                                                                    
          authenticated copy  or a will probated  in another                                                                    
          jurisdiction accompanies the application.                                                                             
          b.   To  the best  of  the applicant's  knowledge,                                                                    
          believes the will to have been validly executed.                                                                      
          c.   After the  exercise of  reasonable diligence,                                                                    
          the  applicant   is  unaware  of   and  instrument                                                                    
          revoking   the  will,   and  that   the  applicant                                                                    
          believes that  the instrument that is  the subject                                                                    
          of the application is the decedent's will.                                                                            
     3.   Application   for   informal  appointment   of   a                                                                    
     personal representative  to administer an  estate under                                                                    
     a will  must describe the  will by date of  signing and                                                                    
     state  the time  and place  of probate  or the  pending                                                                    
     application  or petition  for probate.  Application for                                                                    
     appointment   must   adopt   the  statements   in   the                                                                    
     application or  petition for probate and  sate the name                                                                    
     address  and priority  for  appointment  of the  person                                                                    
     whose appointment is sought.                                                                                               
     4.   An  application  for  informal appointment  of  an                                                                    
     administer in  intestacy must state in  addition to the                                                                    
     statements required by section one as aforementioned.                                                                      
     a.   After  reasonable  diligence,   the  applicant  is                                                                    
     unaware  of   any  unrevoked   testamentary  instrument                                                                    
     relating  to  property having  a  situs  in this  state                                                                    
     under statutes,  or statement  why any  such instrument                                                                    
     of  which  the applicant  may  be  aware is  not  being                                                                    
     probated.                                                                                                                  
     b.   Priority  of  the   person  whose  appointment  is                                                                    
     sought and the names of  any other persons having prior                                                                    
     or equal right to the appointment.                                                                                         
     5.   Application   for   appointment  of   a   personal                                                                    
     representative  to  succeed a  personal  representative                                                                    
     appointed under  a different testacy status  must refer                                                                    
     to  the order  in the  most recent  testacy proceeding.                                                                    
     The application must state the  name and address of the                                                                    
     person whose  appointment is sought  and of  the person                                                                    
     whose   appointment   will   be   terminated   if   the                                                                    
     application  is granted  and describe  the priority  of                                                                    
     the applicant.                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
2:35:02 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO turned to invited testimony.                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
2:35:03 PM                                                                                                                    
ABIGAIL O'CONNOR, Attorney, O'Connor  Law LLC, Anchorage, Alaska,                                                               
stated that she practices solely in  the area of trust and estate                                                               
law and was  one in the group of Alaska  trust and estate lawyers                                                               
who  drafted  this legislation.  It  is  based primarily  on  the                                                               
Uniform  Law Commission  model legislation  with some  adjustment                                                               
specific to Alaska.                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MS.  O'CONNOR  addressed  the   questions  the  committee  posed.                                                               
Responding to  Senator Steven's question about  the potential for                                                               
fraud, she said  the sad reality is that fraud  with wills cannot                                                               
be  prevented. The  issue is  handled  by remedy  and those  will                                                               
continue.  With regard  to  filing an  electronic  will with  the                                                               
court, she said the bill has  a new section for the certification                                                               
of a  copy of an  electronic will  and that certified  paper copy                                                               
can  be filed  with  the  court. Regarding  the  concern about  a                                                               
deleted or  destroyed will,  she said that  is already  a problem                                                               
and it  is the individual's responsibility  to adequately protect                                                               
and store their wills. She said  she counsels her clients to file                                                               
the will with the court, store it  in a safe deposit box, or keep                                                               
it in a fireproof safe.                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
In  response  to Senator  Costello's  question,  she said  states                                                               
generally accept  valid wills  from other  states, but  there are                                                               
exceptions.   Florida,  for   example,   does   not  accept   any                                                               
handwritten  wills, even  if  they are  deemed  valid in  another                                                               
state.  To the  question of  filing an  electronic will  with the                                                               
court, she  said that can be  done by filing a  certified [paper]                                                               
copy of the electronic will.                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
In  response  to Senator  Revak's  question,  she confirmed  that                                                               
there were  difficulties for people  trying to sign  wills during                                                               
the  pandemic.  Some  people  were unable  to  sign  their  wills                                                               
altogether.                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
2:40:52 PM                                                                                                                    
MS.  O'CONNOR said  she supports  SB  90, but  believes that  the                                                               
language  added with  the amendments  in  the previous  committee                                                               
could be improved.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR COSTELLO asked  her to provide her  testimony and responses                                                               
to the questions in writing.                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
2:41:29 PM                                                                                                                    
LINDA HULBERT, representing self,  Fairbanks, Alaska, stated that                                                               
she  has been  an  insurance and  financial  professional for  30                                                               
years and the industry has  transitioned from paper to electronic                                                               
documents  in  the last  year  Companies  are  able to  write  an                                                               
application,  underwrite an  application,  and  deliver a  policy                                                               
electronically.  Her  clients  want   personal  service  and  the                                                               
efficiency of electronic documents. She  said she supports SB 90;                                                               
"The need for electronic wills is substantial."                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR  COSTELLO  encouraged  her   to  submit  her  testimony  in                                                               
writing.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
2:43:27 PM                                                                                                                    
MATTHEW  BLATTMACHR,  Attorney,  Peak Trust  Company,  Anchorage,                                                               
Alaska, stated that  his company practices in the  area of estate                                                               
planning. He  agreed with previous  testimony that the  nation is                                                               
moving in the direction of  electronic documents. SB 90 would add                                                               
clarity  to the  statutes as  to what  is allowed  and how  it is                                                               
allowed. Rural  communities in particular would  be benefited, as                                                               
would anybody who is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. He                                                                      
voiced support for SB 90.                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR COSTELLO encouraged him to submit his written testimony to                                                                
the committee.                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
2:44:39 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO opened public testimony on SB 90; finding none,                                                                  
she closed public testimony.                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
2:44:50 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR COSTELLO held SB 90 in committee.                                                                                         

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
SLAC GOV Appointee James Henderson Board Application Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE BP JAMES HENDERSON
SLAC GOV Appointee Justin Ruffridge Board Application Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE BP jUSTIN RUFFRIDGE
SLAC GOV Appointee Justin Ruffridge Resume Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE BP JUSTIN RUFFRIDGE
SLAC GOV Appointee Julie Endle Board Application Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE BMT JULIE ENDLE
SLAC GOV Appointee Michael Wilcher Resume Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE BN MICHAEL WILCHER
SLAC GOV Appointee Pamela Cline Board Application Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE AWCB PAMELA CLINE
SLAC GOV Appointee Robert Bell Resume Redacted.pdf SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SLAC GOV APPOINTEE AELS ROBERT BELL
CSSB 90 Version G.PDF SL&C 3/22/2021 1:30:00 PM
SB 90