Legislature(2001 - 2002)
2001-05-01 Senate JournalFull Journal pdf
2001-05-01 Senate Journal Page 1403 SB 83 SENATE BILL NO. 83 "An Act relating to construction of highways by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities" was read the second time. Senator Donley, Cochair, moved and asked unanimous consent for the adoption of the Finance Committee Substitute offered on page 1257. Senator Ellis objected, then withdrew his objection. There being no further objections, CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 83(FIN) was adopted and read the second time. Amendment No. 1 was not offered. Senator Ellis offered Amendment No. 2 : Page 1, line 14: Delete "$500,000" Insert "$1,000,000" Senator Ellis moved for the adoption of Amendment No. 2. Without objection, Amendment No. 2 was adopted. Amendment No. 3 was not offered. Senator Pearce offered Amendment No. 4 : Page 1, line 2, following "Facilities": Insert "and to contracts for the construction of highways" Page 2, following line 3: Insert a new bill section to read: "* Sec. 2. AS 19.10.170 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: (d) This section does not in any way prohibit or restrict the department from entering into contracts with federal agencies or municipalities relating to the construction of highways." 2001-05-01 Senate Journal Page 1404 Senator Pearce moved for the adoption of Amendment No. 4. Without objection, Amendment No. 4 was adopted. Senator Leman moved and asked unanimous consent that the bill be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading and placed on final passage. Senator Ellis objected. The question being: "Shall the bill be advanced to third reading?" The roll was taken with the following result: CSSB 83(FIN) am Advance from Second to Third Reading? YEAS: 14 NAYS: 6 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Austerman, Cowdery, Donley, Green, Halford, Kelly, Leman, Pearce, Phillips, Taylor, Therriault, Torgerson, Ward, Wilken Nays: Davis, Ellis, Elton, Hoffman, Lincoln, Olson and so, the bill failed to advance to third reading. CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 83(FIN) am "An Act relating to construction of highways by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and to contracts for the construction of highways" will be on the May 2 calendar.