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Senate Bill No. 471
(By Senators Bowman, Bailey, Burnette,
Jackson, Kessler, Minard, Redd, Rowe
[Originating in the Committee on Government Organization;
reported January 31, 2002.]
A BILL to amend and reenact section one, article eight, chapter
four of the code of West Virginia, one thousand nine hundred
thirty-one, as amended; and to further amend said article by
adding thereto a new section, designated section six, all
relating to continuing the capitol building commission.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That section one, article eight, chapter four of the code of
West Virginia, one thousand nine hundred thirty-one, as amended, be
amended and reenacted; and that said article be further amended by
adding thereto a new section, designated section six, all to read
ARTICLE 8. CAPITOL BUILDING COMMISSION.
§4-8-1. Creation; composition; qualifications.
a capitol building commission, hereinafter
referred to as the commission, which
shall be is
composed of five
shall be are
appointed by the governor, with the advice
and consent of the Senate, plus the secretary of the department of
administration who shall be a nonvoting member. No more than three
be of the same political party. One member shall
be an architect selected from three persons recommended by the
board of architects, one member shall be a registered professional
engineer selected from three persons recommended by the board of
engineers, one member shall be the commissioner of the division of
culture and history who is chairman of the commission and two
members shall be selected from the public at large.
Pursuant to the provisions of section four, article ten of
this chapter, and following a preliminary performance audit review
conducted through the joint committee on government operations, the
capitol building commission shall continue to exist until the first
day of July, two thousand two
§4-8-6. Continuation of commission.
Pursuant to the provisions of article ten, chapter four of
this code, the capitol building commission shall continue to exist
until the first day of July, two thousand four, unless sooner
terminated, continued or reestablished by act of the Legislature.
NOTE: The purpose of this bill is to continue the capitol
building commission until July 1, 2004, pursuant to the provisions of the West Virginia sunset law. This bill is recommended by the
joint committee on government operations for passage during the
2002 regular session of the Legislature.
Strike-throughs indicate language that would be stricken from
the present law, and under-scoring indicates new language that
would be added. Section six is new; therefore, strike-throughs and
underscoring have been omitted.)