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ELEVENTH MEETING - Telecommunications Regulation and Infrastructure Division

2009-2010 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA ELEVENTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-SIXTH SESSION

TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE DIVISION
OF THE
COMMERCE AND LABOR COMMITTEE

MINUTES



Representative Sheldon Johnson, Chair of the Telecommunications Regulation and Infrastructure Division, called the eleventh meeting to order at 8:36 A.M. on February 26, 2010, in Room 10 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:


Johnson, Sheldon, Chair
Masin, Sandra, Vice-Chair
Beard, Michael
Brown, Robin
Doepke, Connie
Gardner, Paul
Hoppe, Joe
Juhnke, Al
Kiffmeyer, Mary
Lillie, Leon
Sailer, Brita

Members excused:

Representative Johnson called the meeting to order at 8:36 A.M. A quorum was present.

Representative Juhnke moved adoption of the February 19, 2010 minutes.
THE MOTION PREVAILED.


Representative Johnson moved approval of HF2629 be recommended to pass and sent to the Commerce and Labor committee.


HF2629 (Dill) A municipality's right to own and operate a telephone exchange election rules changed.


Representative Johnson moved approval of amendment H2629DE1.
The amendment was adopted.


Testimony was given by:
Andrew Schriner, Quest, Director of Public Affairs

Representative Johnson renewed his motion that HF2629 be recommended to pass as amended and re-referred to the Commerce and Labor committee.
The motion prevailed.


The meeting adjourned at 8:56 A.M.



REP. SHELDON JOHNSON, CHAIR




Mary Elizabeth Faust
Committee Legislative Assistant
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Agenda:

Bills Added:
  • HF2629 (Dill) - Voting requirements modified to authorize local government construction of certain telephone exchanges.
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05:41 - Gavel. 05:58 - HF2629 (Dill) Municipality's right to own and operate a telephone exchange election rules changed. Runs 24 minutes.