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MINUTES OF THE CAPITAL PROJECTS AND BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

October 20, 1998

The Capital Projects and Bond Oversight Committee met on Tuesday, October 20, 1998, at 10:00 a.m., in Room 207 of the Commonwealth Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Representative Robert Damron, Chair, called the meeting to order, and the secretary called the roll.

Present were:

Members: Representative Robert Damron, Chairman; Senator Robert Leeper, Vice Chairman; Representatives Drew Graham, Paul Marcotte, and Jim Wayne.

Guests: Representatives Larry Clark, Perry Clark, and Dennis Horlander; Harold Workman and Ron Duvall, Kentucky State Fair Board; Earl Clemmons, Jr., Bill Hintze, and Allan Holt, Governor's Office for Policy and Management; Commissioner Armond Russ and Terry Parker, Department for Facilities Management; James DeLong, Burt Deutsch, Kennedy Helm III, and Elaine Musselman, Louisville/Jefferson County Regional Airport Authority; Don Conrad, Edgewood-East Neighborhood Association; Dorn Crawford, Emily Evans, and Mary Rose Evans, Airport Neighbors’ Alliance; Marilyn Eaton-Thomas, Kentucky Infrastructure Authority; David Bratcher, Economic Development Cabinet; Bob Gumbell and Tim Mulloy, The Commonwealth Group; Paul Roya and Marcia Morgan, Office for Program Support/Cabinet for Health Services; Tom Engstrom, Department of Education; and Doug Teague, LRC.

LRC Staff: Mary Lynn Collins, Pat Ingram, Jack Affeldt, and Shawn Bowen.

Press: Rob Foshee, WLKY-TV.

Representative Graham made a motion to approve the minutes of the September 15, 1998 meeting as submitted. The motion was seconded and passed by voice vote.

Chairman Damron recognized special guests Representative Larry Clark, House Speaker Pro-Tem, Representative Dennis Horlander, and Representative Perry Clark.

Chairman Damron said, because of limited time, the Committee would deviate from its routine review and discuss under New Business only those agenda items requested by members; and the remaining agenda items requiring action would be voted on as a group.

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