RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
Three hundred thirty-sixth meeting Room 414
Tuesday State Capitol
September 17, 2013 Pierre, South Dakota
The three hundred thirty-sixth meeting of the Rules Review Committee was called to order by Chair Representative Timothy Johns at 9:02 a.m. CT, on September 17, 2013, in Room 414 at the State Capitol, Pierre, South Dakota and via the Digital Dakota Network (DDN) at the following locations: Department of Human Services, 2361 Dakota Ave. S., Huron, South Dakota; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, 501 E. St. Joseph St., Room CB 109, Rapid City, South Dakota; University Center, 4801 N. Career Ave., Room FADM 145, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and the Department of Transportation, 1306 W. 31st St., Yankton, South Dakota.
A quorum was determined with the following members answering the roll call: Senator Jean Hunhoff; Representatives Peggy Gibson, Anne Hajek and Timothy Johns (Chair). Senators Angie Buhl O'Donnell and Mike Vehle (Vice Chair) were excused. Staff members present were Doug Decker, Code Counsel, and Kris Schneider, Senior Legislative Secretary.
All material distributed at the meeting is attached to the original minutes on file in the Legislative Research Council (LRC). For the purpose of continuity, these minutes are not necessarily in chronological order. This meeting was recorded by South Dakota Public Broadcasting. The archived recording is available at the LRC website at http://legis.state.sd.us under "Interim Information – Minutes and Agendas."
Approval of Minutes
Representative Gibson moved, seconded by Representative Hajek, that the minutes of the August 20, 2013, meeting be approved. Motion prevailed on a roll call vote with 4 ayes, 2 excused. Members voting aye: Gibson, Hajek, Hunhoff, and Johns. Members excused: Buhl O'Donnell and Vehle.
Department of Transportation – Amend Speed Zone rules in Pennington, Butte, Custer, Harding, and Meade Counties.
Mr. Bill Nevin reviewed the proposed rules.
Representative Gibson moved, seconded by Representative Hajek, that the review of the rules proposed by the Department of Transportation is complete. Motion prevailed on a roll