Senate first readers, 2022 March 28

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Georgia Government Publications
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Senate first readers, 2022 March 28
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Georgia. General Assembly. Senate
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Georgia. General Assembly. Senate
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Atlanta, Ga. : Georgia. General Assembly. Senate
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2022-03-28
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Senate first readers
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SENATE FIRST READERS MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2022 THIRTY-SIXTH LEGISLATIVE DAY

SB 640. By Senators Cowsert of the 46th and Ginn of the 47th:

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend an Act to grant to residents of Clarke County and the Clarke County School District, upon their homesteads, an exemption of $10,000.00 from certain ad valorem taxes levied by the Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, and levied by, for, or on behalf of the Clarke County School District, approved April 13, 1992 (Ga. L. 1992, p. 6241), as amended, so as to increase the existing general and senior homestead exemptions from certain ad valorem taxes levied by the Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County for unified government purposes; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

Referred to State and Local Governmental Operations Committee.

SB 641. By Senator Brass of the 28th:

A BILL to be entitled an Act to create the Chattahoochee Hills Convention and Visitors Bureau Authority; to provide for a short title; to provide for the appointment, terms, and removal of authority members; to provide for officers of the authority; to provide for an executive director and employees; to provide for meetings, quorums, and majorities; to provide for the powers and duties of the authority; to provide for tax statutes of the authority; to limit liabilities; to provide for budget oversight; to authorize the use of hotel-motel tax proceeds provided by the City of Chattahoochee Hills; to provide that the authority shall not bind the city; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

Referred to State and Local Governmental Operations Committee.

SR 784.

By Senators Anavitarte of the 31st, Robertson of the 29th, Watson of the 1st, Burns of the 23rd, Albers of the 56th and others:

A RESOLUTION honoring the life and memory of Sergeant Kerry Lee Eason; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

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SR 785.

By Senators Thompson of the 14th, Harbin of the 16th, Payne of the 54th, Miller of the 49th, Dugan of the 30th and others:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and commending Emma Weyant for her monumental athletic achievements; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 786.

By Senators Harbin of the 16th, Thompson of the 14th, Jones of the 25th, Dixon of the 45th, Summers of the 13th and others:

A RESOLUTION honoring the life and memory of Harlie C. Deyton; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 787.

By Senators Thompson of the 14th, Harbin of the 16th, Payne of the 54th, Miller of the 49th, Dugan of the 30th and others:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and commending Wayne Morris; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 788.

By Senators Thompson of the 14th, Harbin of the 16th, Payne of the 54th, Miller of the 49th, Dugan of the 30th and others:

A RESOLUTION honoring Thomas Chase Jones for his decades of contributions of artistic ingenuity to the entertainment industry as well as supporting and enriching the minds of young composers; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 789.

By Senators Cowsert of the 46th, Ginn of the 47th, Tippins of the 37th, Brass of the 28th and Kennedy of the 18th:

A RESOLUTION commending Georgia's linemen and recognizing April 11, 2022, as Georgia Lineman Appreciation Day at the state capitol; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 790.

By Senators Hickman of the 4th, Miller of the 49th, Dugan of the 30th, Gooch of the 51st and Albers of the 56th:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and commending Julian I. Deal, CPA; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted. - 2 -

SR 791.

By Senators Hickman of the 4th, Miller of the 49th, Dugan of the 30th, Gooch of the 51st and Albers of the 56th:

A RESOLUTION congratulating and commending Douglas H. Lambert as the 2022 Rotary Citizen of the Year for Statesboro and Bulloch County; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 793.

By Senators Anavitarte of the 31st, Dugan of the 30th, Brass of the 28th and Thompson of the 14th:

A RESOLUTION commending Mayson McKinzie; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 794.

By Senators Anavitarte of the 31st, Dugan of the 30th, Brass of the 28th and Thompson of the 14th:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and commending Shepherds Rest; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 795.

By Senators Cowsert of the 46th, Ginn of the 47th, Dugan of the 30th, Mullis of the 53rd and Miller of the 49th:

A RESOLUTION congratulating and commending the Young Men's Christian Association of Athens, Georgia, for 165 years of service; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 796. By Senators Harrell of the 40th and Au of the 48th:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and celebrating the tenth anniversary of the City of Peachtree Corners in Gwinnett County, Georgia; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 797.

By Senators Orrock of the 36th, Tate of the 38th, Butler of the 55th, Parent of the 42nd, James of the 35th and others:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and commending Judy Davis Walker; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

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SR 798.

By Senators Anderson of the 43rd, Jones of the 10th, Davenport of the 44th, Jackson of the 41st, Parent of the 42nd and others:

A RESOLUTION recognizing the week of March 14-18, 2022, as School Board Appreciation Week in Georgia and commending the school board for DeKalb County Public Schools; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

SR 799.

By Senators Anderson of the 43rd, Albers of the 56th, Miller of the 49th, Butler of the 55th, Anavitarte of the 31st and others:

A RESOLUTION commending the Nation of Israel for its meaningful and mutually beneficial relationship with the United States and with the State of Georgia; and for other purposes.

Referred to Rules Committee.

SR 800.

By Senators Jackson of the 41st, Davenport of the 44th, Au of the 48th, Halpern of the 39th, Anderson of the 43rd and others:

A RESOLUTION recognizing and calling for unfettered humanitarian access to the millions of people in the Tigray region of Ethiopia facing weaponized starvation, calling for support for vulnerable populations, including refugees, internally displaced persons, victims of gender-based sexual violence, and individuals forcibly displaced by the genocidal war in Ethiopia; and for other purposes.

Referred to Rules Committee.

SR 801. By Senators Rhett of the 33rd, Tate of the 38th, James of the 35th and Seay of the 34th:

A RESOLUTION commending and congratulating Tonya Clark-Perry; and for other purposes.

Read and Adopted.

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