SS SB 58, 2015 (Repealed Section - as Truly Agreed)
[21.850. 1. There is hereby established a
joint committee of the general assembly, which shall be
known as the "Joint Committee on Solid Waste Management
District Operations", which shall be composed of five members
of the senate, with no more than three members of one party,
and five members of the house of representatives, with no
more than three members of one party. The senate members
of the committee shall be appointed by the president pro
tempore of the senate and the house members by the speaker
of the house of representatives. The committee shall select
either a chairperson or co-chairpersons, one of whom shall be
a member of the senate and one a member of the house of
representatives. A majority of the members shall constitute
a quorum. Meetings of the committee may be called at such
time and place as the chairperson or chairpersons designate.
2. The committee shall examine solid waste management district operations, including but not limited to the efficiency, efficacy, and reasonableness of costs and expenses of such districts to Missouri taxpayers.
3. The joint committee may hold hearings as it deems advisable and may obtain any input or information necessary to fulfill its obligations. The committee may make reasonable requests for staff assistance from the research and appropriations staffs of the house and senate and the committee on legislative research, as well as the department of natural resources and representatives of solid waste management districts.
4. The joint committee shall prepare a final report, together with its recommendations for any legislative action deemed necessary, for submission to the general assembly by December 31, 2013, at which time the joint committee shall be dissolved.
5. Members of the committee shall receive no compensation but may be reimbursed for reasonable and necessary expenses associated with the performance of their official duties.]