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Bill Detail: HB20-1067

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Title Managment Of Property Held By Certain Junior College Districts
Status Governor Signed (03/20/2020)
Bill Subjects
  • Capital Construction
  • Higher Education
House Sponsors D. Roberts (D)
P. Will (R)
Senate Sponsors R. Fields (D)
T. Story (D)
House Committee Rural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate Committee Agriculture and Natural Resources
Date Introduced 01/08/2020

Capital Development Committee. Current law includes
ambiguities regarding the existence and powers of the Moffat County
Affiliated Junior College District (MCAJCD) and the Rangely Junior
College District (RJCD). The statutes do not allow the ownership or
transfer of certain real estate held by the MCAJCD and the RJCD. Prior
statutes that granted the MCAJCD and the RJCD broad authority,

including the authority to own and convey real estate, were inadvertently
repealed in 2009.
The bill allows the MCAJCD to hold and sell its current real estate
holdings, provided:
  • The sale is for fair market value as determined by an
independent appraiser; and
  • The proceeds are used for the benefit of the Colorado
Northwestern Community College (CNCC).
The bill authorizes the transfer of the Rangely and Craig campuses
of CNCC to the state board for community colleges and occupational
education consistent with the original plan and statutory authority of the
RJCD and the MCAJCD prior to the inadvertent repeal of statutes.

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