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  620.2200.  Citation of law — commission established, members, meetings — fund created, use of moneys — report — termination date. — 1.  This section shall be known and may be cited as the "Missouri Route 66 Centennial Commission Act".

  2.  The commission shall be composed of eighteen members who reflect the interests, history, and importance of the communities along Route 66 in Missouri.  The members shall be appointed as follows:

  (1)  Two public members appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives;

  (2)  Two public members appointed by the minority leader of the house of representatives;

  (3)  Two public members appointed by the president pro tempore of the senate;

  (4)  Two public members appointed by the minority leader of the senate;

  (5)  Three public members appointed by the governor, one of whom shall serve as chairperson; and

  (6)  Seven ex officio members as follows:

  (a)  The governor, or his or her designee;

  (b)  The director of the department of transportation, or his or her designee;

  (c)  The director of the department of natural resources, or his or her designee;

  (d)  The director of the division of tourism, or his or her designee;

  (e)  The director of the department of economic development, or his or her designee;

  (f)  The secretary of state, or his or her designee; and

  (g)  The president of the Route 66 Association of Missouri, or his or her designee.

  3.  An ex officio member of the commission vacates his or her position on the commission if he or she ceases to hold the position that qualifies the person for service on the commission.

  4.  (1)  A public member of the commission is not entitled to compensation but is entitled to reimbursement for the travel expenses incurred by the member while transacting commission business.

  (2)  An ex officio member's service on the commission is an additional duty of the underlying position that qualifies the member for service on the commission.  The entitlement of an ex officio member to compensation or reimbursement for travel expenses incurred while transacting commission business is governed by the law that applies to the member's service in that underlying position, and any payment to the member for either purpose shall be made from an appropriation that may be used for the purpose and is available to the state agency that the member serves in that underlying position.

  5.  (1)  The commission shall meet at least quarterly at the times and places in this state that the commission designates.

  (2)  A majority of the members of the commission constitutes a quorum for transacting commission business.

  6.  The duties of the commission shall be to:

  (1)  Plan and sponsor official Route 66 centennial events, programs, and activities in the state;

  (2)  Encourage the development of programs designed to involve all citizens in activities that commemorate Route 66 centennial events in the state; and

  (3)  To the best of the commission's ability, make available to the public information on Route 66 centennial events happening throughout the state.

  7.  Subject to appropriation, the office of tourism shall provide administrative and other support to the commission.

  8.  (1)  The commission may accept monetary gifts and grants from any public or private source, to be held in the Missouri Route 66 centennial commission fund.  The "Missouri Route 66 Centennial Commission Fund" is created as a nonappropriated trust fund to be held outside of the state treasury, with the state treasurer as custodian.  The fund shall be expended solely for the use of the commission in performing the commission's powers and duties under this section.

  (2)  The commission may also accept in-kind gifts.

  9.  Before June 30, 2027, a final report on the commission's activities shall be delivered to the governor.  The commission shall be dissolved on June 30, 2027, and any moneys remaining in the Missouri Route 66 centennial commission fund shall be deposited in the general revenue fund.

  10.  The provisions of this section terminate on December 1, 2027.


(L. 2018 S.B. 843)

Terminates 12-01-27

---- end of effective  28 Aug 2018 ----

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