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Minutes for HB2569 - Committee on Financial Institutions and Rural Development

Short Title

Establishing a new income tax credit for renovation of 50-year-old and older structures and amending the existing income tax credit for historic structures.

Minutes Content for Mon, Feb 14, 2022

Chair Kelly opened the hearing on HB 2569, recognized David Wiese, Assistant Revisor of Statutes, who briefed the committee on the HB 2569. (Attachment1)

Proponents - Chair Kelly recognized the following individuals who testified in support of HB 2569:  Representative Pat Proctor, District 41, Leavenworth-Fort Leavenworth, (Attachment2); Scott Brown, President, Friends of Historic Preservation, Fairway, (remote/virtual), (Attachment3); Christy Davis, Davis Preservation, Friends of Historic Preservation, (Attachment4); Wendi Stark, Research Associate, League of Kansas Municipalities, (Attachment5);  Nichole Tiffany, Territory Ballroom/Tiffany Cattle Company, Inc., Herington, (Attachment6); Trisha Purdon, Director, Office of Rural Prosperity, Department of Commerce, (Attachment7); Alex Orel, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, Kansas Bankers Association, (Attachment8); and Kenneth C. Bateman, Leavenworth, (Attachment9).  A question and answer period followed each conferee's presentation.

Proponents "written only" - testimony was provided by: Tyler Holloman, Frontier Property Management, Manhattan, (Attachment10); Griff Martin, City Commissioner, Leavenworth, (Attachment11); Tony Krsnich, Flint Hills Holdings Group, (Attachment12) ; Tabatha Snodgrass, Executive Director, Independence Main Street, (Attachment13); Jason Gregory, Executive Vice President, Downtown Wichita, (Attachment14); Rachel Mondt, Centerpointe Architecture, LLC, Newton/Wichita, (Attachment15); Edward T. Hingula, Leavenworth, (Attachment16); and Casey Woods, Executive Director, Emporia Main Street, (Attachment20).

Neutral - None

Opponents - None

Chair Kelly closed the hearing on HB 2569.