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Legislation for hazardous weather leave, by Bryan W. Cooper

Label
Legislation for hazardous weather leave
Title
Legislation for hazardous weather leave
Statement of responsibility
by Bryan W. Cooper
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
OKTC
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Cooper, Bryan W
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
LC call number
HE206.2 .C77 2000
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Legislation
Label
Legislation for hazardous weather leave, by Bryan W. Cooper
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "May 22, 2000."
  • "Description of what was or will be the result of this project: I met with State Representative Larry Roberts of Miami (D) on February 23, 2000. He was informed of my participation in the Certified Public Managers Program and the requirement to complete certain projects relating to the courses that we have been required to attend. I told him that I had attended the course "Legislative Process" and that I could see a need to rectify a problem that had occurred as a result of the January 26, 2000 snowstorm, the problem being what to do about state employee leave time when state offices have been ordered closed. Representative Roberts kindly offered his assistance and the expertise of his knowledgeable staff and legal adviser. I informed Representative Roberts that I would put my ideas into writing and submit them to him on a later date. My next task was to write up a proposal concerning the creation of "Hazardous Weather Leave." The proposal was written on February 24, 2000 and submitted to Representative Roberts' office on February 28, 2000. He was also provided information concerning the CPM Program and the first draft of my project paper, in order to give him more insight into what the Office of Personnel Management is trying to accomplish with the CPM program, and to give him an idea of what my role as a candidate is in the program.Representative Roberts and his very capable staff reviewed the proposal that I had written and advised me of the changes that needed to be made and demonstrated to me the proper procedures for drafting a bill. The draft that was assembled by Representative Roberts and his staff, has been included in this project paper. (See Appendix "C").The final outcome of this project has yet to be realized and in fact may never see fruition. The Legislature at this time is not introducing any more legislation in this session, as their agenda is already full. Although, we could see this bill introduced at some point in the future. I believe this is good legislation that addresses a problem that has occurred. This could be a remedy to account for lost time at work resulting from hazardous weather conditions that create treacherous and dangerous road conditions.One aspect of the project that I intended for it to accomplish was that I would become better educated in the legislative process and see some of the actual work that goes on behind the scenes. It was a wonderful learning experience which I foresee as being very beneficial as my responsibilities within our state government increase. For this experience, I am truly very grateful to State Representative Larry Roberts and his gracious staff."
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
18 p. :
System control number
(OCoLC)1180987
Label
Legislation for hazardous weather leave, by Bryan W. Cooper
Publication
Note
  • "May 22, 2000."
  • "Description of what was or will be the result of this project: I met with State Representative Larry Roberts of Miami (D) on February 23, 2000. He was informed of my participation in the Certified Public Managers Program and the requirement to complete certain projects relating to the courses that we have been required to attend. I told him that I had attended the course "Legislative Process" and that I could see a need to rectify a problem that had occurred as a result of the January 26, 2000 snowstorm, the problem being what to do about state employee leave time when state offices have been ordered closed. Representative Roberts kindly offered his assistance and the expertise of his knowledgeable staff and legal adviser. I informed Representative Roberts that I would put my ideas into writing and submit them to him on a later date. My next task was to write up a proposal concerning the creation of "Hazardous Weather Leave." The proposal was written on February 24, 2000 and submitted to Representative Roberts' office on February 28, 2000. He was also provided information concerning the CPM Program and the first draft of my project paper, in order to give him more insight into what the Office of Personnel Management is trying to accomplish with the CPM program, and to give him an idea of what my role as a candidate is in the program.Representative Roberts and his very capable staff reviewed the proposal that I had written and advised me of the changes that needed to be made and demonstrated to me the proper procedures for drafting a bill. The draft that was assembled by Representative Roberts and his staff, has been included in this project paper. (See Appendix "C").The final outcome of this project has yet to be realized and in fact may never see fruition. The Legislature at this time is not introducing any more legislation in this session, as their agenda is already full. Although, we could see this bill introduced at some point in the future. I believe this is good legislation that addresses a problem that has occurred. This could be a remedy to account for lost time at work resulting from hazardous weather conditions that create treacherous and dangerous road conditions.One aspect of the project that I intended for it to accomplish was that I would become better educated in the legislative process and see some of the actual work that goes on behind the scenes. It was a wonderful learning experience which I foresee as being very beneficial as my responsibilities within our state government increase. For this experience, I am truly very grateful to State Representative Larry Roberts and his gracious staff."
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
18 p. :
System control number
(OCoLC)1180987

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