February 2, 2017, Introduced by Reps. Guerra, Howell, Allor, Alexander, Kahle, Bellino, Griffin, Yaroch, VanderWall, Moss, Hoitenga, Hauck, Schor, Faris, Elder, Camilleri, Chatfield, Lucido, Lasinski, Banks, Hammoud, Yanez, Sabo, Greig, Green, Bizon, Brinks, Marino, Jones, Geiss, Barrett, Wittenberg, Liberati, Cox, Tedder, LaGrand, Byrd, Cochran, Zemke, Hertel, Chang, Rabhi, Singh, Howrylak, Hoadley, Hornberger, Glenn, Wentworth, Ellison, Lower, Sneller, Iden, Sowerby, Miller, Sheppard, Theis, Gay-Dagnogo, Hughes, Inman, Rendon, Farrington, Greimel, Frederick and LaFave and referred to the Committee on Michigan Competitveness.


     A bill to amend 1986 PA 268, entitled


"Legislative council act,"


by amending section 104a (MCL 4.1104a), as amended by 2013 PA 241.




     Sec. 104a. (1) The council shall appoint a council


administrator who shall be the chief executive officer of all


legislative council agencies. The council administrator is an at-


will employee and shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The


council administrator has all the following duties and




     (a) To provide general supervisory oversight over all


legislative council agencies.


     (b) To provide personnel policy oversight and development for


all legislative council agencies.


     (c) To develop, prepare, and present legislative council

agency budgets.


     (d) To review quarterly financial statements of legislative


council agencies and monitor budgetary compliance.


     (e) To act as secretary to the council, including but not


limited to the following:


     (i) Scheduling of meetings for the council and subcommittees.


     (ii) Keeping and recording of minutes and records of meetings.


     (f) To perform other duties and responsibilities as determined


and assigned by the council.


     (g) To receive and decide appeals of public record requests,


as provided in the legislative open records act, 1976 PA 442, MCL


15.251 to 15.259f.


     (2) In addition to the responsibilities provided in subsection


(1), at the direction of the Michigan state capitol commission, the


council administrator shall do both of the following:


     (a) Administer compensation, benefits, and other personnel


support for the employees of the Michigan state capitol commission.


     (b) Administer computer, telephone, and technical support for


employees of the Michigan state capitol commission.


     Enacting section 1. This amendatory act takes effect January


1, 2019.


     Enacting section 2. This amendatory act does not take effect


unless Senate Bill No. ____ or House Bill No. 4150 (request no.


00089'17 *) of the 99th Legislature is enacted into law.