§EO3-66. (No. 01-15) [Revocation of Certain Executive Orders

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03APPENDIX

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Executive Orders






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EXECUTIVE











 

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EO3-66. (No. 01-15) [Revocation of Certain Executive Orders

WHEREAS,

Governors have created various executive orders over the years, some of which

have become obsolete by the passage of time or by other provisions of law; and

WHEREAS,  Governors have periodically sought to update

existing executive orders, including by revoking and rescinding orders that no

longer serve the purpose for which they were enacted;

NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED that I, Peter Shumlin, by virtue of the authority vested in me

as Governor of the State of Vermont, do hereby revoke and rescind the Executive

Orders listed below:

 I. Orders Revoked

Chapter 3:

Executive

Executive Order

No. 01-94 (codified as No. 3-26) dated January 12, 1994 (Abolition of

Department of Taxes and Creation of Department of Revenue);

Chapter 10:

Conservation and Development

Executive Order

No. 24-86 (codified as No. 10-8) dated June 11, 1986 (Program for Recycling of

Waste Products and Revision of State Solid Waste Management Plan);

Chapter 15:

Domestic Relations

Executive Order

No. 16-11 (codified as No. 15-10) dated November 17, 2011 (Governor's

Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force);

Chapter 18:

Health

Executive Order

No. 12-11 (codified as No. 18-21) dated September 20, 2011 (Designation of

Vermont State Hospital at Springfield, Vermont);

Chapter 20:

Internal Security and Public Safety

Executive Order

No. 12-85 (codified as No. 20-2) dated July 15, 1985 (Activation of Vermont

National Guard for Assistance of Civilian Authorities in City of Barre);

Executive Order

No. 51-87 (codified as No. 20-3) [undated] (Order Into Service of Vermont

National Guardsmen for Assistance to Civilians and Authorities of State and

Bennington County);

Executive Order

No. 77-89 (codified as No. 20-5) dated August 8, 1989 (Declaration of State of

Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for Washington

County);

Executive Order

No. 6-91 (codified as No. 20-7) dated May 1, 1991 (Utilization of National

Guard to Carry Out Vermont's Drug Enforcement Support Plan);

Executive Order

No. 3-95 (codified as No. 20-8) dated July 29, 1995 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist Vermont State Police and the City of Burlington);

Executive Order

No. 4-95 (codified as No. 20-9) dated August 8, 1995 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Caledonia, Chittenden, Essex, Lamoille, Orleans and Washington

Counties);

Executive Order

No. 5-95 (codified as No. 20-10) dated August 8, 1995 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist State and Local Officials in Stabilizing Conditions Resulting

From Flooding);

Executive Order

No. 8-96 (codified as No. 20-11) dated January 24, 1996 (Declaration of State

of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for State

of Vermont);

Executive Order

No. 11-96 (codified as No. 20-12) dated June 14, 1996 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Windham and Windsor Counties);

Executive Order

No. 12-96 (codified as 20-13) dated June 14, 1996 (Activation of National Guard

to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations in Windham County);

Executive Order

No. 1-97 (codified as No. 20-14) dated July 15, 1997 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Franklin, Lamoille, and Orleans Counties);

Executive Order

No. 2-97 (codified as No. 20-15) dated July 15, 1997 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Franklin,

Lamoille, and Orleans Counties);

Executive Order

No. 1-98 (codified as 20-16) dated January 8, 1998 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Grand Isle County);

Executive Order

No. 2-98 (codified as No. 20-17) dated January 8, 1998 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Grand Isle

County);

Executive Order

No. 3-98 (codified as No. 20-18) dated January 9. 1998 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Chittenden, Franklin, and Addison Counties);

Executive Order

No. 4-98 (codified as No. 20-19) dated January 9, 1998 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Chittenden,

Franklin, and Addison Counties);

Executive Order

No. 6-98 (codified as No. 20-20) dated June 28, 1998 (Declaration of State of

Emergency for Addison, Orange, Washington, and Windsor Counties);

Executive Order

No. 7-98 (codified as No. 20-21) dated June 28, 1998 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Addison, Orange,

Washington, and Windsor Counties);

Executive Order

No. 8-99 (codified as No. 20-22) dated July 8, 1999 (Declaration of State of

Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for Town of

Springfield);

Executive Order

No. 9-99 (codified as No. 20-23) dated July 8, 1999 (Activation of National

Guard to Assist in Recovery Operations and Security in Town of Springfield);

Executive Order

No. 5-00 (codified as No. 20-25) dated July 17, 2000 (Declaration of State of

Emergency and Activation of Emergency-Disaster Preparedness Plan for Addison,

Bennington, Windham and Windsor Counties);

Executive Order

No. 5-02 (codified as No. 20-28) dated June 12, 2002 (Declaration of State of Emergency

for the County of Caledonia);

Executive Order

No. 5-05 (codified as No. 20-32) dated September 2, 2005 (Activation of

National Guard to Assist in Hurricane Recovery Operations and Security in the

State of Louisiana);

Executive Order

No. 4-07 (codified as No. 20-34) dated April 17, 2007 (Declaration of State of

Emergency and Activation of Emergency Operations Plan for State of Vermont),

and addendum dated April 24, 2007;

Executive Order

No. 5-08 (codified as No. 20-37) dated December 15, 2008 (Declaration of State

of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Operations Plan for Bennington,

Orange, Windham, and Windsor Counties), and addendum dated December 22, 2008;

Chapter 30:

Public Service

Executive Order

No. 56-81 (codified as No. 30-2) dated January 13, 1981 (Transfer of Energy

Office From Agency of Administration to Department of Public Service);

Executive Order

No. 9-94 (codified as No. 30-3) dated May 20, 1994 (Declaration of Energy

Emergency with Respect to Damaged PV20 Transmission Line);

Executive Order

No. 9-95 (codified as No. 30-4) dated December 28, 1995 (Extension of

Declaration of Energy Emergency with Respect to Damaged PV20 Transmission

Line);

Executive Order

No. 10-12 (codified as No. 30-10) dated October 2, 2012 (Governor's Energy Generation

Siting Policy Commission);

Chapter 32:

Taxation and Finance

Executive Order

No. 32-86 (codified as No. 32-1) dated November 6, 1986 (Allocation of 1986

State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

Executive Order

No. 38-87 (codified as No. 32-2) dated January 30, 1987 (Interim Allocations of

1987 State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

Executive Order

No. 55-87 (codified as No. 32-5) dated December 29, 1987 (Allocation of 1987

State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

Executive Order

No. 14-11 (codified as No. 32-9) dated November 2, 2011 (Private Activity Bond

Advisory Committee), superseded by 32 V.S.A. § 994.

 II. Effective Date

This Executive

Order shall take effect upon signing.

Dated February

13, 2015
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