General Assembly: 83 (2009 Regular GA) - Chapter 113 - Vehicles hauling distillers grains — excess weight allowance

Published: 2009-05-18

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CH. 113CH. 113



H.F. 481

AN ACT providing an excess weight allowance for special trucks hauling distillers grains.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 321.466, subsection 5, Code 2009, is amended to read as follows: 5. It shall be unlawful for any person to A person shall not operate a motor truck, trailer,

truck tractor, road tractor, semitrailer, or combination thereof, or any such vehicle equipped with a transferable auxiliary axle or axles, on the public highwayswith a gross weight exceed- ing that the grossweight forwhich it is registered bymore than five percent of the grossweight for which it is registered,; provided, however, that any vehicle or vehicle combination referred to herein in this subsection, while carrying a load of raw farm products, soil fertilizers, includ- ing ground limestone, raw dairy products, or livestock, live poultry, or eggs, or a special truck, while carrying a load of distillers grains, may be operated with a gross weight of twenty-five percent in excess of the gross weight for which it is registered.

Approved May 18, 2009


CH. 114CH. 114


H.F. 552

AN ACT concerning the appointment of airport commissioners.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 330.20, Code 2009, is amended to read as follows: 330.20 APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSION — TERMS. When a majority of the voters favors airport control andmanagement by a commission, the

governing body shall, within ten days, appoint an airport commission of three or five resident voters members, each of whom shall be a resident of the city or county establishing the com- mission or a resident of a city or county in this state served by the airport. At least two of the members of a three-member commission and at least three of the members of a five-member commission shall be residents of the city or county establishing the commission. The govern- ing body shall by ordinance set the commencement dates of office and the length of the terms of office which shall be no more than six and no less than three years. The terms of the first appointees of a newly created commission shall be staggered by length of term and all subse- quent appointments shall be for full terms. The governing body shall also provide for stag- gered terms of office for the appointees of commissions existing on July 1, 1991. Vacancies shall be filled as original appointments are made. Members of the airport commission shall serve without compensation. Each commissioner shall execute and furnish a bond in an amount fixed by the governing body and filed with the city clerk of the city, or county auditor of the county, establishing the commission. The commission shall elect from its ownmembers a chairperson and a secretary who shall serve for a term as the commission shall determine.

Approved May 18, 2009