|HB 1466 was referred for engrossment.
HB 1178 by Ross of the House and Horner of the Senate was read and considered.
Representative Ross moved to amend HB 1178 by striking the title, which amendment was declared adopted.
Representative Ross moved to amend HB 1178 by inserting a new Section 4 to read as follows, and renumbering subsequent section, which amendment was declared adopted:
"SECTION 4. AMENDATORY Section 2, Chapter 36 O. S. L. 2000, as amended by Section 23, Chapter 418, O.S.L. 2000 (53 O.S. Supp. 2000, Section 4.13) is hereby amended to read as follows:
A park located on a parcel of land presently owned by The University Center of Tulsa Trust Authority within the area of the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma, known as "Greenwood", all appurtenances and all personal property attached thereto, shall be transferred from The University Center of Tulsa Trust Authority to the Oklahoma Historical Society. The Oklahoma Historical Society shall have the same powers and duties with respect to the transferred land as were previously vested in The University Center of Tulsa Trust Authority. The Oklahoma Historical Society is hereby authorized to acquire real property for the site for the location of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation. The site selection shall involve the cooperation of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation Committee. The Society shall assume the performance of all existing and future obligations related to the development, design, operation and maintenance of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation created in Section 8201.1 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes.
B. The Society shall hold and use the land transferred to the Oklahoma Historical Society pursuant to the provisions of subsection A of this section for the development, design and construction of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation commemorating the lives of the victims and honoring the survivors of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot. The Society shall erect the memorial pursuant to procedures outlined in Section 8201.1 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes.
C. The Oklahoma Historical Society shall take all actions necessary to identify and exhume the remains of victims of "The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot."
Representative Graves moved to amend HB 1178, Page 5, Section 3, Lines 9-13 by striking the following language and relettering subsequent subsections, which amendment was declared adopted:
“D. In addition to funds received from the general public or other public and private sources, the not-for-profit corporation may receive funds from state agencies at such times and in such amounts as may be appropriated by the Legislature for The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation or made available to the corporation from public entities from their sources of revenue.”
Representative Ross moved that HB 1178 be advanced from General Order, which motion was declared adopted.
By unanimous consent, upon request of Representative Ross, HB 1178 was considered engrossed and placed on Third Reading and Final Passage.
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