GENERAL ASSEMBLY SPECIAL SESSION WILL BE MAY 14
Today, Governor Eric Holcomb called for a special session of the General Assembly to begin on Monday, May 14. At a press conference this morning, Speaker of the House Brian Bosma and President Pro Tem of the Senate David Long presented the logistics of the special session. As Senator Long stated, “Our goal is to finish our business from the regular session”. The particulars for the special session are as follows:
•On May 7, the Legislative Council will meet to discuss suspending the rules for the special session regarding the procedures to pass a bill. This will allow any bills in the special session to be passed on one day. Speaker Bosma and Senator Long were adamant that they believe their work can be done in one day. There will be no committee hearings and no public testimony on the special session bills. This procedure was used for the 1987 and 1989 special sessions. The Legislative Council is chaired by Speaker Bosma and the composition of the council is 10 Republicans and 6 Democrats.
•The bills that will be heard in the special session will be those conference committee reports that were signed but were not voted on because time ran out on the regular session. One additional bill will be added to the list that contains technical corrections to bills passed in the 2018 session recommended by the Legislative Services Agency. The bills from the regular session that will be heard on May 14 are: HB 1230, school safety; HB 1315, school financial management; HB 1316, sales tax and tax credits; and, SB 242, tax issues. The contents of HB 1230, HB 1315 and SB 242 will be identical to the signed conference committee reports from March 14. HB 1316 will have a couple of additional tax issues that do not impact public schools. These bills will be on the General Assembly website on April 30 including the fiscal notes. IASBO will provide details on the bills in the next few days.
As more information is distributed regarding the special session, IASBO will keep the membership informed.
Position: Fiscal Compliance – Deputy Treasurer
Corporation: Tri-Creek School Corporation
Reports to: Business Manager
Classification: This position is classified as a full-time support staff position. Pay is contracted support staff and will commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities: Serve as the Deputy Treasurer working in various Business Offices processes including but not limited to Accounts Payable, Payroll, grant management, oversee ECA Bookkeeping compliance, prepare financial reports for review and approval by the Business Manager including the following: Form 9 semi-annual financial report; Annual Financial Report; Treasurer’s Monthly Board Reports; Federal and State grant financial reports; other financial reports as required or directed. Ensure compliance with State Board of Accounts procedures. Help to prepare contracts for contracted staff, assist with processing W-2's, 1099's and 1095's. Direct grant and donation fund set-up.
To see full job description, please visit the Tri-Creek School Corporation website under Employment at www.Tricreek.k12.in.us.
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