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02. Special/Select Committees and Task Forces

 Record Group
Identifier: 02

Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:

Commission on Postsecondary Education for the 21st Century (HR 169)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 02-SS1999_04
Scope and Contents This committee was comprised of House members and various educational officials and members of the general public. The members of the Commission included Thomas Druce (chairman), Edward Wojnaroski, Jess Stairs, Nicholas Colafella, Ed Krebs, Elinor Z. Taylor, Walter Carlson, Will Conyngham, Robert Greenwood, Eugene Hickock, Francis Michelini, Wallace Nunn, James Wansacz, Kim Ward, and James White. Representative Druce resigned from the House of Representatives in September 2000, at which point...

Commission on the Future of the Philadelphia, Pittsburgh & Harrisburg Airports & SEPTA (HR 823)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 02-SS2003_01
Scope and Contents This collection provides an outstanding glimpse into the working of Pennsylvania's busiest and largest airports and public transportation system. The Commission held public hearings on the Harrisburg International Airport, the Pittsburgh International Airport, the Philadelphia International Airport and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). The transcripts to these public hearings are available as full text searchable pdfs through the Pennsylvania House of...

Commission on the Future of the Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Harrisburg Airports and SEPTA (HR151)

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS2005_02
Scope and Contents The collection only houses information on two tours and one public hearing. No report (interim or final) is enclosed

Joint Select Committee to Examine and Investigate Pennsylvania Election Laws (HR 14)

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS2001_01
Scope and Contents On March 18, 1998 House Resolution 379 was referred to the House Rules Committee. It was introduced by Representatives Druce, Stairs, Cowell, Lynch, Masland, Fichter, McCall, Waugh, Herman, Hennessey, Battisto, Pippy, Saylor, Vance, Melio, Geist, Nailor, Staback, Dent, Schroder, Kaiser, Youngblood, Olasz, Rubley, Pesci, Maitland, Shaner, Colafella, Hershey, McNaughton, Trello, Miller, Argall, Browne, Schuler, Laughlin, M. Cohen, Dally, E.Z. Taylor, Orie, Seyfert, Benninghoff, and Wilt. HR379...

Joint Task Force on Adoption

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS1997_07
Scope and Contents The task force held four public hearings and heard testimony from various experts and residents, including judges, representatives of the Pennsylvania Council of Children’s Services, adoptees and adoptive parents, and others.

Keystone Commission on Education for Employment in the 21st Century (HR 16)

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS2001_02
Scope and Contents House Resolution 16 identified several problems plaguing Pennsylvania’s educational needs and workforce. The Commission felt that too many of Pennsylvania’s recent graduates were leaving the state, and this “brain drain” was not allowing Pennsylvania to be economically competitive with other states and nations, that Pennsylvania's secondary and postsecondary schools must graduate students who can immediately enter and benefit the workplace, and lastly to make Pennsylvanian’s more qualified for...

Legislative Commission on Restructuring Pennsylvania's Urban Schools (HR 133)

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS1997_03
Scope and Contents The Commission was charged with analyzing various reorganization strategies, assessing cost benefits that are associated with reorganization, analyzing correlation between the various designs, assess the potential applicability of various strategies in PA and attempting to identify any State statutory and regulatory impediments that may have existed that would have implemented reform strategies.

Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee

 Collection
Identifier: 02-SS2013_02
Scope and Contents On July 4, 2005, the Pennsylvania General Assembly created the Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee (PAOC) as a result of the recommendations made by the previous Oversight Council which was disbanded in February 2004. The Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee is required to meet at least once a year for the purposes of reviewing the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association’s continued compliance with Act 91 of 2000, responding to issues related to the activities of the...

Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS2007_01
Scope and Contents On July 4, 2005, the Pennsylvania General Assembly created the Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee (PAOC) as a result of the recommendations made by the previous Oversight Council which was disbanded in February 2004. The Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee is required to meet at least once a year for the purposes of reviewing the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association’s continued compliance with Act 91 of 2000, responding to issues related to the activities of the...

Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee

 Collection — Box Box 1 of 1
Identifier: 02-SS2005_01
Scope and Contents The records from the Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee from the 2005-2006 session. The Chairman was Representative Gene DiGirolamo. The Vice Chairman was Senator Robert Robbins. Other members included Representative Tim Solobay, Representative Jess Stairs, Senator Gerald Lavalle and Senator James Rhoades.