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Executive Order No. 3-50 (No. 10-09) [Rescinding Certain Executive Orders]
WHEREAS, the Governor has the power under 3 V.S.A., chapter 41 to alter the organization of the Executive Branch through use of the Executive Order; and
WHEREAS, the Executive Order has been used over the years for a variety of purposes, including the creation of certain boards, councils and commissions, and the reorganization of the Executive Branch; and
WHEREAS, these orders are of continuous effect unless expressly limited in duration, or revoked, rescinded or superseded; and
WHEREAS, certain executive orders are either no longer useful, no longer effective, or have been superseded by legislative enactment, and yet remain in existence.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, James H. Douglas, by virtue of the power vested in me as Governor of the State of Vermont, do hereby revoke and rescind the following Executive Orders:
Executive Order 68-88 (codified as #10-10) dated November 17, 1988 (State Agencies Designated as Having Programs Affecting Land Use or Exempted from Compliance with all Provisions of Growth Management Act of 1988 (Act 200); Establishment of and Reports to State Agency Planning Implementation Committee);
Executive Order 70-89 (codified as #3-15) dated January 13, 1989 (Abolition of Office on Aging and Transfer of Functions of Certain Divisions to and Establishment of Department of Rehabilitation and Aging);
Executive Order 97-90 (codified as #22-3) dated November 22, 1990 (Governor’s Advisory Commission on Native American Affairs);
Executive Order 99-90 (codified as #10-14) dated December 31, 1990 (Approval of Interim State Agency Land Use Plans);
Executive Order 13-91 (codified as #10-16) dated November 21, 1991 (State Agencies Designated as Having Programs Affecting Land Use in Compliance with Provisions of Growth Management Act of 1988 (Act 200); Establishment of and Reports to State Agency Implementation Committee);
Executive Order 01-99 (codified as #21-6) dated February 1, 1999 (Vermont State Workforce Investment Board);
Executive Order 12-03 (codified as #5-5) dated August 5, 2003 (Vermont Transportation Operations Council);
Executive Order 17A-03 (codified as #13-3) dated November 17, 2003 (Governor’s Commission on Corrections Overcrowding);
Executive Order 02-04 (codified as #10-31) dated April 8, 2004 (Vermont Clean State Program);
Executive Order 04-06 (codified as #15-8) dated June 29, 2006 (Creation of the Vermont Council on Domestic Violence);
Executive Order 08-06 (codified as #30-9) dated November 4, 2006 (Statewide Telecommunications Advancement);
Executive Order 01-07 (codified as #13-4) dated February 9, 2007 (Vermont Victim/Survivor Crime Council).
This Executive Order shall take effect upon signing.
Dated December 23, 2009