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Title 3 Appendix : Executive Orders

Chapter 003 : EXECUTIVE

(Cite as: 3 App. V.S.A. ch. 3, § 66)
  • Executive Order No. 3-66

    (No. 01-15)

    [Revocation of Certain Executive Orders]

    WHEREAS, Governors have created various executive orders over the years, some of which have become obsolete by the passage of time or by other provisions of law; and

    WHEREAS,  Governors have periodically sought to update existing executive orders, including by revoking and rescinding orders that no longer serve the purpose for which they were enacted;

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Peter Shumlin, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor of the State of Vermont, do hereby revoke and rescind the Executive Orders listed below:

     I. Orders Revoked

    Chapter 3: Executive

    Executive Order No. 01-94 (codified as No. 3-26) dated January 12, 1994 (Abolition of Department of Taxes and Creation of Department of Revenue);

    Chapter 10: Conservation and Development

    Executive Order No. 24-86 (codified as No. 10-8) dated June 11, 1986 (Program for Recycling of Waste Products and Revision of State Solid Waste Management Plan);

    Chapter 15: Domestic Relations

    Executive Order No. 16-11 (codified as No. 15-10) dated November 17, 2011 (Governor's Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force);

    Chapter 18: Health

    Executive Order No. 12-11 (codified as No. 18-21) dated September 20, 2011 (Designation of Vermont State Hospital at Springfield, Vermont);

    Chapter 20: Internal Security and Public Safety

    Executive Order No. 12-85 (codified as No. 20-2) dated July 15, 1985 (Activation of Vermont National Guard for Assistance of Civilian Authorities in City of Barre);

    Executive Order No. 51-87 (codified as No. 20-3) [undated] (Order Into Service of Vermont National Guardsmen for Assistance to Civilians and Authorities of State and Bennington County);

    Executive Order No. 77-89 (codified as No. 20-5) dated August 8, 1989 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for Washington County);

    Executive Order No. 6-91 (codified as No. 20-7) dated May 1, 1991 (Utilization of National Guard to Carry Out Vermont's Drug Enforcement Support Plan);

    Executive Order No. 3-95 (codified as No. 20-8) dated July 29, 1995 (Activation of National Guard to Assist Vermont State Police and the City of Burlington);

    Executive Order No. 4-95 (codified as No. 20-9) dated August 8, 1995 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Caledonia, Chittenden, Essex, Lamoille, Orleans and Washington Counties);

    Executive Order No. 5-95 (codified as No. 20-10) dated August 8, 1995 (Activation of National Guard to Assist State and Local Officials in Stabilizing Conditions Resulting From Flooding);

    Executive Order No. 8-96 (codified as No. 20-11) dated January 24, 1996 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for State of Vermont);

    Executive Order No. 11-96 (codified as No. 20-12) dated June 14, 1996 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Windham and Windsor Counties);

    Executive Order No. 12-96 (codified as 20-13) dated June 14, 1996 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations in Windham County);

    Executive Order No. 1-97 (codified as No. 20-14) dated July 15, 1997 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Franklin, Lamoille, and Orleans Counties);

    Executive Order No. 2-97 (codified as No. 20-15) dated July 15, 1997 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Franklin, Lamoille, and Orleans Counties);

    Executive Order No. 1-98 (codified as 20-16) dated January 8, 1998 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Grand Isle County);

    Executive Order No. 2-98 (codified as No. 20-17) dated January 8, 1998 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Grand Isle County);

    Executive Order No. 3-98 (codified as No. 20-18) dated January 9. 1998 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Chittenden, Franklin, and Addison Counties);

    Executive Order No. 4-98 (codified as No. 20-19) dated January 9, 1998 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Chittenden, Franklin, and Addison Counties);

    Executive Order No. 6-98 (codified as No. 20-20) dated June 28, 1998 (Declaration of State of Emergency for Addison, Orange, Washington, and Windsor Counties);

    Executive Order No. 7-98 (codified as No. 20-21) dated June 28, 1998 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Flood Recovery Operations and Security in Addison, Orange, Washington, and Windsor Counties);

    Executive Order No. 8-99 (codified as No. 20-22) dated July 8, 1999 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Disaster Preparedness Plan for Town of Springfield);

    Executive Order No. 9-99 (codified as No. 20-23) dated July 8, 1999 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Recovery Operations and Security in Town of Springfield);

    Executive Order No. 5-00 (codified as No. 20-25) dated July 17, 2000 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency-Disaster Preparedness Plan for Addison, Bennington, Windham and Windsor Counties);

    Executive Order No. 5-02 (codified as No. 20-28) dated June 12, 2002 (Declaration of State of Emergency for the County of Caledonia);

    Executive Order No. 5-05 (codified as No. 20-32) dated September 2, 2005 (Activation of National Guard to Assist in Hurricane Recovery Operations and Security in the State of Louisiana);

    Executive Order No. 4-07 (codified as No. 20-34) dated April 17, 2007 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Operations Plan for State of Vermont), and addendum dated April 24, 2007;

    Executive Order No. 5-08 (codified as No. 20-37) dated December 15, 2008 (Declaration of State of Emergency and Activation of Emergency Operations Plan for Bennington, Orange, Windham, and Windsor Counties), and addendum dated December 22, 2008;

    Chapter 30: Public Service

    Executive Order No. 56-81 (codified as No. 30-2) dated January 13, 1981 (Transfer of Energy Office From Agency of Administration to Department of Public Service);

    Executive Order No. 9-94 (codified as No. 30-3) dated May 20, 1994 (Declaration of Energy Emergency with Respect to Damaged PV20 Transmission Line);

    Executive Order No. 9-95 (codified as No. 30-4) dated December 28, 1995 (Extension of Declaration of Energy Emergency with Respect to Damaged PV20 Transmission Line);

    Executive Order No. 10-12 (codified as No. 30-10) dated October 2, 2012 (Governor's Energy Generation Siting Policy Commission);

    Chapter 32: Taxation and Finance

    Executive Order No. 32-86 (codified as No. 32-1) dated November 6, 1986 (Allocation of 1986 State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

    Executive Order No. 38-87 (codified as No. 32-2) dated January 30, 1987 (Interim Allocations of 1987 State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

    Executive Order No. 55-87 (codified as No. 32-5) dated December 29, 1987 (Allocation of 1987 State Ceiling on Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds);

    Executive Order No. 14-11 (codified as No. 32-9) dated November 2, 2011 (Private Activity Bond Advisory Committee), superseded by 32 V.S.A. § 994.

     II. Effective Date

    This Executive Order shall take effect upon signing.

    Dated February 13, 2015