2014 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 9 - ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER 5 - PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS
ARTICLE 1 - CAPITOL AND STATE BUILDING COMMISSION
9-5-101. State building commission; composition; general powers and duties; conflicts of interest.


WY Stat § 9-5-101 (2014) What's This?

9-5-101. State building commission; composition; general powers and duties; conflicts of interest.

(a) The five (5) elected state officers constitute the state building commission. The governor shall be chairman of the commission, but in his absence from any meeting, one (1) of the members may act as chairman, and shall preside at the meeting. All votes taken to decide the commission's final action on any matter shall be recorded.

(b) The state building commission shall promulgate rules under which the general services division has charge and control of the capitol building with respect to its occupancy, repair and maintenance and shall collect all rents arising from the occupancy of the capitol building. All rents collected under this section shall be paid into the general fund. Rules with respect to the occupancy of the capitol building shall be subject to and in accordance with W.S. 9-5-112.

(c) No member of the state building commission shall:

(i) Have a financial interest in any contract entered into or made by the commission or by the general services division;

(ii) Be a surety on any bond conditioned for the performance of any contract entered into or made by the commission or by the general services division;

(iii) Be an agent of any contractor on any contract entered into or made by the commission or by the general services division.

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