2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 28 - Legislature
Chapter 8 - Legislative Service Office
Section 28-8-112 - Space in State Capitol Building and Annexation.
28-8-112. Space in state capitol building and annexation.
(a) The following areas in the state capitol building, including the extension from the capitol building to and under the Herschler building and within the Herschler building, shall be rooms and halls provided for the conduct of activities of the legislature, its committees, the legislative service office and necessary legislative staff, and the management council:
(i) On the garden level of the capitol building, rooms in the west half of the capitol building and the room on the northwest corner of the east half of the garden level;
(ii) On the first floor of the capitol building:
(A) The two (2) meeting rooms adjacent to the west wall of the building and the hospitality room contiguous to the north meeting room;
(B) The room on the southeast corner of the west half of the first floor.
(iii) The second and third floors of the capitol building, inclusive of hallways and stairways on those floors;
(iv) Within the extension from the capitol building to and under the Herschler building, the six (6) meeting rooms, three (3) rooms in the east wing under the Herschler building, dedicated to a learning center, media room and visitor center, and the room designated as a "leg. copy" room on page 34 of the presentation to the capitol building rehabilitation and restoration oversight group on March 9, 2016, which presentation is on file with the legislative service office;
(v) That area on the first floor, west wing of the Herschler building designated as "legislature" on page 35 (bearing the label "Herschler First Floor - Proposed assignments), of the presentation to the capitol building rehabilitation and restoration oversight group on March 9, 2016, and as subsequently reduced on the north side by action of the state capitol building rehabilitation and restoration oversight group on August 22, 2018, as reflected in the minutes of the meeting on file with the legislative service office;
(vi) During legislative sessions, the presiding officers of the house and senate shall have the regulation of passageways on the second and third floors of the capitol building and passageways adjacent to or contiguous with the meeting rooms specified in subparagraph (ii)(A) and paragraph (iv) of this subsection;
(vii) All areas devoted to mechanical systems within the areas specified in paragraphs (i) through (vi) of this subsection shall not be considered areas for the conduct of activities of the legislature and shall be managed by the state building commission.