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EXECUTIVE ORDER 2002-3 ESTABLISHING A GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COUNCIL ON AVIATION WHEREAS, an efficient and reliable aviation system is a critical element of Arizona's overall transportation system and the vitality of our state's economy; and WHEREAS, aviation's primary impact on Arizona's economy was $15.1 billion in 1998 and supported over 167,000 jobs with a payroll of $4.3 billion; and WHEREAS, air travelers and tourists spent $4.5 billion in Arizona in 1998, creating over 77,000 jobs in lodging, retailing and the service sector; and WHEREAS, over the next 20 years the total number of passengers boarding commercial aircraft at Sky Harbor International and Tucson International is expected to increase by 79 percent. WHEREAS, the total number of general aviation aircraft based in Arizona is expected to increase by more than 30 percent over the next 20 years; and WHEREAS, the amount of cargo passing through Sky Harbor International and Tucson International and other major airport facilities throughout Arizona is expected to more than double over the next 20 years; and WHEREAS, there is a lack of communication or coordination between state and local entities with federal agencies that regulate airspace and other aspects of aviation in our state; and WHEREAS, there is a distinct need to improve coordination and the compatibility between land use planning and airport facilities; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jane Dee Hull, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor by the Arizona Constitution and the laws of the State, do hereby establish the Governor's Advisory Council on Aviation to serve the purpose of developing strategies for improving the efficiency of Arizona's aviation system, enhancing land use and aviation planning and improving the working relationship and communication between state and local aviation entities and the federal agencies that have the primary responsibility for regulating aviation in this state. 1. The members of the Task Force shall be appointed by the Governor and will serve at the pleasure of the Governor for up to two years. a. b. The Task Force membership will include a chairperson to be named by the Governor. The Task Force will include the Director of the Arizona Department of Transportation or designee and at least seven at-large members with expertise or experience in aviation. At-large members shall not advocate for or represent any special or corporate interest when performing their duties on the Advisory Council. The Advisory Council, during the course of its deliberations, should take testimony from all aviation interests including corporations, aviation businesses, military, special interest groups and the general public. The Governor may appoint representatives from other state, regional or federal agencies, such as the Federal Aviation Administration and the U.S. Department of Defense to serve as Ex-Officio members of the Advisory Council. The Arizona Department of Transportation shall serve as staff to the Advisory Council.
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The Advisory Council, in consultation with state, regional and local transportation entities, shall establish mechanisms or procedures for improving the communication, dialogue and working relations with federal agencies that have jurisdiction over aviation issues in Arizona. Page 6 June 30, 2002
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3. 4. The Advisory Council shall work with the State Transportation Board and other appropriate aviation officials to establish a process for defining future aviation needs and a strategy for addressing these needs. The Advisory Council shall study and issue "consensus" findings and recommendations that specifically address the following issues: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. 5. Airspace utilization and airport capacity Environmental issues Land use compatibility Connectivity to surface transportation Facility utilization Federal funding for aviation in Arizona Other federal aviation programs Criteria for evaluating aviation facilities and systems. Future aviation needs assessments and funding strategies
The Advisory Council shall issue a preliminary report on or before December 31, 2002 and a final report on or before December 31, 2003 to the Governor, the President of the Arizona State Senate and the Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Arizona.
Jane Dee Hull
DONE at the Capitol in Phoenix on this Thirtieth Day of January Two Thousand Two and of the Independence of the United States of America the Two Hundred and Twenty-Sixth. ATTEST:
Secretary of State
EXECUTIVE ORDER 2002-4 ESTABLISHING A GOVERNOR'S NURSING SHORTAGE TASK FORCE WHEREAS, an educated, well-developed, reliable supply of professional nurses is acknowledged to be crucial to the health and well-being of Arizonans; and WHEREAS, national and state data indicate the potential for a future health crisis due to a lack of nurses; and WHEREAS, the 2000 census reported that the population of Arizona had grown by 30% during the past decade while the number of new registered nursing graduates in Arizona has remained relatively unchanged for the same period; and WHEREAS, Arizona has fewer registered nurses per 100,000 residents than the national average, and the annual turnover rate for nurses in Arizona is higher than the national average; and WHEREAS, there are independent efforts underway among various stakeholders to address the nursing shortage, which, the stakeholders agree, would benefit from a comprehensive statewide approach; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jane Dee Hull, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor by the Arizona Constitution and the laws of the State, do hereby establish the Governor's Nursing Shortage Task Force, whose purpose shall be to evaluate the unique issues facing Arizona and make recommendations that will help ensure an adequate supply of professional nurses in Arizona for the 21st century. 1. The Task Force shall consist of a maximum of 35 members. Page 7 Volume 8, Issues 1-26
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