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House Journal: Page 1569: Thursday, April 24, 1997

15     2.  A district's average transportation costs per
16   pupil shall be determined by dividing the district's
17   actual cost for all children transported in all school
18   buses for a school year pursuant to section 285.1,
19   subsection 12, by the district's actual enrollment for
20   the school year, as defined in section 257.6.  The
21   state average transportation costs per pupil shall be
22   determined by dividing the total actual costs for all
23   children transported in all districts for a school
24   year, by the total of all districts' actual
25   enrollments for the school year.
26     3.  A school district shall annually certify its
27   actual cost for all children transported in all school
28   buses by July 15 after each school year on forms
29   prescribed by the department of education.
30     4.  If a school district's average transportation
31   costs per pupil are greater than one hundred twenty-
32   five percent of the state average transportation costs
33   per pupil, the department of education shall pay
34   transportation assistance aid equal to the amount of
35   the difference multiplied by the district's actual
36   enrollment for the school year.
37     5.  There is appropriated from the general fund of
38   the state to the department of education, for each
39   fiscal year, an amount necessary to pay transportation
40   assistance aid pursuant to this section.
41   Transportation assistance aid is miscellaneous income
42   for purposes of chapter 257.""
43     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
Grundberg of Polk rose on a point of order that amendment
H-1918, to committee amendment H-1866I was not germane.
The Speaker ruled the point well taken and amendment H-1918 not
germane.
Scherrman of Dubuque asked for unanimous consent to suspend the
rules to consider amendment H-1918.
Objection was raised.
Scherrman of Dubuque moved to suspend the rules to consider
amendment H-1918.
Roll call was requested by Scherrman of Dubuque and Weigel of
Chickasaw.
Rule 75 was invoked.
On the question "Shall the rules be suspended to consider
amendment H-1918, to the committee amendment H-1866I?" (S.F. 549)

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