SB 5252 requires the department of commerce to work in consultation with the interagency council on homelessness, the affordable housing advisory board, and the state advisory council on homelessness to develop performance measures that address the limitations of the annual point-in-time count on measuring the effectiveness of the document recording fee surcharge funds in supporting homeless programs. It also requires the joint legislative audit and review committee to review how the surcharge fees are expended to address homelessness, including a review of the related program performance measures and targets.
Passed out of the Senate. Passed out of the House Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs Committee and passed out of Appropriations on Apr 4. Placed on second reading by Rules Committee, but never came up for a floor vote before the Opposite House cutoff.