HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 91-4700, by Representatives Hine and Prince


     WHEREAS, The regular session of the 1991 Legislature is drawing to a close; and

     WHEREAS, The staff of the House of Representatives has once again labored long and hard to assist us in our legislative tasks; and

     WHEREAS, Our professional nonpartisan staff is the best in state government, laboring long hours to do research, draft and perfect the thousands of great bills we dream up; and

     WHEREAS, The billroom and workroom staff work long, tiring hours to prepare the tons of paperwork we need to work all those swell bills; and

     WHEREAS, Our professional caucus staff has worked diligently and loyally to assist us in our work; and

     WHEREAS, The session workers have guarded us, fed us, transported us, staffed our committees and in all ways helped us perform our jobs; and

     WHEREAS, Our personal administrative assistants have once again performed the impossible by shuffling thousands of pieces of mail, answering our constantly ringing telephones, keeping our hectic schedules, and managing to deal politely with all our visitors; and

     WHEREAS, The faithful assistance of all these people contribute greatly to our ability to fulfill our duties as state legislators;

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the members of the House of Representatives extend our sincere appreciation to all those employees who have worked long and hard for the good of all of us; and

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be distributed to staff offices and work areas in appreciation for a job well done.


     I hereby certify this to be a true and correct copy of

     Resolution 4700 adopted by the House of Representatives

                         April 28, 1991.




       Alan Thompson, Chief Clerk, House of Representatives