AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE REMAINING NINE PERCENT OF THE COMMON BOUNDARY BETWEEN ALAMANCE COUNTY AND ORANGE COUNTY NOT ADDRESSED BY SESSION LAW 2011-88 AND AS AUTHORIZED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY BY SESSION LAW 2010-61 ENABLING THE CHANGES IN THE HISTORIC ORANGE COUNTY-ALAMANCE COUNTY BOUNDARY LINE AS DESCRIBED IN THE 1849 SURVEY ESTABLISHING ALAMANCE COUNTY. Summarized in Daily Bulletin 5/23/12 and 6/13/12. Enacted June 28, 2012. Effective June 28, 2012.
Summary date: Jul 2 2012 - View summary
Bill H 1090 (2011-2012)Summary date: Jun 13 2012 - View summary
House committee substitute makes the following changes to 1st edition. Makes a technical change only.
Bill H 1090 (2011-2012)Summary date: May 23 2012 - View summary
Identical to S 873, filed 5/22/12.
Provides background on the boundary line survey and resulting agreement between Alamance County and Orange County. Authorizes Alamance County and Orange County to maintain the current taxing, elections, education, and other government functions in the transition areas affected by the act until July 1, 2013.
Requires all papers, documents, and instruments required or permitted to be filed or registered, involving residents and property affected by the resurvey of the boundary line to be recorded in the county to which the property has been reassigned by this act, on and after January 1, 2013. Sets out specific provisions related to real and personal property in the affected areas, causes of action, voter registration records, jury lists, and properties taxed by both counties on or after January 1, 2007. Allows any child who was a resident of any area reassigned by this act on the date of ratification and who was a student in the Orange or Alamance County school system during the 2011-12 school year, to attend school in the same school system. Releases the counties from any liability resulting from the uncertain boundary line.
States that this act controls if in conflict with SL 2010-61, as amended.
Provides that any boundary line between the counties previously surveyed, recognized, adopted, described, utilized, or ratified, except the 91% adopted by SL 2011-88, is modified as specified in this act.
Adopts the official boundary line regarding the remaining 9% between Alamance County and Orange County, as described and approved by the Alamance County Board of Commissioners on December 6, 2010 and by the Orange County Board of Commissioners on December 14, 2010.