AN ACT TO IMPROVE VIABILITY OF THE WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS OF CERTAIN UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT BY REQUIRING LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION APPROVAL OF GRANT APPLICATIONS; TO REQUIRE CERTAIN WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS TO UNDERGO A REVIEW OF INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT, AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT; TO CREATE AND PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE VIABLE UTILITY RESERVE TO PROVIDE GRANT MONEY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS; TO PROVIDE A STATUTORY PROCESS FOR MERGER AND DISSOLUTION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS ESTABLISHED UNDER CHAPTER 162A OF THE GENERAL STATUTES; TO PROMOTE THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS TO THE OPERATION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS; TO STUDY SUBBASIN TRANSFERS AND HISTORICAL CHARTERS; TO REALLOCATE CERTAIN UNUSED FUNDS FROM THE PFAS RECOVERY FUND; TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER AND FOR WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS; AND TO INCORPORATE FLOOD STORAGE CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS INTO THE ACTIVITIES AND PURPOSES OF THE DIVISION OF MITIGATION SERVICES.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Effective June 30, 2020, repeals Section 11, subsections (d) through (h), of SL 2019-241, which amend specified statutes similarly to those amended by Part I of this act, if Senate Bill 553 (Regulatory Reform Act of 2019) becomes law.
Adds the following additional appropriations. Appropriates $4.8 million in nonrecurring funds from the General Fund to the UNC Board of Governors for the 2020-21 school year to be allocated to the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center to be used for residencies in the Center service areas and for facility and structural improvements associated with current residency programs.
Makes the entire act effective July 1, 2020 (previously, Sections 1 through 3 of Part I of the act were to become effective October 1, 2020, with the remaining provisions effective July 1, 2020).
Changes the act's long title.
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