Bill Summary for H 130 (2021-2022)

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Feb 23 2021

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House Bill 130 (Public) Filed Tuesday, February 23, 2021
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE ADDITION OF THE EAST COAST GREENWAY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA TO THE STATE PARKS SYSTEM.
Intro. by White, McElraft, Strickland.

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Sets out NCGA findings related to a multiuse trail across Central and Eastern North Carolina. Authorizes the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (Department) to add the portion of the East Coast Greenway traversing North Carolina to the State Parks System and names it the "East Coast Greenway State Trail." Requires the Department to support, promote, encourage, and facilitate the establishment of trail segments on State park lands and on lands of other federal, State, local, and private landowners. Sets out what laws govern on segments that cross property controlled by agencies or owners other than the Division of Parks and Recreation. Excludes this authorization from the requirement that additions be accompanied by adequate appropriations for land acquisition, development, and operations. Allows, however, the State to receive donations of appropriate land and allows purchasing needed lands with existing funds in the Land and Water Fund, the Parks and Recreation Trust Fund, the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund, and other available sources of funding.

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