AN ACT TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR DISASTER RELIEF FROM HURRICANE DORIAN AND OTHER NAMED STORMS, FUNDS FOR RESILIENCY MEASURES AGAINST FUTURE STORMS, AND FUNDING FOR THE RURAL HEALTH CARE STABILIZATION FUND; TO MAKE CORRECTIONS TO VARIOUS BUDGET RELATED BILLS; AND TO ENACT CERTAIN BUDGET PROVISIONS FROM HOUSE BILL 966, 2019 REGULAR SESSION.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Deletes all provisions of the previous edition, except Section 4 (amending GS 115C-156.2, Section 1 of SL 2013-1, and GS 115C-12) and Section 7 (amending GS 115C-238.55 and GS 115D-5).
Changes the act's short title, makes organizational changes, and adds the following new provisions.
Amends GS 115C-64.15, allowing the Secretary of Commerce, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Chair of the State Board of Education, the UNC System President, and the NC Community College System President to have a designee on the North Carolina Education and Workforce Innovation Commission in their place.
Amends GS 115C-268.1 to provide for staggered terms for initial appointees (whose terms began September 1, 2017) of the Professional Educator Preparation and Standards Commission (Commission), with initial terms expiring August 31, 2019, or August 31, 2020, as specified. Provides that as the initial terms expire, members are appointed to serve two-year terms. Applies to members currently serving their terms on the Commission.
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