TO CREATE THE GREATER ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to 1st edition.
Expands and clarifies the definitions for airport facilities and Authority. Adds definitions for member and ARAA member. Clarifies the qualifications for Authority membership, and adds that any ARAA member also holding an elective public office when this act becomes effective may serve as an Authority member until the elective office term ends or a successor is appointed. States that Authority members will serve four-year terms and may serve up to two successive four-year terms. Details terms for ARAA members. Clarifies that each member may serve until a successor is appointed, not to exceed 60 days. Adds that all Authority action will be determined by a majority vote. Deletes provision allowing compensation for members. Deletes requirement that five-day’s notice be given before Authority meetings and provides instead that notice be provided according to the laws for meetings of public bodies. Specifies that all meetings and closed sessions will be conducted according to the laws for meetings of public bodies. Adds three specified powers to the list of the Authority’s powers and authorities, and makes additional clarifying changes. Adds that GS 66-58(a) (prohibiting the sale of goods or services by governmental units) does not apply to the Authority. Makes additional clarifying and organizational changes.
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