Bill Summary for H 890 (2013-2014)

Summary date: 

Apr 16 2013

Bill Information:

View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 890 (Public) Filed Thursday, April 11, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE A COUNTY THAT ACCEPTS SOLID WASTE FROM ANOTHER CITY OR COUNTY TO USE FEES FOR THE USE OF DISPOSAL FACILITIES PROVIDED BY THE COUNTY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL AND OTHER COUNTY PURPOSES BY LEVYING A SURCHARGE ON THE FEE, AND TO AUTHORIZE A COUNTY TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FROM A UTILITY OR PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISE FUND USED FOR OPERATION OF A LANDFILL TO THE COUNTY GENERAL FUND UPON CERTAIN FINDINGS.
Intro. by Jones, Holloway.

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Amends GS 153A-292(b) allowing a fee charged by a board of county commissioners for the use of a disposal facility to exceed the cost of operating the facility if (1) the county enters into a contract with another county or city to accept the other entity's solid waste and (2) the county by ordinance levies a surcharge on the fee which may be used for public school purposes  or other purposes for which the county may appropriate funds.

Amends GS 159-13(b)(14) adjusting the directions and limitations binding the governing board of a county in adopting a budget ordinance to include the ability of a county to use surplus funds from a fund balance in a utility or public service enterprise fund to support schools and other services supported by the county's general fund.

 

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