Bill Summary for S 110 (2011-2012)

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Apr 19 2011

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View NCGA Bill Details2011-2012 Session
Senate Bill 110 (Public) Filed Wednesday, February 23, 2011
TO AUTHORIZE THE PERMITTING AND CONSTRUCTION OF TERMINAL GROINS AT INLETS UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS.
Intro. by Brown, Goolsby, Rabon.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to 3rd edition.
Adds whereas clauses. Amends proposed GS 113A-115.1(e) (required components for each terminal groin permit application submitted to the Coastal Resources Commission) to require that an applicant submit, among other things, a plan for the construction and maintenance of the terminal groin and the accompanying beach fill project prepared by a professional engineer licensed under GS Chapter 89C and reviewed by an independent third-party licensed engineer (was, by an independent third-party professional engineer licensed under GS Chapter 89C). Amends proposed GS 113A-115.1(g) to prohibit the Coastal Resources Commission (Commission) from issuing more than three permits for terminal groin construction (was, only one terminal groin may be placed on each ocean shoreline immediately adjacent to an inlet for a maximum of two per inlet), and requires that the following conditions are met: (1) no more than two permits may be issued where public funds will be used and (2) no permit may be issued where funds are generated from special obligation bonds, nonvoted general obligation bonds, or certain financing contracts. Makes a conforming change to the bill title.
Adds a section directing the Commission to report to the Environmental Review Commission by September 1 each year, with a detailed description of each proposed and permitted terminal groin and accompanying beach fill project, as specified, and to include four listed items in the report.

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