TO AUTHORIZE THE PERMITTING AND CONSTRUCTION OF TERMINAL GROINS AT INLETS UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS.
Conference report recommends the following changes to 4th edition to reconcile matters in controversy. Amends proposed GS 113A-115.1(e)(4) to remove the requirement that a plan for the construction and maintenance of the terminal groin and its accompanying beach fill project be reviewed by an independent third-party licensed engineer. Amends proposed GS 113A-115.1(g) to provide that the Coastal Resources Commission may issue no more than four permits for the construction of a terminal groin (previously no more than 3 permits). Deletes provision requiring no more than two permits be issued where public funds will be used for any activity related to the terminal groin or its accompanying beach fill project. Makes other organizational change. Makes conforming change to the title.
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