AN ACT PROVIDING THAT EMPLOYEES OF SEASONAL AMUSEMENT OR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES ARE EXEMPT FROM OVERTIME AND RECORD‑KEEPING REQUIREMENTS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA WAGE AND HOUR ACT AND AUTHORIZING CITIES AND COUNTIES TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ALL OR A PORTION OF THE COST OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS BY USING FUNDS FROM PRIVATE PARTIES AND REPAYING THE FUNDS BY MAKING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS ON BENEFITED PROPERTY.
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Deletes proposed changes to GS 130-248(c1) and instead allows pushcarts or mobile food units based from a permitted commissary or restaurant located on the premises of a facility containing at least 3,000 permanent seats to prepare and serve food on the premises. Sets out requirements to be met for the preparation of raw meat, poultry, and fish and other sanitation requirements.
Amends the act's long title.
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