Bill Summary for S 389 (2021-2022)
- Criminal Justice
- Corrections (Sentencing/Probation)
- Development, Land Use and Housing
- Building and Construction
- Environment/Natural Resources
- Cultural Resources and Museums
- State Agencies
- Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (formerly Dept. of Cultural Resources)
- Department of Environmental Quality (formerly DENR)
- Department of Public Safety
- Health and Human Services
- Public Health
- Public Enterprises and Utilities
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AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE NATURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND CULTURAL RESOURCES LAWS OF THE STATE, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE DEPARTMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES.Intro. by B. Jackson, Sanderson, Edwards.
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House amendments to the 2nd edition make the following changes.
Amendment #1 further amends GS 143-214.7 regarding stormwater runoff rules and programs as follows. Adds to the parameters that must be satisfied in order for the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to transfer a permit without the consent of the owner or of the successor-owner of the property on which the permitted activity is occurring or will occur. Requires that, if the permit holder is a person or entity who has sold the property on which the permitted activity is occurring or will occur, or if the permit holder is the declarant of a condominium or a planned community and the successor-owner is a unit owners' association, then the permit holder is responsible for satisfying the requirements of new subdivision (1d) (which requires inclusion of a written schedule of actions and/or a permit modification application with the transfer permit application if the activity on the property does not conform to the approved plans or permit conditions), and for bringing the property into substantial compliance with the approved plans and permit conditions before the permit is transferred.
Amendment #2 amends GS 121-4 to allow the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources to recognize gifts received by naming exhibits, features, or programs administered by the Department.