AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE STATUTES GOVERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES AND TO REMOVE CERTAIN LANDS FROM THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT; TO AMEND CERTAIN REPORTS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA POLICY COLLABORATORY TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; TO CLARIFY CERTAIN APPROPRIATIONS IN THE 2018 HURRICANE FLORENCE DISASTER RECOVERY ACT; TO CORRECT AN EFFECTIVE DATE; TO REPEAL AND REPLACE AN ACT PROVIDING FOR EMERGENCY OPERATING FUNDS FOR UTILITIES; TO ADJUST FOR INFLATION THE THRESHOLD FOR DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION APPROVAL OF STATE LEASES; AND TO CLARIFY AND AMEND THE SEPTIC TANK SITE SUITABILITY DETERMINATION PROCESS.
House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes.
Eliminates the proposed recodification and changes to GS 143-323, which transferred the existing duties of the Department of Environmental Quality under the statute to the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) and designated the Director of the Division of Parks and Recreation as having the authority and responsibility to accept and administer funding through the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund or any successor fund established for similar purposes. Makes conforming organizational changes.
Makes clarifying change to GS 143-260.10(21)c.
Amends GS 143B-135.229 to authorize DNCR to enter into agreements with nonprofit organizations to establish and administer satellite museums of the NC State Museum of Natural Sciences in compliance with the NC Science Museums Grant Program statutory requirements.
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