A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO CREATE THE NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMISSION.
Abolishes the NC Advisory Commission on Military Affairs.
Amends GS Chapter 127 C to establish the NC Military Affairs Commission (Commission), to advise the General Assembly, State officials, and State agencies on specified matters concerning the military presence in the state, including supporting the long term goal of a viable and prosperous military presence in the state, and finding ways to coordinate the state's interest in future activities of the Department of Defense with the promotion of the state's economic interest in developing the state's natural resources. Specifies the naming of the Commission's 15 members and 17 ex officio members, with appointed members serving two year terms. Requires the initial Commission meeting to be within 30 days of the effective date the act.
Effective October 1, 2013.
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