Bill Summary for S 95 (2019-2020)
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AN ACT PROVIDING THAT FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC FACILITIES AT THE NORTH CAROLINA VETERANS MEMORIAL PAVILION SHALL NOT REVERT TO THE GENERAL FUND UNTIL JUNE 30, 2020; PROVIDING THAT CERTAIN REGIONAL WATER AND SEWER FUNDING SHALL NOT REVERT UNTIL JUNE 30, 2021; REDIRECTING CERTAIN STORM RESILIENCE FUNDS; BY REPURPOSING CERTAIN PLANNING FUNDS, AND BY CLARIFYING THE PURPOSE OF CERTAIN WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING PROVIDED TO THE TOWN OF MOUNT AIRY.Intro. by Burgin.
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House committee substitute to the 3rd edition makes the following changes.
Modifies the proposed changes to SL 2018-5, Section 13.9, as amended, by requiring that the $5 million appropriated to the Division of Water Resources to provide grant-in-aid to Resource Institute Inc. for the purpose of working with coastal local governments and engineering firms to explore opportunities for the development and implementation of emerging techniques that can extend the useful life of beach nourishment projects, instead be allocated in equal amounts to the Towns of North Topsail Beach, Surf City, and Topsail Beach for hurricane recovery projects in or benefiting the towns and their adjoining coastline (previously, required $3.4 million be allocated to provide grant-in-aid to Resource Institute Inc. to work with and implement projects in or benefiting Surf City and Topsail Beach, and that $1.6 million of the $5 million appropriation be allocated to North Topsail Beach alone for hurricane recovery projects). Makes conforming changes to the reporting requirement, now requiring the towns receiving the allocations to report to the specified NCGA committee and division by October 1, 2019, with the report including a list of projects funded, project participants, and impact documentation (no longer requiring a summary of emerging technologies developed and implemented resulting from collaboration with local governments, engineering firms, and Resource Institute Inc.).