Bill Summaries: S52 CITIES/MEANS FOR ACTIVATING PARKING METERS.

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  • Summary date: Aug 26 2015 - More information

    AN ACT AUTHORIZING CITIES TO ALLOW ACTIVATION OF PARKING METERS BY COINS, TOKENS, CASH, CREDIT CARDS, DEBIT CARDS, OR OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS. Enacted August 25, 2015. Effective August 25, 2015.


  • Summary date: Aug 13 2015 - More information

    The House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes.

    Corrects the reference to the number of the Session Law concerning parking meters in Atlantic Beach and Beaufort to SL 2011-79.


  • Summary date: Mar 24 2015 - More information

    Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition. Adds that the act also does not repeal or limit the authority to activate parking meters and use the proceeds from the meters that was granted to the towns of Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and the cities of Wilmington and Durham. 


  • Summary date: Feb 10 2015 - More information

    Amends GS 160A-301, providing that cities may allow parking meters to be activated by coins, tokens, cash, credit cards, debit cards, or electronic means (previously, could only be activated by coins or tokens).

    Provides that the act does not repeal or limit the authority to activate parking meters and use the proceeds from the meters that was granted to Raleigh and Chapel Hill in SL 2009-164 and to Atlantic Beach and Beaufort in SL 2011-179.


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