A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ENABLE THE TRANSITION OF PROPERTIES OF THE AREA ALONG THEIR COMMON BOUNDARY BETWEEN ALAMANCE COUNTY AND GUILFORD COUNTY BY REQUIRING A SURVEY OF THE BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN THE COUNTIES. Enacted June 10, 2013. Effective June 10, 2013.
Summary date: Jun 10 2013 - More information
Bill S 257 (2013-2014)Summary date: May 14 2013 - More information
Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Deletes the provisions of the 1st edition and replaces it with the following. Requires the county commissioners of Alamance and Guilford counties to requires that the NC Geodetic Survey (NCGS) conduct a preliminary resurvey and present a proposed boundary map for consideration. Allows the counties to maintain the current recognized government functions in place until July 1, 2014. Requires the counties to resurvey the boundary line in areas where property owners have met the established administrative criteria to be assigned to a specific county and in areas where the NCGS line is not reasonable or is unduly burdensome. Requires the counties, after the survey and petition process, and no later than May 15, 2014, to submit to the General Assembly for ratification a completed survey that includes the NCGS line and all mutually agreed upon modifications. Amends the act's title.
Bill S 257 (2013-2014)Summary date: Mar 12 2013 - More information
As title indicates. Does not specify the boundary line.
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