A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT AMENDING THE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO NOTICE OF LAND USE PLANNING AND ZONING CHANGES TO BE GIVEN TO A MILITARY BASE BY COUNTIES OR CITIES NEAR THE MILITARY BASE. Enacted May 30, 2013. Effective May 30, 2013.
Summary date: Jun 3 2013 - More information
Summary date: May 14 2013 - More information
Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 2nd edition:
Amends GS 153A-323(b)(5) and GS 160A-364(b)(5) to clarify that the calculation of the total land area triggering the notice requirement includes developed and undeveloped land.
Summary date: Apr 2 2013 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends GS 153A-323(b) and GS 160A-364(b), providing that prior to the public hearing for the proposed land-use and zoning changes, the military can provide comments or analysis to the board of commissioners (board) regarding the compatibility of the proposed changes with the military operations at the base. If the board does not receive a response from the military within 30 days of issuing the notice of proposed changes, the military is deemed to have waived the comment period.
Expands the proposed changes that require notice to the military to include changes relating to telecommunications towers or windmills, changes to proposed new major subdivision preliminary plats, and an increase in the size of an approved subdivision by more than fifty percent. Also makes organizational changes.
Summary date: Mar 6 2013 - More information
Amends GS 153A-323(b) and GS 160A-364(b), requiring boards of commissioners and local government governing bodies to provide written notice of proposed changes, by certified mail or by other means reasonably designed to provide actual notice to the commander of the military base or commander's designee, if the ordinance would make changes relating to the zoning map or proposed subdivisions, telecommunications towers, or windmills, or changes to the permitted uses of land located five miles or less from the perimeter boundary of the military base (was, written notice required if changes were to the zoning map or affected uses five miles or less from the perimeter boundary and written notice was only allowed by certified mail with return receipt requested to the commander).
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