Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Repeals GS 143-215.108(g) (requires any person who is required to hold a permit under this section to submit a written description of his current and projected plans to reduce the emission of air contaminants under such permit by source reduction or recycling) and GS 143B-344.38 (North Carolina Sustainable Communities Task Force--reports). Makes organizational changes. Amends the act's long title.
Bill S 507 (2013-2014)Summary date: Apr 30 2013 - More information
Bill S 507 (2013-2014)Summary date: Mar 27 2013 - More information
Repeals various environmental reporting requirements as follows:
- Division of Aquariums annual report on the North Carolina Aquarium Fund (GS 143B‑289.44(d));
- Chairs of the Marine Fisheries Commission and Wildlife Resources Commission annual report on the Marine Resources Fund and the Endowment Fund (GS 113‑175.6);
- OSBM annual report on the Solid Waste Management Loan Program (GS 159I‑29);
- Division of Air Quality annual report on air quality and emission reductions (SL 2002-4, sec 11, as amended);
- Division of Marine Fisheries annual report on the Shellfish Rehabilitation Program;
- DENR annual report on the Title V account (GS 13-215.3A(c));
- DENR annual report on the costs of implementing the Mining Act of 1971 (GS 74-54.1(c));
- DENR annual report on fisheries management plans (GS 113-182.1(e));
- DENR Advisory Committee annual report on the coordination of waterfront access (SL 2007-485, sec. 2.3);
- DENR annual report on the one‑stop permitting program and express permitting program (GS 143B‑279.15).
Effective when the act becomes law.
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