Bill Summaries: S75 ONSLOW PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP.

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  • Summary date: May 1 2013 - More information

    A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY OF ONSLOW TO ENTER INTO A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP. Enacted May 1, 2013. Effective May 1, 2013.


  • Summary date: Mar 13 2013 - More information

    Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

    Adds a number of whereas clauses focused on theinability of Onslow County's current human services facilities to meet the county's human services needs, andthe lack of resources to construct new facilities to meet those needs. Adds additional definitions for terms as used in this act and clarifies the definition for a "public-privateproject." Limitsthe county's authorization to entering into one public-private project that includes, without limitation, social services, public health, and human services functions. Clarifies that the county may enter into binding contracts with one or more municipalities within the county or one or more private-developers, or both, on or before June 30, 2017.

    Requires a private developer to provide a payment bond for construction work in accordance with specifications in the act.

    Adds a number of bonding provisions regarding bond requirements for development contracts, action on bonds, bond content, limitations on a surety, a payment bond form and other details and regulations regarding bonds.

    Provides that Onslow County can determine its programming needs for human services functions and directs the county to advertise for interested parties to submit qualifications for possible selection as the private developer. Makes additional technical and clarifying changes.


  • Summary date: Feb 7 2013 - More information

    As title indicates, authorizes the Onslow County Board of Commissioners to enter into public-private projects, defined as capital projects comprised of one or more buildings or improvements and including both public and private facilities. Sets out requirements for contracts, property acquisition and disposition, and other details related to the projects.


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