Bill Summaries: H 240 ALBEMARLE/CITY LABOR FOR BUSINESS CTR.

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  • Summary date: Jun 27 2019 - More information

    AN ACT TO ALLOW THE CITY OF ALBEMARLE TO USE CITY LABOR FOR CERTAIN WORK RELATED TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF A BUSINESS CENTER WITHOUT REGARD TO THE DOLLAR VALUE OF THE LABOR. SL 2019-65. Enacted June 27, 2019. Effective June 27, 2019.


  • Summary date: Apr 29 2019 - More information

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

    Modifies and adds to the act, which authorizes the City of Albemarle to use qualified labor on the permanent payroll of the City for work related to the construction of a business center and exempts the work from the dollar limitations of GS 143-125 and the provisions of Article 8, GS Chapter 143, concerning public contracts. Makes organizational changes. Now also exempts from the provisions of Article 8, GS Chapter 143, and allows Albemarle to use qualified labor on the City's permanent payroll for the installation of any water or sewer line other than a trunk line owned and maintained by the City. Additionally makes the work subject to GS 143-128.2 (Construction, design, and operation of solid waste management and sludge management facilities) and GS 143-128.3 (Exemption of General Assembly from certain purchasing requirements). Adds a sunset provision of December 31, 2028.


  • Summary date: Feb 28 2019 - More information

    Authorizes the City of Albermarle to use qualified labor on the permanent payroll of the City for work related to the construction of a business center. Exempts the work from the dollar limitations of GS 143-125 and the provisions of Article 8, GS Chapter 143, concerning public contracts. Requires compliance with the provisions of GS 143-129, which requires bidding for the purchase of apparatus, supplies, materials, and equipment. 


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