Amends the Durham City Charter, Chapter VII of SL 1975-671, by adding a new section that allows Durham to reimburse a nonmunicipal utility owner for utility relocation costs that exceed the dollar threshold in GS 143-129 (concerning the procedure for letting of public contracts) and GS 141-131(a) (appears to intend GS 143-131(a) concerning when counties, cities, towns and other subdivisions may let contracts on informal bids) without complying with the requirements of GS Chapter 143, Article 8 (governing public contracts).
Bill S 275 (2019-2020)Summary date: Mar 14 2019 - More information
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