AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE ADDITION OF PISGAH VIEW STATE PARK TO THE STATE PARKS SYSTEM AND TO CLARIFY THE STATUTES DEALING WITH CONSERVATION CORPS NORTH CAROLINA. SL 2019-138. Enacted July 19, 2019. Effective July 19, 2019.
Bill s 535 (2019-2020)Summary date: Jul 22 2019 - More information
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Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Adds whereas clauses. Adds that the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources is authorized to add Pisgah View State Park to the State Parks System. Allows the State to receive donations of land and allows for the purchase of other needed lands for the Pisgah View State Park with existing funds in the Clean Water Management Trust Fund, the Parks and Recreation Trust Fund, the federal Land and Water Trust Fund, and other available sources of funding.
Bill S 535 (2019-2020)Summary date: Apr 4 2019 - More information
Amends GS 143-58.7 to clarify that State entities are authorized to contract with Conservation Corps of North Carolina (previously referred to the North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps) to perform certain conservation projects in State parks, State Forests, and other State-owned facilities so long as the projects provide direct public benefits and offer youth and young adults of the State a structured program connecting them to natural resources and teaching them specified skills and responsibilities.
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