Bill Summaries: H1154 GREATER ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY.

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  • Summary date: Jun 10 2020 - More information

    AN ACT FURTHER STAGGERING THE TERMS OF SOME MEMBERS OF THE GREATER ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE INCREASED CONTINUITY OF SERVICE ON THE AUTHORITY. SL 2020-11. Enacted June 10, 2020. Effective June 10, 2020. 


  • Summary date: May 19 2020 - More information

    Amends Section 1.4 of SL 2012-121, as amended, by deleting outdated language related to members serving as Asheville Regional Airport Authority members when the act became law, those with terms that expired in 2012, and those with terms that expired in 2014.

    Requires the following appointments to the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority. (1) One member appointed by majority vote of the other six members of the Authority appointed to a term beginning on July 1, 2020, and expiring on June 30, 2021. Requires, upon the expiration of the one-year term, that one member be appointed by majority vote of the other six members of the Authority to serve a four-year term. (2) One registered voter of the City of Asheville appointed by the Asheville City Council appointed to a term beginning on July 1, 2020, and expiring on June 30, 2023. Requires, upon the expiration of the three-year term, appointment of one registered voter of the City of Asheville by the Asheville City Council for a four-year term. (3) One registered voter of Henderson County appointed by the Board of Commissioners of Henderson County for a term beginning July 1, 2020, and expiring on June 30, 2023. Requires, upon the expiration of the three-year term, one registered voter of Henderson County to be appointed by the Board of Commissioners of Henderson County for a four-year term.

    Specifies that except as provided above, that Section of 1.4 of SL 2012-121, as amended, concerning membership of the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority, applies to the appointment of members who are appointed in this act. 


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