AN ACT TO MAKE TECHNICAL AND CLARIFYING CHANGES TO THE DUPLIN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF DUPLIN COUNTY, TO PROVIDE THAT VACANCIES ON THE HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AND SCHOOL BOARD ARE FILLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH G.S. 153A-27.1 AND G.S. 115C-37.1, AND TO PROVIDE THAT ANY EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT FOR CERTAIN LOCAL OFFICIALS IN HARNETT COUNTY MUST BE DONE BY UNANIMOUS VOTE IN CERTAIN INSTANCES. Enacted June 12, 2014. Effective June 12, 2014.
Summary date: Jun 12 2014 - More information
Summary date: May 28 2014 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edtion:
Changes the long title.
Provides that vacancies on the Harnett County Board of Commissioners and School Board are to be filled pursuant to the provisions in GS 153A-27.1(h) and 115C-37.1(d). Provides that the changes proposed to GS 153A-27.1(h) and GS 115C-37.1(d) only apply to the county of Harnett.
Amends GS 115C-47(13) to provide that if the election of the superintendent by the local board occurs within seven months before the meeting in which newly elected members of the local board qualify pursuant to GS 115C-37(d), the election and terms must be by unanimous vote of the local board. Only applies to the county of Harnett.
Also amends GS 153A-81 to provide that if the appointment of the manager by the board of commissioners occurs within seven months before the meeting in which newly elected members of the board take the oath of office under GS 153A-26, the appointment and terms must be by unanimous vote of the board of commissioners. Only applies to the county of Harnett.
Summary date: May 15 2014 - More information
Repeals Sections 2 and 7 of SL 1987-966 (containing outdated provisions concerning members of the Duplin County Board of Commissioners and Board of Education). Amends Section 3 and Section 4 of SL 1987-966 to clarify the makeup and the terms of the Duplin County Board of Comissioners and Duplin County Board of Education. Makes additional clarifying changes.
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