AN ACT TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION TO BUILDING CODE PROVISIONS ALLOWING CONSTRUCTION OF A PARKING GARAGE TO EXTEND ACROSS A LOT LINE BETWEEN A CITY‑OWNED LOT AND A PRIVATELY OWNED LOT WITHOUT MEETING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS; TO RESTRICT THE STORMWATER RUNOFF REQUIREMENTS THAT A LOCAL GOVERNMENT CAN APPLY TO PUBLIC AIRPORTS; AND TO REVISE THE COMPOSITION OF THE LINCOLNTON‑LINCOLN AIRPORT AUTHORITY, TO NAME THE AIRPORT, AND TO NAME THE AIRFIELD WITHIN THE AIRPORT.
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Amends GS 93B-15.1(a), concerning the conditions a military-trained applicant must satisfy for occupational licensure in this State, to require that the applicant have no pending complaints in any jurisdiction for an act that would constitute grounds for refusal, suspension, or revocation of a license to practice that occupation in this State.
Amends GS 93B-15.1(b), concerning the conditions a military spouse must satisfy for occupational licensure in this State, to require that the military spouse have no pending complaints at the agency that had jurisdiction to issue the license, certification, or permit held by the military spouse.
No longer deletes the existing qualifications for issuing a temporary permit which require the license, certification, or registration standards from another jurisdiction to have substantially equivalent standards of an occupational licensing board in the State for an occupational licensing board to issue a temporary practice permit to a military-trained applicant or a military spouse licensed, certified or registered in another jurisdiction while that applicant or spouse is satisfying the requirements for licensure under this statute.
Adds that nothing in this statute prohibits a third party from charging actual costs to a military-trained applicant or military spouse for a service such as a background check. Makes clarifying changes to proposed subsection (k) concerning fees.
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