Bill Summary for H 1110 (2017-2018) (2017-2018)

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Dec 3 2018

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View NCGA Bill Details2017-2018 Session
House Bill 1110 (Local) Filed Wednesday, November 28, 2018
AN ACT TO CREATE A BOARD TO GOVERN THE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES PROVIDED TO PROPERTIES BY THE TEN-TEN (FAIRVIEW) RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT IN WAKE COUNTY.
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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

Changes the name of the fire protection district to the Ten-Ten (Fairview) (was, Fairview only) fire protection district. Adds that the proceeds of the reestablished tax collected within the boundaries of the Ten-Ten (Fairview) fire protection district, less the cost of administering and collecting the tax (not to exceed two percent) of the amount collected each year must be remitted to the special fund described in GS 69-25.7. Makes additional clarifying changes.

Amends GS 69-25.7 by reinstating the language deleted in the previous edition and limiting the scope of those provisions to fire protection in portions of Wake County excluding the Ten-Ten (Fairview) fire protection district. Makes organizational changes but retains the provisions requiring the special fund for the tax to be administered to provide protection within the Ten-Ten (Fairview) fire protection district by the Fairview Fire Protection District Commission with appointments and terms as previously specified. These provisions apply to the portion of Wake County designated as of the effective date of the act within the boundaries of the Ten-Ten (Fairview) fire protection district.

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