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.
House committee substitute deletes all of the provisions of the 2nd edition and now provides the following.
Changes the act's long title.
Creates the Ten-Ten (Fairview) Fire Protection Oversight Board (Board), charged with governing the fire protection services provided to properties located within the Ten-Ten (Fairview) rural fire protection district in Wake County, as the district existed on July 1, 2018. Provides for member appointment to the Board, with initial members required to be appointed on or before March 1, 2019. Requires the Wake County Board of Commissioners to separately account for the fire district taxes levied and collected on the described properties and furnish the Board the information upon request. Requires the Board to submit recommendations to the Wake County Commissioners regarding the annual budget and provision of services on or before April 30 of each fiscal year. Requires the Wake County Commissioners to include the Board's recommendations in its adopted budget and execute any recommended contracts. Directs the Wake County Commissioners to continue providing the same fire protection services to the properties located within the described district in the same manner as it is provided on the date the act becomes law for the remainder of the 2018-19 fiscal year. Applies to Wake County only.
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