Bill Summary for H 757 (2019-2020)
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AN ACT TO CONVEY CERTAIN STATE-OWNED LANDS TO PENDER COUNTY TO BE USED FOR A NEW JAIL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER AND TO CONVEY CERTAIN STATE-OWNED LANDS TO THE TOWN OF BUTNER.Intro. by C. Smith.
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Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Concerning the conveyance of State land to the Pender County Board of Commissioners for so long as it is used as a jail and law enforcement center, establishes that Pender County has a right-of-way between the described property and the Penderlea Highway across the property, owned by the State. Authorizes Pender County to grant a deed of trust or similar instrument related to the property in connection with the financing or refinancing of construction, acquisition, and equipping of the intended facility or the financing or refinancing of improvements, additions, or repairs to the property.
Requires the State to convey for $1 its rights, titles, and interests in the specified parcel of land, which is the former Umstead Correctional Center, to the Town of Butner.
Changes the effective date of the act to the date the act becomes law (was, effective July 1, 2019). Adds Part titles and makes conforming changes to the act's titles.