Bill Summary for H 1105 (2019-2020)
- Business and Commerce
- Motor Vehicle
- Development, Land Use and Housing
- Building and Construction
- Community and Economic Development
- Property and Housing
- Elementary and Secondary Education
- Higher Education
- Cultural Resources and Museums
- Public Safety and Emergency Management
- State Agencies
- Community Colleges System Office
- UNC System
- Department of Administration
- Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (formerly Dept. of Cultural Resources)
- Department of Health and Human Services
- Department of Information Technology
- Department of Public Instruction
- Department of Public Safety
- Department of Revenue
- Department of Transportation
- Office of Information Technology Services
- Office of State Budget and Management
- Office of State Controller
- State Board of Education
- State Board of Elections
- Local Government
- Health and Human Services
- Health Care Facilities and Providers
- Health Insurance
- Public Health
- Mental Health
- Social Services
- Adult Services
- Child Welfare
- Public Assistance
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AN ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL AND REVISED USES FOR FEDERAL CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUNDS, TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR DISASTER RECOVERY, AND TO MAKE OTHER REVISIONS OF LAW.Intro. by Arp, Saine, B. Jones, Reives.
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Senate amendments make the following changes to the 4th edition.
Amendment #2 amends Section 4.7(b) of SL 2020-3 to also extend for five months the validity of inspection mechanic licenses that expire on or after March 1, 2020, and before the date 30 days after the date the Governor rescinds Executive Order No. 116 or issues another executive order lifting restrictions on Division of Motor Vehicles functions.
Amendment #4 amends the use of the $23 million allocated to OSBM in (114e) by amending the way those funds are to be allocated. Instead of an equal allocation, now requires that one-half of the funds be allocated to NCHCGA, one-quarter be allocated to NCSLA, and one-quarter be allocated to NCALA. Makes additional clarifying changes and requires that NCSLA and NCALA collaborate in assuring equitable distribution of materials to adult care homes and family care homes.
Amendment #6 deletes Section 37C of the act, concerning the term affiliate for determining impact of prior violations and compliance history on new and renewed adult care home licenses.
Amendment #10 amends Section 2.6 of the act by adding that if the Governor declares a State Type I Individual Assistance Disaster Declaration for Bertie County and Chowan, Halifax, Hertford, Martin, Northampton, and Washington counties, then $750,000 is reallocated and appropriated from the balance of the State Emergency Response and Disaster Relief Fund to provide assistance related to the EF-3 tornado in Bertie County due to Hurricane Isaias.
Amendment #11 decreases the allocation to YMCA of the Triangle Area, Inc., for the North Carolina Alliance of YMCAs, from $19,900,000, to $19,850,000. Adds an allocation of $50,000 to the Administrative Office of the Courts for a grant to Robeson County for eligible costs incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic by an existing innovative court pilot project.
Amendment #12 makes the following changes.
Corrects the name of the North Carolina Symphony Society, Incorporated.
No longer disqualifies businesses that have received other forms of federal or State coronavirus related aid from receiving grants from CAGC. Prohibits a grant recipient from using grant funds to pay for expenses that have been or will be covered under another coronavirus relief program.
Instead of allowing the cancellation of an agreement when a GREAT grant recipient fails to perform, allows the Office to cancel an agreement if the grant recipient reduces or proposes to reduce the scope of the project to the extent that the reduction would result in a lower score and reduced ranking for funding or the amount of state matching funds the project would receive. Makes conforming changes to GS 143B-1373(l).
Makes the changes to GS 143B-1373(a)(5) applicable to applications submitted on or after July 1, 2019 (was, on or before December 31, 2019).
Changes the expiration date of Section 3.19, concerning licensed soil scientists, so that it expires 90 days after Executive Order No. 116 is rescinded (no longer allowing for the later of that date or December 31, 2021).
Changes the due date of the report from State agencies on the exercise of regulatory flexibility required in Section 3.20 from October 1, 2021, to December 1, 2020. Requires the emergency rule and the specified subsections to expire 30 days after Executive Order 116 is rescinded or March 31, 2021 (was, December 31, 2021).
Extends the expiration date for any development approval that is current and valid at any point during the period beginning September 2, 2020, and ending 30 days after Executive Order No. 116 is rescinded (was, 30 days after it is rescinded or December 31, 2020, whichever is earlier), by 120 days. Provides that Section 3.21 does not affect any administrative consent order issued by the Department of Environmental Quality in effect or issued at any time from the effective date of this section to 30 days after Executive Order No. 116 is rescinded (was, or December 31, 2021, whichever is earlier). Makes Section 3.21 expire 30 days after Executive Order No. 116 is rescinded (was, or December 31, 2021, whichever is earlier).