Bill Summary for S 36 (2021-2022)

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Feb 3 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021-2022 Session
Senate Bill 36 (Public) Filed Monday, February 1, 2021
AN ACT TO MAKE CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS TO 2020 COVID-19 RELIEF LEGISLATION.
Intro. by B. Jackson, Harrington, Hise.

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Senate amendment amends the 1st edition as follows.

Section 3.3

Modifies the proposed changes to Section 1.7 of SL 2020-4, as amended, to require the NC Pandemic Recovery Office (NCPRO) to include in its March 1, 2021, report the number of full-time equivalent positions established by State agencies with funds allocated from the Coronavirus Relief Fund (Fund) (previously, did not clarify establishment by State agencies). Changes the date of the monthly reporting requirement of NCPRO to the specified NCGA committee and division on allocations from the fund not fully expended as of December 30, 2020, to begin reporting on April 10, 2021, rather than April 1, 2021. 

Section 5

Regarding the appropriation of and authorization to use funds received from federal grants authorized under the federal Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, for COVID-19 Vaccine Preparedness, for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund II, and for Emergency Rental Assistance, names the Office of Recovery and Resiliency, Department of Public Safety and the Office of State Budget and Management as the responsible agencies for the Emergency Rental Assistance program (was, the Office of Recovery and Resiliency only).

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