Bill Summary for S 426 (2021-2022)

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Mar 31 2021

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Senate Bill 426 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 31, 2021
AN ACT TO ALLOW A LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO ENACT ORDINANCES FOR INCLUSIONARY ZONING AND AN IN-LIEU FEE REQUIREMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT TO SUPPLEMENT THE AVAILABILITY OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
Intro. by Mayfield, Salvador, Murdock.

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Amends GS 160D-102 by adding and defining the term inclusionary zoning, as it is used in GS Chapter 160D, as a requirement that a given share of new construction be affordable by persons and families with low and moderate income levels. Amends GS 160D-702 to allow a local government's zoning regulation to provide for inclusionary zoning and to include an in-lieu fee requirement for development.

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