Bill Summary for H 366 (2021-2022)

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Apr 20 2021

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House Bill 366 (Public) Filed Tuesday, March 23, 2021
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FURTHER REGULATORY RELIEF TO THE CITIZENS OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Intro. by Yarborough, Bradford, Moffitt, Riddell.

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House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes.

Section 1

Further amends GS 14-234, which prohibits specified public officials from benefiting from public contracts, with exceptions. Amends the exception provided in subsection (d1), expanding the exception by increasing the threshold to trigger applicability of the statute's prohibitions to include the specified public officials of villages, towns, and cities having a population of no more than 20,000 (was 15,000), so long as the existing specified criteria are met. 

Section 10

Revises the proposed changes to GS 72-1 to include recreational vehicle parks and campgrounds in the types of lodging an innkeeper must provide suitable accommodations for persons accepted as guests. Includes rental of an accommodation in a recreational vehicle park or campground to the same guest or occupant for fewer than 90 consecutive days in the newly defined term transient occupancy. Makes technical changes to the Section.

Section 12

Eliminates the proposed changes to GS 130A-343(j) regarding approval of a wastewater system using expanded polystyrene synthetic aggregate particles as a septic effluent dispersal medium.

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