AN ACT TO ALLOW NET PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL AND
CULTURAL RESOURCES TO BE DEPOSITED INTO SPECIAL FUNDS TO BE USED FOR THE BENEFIT OF CERTAIN STATE HISTORIC SITES AND MUSEUMS AND TO REMOVE CERTAIN LAND FROM THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE.
House committee substitute amends the 1st edition as follows.
Modifies the added exceptions to the directives for the disposition net proceeds of the sale of State-owned lands under GS 146-30 regarding the net proceeds from the sale of land owned by or under the control of the Division of State Historic Sites and the Division of State History Museums in the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) and the net proceeds from the sale of land owned by or under the control of the Division of Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens in DNCR. Revises the language used to refer to real property rather than land. Revises the statutory cross-references used. Adds two further exceptions as follows. Directs the net proceeds derived from the sale of real property from the Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site owned by or under the control of the Division of State Historic Sites to be deposited in the Bentonville Battle Fund, used in accordance with the statute. Directs the net proceeds derived from the sale of real property from the NC Transportation Museum owned by or under the control of DNCR to be deposited in the NC Transportation Museum Fund, used in accordance with the statute (previously, both the Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site and the NC Transportation Museum were excluded from the new exception).
Adds the following content.
Makes conforming changes to GS 121-7.7 (governing the State Historic Sites and Museums Fund); GS 121-7.5 (governing the Bentonville Battlefield Fund); and GS 121-7.6 (governing the NC Transportation Museum Fund).
Amends GS 121-21.1, expanding the authorized uses of funds in the Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens Fund (Fund) to include the operation and interpretation at Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens. Expands the Fund makeup to include revenues derived from donations, gifts, devises, grants, and admission and fees collected at Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens (was, entrance fee receipts only), as well as the net proceeds derived from the sale of real property pursuant to the new exception in GS 146-30(d)(12).
Amends GS 143-260.10 to exclude the described parcel at Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens from the State Nature and Historic Preserve.
Changes the act's long title.
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