Bill Summary for H 911 (2021)

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Aug 11 2021

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House Bill 911 (Public) Filed Monday, May 10, 2021
AN ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REGULATORY RELIEF TO THE CITIZENS OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Intro. by Riddell, Bradford, Moffitt, Yarborough.

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House amendments make further changes to the 3rd edition as follows.

Amendment #4 establishes the 10-member House Select Study Committee on Developmental Permitting and Fees (Committee) to create a list of all permits issued by the Department of Environmental Quality that regulate public or private development and make seven described determinations from that list, in addition to addressing any other issues that the Committee deems appropriate. Determinations required include (1) how the permits interact with international, federal, and State law; (2) if administration could be better streamlined; and (3) if supplemental fees are necessary to cover the costs related to incomplete or inaccurate permit applications. Provides for member appointment by the Speaker of the House, monthly meetings, member expenses, and staffing. Requires the Committee to hold one meeting in each of the three regions of the State. Requires the Committee to report to the NCGA within 10 days of the convening of the 2022 Regular Session, at which time the Committee terminates. 

Amendment #5 amends GS 143C-6-23, which requires the Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM) to adopt rules to ensure the uniform administration of State grants by all grantor State agencies and grantees or subgrantees, specifically establishing procedures for disbursements of State grants and for State agency oversight, monitoring, and evaluation of grantees and subgrantees. Eliminates the following from the required content of such policies and procedures. No longer requires the mandatory periodic reporting requirements to require grantees and subgrantees to file copies of reports and statements filed with State agencies with the State Auditor. Eliminates the requirement for State agencies to annually submit a list to the State Auditor of grantees to which the agency disbursed grant funds in the prior fiscal year; eliminates the coordinating provision that requires grantees and subgrantees to ensure that work papers in the possession of their auditors are available to the State Auditor for compliance monitoring. 

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