Bill Summary for H 181 (2021)

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Aug 24 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021
House Bill 181 (Public) Filed Thursday, February 25, 2021
Intro. by Adams, Yarborough, Wray.

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Senate committee substitute to the 6th edition makes the following changes.

Deletes the proposed changes to GS 143C-8-12, which would have allowed the Wildlife Resources Commission to approve expenditures for a capital project of the Wildlife Resources Commission if (1) the project will be funded entirely with agency receipts or federal funds and (2) any operating costs associated with the project will be paid entirely with agency receipts or federal funds. Instead, authorizes the following capital projects to be funded with receipts or from other non-General Fund and non-State Capital and Infrastructure Fund sources available to the Wildlife Resources Commission, in the specified amounts: (1) funded in both 2021-22 and 2022-23--Land Acquisition and Boating Access Areas Repairs & Renovations; (2) funded in 2021-22--Infrastructure Repairs & Renovations, Setzer Hatchery Renovation, Samarcand Training Facility, New Bern Depot Boat Storage Building, Marion Aquaculture Building, Elizabethtown Depot Equipment Storage Building, McKinney Lake Residence, Sandhills Depot Equipment Storage Building, District 7 Storage Building - Wilkesboro, Burnsville Depot, Balsam Depot Renovation, and Game Land Improvements; and (3) funded in 2022-23--Morganton Depot Equipment Storage Building, Mills River Depot Equipment Storage Building, Caswell Depot Equipment Storage Building, and Rhems Depot Equipment Storage Building.

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