Legislation Sponsored by Andrew Brock (4)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 7/9/2018

S 0082 EnactedAchieving Business Efficiencies Andrew Brock
7/25/2017 Ch. SL 2017-185 RulesCOH Fin
Taxation & Finance

Companion bill to HB 59 

Proposes technical changes to the state’s tax and revenue laws. (version 1)

S 0261 EnactedKannapolis Deannexation Andrew Brock
6/30/2017 Ch. SL 2017-84 RulesCOH SLG
Annexation Local Bills
Companion bill HB 262
As the title indicates, removes certain parcels from the corporate jurisdiction of the Town of Kannapolis. (version 1)
S 0371 MonitorBuilding Code Regulatory Reform Andrew Brock
4/10/2017 Re-ref to Agriculture/Environment/Natural Resources. If fav, re-ref to Commerce and Insurance. If fav, re-ref to Rules and Operations of the Senate -AENR
Building Inspections Local Government
Companion bill to HB 252
Makes changes to state laws governing local building inspections of residential dwellings, including expanding current law to allow any licensed architect or licensed engineer, or a person under the direct supervisory control of a licensed architect or licensed engineer, to perform inspections under the Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings. Mandates that all local building inspection departments create a process for informal internal reviews of inspection decisions made by the department’s inspectors, along with a five-year annual reporting requirement to the Joint Legislative Committee on Local Government. Removes the requirement for a separate irrigation meter under certain circumstances involving septic tanks or other innovative on-site wastewater systems.

(version 1)

S 0611 MonitorMitigation Services Amendments Andrew Brock
4/5/2017 Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate -RulesOS
Environment Parks & Recreation Planning & Land Use Transportation Utilities
Companion bill to HB 557

Makes significant changes to current law that requires governments and private entities to mitigate for environmental harms caused by development activities. Limits these entities to utilizing only private mitigation banks, unless doing so is not practicable. In that case, allows payment of a fee into the state’s Ecosystem Restoration Fund or mitigation completed by the entity, which is a narrowed set of options as compared to current law. In any event, phases out payments allowed to the Fund for land-disturbing activities in the Neuse and Cape Fear river basins, leaving only private mitigation banks as the mitigation credit option in those basins except for one exception granted to NCDOT. Allows a phase-out of the Fund in other river basins at the option of the Department of Environmental Quality. Changes the manner of fee calculation for mitigation credits purchased from the Fund. (version 1)

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