Legislation Sponsored by Debra Conrad (7)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 7/9/2018

H 0111 EnactedWinston-Salem/Service by Publication Cost Debra Conrad
5/30/2017 Ch. SL 2017-20 SLG I SLG
Building Inspections Housing & Community Development Local Bills

Allows the City of Winston-Salem to place a lien on a residential property for the costs of serving complaints and orders of publication in housing code enforcement cases. (version 1)

H 0245 EnactedAmend W-S Charter/Certain Candidates Debra Conrad
6/28/2017 Ch. SL 2017-72 SLG I SLG
Elections Local Bills
Amends the City of Winston-Salem charter to conform the process of ballot access independent or non-partisan candidates for city council to that in state law, a process made necessary because the City elects its municipal representatives using partisan labels. (version 1)
H 0275 EnactedNo Stormwater Fees on Taxiways or Runways Debra Conrad
7/20/2017 Ch. SL 2017-132 Trans AENR
Taxation & Finance Utilities
Exempts airports from paying to cities a portion of a stormwater utility fee attributable to airport runways and taxiways, so long as the airport certifies that the exempt payment amount is spent for the purpose of attracting business to the airport. (version 1)
H 0958 MonitorPowell Bill for Parks/Tobaccoville Debra Conrad
5/21/2018 Ref To Com On State and Local Government I SLG I -
Local Bills Parks & Recreation Taxation & Finance Transportation
Companion Bill to SB 749
 

Expands the uses of Powell Bill funds beyond transportation to the “planning, construction, and maintenance of parks and recreation facilities” for the Town of Tobaccoville.

H 0971 EnactedWinston-Salem Deannexation Debra Conrad
6/25/2018 Ch. SL 2018-57 SLG II Fin
Annexation
Companion Bill to SB 752
 

As the title indicates, removes certain parcels from the corporate jurisdiction of the City of Winston-Salem.

H 0995 EnactedWinston-Salem/WC/Third-Party Admin Def Debra Conrad
6/29/2018 Ch. SL 2018-125 SLG I SLG
Budgeting & Fiscal Control General Government Local Bills

Exempts the City of Winston-Salem from having to register as a third-party administrator for the City’s transit system, thereby enabling the City to administer the system’s worker’s compensation program with less costs.

H 0996 MonitorWinston-Salem/Real Property Conveyances Debra Conrad
6/7/2018 Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate SLG I RulesOS
Housing & Community Development Local Bills
Companion Bill to SB 751
 

Exempts the City of Winston-Salem from having to register as a third-party administrator for the City’s transit system, thereby enabling the City to administer the system’s worker’s compensation program with less costs.

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