Legislation Sponsored by Jeffery Tarte (6)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 10/17/2017

S 0005 MonitorMecklenburg/Police Countywide Jurisdiction Jeffery Tarte
6/22/2017 Ch. SL 2017-42 RulesCOH SLG
Local Bills Public Safety
Expands the jurisdiction of the police departments of certain Mecklenburg County towns to unincorporated areas of the county, under certain circumstances. (version 1)
S 0006 MonitorCornelius Annexation Jeffery Tarte
6/28/2017 Ch. SL 2017-70 SLG I SLG
Annexation Local Bills

Adds certain property to the jurisdiction of the Town of Cornelius (version 1)

S 0304 MonitorRequired Financial Audits Jeffery Tarte
3/28/2017 Senate - Re-ref Com On Appropriations/Base Budget --
Budgeting & Fiscal Control
Requires all local governments to additionally submit to the State Auditor, General Assembly, and Governor, audits they already submit tonthe Local Government Commission. (version 1)
S 0363 HighMachinery Act Update Jeffery Tarte
3/23/2017 Senate - Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate --
Taxation & Finance

Proposes dramatic changes to the current system of property appraisal for tax purposes, forcing local governments to accept the appraisal amount determined by a taxpayer’s appraiser. Also directs the taxpayer’s appraisal to be used in any subsequent appeals to the NC Property Tax Commission. (version 1)

S 0396 HighSpecial Separation Allowance for Firefighters Jeffery Tarte
3/28/2017 Senate - Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate --
Budgeting & Fiscal Control Personnel
Companion Bill to HB 340

Creates a new benefit for state and local firefighters, akin to the current special separation allowance for law enforcement officers, which requires employers to pay qualifying firefighters an extra amount for the time period between qualifying retirement and the retiree reaching 62 years of age. (version 1)

 

S 0504 MonitorEducational Property Definition/Firearms Jeffery Tarte
3/30/2017 Senate - Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate --
Parks & Recreation Public Safety

Among other changes, allows concealed or open carry of guns, rifles, pistols, or other firearms of any kind, for persons participating in a school’s extracurricular activities, so long as that activity occurs in a public place, such as a public park. (version 1)

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