Legislation Sponsored by Patricia McElraft (4)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 7/9/2018

H 0056 EnactedAmend Environmental Laws Patricia McElraft
10/4/2017 Ch. SL 2017-209 Env AENR
Environment
Gives flexibility in assessing the condition of dams, such that non-licensed engineers may perform the work, at the discretion of the overseeing regulatory agency. (version 1)
H 0374 EnactedRegulatory Reform Act of 2018 Patricia McElraft
6/27/2018 Ch. SL 2018-114 SLG II Fin
Budgeting & Fiscal Control Environment Planning & Land Use Transportation
Regulatory Reform Act of 2018

Places into law numerous unrelated provisions. Of interest to cities, adds an additional topic to an ongoing legislative water/sewer enterprise study, requiring an investigation into the authority for mandatory connections of certain subdivision-level water/sewer systems. Also requires a study of a limited universe of state-delegated stormwater programs by the state’s top environmental regulatory commission. Finally, restores a budget provision that prevents cities from requiring schools to pay for transportation improvements as part of the land use approval process for those developments.

H 0459 MonitorCarteret Local Option Sales Tax for Dredging Patricia McElraft
6/16/2017 Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate SLG II RulesOS
Economic Development Local Bills Taxation & Finance
Allows Carteret County to levy a ¼-cent local sales tax, by referendum, for dredging and waterway maintenance. Repeals the levy once collections reach $20 million. (version 1)
H 1018 MonitorCarteret County/Regulate Navigable Waters Patricia McElraft
5/28/2018 Ref To Com On State and Local Government I SLG I -
Local Bills Planning & Land Use Transportation

Grants Carteret County and the municipalities within the county the ability to implement regulations related to use of navigable waterways in their jurisdiction. These regulations would be akin to traditional land use regulations, such as size and placement of piers, docks, and other objects in the waterways, prohibitions on habitation of vessels on the water, and environmental protection of the waterways. These regulations would also be similar to traditional traffic safety regulations, such as mooring and speed of vessels. The regulations would not override existing state regulations of similar matters.

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