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Environment

Senate Bill 131 - Regulatory Reform Act '16/'17

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Environment

Senate Bill 131 - Regulatory Reform Act '16/'17

The legislative analysis for this bill is provided by
North Carolina Conservation Network
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At a glance
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Doubles amount of stream damage before mitigating
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Last update
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June 12, 2017
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This is a deregulation bill and a net loss for the environment in North Carolina.

The bills asks to formally request a change from the Army Corps of Engineers that would double the length of stream damage before mitigation requirements kick in from 150 feet to 300 feet.

It allows sand dredged from shoals offshore from the capes to be used in beach renourishment even if it doesn’t meet state requirements making sure it is compatible.

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