General assembly of north carolina 1985 session



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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA

1985 SESSION

CHAPTER 100

SENATE BILL 129


AN ACT TO PERMIT CRAVEN COUNTY TO CONSTRUCT AND LEASE A NATURAL GAS LINE AND PARTICIPATE IN CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRICAL POWER LINE.
Whereas, an industry has expressed considerable interest in locating a portion of its facilities in the Craven County Industrial Park; and

Whereas, that industry and other industries presently located and to be located in the Craven County Industrial Park desire and need natural gas, underground electrical service and water and sewer; and

Whereas, there is no statutory authority for counties to engage in the construction of natural gas lines and electrical lines; and

Whereas, Craven County must make a commitment to the industry considering locating in the Craven County Industrial Park that the natural gas line and underground electrical services will be provided; and

Whereas, Craven County desires to fund the construction of a natural gas line and to lease the same to the North Carolina Natural Gas Corporation on a long-term basis; and

Whereas, Craven County desires to participate with Carolina Power and Light Company in site preparation, grading, landscaping, construction and burying of underground electrical lines into the park; Now, therefore,


The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. Craven County may construct a natural gas line in and to the Craven County Industrial Park and lease the same to the North Carolina Natural Gas Corporation, its successors and assigns, and may participate with Carolina Power and Light Company in the site preparation, grading, landscaping, construction and burying of underground electrical power lines into the Craven County Industrial Park.

Sec. 2. Craven County may construct, improve, enlarge and otherwise provide utilities of any kind in and to the Craven County Industrial Park; provided that Craven County may not itself serve any occupant of the industrial park with electricity.



Sec. 3. This act is effective upon ratification.

In the General Assembly read three times and ratified, this the 16th day of April, 1985.


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