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No Reportable Findings In Financial Audit of Perquimans County Clerk Of Superior Court PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Monday, 06 July 2015 08:43

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - The state Auditor's Office has given a clean bill of health to the Perquimans County Clerk of Superior Court following a financial audit of the area.

In results released last week, the report's conclusion states:

"Based on the results of audit procedures described in the Methodology section of this report, auditors did not identify deficiencies in internal control and/or instances of noncompliance that are considered reportable under Government Auditing Standards."

The audit details can be found at http://www.ncauditor.net/EPSWeb/Reports/FiscalControl/FCA-2015-2171.pdf.
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Burke County Trail Officially Added To State Parks System PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Thursday, 25 June 2015 05:06

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - A bill authorizing the addition of the Fonta Flora Loop Trail in Burke County to the State Parks System is among those signed into law this week by Gov. Pat McCrory.

House Bill 39 impacts the Fonta Flora Loop Trail. The full bill text  can be found at ncleg.net.

Other bills signed this week:

S.B. 7 - A bill allowing food stands to provide tables and chairs for customers to use while consuming drinks or food upon the premises, and authorizing pushcarts or mobile food units to prepare and serve food on the premises, provided that they are based from a commissary or restaurant located on the premises of a facility containing three thousand permanent seats.
 
S.B. 716 - A bill directing the North Carolina Utilities Commission to render an expedited decision, under certain conditions, on an application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity for an applicant to construct a generating facility that uses natural gas as the primary fuel. A bill modifying certain requirements under the Coal Ash Management Act of 2014 for coal ash surface impoundments located on sites at which all coal-fired generating units present on those sites will permanently cease operations by January 31, 2020.
 
S.B. 621 - A bill authorizing the Division of Motor Vehicles to send motor vehicle registration renewal notification by electronic means upon receiving written consent from the owner of the motor vehicle.
S.B. 488 - A bill amending the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act and making changes to the administration of Child Support Services that will result in more effective and efficient collection and payment of child support to families.
 
H.B. 812 - A bill ensuring that information on grant funds awarded by state agencies is readily available on state agency websites.
 
H.B. 86 - A bill requiring the Department of Transportation to pay the non-betterment cost of relocating water and sewer lines owned by local boards of education.
 
 
S.B. 301 - A bill exempting the Department of Transportation from the required approval of the Council of State when purchasing contaminated property, as recommended by the Department of Transportation.
 
S.B. 596 - A bill clarifying the existing law regarding the enforcement of foreign-country judgments.
 
S.B. 682 - A bill limiting the use of contingent-based contracts for audit or assessment purposes.
 
H.B. 154 - A bill authorizing units of local government to enroll their employees and departments in the State Health Plan.
 
S.B. 212 - A bill allowing successful completion by a retired sworn law enforcement officer of the handgun qualifications for active sworn law enforcement officers to be sufficient for purposes of a concealed handgun permit. 

 
7 Counties To Benefit From Critical Time Intervention Grant Funding PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 05:38

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - Seven North Carolina counties are getting support for transitioning adults with mental illness back into their communities through grant funding, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

Critical Time Intervention is a focused, time-limited approach to case management that connects people with community supports as they transition into housing from homelessness, or from institutional settings, such as prisons and hospitals, into ongoing community-based services.

Federal block grant funds, dedicated to the Crisis Solutions Initiative, have been awarded to the four LME/MCO’s in the amount of $365,000 each for State Fiscal Year 2015 and 2016 to establish the service.

Recipients and impacted areas are:

Cumberland County: Alliance Behavioral Healthcare will focus on individuals being released from jail.

New Hanover and Onslow Counties: CoastalCare will focus on individuals who are frequently in crisis in emergency departments.

Gaston County: Partners Behavioral Health Management will focus on individuals who have serious mental illness with housing needs, including those in transition from adult care and other congregate settings.

Alamance and Person Counties: Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions will focus on sustaining and expanding the existing Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust grant-funded team with expansion targeted to rural communities.

More information is available at http://crisissolutionsnc.org/, a website of the state's Health and Human Services department.

 
Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz to Tout Infrastructure Bond Package Impact On Coast PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Tuesday, 23 June 2015 05:26

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - If a $1.5 billion infrastructure bond is approved by voters, the popular Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum on the coast of North Carolina would be in line for $3.5 million. That will be the message Thursday delivered by
N.C. Department of Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz hosts a discussion of the bond package at the museum.

The museum is named for shipwrecks that play a major role in the area's history. Most well known among the subject matter is Blackbeard's Queen Anne's Revenge.

Breakdown of the Infrastructure Bond:

    $1.48 billion

    101 projects

    64 counties

    Estimated 15,600 jobs created

    Selected by strategic priority

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 05:29
 
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