The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources are seeking input from the public about any local ordinances that might interfere with the state agencies’ own regulations.
Section 32 of the Regulatory Reform Act of 2014 passed by the General Assembly in August, requires both departments to report on “any local ordinances that impinge on or interfere with any area subject to regulation by the Department(s)” by Nov. 1. The legislation also directed the two departments to seek public input regarding such ordinances.
The departments are accepting comments through Oct. 15.
Section 32 of the Regulatory Reform Act of 2014 can be viewed on the North Carolina General Assembly's website.
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Steve Troxler, Commissioner of Agriculture