HOUSE BILL 460
AN ACT TO CHANGE THE MANNER OF APPOINTMENT OF THE BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND TO REPEAL SPECIAL LEGISLATION DEALING WITH BONDS
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. Section 2 of Chapter 426, Public-Local Laws of 1941 is rewritten to read:
"Sec. 2. The Airport Authority shall consist of five members. One of the members shall be a resident voter of the City of Beaufort and shall be appointed by the City Commissioners of the City of Beaufort. One of the members shall be a resident voter of the City of Morehead City and shall be appointed by the City Commissioners of the City of Morehead City, and the other three members shall be from the county at large and shall be appointed by the Carteret County Board of Commissioners. The said members of the Airport Authority shall be appointed to serve for a period of two years. Each of the members and their successors so appointed shall take and subscribe before the Clerk of Superior Court, an oath of office and shall file the same with the Carteret County Board of Commissioners."
Sec. 2. Subdivision (5) of Section 4 of Chapter 426, Public-Local Laws of 1941 is repealed.
Sec. 3. Subdivision (1) of Section 4 of Chapter 426, Public-Local Laws of 1941 is amended by deleting all the material after the last semicolon and inserting the following in lieu thereof:
"to issue bonds as permitted by the Local Government Finance Act."
Sec. 4. This act is effective upon ratification. Section 1 of this act shall not invalidate any of the current appointments to the Beaufort-Morehead City Airport Authority, nor shall Section 1 of this act have any effect on any of the powers, duties, actions or decisions made by the current members of the Beaufort-Morehead City Airport Authority. Section 1 of this act shall apply as to vacancies currently existing on the Authority as of the effective date of this act as well as all vacancies which may occur hereafter on the Authority.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified, this the 18th day of May, 1981.