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Rule Readoption: State Natural and Scenic Rivers

Proposed rule readoption

The Division of Parks and Recreation is proposing to readopt without changes its rules on state natural and scenic rivers.

The Natural and Scenic Rivers Act of 1971 (G.S. 143B-135.140 through G.S. 143B-135.172) institutes a North Carolina natural and scenic rivers system and prescribes methods for inclusion of components to the system from time to time. At present, segments of four rivers have been designated as components of the system: the New River in Ashe and Alleghany counties; the Linville River in Avery and Burke counties; the Horsepasture River in Transylvania County; and the Lumber River in Hoke, Scotland, Robeson and Columbus counties.

The existing rules adequately describe criteria for designation and management of natural and scenic river areas, and no changes to the rules are proposed. The rules are submitted for readoption without changes.

 

Text of proposed rule readoption
 

07 NCAC 13F is proposed for readoption without changes.

SUBCHAPTER 13F -  NATURAL AND SCENIC RIVERS PROGRAM

 

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How to comment on proposed rule readoption

Public comments on the proposed rule readoption are welcome.

  • Comments will be accepted online or by regular mail until December 2, 2019.
     
  • A public hearing has been scheduled to hear comments on this proposed rule readoption:
    • Date: October 16, 2019
      Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
      Location: DNCR Auditorium
      109 E. Jones St.
      Raleigh, NC 27601

 

To send a comment by regular mail, please mail to:

Rule Change Comments
NC Division of Parks and Recreation
Mail Service Center 1615
Raleigh, NC 27699-1615

 

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