View Amendment Current Amendment: 3083R002.SRM.docx to Bill 3083     Senator S. MARTIN proposed the following amendment (3083R002.SRM):
    Amend the bill, as and if amended, by adding an appropriately numbered SECTION:
/     SECTION __.     Section 48-59-75 of the 1976 Code is amended to read:

    "Section 48-59-75.         In a fiscal year when the General Assembly in the annual general appropriations act provides less appropriations than what was provided for the previous year to at least one-half of the state agencies or departments contained therein the act or in any year when the Budget and Control Board orders across the board cuts to state agencies and departments in the manner provided by law, no further transfer of deed recording fees or ten cents of the one dollar thirty-cent state deed recording fee must be credited to the South Carolina Conservation Bank Trust Fund and no other appropriated funds, state or local, may be credited to the trust fund for the fiscal year or balance of the fiscal year, but existing balances in the trust fund may be used as provided by Chapter 59 of Title 48 of the 1976 Code."         /

    Amend the bill further, as and if amended,     by adding an appropriately numbered SECTION:
/     SECTION __. Section 48-59-70(O) of the 1976 Code is amended to read.

    "(O)(1)     Trust funds may not be used to acquire interest in land downzoned within three years of the application unless the interest is sold for the predownzoning value or current value, whichever is greater. However, this requirement is waived if the owner of the downzoned property agrees to accept a lesser amount.
        (2)     If the owner of an interest in land which is the subject of an application for acquisition with trust funds proves to the satisfaction of the board that intentional and improper acts of planning, zoning, or other regulatory officials resulted in substantial delay or denial of a lawful permit or permission to develop the interest in land and the permit or permission was requested by the owner before the application, then the value of the interest in land is deemed to be its value as if those permits or permissions were granted unless the owner of the interest agrees to a lesser value in writing. An owner aggrieved by the decision of the board with respect to this item may appeal to the Administrative Law Judge Division where the matter must be heard as a contested case.
        (3)     State funds may not be used for any project or group associated with the implementation or promotion of the United Nations Agenda 21."             /
    Renumber sections to conform.
    Amend title to conform.