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AN ACT TO AMEND ACT 745 OF 1967, RELATING TO RENEWABLE WATER RESOURCES (REWA) FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE WESTERN CAROLINA REGIONAL SEWER AUTHORITY, TO REVISE THE MEMBERSHIP OF ITS GOVERNING COMMISSION TO REMOVE ONE MEMBER FROM SPARTANBURG COUNTY AND TO ADD ONE MEMBER FROM GREENVILLE COUNTY, AND TO AMEND THE SERVICE TERRITORY OF REWA'S SERVICE AREA.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:
SECTION 1. Section 2.8 of Act 745 of 1967, as last amended by Act 284 of 2018, is amended to read:
"Section 2.8. Notwithstanding another provision of law, the boundary lines that define the service territory of the Renewable Water Resources (ReWa), formerly the Western Carolina Regional Sewer Authority, are hereby expanded to include an area labeled the 'Enoree Basin' area of Spartanburg County, which is shown on a map filed with the Renewable Water Resources Commission as provided and maintained by the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office and designated as document 'ReWa Service Area -
2018 2020 Attachment A'. The General Assembly provides that this document is the document of record delineating the service territory of the Renewable Water Resources."
SECTION 2. Section 3(C) of Act 745 of 1967, as last amended by Act 284 of 2018, is amended to read:
"(C) One member must be from Anderson County, one member from Laurens County, and
two members one member from Spartanburg County. Seven Eight members must be from Greenville County.
(1) The Anderson and Laurens County Delegations shall each recommend one member for appointment to the Governor. The initial terms of the members from Anderson County and Laurens County must be designated in the original appointments.
(2) The Spartanburg County Delegation shall recommend for appointment to the Governor
two members one member of the Commission from Spartanburg County. The initial term of the member from Spartanburg County must be designated in the original appointment. The initial term of the second member from Spartanburg County shall expire on December 1, 2022, and thereafter his successors shall be appointed in the same manner of original appointment for terms of four years each and until their successors are appointed and qualify."
SECTION 3. This act takes effect upon approval by the Governor.
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