Catawba-Wateree Basin Advisory Commission

Catawba-Wateree Basin Advisory Commission

 

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The Catawba Wateree Basin Advisory Commission was created by session law 2004-83 and became effective July, 2004.

 

NC Article 8 River Basins Advisory Commissions G.S §§ 77-110-18

South Carolina Code of Laws

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Members

The Catawba Wateree River Basin Advisory Commission is composed of 15 members as follows:

  • Two members of the North Carolina House of Representatives whose districts include a part of the North Carolina portion of the river basin, to be appointed by the Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives.
  • Two members of the North Carolina Senate whose districts include a part of the North Carolina portion of the river basin, to be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the North Carolina Senate.
  • Two members of the South Carolina House of Representatives, to be appointed by the Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives.
  • Two members of the South Carolina Senate, to be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the South Carolina Senate.
  • One person from South Carolina representing a water or sewer municipal utility to be appointed by the South Carolina legislative members of the Commission.
  • One person from a nonprofit land conservation trust operating within the North Carolina portion of the river basin, appointed by the Governor of North Carolina.
  • The President of Duke Power or the President's designee.
  • The Chair of the Bi State Catawba River Task Force or the Chair's designee.
  • The Chief Executive Officer of Carolina's Partnership, Inc., or the Chief Executive Officer's designee.
  • One person to represent the following commissions, appointed jointly by the three chief executive officers of the commissions: the Lake Wylie Marine Commission established pursuant to Article 4 of Chapter 77 of the General Statutes, the Mountain Island Lake Marine Commission established pursuant to Article 6 of Chapter 77 of the General Statutes, and the Lake Norman Marine Commission established pursuant to Chapter 1089 of the 1969 Session Laws.
  • One member of a lake homeowner's association located on the Catawba/Wateree River whose members reside in South Carolina, to be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the South Carolina Senate.

List of Commission members as of December 2015

Meeting Agendas, Minutes/Summaries, and Presentations