View Amendment Current Amendment: 13a to Bill 4100

Rep. ERICKSON proposes the following Amendment No. to H.4100 as Passed By The House


EXPLANATION: Provide for extension of pandemic related permits.

Amend the bill, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 372, after line 20, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/ (DHEC: Permit Extension) The expiration and any associated vested right of a critical area permit or navigable water permit issued by Department of Health and Environmental Control for the construction of a dock is extended until June 30, 2022, provided the permit is valid on July 1, 2021 or at any time during the previous eighteen months. This provision may not be construed or implemented to:

(1)extend a permit or approval issued by the United States or its agencies or instrumentalities; (2)extend a permit or approval for which the term or duration of the permit or approval is specified or determined pursuant to federal law;

(3)shorten the duration that a permit would have had in the absence of this provision;

(4)prohibit the granting of additional extensions provided by law;

(5)affect an administrative consent order issued by the department which is in effect on, or issued at any time from the effective date of this provision to June 30, 2022;

(6)affect the ability of a governmental entity to revoke or modify a permit pursuant to law;

(7)modify a requirement of law that is necessary to retain federal delegation by the State of South Carolina of the authority to implement a federal law or program; or

(8)affect department's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management permits issued pursuant to R.30 12(N) Access to Coastal Lands

Within thirty days after the effective date of this act, the department shall place a notice in the State Register noting the extension of expiration dates provided for in this provision. /

Amend totals and titles to conform.