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28697
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A report by the North Carolina Local Government Performance Measurement Project reviews the various ways in which jurisdictions are using performance and cost data, and presents examples of practical applications of data use for service or process improvement.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 31, Oct 2000, p1-4, f
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28708
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A number of issues have arisen regarding parking regulations in North Carolina. Since the early 1950s, the number of registered vehicles in the state has tripled, with a consequent increase in the congestion that parking regulations seek to alleviate.
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Local Government Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7830 A15 L6), Vol. Issue 18, Dec 1979, p1-6, f
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22033
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This bulletin gives an overview of the revenue-neutral rate calculation and provides answers to ten frequently asked questions from local officials. The 2003 NC General Assembly added a subsection known as G.S. 159-11 \"which requires each taxing unit to publish a revenue-neutral property tax rate as part of its budget for the year following the reevaluation of its real property.\" While the mandate is clear, there are few details given on how to accomplish it.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 39, Aug 2009, p8, il, f
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28699
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The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners publishes the effective tax rates for all state counties each year. This bulletin discusses the application of G.S. 159-11(e), which requires each taxing unit to disclose a revenue-neutral tax rate in its annual operating budget after a reappraisal year.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 32, Nov 2004, p1-6, f
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Record #:
28704
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Local governments in North Carolina Project use project development financing or tax increment financing in their efforts to improve blighted, deteriorated, or economically depressed areas and promote economic and community development. This bulletin explains the purposes of project development and discusses various policy implications underlying its use.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 35, Oct 2006, p1-14, il, f
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28707
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This bulletin incorporates 2008 legislative changes and summarizes the major provisions of the 2007 and 2008 Medicaid funding reform legislation. The bulletin looks at both the individual effect of these provisions and their collective impact on counties, municipalities, and local school administrative units.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 38, Sept 2008, p1-19, f
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Record #:
28706
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This bulletin provides an overview of the various legislative provisions for North Carolina local expenditures on Medicaid and the local sales tax scheme.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 37, Feb 2008, p1-15, f
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8034
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Profit-sharing and other incentive plans are considered good business in the corporate world. These cannot be done in the public sector because governments have no profits to share. However, local governments in North Carolina and around the country are experimenting with gainsharing. The authors describe gainsharing and distinguish it from profit-sharing. Four North Carolina local governments have introduced gainsharing plans: Charlotte, High Point, Pitt County, and Zebulon.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 71 Issue 3, Spring/Summer 2006, p31-37, il, f
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28705
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This bulletin explains the purposes of project development or tax increment financing, discusses various policy implications underlying its use, and describes how it became available to North Carolina local governments. It also outlines the statutorily prescribed steps for using project development financing, incorporating the 2007 amendments, and provides an example of how it might work in practice.
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Local Finance Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7888 .L62), Vol. Issue 36, Nov 2007, p1-15, il, f
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