Posts Tagged ‘public benefit predominates’

A Look at North Carolina’s Constitutional Public Purpose Requirement

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

In a post describing the recently enacted legislation that (potentially) authorizes North Carolina local governments to establish revolving loan funds or impose special assessments in order to finance energy efficiency improvements and distributed generation renewable energy sources permanently affixed to private property, I indicated that one (of many) complicating factors is determining whether or not such […]