§ 152.130  ORDINANCE TO APPLY TO PUBLICLY OWNED BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES.
   All of the provisions of this ordinance are applicable to the construction, alteration, moving and demolition by the State of North Carolina, its political subdivisions, agencies and instrumentalities, provided, however, that they shall not apply to interiors of buildings or structures owned by the State of North Carolina.  The state and its agencies shall have a right of appeal to the North Carolina Historical Commission or any successor agency assuming its responsibilities under G.S. § 121-12(a) from any of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings shall be the sole principles and guidelines used in reviewing applications of the state for Certificates of Appropriateness.  The decision of the Historical Commission shall be binding upon both the State and the Historic Preservation Commission.
(Ord. O-2002-46, passed 8-5-02)