The state Senate and House have appointed conferees to work on an agreeable version of SB 382, the bill that would compel Durham to let 751 South hook onto the city water-sewer system.
Last week, the Senate voted not to concur in a House-approved version of the bill.
State Rep. Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, is chairman of a seven-member House contingent. Moore wrote the provision that would bar cities from denying water and sewer extensions to property outside their city limits but within a designated "urban growth area."
Along with Moore are Paul Stam, R-Wake; John Blust, R-Guilford; William Brisson, D-Bladen; Rodney Moore, D-Mecklenburg; Bryan Holloway, R-Rockingham; and Stephen LaRoque, R-Lenoir.
From the Senate are Tom Apodaca, R-Buncombe, who sponsored SB 382 in its original form pertaining to withholding taxes; Jerry Tillman, R-Randolph; and Fletcher Hartsell, R-Cabarrus.
The committee has not scheduled a meeting.