South Carolina Director of Natural Resources
|South Carolina Director of Natural Resources|
|Office website:||Official Link|
|2012-2013 FY Budget:||$80,941,407|
|Authority:||South Carolina Code, Section 48-4-10|
|Selection Method:||Appointed by the governing board|
|Name:||Alvin A. Taylor|
|Assumed office:||December 8, 2011|
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The Department of Natural Resources was organized on July 1, 1994. It combined the former Wildlife and Marine Resources Department, Water Resources Commission (non-regulatory programs), Land Resources Commission (non-regulatory programs), State Geological Survey (State Geologist), and S.C. Migratory Waterfowl Committee.
The current officeholder is Alvin A. Taylor. On December 8, 2011, the seven-member South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Board named Taylor Acting Director of the agency, and on March 17, 2012, he became the agency’s permanent Director.
The Department of Natural Resources is established in Section 48-4-10 of the South Carolina Code of Laws.
|The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is created to administer and enforce the laws of this State relating to wildlife, marine resources, and natural resources and other laws specifically assigned to it...|
There are no specific qualifications for director of natural resources.
The Director of Natural Resources is appointed by the governing board (who are appointed by the governor) upon the advice and consent of the Senate.
In the event of a vacancy the position is filled by the governing board upon the advice and consent of the Senate.
- See Energy policy in South Carolina for information on the state's energy portfolio and goals.
The director is responsible for the following boards and commissions:
- Geological Survey of the Research and Statistical Division of the Budget and Control Board
- State Land Resources Conservation Commission
- South Carolina Migratory Waterfowl Commission
- Water Resources Commission
- South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resources Commission
- Executive Office
- Land, Water and Conservation
- Law Enforcement
- Marine Resources
- Outreach and Support Services
- Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries
The budget for the Department of Natural Resources in Fiscal Year 2012-2013 was $80,941,407.
- See also: Compensation of state executive officers
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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Rembert C. Dennis Building
1000 Assembly Street
Columbia, SC 29201
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- South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, " History," accessed January 18, 2013
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- South Carolina Code of Laws," Title 48, Chapter 4," accessed January 18, 2013
- South Carolina Budget and Control Board, "Current Budget Plans FY 2013-2014," accessed April 9, 2013
- Council of State Governments, "SELECTED STATE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS: ANNUAL SALARIES," January 29, 2014
- The Council of State Governments, "The Book of States 2010 Table 4.11," accessed April 23, 2011