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Little seems to be written down beyond a few sentences in the state budget setting aside six figures in taxpayer money to get the project rolling.
Legislators who helped get that funding disagree on whether the state would also cover the much higher future costs to build and operate the facility.
Pricey Harrison, D-Guilford, who was one of the first to question the aquarium project.
"He questions every thing in the budget that smells of pork." Harrison called the aquarium a boondoggle and said the state needs to better fund existing locations if it has money to build a new one.
"Yes, it would be good for my community, for my project.
The overriding idea is to build something good for Pender County." Millis has said he wanted only to study the idea, not authorize architectural work, as the legislature did in his absence Thursday. Bill Rabon, who also represents the area and holds sway as chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, said the language needed clarification so the project could move forward.
That Millis worked to include the project in the budget took some of his colleagues by surprise.
"This is just so out of character for him," said Rep.
It was a technical corrections bill, making dozens of unrelated changes.
Trask said he expects to "build the shell" of the proposed facility himself, then have the state outfit and operate the aquarium.
Legislators seeking more information about the project last week described rough plans for the state to rent the facility, or the land it would be built on, from Trask.
The issue came up again last week when lawmakers tweaked the budget so the money could be used not just for planning, but to draw up designs and seek construction permits.
In both cases, the budget language laid out a location for the new aquarium: Blake Farms, a mega-development put together by Raiford G. The facility has been described as a "satellite aquarium" with a focus on shellfish aquaculture.
Asked to clarify this Friday, Trask said he'd rather hash the matter out with his partners than discuss it in the media.