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Chapter 251

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  251.621.  Plan required, contents — findings required. — 1.  A regional economic development plan shall set forth in writing a general description of the program to be undertaken to accomplish the regional economic development projects and related objectives and shall include, but need not be limited to:

  (1)  The name, street and mailing address, and phone number of the chairman of the regional economic development district board;

  (2)  The street address or other description of the location of the development site;

  (3)  The estimated regional economic development project costs;

  (4)  The anticipated sources of funds to pay such regional economic development project costs;

  (5)  Evidence of the commitments to finance such regional economic development project costs;

  (6)  The anticipated type and term of the sources of funds to pay such regional economic development project costs;

  (7)  The anticipated type and terms of the obligations to be issued;

  (8)  The most recent equalized assessed valuation of the property within the regional economic development project area;

  (9)  An estimate as to the equalized assessed valuation after the regional economic development project area is developed in accordance with a regional economic development plan;

  (10)  The general land uses to apply in the regional economic development area;

  (11)  A list of community and economic benefits to result from the regional economic development project;

  (12)  A list of all development subsidies that any business benefitting from public expenditures in the regional economic development area has previously received for the project, and the name of any other granting body from which such subsidies are sought;

  (13)  A list of all other public investments made or to be made by this state or units of local government to support infrastructure or other needs generated by the project for which funding under the regional economic development district law is being sought;

  (14)  A market study for the regional economic development area; and

  (15)  A certification by the regional economic development district board as to the accuracy of the regional economic development plan.

  2.  The regional economic development plan may be adopted by a regional economic development district in reliance on findings that a reasonable person would believe:

  (1)  The regional economic development area has not been subject to growth and development through investment by private enterprise and would not reasonably be anticipated to be developed without the implementation of one or more regional economic development projects and the adoption of incremental tax financing;

  (2)  The estimated dates of the completion of such regional economic development project and retirement of obligations incurred to finance regional economic development project costs which shall not be more than twenty-five years from the adoption of the resolution approving any regional economic development project, provided that no resolution approving a regional economic development project shall be adopted later than fifteen years from the adoption of the resolution approving the regional economic development plan;

  (3)  The development plan contains a cost-benefit analysis showing the economic impact of the regional economic development plan on any municipality, county, regional economic development district, and school districts that are at least partially within the boundaries of the regional economic development area.  The analysis shall show the impact on the economy if the regional economic development projects are not built according to the regional economic development plan under consideration;

  (4)  The regional economic development plan does not include the initial development or redevelopment of any gambling establishment; and

  (5)  An economic feasibility analysis including a pro forma financial statement indicating the return on investment that may be expected without public assistance.  The financial statement shall detail any assumptions made, a pro forma statement analysis demonstrating the amount of assistance required to bring the return into a range deemed attractive to private investors, which amount shall not exceed the estimated reimbursable project costs.

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(L. 2007 H.B. 741)


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