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  70.851.  Contracts, leases or subleases to provide rent or fees subject to annual appropriation, amount — proportionate share paid by state, limitation — state's share to increase, when — rent or fees insufficient to discharge obligations, procedure — contracts or leases, how executed. — 1.  The state and any participating counties and cities may participate in a qualifying project pursuant to a contract, agreement, lease or sublease with any county, city, political subdivision, public authority or public entity or otherwise as provided by law owning or operating the qualifying project for a term not to exceed the term of any bond or other indebtedness issued to fund construction of the project or for thirty-five years, whichever is less.  Such contract, agreement, lease or sublease shall provide that the state and any participating counties and cities as applicable, shall pay rent or other fees or charges, subject to annual appropriation, in an amount equal to the total obligations of the owner or operator of the project in connection with the financing and preservation thereof.  The amount paid by each shall not exceed its new net public fiscal benefit hereinafter defined in section 70.853.  The proportionate share of such rent, fees or charges paid by the state shall not exceed fifty percent of such obligations and the balance of such obligations shall be divided equally between or among the participating counties and cities; provided, however, that if a participating county or city shall not pay all of its share because its new net public fiscal benefit is less than its share of the payments, the proportionate share paid by the state shall increase to not more than sixty percent of such obligations to offset such difference.  The obligations of the owner or operator of the project in connection with the preservation thereof to be used in the calculation of the rent, fees or charges to be paid pursuant to such contract, agreement, lease or sublease shall be those obligations set forth in the documents executed in connection with and necessary to secure the financing of the project and shall be limited in each fiscal year of the state to two percent of the total project cost.  Any such contract, agreement, lease or sublease entered into with respect to a qualifying project shall contain for each fiscal year of the project, a limit, expressed in dollars, on the amount of rents, fees or charges payable by each of the state and any participating county or city.  It may further provide that the owner of the project and the state and such participating counties and cities, or any combination thereof, will mortgage, pledge, assign, convey or grant security in any interest which they may have in such project.  Any such rent, fees or charges shall be paid in accordance with the procedure established in section 70.856 and in any such contract, agreement, lease or sublease.

  2.  In the event any rent, fees or charges provided for in a contract, agreement, lease or sublease described in subsection 1 of this section are insufficient to discharge the obligations of the owner or operator of a qualifying project in connection with the financing and maintenance of such project, the user, tenant or lessee that secured a letter of credit, policy of insurance or guaranty securing payment of any bonds or other indebtedness issued to fund construction of the project shall deposit such shortfall with the owner or operator of the project at such time or times as are necessary to discharge such obligations.

  3.  The state and any participating counties or cities that choose to participate in any qualifying project shall enter into a contract, agreement, lease or sublease for such purpose, which shall be executed by the chief executive or administrative officer of the state and approved by the board of public buildings, and shall be executed by the chief executive or administrative officer of the county or city and approved by the adoption of a resolution or ordinance by the governing body of each county and city.

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(L. 1989 S.B. 295 & 312 § 28)


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