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  99.1027.  Developmental plan, contents, adoption of, procedure. — 1.  A development plan shall set forth in writing a general description of the program to be undertaken to accomplish the 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 mayor or chief executive officer of the municipality;

  (2)  The street address of the development site;

  (3)  The three-digit North American Industry Classification System number or numbers characterizing the development project;

  (4)  The estimated development project costs;

  (5)  The anticipated sources of funds to pay such development project costs;

  (6)  Evidence of the commitments to finance such development project costs;

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

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

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

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

  (11)  The general land uses to apply in the development area;

  (12)  The total number of individuals employed in the development area, categorized by full-time, part-time, and temporary positions;

  (13)  The total number of full-time equivalent positions in the development area;

  (14)  The current gross wages, state income tax withholdings, and federal income tax withholdings for individuals employed in the development area;

  (15)  The total number of individuals employed in this state by the corporate parent of any business benefitting from public expenditures in the development area, and all subsidiaries thereof, as of December thirty-first of the prior fiscal year, categorized by full-time, part-time, and temporary positions;

  (16)  The number of new jobs to be created by any business benefitting from public expenditures in the development area, categorized by full-time, part-time, and temporary positions;

  (17)  The average hourly wage to be paid to all current and new employees at the project site, categorized by full-time, part-time, and temporary positions;

  (18)  For project sites located in a metropolitan statistical area, as defined by the federal Office of Management and Budget, the average hourly wage paid to nonmanagerial employees in this state for the industries involved at the project, as established by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics;

  (19)  For project sites located outside of metropolitan statistical areas, the average weekly wage paid to nonmanagerial employees in the county for industries involved at the project, as established by the United States Department of Commerce;

  (20)  A list of other community and economic benefits to result from the project;

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

  (22)  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 the funding pursuant to this act* is being sought;

  (23)  A statement as to whether the development project may reduce employment at any other site, within or without of the state, resulting from automation, merger, acquisition, corporate restructuring, relocation, or other business activity;

  (24)  A statement as to whether or not the project involves the relocation of work from another address and if so, the number of jobs to be relocated and the address from which they are to be relocated;

  (25)  A list of businesses that are competing with the business benefitting from the development plan in the county containing the development area and in each contiguous county;

  (26)  A market study for the development area; and

  (27)  A certification by the chief officer of the applicant as to the accuracy of the development plan.

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

  (1)  The 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 development projects and the adoption of local and state development financing;

  (2)  The development plan conforms to the comprehensive plan for the development of the municipality as a whole;

  (3)  The estimated dates, which shall not be more than twenty-five years from the adoption of the ordinance approving any development project, of the completion of such development project and retirement of obligations incurred to finance development project costs have been stated, provided that no ordinance approving a development project shall be adopted later than fifteen years from the adoption of the ordinance approving the development plan and provided that no property for a development project shall be acquired by eminent domain later than ten years from the adoption of the ordinance approving such development plan;

  (4)  In the event any business or residence is to be relocated as a direct result of the implementation of the development plan, a plan has been developed for relocation assistance for businesses and residences;

  (5)  A cost-benefit analysis showing the economic impact of the development plan on the municipality and school districts that are at least partially within the boundaries of the development area.  The analysis shall show the impact on the economy if the development projects are not built pursuant to the development plan under consideration.  The cost-benefit analysis shall include a fiscal impact study on each municipality and school district which is at least partially within the boundaries of the development area, and sufficient information from the authority to evaluate whether each development project as proposed is financially feasible; and

  (6)  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. 2003 H.B. 289)

*"This act" (H.B. 289, 2003) contained numerous sections.  Consult Disposition of Sections table for a definitive listing.


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