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  99.1090.  Application to department for approval of project costs, approval procedure — rulemaking authority. — 1.  A municipality shall submit an application to the department of economic development for review and determination as to approval of the disbursement of the project costs of one or more redevelopment projects from the downtown revitalization preservation fund.  The department of economic development shall forward the application to the commissioner of the office of administration for approval.  In no event shall any approval authorize a disbursement of one or more redevelopment projects from the downtown revitalization preservation fund which exceeds the allowable amount of other net new revenues derived from the redevelopment area.  An application submitted to the department of economic development shall contain the following, in addition to the items set forth in section 99.1086:

  (1)  An estimate that one hundred percent of the local sales tax increment deposited to the special allocation fund must and will be used to pay redevelopment project costs or obligations issued to finance redevelopment project costs to achieve the objectives of the redevelopment plan;

  (2)  Identification of the existing businesses located within the redevelopment project area and the redevelopment area;

  (3)  The aggregate baseline year amount of state sales tax revenues reported by existing businesses within the redevelopment project area.  Provisions of section 32.057 notwithstanding, municipalities will provide this information to the department of revenue for verification.  The department of revenue will verify the information provided by the municipalities within forty-five days of receiving a request for such verification from a municipality;

  (4)  An estimate of the state sales tax increment within the redevelopment project area after redevelopment.  The department of economic development shall have the discretion to exempt smaller projects from this requirement;

  (5)  An affidavit that is signed by the developer or developers attesting that the provision of subdivision (2) of subsection 2 of section 99.1086 has been met;

  (6)  The amounts and types of other net new revenues sought by the applicant to be disbursed from the downtown revitalization preservation fund over the term of the redevelopment plan;

  (7)  The methodologies and underlying assumptions used in determining the estimate of the state sales tax increment; and

  (8)  Any other information reasonably requested by the department of economic development.

  2.  The department of economic development shall make all reasonable efforts to process applications within a reasonable amount of time.

  3.  The department of economic development shall make a determination regarding the application for a certificate allowing disbursements from the downtown revitalization preservation fund and shall forward such determination to the commissioner of the office of administration.  In no event shall the amount of disbursements from the downtown revitalization preservation fund approved for a project, in addition to any other state economic redevelopment funding or other state incentives, exceed the projected state benefit of the redevelopment project, as determined by the department of economic development through a cost-benefit analysis.  Any political subdivision located either wholly or partially within the redevelopment area shall be permitted to submit information to the department of economic development for consideration in its cost-benefit analysis.  Upon approval of downtown revitalization preservation financing, a certificate of approval shall be issued by the department of economic development containing the terms and limitations of the disbursement.

  4.  At no time shall the annual amount of other net new revenues approved for disbursements from the downtown revitalization preservation fund exceed fifteen million dollars.

  5.  Redevelopment projects receiving disbursements from the downtown revitalization preservation fund shall be limited to receiving such disbursements for twenty-five years.  The approved term notwithstanding, downtown revitalization preservation financing shall terminate when redevelopment financing for a redevelopment project is terminated by a municipality.

  6.  The municipality shall deposit payments received from the downtown revitalization preservation redevelopment fund in a separate segregated account for other net new revenues within the special allocation fund.

  7.  Redevelopment project costs may include, at the prerogative of the state, the portion of salaries and expenses of the department of economic development and the department of revenue reasonably allocable to each redevelopment project approved for disbursements from the downtown revitalization preservation fund for the ongoing administrative functions associated with such redevelopment project.  Such amounts shall be recovered from new state revenues deposited into the downtown revitalization preservation fund created under section 99.1092.

  8.  A redevelopment project approved for downtown revitalization preservation financing shall not thereafter elect to receive tax increment financing under the real property tax increment allocation redevelopment act, sections 99.800 to 99.865, and continue to receive downtown revitalization financing under sections 99.1080 to 99.1092.

  9.  The department of economic development may establish the procedures and standards for the determination and approval of applications by the promulgation of rules and publish forms to implement the provisions of this section and section 99.1092.

  10.  Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section and section 99.1092 shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section, section 99.1092, and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly under chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date, or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2005, shall be invalid and void.

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(L. 2005 H.B. 58 merged with S.B. 210)


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