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Title VI COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION GOVERNMENT

Chapter 67

< > Effective - 28 Aug 2021, 2 histories, see footnote bottom

  67.2815.  Assessment contract or levy of special assessment, requirements — maximum assessment — assessment to be a lien, when — right of first refusal, when — applicability for PACE program projects. — 1.  A clean energy development board shall not enter into an assessment contract or levy or collect a special assessment for a project without making a finding that there are sufficient resources to complete the project and that the estimated economic benefit expected from the project during the financing period is equal to or greater than the cost of the project.

  2.  An assessment contract shall be executed by the clean energy development board and the benefitted property owner or property owners and shall provide:

  (1)  A description of the project, including the estimated cost of the project and details on how the project will either reduce energy consumption or create energy from renewable sources;

  (2)  A mechanism for:

  (a)  Verifying the final costs of the project upon its completion; and

  (b)  Ensuring that any amounts advanced or otherwise paid by the clean energy development board toward costs of the project will not exceed the final cost of the project;

  (3)  An acknowledgment by the property owner that the property owner has received or will receive a special benefit by financing a project through the clean energy development board that equals or exceeds the total assessments due under the assessment contract;

  (4)  An agreement by the property owner to pay annual special assessments for a period not to exceed twenty years, as specified in the assessment contract;

  (5)  A statement that the obligations set forth in the assessment contract, including the obligation to pay annual special assessments, are a covenant that shall run with the land and be obligations upon future owners of such property; and

  (6)  An acknowledgment that no subdivision of property subject to the assessment contract shall be valid unless the assessment contract or an amendment thereof divides the total annual special assessment due between the newly subdivided parcels pro rata to the special benefit realized by each subdivided parcel.

  3.  The total special assessments levied against a property under an assessment contract shall not exceed the sum of the cost of the project, including any required energy audits and inspections, or portion thereof financed through the participation in a property assessed clean energy program or clean energy conduit financing, including the costs of any audits or inspections required by the clean energy development board, plus such administration fees, interest, and other financing costs reasonably required by the clean energy development board.

  4.  The clean energy development board shall provide a copy of each signed assessment contract to the local assessor and collector for the county, or city not within a county, and shall cause a copy of such assessment contract to be recorded in the real estate records of the recorder of deeds for the county, or city not within a county.

  5.  Special assessments agreed to under an assessment contract shall be a lien on the property against which it is assessed on behalf of the applicable clean energy development board from the date that each annual assessment under the assessment contract becomes due.  Such special assessments shall be collected by the collector for the county, or city not within a county, in the same manner and with the same priority as ad valorem real property taxes, subject to the provisions of subsection 8* of this section.  Once collected, the collector for the county, or city not within a county, shall pay over such special assessment revenues to the clean energy development board in the same manner in which revenues from ad valorem real property taxes are paid to other taxing districts.  Such special assessments shall be collected as provided in this subsection from all subsequent property owners, including the state and all political subdivisions thereof, for the term of the assessment contract.

  6.  Any clean energy development board that contracts for outside administrative services to provide financing origination for a project shall offer the right of first refusal to enter into such a contract to a federally insured depository institution with a physical presence in Missouri upon the same terms and conditions as would otherwise be approved by the clean energy development board.  Such right of first refusal shall not be applicable to the origination of any transaction that involves the issuance of bonds by the clean energy development board.

  7.  Sections 67.2816, 67.2817, 67.2818, and 67.2819 shall apply only to PACE programs for projects to improve residential properties of four or fewer units.  Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, any clean energy development board formed to improve commercial properties, properties owned by nonprofit or not-for-profit entities, governmental properties, or nonresidential properties in excess of four residential units shall be exempt from the provisions of sections 67.2816, 67.2817, 67.2818, and 67.2819, nor shall such sections apply to the commercial PACE programs and commercial PACE assessment contracts of any clean energy development board engaged in both commercial and residential property programs.  Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, any clean energy development board that ceases to finance new projects to improve residential properties of four or fewer units before January 1, 2022, shall be exempt from the provisions of sections 67.2816, 67.2817, 67.2818, and 67.2819.

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(L. 2010 H.B. 1692, et al., A.L. 2021 H.B. 697)

*Subsection 8 does not exist.


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