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  70.853.  New net public fiscal benefit, how determined — duties of office of administration — state auditor to conduct annual audit, reports made to whom. — 1.  The new net public fiscal benefit arising from a qualifying project shall be the net additional tax and other revenues accruing to the state and the participating counties and cities, respectively, as a direct or indirect result of the new economic activity generated by the planning, construction, operation and use after January 1, 1989, of such qualifying project and any expansion after January 1, 1989, of a related facility owned or operated by any political subdivision, public agency, public body or other public entity, or any combination thereof, which facility shall be or is being operated jointly with the project.  The taxes and other revenues to be included in determining the new net public fiscal benefit shall be net of any revenue caused to be lost or shifted by the project and shall include, but not be limited to, taxes paid by and other revenues derived from employees, independent contractors and other persons and companies engaging or participating in or related to the planning, engineering, construction, ownership, use, leasing and operation of such projects and related facilities, sales taxes attributable to construction of such projects and to ticket, concession and other sales at, or related to, such projects and related facilities, hotel, motel, restaurant and similar taxes as a result of attendance at events at such projects and related facilities or otherwise, and revenue from any indirect increase in economic activity and employment as a result of the construction, ownership, use, leasing and operation of such projects and related facilities.

  2.  The final determination of the new net public fiscal benefit for each fiscal year of the state and each participating county and city shall be made by the office of administration, with the assistance, if required, of an independent consultant at the cost of the qualifying project, at the close of each such fiscal year, and shall be based on the new net public fiscal benefit accruing to each of the state and participating counties and cities in such fiscal year of each of them.  Such determination shall be made for each of the state and participating counties and cities at the close of the fiscal year in which the planning of the project is commenced and at the close of each such fiscal year thereafter as provided in any contract, agreement, lease or sublease referred to in section 70.851.  Any such determination of the new net public fiscal benefit made in accordance with such contract, agreement, lease or sublease and law shall be binding on the parties thereto.

  3.  The determination of such new net public fiscal benefit shall take into account out-of-state resident use of the projects and related facilities, out-of-state resident spending based on International Association of Convention and Visitors Bureau standards, and direct and indirect fiscal benefit calculated on the economic impact forecast system part of the environmental technical information system of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.  Alternatively, this portion, or any other portion of such new net public fiscal benefit, may be determined in accordance with specific procedures and criteria established pursuant to any contract, agreement, lease or sublease referred to in section 70.851 so long as such procedures and criteria take into account the factors described in this section.

  4.  The state auditor shall conduct an annual audit of all accounts and transactions of the authority pursuant to section 29.200 and such other special audits, including audits of participating cities and counties, as he may deem necessary.  The auditor and his agents conducting an audit shall have access and authority to examine any and all records of the authority and any participating city and county.  All audit reports shall be presented to the general assembly pursuant to section 181.100 and to the authority, participating cities and counties, the governor, the commissioner, the state treasurer, and the attorney general.

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(L. 1989 S.B. 295 & 312 § 29)


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