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Title VI COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION GOVERNMENT

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  70.856.  Separate trust funds established for participating counties and cities — credit to funds, share of taxes collected, amount — credit to begin when — adjustment to credits, when — disbursement, how made — unappropriated balance in funds at end of fiscal year, how credited — rents, fees or charges not to be a debt of state, city or county and obligate tax levy. — 1.  An amount equal to one-fourth of the rent, fees or other charges payable by each of the state and any participating counties and cities pursuant to any contract, agreement, lease or sublease referred to in section 70.851, subject to the limits provided in such section, shall be credited from the general revenue of each of the state and such participating counties and cities no less frequently than quarterly during each fiscal year to a fund established by each of them in the name of such project.

  2.  For any contract, agreement, lease or sublease under the authority of this act*, the department of revenue shall establish a separate trust fund for each participating county and city and the department of revenue shall, on a quarterly basis, credit to such funds from the share of the regular and special sales taxes imposed by the participating counties and cities and collected by the department of revenue on behalf of such participating counties and cities, an amount equal to one-fourth of the rent, fees or charges payable by such counties and cities.

  3.  The credits provided in this section shall commence at the time provided in the contract, agreement, lease or sublease, and the amount of such credit shall be established pursuant to such contract, agreement, lease or sublease.  Appropriate adjustments to such credits shall be made annually at the time and in the manner provided in the contract, agreement, lease or sublease based on the final calculation by the office of administration of the new net public fiscal benefit in order to comply with the provisions of section 70.851.

  4.  Any rents or other fees or charges under any contract, agreement, lease or sublease referred to in section 70.851 pursuant to which the state and any counties or cities are participating in a qualifying project shall be subject to annual appropriation by the state or any county or city and may be paid in such installments as provided therein.  Upon receipt by the department of revenue of evidence that any such appropriation has been made by a participating county or city for which the department of revenue holds a trust fund as described above, and if the department of revenue is directed pursuant to the appropriation ordinance to disburse amounts held in such funds for the payment of such rents, fees, or charges, the department of revenue shall make such disbursements, which may be in periodic installments, as directed in such appropriation ordinance.  Unappropriated balances of the adjusted amounts remaining at the end of each fiscal year of the state and any participating counties and cities in any fund established pursuant to this section shall be credited to the general revenue of each of the state and such participating counties and cities, as applicable.

  5.  The rent, fees or charges under any contract, agreement, lease or sublease may be credited and paid from the proceeds of any new or increased taxes that the state or any participating county or city may now or hereafter enact pursuant to law.  In the event any such new or increased taxes are enacted by a participating county or city and used for the payment of such rent, fees or charges, the proceeds of such taxes shall be added to the new net public fiscal benefit, calculated pursuant to section 70.853, received by the recipient of such proceeds, in the amount necessary to enable such recipient to pay its rent, fees or charges.  In the event any new or increased taxes are enacted by the state for economic development purposes, the proceeds of such taxes shall be added to the new net public fiscal benefit, calculated pursuant to section 70.853, received by the state, in the amount necessary to enable the state to pay its rent, fees or charges.  Any such new or increased taxes shall not increase the maximum obligation of the state or any participating county or city pursuant to this act* or pursuant to any contract, agreement, lease or sublease.

  6.  Any such rents, fees or charges shall not constitute a debt, liability or obligation of the state or any such county or city, or any other political subdivision, within the meaning of any constitutional or statutory provision, and shall not, directly, indirectly or contingently, obligate the state or such county or city, or any other political subdivision, to levy any form of taxation therefor or to make any appropriation for their payment.

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(L. 1989 S.B. 295 & 312 § 30)

*"This act" (S.B. 295 & 312, 1989) contained numerous sections. Consult Disposition of Sections table for a definitive listing.


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