|SB 0125||Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield Community Improvement District|
|LR Number:||0635L.04F||Fiscal Note:||0635-04|
|Committee:||Local Government and Economic Development|
|Last Action:||05/18/01 - S Calendar S Bills w/H Amendments (HS/HCS, as amend.)||Journal page:|
|Title:||HS HCS SB 125|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 2001|
HS/HCS/SB 125 - The act changes several provisions relating to political subdivisions.
COUNTY EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT FUND - Authorizes Boone County Circuit Court employees not belonging to LAGERS participate in CERF. (Section 50.1000)
This portion of the act is identical to SCS/SB 308 (2001) and is contained in the TAT SB 274 (2001).
BUILDING CODES - Authorizes any county to adopt a building code. Requires third classification counties to appoint a building commission. Any building code proposal must be approved by the voters in a third classification county.
This portion of the act is identical to Introduced HB 185 (2001) (Section 64.170 to 64.190)
SPECIAL USE PERMIT - Authorizes counties of the first classification not having a charter form of government to permit particular use in a specific district or districts. Requires a public hearing and recommendation by the county Planning and Zoning Commission before a special permit is issued. (Section 64.850)
PUBLIC NUISANCE - Allows Jefferson County to enact ordinances to reduce conditions on property which constitute a public nuisance.The ordinances may state that if the owner does not remove the nuisance within 7 days of notice, the building commissioner may have the condition eliminated. Cost will be certified to the county clerk or officer in charge of finance and considered added to the annual real estate tax bill for that property as a personal debt of the owner. (Section 67.398)
This portion of the act is similar to HB 804 (2001).
FIRE PROTECTION SALES TAX - Authorizes fire protection districts or municipalities to impose a voter approved sales tax. (Section 67.582)
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS - Authorizes the removal of property from the Springfield Community Improvement District, or relocation of property from a certain zone of designation in the CID to a different zone. A public hearing must be conducted and approval by the board is required. The district must be able to meet its financial obligations without the revenues from the proposed portion proposed to be removed. (Section 67.1442)
This portion of the act is identical to Introduced SB 125 (2001).
Establishes additional notice requirements for Community Improvement Districts that submit a sales tax to the voters of the district including; publishing notice of the election, providing mail-in ballots, mailing notice of election to all registered voters and real property owners.(Section 67.1545)
SPECIAL BUSINESS DISTRICT - Special Business District no longer has to mail notice by registered or certified mail with a receipt attached. (Section 71.794)
CITY MARSHALL - Removes Marshal from positions to be elected in third class cities if the city contracts with another entity for police service. This portion of the act is similar to HB 491 (2001) and SB 191 (2001). (Section 77.370)
MAYORAL SALARY - Requires that the Mayor of Blue Springs receive no less than 1/3 of the City Administrator's salary. (Section 81.265)
ANNEXATION - Prohibits the annexation of land located in Jackson County by a municipality on which the landowner is permitted to recover natural resources or operate a landfill. (Section 81.285)
PUBLIC NUISANCE - Kansas City is authorized to enact nuisance and property maintenance code ordinances to protect public and private property. Any violation of such ordinance will result in a fine not to exceed $1000.00 or imprisonment not to exceed twelve months, or both. (Section 82.300)
This portion of the act is contained in TAT SB 345 (2001).
EMERGENCY SERVICES - Increases the amount of reimbursement for TIF projects located in Emergency Services District from 25% to 50% of the district's tax increment. (Section 99.847)
ENTERPRISE ZONE - Adds hotels and motels operated in Salem (Dent County) to the list of businesses and activities which qualify as a "revenue-producing enterprise" for purposes of enterprise zone tax relief laws. The act explicitly prohibits eligibility of these hotels and motels for state Enterprise Zone tax credits, but allows them to be eligible for real property improvement exemptions, regardless of the number of new jobs created or maintained. Deletes duplicate section 135.200 from the RSMo. (Section 135.200)
This portion of the act is similar to HCS/SCS/SB 617 (2001).
TAX CREDITS - Current law requires that fifteen percent (15%) of the employees of a "new business facility described as Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 3751" must meet certain eligibility requirements in order for the new business facility to be granted the tax credits and exemptions available to a business located within an Enterprise Zone. Currently, the Harley-Davidson plant in Kansas City is the only SIC 3751 business located in the state of Missouri.
Broadens the class of employees who count toward achieving the fifteen-percent requirement, in that it allows Harley-Davidson to count current employees who resided within the Enterprise Zone on the initial date of their employment and for 90 days thereafter regardless of whether the employee continues to reside within the Enterprise Zone on the date of the count, as long as the employee continues to reside in Missouri. (Section 135.230)
This portion of the act is identical to SB 392 (2001). This portion of the act is contained in TAT HB 738 (2001) and TAT HB 453 (2001).
Limits the total amount of Missouri small business tax credits at one million dollars for certain enterprises which are engaged solely in pharmaceutical research and development. (Section 135.406)
DISTRESSED COMMUNITIES - Broadens the definition of "eligible residences" for purposes of tax credits for rehabilitation of residences in distressed communities to include a condominium or residence with a multiple residence structure or a structure containing multiple family residences. Also broadens the definition of "new residences" to include vacant agricultural/horticultural property that is within Christian or Greene Counties and is zoned residential. Broadens the definition of a "project" for purposes of tax credits for rehabilitation of residences in distressed communities to include a multiple residence structure or multiple individual structures.
New definition of Central Business District, which is an area in a municipality which is and traditionally has been the location of the principal business, commercial, financial, service and governmental center, zoned or used accordingly. (Section 135.478)
Increases (from 15% to 20%) the amount of eligible costs of a new residence, located in a distressed community or certain census block groups, which can be claimed as a Neighborhood Preservation tax credit. Keeps the tax credit at current law of $40,000 minimum tax credit which a taxpayer may claim within a 10-year period, per new residence. (Section 135.481)
Reduces (from $3 million to $1.5 million) the per-project maximum tax credits available for Rebuilding Communities & Neighborhood Preservation projects. Requires reallocation of unused tax credits. (Section 135.484)
Allows tax credits to be approved and issued upon substantial completion of each individual residence; rather than delaying approval and issuance until substantial completion of the entire project. (Section 135.487)
Reduces (from 2,500 to 500) the amount of population required of a low-income census block group or contiguous such groups to be eligible as a "distressed community". Further expands the definition of "distressed community" to include those areas within MSAs designated as a federal Empowerment Zone; or a federal Enhanced Enterprise Community; or a state Enterprise Zone which was designated as a state Enterprise Zone prior to 1/1/86. (Section 135.530)
PROPERTY ASSESSMENT - St. Louis City and all county assessors will provide a list to Tax Commission and each political subdivision authorized to impose ad valorem taxes on property of all property and assessed value for all property purchased after August 28, 2001, exempt from taxation, or generates rental income. Such political subdivision may seek payment for lost tax revenue. (Section 137.239)
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Authorizes the county commissioners of any county having a board of equalization to appoint two additional members to the board that are citizens of the county. (Section 138.010) Authorizes counties that have two additional citizen members to be compensated if agreed by the county commission. (Section 138.020)
FACULTY MEMBER ELECTED TO POLITICAL OFFICE - Authorizes any member of the faculty of University of Missouri to serve in a full-time or part-time political position, if the dean of the appropriate academic unit decides it is possible for such faculty member to perform academic duties and hold office. (Section 172.930)
FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) REGULATIONS - Any manufacturer or distributer are exempt from obtaining a license for distribution of soft drinks or beverages if the manufacturer satisfies FDA regulations. (Section 196.367)
NURSING HOME DISTRICT - Following the initial election of Nursing Home District Board of Directors, county commissions may choose to elect subsequent Nursing Home District Directors at large. Currently, county commissions divide the nursing home districts into six election districts and elect one director from each district to serve as a director for the nursing home district. (Section 198.280)
This portion of the act is similar to HB 881 (2001) and SB 491 (2001).
LITTLE BLUE COMMON SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES - Allows the Little Blue Common Sewer District Board of trustees to increase its membership from seven to eight and alters the membership of the board. (Section 204.300)
BOARD MAKEUP- Current law requires one member to be the county executive. Two mayors from a city which is not one of the four largest users and is a member of the advisory board of the district. Current law requires three members of the advisory board of the district established pursuant to Section 204.310 to serve on the board of trustees.
Four members will be the mayors of the four cities constituting the largest users by flow during the previous fiscal year. Current law does not have these members.
One member of the county legislature. Current law requires three members of the county legislature to serve on the board.
The act clarifies that the membership of the board of trustees will increase to nine if the district extends into any county bordering the county in which the greater portion of the district lies and the presiding commissioner or county executive of the adjoining county will be an additional member. Current law already allows the presiding commissioner or county executive of the adjoining county to be an additional member of the board.
BOND APPROVAL - Changes the approval required for issuing bonds by all common sewer district from four-sevenths to a majority of the voters of the sewer district who vote on the question.
This act provides another option that allows the common sewer district to issue bonds if approved by the written assent of three-quarters of the customers of the sewer district. (Section 204.370)
This portion of the act is similar to SB 624 (2001), SB 591 (2001) and is contained in TAT HB 501 (2001).
ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT - Authorizes the State Auditor to audit the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District. (Section 204.640)
PUBLIC CEMETERIES - The act provides that abandoned public cemetery lots revert to the public cemetery. In order to qualify as abandoned, the title of the lot must be vested in the owner for at least fifty years.
The governing body of the cemetery must serve notice upon the lot owner if the lot owner is a resident of the county in which the cemetery is located. If the lot owner is not a resident of the county in which the cemetery is located, the governing body may have the notice published for two weeks in a newspaper of general circulation within the county.
If no one claims to be the lot owner within the time specified on the summons or published notice, the cemetery lot will be deemed abandoned and the governing body may bring an action in the appropriate circuit court to terminate the rights of the parties, in such court, and the abandoned cemetery lots revert to the governing body of the cemetery.
This act does not apply to any lot in any cemetery where a perpetual care contract has been entered into by the lot owner and the cemetery, county, city, town or village. (Section 214.030)
This portion of the act is identical to TAT HB 408 (2001) and similar to SB 618 (2001).
REGIONAL JAIL DISTRICT SALES TAX - Regional jail district commissioners of a district located in Caldwell County, DeKalb County or Daviess County are authorized to place a sales tax on retail sales in the district of 1/8th, 1/4th, 3/8ths, or 1/2 of one percent on the ballot which will provide funding for jail services, jail facilities, court facilities and equipment. The tax requires approval of a majority of voters in the district.
Current law allows counties to form regional jail districts by action of the county commissioners of member counties. (Section 221.407 to Section 221.425)
This portion of the act is similar to SB 14 (2001) and HB 642 (2001).
PAGE EXTENSION BRIDGE - Names the Page Extension bridge the "Veterans Memorial Bridge". (Section 227.319)
ROAD DISTRICT - Authorizes the disincorporation of a Road District in Jasper County. (Section 233.298)
KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY - If a vacancy occurs, the Chair of the Jackson County Legislature will appoint a commissioner to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority. Current law, requires the county executive to fill such vacancy. (Section 238.060)
DRAINAGE DISTRICT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - Allows property owners within a Drainage District to delegate representation and voting before the Board of Supervisors of such district. (Section 242.010) Allows the president of the Board of Supervisors to be a resident of a county adjoining the district. (Section 242.200) Allows the physical office of the treasurer of the Board of Supervisors to be located in the county adjoining the county in which the district is situated. (Section 242.210)
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DISTRICTS - This portion of the act provides for the ability to enter into an agreement and the resolution of disputes regarding water service to property annexed into a political subdivision that is also located in a water district. (Section 247.165)
This portion of the act is similar to SCS/HB 581 (2001)
Requires Public Water Supply District to obtain the approval of the Public Service Commission before acquiring the assets of any water corporation or sewer corporation. (Section 247.213)
Authorizes any city, town or village to contract with a private or public water company to terminate water services if the customer fails to pay city's sewer bill. (Section 250.236)
This portion of the act is contained in TAT HB 501 (2001).
LANDFILL FEE - Any second, third or fourth Classification county may impose a landfill fee upon voter approval. (Section 260.830) Expands the uses for the landfill fee to include construction and maintenance for roads directly affected by a landfill within the county. (Section 260.831)
NOXIOUS WEED ERADICATION - Requires persons, corporations, state commissions, state agencies, county commissions, township boards, school boards, drainage boards, railroad companies, governing bodies of incorporated cities, other transportation companies, and persons supervising state-owned lands to control the spread of and eradicate by methods approved by the Department of Agriculture cut-leaved teasel (Dipsacus laciniatus), common teasel (Dipsacus fullonum), and kudzu vine (Pueraria lobata), which are designated as noxious and dangerous weeds to agriculture. (Section 263.232)
This section is contained in TAT HB 473(2001) and TAT SB 345 (2001).
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES - Expands property that must be filed with the Kansas City clerk by Limited Liability Companies to include unoccupied real property. (Section 347.048)
JOINT MUNICIPAL UTILITY COMMISSION - Modifies a definition within the provisions pertaining to a Joint Municipal Utility Commission, such that "Joint Contract" is a contract entered into by two or more contracting municipalities or between municipalities and public water supply districts or between municipalities and sewer districts. (Section 393.705)
BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION TAX CREDITS - Allows the demolition and reconstruction of structures which are not the object of remediation to count as allowable costs under the brownfield remediation tax credit program under certain circumstances. Allowable costs also include 25% of demo costs (up to $125,000) of any structure located on underutilized property in Washington (Franklin County). (Section 447.700)
This portion of the act is similar to TAT SCS/HB 133 (2001).
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - Requires the Department of Natural Resources to certify a nationwide permit as it impacts all waters of this state. (Section 644.038)
This portion of the act is contained in TAT HB 453 (2001) and TAT HB 501 (2001).
ST. LOUIS COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES - Authorizes St. Louis County to establish a County Emergency Communications Services. Upon voter approval, St. Louis County may levy a property tax to fund the County Emergency Communications Services. The St. Louis County governing body may also vote to submit the question without a request of the board of commissioners. Creates the Emergency Communications System Fund. Describes the duties and powers of the Board of Commissioners. (Sections 650.390 to 650.411)
LAND CONVEYANCE - Land conveyance in St. Francois County to the
St. Francois County Habitat for Humanity, Inc. (Section 1)
JULIA SOMMER GRUS
HA 1 - EXPANDS ITEMS EXEMPT FROM TAXATION TO INCLUDE "PERSONAL PROPERTY LEASED FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST 1 YEAR TO THIS STATE, ANY CITY, COUNTY OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION; OR TO ANY RELIGIOUS, EDUCATIONAL OR CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, PROVIDED SUCH PROPERTY IS ACTUALLY AND REGULARLY USED FOR RELIGIOUS WORSHIP, FOR SCHOOL AND COLLEGES, OR FOR PURPOSES PURELY CHARITABLE".
HA 2 - INSERTS THE WORDS, "PLUMBING OR DRAIN LAYING" TO BE REGULATED BY BUILDING CODE.
REQUIRES ANY BUILDING CODE ADOPTED WILL BE CURRENT, CALENDAR YEAR 1999 OR LATER EDITION, NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED BUILDING CODE, AS AMENDED.
HA 3 - EXPANDS ELIGIBLE ENTITIES TO RECEIVE HOUSING TRUST FUND MONEYS TO INCLUDE, "HOUSING ASSISTANCE AND RELATED SERVICES TO TENANTS OF QUALIFIED LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROJECTS AS DEFINED IN SECTION 42 of the IRS code".
PROJECTS ELIGIBLE FOR ASSISTANCE INCLUDING RENT SUBSIDIES FOR MULTIFAMILY UNITS AND EXISTING UNITS, "WHETHER TENANT-BASED OR PROJECT-BASED".
EXPANDS QUALIFYING ENTITIES TO INCLUDE "FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES RELATED TO AFTER-SCHOOL LEARNING CENTERS, DAY CARE AND CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL SERVICES".
HA 4 - ALLOWS TERRITORY ANNEXED SINCE 1996 TO ADHERE TO PROVISIONS IN THIS ACT PERTAINING TO WATER SUPPLY DISTRICTS. EXEMPTS CASS COUNTY TERRITORY BUT TERRITORY ANNEXED AFTER 1999 AND ENACTMENT MUST ADHERE TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT.
REMOVES THE SECTION WHICH AUTHORIZED PROPERTY OWNERS LIVING WITHIN A WATER DISTRICT LOCATED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY TO REQUEST REMOVAL FROM THE DISTRICT.
HA 5 - ESTABLISHES THE MISSOURI STATE PENITENTIARY REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION. THE COMMISSION WILL ACQUIRE TITLE TO THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE MISSOURI STATE PENITENTIARY AND ADOPT A MASTER PLAN FOR THE PURPOSES OF HISTORICAL REDEVELOPMENT.
THIS AMENDMENT IS SIMILAR TO TAT HB 621 (2001).
HA 8 - EXPANDS THE LENGTH OF CLAIMING A TAX CREDIT FOR WOOD ENERGY PRODUCER FROM FIVE TO TEN YEARS.
HA 10 - REMOVES THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT ON ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT.
HA 11 - LIMITS THE LEASE OR CONCESSION GRANTS IN CLAY COUNTY FOR NO LONGER THAN 25 YEARS.
HA 12 - AUTHORIZES TAX CREDITS FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE CRISIS SERVICE CENTERS AND UNPLANNED PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTERS. SUCH TAX CREDITS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AFTER DECEMBER 31, 2006, BUT MAY BE CARRIED FORWARD.
REMOVES THE MISSOURI INDIVIDUAL TRAINING ACCOUNT PROGRAM ACT FROM CURRENT LAW.
HA 13 - THE BURDEN OF PROOF AS TO THE INCREASE IN VALUE OF PROPERTY IS PLACED ON THE ASSESSOR.
HA 14 - ALLOWS THE DEMOLITION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF STRUCTURES WHICH ARE NOT THE OBJECT OF REMEDIATION TO COUNTY AS ALLOWABLE COSTS UNDER THE BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION TAX CREDIT PROGRAM UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. ALLOWS PROPERTIES ADJACENT TO UNDERUTILIZED PROPERTY TO QUALIFY AS AN "ELIGIBLE PROJECT" UNDER THE BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION PROGRAM UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. (SECTION 447.700 TO SECTION 447.708)
SIMILAR PROVISIONS ARE CONTAINED IN TAT HB 133 (2001).
HA 15 - REMOVES THE PROVISIONS THAT PREVENT ANNEXATION OF LAND LOCATED IN JACKSON COUNTY.
HA 16 - AUTHORIZES THE APPROPRIATION OF $1000 TO SEVEN FAMILIES WHO ARE RELATED TO THE INDIVIDUALS KILLED IN THE TWA FLIGHT 800.
HA 17 - CLEANS UP REFERENCES OF UNINCORPORATED TERRITORY TO "COUNTY" OR "AFFECTED" IN THE BUILDING CODE PROVISIONS.
HA 18 - ESTABLISHES A MISSOURI MULTICULTURAL CENTER AND PROGRAM WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. THE PROGRAM WILL SERVE AS A RESOURCE FOR IMMIGRANTS, STATE AGENCIES, BUSINESSES, ADVOCACY GROUPS, AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS IN THE STATE. THE PROGRAM MUST DEVELOP OUTREACH MATERIAL IN VARIOUS FORMATS AND INFORMATIONAL SOURCES THAT WILL ASSIST IMMIGRANTS. THE INFORMATION MUST BE MADE AVAILABLE IN AN ELECTRONIC FORMAT.
A MULTICULTURAL CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE IS ALSO ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR WHICH MUST DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT THE PROGRAM. THE COMMITTEE WILL CONSIST OF 25 MEMBERS. THE APPOINTMENT, TERMS, AND COMPENSATION OF THE COMMITTEE ARE OUTLINED IN THE ACT. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR IS AUTHORIZED TO EMPLOY AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR THE COMMITTEE.
THIS AMENDMENT HAS AN EMERGENCY CLAUSE AND IS IDENTICAL TO HB 592(2001).
HA 19 - REDUCES THE SPEED ON HIGHWAY 14 FROM 45 TO 35 MPH.
HA 20 - EXEMPTS ELEVATORS IN A PRIVATE BUILDING THAT ARE NOT USED BY THE PUBLIC FROM HAVING TO COMPLY WITH MISSOURI ELEVATOR SAFETY LAWS AND REGULATIONS. (SECTION 1)
THIS PROVISION IS CONTAINED IN TAT HB 185 (2001).
HA 21 - CHARTER SCHOOL PROVISIONS.
HA 22 - PERTAINS TO TAXPAYER DISPUTES REGARDING REMITTANCE OR PAYMENT OF SALES AND USE TAX.
HA 23 - NUMEROUS CHANGES IN DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. THIS AMENDMENT IS SIMILAR TO SCS/HB 780 (2001).
HA 25 - INCREASES THE AMOUNT ANY SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY EXPEND FROM $12,500 TO $25,000 PROVIDED NOTICE IS PUBLISHED ON ANY 2 DAYS OF THE HIGHEST READERSHIP IN A CONSECUTIVE 2 WEEK PERIOD AND POSTS NOTICE AT SCHOOL DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS.
HA 26 - CHANGES POPULATION FROM LESS THAN 25,000 TO 20,000 FOR TWO OR MORE MUNICIPALITIES AND ADJOINING OR CONTIGUOUS FOR ABSORPTION.
This amendment is identical to HB 520 (2001).
HA 27 - EXEMPTS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MAINTAINING ESCROWS FROM HAVING TO ADHERE TO LOCAL ORDINANCES REQUIRING PROPERTY TAXES PAID IN INSTALLMENTS. ALLOWS SUCH INSTITUTIONS TO PAY ANNUALLY.
HA 29 - REMOVES THE PROVISIONS WHICH AUTHORIZE ANY MEMBER OF THE FACULTY OF UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI TO SERVE IN A FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME POLITICAL POSITION, IF THE DEAN OF THE APPROPRIATE ACADEMIC UNIT DECIDES IT IS POSSIBLE FOR SUCH FACULTY MEMBER TO PERFORM ACADEMIC DUTIES AND HOLD OFFICE.
HA 30 - CLEANS UP LANGUAGE PERTAINING TO ASSESSORS.
HA 31 - REMOVES THE POSSIBILITY OF REVERTER TO THE STATE FOR CERTAIN LAND IN SCOTT COUNTY.
THIS PROVISION IS CONTAINED IN TAT HB 185 (2001).
HA 32 - REMOVES THE REQUIREMENT THAT ST. LOUIS CITY AND ALL COUNTY ASSESSORS WILL PROVIDE A LIST TO TAX COMMISSION AND EACH POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AUTHORIZED TO IMPOSE AD VALOREM TAXES ON PROPERTY OF ALL PROPERTY AND ASSESSED VALUE FOR ALL PROPERTY PURCHASED AFTER AUGUST 28, 2001, EXEMPT FROM TAXATION, OR GENERATES RENTAL INCOME.
HA 33 - MODIFIES THE GOVERNING COUNCIL FOR SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HAVING POPULATION OVER 100,000.
HA 34 - AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES TO QUALIFY FOR CERF BUT ONLY IF ADDITIONAL FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SUCH COVERAGE.
HA 35 - REMOVES THE AUTHORITY THAT REMOVES MARSHAL FROM POSITIONS TO BE ELECTED IN THIRD CLASS CITIES IF THE CITY CONTRACTS WITH ANOTHER ENTITY FOR POLICE SERVICE.
HA 36 - U.S. POSTMARK STAMPED IN THE ENVELOPE IS THE DATE OF DELIVERY FOR PROPERTY TAXES TO DETERMINE DELINQUENCY.
HA 38 - CREATES A CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY REDEVELOPMENT FUND.
THIS AMENDMENT IS SIMILAR TO HB 293 (2001) AND IS CONTAINED IN TAT HB 133 (2001).
HSA #1/HA 39 - AUTHORIZES ANY POLITICAL ENTITY PERFORMING WATER AND/OR WASTEWATER PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS THAT EXCEED $10 BILLION, WILL CREATE ORDINANCES FOR REPORTING STANDARDS AND ALLOWABLE VARIATION.
HA 41 - REQUIRES PERSONS ELECTED TO SEVEN-DIRECTOR DISTRICT AS A DIRECTOR TO HAVE RESIDED IN THE DISTRICT FOR ONE YEAR PRECEDING THE ELECTION.
HA 42 - APPOINTS 2 ADDITIONAL SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS FROM THE SCHOOL DISTRICT AT LARGE. THE MAYOR WILL FILL ANY VACANCY.