SB 461 Authorizes any Missouri port authority to establish an advanced industrial manufacturing zone for the development or redevelopment of certain structures
Sponsor: Wieland
LR Number: 1831S.02I Fiscal Notes
Committee: Jobs, Economic Development and Local Government
Last Action: 3/11/2015 - Hearing Conducted S Jobs, Economic Development and Local Government Committee Journal Page:
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Effective Date: August 28, 2015

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SB 461 - This act creates the Advanced Industrial Manufacturing Zones Act. Port authorities located in Missouri are authorized to establish an advanced industrial manufacturing ("AIM") zone, which is an area that is being developed or redeveloped for any purpose so long as any infrastructure and building built or improved is in the development area. A zone may include any portion of the area located in the authority's jurisdiction, and its boundaries must be determined by the authority. More than one zone may exist within the authority's jurisdiction.

The act creates the Port Authority AIM Zone Fund consisting of 50% of the state withholding tax from new jobs within the zone after development or redevelopment has begun. The money in the fund must be used for expenses to continue expanding, developing, and redeveloping zones identified by the port authority board of commissioners. No more than 10% of the total amount collected within the zones of a port authority may be appropriated by the legislature for the administration of a port authority. The authority must approve any projects, disperse money in the fund, and submit an annual budget for the collected funds to the Department of Economic Development explaining how and when the money will be spent.

No new AIM zones may be established after August 28, 2035. Existing AIM zones shall expire when any obligations being funded by the AIM zone are retired.

This act is similar to HB 2063 (2014) and a provision in SCS/HB 110 (2015).

MIKE HAMMANN