CCS/HCS/SCS/SB 11 - This act modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions.
Current law allows county treasurers to be reimbursed for expenses incurred for attending certain training programs. This act requires that county treasurers be reimbursed for such expenses. (Section 54.261)
This provision is identical to HB 967 (2017) and to a provision contained in CCS#2/HCS/SCS/SB 112 (2017).
LOCAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR SENIOR SERVICES
This act requires revenue generated by a property tax for services for senior citizens in St. Louis City to be deposited with the board of directors established to administer such moneys and shall only be expended upon approval of such board. The board shall also be permitted to solicit, accept, and expend certain grants, as described in the act. (Sections 67.990 and 67.993)
This provision is identical to HCS/SB 373 (2017) and is substantially similar to a provision contained in HCS/SCS/SB 405 (2017).
MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
This act lowers the voter approval threshold for the sale of a public water or wastewater system by certain fourth class cities from a two-thirds affirmative vote to a majority affirmative vote. (Section 88.770)
This provision is identical to a provision contained in HCS/HB 247 (2017) and HCS/SB 30 (2017).
CHAPTER 100 BONDS
This act also modifies the definition of "facility" and "project for industrial development". "Facility" is now defined as real and personal property purchased as part of a project. "Project" is defined as the purchasing, constructing, extending, or improving a facility intended to be leased or otherwise disposed of that is used for manufacturing, commercial, warehousing, and industrial development purposes.
This act also adds a definition of "machinery" and removes the definition of "office industry". (Section 100.010)
This act also modifies the language relating to agreements that may be entered into by municipalities who participate in industrial development projects. (Section 100.180)