SB 1966: Commercial Development and Capital Improvements [RPCC]
GENERAL BILL by Bennett
Commercial Development and Capital Improvements [RPCC]; Creates the "Economic Stimulus Act of 2008." Authorizes an applicant seeking to create a commercial development to elect to pay a per trip mobility fee in lieu of paying impact fees, proportionate share, or proportionate fair-share pursuant to state law. Provides that such options apply regardless of whether the development is part of the development-of-regional-impact program, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2008 Senate - Died in Committee on Community Affairs
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 2/13/2008 Senate • Filed
2/27/2008 Senate • Referred to Community Affairs; Transportation; Finance and Tax; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations
3/4/2008 Senate • Introduced, referred to Community Affairs; Transportation; Finance and Tax; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations -SJ 00115
5/2/2008 Senate • Died in Committee on Community Affairs
SB 1966, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/13/2008 at 2:26 PM
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