SB 1408: Opportunity Zones
GENERAL BILL by Powell
Opportunity Zones; Renaming the Florida Enterprise Zone Act as the Florida Opportunity Zone Act; providing an approval procedure allowing certain opportunity zones to receive certain state incentives; requiring a county or municipality to create an opportunity zone development agency; authorizing local governments to review their ordinances to encourage the economic viability and profitability of business and commerce in opportunity zones, etc.
Last Action: 5/3/2019 Senate - Died in Commerce and Tourism
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 2/26/2019 Senate • Filed
3/4/2019 Senate • Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Community Affairs; Appropriations -SJ 139
3/5/2019 Senate • Introduced -SJ 139
5/3/2019 Senate • Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Commerce and Tourism
SB 1408, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/26/2019 at 3:41 PM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 481 Opportunity Zones Omphroy Similar Last Action: 5/3/2019 H Died in Workforce Development and Tourism Subcommittee
Citations - Statutes (61)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 159.27 Definitions. Page 61 (pdf) 159.803 Definitions. Page 59 (pdf) 163.2514 Growth Policy Act; definitions. Page 21 (pdf) 163.503 Definitions. Page 60 (pdf) 163.522 State redevelopment programs. Page 60 (pdf) 166.231 Municipalities; public service tax. Page 60 (pdf) 193.077 Notice of new, rebuilt, or expanded property. Page 61 (pdf) 193.085 Listing all property. Page 62 (pdf) 195.073 Classification of property. Page 63 (pdf) 195.099 Periodic review. Page 63 (pdf) 196.012 Definitions. Page 64 (pdf) 196.1995 Economic development ad valorem tax exemption. Page 64 (pdf) 196.1996 Economic development ad valorem tax exemption; effect of ch. 94-136. Page 91 (pdf) 205.022 Definitions. Page 67 (pdf) 205.054 Business tax; partial exemption for engaging in business or occupation in enterprise zone. Page 68 (pdf) 212.02 Definitions. Page 70 (pdf) 212.08 Sales, rental, use, consumption, distribution, and storage tax; specified exemptions. Page 23 (pdf) 212.096 Sales, rental, storage, use tax; enterprise zone jobs credit against sales tax. Page 44 (pdf) 220.02 Legislative intent. Page 70 (pdf) 220.03 Definitions. Page 71 (pdf) 220.13 “Adjusted federal income” defined. Page 76 (pdf) 220.181 Enterprise zone jobs credit. Page 50 (pdf) 220.182 Enterprise zone property tax credit. Page 55 (pdf) 288.0659 Local Government Distressed Area Matching Grant Program. Page 22 (pdf) 288.076 Return on investment reporting for economic development programs. Page 79 (pdf) 288.106 Tax refund program for qualified target industry businesses. Page 79 (pdf) 288.1089 Innovation Incentive Program. Page 80 (pdf) 288.1175 Agriculture education and promotion facility. Page 83 (pdf) 288.907 Annual incentives report. Page 80 (pdf) 290.001 Florida Enterprise Zone Act; popular name. Page 3 (pdf) 290.002 Legislative findings. Page 4 (pdf) 290.003 Policy and purpose. Page 5 (pdf) 290.004 Definitions relating to Florida Enterprise Zone Act. Page 6 (pdf) 290.0055 Local nominating procedure. Page 9 (pdf) 290.00552 Page 7 (pdf) 290.0056 Enterprise zone development agency. Page 9 (pdf) 290.0057 Enterprise zone development plan. Page 16 (pdf) 290.0058 Determination of pervasive poverty, unemployment, and general distress. Page 16 (pdf) 290.0065 State designation of enterprise zones. Page 16 (pdf) 290.0066 Revocation of enterprise zone designation. Page 17 (pdf) 290.00677 Rural enterprise zones; special qualifications. Page 17 (pdf) 290.007 State incentives available in enterprise zones. Page 17 (pdf) 290.00710 Enterprise zone designation for the City of Lakeland. Page 84 (pdf) 290.0072 Enterprise zone designation for the City of Winter Haven. Page 84 (pdf) 290.00725 Enterprise zone designation for the City of Ocala. Page 85 (pdf) 290.00726 Enterprise zone designation for Martin County. Page 85 (pdf) 290.00727 Enterprise zone designation for the City of Palm Bay. Page 86 (pdf) 290.00728 Enterprise zone designation for Lake County. Page 86 (pdf) 290.00729 Enterprise zone designation for Charlotte County. Page 87 (pdf) 290.0073 Enterprise zone designation for Indian River County, the City of Vero Beach, and the City of Sebastian. Page 87 (pdf) 290.00731 Enterprise zone designation for Citrus County. Page 87 (pdf) 290.0074 Enterprise zone designation for Sumter County. Page 88 (pdf) 290.0077 Enterprise zone designation for Orange County and the municipality of Apopka. Page 88 (pdf) 290.012 Transition. Page 19 (pdf) 290.0135 Local government ordinances; encouragements and incentives; review for adverse effects; certain changes prohibited. Page 19 (pdf) 290.014 Annual reports on enterprise zones. Page 21 (pdf) 290.016 Repeal. Page 21 (pdf) 290.06561 Designation of rural enterprise zone as catalyst site. Page 89 (pdf) 339.2821 Economic development transportation projects. Page 89 (pdf) 339.63 System facilities designated; additions and deletions. Page 90 (pdf) 624.5105 Community contribution tax credit; authorization; limitations; eligibility and application requirements; administration; definitions; expiration. Page 90 (pdf)
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