NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 61 of 2007
125.2929 Development plan or tax increment financing plan as public purpose; consideration for approval, rejection, or modification.Sec. 19.
The governing body after a public hearing on the development plan or the tax increment financing plan, or both, with notice given under section 18, shall determine whether the development plan or tax increment financing plan constitutes a public purpose. If it determines that the development plan or tax increment financing plan constitutes a public purpose, it shall by ordinance approve or reject the plan, or approve it with modification, based on the following considerations:
(a) The plan meets the requirements under section 17(2).
(b) The proposed method of financing the development is feasible and the authority has the ability to arrange the financing.
(c) The development is reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of this act.
(d) The land included within the development area to be acquired is reasonably necessary to carry out the purposes of the plan and of this act in an efficient and economically satisfactory manner.
(e) The development plan is in reasonable accord with the land use plan of the municipality.
(f) Public services, such as fire and police protection and utilities, are or will be adequate to service the project area.
(g) Changes in zoning, streets, street levels, intersections, and utilities are reasonably necessary for the project and for the municipality.
History: 2007, Act 61, Imd. Eff. Sept. 19, 2007
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