Private Investment Infrastructure Funding Act (Excerpt) Act 250 Of 2010


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PRIVATE INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 250 of 2010

125.1873 Definitions; P to T.Sec. 3.

As used in this act:

(a) "Parcel" means an identifiable unit of land that is treated as separate for valuation or zoning purposes.

(b) "Public facility" means a street, road, or highway, and any improvements to a street, road, or highway, including street furniture and beautification, park, parking facility, recreational facility, right-of-way, structure, waterway, bridge, lake, pond, canal, utility line or pipe, water or wastewater facilities, or building, including access routes designed and dedicated to use by the public generally, or used by a public agency. Public facility also includes public-transportation-related infrastructure and light and commuter rail line projects. A public facility does not include a tunnel or bridge that includes an international border or crossing.

(c) "Specific local tax" means a tax levied under 1974 PA 198, MCL 207.551 to 207.572, the commercial redevelopment act, 1978 PA 255, MCL 207.651 to 207.668, the technology park development act, 1984 PA 385, MCL 207.701 to 207.718, or 1953 PA 189, MCL 211.181 to 211.182. The initial assessed value or current assessed value of property subject to a specific local tax shall be the quotient of the specific local tax paid divided by the ad valorem millage rate. The state tax commission shall prescribe the method for calculating the initial assessed value and current assessed value of property for which a specific local tax was paid in lieu of a property tax.

(d) "State fiscal year" means the annual period commencing October 1 of each year.

(e) "Tax increment revenues" means the amount of ad valorem property taxes and specific local taxes attributable to the application of the levy of all taxing jurisdictions upon the captured assessed value of real and personal property in the negotiated benefit area. Tax increment revenues do not include any of the following:

(i) Taxes under the state education tax act, 1993 PA 331, MCL 211.901 to 211.906, except that portion of the taxes under the state education tax act, 1993 PA 331, MCL 211.901 to 211.906, not to exceed 50% of those taxes as determined by the state treasurer for a period not to exceed 15 years, as determined by the state treasurer, if the state treasurer determines that the capture under this subparagraph is necessary to reduce unemployment, promote economic growth, and increase capital investment in the municipality.

(ii) Taxes levied by local or intermediate school districts, except that portion of taxes levied by local or intermediate school districts not to exceed 50% of those taxes as determined by the state treasurer for a period not to exceed 15 years, as determined by the state treasurer, if the state treasurer determines that the capture under this subparagraph is necessary to reduce unemployment, promote economic growth, and increase capital investment in the municipality.

(iii) Ad valorem property taxes attributable either to a portion of the captured assessed value shared with taxing jurisdictions within the jurisdictional area of the administering agency or to a portion of value of property that may be excluded from captured assessed value or specific local taxes attributable to the ad valorem property taxes.

(iv) Ad valorem property taxes excluded by the tax increment financing plan of the administering agency from the determination of the amount of tax increment revenues to be transmitted to the administering agency or specific local taxes attributable to the ad valorem property taxes.

(v) Ad valorem property taxes exempted from capture under section 10(5) or specific local taxes attributable to the ad valorem property taxes.

(vi) Ad valorem property taxes specifically levied for the payment of principal and interest of obligations approved by the electors or obligations pledging the unlimited taxing power of the local governmental unit or specific taxes attributable to those ad valorem property taxes.

(vii) Ad valorem property taxes levied under 1 or more of the following or specific local taxes attributable to those ad valorem property taxes:

(A) The zoological authorities act, 2008 PA 49, MCL 123.1161 to 123.1183.

(B) The art institute authorities act, 2010 PA 296, MCL 123.1201 to 123.1229.




History: 2010, Act 250, Imd. Eff. Dec. 14, 2010

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Am. 2013, Act 64, Imd. Eff. June 18, 2013

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