Glenn Steil State Revenue Sharing Act Of 1971 (Excerpt) Act 140 Of 1971


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GLENN STEIL STATE REVENUE SHARING ACT OF 1971 (EXCERPT)
Act 140 of 1971

141.913a Census delay adjustment payments; eligibility of city, village, or township; calculation; reservation of additional sum; appropriation; reduction of amounts reserved.

Sec. 13a.

(1) Following the official certification and publication of the 1980 federal decennial census, the department of management and budget shall calculate for each city, village, and township:

(a) The payment of revenues a city, village, or township would have received under sections 12 and 13 between April 1, 1980 and October 1, 1980 if those payments had been distributed according to the 1980 census.

(b) The difference in payments determined by subtracting the payment of revenues which were made to a city, village, or township between April 1, 1980 and October 1, 1980 under sections 12, 13, and 14a from the calculation made for the city, village, or township in subdivision (a).

(c) The sum of all the differences in payments determined by subdivision (b) that are greater than zero. This sum shall be known as “the census delay adjustment”.

(2) A city, village, or township which has a population according to the 1980 census greater than the population used in computing the August, 1979 distributions to the city, village, or township under this act shall be eligible for census delay adjustment payments. The department of management and budget shall calculate the census delay adjustment payment to be made to each eligible city, village, or township pursuant to the following:

(a) Dividing the census delay adjustment determined in subsection (1)(c) by 4.

(b) Subtracting the population used in computing the August, 1979 distributions under this act for each eligible city, village, and township from the population according to the 1980 census of each eligible city, village, or township. The differences obtained shall be known as “the growth population”.

(c) Summing the differences obtained in subdivision (b).

(d) Dividing the quotient determined in subdivision (a) by the sum determined in subdivision (c). The per capita amount determined pursuant to this calculation shall be distributed in May, 1982; May, 1983; May, 1984; and May, 1985 to each eligible city, village, and township according to its growth population.

(3) The additional sum necessary to provide the distribution required by this section shall be reserved, in amounts determined pursuant to section 13(a), from the collection of state income tax available for distribution to cities, villages, and townships before payments are made under section 13.

(4) All or part of the census delay adjustment payments required in any or all payment years may be appropriated by the legislature from the state general fund and, if such an appropriation is made, the reserve provided in subsection (3), and the amounts reserved pursuant to section 13(a) from distribution in each payment period for the year shall be reduced by the amount of the general fund appropriation.


History: Add. 1980, Act 275, Imd. Eff. Oct. 8, 1980

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