General Assembly: 80 (2003 Regular GA) - Chapter 23 - Legalizing Act — Urbandale City Council approval of partial property tax exemption


Published: 2003-04-09

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including primary care, for purposes of managed care or prepaid services contracts under the medical assistance program. This paragraph shall not be construed to expand the scope of practice of an advanced registered nurse practitioner pursuant to chapter 152.

Approved April 9, 2003

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CH. 22CH. 22

CHAPTER 22

PODIATRISTS — ADMINISTRATION OF ANESTHESIA

H.F. 503

AN ACT relating to the authorization of podiatrists to administer anesthesia.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 149.5, Code 2003, is amended to read as follows: 149.5 AMPUTATIONS — GENERAL ANESTHETICS ANESTHESIA. A license to practice podiatry shall not authorize the licensee to amputate the human foot

or use any anesthetics other than local. A licensed podiatric physicianmay administer local anesthesia. Conscious sedationmay be

administered by a licensed podiatric physician in a hospital or an ambulatory surgical center. A licensed podiatric physician may prescribe and administer drugs for the treatment of hu-

man foot ailments as provided in section 149.1.

Approved April 9, 2003

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CH. 23CH. 23

CHAPTER 23

LEGALIZING ACT — URBANDALE CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL OF PARTIAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION

H.F. 615

ANACT to legalize the proceedings of the City Council of the City of Urbandale relating to the approval of a partial exemption from property taxation of actual value added to industrial real estate, and providing for effective and applicability dates.

WHEREAS, on December 10, 2002, the City Council for the City of Urbandale passed Ordi- nanceNo. 2002-20, which became effective on January 3, 2003, approving a partial exemption from property taxation of the actual value added to industrial real estate locally known by its address of 4091 120th Street, in the City of Urbandale in Polk County, Iowa, and legally de- scribed as lot 2, Crossroads Business Park, plat 4, included in and forming a part of the City of Urbandale, Polk County, Iowa; and

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WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable to remove any doubt regarding the legality of the city council proceedings and the ordinance providing the partial exemption from property taxa- tion of the actual value added to the industrial real estate as described in thisAct in accordance with chapter 427B; NOW THEREFORE,

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. All acts and proceedings relating to Ordinance No. 2002-20 passed by the City Council for the City of Urbandale on December 10, 2002, approving a partial exemption from property taxation of the actual value added to industrial real estate in accordancewith chapter 427B for the property legally described as lot 2, Crossroads Business Park, plat 4, according to the official plat in and forming a part of the City of Urbandale, Polk County, Iowa, are legal- ized, validated, and confirmed.

Sec. 2. The acts and proceedings relating to the ordinance as legalized, validated, and con- firmed pursuant to section 1 are deemed to constitute prior approval as provided in section 427B.4 entitling the industrial real estate described in section 1 to the partial exemption from property taxation as otherwise provided in section 427B.3 as set forth in the ordinance.

Sec. 3. ThisAct is effective upon enactment and is retroactively applicable on and afterDe- cember 10, 2002. In accordance with the ordinance, the amount of actual value added which is eligible to be exempt from taxation shall be calculated in accordance with the schedule pro- vided in section 427B.3 beginning on andafter January 3, 2003. ThisAct shall not be construed to entitle a person to a refund or adjustment of property taxes paid prior to January 3, 2003.

Approved April 9, 2003

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CH. 24CH. 24

CHAPTER 24

TREASURERS — FUNDS, RECORDS, AND OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES — MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

S.F. 134

AN ACT relating to the various duties of the county treasurer and providing an effective date.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 12B.11, Code 2003, is amended to read as follows: 12B.11 MANNER AND DETAILS OF SETTLEMENT. At the time of any examination of any such office, or at the time of any settlement with the

treasurer in charge of any such public funds, the treasurer shall produce and count in the pres- ence of the officer or officersmaking suchexamination or settlement, allmoneys or funds then on deposit in the safe or vault in the treasurer’s office, and shall produce a statement of all money or funds on deposit with any depository wherein the treasurer is authorized to deposit such funds, which statement shall be certified by one or more officers of such depository, and shall correctly show the balance remaining on deposit in such depository at the close of busi- ness on the day preceding the day of such settlement. The treasurer shall also file a statement setting forth the numbers, dates, and amounts of all outstanding checks, or other items of