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       Florida Senate - 2010                             CS for SB 1754
       
       
       
       By the Committee on Community Affairs; and Senator Altman
       
       
       
       
       578-03536-10                                          20101754c1
    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to enterprise zones; creating s.
    3         290.00726, F.S.; authorizing the City of Palm Bay to
    4         apply to the Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic
    5         Development for designation of an enterprise zone;
    6         providing an application deadline; providing
    7         requirements for the area of the enterprise zone;
    8         requiring the office to establish the effective date
    9         of the enterprise zone; amending s. 290.0055, F.S.;
   10         authorizing certain governing bodies to apply to the
   11         Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development to
   12         amend the boundary of an enterprise zone that includes
   13         a rural area of critical economic concern; providing a
   14         limitation; authorizing the office to approve the
   15         amendment application subject to certain requirements;
   16         requiring that the office establish the effective date
   17         of certain enterprise zones; creating s. 290.00727,
   18         F.S.; authorizing Martin County to apply to the Office
   19         of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development for
   20         designation of an enterprise zone; providing
   21         application requirements; authorizing the office to
   22         designate an enterprise zone in Martin County;
   23         providing responsibilities of the office; providing an
   24         effective date.
   25  
   26  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   27  
   28         Section 1. Section 290.00726, Florida Statutes, is created
   29  to read:
   30         290.00726 Enterprise zone designation for the City of Palm
   31  Bay.—The City of Palm Bay may apply to the Office of Tourism,
   32  Trade, and Economic Development for designation of one
   33  enterprise zone for an area within the northeast portion of the
   34  city, which zone shall encompass an area up to 5 square miles.
   35  The application must be submitted by December 31, 2011, and must
   36  comply with the requirements of s. 290.0055. Notwithstanding s.
   37  290.0065 limiting the total number of enterprise zones
   38  designated and the number of enterprise zones within a
   39  population category, the Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic
   40  Development may designate one enterprise zone under this
   41  section. The Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development
   42  shall establish the initial effective date of the enterprise
   43  zone designated under this section.
   44         Section 2. Paragraph (d) is added to subsection (6) of
   45  section 290.0055, Florida Statutes, to read:
   46         290.0055 Local nominating procedure.—
   47         (6)
   48         (d)1. The governing body of a jurisdiction which nominated
   49  the application for an enterprise zone that includes a portion
   50  of the state designated as a rural area of critical economic
   51  concern pursuant to s. 288.0656(7) may apply to the Office of
   52  Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development to expand the boundary
   53  of the enterprise zone by not more than 3 square miles. Such
   54  application must be submitted by December 31, 2011.
   55         2. Notwithstanding the area limitations specified in
   56  subsection (4), the Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic
   57  Development may approve the request for a boundary amendment if
   58  the area continues to satisfy the remaining requirements of this
   59  section.
   60         3. The Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development
   61  shall establish the initial effective date of an enterprise zone
   62  designated under this paragraph.
   63         Section 3. Section 290.00727, Florida Statutes, is created
   64  to read:
   65         290.00727 Enterprise zone designation for Martin County.
   66  Martin County may apply to the Office of Tourism, Trade, and
   67  Economic Development for designation of one enterprise zone for
   68  an area within Martin County, which zone shall encompass an area
   69  up to 10 square miles consisting of land within the primary
   70  urban services boundary and focusing on Indiantown, but
   71  excluding property owned by Florida Power and Light to the west,
   72  two areas to the north designated as estate residential, and the
   73  county-owned Timer Powers Recreational Area. Within the
   74  designated enterprise zone, Martin County shall exempt
   75  residential condominiums from benefiting from state enterprise
   76  zone incentives, unless prohibited by law. The application must
   77  be submitted by December 31, 2010, and must comply with the
   78  requirements of s. 290.0055. Notwithstanding s. 290.0065
   79  limiting the total number of enterprise zones designated and the
   80  number of enterprise zones within a population category, the
   81  Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development may designate
   82  one enterprise zone under this section. The Office of Tourism,
   83  Trade, and Economic Development shall establish the initial
   84  effective date of the enterprise zone designated pursuant to
   85  this section.
   86         Section 4. This act shall take effect January 1, 2011.

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