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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title XI
Chapter 163
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Section 163.457, Florida Statutes 2009

163.457  Eligibility for assistance.--Community-based development organizations that meet the following requirements shall be eligible for assistance.

(1)  The community-based development organization must be a nonprofit corporation under state law and s. 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

(2)  A majority of the board members of the community-based development organization must be elected by those members of the corporation who are stakeholders, comprising a mix of service area residents, area business property owners, area employees, and low-income residents. The board of a community-based development organization shall include low-income residents.

(3)  The community-based development organization must maintain a service area in which economic and housing development projects are located and must further meet one or more of the following criteria:

(a)  The area has been designated pursuant to s. 163.355 as a slum area or a blighted area, as defined in s. 163.340, or is located completely within the boundaries of a slum area or a blighted area.

(b)  The area is a community development block grant program area in which community development block grant funds are currently being spent or have been spent during the last 3 years as certified by the local government in which the service area is located.

(c)  The area is a neighborhood housing service district.

(d)  The area is contained within a state enterprise zone designated on or after July 1, 1995, in accordance with s. 290.0065.

(e)  The area is contained in federal empowerment zones and enterprise communities.

History.--s. 3, ch. 2000-351.

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