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Introduced House Bill (H)

DIGEST

Redevelopment commissions. Requires one member of a municipal or county redevelopment commission (commission) appointed by the executive of the municipality or county after December 31, 2020, to be: (1) a member of the governing body of the school corporation within the territory or, if there are multiple school corporations, a member of the governing body of the school corporation with the largest average daily membership; or (2) an individual recommended by the governing body of the school corporation within the territory or, if there are multiple school corporations within the territory, an individual recommended by the governing body of the Redevelopment commissions. Requires one member of a municipal or county redevelopment commission (commission) appointed by the executive of the municipality or county after December 31, 2020, to be: (1) a member of the governing body of the school corporation within the territory or, if there are multiple school corporations, a member of the governing body of the school corporation with the largest average daily membership; or (2) an individual recommended by the governing body of the school corporation within the territory or, if there are multiple school corporations within the territory, an individual recommended by the governing body of the school corporation with the largest average daily membership. Effective January 1, 2021, eliminates the appointment of and term of office of a nonvoting adviser to the commission. Provides that the executive of the municipality for a municipal redevelopment commission, or the president of the county executive for a county redevelopment commission, serves as an ex officio member of the commission to cast the deciding vote to break a tie. Adds additional information that the commission's annual presentation of information to taxing units located within the commission's allocation area must include, and specifies that the presentation must include school corporations located within the allocation area. ... View more