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8 LONG TITLE
9 General Description:
10 This bill modifies the Military Installation Development Authority Act.
11 Highlighted Provisions:
12 This bill:
13 . defines terms;
14 . provides that if an authority levies a resort communities tax, the actual number of
15 permanent residents within the project area shall be used as part of the tax
17 . provides for payment by a consumer of a municipal energy tax directly to the
18 authority, if the consumer's energy supplier is not required under federal law to
19 collect the tax;
20 . allows a military installation development authority (MIDA) to levy an energy tax
21 on an energy supplier within a project area based on the delivered value of the
23 . allows an energy supplier to recover an amount equal to its MIDA energy tax from
24 its customers;
25 . provides that a MIDA energy tax is offset by any municipal energy tax paid by that
26 customer on the same delivered value;
27 . amends authority board membership provisions;
28 . amends notice provisions for a newspaper of general circulation to within or near a
29 project area;
30 . allows an authority to use MIDA energy tax revenues for certain purposes,
31 including uses outside of the project area where the revenue was generated; and
32 . makes technical changes.
33 Money Appropriated in this Bill:
35 Other Special Clauses:
36 This bill takes effect on July 1, 2013.
37 Utah Code Sections Affected:
39 59-12-401, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 9
40 63H-1-102, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 9
41 63H-1-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 9
42 63H-1-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 9
43 63H-1-403, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 92 and 388
44 63H-1-501, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 9
45 63H-1-502, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 80
47 63H-1-204, Utah Code Annotated 1953
49 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
50 Section 1. Section 59-12-401 is amended to read:
51 59-12-401. Resort communities tax authority for cities, towns, and military
52 installation development authority -- Base -- Rate -- Collection fees.
53 (1) (a) In addition to other sales and use taxes, a city or town in which the transient
54 room capacity as defined in Section 59-12-405 is greater than or equal to 66% of the
55 municipality's permanent census population may impose a sales and use tax of up to 1.1% on
56 the transactions described in Subsection 59-12-103 (1) located within the city or town.
57 (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(a), a city or town may not impose a tax under this
58 section on:
59 (i) the sale of:
60 (A) a motor vehicle;
61 (B) an aircraft;
62 (C) a watercraft;
63 (D) a modular home;
64 (E) a manufactured home; or
65 (F) a mobile home;
66 (ii) the sales and uses described in Section 59-12-104 to the extent the sales and uses
67 are exempt from taxation under Section 59-12-104 ; and
68 (iii) except as provided in Subsection (1)(d), amounts paid or charged for food and
69 food ingredients.
70 (c) For purposes of this Subsection (1), the location of a transaction shall be
71 determined in accordance with Sections 59-12-211 through 59-12-215 .
72 (d) A city or town imposing a tax under this section shall impose the tax on amounts
73 paid or charged for food and food ingredients if the food and food ingredients are sold as part
74 of a bundled transaction attributable to food and food ingredients and tangible personal
75 property other than food and food ingredients.
76 (2) (a) An amount equal to the total of any costs incurred by the state in connection
77 with the implementation of Subsection (1) which exceed, in any year, the revenues received by
78 the state from its collection fees received in connection with the implementation of Subsection
79 (1) shall be paid over to the state General Fund by the cities and towns which impose the tax
80 provided for in Subsection (1).
81 (b) Amounts paid under Subsection (2)(a) shall be allocated proportionally among
82 those cities and towns according to the amount of revenue the respective cities and towns
83 generate in that year through imposition of that tax.
84 (3) (a) Subject to 63H-1-203 , the military installation development authority created in
85 Section 63H-1-201 may impose a tax under this section on the transactions described in
86 Subsection 59-12-103 (1) located within a project area described in a project area plan adopted
87 by the authority under Title 63H, Chapter 1, Military Installation Development Authority Act,
88 as though the authority were a city or a town.
89 (b) For purposes of calculating the permanent census population within a project area,
90 the board as defined in Section 63H-1-102 shall:
91 (i) [
92 project area as determined by the board;
93 (ii) adopt a resolution verifying the population number; and
94 (iii) provide the commission any information required in Section 59-12-405 .
95 (c) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(a), a board as defined in Section 63H-1-102 may
96 impose the sales and use tax under this section if there are no permanent residents.
97 Section 2. Section 63H-1-102 is amended to read:
98 63H-1-102. Definitions.
99 As used in this chapter:
100 (1) "Authority" means the Military Installation Development Authority, created under
101 Section 63H-1-201 .
102 (2) "Base taxable value" means:
103 (a) for military land or other land that was exempt from a property tax at the time that a
104 project area was created that included the military land or other land, a taxable value of zero; or
105 (b) for private property that is included in a project area, the taxable value of the
106 property within any portion of the project area, as designated by board resolution, from which
107 tax increment will be collected, as shown upon the assessment roll last equalized before the
108 year in which the authority issues a building permit for a building within that portion of the
109 project area.
110 (3) "Board" means the governing body of the authority created under Section
111 63H-1-301 .
112 (4) (a) "Dedicated [
114 increment it is entitled to receive under Subsection 63H-1-501 (1), for a property tax levied by:
115 (i) a county, including [
116 17-34-3 (2) to levy a property tax under Title 17, Chapter 34, Municipal-Type Services to
117 Unincorporated Areas; or
118 (ii) an included municipality.
119 (b) "Dedicated [
120 property tax levied by a county to assess and collect property taxes under Subsections
121 59-2-1602 (1) and (4).
122 (5) "Development project" means a project to develop land within a project area.
123 (6) "Elected member" means a member of the authority board who:
124 (a) is a mayor or member of a legislative body appointed under Subsection
125 63H-1-302 (2)(b); or
126 (b) (i) is appointed to the authority board under Subsection 63H-1-302 (2)(a) or (3); and
127 (ii) concurrently serves in an elected state, county, or municipal office.
128 (7) "Included municipality" means a municipality, some or all of which is included
129 within a project area.
130 (8) "Military Installation Development Authority energy tax" or "MIDA energy tax"
131 means the tax levied under Section 63H-1-204 .
133 leased facility, that is part of or affiliated with a base, camp, post, station, yard, center, or
134 installation under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Defense or the Utah National
137 Title 10, Chapter 1, Part 3, Municipal Energy Sales and Use Tax Act.
139 (a) collects from the authority's:
140 (i) levy of a municipal energy tax;
141 (ii) levy of a MIDA energy tax;
145 (b) receives under Subsection 59-12-205 (2)(b)(ii); and
146 (c) receives as dedicated [
148 telecommunications tax, transient room tax, or resort communities tax.
150 of a single contiguous area or multiple noncontiguous areas, described in a project area plan or
151 draft project area plan, where the development project set forth in the project area plan or draft
152 project area plan takes place or is proposed to take place.
154 revenues and expenses and other fiscal matters pertaining to a project area that includes:
155 (a) the base taxable value of property in the project area;
156 (b) the projected tax increment expected to be generated within the project area;
157 (c) the amount of the tax increment expected to be shared with other taxing entities;
158 (d) the amount of the tax increment expected to be used to implement the project area
159 plan, including the estimated amount of the tax increment to be used for land acquisition,
160 public improvements, infrastructure improvements, and loans, grants, or other incentives to
161 private and public entities;
162 (e) the tax increment expected to be used to cover the cost of administering the project
163 area plan;
164 (f) if the tax increment is to be collected at different times or from different portions of
165 the project area, or both:
166 (i) (A) the tax identification numbers of the parcels from which the tax increment will
167 be collected; or
168 (B) a legal description of the portion of the project area from which the tax increment
169 will be collected; and
170 (ii) an estimate of when other portions of the project area will become subject to
171 collection of the tax increment [
172 (g) for property that the authority owns or leases and expects to sell or sublease, the
173 expected total cost of the property to the authority and the expected selling price or lease
176 and controls the development within a project area.
178 on tangible or intangible personal or real property.
180 (a) the state, including [
181 of the state; or
182 (b) a political subdivision of the state, including a county, city, town, school district,
183 local district, special service district, or interlocal cooperation entity.
185 storm drainage, electrical, telecommunications, and other similar systems and lines, streets,
186 roads, curb, gutter, sidewalk, walkways, parking facilities, public transportation facilities, and
187 other buildings, facilities, infrastructure, and improvements that:
188 (a) benefit the public; and
189 (b) are:
190 (i) publicly owned or owned by a utility; or
191 (ii) [
192 public entity.
194 that the authority has not spent during its fiscal year for municipal services as provided in
195 Subsection 63H-1-503 (1).
197 59-12-401 .
200 (21) "Taxable value" means the value of property as shown on the last equalized
201 assessment roll as certified by the county assessor.
202 (22) "Tax increment" means the difference between:
203 (a) the amount of property tax revenues generated each tax year by all taxing entities
204 from the area within a project area designated in the project area plan as the area from which
205 the tax increment is to be collected, using the current assessed value of the property; and
206 (b) the amount of property tax revenues that would be generated from that same area
207 using the base taxable value of the property.
208 (23) "Taxing entity" means a public entity that levies a tax on property within a project
210 (24) "Telecommunications tax" means a telecommunications license tax under Title
211 10, Chapter 1, Part 4, Municipal Telecommunications License Tax Act.
212 (25) "Transient room tax" means a tax under Section 59-12-352 .
213 Section 3. Section 63H-1-203 is amended to read:
214 63H-1-203. Levy of a municipal tax -- Direct tax payment to MIDA.
216 tax, [
217 applicable tax rate, requires the affirmative vote of:
220 (2) If the authority board levies a municipal energy tax, a consumer who acquires
221 taxable energy shall pay the tax directly to the authority on a monthly basis if the consumer's
222 energy supplier is not required under federal law to collect the tax in the manner described in
223 Section 10-1-307 .
224 Section 4. Section 63H-1-204 is enacted to read:
225 63H-1-204. MIDA energy tax.
226 (1) By ordinance, an authority board may levy a MIDA energy tax, within a project
227 area, on an energy supplier as defined in Section 10-1-303 .
228 (2) The maximum rate of the MIDA energy tax is 6% of the delivered value as defined
229 in Section 10-1-303 , except that delivered value does not include the amount of a tax paid
230 under this section.
231 (3) (a) An energy supplier may recover an amount equal to the MIDA energy tax from
232 its customers, if the energy supplier includes the amount as a separate billing line item.
233 (b) The MIDA energy tax levied under this section is in addition to the rate approved
234 by the Public Service Commission and charged to the customer.
235 (4) If the authority has levied a municipal energy tax in the project area, the MIDA
236 energy tax paid by a customer is reduced by any municipal energy tax paid by that customer on
237 the same delivered value.
238 (5) (a) The MIDA energy tax is payable by the energy supplier to MIDA on a monthly
239 basis as described by the ordinance levying the tax.
240 (b) The ordinance shall allow the energy supplier to retain 1% of the tax remittance
241 each month to offset the energy supplier's costs of collecting and remitting the tax.
242 Section 5. Section 63H-1-302 is amended to read:
243 63H-1-302. Number of board members -- Appointment.
244 (1) The authority's board shall consist of seven members.
245 (2) Five members of the board shall be appointed by the governor as follows:
246 (a) one member shall be appointed who is interested in supporting military efforts in
247 the state;
248 (b) subject to Subsection (4)(d), three members shall be appointed, each of whom is a
249 mayor or member of the legislative body of a municipality or county that is adjacent or in close
250 proximity to a project area or proposed project area; and
251 (c) one member shall be appointed from the [
253 (3) The president of the Senate and the speaker of the House of Representatives shall
254 each appoint one board member.
255 (4) (a) Each vacancy shall be filled in the same manner under this section as the
256 appointment of the member whose vacancy is being filled.
257 (b) Each person appointed to fill a vacancy shall serve the remaining unexpired term of
258 the member whose vacancy the person is filling.
259 (c) If a mayor or member of a legislative body appointed under Subsection (2)(b)
260 leaves office as mayor or a member of the legislative body, a vacancy on the board occurs and
261 the governor shall appoint another mayor or member of a legislative body, as provided in
262 Subsection (2)(b), to fill the vacancy.
263 (d) If there are more than three project areas located in different counties or
264 municipalities, at the expiration of a member's term who is appointed under Subsection (2)(b),
265 the governor shall appoint:
266 (i) a mayor of a municipality or county that:
267 (A) is adjacent to or in close proximity to a project area; and
268 (B) is not already represented on the board; or
269 (ii) a member of a legislative body of a municipality or county that:
270 (A) is adjacent to or in close proximity to a project area; and
271 (B) is not already represented on the board.
272 (e) A member of the board appointed by the governor, president of the Senate, or
273 speaker of the House of Representatives serves at the pleasure of and may be removed and
274 replaced at any time, with or without cause, by the governor, president of the Senate, or speaker
275 of the House of Representatives, respectively.
276 (5) The authority may:
277 (a) appoint nonvoting members of the board; and
278 (b) set terms for nonvoting members appointed under Subsection (5)(a).
279 Section 6. Section 63H-1-403 is amended to read:
280 63H-1-403. Notice of project area plan adoption -- Effective date of plan --
281 Contesting the formation of the plan.
282 (1) [
283 notice as provided in Subsection (1)(b) by[
293 the resolution; and
295 inspection and the hours for inspection.
297 the notice.
301 public at its offices during normal business hours.
303 adopted that establishes a project area, or after [
304 is adopted under which the boundary of a project area is modified, the authority shall send
305 notice of the establishment or modification of the project area and an accurate map or plat of
306 the project area to:
307 (a) the State Tax Commission;
308 (b) the Automated Geographic Reference Center created in Section 63F-1-506 ; and
309 (c) the assessor and recorder of each county [
311 Section 7. Section 63H-1-501 is amended to read:
312 63H-1-501. Authority receipt and use of tax increment -- Distribution of tax
314 (1) (a) The authority may:
315 (i) subject to Subsection (1)(b), receive up to 75% of the tax increment for up to 25
316 years, as provided in this part; and
317 (ii) use the tax increment during and after the period described in Subsection (1)(a)(i).
318 (b) With respect to a parcel located within a project area, the 25-year period described
319 in Subsection (1)(a)(i) shall begin on the day on which the authority receives the first tax
320 increment from that parcel.
321 (2) Improvements on a parcel within a project area become subject to property tax on
322 January 1 immediately following the day on which the authority issues a certificate of
323 occupancy with respect to those improvements.
324 (3) Each county that collects property tax on property within a project area shall pay
325 and distribute to the authority the tax increment and dedicated [
326 collections that the authority is entitled to collect under this title, in the manner and at the time
327 provided in Section 59-2-1365 .
328 (4) (a) The board shall determine by resolution when the entire project area or an
329 individual parcel within a project area is subject to tax increment.
330 (b) The board shall amend the project area budget to reflect whether a parcel within a
331 project area is subject to tax increment.
332 Section 8. Section 63H-1-502 is amended to read:
333 63H-1-502. Allowable uses of tax increment and other funds.
334 (1) [
335 and other funds available to the authority[
336 (a) for any purpose authorized under this chapter;
337 (b) for administrative, overhead, legal, and other operating expenses of the authority;
338 (c) to pay for, including financing or refinancing, all or part of the development of land
339 within the project area from which the tax increment [
340 including assisting the ongoing operation of [
342 (d) to pay the cost of the installation and construction of [
343 infrastructure and improvements within the project area from which the tax increment funds
344 were collected;
345 (e) to pay the cost of the installation of publicly owned infrastructure and
346 improvements, including a passenger ropeway, as defined in Section 72-11-102 , outside the
347 project area if:
348 (i) the authority board determines by resolution that the infrastructure and
349 improvements are of benefit to the project area; and
350 (ii) for a passenger ropeway, at least one end of the ropeway is located within the
351 project area[
352 (f) to pay the principal [
353 (2) The authority may use revenue generated from the operation of publicly owned
354 infrastructure operated by the authority or improvements operated by the authority to:
355 (a) operate and maintain the infrastructure or improvements; and
356 (b) pay for authority operating expenses, including administrative, overhead, and legal
358 (3) For purposes of Subsection (1), the authority may use:
359 (a) tax revenues received under Subsection 59-12-205 (2)(b)(ii); [
360 (b) resort communities tax revenues generated from a project area that contains private
362 (c) MIDA energy tax revenue, received under Section 63H-1-204 , which does not have
363 to be used in the project area where the revenue was generated.
364 (4) The determination of the authority board under Subsection (1)(e) regarding benefit
365 to the project area [
366 Section 9. Effective date.
367 This bill takes effect on July 1, 2013.
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