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ARC #6047C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Economic Development Authority (IEDA) hereby proposes to amend Chapter 76, “Aggregate Tax Credit Limit for Certain Economic Development Programs,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is proposed under the authority provided in Iowa Code...
Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in any of the programs listed in subsection 2, the authority, except as provided in paragraph “b”, shall not authorize for any one fiscal year an amount of tax credits for the programs specified in su...
Rules Implementing Statutes:
IAC Rule 567.51.6
Iowa Administrative Code
Miscellaneous uses. Drainage at construction sites. Test pumping. Rural water districts. Permit registration for minor, nonrecurring uses. Research contracts.
Published: 05/08/2019
Tagged topics: water districts
An agreement under this chapter to provide joint or cooperative services or facilities for unified law enforcement purposes shall not be executed for less than a five-year period.
It is the intent of the general assembly to encourage school districts or fire districts to jointly issue general obligation bonds to fund separate projects proposed in each district and, by pooling their debt obligations, to realize a savings for tax...
For the purpose of this subchapter, the term “district” means a unified law enforcement district established by an agreement under the provisions of this chapter by a county, or portions thereof, or cities to provide law enforcement within the b...
A county and a city within the county may enter into an agreement to provide administrative services through the county sheriff to the city for its police department. In addition to other provisions required by this chapter, the agreement shall spec...
After five years from the date that a district is established, the public safety commission, upon receipt of a petition signed by eligible electors residing within the district equal in number to at least fifteen percent of the registered voters in th...
Cities and unincorporated areas may join an established district upon the affirmative vote of the city council or county board of supervisors, whichever is applicable, and a tax may be levied for providing additional moneys for unified law enforcement...
Each unified law enforcement district tax levy authorized pursuant to section 28E.22 prior to July 1, 1983, which continued to be collected for a period subsequent to July 1, 1983, or continues to be collected notwithstanding the expiration of the f...