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TITLE 63
REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 16
PREPAYMENT OF TAXES
63-1604.  Local impact committee. If a local impact committee is ordered pursuant to section 63-1603, Idaho Code, the board of county commissioners shall appoint the members of the committee. The committee shall consist of a member of the governing board of each taxing district in which any part of the property of the taxpayer is or will be situated during the term of the impact period, the county assessor, and the chairman of the board of county commissioners, who shall be the permanent chairman of the local impact committee. The board of county commissioners, with the advice of the committee, shall:
(1)  Work with the taxpayer to determine the impact on public facilities for a period of not to exceed ten (10) years;
(2)  Develop a plan for construction, expansion, or operation of public facilities for a period of not to exceed ten (10) years;
(3)  Estimate the total amount of ad valorem taxes that the taxpayer will become obligated to pay for a period of not to exceed ten (10) years, and the estimated amount of taxes that may be prepaid during the first one-half of the impact period;
(4)  Determine the priority of public facilities that are to be funded from prepaid ad valorem taxes, the taxing districts which will receive such prepaid ad valorem taxes, the dollar amount of such taxes, and the taxing districts which need to provide a credit during the term of the impact period to the taxpayer for prepaid ad valorem taxes.

History:
[63-1604, added 1980, ch. 226, sec. 1, p. 506.]


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