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This ordinance creates an abandoned property registration program that requires deed holders to register with the city within 10 days of transfer from a family to a bank. The deed holder is then required to maintain the house consistent with how other homes in the neighborhood are maintained.
An Ordinance amending Chapter 181 of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Summit, entitled Linked Deposit Program to make the County Fiscal Officer\'s Linked Deposit Program more effective and efficient for County of Summit business and homeowners. The linked deposit program provides lower interest loan to approved small businesses. This ordinance increases the dollar amount available to local businesses, increases the term of residential loans, include outstanding tax certificates as a reason for businesses and residential homeowners to be ineligible to participate in the program; streamlines the approval process.
This ordinance establishes a solid waste management fee to fund environmental health programs. This ordinance establishes payment methods, reporting requirements, and penalties for noncompliance with the ordinance.
This ordinance establishes a land bank authority for the county. This bank uses funds collected through county revenue activities to purchase and restore blighted or foreclosed properties to usable a profitable states.This ordinance designates the manner and process by which these properties will be purchased as well as the acceptable purposes to which these lands may be restored.
The ordinance provides businesses with a payroll tax exclusion if it is a clean energy business, as defined in the ordinance.
An ordinance which declares intent for the Treasurer of the City of Portland to have the flexibility to make deposits in credit unions as allowed under Oregon House Bill 3700 in 2013; supports the Treasurer to amend the City\'s Investment Policy to allow for deposits in credit unions and other financial institutions up to the applicable NCUA and FDIC insurance limits and declares intent to make up to 10 initial deposits in 2012; and supports changes in the solicitation process to increase competition and consider community reinvestment criteria when selecting financial institutions which provide the City\'s financial services.
An act to establish a law creating a Community Bank Small Business Lending Program; to require bank participants to make loans to small businesses in the District in an aggregate amount of at least 200% of incremental funds deposited into the bank after the commencement of the program; to restrict the definition of qualifying loans to small business loans no greater than $3 million or real estate loans no greater than $5 million; to require that qualified borrowers be bona fide District small businesses; and to institute reporting requirements for participating banks.
This ordinance requires a clean technology business to be a recognized Green Business in order to be eligible for a payroll tax exclusion under applicable section.
This ordinance establishes a non-profit corporation in the form of a trust fund to address the permanent housing needs of residents whose income is at or below 50% of the median income.
The ordinance requires owners of any vacant property within 60 days of becoming vacant or 30 days after assuming ownership to register and pay a $500 fee and to renew registration yearly with a graduated yearly fee rate beginning at $1,500 with the first renewal and reaching $5,000 with the third.