(1) Each participating county and municipal government shall receive a proportion
of moneys earmarked for distribution within that county.
(2) The proportion for each county government shall be computed by dividing the sum
of the unincorporated area population plus two-thirds of the incorporated area population
by the sum of the total county population plus two-thirds of the incorporated area
(3) The proportion for each municipal government shall be computed by dividing the
population of that municipality by the sum of the total county population plus two-thirds
of the incorporated area population.
(4) Effective October 1, 2000, the apportionment factors shall, except in the case
of error in the population certified pursuant to s. 186.901, remain in effect for the fiscal year. Adjustments to distributions to correct errors shall be made subsequent to receipt
of a corrected population certified pursuant to s. 186.901.
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