(1)(a) “Agency-wide project development” means activity within the agency's boundaries that, as determined by the board,
encourages, promotes, or provides development or redevelopment for the purpose of
achieving the results described in an implementation plan, including affordable housing.
(b) “Agency-wide project development” does not include project area development under
a project area plan.
(2) “Certified tax rate” means the same as that term is defined in Section 59-2-924.
(3) “Cooperative development project” means project area development with impacts that extend beyond an agency's geographic
boundaries to the benefit of two or more communities.
(4) “Economic development project” means project area development for the purpose of:
(a) creating, developing, attracting, and retaining business;
(b) creating or preserving jobs;
(c) stimulating business and economic activity; or
(d) providing a local incentive as required by the Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity
under Title 63N, Economic Opportunity Act.
(5) “Eligible taxing entity” means a taxing entity that:
(a) is a municipality, a county, or a school district; and
(b) contains an agency partially or completely within the taxing entity's geographic
(6) “Implementation plan” means a plan adopted in accordance with Section 17C-1-1004 that:
(a) describes how the agency uses property tax revenue; and
(b) guides and controls agency-wide project development.
(7) “Project area incremental revenue” means the amount of revenue generated by the incremental value that a taxing entity
receives after a project area funds collection period ends.
(8) “Property tax revenue” means the amount of revenue generated by an agency from the property within the
agency using the current taxable value of the property and the agency's certified
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