Miami-Dade Legislative Item
File Number: 023301
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File Number: 023301 File Type: Resolution Status: Withdrawn
Version: 0 Reference: Control: Budget and Finance Committee
File Name: INCORP AND ANNEX RETAIN PART OF UMSA FOR CBI AREAS Introduced: 11/18/2002
Requester: NONE Cost: Final Action:
Agenda Date: Agenda Item Number:
Notes: WITHDRAWN PER RAY BAKER 5/15 B&F COMMITTEE Title: RESOLUTION RELATING TO INCORPORATION AND ANNEXATION REQUIRING THAT THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RETAIN AS PART OF THE UNINCORPORATED MUNICIPAL SERVICE AREA (UMSA) CERTAIN BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL (CBI) AREAS; PROVIDING EXCEPTIONS
Indexes: ANNEXATION
  INCORPORATION
Sponsors: Jose "Pepe" Diaz, Prime Sponsor
Sunset Provision: No Effective Date: Expiration Date:
Registered Lobbyist: None Listed


Legislative History

Acting Body Date Agenda Item Action Sent To Due Date Returned Pass/Fail

Budget and Finance Committee 5/15/2003 2A Withdrawn

Budget and Finance Committee 3/6/2003 2F ALT. Deferred to next committee meeting P
REPORT: See report/note under Agenda Item 2F - Legislative File #023241.

Incorporation and Annexation Subcommittee 3/4/2003 2A ALT. Referred Budget and Finance Committee 3/6/2003 P
REPORT: The foregoing proposed resolution was deferred and referred to the Budget and Finance Committee for consideration on March 6, 2003 at 9:30 a.m.

Budget and Finance Committee 1/16/2003 2D ALT. Referred Incorporation and Annexation Subcommittee P

Board of County Commissioners 11/19/2002 9A16 ALTERNATE Deferred
REPORT: The foregoing proposed resolution was deferred and referred to committee. First Assistant County Attorney Murray Greenberg stated there was a typographical error in the memorandum attached to the foregoing proposed resolution. He noted the memorandum stated 100 percent and 10 percent was correct.

County Attorney 11/18/2002 Assigned Craig H. Coller

Legislative Text


TITLE
RESOLUTION RELATING TO INCORPORATION AND ANNEXATION REQUIRING THAT THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RETAIN AS PART OF THE UNINCORPORATED MUNICIPAL SERVICE AREA (UMSA) CERTAIN BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL (CBI) AREAS; PROVIDING EXCEPTIONS

BODY
WHEREAS, as policies should be adopted by the Board of County Commissioners which will minimize or eliminate any adverse fiscal impact on the unincorporated municipal service area ("UMSA") budget due to incorporations and annexations; and
WHEREAS, as prospective municipalities or municipalities desiring to annex an area may have within their proposed boundaries high-value commercial, business or industrial areas ("CBI Areas"); and
WHEREAS, all County residents contribute to the value of the CBI Areas; and
WHEREAS, the retention of the CBI Areas will help reduce the negative impact of the annexation or incorporation of affluent areas on the UMSA budget,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. The CBI areas identified in Attachment A and incorporated herein by reference to this Resolution are hereby retained by the County as part of UMSA. No request by the Board of County Commissioners shall be approved for annexation or incorporation of the
areas described in Attachment A unless the requested annexation or incorporation qualities for exception is authorized by Sections 2 through 4 of this Resolution.
Section 2. Any non-donor community that requires the inclusion of CBI or a portion thereof to realize revenue neutrality within their proposed incorporation boundaries will be exempt from the application of this Resolution. For purposes of this Section, a "non-donor" community is defined as where the revenue generated from the area as part of UMSA are less than or equal to the expense incurred by the County to serve their area. For purposes of this Section, "revenue neutrality" is the state whereby revenue currently generated from the area as part of UMSA are equal to or less than the cost of services provided by the County.
Section 3. Any annexing municipality having a below average per capita taxable value as compared to all other cities within Miami-Dade County, including UMSA, and has an above average tax effort as compared to all other cities in Miami-Dade County, including UMSA shall be exempt from the application of Section 1 to the extent necessary to achieve an average per capita taxable value. It is provided, however, that the annexing municipality pursuant to an interlocal agreement shall agree that if after annexation the municipality reduces its tax effort to below the average tax effort as compared to all cities including UMSA, it shall pay a mitigation fee into a municipal services trust fund equal to the revenues generated in the proposed annexed area less the cost of services which the County provided to the area prior to annexation.
Section 4. Any annexing municipality having a below average per capita taxable value as compared to all other cities within Miami-Dade County, including UMSA, and where ten (10) percent of families or individuals are below the poverty level status in the annexing municipality, as reported by the U.S Census Bureau, shall be exempt from the application of Section 1. It is provided, however, that the annexing municipality pursuant to an interlocal agreement shall agree that if after annexation the municipality reduces its tax effort it shall pay a mitigation fee into a municipal services trust fund equal to the revenues generated in the proposed annexed area less the cost of services which the County provided to the area prior to annexation.


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ATTACHMENT A

INDEX


CBI Area Page


N.E. Industrial Area 1

Gratigny 2

MIA Industrial Area 3
Airport West CBI 4
Mall of Americas 5
Tropical Park Commercial/Industrial 6
Dadeland 7
Tamiami Airport 8
The Falls 9
Cutler Ridge 10



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