HB 69: Bill Would Revise Ohio TIF Law, Require Township Compensation Under Certain TIF Arrangements
Bricker & Eckler.
Ohio municipalities that use tax increment financing (TIF) to support economic development should be aware of significant legislation that was recently approved by the Ohio House of Representatives. Under Ohio House Bill 69 (H.B. 69), authored by Representative Bob Cupp (R-Lima), municipalities would be required to compensate townships for tax revenue diverted through certain TIF incentive arrangements. For details on this legislation, click HERE.
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