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Committee(s) Economic and Small Business Development
ChairSen. Ken Horn
Clerk NameElena Palombo
Clerk Phone517.373.1721
LocationHarry T. Gast Appropriations Room, 3rd Floor, Capitol Building, 100 S. Capitol Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933
DateThursday, 5/20/2021
Time12:00 PM
Time Notes
AgendaPending Introduction and Referral:

SB 459 (Sen. Jeremy Moss) Economic development: neighborhood enterprise zones; filing of neighborhood enterprise zone certificate; modify.

SB 129 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Businesses: associations; summer resort and parks associations; modify.

SB 437 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Michigan business tax: credits; time frame for completion of certain multiphase projects; modify.

SB 459 Sen. Moss Economic development: neighborhood enterprise zones; filing of neighborhood enterprise zone certificate; modify

SB 129 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Businesses: associations; summer resort and parks associations; modify.

SB 437 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Michigan business tax: credits; time frame for completion of certain multiphase projects; modify.

SB 360 (Sen. Roger Victory) Individual income tax: credit; employer-assisted housing credit; provide for.

SB 361 (Sen. Roger Victory) Individual income tax: other; certification of credits by Michigan state housing development authority; authorize.

SB 362 (Sen. Winnie Brinks) Property tax: exemptions; exemptions for certain residential rehabilitation projects; provide for.

SB 364 (Sen. Jeremy Moss) Economic development: neighborhood enterprise zones; use of neighborhood enterprise zones; expand incentives.

SB 422 (Sen. Ken Horn) Economic development: abatements; abatement of property taxes for residential facilities and housing; provide for.

SB 432 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Housing: other; payment in lieu of taxes for rural workforce housing projects; provide for.

And any other business properly before the committee.


In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Senate Business Office by phone [(517) 373-1675] or email senbusinessoffice@senate.michigan.gov if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.

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