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Bottled Water Excise Tax (Watch)

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/02/25/bottled-water-excise-tax-(watch)02-25-2022-01-46-31
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HB 473 (Casello) and SB 798 (Taddeo) impose an excise tax on bottled water operators and specify the tax proceeds must be used to provide grants and loans to local governmental agencies for water projects, with priority given to septic-to-sewer conversion projects. (O'Hara) ...


Bottled Water Excise Tax (Watch)

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/03/04/bottled-water-excise-tax-(watch)03-04-2022-02-46-27
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HB 473 (Casello) and SB 798 (Taddeo) impose an excise tax on bottled water operators and specify the tax proceeds must be used to provide grants and loans to local governmental agencies for water projects, with priority given to septic-to-sewer conversion projects. (O'Hara) ...


Bottled Water Excise Tax (Watch) – FAILED 

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/03/11/bottled-water-excise-tax-(watch)-failed-03-11-2022-05-23-30
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HB 473 (Casello) and SB 798 (Taddeo) impose an excise tax on bottled water operators and specify the tax proceeds must be used to provide grants and loans to local governmental agencies for water projects, with priority given to septic-to-sewer conversion projects. (O'Hara) ...


Calendar Details

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Implementation Timeline

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Funding

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/research-resources/rescueplan/funding
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2021 Issues

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/research-resources/quality-cities-(qc)/2021-issues
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Rural Development (Support)

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/01/28/rural-development-(support)01-28-2022-02-03-13
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CS/HB 685 (Drake) reduces the required non-state match amount for the Regional Rural Development Grants Program from 25% to 15% and allows in-kind contributions to count toward this threshold. The bill removes the requirement that repaid funds from the Rural Community Development Revolving Loan Fund be matched to be retained to fund future loans. Finally, the bill revises the uses of the Rural Infrastructure Fund to remove the requirement that grants be linked to financing specific projects. It increases the proportion of an infrastructure project that may be covered by the grant from 50% to 75% and increases ...


Rural Development (Support)

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/02/04/rural-development-(support)02-04-2022-04-57-25
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CS/HB 685 (Drake) reduces the required non-state match amount for the Regional Rural Development Grants Program from 25% to 15% and allows in-kind contributions to count toward this threshold. The bill removes the requirement that repaid funds from the Rural Community Development Revolving Loan Fund be matched to be retained to fund future loans. Finally, the bill revises the uses of the Rural Infrastructure Fund to remove the requirement that grants be linked to financing specific projects. It increases the proportion of an infrastructure project that may be covered by the grant from 50% to 75% and increases ...


Rural Development (Support)

  • https://www.floridaleagueofcities.com/blog/legislative-bulletin/2022/02/11/rural-development-(support)02-11-2022-01-57-21
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CS/HB 685 (Drake) reduces the required non-state match amount for the Regional Rural Development Grants Program from 25% to 15% and allows in-kind contributions to count toward this threshold. The bill removes the requirement that repaid funds from the Rural Community Development Revolving Loan Fund be matched to be retained to fund future loans. Finally, the bill revises the uses of the Rural Infrastructure Fund to remove the requirement that grants be linked to financing specific projects. It increases the proportion of an infrastructure project that may be covered by the grant from 50% to 75% and increases ...