Connecticut Laws - Title 13b Transportation
Sec. 13b-233. (Formerly Sec. 16-75h). Report of commissioner.

Sec. 13b-233. (Formerly Sec. 16-75h). Report of commissioner. (1098)(1-click HTML)

On or before March 1, 1980, and annually, thereafter, the Commissioner of Transportation shall submit to the Governor and the chairmen of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to transportation and to state finance, revenue and bonding a report describing the effect of the tax exemption provided by sections 12-251 and 13b-226 to 13b-233, inclusive, during the preceding calendar year, the tax exemption projects issued by him pursuant to said sections and his determination of the degree of compliance with such tax exemption projects in the preceding calendar year. The commissioner shall include in such report a summary of the financial condition of each railroad for which tax exemption projects have been issued as of the most recent practicable date, together with such additional information as he deems desirable. The commissioner shall also include in such report a list of all railroads providing passenger or freight service within the state which have not been granted an exemption by the aforementioned sections with the reasons for not granting such exemption, and his recommendations, if any, for changes in the laws of the state affecting such railroads in the light of the purposes of said sections. Railroads providing service in Connecticut may provide information in writing to the commissioner, which shall be considered by him, in the development of his recommendations for any changes in the laws of the state affecting railroads operating in the state or between this state and other states. (1099)


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