Connecticut Laws - Title 32 Commerce And Economic And Community Development
CHAPTER 585 ENTERPRISE ZONES, ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICTS, ENTERPRISE CORRIDOR ZONES AND AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT ZONES
Sec. 32-75a. Railroad depot zones. Regulations.

Sec. 32-75a. Railroad depot zones. Regulations. (1219)(1-click HTML)

A municipality which has an enterprise zone designated under section 32-70 and an abandoned or underutilized railroad depot which is located outside of the enterprise zone may, with the approval of the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development, designate the property on which such depot is located and the properties adjacent to such property as a railroad depot zone. Businesses located within a railroad depot zone shall be entitled to the same benefits, subject to the same conditions, under the general statutes for which businesses located in an enterprise zone qualify. The commissioner shall adopt regulations in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 which (1) further define the term "railroad depot" for the purposes of this section, (2) establish an application procedure for municipalities seeking the approval of the commissioner for railroad depot zone designations, and (3) establish criteria for the issuance by the commissioner of approvals for such designations. (1220)

  

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