LERTA Application

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LERTA Application

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    Application Steps

    Application Steps
    • You may file a LERTA application ifyou meet the requirements of353.0l or 355.03 Definitions ofthe City Codified Ordinance Title Seven - Property Tax Abatement Article - Ordinance 6459 or 6460.

    • Determine whether your project will be completed in phases or steps. LERTA applications must agree with the building permits.

    • When your building permit is approved, you may start constrnction and apply for LERTA within 30 days ofthe permit approval. Ifconstrnction is started before building pennits is approved, the LERTA application will not be accepted.

    • When your building permit is approved, you may start constrnction and apply for LERTA within 30 days ofthe permit approval. Ifconstrnction is started before building pennits is approved, the LERTA application will not be accepted.

    • All blocks from 1 through 11 must be completed with the correct information or it will be returned to the applicant.

    • Within 30 days from applying, if there are not objections from the various municipal bodies, you will receive a letter from the LERTA Coordinator along with the yellow and orange copies ofthe application.

    • The tax assessor along with the Codes office will do an initial inspection ofthe project.

    • The project must be completed by the expiration date of the building permit for the LERTA application to be considered for approval. Any application that is older than 2 years will be deemed expired and will not be approved.

    • When the project is completed, you must do the following:

      1. Complete Box 13 on the yellow copy ofthe LERTA application;

      2. Submit completed application, a $500.00 check and a copy ofthe Occupancy Permit to the LERTA Coordinator.

      3. Note: Completed LERTA application must be filed within 90 days of obtaining an occupancy permit.

      • The Codes office will do a final inspection ofthe project.

      • If the final inspection by the Codes office is approved, the tax assessor's office will be notified to proceed with a reassessment ofthe property. You will be notified that the assessor's office has been notified.

      • When reassessment is received from the tax assessor, the different municipal bodies along with you will be notified ofthe abatement amount.

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