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  • In addition, NIMA explicitly sets forth premium tax allocation schedules and formulas.
  • San Jose Redevelopment Agency, $ 240 million of tax allocation bonds.
  • Irwindale Community Redevelopment Agency, Calif ., $ 65 million of tax allocation bonds.
  • Poway Redevelopment Agency, California, $ 79 million of tax allocation bonds.
  • I believe one option is to increase the federal gas-tax allocation for environmental purposes.
  • Riverside, Calif ., Development Agency, $ 106 million of 2004 tax allocation revenue bonds.
  • Riverside, Calif ., Redevelopment Agency, $ 75 million of 2004 tax allocation housing bonds.
  • -- Industry Urban Development Agency of California, $ 143 million in tax allocation bonds.
  • Long Beach, Calif ., Bond Finance Authority, $ 78.8 million of tax allocation revenue bonds.
  • Cuney worked to ensure that tax allocations guaranteed education for black students in the segregated system.
  • Long Beach, Calif ., Bond Finance Authority, $ 78 . 8 million of tax allocation revenue bonds.
  • Tax allocations to governments along the planned Shinkansen lines also will be increased to help cover costs.
  • In common with other regional groups seeking decentralization, Basques want more control over development, education and tax allocation.
  • Almost half the museum's budget is subsidized by the state, through direct subsidies, special tax allocations and grants.
  • The state has changed the laws regarding property tax allocation many times to attempt to limit its extensive education costs.
  • The change was partly motivated by the threat of losing $ 28.5 million from a tax allocation district fund if construction was not started by June 2012.
  • A Roth-Biden amendment to the highway bill would have let states allocate a little of their highway tax allocations to Amtrak they way they do now for anti-pollution and anti-congestion projects.
  • In 1687, the parish registers indicated that Chambourg had 187 feu fiscal ( tax allocation units ), then 208 units in 1789, the last known value before the first census in population.
  • He served as minister of the Calhoun County Tax Allocation Board in 1949 and 1950 and served as administrative assistant to U . S . Representative Paul W . Shafer from 1951 to 1954.
  • Instead it was financed through a $ 7.8 million State Library Grant, $ 5.7 million partnership with Victoria Gardens regional town center developer Forest City Enterprises, private partnerships, Community Development Block Grant funds, and Redevelopment Agency Tax Allocation Bond Funds.
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