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PortlandHood River CountyHood River CityCorvallisCannon BeachTillamook CountyNewportBendSistersEugeneAstoriaMcMinville SalemNewburgLane CountyWashington CountyCity of MilwaukieMedfordGrants PassTalentAshland
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Date adoptedJune 29, 2016June 19, 2017July 24, 2017November 7, 2016June 6, 20175/17/2017; Repealed by voters 11/7/2017August 7, 20172006Under considerationUnder considerationUnder considerationUnder consideration*Under consideration*Under considerationConsidered; Not moving forward at this time.Under consideration11/21/172/15/18Possibly under discussionUnder discussionUnder discussion
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OrdinanceCh. 6.08Ch. 3.24Ch. 15.17Ch. 8.16Ch. 3.20Ord. 83Ord. No. 2114Considered 10/31/17https://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/ordinance/83011/or2154.pdfhttp://www.ci.medford.or.us/files/CC%20Agenda%2002-15-18%20Packet.pdf (ordinance begins on p. 67)
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Amount of residential CET dedicated to housing50% IZ incentives; 35% for housing <60% AMI; 15% to state for homeownership50% to fund developer incentives, 35% to fund affordable housing programs and developer incentives, 15% to OHCS50% for developer incentives, 35% for city-defined affordable housing programs, 15% to HCS50% to fund developer incentives, 35% to fund affordable housing programs and developer incentives, 15% to OHCS50% to Affordable Housing Fund for developer incentives; 35% to Affordable Housing Fund to support City affordable housing program, 15% to state for homeownership50% to Community Development Workforce Housing Fund to fund finance-based incentives for programs that require affordable housing; 35% to the CDWHF to support the production and preservation of housing affordable <80% AMI; 15% to OHCS15% to OHCS, remainder for local affordable housing. The City Council intends to create a workgroup to determine how the money is spent.does not recommend a residential CET50% to developer incentives to build affordable housing; 35% to city affordable housing programs; 15% to state for down payment assistance50% to developer incentives to build affordable housing; 35% to city affordable housing programs; 15% to state for down payment assistance
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Amount of commercial CET dedicated to housing100% for affordable housing <60% AMI50% to expenses with a nexus to housing creation100% for city-defined affordable housing & incentives100% for city-defined affordable housing & incentives100% to Affordable Housing Fund to support City's affordable housing program100% to CDWHF to support production & preservation of units <200% AMIThe City Council intends to create a workgroup to determine how the money is spent.50% to developer incentives to build affordable housing; 50% to economic development100% to affordable housing
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Value of CET1% of permit value for both1% of permit value for both1% of permit value for both1% residential; 1.5% commercial and industrial1% of permit value for residential and commercial1% of permit value for residential and commercial1% on both, to be set annually by City Council resolution1/3 of 1% of permit value1% of the permit value for both1/3 of 1% of permit value; Maximum $50,000 for construction or industrial
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Expected revenue$8.1 million$165,000$660,000$96,000$300,000$100,000-$150,000$66,300$500,000
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Department overseeing CETPortland Housing BureauCommunity Development/Housing & Neighborhood Services DivisionCity managerDepartment of Community DevelopmentPlanning Department
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City contactLynne McConnellStephanie JenningsAlma Flores
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Additional infop. 154-163, http://www.co.hood-river.or.us/vertical/sites/%7B4BB5BFDA-3709-449E-9B16-B62A0A0DD6E4%7D/uploads/6.19.17_Packet_.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/60635/Corvallis_CET_Ordinance_and_Resolution.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/85161/A-0_Agenda_Summary.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/85161/A-0_Agenda_Summary.pdfhttp://www.ci.sisters.or.us/pdf/Recordings/Approved/cc081816ws.pdfhttps://ompnetwork.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sites/134/documents/cc_agenda_04-12-17.pdfhttp://astoria.or.us/Assets/dept_3/pm/pdf/03-20-17_cc%20memo%20_housing%20update.pdfhttp://www.lanecounty.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_3585797/File/Government/BCC/2017/2017_AGENDAS/091917agenda/T.7.B.pdfPage 65: https://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/city_council/meeting/packets/74491/2017-1121-rs_packet.pdf Page 64: http://www.ci.medford.or.us/files/CC%20Agenda%2002-15-18%20Packet.pdf
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NotesAffordability at 120% AMI; 50 year affordability periodhttp://www.newportoregon.gov/dept/cdd/documents/CET_Res3787SettingCETRates.pdfhttps://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2016R1/Downloads/CommitteeMeetingDocument/89626*Included in Newport memo in list of jurisdictions considering a CET*Included in Newport memo in list of jurisdictions considering a CETThe Commissioners decided not to move forward after a presentation and discussion.https://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/communitydevelopment/milwaukie-construction-excise-tax-cethttps://www.grantspassoregon.gov/1158/Housing-Advisory-Committee-Reference-Doc
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Mediahttp://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2016/06/portland_oks_construction_tax.htmlhttps://www.gorgeradio.com/hr-city-council-approves-construction-excise-tax-affordable-housing/http://www.gazettetimes.com/news/local/new-tool-in-battle-for-affordable-housing/article_17d440e6-a9e4-5552-b942-fecca5cb26f5.htmlhttp://www.dailyastorian.com/Local_News/20170607/cannon-beach-approves-excise-tax-for-housinghttps://www.tillamookheadlightherald.com/news_paid/county-plans-to-adopt-percent-tax-on-construction/article_07682808-34f7-11e7-9fbf-8367bbf9319f.htmlMore info at agenda: http://newportoregon.gov/citygov/comm/cc/agenda/City_Council_Regular_Session_Agenda_July_17_2017.pdfhttps://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/6311206-151/sisters-looking-at-tax-for-affordable-housinghttps://ompnetwork.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sites/134/documents/cc_agenda_04-12-17.pdfhttp://www.dailyastorian.com/Local_News/20170209/astoria-may-impose-construction-tax-to-increase-housinghttp://portlandtribune.com/pt/9-news/376458-262218-board-considers-housing-finance-optionshttp://portlandtribune.com/cr/24-news/379456-265899-milwaukie-city-council-enacts-1-percent-tax-on-new-constructionhttps://kobi5.com/news/city-medford-working-increase-housing-supply-69683/
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http://www.northcoastcitizen.com/2017/05/county-adopts-1-percent-tax-construction/https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/91422/A-1_CET_White_Paper_v4.pdfhttp://www.nuggetnews.com/main.asp?SectionID=7&SubSectionID=88&ArticleID=25169http://registerguard.com/rg/news/local/36079001-75/public-meetings.html.csphttps://www.milwaukieoregon.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/ordinance/83011/or2154.pdfhttps://kobi5.com/news/medford-city-council-considers-tax-fund-affordable-housing-71862/
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Revenue will also help fund a county housing coordinator position.http://www.newportoregon.gov/dept/cdd/documents/Housing_tools_2017.pdfhttp://www.mailtribune.com/news/20180217/affordable-housing-excise-tax-approved-unanimously
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