Agreements with private entities which may include the sharing of public resources by the public agency, the reduction of regulatory burdens, asset monetization, fee producing infrastructure, concession agreements or other measures, the risks to the private person or entity can be reduced to a level whereby the development entity and investors can earn a commercially reasonable return on investment and will accordingly proceed with the project.
The modification of zoning and other land use restrictions affecting the feasibility of development.
Permit Fee Reimbursement:
Provide direct or indirect financial assistance with entitlement, development fees incurred by other agencies and/or permits. Permits fees are reimbursed after 12 months since the final occupancy permit was issued.