Enterprise Zone Development Agency (EZDA)
On December 11, 2012, the Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution to form the Enterprise Zone Development Agency (EZDA). The EZDA was created to provide the private sector with incentives to invest in distressed areas within the county through tax reduction and other relaxation of governmental fiscal and regulatory constraints.
The resolution provides for an EZDA membership of nine voting representatives. Voting apportionment is established with one member from each of the following: the local chamber of commerce; local financial or insurance entities; local businesses and, where possible, businesses operating within the Enterprise Zone; the residents residing with the Enterprise Zone; the regional workforce board; the Economic Development Council representative; the local code enforcement agency; and the local law enforcement agency.
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Lecanto Government Building, Room 166