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12 Pa. Code § 121.7. Enterprise zone organization.

§ 121.7. Enterprise zone organization.

 (a)  Successful applicants for enterprise planning zone grants are expected to develop an enterprise zone organization with membership which is representative of the vital interests of the local business community and includes representation from other community interest groups. Since the purpose of the organization is business development, representatives of the local business community should comprise a majority of the voting members of the organization. Owners and managers of local firms should be prominently represented. Other members of this majority segment should include commercial loan officers from local financial institutions and, if possible, a faculty member from the business department and one from the engineering department of a local college or university. Representatives of local unions should be invited to become members of the zone organization to provide additional insights on labor/management relations.

 (b)  The balance of membership should include, in addition to the chief elected municipal official or designee and a member of council, at least one member from each of the following:

   (1)  A representative who can speak knowledgeably on behalf of neighborhood organizations or interests.

   (2)  A member knowledgeable about the training capabilities of local institutions, including vo-tech schools, community colleges and other training and educational institutions.


   The provisions of this §  121.7 adopted February 11, 1983, effective February 12, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 747; corrected February 25, 1983, effective February 12, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 833; amended April 1, 1988, effective April 2, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1493. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (103725) to (103727).

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