Economic Development Bills Sponsored By Senator Ivey-Soto
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This bill -- which is now law -- allowed the developer of Winrock Town Center to restructure the existing tax increment districts, and is directly responsible for enabling the current redevelopment of Winrock Town Center, which will ultimately result on over 2,000 jobs.
This bill -- the content of which was passed in HB 641 (2013) and is now law -- deals with how manufacturing expenses are reported for taxation purposes, and is a key component hailed by economic development experts in encouraging manufacturing in New Mexico.
This bill would have made New Mexico's High Wage Jobs Tax Credit competitive with surrounding states, and was recognized by the Senate President Pro Tem as encouraging exactly the kind of jobs the statewide Jobs Council was trying to attract.
This bill sought to implement the modernization of the structure for a limited liability company consistent with best business practices around the country. It was supported by the Corporations Division and will be pursued again in future years.
This would have saved existing energy production tax credits and encouraged job growth.
This proposed constitutional amendment was supported by Albuquerque Economic Development, the Association of Commerce and Industry, and the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce. It would have permitted the creation of economic development and revitalization zones to encourage private investment in New Mexico.
This bill would have permitted revitalization of contaminated brownfields while attaching a covenant to the property restricting the use of that land.