Chapter 110
TAXATION1

Article I. In General

110-1—110-25.    Reserved.

Article II. Property Tax

Division 1. Generally

110-26.    Tax day designated.

110-27.    City property taxes; late payment charges.

110-28.    Preparation of assessment roll.

110-29.    Review of assessment roll by board of review.

110-30.    Authority of board of review to modify assessment roll.

110-31.    Board of review; composition, powers and duties.

110-32—110-40.    Reserved.

Division 2. Tax Exemption, Payment of a Service Charge in Lieu of Taxes

110-41.    Application of state law.

110-42.    Mortgage loans to finance housing development for elderly persons of low or moderate income (Phoenix Place Apartments).

110-43.    Reserved.

110-44.    Same—Low or moderate income multiple-family dwelling project for elderly and elderly handicapped persons (Lakehaven Manor).

110-45.    Same—Low and moderate income multiple-family dwelling project (Crystal Lake Apartments).

110-46.    Same—Rehabilitation of existing project for low to moderate income persons (Auburn Hills Townhouses).

110-47.    Same—Rehabilitation of multiple-family dwellings for low to moderate income persons (North Hill Farms Apartments).

110-48.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for elderly persons of low or moderate income (Colonial Meadows).

110-49.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low to moderate income persons (Sanford Arms Apartments).

110-50.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low to moderate income senior persons (Paddock Manor).

110-51.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low to moderate income persons (Presbyterian Village North).

110-52.    Reserved.

110-53.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low to moderate income persons (The Renaissance Court Apartments).

110-54.    Same—Mortgage loans to finance housing development for elderly persons of low or moderate income (Elmhaven Manor).

110-55.    Mortgage loans to finance housing development for elderly persons of low or moderate income (Village of Oakland Woods II).

110-56.    Rehabilitation of existing project for low to moderate income persons (Spring Lake Village Apartments).

110-57.    Taxation of housing projects.

110-58.    Certain low to moderate income citizen housing projects exempt from taxation and subject to payment of a service charge.

110-59.    No tax exemption for all or any class of housing projects within the boundaries of the City of Pontiac.

110-60.    Severability.

110-61.    Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low income persons (Colonial Meadows Apartments).

110-62.    Mortgage loans to finance housing development for low income persons (Newman Court Apartments).

110-63—110-70.    Reserved.

Article III. Income Tax

110-71.    Uniform city income tax ordinance—Adopted; copies on file.

110-72.    Same—Amendments.


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Cross reference—Finance, § 2-485 et seq.; buildings and building regulations, ch. 22; community development, ch. 42.