§ 251.010 Department created
§ 251.020 Definitions
§ 251.030 Functions of department
§ 251.032 Payments to regional planning commissions, how made — limitation.
§ 251.034 Matching funds required — limitation on state funds.
§ 251.036 Application for funds, how made — approval of governor required.
§ 251.038 Regional planning commission to include certain state senators and ..
§ 251.040 Department may require reimbursement from political subdivisions
§ 251.050 Director, appointment, compensation
§ 251.060 Duties of director
§ 251.070 Department to implement older Americans act
§ 251.080 Director may delegate his duties, structure department, appoint committees
§ 251.090 Powers of department
§ 251.100 Office of department to be in Jefferson City
§ 251.110 Biennial report to be submitted
§ 251.120 Interference with other state agencies or local governments not intended
§ 251.140 Transfer of duties and funds of office of state and regional planning
§ 251.150 Short title
§ 251.160 Definitions — creation, procedure — change in boundaries, certain …
§ 251.170 Department official state planning agency — powers and duties.
§ 251.180 Projects covered
§ 251.190 State office, functions and powers
§ 251.200 Governor may assign state office additional duties
§ 251.210 State office annual report
§ 251.220 Source of matching funds
§ 251.230 State office to assume certain functions formerly performed by division of ..
§ 251.240 State office in Jefferson City
§ 251.250 Regional commissions — membership — terms — qualifications.
§ 251.255 Regional planning commission deemed political subdivision — retirement …
§ 251.260 Expenses of regional commission members
§ 251.270 Regional commission officers — meetings — records.
§ 251.280 Regional commission may employ executive secretary, employees, consultants
§ 251.290 Regional commission may appoint advisory group — expenses of advisory members.
§ 251.300 Regional commission, powers and duties — functions advisory only.
§ 251.310 Regional commission annual report, to whom made
§ 251.320 Regional plan, contents
§ 251.330 Plan to be filed — hearing — notice.
§ 251.340 Adoption of plan
§ 251.350 Certification of plan to local governmental units
§ 251.360 Selection of sites for facilities included in regional plan
§ 251.370 Adoption of plan by local governmental units — hearing — notice.
§ 251.380 Authorized planning units may contract with federal, state, or local ..
§ 251.390 Regional commission may accept funds
§ 251.400 Regional commission budget — apportionment of costs to local units.
§ 251.410 Regional commission may be compensated for unique services
§ 251.420 Regional commission may accept payment in kind from local units
§ 251.430 Local units may withdraw from jurisdiction of regional commission — hearing …
§ 251.440 Dissolution of regional commission, procedure
§ 251.470 Citation of law
§ 251.473 Definitions
§ 251.476 Missouri main street program, established — purposes.
§ 251.479 Techniques to be employed by program
§ 251.481 Plan, development of, contents of — pilot cities.
§ 251.483 Duties of department of economic development
§ 251.485 Missouri main street program fund, created — uses of fund — fund not to lapse.
§ 251.500 Definitions
§ 251.505 Economic development district, established, how, purpose — board …
§ 251.510 Powers of board
§ 251.600 Citation of law
§ 251.603 Definitions
§ 251.605 District may be established — board, members, how appointed.
§ 251.610 Powers of the board
§ 251.615 Sales tax authorized, ballot language — deposit of tax revenue, use of …
§ 251.618 Incremental tax financing permitted, when — county assessor duties — tax …
§ 251.621 Plan required, contents — findings required.
§ 251.624 Termination of incremental tax financing, when, procedure
§ 251.627 County clerk to annually ascertain amount of value of taxable property in ..
§ 251.630 Issuance of bonds, purpose — refunding — interest exempt from state taxation.
§ 251.650 Securing of grants, departments to collaborate — consultation with private …

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