Describes how the proposed investment and the business firm will satisfy subsections (a) and (b) of this section, including indications of applicable services, relevant region and the relationship among intra-firm operations; and
Asserts that the proposed investment is significant for the enterprise zone and the local economy, succinctly explaining the reasons for this significance, such as the size of proposed operations relative to local measures of commerce, special job opportunities, diversification, strategic, marketing or visibility objectives of the zone, or other impacts.
As required under ORS 285C.180 (Qualified property generally)(2)(g), the business firm may not qualify for the exemption under ORS 285C.175 (Enterprise zone exemption), if the actual investment in qualified property does not substantively correspond to what was proposed in or with the Application. In determining if an actual investment is significantly inconsistent with such descriptions, relevant factors for the zone sponsor and county assessor to consider may include but are not limited to:(a) Is total cost of investment comparable to estimated costs? …, which under ORS 285C.185 (Minimum cost of qualified property)(2) is a matter only of relative amounts;(b) Is the configuration and size of building(s) similar to what was communicated or documented? …;(c) Did the timing of construction and installation of machinery & equipment approximate what was anticipated? …;(d) Will the facility undertake basically the same administrative, engineering or other (professional service) functions as proposed and otherwise fulfill the finding pursuant to paragraph (1)(c) of this rule? …; or(e) Is facility employment for purposes of section (4) of this rule like what was predicted?