N.Y. General Municipal Law Section 970-G
Plan review

Before any redevelopment plan is adopted by the legislative body, it shall:


Submit such plan to the planning agency for its review and recommendations. Such review shall consider the conformity of such redevelopment plan with any master plan which has been adopted by the planning agency and approved by the legislative body. The planning agency may recommend for or against the approval of the redevelopment plan. Within thirty days after a redevelopment plan is submitted to it for consideration, the planning agency shall make and file its review and recommendations with the legislative body. If the planning agency does not report upon the redevelopment plan within thirty days after its submission, the legislative body may thereafter approve the plan without the review and recommendations of the planning agency;


Submit such plan to the boards of education of the school districts impacted by the redevelopment plan for review and approval of any tax allocation pursuant to § 970-P (Allocation of taxes)section nine hundred seventy-p of this article in relation to bonds issued under § 970-O (Tax increment bonds)section nine hundred seventy-o of this article. To be subject to such redevelopment plan and allocation of taxes pursuant to § 970-P (Allocation of taxes)section nine hundred seventy-p of this article, the board of education of an impacted school district shall adopt a resolution approving such plan and allocation and transmit such resolution to the legislative body.

Source: Section 970-G — Plan review, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/GMU/970-G (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).

Nov. 25, 2023

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

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