Local Development Finance Authority

Local Development Finance Authority


"The Local Development Financing Act (LDFA), Public Act 281 of 1986, as amended, allows eligible entities to establish area boundaries, create and implement a development plan, acquire and dispose of interests in real and personal property, issue bonds and use tax increment financing to fund public infrastructure improvements for eligible property. The tool is designed to promote economic growth and job creation. Communities across Michigan have used this tool to support companies in manufacturing, agricultural processing, and high technology operations."

-Excerpt from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Pure Michigan

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LDFA Chair

Phil Utter

LDFA Vice Chair
Paul Harmon

LDFA Secretary
Bill Call

Members of the BoardGavelEd Alverson
Wayne Copeland
Ron Daly
Ron VanHouten