DUPONT DIEBOLD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AREA/DIEBOLD NORTH ALLOCATION AREA
The Allen County Redevelopment Commission is in the process of designating an area of real estate in Allen County as an Allocation Area. The purpose of this designation is to allow the Allen County Redevelopment Commission to use property tax increment to assist with the financing public infrastructure improvements.
The Diebold North Allocation Area in the Dupont Diebold Economic Development Area comprises 84.15 acres at the Southeast corner of Diebold and Union Chapel Roads.
The Allen County Redevelopment Commission will hold a public hearing on September 13, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 035 of Citizens Square for the purpose of hearing from persons interested in or affected by the creation of the Diebold North Allocation Area.
Below is a link to the amended Dupont Diebold Economic Development Area Plan. Also included are the public hearing notice and the fiscal impact statement for the area.
May 1, 1982, the Allen County Board of Commissioners adopted Resolution 82-05-01 creating the Allen County Redevelopment Commission. The commission has five voting members and a non-voting member representing a school district. The Allen County Board of Commissioners is responsible for appointing three members as well as the non-voting member and the Allen County Council appoints two members. All members serve one year terms and terms served are unlimited. Each year the commission elects a president, vice president and secretary to preside over meetings. The commission is also represented by legal counsel and the county auditor serves as the commission's treasurer.
2022 Redevelopment Member List
Richard E. Beck, Jr. - President, Commission member since 2002
Kurt Gutman - Vice President, Commission member since 2005
Darren Vogt - Secretary, Commission member since 2015
Jill Kinder - Commission member since 2019
Tom Harris - Commission member since 2021
Tim Hines - Commission member since 2020 (non-voting)
Created by the Allen County Board of Commissioners on December 4, 2015, the Allen County Redevelopment Authority has three voting members appointed by the Allen County Board of Commissioners. Members serve three year terms and are unlimited. Each year the authority elects a president, vice president and secretary-treasurer to preside over meetings.
2022 Redevelopment Authority Member List
Richard E. Beck, Jr. - President
Jill Kinder - Vice President
Kurt Gutman - Secretary