The following table was developed using the itemized expenditures pages of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) annual reports, Central TIF (TIF 1) only.
|Studies, admin & professional services||$1,243,353||$3,251,432||$9,136,135|
|Property assembly, demolition, site prep||$325,711 (land acq)||$441,945 (land acq)||$3,867 (land acq)|
|Rehab, construction, repair, remodeling, replacement of public buildings||$184,457||$156,316||$11,580|
|Public works improvements (sidewalks, streets, parking lots, stormwater)||$647,163||$2,245,251 ($1.9 mil for parking lot)||$343,613|
|Removal of contaminants required by enviro law/rules||0||0||0|
|Job training, retraining||0||0||0|
|Approved capital costs: private property rehab*||$341,436||$250,319||$176,488 (incl 6 res, total $22,806)|
|Approved capital costs: other capital improvements||$1,926,198||$2,758,831||$10,259,013|
|Reimbursement of school districts for increased costs caused by TIF assisted housing||0||0||0|
|Payments in lieu of taxes (PILOT)||0||0||0|
|Job training, retraining advanced vocational or career ed provided by other taxing bodies||0**||0||0|
|Reimbursement of private developers for interest expenses||0||0||0|
|Construction for low and very low income households||0||0||0|
|Day care services & centers' operational costs||0||0||0|
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*Most private property rehab appears to be Architectural Improvement Program (AIP) projects for downtown businesses, except as noted.
**Although no job training was claimed under itemized expenditures, Kishwaukee College was listed as a contractor for job training in another area of the report, with an expenditure of $200,000 for that year.