Arlington County, which is a part of the Northern Virginia location for Amazon’s second headquarters, has made its settlement with the corporate public.
The 20-web page document, launched on Tuesday, particulars the varied agreements the town made to carry the corporate to the world. For instance, Amazon will obtain unfold-out funds stemming from a projected enhance in resort taxes, and it’ll get two-days written discover for requests associated with the corporate made below the Virginia Freedom of Info Act. The Washington Post was the primary to report the information.
The Arlington County Board will vote on the settlement at its March 16 assembly.
Amazon will obtain as much as 15% of a “transient occupancy tax” — a present tax on resort rooms — if the corporate meets sure targets for a way a lot house its new facility will occupy in Arlington, based on the settlement. Amazon previously said this is able to whole $23 million over 15 years.
By June 30, 2020, Amazon should occupy 64,000 sq. toes of workplace house in Arlington to obtain the tax profit, in keeping with the doc. That requirement jumps to almost 5.6 million sq. toes by June 30, 2034.
Underneath the settlement, the Arlington County Board and Commonwealth of Virginia additionally agree to present two enterprise days discover of FOIA requests to permit “Amazon to take such steps because it deems applicable with regard to the requested disclosure of data.”