Where can local governments form TADs?

The Redevelopment Powers Law limits communities to including a maximum of 10% of the community’s Tax Digest in all TADs it creates. When forming a TAD, the local government designates a specific geographic area that has the potential for redevelopment but suffers from blight, underinvestment, or a lack of infrastructure. 

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1. What is a Tax Allocation District, and how does it work?
2. Where can local governments form TADs?
3. Will I pay a higher tax rate if my property is within a TAD?
4. What does the TAD referendum authorize, and when did it pass in Athens-Clarke County?
5. How is a TAD area created?
6. If the local government decides to create a TAD, how does the School District become involved?
7. How long does a TAD stay in effect?
8. How do private developers benefit from TADs?
9. What is the tax increment?