(1) Make preliminary and final approvals of all applications for projects and enter into agreements pertaining to projects with approved companies;
(2) Employ fiscal consultants, attorneys, appraisers and other agents as the executive director of the development office finds necessary or convenient for the preparation and administration of agreements and documents necessary or incidental to any project; and
(3) Impose and collect fees and charges in connection with any transaction.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2013 1st Special Session
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