“Facility” means that term as defined in part 201.
“Blighted” means property that meets any of the following criteria as determined by the governing body:
(i) Has been declared a public nuisance in accordance with a local housing, building, plumbing, fire, or other related code or ordinance.
(ii) Is an attractive nuisance to children because of physical condition, use, or occupancy.
(iii) Is a fire hazard or is otherwise dangerous to the safety of persons or property.
(iv) Has had the utilities, plumbing, heating, or sewerage permanently disconnected, destroyed, removed, or rendered ineffective so that the property is unfit for its intended use.
(v) Is tax reverted property owned by a qualified local governmental unit, by a county, or by this state. The sale, lease, or transfer of tax reverted property by a qualified local governmental unit, county, or this state after the property’s inclusion in a brownfield plan shall not result in the loss to the property of the status as blighted property for purposes of this act.
(vi) Is property owned by or under the control of a land bank fast track authority, whether or not located within a qualified local governmental unit. Property included within a brownfield plan prior to the date it meets the requirements of this subdivision to be eligible property shall be considered to become eligible property as of the date the property is determined to have been or becomes qualified as, or is combined with, other eligible property. The sale, lease, or transfer of the property by a land bank fast track authority after the property’s inclusion in a brownfield plan shall not result in the loss to the property of the status as blighted property for purposes of this act.
(vii) Has substantial buried subsurface demolition debris present so that the property is unfit for its intended use.
“Functionally obsolete” means that the property is unable to be used to adequately perform the function for which it was intended due to a substantial loss in value resulting from factors such as overcapacity, changes in technology, deficiencies or super adequacies in design, or other similar factors that affect the property itself or the property’s relationship with other surrounding property.
“Historic resource” means that term as defined in section 90a of the Michigan strategic fund act, 1984 PA 270, MCL 125.2090a.