To achieve this, a zone is created free of arbitrary laws, regulation, fines and taxes. A negotiation with the existing authorities, county, state and federal to exempt the zone from thier control except for revenue that is currently provided from that area.
It is said local government is the best government and also that consistent, unchanging regulation enables growth. The proposed zones would have all control local except that requires higher authority. The basic law would be in the contract negotiated with the existing authority and fine tuned by local laws and regulation.
With this framework, it is possible to create both libertarian and socially active communities. The success of the community is judged by the economic success achieved. Not the optimal economic success but a minimum required to meet the zones contractual obligations. Those supporting the dependent will need to generate the funds needed to support the support needs. The funding of zone government is a fixed tax on land owners, as is the land as guarantee for the zone.
Prosperity District may not and shall not under any circumstances, directly or indirectly, principally or incidentally, or for any purpose, enjoy, accept, claim or exercise any power: (i) to levy any Tax; (ii) of eminent domain; (iii) of civil property forfeiture based on actions or omissions that constitute a violation of criminal law unless the owner of such property has been convicted of violating that criminal law; (iv) to furnish any Subsidy to Private Enterprise; (v) to establish or enforce by Regulation or otherwise, directly or indirectly, any monopoly or cartel in the provision of any good or service within its jurisdiction in derogation of the Common Law; (vi) to accept gifts, grants or conditional grants from any governmental unit, including, but not limited to, any state, county, municipality or the United States Government, which are sourced from taxes, government-imposed fees or fines, or borrowing which is secured or to be repaid by taxes or government-imposed fees or fines; (vii) to delegate all or any portion of its governing authority to any other entity or to accept the delegation of governing authority in addition to that expressly delegated by this Compact from any other governmental unit; or (viii) to permit any other governmental unit to exercise governing authority or jurisdiction within its boundaries (except as authorized by section 2(d) of Article II or as non-governmental persons may otherwise agree in adopting a venue selection clause or choice of law provision in a valid contract between them).