The TDFP is a state program that requires state approval. The numbers presented to the board anticipate state approval, but since State approval is not guaranteed, the sales tax rebate was intentionally left out, therefore if it was not approved Spotsylvania would retain the sales tax. Since sales tax collected is generated by the performance of Kalahari, there is a possibility that Kalahari, will generate sales tax that could cover the amount needed for the TDFP contribution required prior to the end of the 20 year performance agreement. This translates into the potential for Spotsylvania to retain the 1% sales tax in the out lying years of the agreement, thereby creating a greater tax return than anticipated for Spotsylvania. Using the 1% local contribution leverages a 2% match by the Commonwealth and another 2% from the developer.