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$ 580.3 Deadline for city to obligate shall be obligated under contracts begrant funds.
tween the city and third parties or under Model çities grant funds must be obli
formal cooperation agreements between gated under contracts between the city
the City Demonstration Agency and and third parties (i.e. operating agencies
other city departments on or prior to and contractors) or under formal co
September 30, 1975 (see $ 580.3). Howoperation agreements between the City
ever, such grant funds may be budgeted Demonstration Agency and other city
for expenditure after the grant assistdepartments on or prior to September
ance completion deadline, subject to a 30, 1975, except for program adminis
written agreement between HUD and tration. Any grant funds not so obligated
the city. by that date will be recaptured by HUD.
(c) Economic and housing developAny grant funds which become de-obli
ment corporations. Grant funds for ecogated after the obligation deadline date,
nomic and housing development corporamay be reprogrammed into previously
tions shall be obligated under contracts approved projects and activities or into
between the city and the development
corporations on or before September 30, program administration.
1975 (see $ 580.3). However, such grant $ 580.4 Deadline for completion of funds may be budgeted for expenditure
model cities grant assistance to after the grant assistance completion CCDP.
deadline, subject to a written agreement HUD, in consultation with each city, between HUD and the city. shall establish a grant assistance com (d) Special Circumstances. In order to pletion deadline date by which all model facilitate the establishment of a grant cities grant fund assistance to the com assistance completion deadline when prehensive city demonstration program there are projects and activities, not subshall end subject to exceptions set forth ject to paragraphs (a), (b), or (c) of in $ 580.5. Any costs incurred with re this section, which involve longer term spect to the comprehensive city demon contractual obligations than other projstration program after the grant assist ects and activities, HUD Regional Adance completion deadline shall be con ministrators may allow additional exsidered ineligible for funding under the ceptions to the grant assistance comGrant Agreement, with the exception of pletion deadline. Grant funds for projcosts incurred for activities listed in ects and activities excepted from the $ 580.5 below.
deadline by HUD Regional Administra
tors shall be obligated under contracts $ 580.5 Exceptions to grant assistance
between the city and third parties or completion deadline.
under formal cooperation agreements Costs may continue to be incurred between the City Demonstration Agency after the grant assistance completion and other city departments on or prior deadline date in the following areas: (a) to September 30, 1975 (see $ 580.3). Program administration. The city must However, such grant funds may be budgcontinue to provide an adequate num eted for expenditure after the grant asber of knowledgeable staff to carry out its sistance completion deadline, subject to responsibilities under the model cities
a written agreement between HUD and grant agreement until all HUD audit the city. findings with respect to the comprehen
Subpart B-Policies for Program Closeout sive city demonstration program have been cleared by HUD. The cost of pro $ 580.6 Final HUD audit of CCDP. viding such staff may be paid either with
The final HUD audit of the compremodel cities grant funds on an 80-20
hensive city demonstration program percent basis or with other funds at the
shall be conducted as early as possible option of the city. If the city elects to
after the grant assistance completion continue to pay for such staff with model
deadline. HUD, in consultation with the cities grant funds, such funds should be
city, shall determine the specific date on budgeted for program administration, in
which the audit will begin. Capital projorder that grant funds will be available
ects, relocation activities, development to pay staff expenses until all HUD audit
corporations, and other excepted projfindings have been resolved.
ects and activities for which funds are (b) Capital projects and relocation ac- budgeted for expenditure after the grant tivities. Grant funds for completion of assistance completion deadline, will recapital projects and relocation activities main subject to additional HUD audits.
Program administration costs incurred by the city after the final audit of the comprehensive city demonstration program will be certified to on a certificate of program completion. (See $ 580.7.) The costs will be reviewed by HUD field representatives and are subject to audit. $ 580.7 Certification of program com
pletion. When all audit findings contained in the final HUD audit report have been cleared, and if applicable, when HUD and the city have entered into a written agreement regarding the completion of any activities continuing after the grant assistance completion deadline, the city shall be required to certify program completion on a form prescribed by HUD. $ 580.8 Reports on projects and activi
ties continuing after grant assistance
completion deadline. The city shall be required to submit to HUD such reports as HUD shall deem necessary with respect to capital projects, relocation activities, development corporations, and other excepted projects and activities continuing beyond the grant assistance completion deadline. $ 580.9 Letter of credit adjustment and
draw downs. Upon HUD approval of the certificate of program completion and final financial statements, the city's letter of credit will be adjusted to equal the amount of the undisbursed allowable grant due to the city as shown on the certificate. $ 580.10 Final local evaluation of model
cities program. HUD will require a final evaluation of each locality's model cities program. The manner and forms for the final evaluation will be provided by HUD. $ 580.11 Citizen participation require
ments. Model cities policies relating to citizen participation remain in effect until the
grant assistance completion deadline has been reached.
Subpart C—Disposition of Property
Purchased With Model Cities Funds $ 580.12 Disposition of personal prop
erty. All office equipment, supplies, materials, and other personal property, purchased in whole or in part with grant funds and used for the administration of the program or in the administration of a project or activity operated by the city, shall be the sole property of the city. Final disposition of personal property, as described above, in the hands of a non-city operating agency shall be a contract matter between the city and the operating agency. $ 580.13. Assets held by economic and
housing development corporations. Investment assets derived from the use of grant funds, such as loan notes, collateral in a guarantee fund and real property, are the property of the city or the development corporation, depending upon the contract between them. When such investment assets return to liquid form upon the completion of their specific investment purpose, the proceeds will belong to the city or the development corporation, depending upon the contract between them. Income derived from investment assets shall also belong to the city or the development corporation, depending upon the contract between them. If the ownership of investment assets and the income derived therefrom is not otherwise specified by contract or law, the city shall be the sole owner of such assets and income. $ 580.14 Disposition of real property.
Following HUD approval of the certificate of program completion, HUD concurrence in the transfer of title to real property shall no longer be required.
FOR COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND
PART 600 COMPREHENSIVE
Subpart C-Procedural Requirements PLANNING ASSISTANCE
600.85 Purpose. Subpart A-General Information
600.90 Steps for application submission, Sec.
negotiation and approval. 600.1 Purpose.
600.95 Applications by States. 600.5 [Reserved).
600.100 The application package. 600.7 Definitions.
600.105 Overall Program Design. 600.10 Financial support. 600.16 Staff and consultant services.
Subpart D-State Procedures for Substate Plan600.20 Inservice training.
ning and Management Assistance and Serv.
ices 600.25 Who may be assisted. 600.30 Legal status and authority.
600.110 Purpose. 600.35 Assistance to States for statewide
600.115 State Overall Program Design. planning and for assistance and 600.120 Summary of substate planning and services to substate applicants.
management assistance proce600.36
dures. Eligible applicants to the State. 600.37 Provision of planning and manage
600.125 (Reserved] ment assistance and services to
600.128 Considerations in Stato assistance to
600.180 Negotiations with HUD.
600.136 Stato agency rovlow and evaluation. 600.40 Grants for areawide planning and Subpart E-Evaluation and Coordination management assistance.
Procedures 600.45 Assistance to large cities.
600.140 Purpose. 600.47 Assistance to urban counties.
600.146 Evaluation and review. 600.48 Assistance to Indian Tribal groups
600.160 Coordination and intorgovornmonor bodies.
tal review procedures. 600.50 Assistance to applicants having spe
600.160 OMB Oircular A-96 coordination cial needs.
procoduros. 600.55 Eligible activities: all applicants. 600.166 Governors' review and comment. 600.58 Ineligible activities: all applicants. 600.170 Ovorall Program Dosign rovlow. 600.59 Walvers.
AUTHORITY: Sec. 701, Housing Act of 1954, Subpart B-Special Requirements
68 Stat. 640; 40 U.S.C. 461; Secretary's dele600.60 Purpose.
gation of authority published at 36 FR 5004, 600.65 Environmental considerations.
effective Mar. 8, 1971. 600.66 Historic preservation considerations. SOURCE: 37 FR 6667, Apr. 1, 1972, unless 600.67 Comprehensive planning require- otherwise noted.
ment. 600.70 Required housing element.
Subpart A-General Information 600.72 Required land use element.
$ 600.1 Purpose. 600.75 Equal opportunity requirements. 600.80 Citizen involvement.
The purpose of this Subpart is to set
forth provisions of general applicability 138 FR 8011, Mar. 27, 1973.
with respect to the regulations in this Part. Such provisions relate to assisting ures to achieve State and local goals and recipients as follows:
objectives. (a) To develop and improve overall [39 FR 43378, Dec. 12, 1974) governmental capability and the management and decision-making capability
$ 600.5 [Reserved]. of Governors and Chief Executive Of- $ 600.7 Definitions. ficers to:
As used in this part, the following (1) Improve public service produc
terms shall have the meaning indicated. tivity by making governmental services
(a) “Applicant” means a State or unit more effective, efficient and less costly;
of general local government, or any com(2) Modernize state and local govern
bination thereof, or areawide planning ment institutions and areawide struc
organization which makes application tures to address community development
pursuant to the provisions of this Part. issues and to provide more responsive
One or more public agencies may be service;
designated by the Governor or a Chief (3) Analyze, develop and evaluate
Executive Officer of a unit of general fiscal and administrative policies to re
local government to undertake the comduce the cost of governmental services
prehensive planning and management and facilities;
assistance program in whole or in part, (4) Maximize the use and conserva
but only the State, or unit of general tion of existing resources;
local government or any combination (5) Develop a policy-planning-evalu
thereof, or areawide planning organizaation capacity; and
tion may be the applicant under this (6) Implement a comprehensive plan
Part. or part thereof or related plans or plan
(b) “Areawide planning organizaning.
tion" means an organization authorized (b) Address special problems or op
by law or by interlocal agreement to portunities including:
undertake planning for a metropolitan (1) Planning for the recovery from
or nonmetropolitan area which meets and to lessen the impact of floods and
the areawide organizational and jurisother natural or man-caused incidents;
dictional requirements of this part; and (2) Planning for economic recovery of
Council of Governments. communities impacted by substantial
(c) "Chief Executive Officer" means changes in Federal activities, such as
the elected official, or the legally desigbase closing; and
nated official, who has the primary re(3) Developing energy conservation
sponsibility for the conduct of the govmeasures to reduce energy consumption
ernmental affairs of a unit of general and to assist communities facing sub
local government. Examples of the stantial impact due to exploitation of
“Chief Executive Officer” of a unit of energy resources situated within or adjacent to the community.
general local government may be: the (c) Develop coordination mechanisms
elected mayor of a municipality; the which will facilitate planning on an inte
elected county executive of a county; the grated basis for States, metropolitan and chairman of a county commission or non metropolitan areas, counties, mu- board in a county that has no elected nicipalities and Indian tribal groups or county executive; the official designated bodies and to link governmental plan- pursuant to law by the governing body of ning and capital improvement programs. the unit of general local government, or
(d) Develop and carry out a compre- the chairman, governor, chief, or presihensive plan as part of an on-going com- dent (as the case may be) of an Indian prehensive planning process including:
tribe or Alaskan native village. (1) The development of land use plans
(d) “Council of Governments" and to facilitate the efficient use of land for
“COG” each means an organization auconservation, production, development
thorized by law or by interlocal agreeand redevelopment; (2) The development of housing plans
ment to undertake planning for a metroto maximize the use and conservation of
politan or nonmetropolitan area and existing housing stock and to facilitate
whose voting membership is composed the production of new housing to meet
solely of elected officials or their reprecommunity needs; and
sentatives which meets the areawide (3) Public facility, utility, recreational organizational and jurisdictional requireand other plans and regulatory meas- ments of this part.