24 CFR 969.106 - ACC extension in absence of current operating subsidy.
Where Operating Subsidy under an ACC is not approved for payment during a time period which results in extension of the term of the ACC provisions related to project operation, with respect to a particular project, pursuant to § 969.105, the PHA shall, at least one year before the anticipated ACC Expiration Date for the project, notify HUD as to whether or not the PHA desires to maintain a basis for receiving Operating Subsidy with respect to the project after the anticipated ACC Expiration Date. This notification shall be submitted to the appropriate HUD Field Office in the form of a resolution of the PHA's Board of Commissioners. If the PHA does not desire to maintain a basis for Operating Subsidy payments with respect to the project after the anticipated ACC Expiration Date, the resolution shall certify that no Operating Subsidy shall be utilized with respect to the project after the effective date of this rule and that all financial records and accounts for such a project shall be kept separately. If the PHA does desire to maintain a basis for such Operating Subsidy payments, the resolution shall include the PHA's request for extension of the term of the ACC provisions related to project operation, for a period of not less than one nor more than 10 years. Upon HUD's receipt of the request, HUD and the PHA shall enter into an ACC amendment effecting the extension for the period requested by the PHA, unless HUD finds that continued operation of the project cannot be justified under the standards set forth in 24 CFR part 970 (HUD's regulation on demolition or disposition of public housing).
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