Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-320j-7 - Amending an approved part 2 application

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The owner shall obtain written approval by the officer of any changes to the proposed rehabilitation work in the certified Part 2 application. The owner shall use a Part 2 application amendment form prescribed by the officer. Such changes include deleting work items, adding new work items or modifying the details of individual work items. The owner shall submit (1) a written description of the proposed change; (2) an estimate of the qualified rehabilitation expenditures; and (3) architectural drawings, specifications, or other technical information necessary to evaluate the proposed rehabilitation work.
(b) The officer shall review amendments to approved Part 2 applications not more than thirty calendar days after receipt and shall notify the owner in writing if additional information is required to complete review. The owner shall have thirty calendar days after the date of notification by the officer to respond in writing. Upon written request by the owner on or before the original deadline, the officer shall grant an extension to the owner.
(c) If the proposed changes meet the rehabilitation standards, the officer shall approve the Part 2 application amendment.
(d) If the proposed changes do not meet the rehabilitation standards, the officer shall notify the owner in writing what modifications to the rehabilitation work are needed for approval of the amendment. The owner shall have thirty calendar days after the date of notification by the officer to respond in writing. Upon written request by the owner on or before the original deadline, the officer shall grant an extension to the owner. Failure to respond shall result in denial of the amendment. If the owner does not bring the proposed rehabilitation work to the historic property into conformance with the rehabilitation standards, the officer shall deny the amendment.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-320j-7
Adopted effective February 7, 2000

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