Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-175u-5 - Application for project grants and project loans; Issuance of commitments to fund

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) A municipality must file a completed preliminary application with the Commissioner on or before March 1 in any fiscal year, unless otherwise extended by the Commissioner, in order to be eligible to receive a commitment to fund during the fiscal year next following such date.
(b) Any municipality which submits a completed preliminary application and which does not receive a commitment to fund as provided in subsection (a) of section 13a-175u-5 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies shall be required to resubmit such preliminary application for it to be reconsidered for funding during the next succeeding fiscal year, or shall notify the Commissioner in writing that the municipality wants such preliminary application as previously submitted to be so reconsidered.
(c) A preliminary application shall provide all information requested by the Commissioner on the preliminary application form.
(d) Following each filing date the Commissioner shall rank in the order of the priority list of eligible bridge projects then in effect each preliminary application which is complete. On or before June 30 of the then current fiscal year, the Commissioner shall issue commitments to fund, in the order of such priority list, each eligible bridge project the construction of which is scheduled to commence within the next succeeding fiscal year, to the extent moneys therefore are available, provided, however, that a municipality may request a waiver of the construction commencement date from the Commissioner if justification can be provided for not commencing construction of an eligible bridge project within the next succeeding fiscal year. However, for eligible projects for which the preliminary application was filed on or before October 1, 1984, or such later date as may be established by the Commissioner, commitments to fund shall be issued by the Commissioner within 90 days of such date.
(e) A commitment to fund shall lapse (1) as to a project loan or a project grant if the municipality's supplemental application as filed with the Commissioner contains estimated project costs in excess of those set forth in the municipality's preliminary application and insufficient moneys remain to fund the amount of the project loan or project grant or both, as the case may be, being requested, or (2) a municipality fails to file with the Commissioner within 270 days of the date its commitment to fund is issued, unless any such date is extended by the Commissioner for good cause shown, a completed supplemental application which shall contain all information requested by the Commissioner on the supplemental application form.
(e) In the case of an eligible bridge project involving more than one municipality, only one preliminary application and one supplemental application shall be filed. Each such application shall contain all the information required by these regulations with respect to each participating municipality and the preliminary application shall designate the managing municipality.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-175u-5
Effective October 24, 1984; Amended October 7, 1999

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