Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-133m-1 - Definitions

Current through March 4, 2022

As used in section 22a-133m-1 to section 22a-133m-3, inclusive, of these regulations:

(1) "Manufacturing or economic base business" shall be construed as defined in section 32-222(k) of the general statutes.
(2) "Targeted investment community" shall be construed as defined in section 32-222(u) of the general statutes.
(3) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Economic Development.
(4) "Transferor" means the person transferring the interest in the property to the Commissioner.
(5) "Eligible applicant" means any manufacturing or economic base business, as defined under sec. 32-222(f) of the general statutes; and any other for-profit organization or nonprofit organization.
(6) "Eligible project" means any existing polluted commercial or industrial property that is proposed to be reused for economic development purposes by an eligible applicant following the remediation of such polluted property pursuant to sections 22a-133m-1 to 22a-133m-3, inclusive, of these regulations.
(7) "Agreement" means an agreement between the Commissioner of economic development and an eligible applicant for the remediation and reuse of polluted property pursuant to sections 22a-133m-1 to 22a-133m-3, inclusive, of these regulations.
(8) "For-profit organization" means a for-profit partnership or sole proprietorship or corporation which is a manufacturing or economic base business or which has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the commissioner that it has the qualifications, including financial qualifications, necessary to carry out an eligible project.
(9) "Nonprofit organization" means a nonprofit corporation as defined in section 33-421 of the general statutes which is organized under the laws of this state and which has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the commissioner that it has the qualifications, including financial qualifications, necessary to carry out an eligible project.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-133m-1
Effective February 18, 1994

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