Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-30g-1 - Definitions

Current through March 4, 2022

The following definitions apply to Sections 8-30g-1 through 8-30g-11 inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies:

(1) "Affirmative fair housing marketing plan" means a plan to attract, as tenants or purchasers of both market-rate and price-restricted units in an affordable housing development, members of racial and ethnic groups who reside within the metropolitan statistical area or non-metropolitan statistical area within which the affordable housing development is located, but who are least likely to apply, as defined in section 8-37ee of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, for occupancy within such development;
(2) "Affordable housing appeals list" means the list, promulgated by the commissioner pursuant to section 8-30g(k) of the Connecticut General Statutes and section 8-30g-2 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, of those municipalities that are exempt from the affordable housing land use appeals procedure;
(3) "Assisted Housing" means "assisted housing" as defined in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes;
(4) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of Economic and Community Development;
(5) "Covenant or Restriction" means an enforceable requirement, in the form of a covenant, restriction or similar mechanism, contained in a deed that is recorded on the land records of the municipality in which the subject dwelling unit or set aside development is located;
(6) "Department" means the Department of Economic and Community Development;
(7) "Dwelling unit" means any house or building, or portion thereof, which may include legally approved accessory apartments, which is occupied, is designed to be occupied, or is rented, leased, or hired out to be occupied, as a home or residence of one or more persons;
(8) "Elderly unit" means a unit located in a residential development that complies with the requirements for age-restricted housing stated in 42 USC 3607 and corresponding regulations;
(9) "Housing unit-equivalent points" means the point value, as established in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes, assigned to a dwelling unit for the purpose of obtaining a state certificate of affordable housing completion;
(10) "Median income" means "median income" as defined in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes;
(11) "Moratorium" means a time period during which certain applications for affordable housing development, as provided in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes, are not subject to the procedure stated in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes for appeals to the superior court;
(12) "Municipality" means "municipality" as defined in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes;
(13) "Person" means any individual, partnership, corporation, association, governmental subdivision, agency, or public or private organization of any type;
(14) "Set-aside development" means "set-aside development" as defined in section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes;
(15) "State certificate of affordable housing completion" means a document issued by the department, that a municipality has satisfied the requirements, as set forth in sections 8-30g-1 through 8-30g-11, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, necessary for a moratorium on the applicability of section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes to certain applications for affordable housing development. A certificate is not effective until it has been published in the Connecticut Law Journal in accordance with section 8-30g of the Connecticut General Statutes; and
(16) "Total Estimated Dwelling Units" means the number of dwelling units in the municipality, based on the most recent United States decennial census published by the United States Census Bureau.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-30g-1
Effective December 27, 1990; Amended April 29, 2002; Amended May 3, 2005

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