Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 110-7-2-.04 - Eligible Activities
(1) All applicants for multi-county or regional economic development projects must submit an application to the Department, in a format prescribed by the Department. Applicants must demonstrate that they have a viable multi-county or regional community or economic development implementation project and clearly identify the proposed use of the funding.
(2) Eligible uses of funds include, but are not limited to, regional facilities including industrial parks, business parks, conference centers, convention centers, or other similar or related economic development parks, centers, or facilities or any combination thereof; regional water and sewer treatment facilities; regional transportation and communication facilities; integral to the advancement of economic development efforts; consolidation activities for government services integral to the advancement of economic development efforts; regional development planning, studies, marketing and recruitment programs; or any other economic development and business assistance multi-county activity important to regional economic development.
(3) In order to qualify as a multi-county or regional facility, the construction or acquisition project must a) be owned by at least two local governments with the participation of at least two counties, or b) be owned by a joint development authority involving two or more counties. All facilities must operate under a revenue sharing agreement among two or more local governments.
(4) Multi-county or regional activities that do not involve construction such as studies, marketing, professional services, contracts, and other economic development activities must demonstrate service to a multi-county area.
(5) Funds will be available to provide incentives for consolidation activities integral to the advancement of economic development efforts. Consolidation activities include a) assessments of the need and desirability of consolidation of local government services (including privatization of such services); b) planning grants for the consolidation of local government services (including privatization of such services) when it has been determined that such consolidation is needed and desirable; and c) implementation grants for the purpose of carrying out consolidation of local government services (including privatization of such services) where it has been determined that such consolidation is needed and desirable.
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