(1) The applicant must notify the department
of any changes to the project described in the application for preliminary
(2) An applicant
must declare all changes to the transit services by the time the department
receives the final certification application. Undeclared changes found in the
application for final certification or through later inspection may result in
denial of final tax credit certification.
(3) The applicant must submit an amendment
request to the director to amend a transit services preliminary certification
for any changes to the project.
Applicants must submit amendments on the form specified in the Opportunity
(5) The applicant
must demonstrate that the transit services project, with the proposed change,
would continue to be technically feasible and would operate as represented. The
applicant has the responsibility to provide an amendment request with complete
documentation that will support a case for the proposed amendment. The
department may deny amendments submitted without such justification.
(6) An amendment may result in a reduction in
tax credit, but may not increase the tax credit amount certified in the
(7) If an
amendment request does not include all information needed to complete the
review, the department may provide the applicant a written request for
additional information. If the applicant does not provide the requested
information to the department within 30 calendar days, the department may deny
the request to amend the preliminary certification.
(8) Requests for amendments must include
payment of the appropriate fee. The department may accept non-substantive
changes, such as change of contact information, without payment of the
The department will decide
whether to approve the amendment request.
If approved, the department will draft an amended preliminary certification,
which may contain new or amended conditions and requirements.
(b) If denied, the department will notify the
applicant in writing. The notice will include the reasons for the denial of the