W. Va. Code R. § 64-49-3 - Procedure

3.1. The division will receive capitalization grants from the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency for the purpose of establishing a drinking water treatment revolving fund construction fund to assist public water systems to finance the cost of infrastructure needed to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act and to fund non-project activities defined in Section 4 of this rule.
3.2. The division shall develop an annual intended use plan for each year that the drinking water treatment revolving fund program is in place.
3.2.a. The intended use plan shall contain the proposed set-aside amounts for non-project activities that the division intends to use. The set-aside accounts are described in Section 4 of this rule.
3.2.b. The intended use plan shall contain a priority list of eligible projects per Section 5 of this rule that the State intends to fund during the fiscal year covered. The priority ranking procedure is described in Section 6 of this rule. This list shall contain at a minimum, the public water system, population served, water supply, project description, project type, estimated project cost, project priority and the expected financial terms. The financial administration is described in Section 7 of this rule.
3.2.c. The division shall also maintain a comprehensive priority list of anticipated future projects as described in Section 6 of this rule. This list shall contain the projects, the estimated priority and the expected funding schedule for each.
3.2.d. The intended use plan shall include a discussion of the financial status of the drinking water treatment revolving fund. This discussion shall include the total amount of moneys in the fund from all sources, the types of projects to be funded, the general types and terms of financial assistance to be provided, the amounts for non-project activities and the amounts used for disadvantaged communities. The procedure for disadvantaged communities is described in Section 8 of this rule and shall be included in the annual intended use plan.
3.3. The division shall submit a capitalization grant application to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency annually during the years that capitalization grants are available for the federal drinking water treatment revolving fund program.
3.4. After the division receives U. S. Environmental Protection Agency approval of the capitalization grant application which includes the annual intended use plan, financial assistance may be made to public water systems by the water development authority as specified in Section 7 of this rule and W. Va. Code '16-13C-1 et seq.
3.5. The applicant's procedures and requirements for drinking water treatment revolving fund assistance are described in Section 9 of this rule.
3.6. The division shall submit a biennial report to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency regional administrator discussing the State's activities which receive funding from the federal capitalization grant.

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W. Va. Code R. § 64-49-3

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