(1) The maximum award that any one eligible
applicant may receive is $1 million in a particular competition.
(2) After an award is made, a contract
agreement shall be executed between the state and the grantee and shall include
information required by s.
16.303(1) (b), (c)
and (2) (a), Stats.
Awards may not be used:
(a) For capital improvements to dwelling
(b) To directly pay for
(c) To directly
pay the principal and interest on a construction loan or a rehabilitation
(d) To replace existing
programs or funding providing this type of assistance;
(e) To assist individuals who have assets
sufficient to meet their own housing needs;
(f) To assist individuals who will, after
receiving benefits under this program, continue to live on premises that are
not decent, safe, and sanitary;
To assist individuals who, after receiving benefits under this program, would
continue living in nursing homes, medical, psychiatric, or penal
(h) To assist
individuals living on premises that are not modest in design. Amenities must be
limited to those amenities that are generally provided in unassisted, decent,
safe, and sanitary housing for lower income families in the market
(i) To assist individuals who
would be paying housing costs that are not reasonable in relation to housing
costs currently being charged in the market area.
(4) Except for good cause shown, not more
than 15% of an award may be used by the grantee for administrative and
housing-related counseling costs.
(5) Awards shall not be used for costs
incurred prior to the start date of a contract period, except for making
payments to or on behalf of eligible households for housing costs that are in
(6) Funds granted or
loaned by eligible applicants to eligible households under this program shall
be provided to households which do not exceed low-income or moderate-income
guidelines. For households that have at least one member who is handicapped
with recurring medical costs or support costs directly related to the handicap,
the eligible applicant shall deduct the amount by which those expenses exceed
3% of the household's monthly income from the household's monthly income for
purposes of determining eligibility.
Wis. Admin. Code Department of Administration § Adm 89.05
Cr. Register, September,
1990, No. 417, eff. 10-1-90; emerg. am. (1) to (3) (intro.) and (g), (4) and
(5), eff. 11-8-91; am. (1) to (3) (intro.) and (g), (4) and (5), Register, May,
1992, No. 437, eff. 6-1-92; correction in (2) made under s.
(b) 7, Stats., Register December 2011 No.