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(Revision 4)


§1948.84 (d) (Cont.) RD Instruction 1948-B

(5) Preliminary plans and specifications on proposed development which will contain an estimate of the projected cost of site development prepared by independent qualified appraisers or architects/engineers;


(6) The amount of Federal grant needed;
(7) The amount and source of applicant's financial contribution to the project;
(8) Grants made under this subpart must comply with the environmental review requirements in accordance with 7 CFR part 1970; (Revised 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(9) An original and one copy of Forms RD 400-1 and Form RD 400-4;
(10) Evidence that the land is stable if the land has been previously mined (include relevant data on soil and analysis);
(11) Assurance that the requirements set forth in Title 7, Subtitle A, Part 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970) have been met; and (Renumbered 1-30-84, SPECIAL PN.)
(12) Specific concurrence of the Governor if the proposed applicant is neither a council of local governments nor a general purpose political subdivision of a State. (Renumbered 1-30-84, SPECIAL PN.)
(e) District and State Rural Development Offices receiving applications shall:
(1) Determine if the project is in accordance with a Rural Development approved growth management and/or housing plan covering the approved designated area;
(2) Comply with environmental review requirements in accordance with 7 CFR part 1970; (Revised 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(3) Prepare a Historic Preservation Assessment in accordance with Part 1901, Subpart F, of this Chapter;
(4) Determine site stability if the land has been previously mined; and

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(Revision 6)


(06-14-79) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1948-B

§1948.84 (Cont.)

(f) District Rural Development Offices receiving applications shall also provide written comments reflecting site development and acquisition grant selection criteria (§1948.86) listed in this Subpart.


(g) The Rural Development District Office shall forward the original of the application and accompanying documents including those required in paragraph (e) of this section to the Rural Development State Director within 10 working days of receipt of the application.
(h) Upon receipt of an application, the Rural Development State Office shall:
(1) Review and evaluate the application and accompanying documents;
(2) Determine that the project is a part of and consistent with the State Investment Strategy for Energy Impacted Areas;
(3) Send a copy of the applicant's evidence of legal existence and authority to the USDA Regional OGC for review;
(4) If applicant is local government(s), consult with the Governor on funding recommendation of the project; and
(5) Respond to the applicant within 30 days of the date of receipt of the application.
(i) Upon receipt of an application by the Rural Development State Office, a docket shall be prepared which shall include the following:
(1) Application SF 424.2 and enclosures; (Revised 4-11-90,
SPECIAL PN)
(2) Any comments received in accordance with 7 CFR, Part 3015 Subpart V, "Intergovernmental Review of Department of Agriculture Programs and Activities." See RD Instruction 1970-I, available in any Rural Development Office. (Revised 01-18-12, SPECIAL PN.)
(3) Evidence of ownership or lease of site to be developed;
(4) Evidence of applicant's legal existence and authority;
(5) OGC legal determination;

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(Revision 6)


§1948.84 (i) (Con.) RD Instruction 1948-B

(6) Preliminary plans and specifications concerning the proposed development;


(7) Grant agreement and scope of work;
(8) An estimate of projected cost of site development prepared by independent qualified appraisers or engineers/architects;
(9) A topographical map of the area;
(10) Form RD 1940-1;
(11) Form RD 400-1;
(12) Form RD 400-4;
(13) Environmental review documentation in accordance with 7 CFR part 1970. (Revised 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(14) Historic Preservation Assessment; (Renumbered 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(15) A copy of the State Investment for Energy Areas; and (Renumbered 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(16) District, where appropriate, and State Rural Development written comments, assessments and analysis of the proposed project in accordance with the grant selection criteria. (Renumbered
04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
§1948.85 [Reserved]
§1948.86 Site development and acquisition grant selection criteria.
The following criteria will be considered in the selection of site development and/or acquisition grant recipients:
(a) Required criteria. Each project must meet the following criteria:
(1) The area is covered by a Rural Development approved plan;
(2) The Rural Development approved plan specifically calls for the site development and/or acquisition;

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(Revision 2)


(06-14-79) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1948-B

§1948.86 (a) (Cont.)

(3) Other Federal funds that the community could receive for the project are inadequate or not available, and no State or local funds for site development are available to permit development on a timely basis;


(4) The site is to be developed and/or acquired and is to be used for housing, public facilities, or services;
(5) The applicant has title to the site, lease on site, or an option on the site and funds to purchase the site, or is applying for site acquisition funds;
(6) The site will comply with Executive Orders 11988, "Flood Plain Management" and 11990, "Protection of Wetlands."
(7) An appraisal of the fair market value of the site must have been completed;
(8) Priority has been given in the selection of site to unoccupied or previously mined land;
(9) Class I or Class II farm land was included in the site only if other suitable land was not available;
(10) The land is stable if previously mined; and
(11) Assurance that the requirements set forth in Title 7, Subtitle A, Part 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970) have been met.
(b) Competitive criteria. The following criteria will be considered in the selection of grantees:
(1) Priority assigned and recommended funding level by the Governor in the State Investment Strategy for Energy Impacted Areas;
(2) The increase in the number of new employees and the percentage of increase in employment in coal and/or uranium development activities in the year of designation within the approved designated area (years projected will be averaged and treated equally);

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