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UPDATE - June 10, 2020 - LoCIP FUNDS CANNOT BE USED FOR COVID-19-RELATED EXPENDITURES

LoCIP funds cannot be used for COVID-19-related expenditures.  COVID-19-related expenditures should first be submitted through FEMA.  To submit your COVID-19-related expenditures to FEMA, please contact your region coordinator at CT-DEMHS.  If the expenditure is not reimbursable through FEMA, then the expenditure should be submitted through the Municipal Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Program.

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UPDATE - MAY 6, 2020 - Process for submitting LoCIP forms when forms cannot be signed due to remote working:

Due to the COVID situation and the practice of remote working, if you are unable to obtain an original signature of the Town Manager/Mayor/First Selectman on either the LoCIP Project Authorization Request or the LoCIP Reimbursement Request, please follow the process provided at THIS LINK.

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UPDATE - MARCH 23, 2020 - Entitlement amounts can be found by clicking the link below.

ADDITIONALLY, PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION POSTED BELOW THE LINK.

Click here for 2020 LoCIP Entitlement Amounts by Town

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE! AS OF MARCH 23, 2020 ALL FORMS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN PDF FORMAT TO:

LoCIP.Submit@ct.gov

The above address is for the submission of forms only.  Questions sent to the above address cannot be answered.

If you have questions, please email Kathleen.Taylor@CT.gov

PAPER COPIES SENT VIA REGULAR MAIL WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED.

PLEASE ONLY USE THE REVISED FORMS WHICH CAN BE FOUND ON THE FORMS PAGE.

PLEASE REVIEW THE REVISED GUIDELINES FOR UPDATED PROGRAM AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION.

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4/11/20 ADVISORY:

Please be advised that Executive Order 7B, Section 1, provides for the suspension of in-person open meeting requirements.  This allows for you to have necessary meetings remotely as long as the guidelines in the Executive Order are followed.  Grantees must still abide by any grant program requirements related to the meetings necessary to comply with the terms of the grant program, but now, such meetings can be held remotely as per guidelines.

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Questions?  Contact Kathy Taylor @ 860-418-6379, or via email @ Kathleen.Taylor@ct.gov