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GENERAL GRANT REQUIREMENTS
Recipients of grants awarded by OPM shall be deemed to know and understand all federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations and municipal bylaws (e.g., permits, inspection, design standards, notification to utilities, etc.) which in any manner apply to projects funded with such grants; such legal requirements shall include but not necessarily be limited to those which apply to required contracting practices and related reporting, the conduct of the project work, the equipment and materials to be used on the project, or the treatment of individuals or classes of individuals in relationship to their involvement with the project.
Depending on the nature of the project to be funded, certain projects may require additional reviews, evaluations, permits, approvals, and/or certifications, including but not limited to: Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO), Connecticut Environmental Policy Act (CEPA) Evaluation, Environmental Impact Evaluation (EIE), Flood Management Certification (FMC); State Historic and Preservation Office (SHPO) review and determination; and/or Municipal Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) provisions with regard to eligibility for discretionary state funding. Such reviews, evaluations, permits and/or certifications must be obtained before any grant contract will be executed, or before any grant payments will be made, as is applicable to the specific grant. It should be noted that such reviews, evaluations, permits and/or certifications could significantly impact project costs and timelines.
A Grantee’s ignorance of such requirements shall not, in any proceeding or in any claims or other legal proceeding, constitute justification for the Grantee’s failure to consider such requirements or for the failure to ensure that such legal requirements are met with regard to any project in which the Grantee participates. It is the Grantee’s responsibility to understand and comply with all grant terms and conditions associated with the grant awarded to them.
Motor Vehicle Tax Grants
Municipal Revenue Sharing Grant
Supplemental Revenue Sharing Grant
Town Aid Road - Department of Transportation
Urban Act Grant Program - Department of Economic and Community Development
TAX RELIEF GRANTS