December 9th, 2021
Conditional Approval of Documents Required for Social Equity Applicants
At its recent meeting, the Social Equity Council (Council) conditionally approved income and residency documentation requirements for social equity applicants, contingent on two actions:
- The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) commitment to a 90-day application period, which the Department has formally approved; and
- The Council’s approval of accelerator and technical assistance programs for social equity applicants, which will occur at an upcoming meeting.
The DCP will begin to make applications available 30 days after the Council issues its final approval of income and residency documentation and subsequently posts the criteria on its website.
For more information on the council visit ct.gov/SocialEquityCouncil.
Ginne-Rae Clay, MPA
Executive Director (Interim)
Office of the Social Equity Council