Bill Sponsors: IN HB1215 | 2016 | Regular Session

Bill Title: State and local matters. Permits a historic preservation or rehabilitation grant to be awarded at the time plans are approved. Requires a grant contract between the office of community and rural affairs and the person receiving the grant. Provides that the grant may be up to 35%, instead of 20%, of the qualified expenditures, but the grant may not exceed $100,000. Replaces a certification that the work substantially complies with the proposed plan with a finding that the plan complies with the program guidelines. Eliminates the deadlines for completing the work. Provides that if the grant applicant is a nonprofit

Spectrum: Moderate Partisan Bill (Republican 5-1)

Status: (Passed) 2016-03-24 - Public Law 202 [HB1215 Detail]

Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [PDF]


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