Nomination: Hearing Before the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, on Samuel R. Martinez, of Colorado, to be Director, Community Services Administration, April 2, 1976

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Page 59 - The Chairman was directed to transmit a copy to the Speaker of the House. I. INTRODUCTION...
Page 25 - Applicability. This subpart is applicable to all grants funded under Title II, sections 221 and 222(a) and Title VII, section 712 of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended if the assistance is administered by the Community Services Administration.
Page 20 - Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments (Attachment F). (3) CSA Instruction 6802-3, Non-Federal Share Requirements for Title II, sections 221, 222(a) and 231 Programs (45 CFR 1068.20). (4) CSA Instruction 6802-4, Additional Communities Eligible for Waivers of NonFederal Share Requirement (Puerto Rico, Trust Territories, the Virgin Islands, and Indian Tribes on Reservations (45 CFR 1068.21). (5) CSA Instruction 6802-5, Eligibility for Waiver of Increased Non-Federal Share Contribution (45...
Page 26 - ... in effect. Moreover, any grantee who requests a waiver under the provisions of these Instructions does not have to comply with the procedures outlined in Section 4. 4. PROCEDURES For FY 1977 Grants A request for waiver of part or all of the increased non-Federal share contribution for FY 1977 shall be in the form of a letter to the Regional or Headquarters office responsible for administering the grant and can be submitted at any point in the grantee's program year. The letter must provide a...
Page 25 - Stats and local units of government find themselves in difficult financial situations. Therefore, regardless of the commitment many communities may have to community action programs, some units of government and private agencies may not be in a financial position to meet requests for increased contributions. To continue to require non-Federal share contributions in excess of 207, in communities where these conditions currently exist would be inconsistent with a major intent -2of th
Page 26 - Waiver Criteria Any grantee funded under Title II Sections 221 and 222 (a) of the Community Services Act may apply for a waiver of a part or all of the required non-Federal share contribution which exceeds...
Page 21 - Any grantee funded under Title II, Sections 221 and 222(a) of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended, may apply for a waiver of a part or all of the required non-Federal share contribution which exceeds 20% when it can document that its inability to raise the additional funds is due to severe economic problems in the community over which there is no local ability to influence or impact, eg an eroding tax...
Page 28 - TOTAL Due to the circumstances described below in ''REMARKS" we are not able to make a contribution at the level requested for this grant period. The value of our cash contribution toward the grantee's current grant has be.en or will be...

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