Section .0300 ‑ General Requirements

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Published: 2015

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(a)  Local governments are required to submit applications

in a manner prescribed by ECD in order to be considered for funding.  Selection

of applications for funding will be based primarily on information contained in

the application, thus applications must provide sufficient information for ECD

to evaluate them.

(b)  Applicants may apply for more than one grant and be

awarded more than one grant, providing the total amount of funds awarded to a

single shelter does not exceed the maximum limits described in Rule .0302 of

this Section.

(c)  ECD shall designate specific dates for submission of

ESGP grant applications.  Grant application submission dates will be announced

by ECD a minimum of 20 days before the date applications are due.

(d)  Applications must be received by ECD administrative

offices in Raleigh before 5:00 p.m. on the submission date or, if sent by mail,

must be postmarked on or before the submission date.

(e)  The applicant shall certify to ECD that it will comply

with all applicable federal and state laws, regulations, rules and executive


(1)           Copies of these federal and state documents

are available for public distribution from the Division of Community Assistance

of ECD.

(2)           Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph

(d) in this Rule, certifications of compliance may be postmarked or received by

ECD up to two weeks after the date the application is due.  This provision

applies only to certifications.

(f)  Applicants must comply with the Act, all applicable

federal and state laws, regulations, rules, executive orders and guidelines

issued by ECD.


History Note:        Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. March

12, 1990, for a period of 180 days to expire

on September 8, 1990;

Filed as a Temporary Rule Eff. March 6, 1989 for a period

of 180 days to expire on

September 2, 1989;

Authority G.S. 143‑323; 143B‑10; 24 C.F.R.


Eff. August 1, 1989.