4300.1600 Evaluation Of Housing Projects


Published: 2015

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4300.1600 EVALUATION OF HOUSING PROJECTS.


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Subpart 1.

Project need.

Up to 90 of the points available in the housing category competition shall be awarded by the division based on evaluation of the need for improvements or additions to the housing stock serving low and moderate income persons as evidenced by:

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housing units that are occupied by low and moderate income persons and are either substandard or pose a threat to the health or safety of the occupants;


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an inadequate supply of affordable housing for low or moderate income persons; or


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other documented conditions that give evidence of the need for improvements or additions to the housing stock serving low and moderate income persons.



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Subp. 2.

Project impact.

Up to 90 of the points available in the housing category competition shall be awarded by the division based on evaluation of the extent to which the proposed activities will eliminate deficiencies in the housing stock serving low and moderate income persons.


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Subp. 3.

Project cost-effectiveness.

Up to 30 of the points available in the housing category competition shall be awarded by the division based on:

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evaluation of the extent to which the proposed activities will make cost-effective use of grant funds including coordination with, and use of, funds from other public and private sources; and


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evidence that the cost of the proposed activities per benefiting household is reasonable.