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Legal Stuff for using HUD monies

Post by Gloria » Sun Sep 29, 2013 2:13 pm

24 CFR Part 58 - ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW PROCEDURES FOR ENTITIES ASSUMING HUD ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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SUBPART A — Purpose, Legal Authority, Federal Laws and Authorities (§§ 58.1 - 58.6)
SUBPART B — General Policy: Responsibilities of Responsible Entities (§§ 58.10 - 58.18)
SUBPART C — General Policy: Environmental Review Procedures (§§ 58.21 - 58.23)
SUBPART D — Environmental Review Process: Documentation, Range of Activities, Project Aggregation and Classification (§§ 58.30 - 58.38)
SUBPART E — Environmental Review Process: Environmental Assessments (EA's) (§§ 58.40 - 58.47)
SUBPART F — Environmental Review Process: Environmental Impact Statement Determinations (§§ 58.52 - 58.53)
SUBPART G — Environmental Review Process: Procedures for Draft, Final and Supplemental Environmental Impact Statements (§§ 58.55 - 58.60)
SUBPART H — Release of Funds for Particular Projects (§§ 58.70 - 58.77)
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CFR › Title 24 › Subtitle A › Part 58 › Subpart B › Section 58.10

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24 CFR 58.10 - Basic environmental responsibility.

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§ 58.10
Basic environmental responsibility.
In accordance with the provisions of law cited in § 58.1(b), except as otherwise provided in § 58.4(c), the responsible entity must assume the environmental responsibilities for projects under programs cited in § 58.1(b). In doing so, the responsible entity must comply with the provisions of NEPA and the CEQ regulations contained in 40 CFR parts 1500 through 1508, including the requirements set forth in this part.
[68 FR 56128, Sept. 29, 2003]
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CFR › Title 24 › Subtitle A › Part 58 › Subpart B › Section 58.18

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24 CFR 58.18 - Responsibilities of States assuming HUD environmental responsibilities.

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§ 58.18
Responsibilities of States assuming HUD environmental responsibilities.
States that elect to administer a HUD program shall ensure that the program complies with the provisions of this part. The state must:
(a) Designate the state agency or agencies that will be responsible for carrying out the requirements and administrative responsibilities set forth in subpart H of this part and which will:
(1) Develop a monitoring and enforcement program for post-review actions on environmental reviews and monitor compliance with any environmental conditions included in the award.
(2) Receive public notices, RROFs, and certifications from recipients pursuant to §§ 58.70 and 58.71; accept objections from the public and from other agencies ( § 58.73 ); and perform other related responsibilities regarding releases of funds.
(b) Fulfill the state role in subpart H relative to the time period set for the receipt and disposition of comments, objections and appeals (if any) on particular projects.
[68 FR 56129, Sept. 29, 2003]
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