Distressed municipality definition

Distressed municipality means a municipality that is qualified
Distressed municipality means a municipality that is qualified to receive assistance under P.L.1978, c.14 (C.52:27D-178 et seq.), a municipality under the supervision of the Local Finance Board pursuant to the provisions of the "Local Government Supervision Act (1947)," P.L.1947, c.151 (C.52:27BB-1 et seq.), a municipality identified by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs to be facing serious fiscal distress, a SDA municipality, or a municipality in which a major rail station is located.
Distressed municipality means, as of the date of the issuance of an eligibility certificate, any municipality in the state which, according to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development meets the necessary number of quantitative physical and economic distress thresholds which are then applicable for eligibility for the urban development action grant program under the Housing and Community Development Act of 1977, as amended, or any town within which is located an unconsolidated city or borough which meets such distress thresholds. Any municipality which, at any time subsequent to July 1, 1978, has met such thresholds but which at any time thereafter fails to meet such thresholds, according to said department, shall be deemed to be a distressed municipality for a period of five years subsequent to the date of the determination that such municipality fails to meet such thresholds, unless such municipality elects to terminate its designation as a distressed municipality, by vote of its legislative body, not later than September 1, 1985, or not later than three months after receiving notification from the commissioner that it no longer meets such thresholds, whichever is later. In the event a distressed municipality elects to terminate its designation, the municipality shall notify the commissioner and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management in writing within thirty days. In the event that the commissioner determines that amendatory federal legislation or administrative regulation has materially changed the distress thresholds thereby established, "distressed municipality" [shall mean] means any municipality in the state which meets comparable thresholds of distress which are then applicable in the areas of high unemployment and poverty, aging housing stock and low or declining rates of growth in job creation, population and per capita income as established by the commissioner, consistent with the purposes of subdivisions (59) and (60) of section 12-81 and sections 12-217e, 32-9p to 32-9s, inclusive, and 32-23p, in regulations adopted in accordance with chapter 54. For purposes of sections 32-9p to 32-9s, inclusive, "distressed municipality" [shall also mean] also means any municipality adversely impacted by a major plant closing, relocation or layoff, provided the eligibility of a municipality shall not exceed two years from the date of such closing, relocation or layoff. The Commissioner of Economic and Community Development shall adopt regulations, ...

Examples of Distressed municipality in a sentence

  • Distressed municipality designation is based on criteria that closely align with the elements of SVI, but do not raise concerns under Title VI or other anti-discrimination laws.6 DPH has also developed a revised PRS that provides additional priority ranking points for projects that provide benefits to one or more of DECD’s listed distressed municipalities.

  • As per the applicant, the contract work was completed within the stipulated time period of five months whereafter the work was inspected by the officials of the MCD and measurements were taken in the Measurements Book.


More Definitions of Distressed municipality

Distressed municipality means a distressed municipality as defined in Connecticut General Statute 32-9p(b)
Distressed municipality means a municipality with a distress
Distressed municipality means, as of the date of the issuance of an eligibility certificate, any municipality in the state which, according to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development meets the necessary number of quantitative physical and economic distress thresholds which are then applicable for eligibility for the urban development action grant program under the Housing and Community Development Act of 1977, as amended, or any town within which is located an unconsolidated city or borough which meets such distress thresholds. Any municipality which, at any time subsequent to July 1, 1978, has met such thresholds but which at any time thereafter fails to meet such thresholds, according to said department, shall be deemed to be a distressed municipality for a period of five years subsequent to the date of the determination that such municipality fails to meet such thresholds, unless such municipality elects to terminate its designation as a "distressed municipality", by vote of its legislative body, not later than September 1, 1985, or not later than three months after receiving notification from the commissioner that it no longer meets such thresholds, whichever is
Distressed municipality means any municipality listed on the most recent version of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s website as of the issue date of the RFP (https://portal.ct.gov/DECD/Content/About_DECD/Research-and- Publications/02_Review_Publications/Distressed-Municipalities).
Distressed municipality means a municipality that is qualified to receive assistance under P.L.1978, c.14 (C.52:27D-178 et seq.), a municipality under the supervision of the Local Finance Board pursuant to the provisions of the "Local Government Supervision
Distressed municipality means a municipality, other than a
Distressed municipality means any municipality listed on the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s website (https://portal.ct.gov/DECD/Content/About_DECD/Research-and- Publications/02_Review_Publications/Distressed-Municipalities).