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New York Executive Law Article 6-D - COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
159-e - Definitions.
When used in this article: 1. "Eligible entity" shall mean any organization (a) officially designated as a community action agency or a community action program...
159-f - Functions, Powers and Duties of the Secretary.
The secretary or his duly authorized officers or employees, shall have the following functions, powers and duties: 1. To act as the official agent of...
159-g - Rules and Regulations.
The secretary shall promulgate rules and regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this article.
159-h - Limitation of Administrative Costs.
Not more than five percent of the community services block grant funds received by the state shall be retained for administration at the state level.
159-i - Distribution of Funds.
At least ninety percent of the community services block grant funds received by the state shall be distributed pursuant to a contract by the secretary...
159-j - Local Share.
Each recipient of funds shall secure a local share equivalent to twenty-five percent of federal funds received under the community services block grant. Such local...
159-k - Monitoring and Evaluation.
1. The secretary shall monitor and evaluate the use of community services block grant funds made available pursuant to this article by the recipients of...
159-l - Decertification and Reduction of Entity Shares.
1. Any eligible entity that received funding in the previous federal fiscal year through a community services block grant made under this article shall not...
159-m - Designation and Redesignation of Eligible Entities in Unserved Areas.
1. Qualified organization in or near area. (a) In general. If any geographic area of the state is not, or ceases to be, served by...
159-n - Report of the Secretary.
The secretary of state shall report to the governor and the legislature by March fifteenth of each year on the administration of the community services...
Last modified: February 3, 2019