The municipality must comply with all applicable state laws, regulations and requirements, such as Oregon prevailing wage rates, municipal audit law, and procurement regulations.
The municipality shall maintain accounts and records for all activities associated with the contracted project and shall provide the Authority, and its representatives, reasonable access to such records. The municipality shall submit periodic reports on the project as requested by the Authority.
The municipality shall certify that any service provider retained for their professional expertise is certified, licensed, or registered, as appropriate, in the State of Oregon for their specialty.
The municipality shall certify that it will follow standard construction practices, such as bonding of engineers and contractors, requiring errors and omissions insurance, performing testing and inspections during construction, and obtaining as-built drawings.
Include the following statement, prominently placed on all plans, reports, bid documents and advertisements relating to the project: “This project was funded in part with a financial award from the Special Public Works Fund, funded by the Oregon State Lottery and administered by the Oregon Infrastructure Finance Authority”; and
For a construction project, post a sign, provided by the Authority, at the project site or, if more than one site is included in the project, at a site visible to the general public stating that the project is being funded by lottery proceeds.
For a construction project, the municipality shall have a financing plan for the ongoing operation, maintenance and repairs that will preserve the project benefits over its useful life.