Oregon
Rule Rule 123-135-0050
Application Requirements


(1)

Applications that include capacity building, site sampling and/or site characterization must discuss in their project description how the funded activities will contribute or lead to cleanup and/or redevelopment of the site.

(2)

Applications that include a site characterization must discuss in the project description how the funded activities will contribute or lead to a remediation plan or a No Further Action Determination by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.

(3)

Applications that include a remedial or removal action or plan must identify the proposed redevelopment use in the project description and must provide documentation that demonstrates how the proposed redevelopment use is attainable.

(4)

Applications that include a remedial or removal action or plan must discuss in the application how the plan or action will comply with state cleanup law and will contribute to the proposed redevelopment. The Department may ask the applicant to provide documentation that demonstrates how compliance or how progress towards the proposed redevelopment will be achieved.

(5)

Applications that include a remedial or removal action but do not identify a redevelopment use as described in OAR 123-135-0050(4) are eligible if the project is for capacity building. Written endorsement for the capacity building project must be obtained from the local jurisdiction and be included in the application if the applicant is not a municipality.

(6)

The sum of funding requested in the Fund application must be consistent with the scope and scale of work in the project description compared with an industry custom standard. If the amount requested is inconsistent with the scope and scale of work in the project description, the Department may work with the Applicant and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to adjust the amount of the award or the scope and scale of work in the project description.

(7)

If OAR 123-135-0030(4) or (5) applies, the necessary information regarding property transfer and/or contribution must also be included in the application.
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Dec. 11, 2019