Maintenance of Qualified Properties
(1)Qualification. The following projects qualify for funding of maintenance and repair:
(a)The Department may pay for maintenance and repair of qualified homes in order to preserve and maintain the benefit of housing assets in which the State has a financial interest. Qualified homes are residences that were constructed or retrofitted for individuals leaving Fairview Training Center as part of the Community Integration Project (CIP), in which individuals with developmental disabilities live and receive licensed services, and which were financed by State of Oregon General Obligation Bonds; and
(b)The Assistant Director of the Department, may designate other homes to be included in the maintenance and repair program if they meet all the following criteria:
(A)Significant expenditure of State funds;
(B)Specialized features for individuals with developmental disabilities; and
(C)State control of the property through State ownership or through security agreements for a minimum of 30 years.
(2)Property Management Contracts. The Department will enter into Property Management Contracts with not-for-profit Housing Providers or Housing Authorities owning properties that qualify for maintenance and repair funding for the purpose of managing the property.
(3)Property Management Procedures. Qualified homes will be managed according to procedures written and distributed by the Department to owners of the homes. The procedures will outline maintenance and repair, care and custody, and renovations of qualified homes. The procedures may be updated as necessary by the Department.
(4)The Department may procure services from pre-qualified building or specialty Contractors as described in OAR 411-310-0030 (Development Projects)(3)(b).
(5)The Department may procure personal services as described in OAR 411-310-0040 (Minor Housing Projects)(4).
(6)The Project will comply with the provisions of ORS 279.348 through 279.365 when applicable.
Rule 411-310-0050 — Maintenance of Qualified Properties,