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(This is page 83 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes http://ndep.nv.gov/BCA/ FUNDHOME.htm B. Kottler (775) 687-9374: bkottler@ndep.nv.gov Nevada Department Airport Funds for local match NRS 494.048 Grants Current of Transporta- planning of airport planning and availability of tion Aviation and development projects http://www.nevadadot.com/ Trust fund pays funds unclear Trust Fund develop- at small Nevada traveler/aviation/TrustFund.asp entire local match ment airports for AIP grants at eligible airports Eligible applicants-- Airports except those owned by Clark County and Reno Tahoe Airport Authority New New Brown- Projects for cleanup of New Hampshire RSA 147- Low interest loans Continuous $250 application Application Hampshire Hampshire fields, contaminated F:20 application fee form available Department hazardous brownfields sites, Interest rate--3% process at: of waste including developing http://des.nh.gov/organization/ Phase I http://des.nh.go divisions/waste/hwrb/sss/brow Applicant must Applications environmental site Environmen- cleanup plans, site supply 20% cost v/organization/ tal Services access control, and nfields/categories/grants.htm submitted to assessment and divisions/waste share based on DES redevelopment (DES) implementation of http://des.nh.gov/organization/ principal amount /hwrb/sss/brow Brownfields contamination plan must be nfields/docume commissioner/pip/factsheets/ Credit submitted with Cleanup containment and rem/documents/rem-7.pdf No maximum worthiness nts/bcrlf_loan_ Revolving removal amount, but past application app.pdf review by New Loan Fund Brownfield RLF Program loans have ranged Hampshire Information on (RLF) Eligible applicants-- (603) 271-2183 from $75,000 to Funds for Municipalities, quasi- Department of environmental program $930,000 Treasury for benefits, governmental agencies, awarded by tribal organizations, public socioeconomic EPA. and site owners applicants benefits of project Information on and environmental EPA policies compliance and history of requirements borrowers available at: required www.epa.gov/r Repayment in five egion1/brownfi years or less elds/funding/ge generally required neral.htm New DES Brown- Funds for cleanup of http://des.nh.gov/organization/ Grants December 5-- Grantee must be Funds not Hampshire Brownfields fields, brownfield sites divisions/waste/hwrb/sss/ Notice of grant sole owner of currently 113 grants hazardous brownfields/categories/grants Local match--20% opportunity property and available for Specific amounts maintain sole title program waste .htm (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 84 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 114 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes allocated for petroleum http://des.nh.gov/organization/ February 15-- throughout Information contamination and divisions/waste/hwrb/sss/ Applications cleanup included to hazardous substances brownfields/documents/bcrlf_ due provide including asbestos guidance_application.pdf Phase I and Phase comprehensive March 15-- II environmental resource on Eligible applicants-- H. Keith DuBois (603) 271- Notice of site assessments funding Municipalities, quasi- 2987: eligibility and required opportunities governmental agencies Keith.DuBois@des.nh.gov completeness and tribal organizations determinations Project must be Funds for completed within program April 15-- one year, awarded by Notification of including EPA. selection development of Information on cleanup plan and EPA policies Hardcopy full applications (4 and implementation requirements copies) or PDF applications by available at: e-mail accepted www.epa.gov/r egion1/brownfi elds/funding/ge neral.htm Grant funds cannot be used to comply with legal requirements Applications rated using a weighted point system described in document at second listed URL Application form available at second listed URL New DES Brown- Brownfield site http://des.nh.gov/organization/ Direct services Summaries of Hampshire Brownfields fields, inventorying, divisions/waste/hwrb/sss/brow provided by DES sites already in Cooperative hazardous identification of sites nfields/categories/grants.htm program Assessment waste and preparing cleanup available at Grant planning documents http://des.nh.gov/organization/ second URL EPA funded grant divisions/waste/hwrb/sss/brow (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 85 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes supports direct services nfields/coalition_assessment_ It is not clear if provided by DES grant.htm the program still has Eligible applicants-- H. Keith DuBois (603) 271- openings Municipalities, quasi- 2987; government agencies Keith.DuBois@des.nh.gov. and nonprofits New DES Clean Water Funding for three http://des.nh.gov/recovery/ Low interest loans Funding through Funding Hampshire Water State quality categories of projects clean_water_funding.htm ARRA through Revolving Charge rates ARRA: Loan Fund The category of Eric Williams (603) 271-2358: (interest plus fees) DavisBacon Act unclear if loan nonpoint source eric.williams@des.nh.gov vary by term of Wage rates and funds still pollution has most loan Buy America available applicability to airports requirements 5 yr--0.9225% Funding based Eligible applicants-- ARRA reporting on DES municipal governments 10 yr--1.8450% and record- intended use and quasi-government 15 yr--2.7675% keeping plan for each agencies, based on list requirements category of selected projects 20 yr--2.9520% Certificate of final Listed URL completion includes links to application and reporting forms, intended use plans for each category and final project priority listings New DES, DERA Air quality, Purchase of diesel http://des.nh.gov/recovery/der Grant programs March 4--RFP For repower or Summary of Hampshire Funding emissions emission reduction a_funding.htm issued replacement funded Program technology or low Local match projects, old projects and emission replacement http://des.nh.gov/recovery/ depends on project March 13-- engine or vehicle most recent vehicles: Specific dera_funding_update.htm# category: Proposals due must be scrapped RFP available projects relevant to 2010may or engine returned at second Retrofit--100% Proposals airports are: Rebecca Ohler (603) 271- accepted in hard to original listed URL 6794: Idle reduction-- copy or by e- manufacturer. Verified Retrofit 100% Selection Technologies Rebecca.ohler@des.nh.gov mail criteria Verified Idling Cleaner fuel-- available at: Reduction 100% http://des.nh. Technologies gov/recovery/ 115 Engine repower-- Cleaner Fuel Use 75% documents/ Engine Repower arra_dera_ (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 86 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 116 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Engine Upgrades Engine upgrade-- table_footnotes Vehicle and 100% .pdf Equipment Replacements Replacements-- incremental cost of Eligible applicants-- replacement up to Public and private 25% of vehicle sector diesel fleet or cost equipment owners New DES, Water Projects to address, Clean Water Act, section 319, September 3--Pre- Five paper Projects must Forms and Hampshire Watershed quality control, or abate Pub. L 92-500 proposals due copies and one address goals in data on recent Funding nonpoint source electronic copy the New grants Grants for pollution affecting http://des.nh.gov/organization/ September required. E- Hampshire available at Impaired impaired watersheds divisions/water/wmb/was/ October-- mail preferred Nonpoint Source second listed Waters categories/grants.htm Interviews with for electronic Management Plan URL Eligible applicants-- successful pre- copy unless file Municipalities and http://des.nh.gov/organization/ proposal is too large. Projects must Focus of grant state agencies divisions/water/wmb/was/ submitters Electronic copy include method program grant_resources.htm#applicants December 3--Full in Microsoft for verifying appears to be Word or PDF success on water proposals due (measuring management Jeff Marcouxt (603)271-8862: jeffrey.marcoux@des.nh.gov January 7--submit pollution entities selected proposals reduction) Eric Williams (603)271-2358: to EPA Competitive eric.williams@des.nh.gov) January bidding and good February--submit faith effort to hire grant agreements DBEs required to successful DES subcontracting applicants and procurement AprilMay--grant requirements must agreements be followed approved Semi-annual report- May--project may ing requirement commence New DES Water Projects to prevent Clean Water Act, section 319, Grants September 3-- Project must Projects Hampshire Watershed quality degradation of waters Pub. L 92-500 Pre-proposals develop or evaluated Funding that currently exceed due implement a based on five Grants for standards http://des.nh.gov/organization/ watershed based criteria High Quality divisions/water/wmb/was/ October--select plan assigned equal Waters Eligible applicants-- categories/grants.htm projects for full weight and Municipalities and proposals Project must meet listed in the state agencies http://des.nh.gov/organization/ a goal in the New RFP. RFP can December 3-- Hampshire Non- divisions/water/wmb/was/ full proposals be accessed qapp/index.htm point Source due from first Management Plan listed URL (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 87 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Jeff Marcouxt (603)271-8862: January 7-- Projects must RFP includes jeffrey.marcoux@des.nh.gov submit selected include method links to other proposals to for verifying useful program Eric Williams (603)271-2358: EP A success information. eric.williams@des.nh.gov) (measuring January Summary of pollution February--send previously reduction) agreements to funded applicants for Projects must projects signature follow New available at: Hampshire http://des.nh.g April-May-- Quality Assurance ov/organizatio final approval Project Plan n/divisions/wa by state (QAPP). ter/wmb/was/q Information on app/index.htm QAPP at second listed URL Competitive bids and good faith efforts to employ DBEs required Semi-annual reporting requirement New DES Petroleum "Excess insurance" for http://des.nh.gov/organization/ Insurance program Continuous Tanks must be in New Hampshire Petroleum releases cleanup costs of divisions/waste/orcb/fms/prfp/ application operational Hampshire Reimburse- petroleum index.htm Deductible for fuel process compliance Petroleum ment Fund contamination for oil for heating Fund Manual, Program storage tank releases http://des.nh.gov/organization/ tanks--$500 DES pre-approval available at commissioner/pip/factsheets/ of work required third listed Coverage includes rem/documents/rem-15.pdf For other tanks deductible is a Discharges must URL provides third-party damages comprehensive http://des.nh.gov/organization/ function of number be reported Eligible applicants-- divisions/waste/orcb/fms/prfp/ of tanks owned: information on Tank owners documents/ofdb_manual.pdf Corrective action program Deductibles reports required eligibility and DES Fund Management depend on number requirements; Program (603) 271-8740 of facilities owned Project subject to financial audits forms to apply as follows: for funding 13 facilities-- Contamination and request $5,000 monitoring and reimbursement consumer 117 (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 88 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 118 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes 49 facilities-- notification First listed $10,000 required and URL has links eligible for to additional 1019 facilities-- reimbursement resources for $20,000 program 20 or more facilities-- $30,000 Maximum payment $500,000 New Historic Historic Funds for historic http://www.nh.gov/nhdhr/ Grants April--Notice Certified local Available Hampshire Resources and cultural preservation programs/cert_loca_govt.html of fund governments must funds awarded Division, resources Local match-- availability have a historic first to Priority Certified Funding for survey, http://www.nh.gov/nhdhr/ preservation 1 projects. If National Register programs/documents/clg_ 0% for surveys and June 5-- Local National Register review funds remain, Government nomination, and grant_manual.pdf Applications commission they are preservation planning listing due (postmark Program Deborah Gagne 603-271- awarded to 40% for planning of June 2 if Predevelopment Priority II Predevelopment and 3559: mailed) and development development projects deborah.gagne@dcr.nh.gov and projects with predevelopment projects must be any remaining also eligible as Priority June 30-- owned by II and III projects, but Nadine Peterson 603-271- projects Award grants funds 6628: municipality thereafter limited to National 4050% for Register nadine.peterson@dcr.nh.gov July 1015-- Development available to development Notify projects projects must be Priority III Eligible applicants-- applicants, meet open to public and projects Municipalities with selected accessible to designated as eligible, applicants Procurement persons with requirements but must be certified disabilities local governments and reporting If available plans requirements and specs should (with reporting be submitted with forms) application for included in development document at project second listed URL Projects must follow Sample grant Department of agreement and Interior standards application forms included Projects must be in document at completed by second listed September 15 of URL year following award (Table 2 continued on the next page)