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(This is page 7 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 Matching share for http://www.azdot.gov/ designated primary Grant must be AIP MPD/Airport_Development/ airports executed within grants.asp 4 months of offer Eligible applicants-- 95% of state-only Publicly owned http://mpd.azdot.gov/MPD/ projects at AZ Project must airports Airport_Development/airpo designated commence within rts/dev_plan_fiveyear_ov.asp secondary projects one year Michael Klein, Airport Development Program Administrator, 602.712.7647; maklein@azdot.gov Arkansas Department of Airport Projects for airport http://www.fly.arkansas.gov Grants Applications Applications must Aeronautics, development planning and /Home/ADAGrant accepted include State Airport and planning development Local match-- continuously preliminary plans Application2009.pdf Aid Program Up to full local and specifications Eligible applicants-- (501) 376-6781 Applications Publicly owned match on AIP reviewed Partial airports funded projects monthly by reimbursement 50%, 80%, 90%, or Department of after project 50% 100% on state- Aeronautics complete. funded projects Commission Remainder paid on completion of Dollar caps on state Review process project participation in may include on- addition to site review Projects must start percentage limits in three months Projects must be completed in one year State-funded Grants--full documentation of payments (invoices and cancelled checks) For in-kind contribution-- daily in-kind report For AIP funded project copy of FAA payment 37 request documents (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 8 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 38 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 Arkansas Department of Waste Projects to support Solid Waste Management Grants January 31-- Project must be Program goal Environmen- recycling recycling programs and Recycling Fund Act, application process grant round started before due to increase tal Quality and waste reduction A.C.A. 8-6-601 et. seq. opens date for next round state Request pre- (DEQ), Solid of applications. recycling rate Eligible costs include: http://www.adeq.state.ar.us/ application; May 1-- Waste and by solwaste/branch_recycling/ determine allocation of Project must be Recycling Administrative costs encouraging grants.htm eligibility funds, pre- completed within Grants (dollar limits) new or applications due 3 years Program http://www.adeq.state.ar.us/ Submit pre- improved Composting solwaste/branch_recycling/ application July 1-- Interest on grant local waste equipment pdfs/grant_guidance.pdf complete funds must be reduction and DEQ determines applications due applied to program recycling Material recovery Contact information eligibility, returns programs facilities included in document on pre-applications to August 1-- Annual project Recycling equipment website above Regional Solid annual report on updates including: (if current equipment Waste grant activities Robert Hunter (501) 682- due Progress on inadequate) Management 0814; project Districts hunter@adeq.state.ar.us Solid waste planning (RSWMD) Amount of Transfer stations grant funds spent RSWMD with recycling prioritize projects Tonnages and submit collected Recycling programs complete Eligible applicants applications to Revenue from include--Cities and DEQ sale of recyclables counties Solid waste authorities Public/private partnerships Arkansas Arkansas Petroleum Assists tank owners Arkansas Legislative Equivalent of No specific Tank must be DEQ, release with costs of corrective Assembly Act 173 (1989) insurance timeline, but registered with Petroleum actions for accidental only expenses DEQ and all tank Storage Tank releases from Arkansas Regulation 12, No percentage local after notice of fees paid Trust Fund petroleum storage http://www.adeq.state.ar.us/ share, but release to DEQ tanks, including third- regs/files/reg12_final_0912 deductable amounts are eligible Owner must give party liability 28.pdf timely notice of $7,500 deductable release to DEQ Eligible applicants-- http://www.adeq.state.ar.us/ for spill response Owners of rst/branch_programs/trustfu Owner must nd.htm $7,500 deductable cooperate with underground tanks of for third party injury 110 gallon capacity or DEQ in corrective Wanda Paes (501) 682- or damage action more or above ground 0981 tanks with capacity of 1,320-40,000 gallons (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 9 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 Approved corrective action plan required Maintain records showing financial capacity to meet deductible Maintain financial records showing eligibility requirements met and to permit audits Expenditures subject to audits Arkansas Arkansas Wildlife Projects to support http://www.wildlifearkansas Grants January-- Projects must be Game and habitat Arkansas Wildlife .com/grantapplication.html proposals due completed within Fish Action Plan, including: (program information) Local match--35% two years Commission, February-- State Wildlife Habitat stewardship www.wildlifearkansas.com/ comments on Grants materials/ proposals due Habitat restoration 2007%20SWG%20Guideli nes.pdf (federal program July--approval Priority for projects by Game and that: requirements) Fish Match priorities of http://www.wildlifearkansas Commission Wildlife Action Plan .com/materials/Attachment A.pdf (priorities) Fall--approval Raise the profile of by U.S. Fish and the Wildlife Action Jane Anderson, Assistant Wildlife Service Plan Chief, Wildlife Management Division 501- Application Eligible applicants-- 223-6350; process includes State agencies, jeanderson@agfc.state.ar.us comment nonprofits, procedure on universities, citizen proposals groups and citizens Applications submitted by e-mail 39 (Table 2 continued on the next page)