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(This is page 54 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 84 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 blwq/docgrant/ 319.htm Maine Brownfields Hazardous Financial assistance for http://www.maine.gov/dep/ Grant of services Continual Municipalities Substantial Remediation waste brownfield remediation rwm/brownfields/index.htm application must own site guidance on Program Local match--0%, process program Eligible applicants-- Jean Firth (207) 287-2651; up to $50,000. Phase II available Municipalities jean.m.firth@maine.gov Grantee Hardcopy Investigation through responsible for all applications usually required additional costs over $50,000 links at listed Feasibility study may be required URL Site must participate in state Voluntary Action Response Plan Public outreach and participation required Maine Petroleum Petroleum Reimbursement for http://www.maine.gov/dep/ Expense Continuous Written Listed URL Cleanup discharge costs of cleanup of rwm/petroleum/index.htm#gu reimbursement application remediation has numerous Program petroleum discharge process agreement with links to Tom Benn 215-3692 Appears to be no action plan and technical local matching schedule required. information requirement Agreements must and standards be executed before cleanup starts Maryland Maryland Water Cost share projects to http://www.mde.state.md.us/ Grants June 1-- Projects must Annual report Department quality reduce water quality Programs/WaterPrograms/ applications due result in with listing of of the impairments in state's 319NPS/index.asp Funding quantifiable grants Environment list of impaired waters, information not improvements, available at (MDE) Non- particularly where http://www.mde.state.md.us/ included including first listed Point Source TMDLs have been Programs/WaterPrograms/ pollutant load URL (Section 319) established. 319NPS/factsheet.asp reductions Financial More detailed Eligible applicants-- Eric Ruby 410-537-6510; EPA approval of information Assistance eruby@mde.state.md.us State agencies and Watershed Plan may be municipalities, among required for available others implementation during period projects before applications Applicants must due respond to Bay Trust Fund RFP before applying (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 55 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 Maryland MDE Water Projects to improve Annotated Code of Maryland, Grants March 2--RFP Projects must be Multiyear Chesapeake quality water quality of Natural Resources Article, issued completed within funding and Atlantic Chesapeake and Section 8-2A-04 Funding ranges 3 years available for Coastal Bays Atlantic coastal bays from $1 million to June 1-- up to three Trust Fund through nonpoint http://www.dnr.state.md.us/ $5 million per applications due years source pollution ccp/funding/pdfs/2012Trust proposal annually FundRFP.pdf December-- RFP includes reduction activities Priority projects identified in state's sample budget Sarah Lane 410-260-8788; identified 2 year Milestone. slane@dnr.state.md.us or Technical April--Funding assistance Eligible applicants-- approved Local governments, available including bi-county July 1--Funds through the agencies available Watershed Assistance Collaborative, http://www.dn r.state.md.us/c cp/funding/tru st_fund.asp Maryland MDE Hazardous Brownfield cleanup http://www.mde.maryland.gov Low interest loans Continuous Project must be Ranking Brownfields waste projects /assets/document/VCP%20 or grants application participating in factors include Revolving Fact%20Sheet%20January% process Voluntary environmental Loan Fund Eligible applicants-- 2006(1).pdf Interest rate--40% Cleanup Program benefits, Local governments and of market rate Steps as follows (Minimum 75 economic tribal organizations http://www.mde.maryland.gov (dates not days for review) benefits and /assets/document/MDE%20 Matching share-- provided): Private entities eligible 20% local match location of BCRLF%20Operations%20 MDE approval of project (in for loans, but not Manual%20Final.pdf for loans and 1. Preapplication plans and grants grants priority area or 2. Review for specifications environmental Jim Henry 410-767-6353 Only inculpable parties voluntary Competitive benefits eligible cleanup bidding with 14% district) program M/WBE eligibility In case of participation goal grants 3. Financial For loan, additional analysis, credit applicant must factors review (Table 2 continued on the next page) 85

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86 (This is page 56 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 4. Environmental show financial including review capacity for loan benefits of creation of 5. Project Loan and grant green space, approval disbursement on benefits to low reimbursement income basis communities Maintain records and facilitation of expenditures of use of and response existing activities for infrastructure 10 years Additional reporting/record keeping during project implementation 20-year term Maryland MDE Petroleum Replacement of USTs http://www.mde.state.md.us/ Low interest loans Applicant must Maximum loan Limited Underground spills, leaks with object of Programs/WaterPrograms/ funded with obtain period 20 years information Storage Tank enhancing air quality Water_Quality_Finance/Link_ deposits to lender Certificate of available on (UST) Deposit/index.asp by Maryland Water Qualification website Replacement Quality Financing from local Loan Program Greg Sonberg (410) 537-3412 Administration authority before gsonberg@mde.state.md.us applying to lender for loan. Lender performs credit evaluation before forwarding application to MDE (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 57 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 Maryland Maryland Airport Funding for public http://www.marylandregional Grants Submit state Airport must Funding for Aviation develop- airports to assist with aviation.aero/content/airport grant application coordinate entire program Administra- ment and local match of AIP devassistance/index.html Local match-- of at same time as development plan subject to tion (MAA) planning funded projects FAA local match submit AIP with MAA annual state Airport http://www.marylandregional requirement application to appropriations Improvement aviation.aero/_media/clients/ (currently 2.5%) FAA Application by Program pdf/airportdevassistance/ letter including Program%20Guidance%20- State will copy of AIP grant %20AIP%20Grant.pdf process grant application offer after FAA issues grant offer. Payment requests must include Prepare grant reports of progress offer--3 to 4 Payments on weeks reimbursable basis Sponsor State payment review of held until offer--3 to 4 confirmation of weeks payment from Execution of FAA agreement by Audit and record- MAA--3 to 4 keeping weeks requirements Maryland MAA Airport Funding for privately Code of Maryland Grants January 31-- Airport owner Priority rating Maryland develop- owned public-use Regulations, 11.03.08 Applications must obtain system Assistance to ment and airports ineligible for (Appendix A) Local match--10% due county property described at Private planning AIP grants to improve, Maximum grant-- tax exemption second listed Airports rehabilitate or expand http://www.marylandregional Required URL aviation.aero/content/airport $1 million contents of Three cost basic airport infrastructure devassistance/index.html application estimates described at Eligible applicants-- http://www.marylandregional second listed Payment on existing privately aviation.aero/_media/clients/ URL reimbursement owned public-use pdf/airportdevassistance/ basis airports Program%20Guidance%20- %20MAPA%20Grant.pdf Projects should be completed in one year Must guarantee airport will stay open to the public. Length of guarantee depends 87 on type of project (Table 2 continued on the next page)