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(This is page 67 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 Michigan DEQ Solid Projects to further http://www.michigan.gov/ Grants Timelines and Project must meet Funding Community waste, goals of pollution documents/deq/deq-essd- deadlines to be statutory availability Pollution pollution prevention program grantsloans- Local match--25% determined definition of and matching Prevention catalog_210643_7.pdf pollution requirements Program Eligible applicants-- prevention subject to County governments (Note: this URL is a link to the change DEQ/DNER catalogue of Project must annually grant and loan programs.) result in measurable Richard Alexander 989-705- reduction in waste 3433; alexandr@michigan.gov Michigan Bureau of Energy, Various energy Part 145, Waste Reduction Miscellaneous N/A N/A Listed URL Energy emissions efficiency support Assistance, of the Natural provides links Systems programs Resources and Environmental to various Protection Act, 1994 PA 451 energy efficiency programs. http://www.michigan.gov/dleg Information on /0,1607,7-154-25676--- these programs ,00.html posted on the web does not readily fit into this matrix. URL link is listed for the reference of airports in Michigan and their counsel. Minnesota Department Energy, Construction of E-85 http://www.state.mn.us/portal/ Grants Limited of Commerce greenhouse fueling stations mn/jsp/content.do?id=- information E-85 Station gasses 536893811&contentid=53688 Local match--25% available on funding 5915&contenttype=EDITORI Maximum grant-- the web AL&programid=536917180& $15,000 agency=Energy Minnesota Department Brown- Grants to finance http://www.positivelyminnesot Grants Two application Pre-grant Six evaluation of fields, investigation and a.com/Government/Financial_ cycles per year expenditures not criteria are Employment hazardous cleanup of Assistance/Site_Cleanup_Red Local match--25% eligible unless applied and and Economic waste contaminated sites to evelopment_Funding/Contami Applications pursuant to a RAP identified in Maximum grant-- due on May 1 Development prepare for public or nation_Cleanup_Investigation $50,000 for approved within listed URL (DEED) private redevelopment _Grant_Program.aspx and November 1 180 days before investigation or Application Contamina- development of grant form 97 (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 68 of Table 2) 98 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 tion Cleanup Eligible applicants-- Kristin Lukes 651-259-7449 Response Action Hardcopy Appraisal or downloadable at and Cities, counties, and kristin.lukes@state.mn.us Plan (RAP) applications recent tax http://www.po Investigation port authorities only--original assessment sitivelyminnes Grant and 2 copies required ota.com/Gover Program nment/Financi 12% of local al_Assistance/ match must come Site_Cleanup_ from general Redevelopmen funds or other t_Funding/Con unrestricted funds tamination_Cl Annual reporting eanup/Contam requirements ination_Clean up_Grant_App lication_Part_1 _FY_10-11.pdf Links to other program forms available at listed URL List of prior grants available at listed URL Minnesota DEED Brown- Projects to clean up http://www.positivelyminnesot Applicant must Links to Minnesota fields, contaminated sites that a.com/Government/Financial_ own or control application Cleanup hazardous can be returned to Assistance/Site_Cleanup_Red property and other Revolving waste marketable use evelopment_Funding/Minneso program forms Loan Fund ta_Cleanup_Revolving_Loan_ Site must be available at Eligible applicants-- Program.aspx enrolled in listed URL Cities, counties, and Minnesota port authorities Kristin Lukes 651-259-7449 Pollution Control kristin.lukes@state.mn.us Agency Voluntary Cleanup Program Site must have approved Response Action Plan Applicant cannot have caused or worsened the contamination (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 69 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 Minnesota DEED Brown- Projects for http://www.positivelyminnesot Grants August 2-- Appraisal or tax Five element Redevelop- fields, redevelopment of a.com/Government/Financial_ Applications assessment rating system ment Grant hazardous contaminated sites. Assistance/Site_Cleanup_Red Local match--50% due required described in Program waste Funds can be used for evelopment_Funding/Redevel application acquisition, opment_Grant_Program_3. Paper copies Implementation package demolition, aspx only accepted workshop remediation, and with original required for new Links to infrastructure Kristin Lukes 651-259-7449 and two copies grantees application, kristin.lukes@state.mn.us other program Annual progress forms and past report required grant information available at listed URL Minnesota Department Water Projects for planning http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/ Grants June 1 Progress reports Guidebook of Natural resources, and implementing grants/water/flood_hazard.html applications due required available at Resources flood plains structurally and Local match--50% second listed (DNR) Flood nonstructural measures http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/ URL includes waters/watermgmt_section/ Maximum grant-- Hazard to mitigate risks, $150,000 application Mitigation including acquisition flood_damage/guidebook.pdf form and Grant of structures in flood Pat Lynch (651) 259-5691; samples of Assistance plains pat.lynch@dnr.state.mn.us other required Program documents Eligible applicants-- Local governmental units Minnesota State Historic Historic Acquisition, http://www.mnhs.org/legacy/ Grants Application and Work must be Information Preservation and cultural restoration, and grants/manual/general.htm review process completed to contained on Office resources preservation of historic Matching funds varies by size of national standards numerous (SHPO), properties http://www.mnhs.org/legacy/ optional grant linked web Historic and grants/manual/historic State grant pages, which Cultural For construction properties Deadline for management can be grants grants, properties must small and standards must be accessed from be listed on National grants@mnhs structured grants followed first listed URL Register (under $7,000) are the last For develop grant Complete For other grants, Friday of each must execute grants manual properties must be month. agreement to downloadable listed, eligible for maintain the at http://www. listing or designated Deadlines not property. mnhs.org/ under local ordinance established for Duration of legacy/grants/ larger grants agreement Eligible applicants-- manual/docs_ depends on Local governments Pre-applications pdfs/Grants amount of grant Manual.pdf 99 recommended (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 70 of Table 2) 100 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 for mid-size and Development List of previous large grants grants over grants available $25,000 are at http://www. Applications can subject to mnhs.org/ be completed Minnesota's legacy/grants/ and submitted prevailing wage funded/ on line or in law index.htm hard copy Minnesota SHPO State Historic Preservation or http://www.mnhs.org/shpo/ Grants Pre-application Previous grant Grants over Capital and cultural restoration of historic grants/state_capital_grants/ required recipients may not $75,000 are Grants resources properties index.htm Local match--50% apply until any rare Minimum grant-- overdue final Eligibility limited to http://www.mnhs.org/shpo/ reports are Consultation public buildings and grants/state_capital_grants/ $10,000 with SHPO approved by SHPO for acquisition or docs_pdfs/2010capital Maximum grant-- grants staff capital projects manual.pdf $100,000 Any management before pre- Projects must be for Mandy Skypala 651-259- or lease agreements application with nonprofits recommended restoration/preservation 3458; or building systems mandy.skypala@mnhs.org must be submitted Information on and accessibility at pre-application past grants stage available at Eligible applicants-- first listed Governmental units Projects should be completable in URL eligible for state bond funds 12 months State prevailing wage requirements for grants exceed- ing $25,000 Final reports due within 30 days of project completion Letter of agreement to maintain property--10 years for grants up to $25,000; 20 years for grants above $25,000 (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 71 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 Minnesota Department Airport Planning and Minnesota Statutes, Grants List of of Transporta- planning development projects Chapter 360 eligible tion Airport and for airports 30% local match airports and State develop- http://www.dot.state.mn.us/ for NPIAS Airport DOT staff Construction ment Airports must be aero/avoffice/airport available at: licensed for public use development/fundingprograms 20% local match Program for non-NPIAS http://www.do and properly zoned .htm t.state.mn.us/a airports Airports must be in ero/avoffice/a state airport system irdev.html#tec hl Eligible applicants-- Cities, counties, and townships Minnesota Board of Water Various clean water http://www.bwsr.state.mn.us/ Grants August 24-- Applicants must Additional Water and quality programs including: grants/index.html Application have approved policy Soil Local match--25% period begins water/watershed guidance and Resources Clean Water http://www.bwsr.state.mn.us/ plan by November application grants/RFP%20FY2011%208- Minimum grant September 15-- (BWSR) Assistance Grants to 1 forms 4-10%20FINAL.pdf request-- $30,000 Applications Clean Water keep water on land available at (actual grants may due BMPs must have grants Conservation be less if partial first listed minimum 10-year URL Drainage Grants for award) December 16-- life span pilot programs to Award notices retrofit existing sent Capital drainage systems development must January have a minimum with water quality February--grant 20-year life span improvements agreements sent Eligible applicants-- Applicants Counties are eligible spending less than for former; counties 50% of prior and cities are eligible grants must for latter demonstrate financial and organizational capacity If applicable, projects must use plants of Minnesota ecotypes and preferably local ecotypes 101 (Table 2 continued on the next page)