§ 570.3 Definitions.
Fix link posted at88 FR 9665February 14, 2023
Affirmative Action Fair Housing, HUD, and Secretary terms are in24 CFR God 5.All subsequent definitions in this section based on US Census Bureau data will be based on data provided in the most recent decennial Census or American Community Survey.
Workmeans Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended (42 University of Southern California 5301 I continue.).
apartment ageRefers to the number of apartments for the year as defined in Art. Section 102(a)(11) of the Act.
ComplainantMeans a state or local government making an application under subparts E, F, G, or M.
Government general management buildingsIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(21) of the Act.
CDBG Fundmeans Community Development Block Grant funds, including570.405 of this section, according to the funds allocated by Art. Section 108(q) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, Loan GuaranteesDivision M of this part, excess subsidies for urban renewal and project revenues defined in Art§ 570.500(a).
CEOA state or local self-government body is an elected or legally appointed official who is primarily responsible for conducting the government affairs of that entity. Examples of Zemstvo "director-generals" are: elected district managers; chairpersons of county councils or councils in counties without elected governors; legally appointed officials of Zemstvo bodies.
postgraduateThe meaning is as follows:
(1)To qualify for Community Development Support and City Action Support:
(and)Any general unit of local government classified by the U.S. Census Bureau as a municipality or
(two)Another unit of general local self-government, namely a city or municipality, by decision of the Secretary:
(A)It has powers and functions related to the commune;
(Second)This is strictly regulated (except for funding scheme purposes, where the Minister may limit or waive this requirement on a case-by-case basis); and
(C)Its boundaries do not contain any incorporated places, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, that have not entered into a cooperative agreement with a city or municipality to undertake or assist in necessary community development and housing assistance activities for at least 3 years. Determining whether a city or municipality qualifies as a city will be based on information provided by the U.S. Census Bureau and information provided by the city or municipality and its general units of local government.
(2)For urban development grant eligibility purposes only, Guam, Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Kauai, Maui, and the State of Hawaii are eligible under state aid and income tax laws Indian tribes of the Home Rule Act of 1972 located on Oklahoma reservations or Alaska Native villages as determined by the Secretary of the Interior.
Community Development Financial Institutionshas the same meaning as in the Community Development Banks and Financial Institutions Act 1994 (12 USC Letter 4701).
Comprehensive plan.according to the plan24 CFR God 91It describes the needs, resources, priorities, and proposed actions for HUD programs, including CDBG programs. Approved Comprehensive Plan means a comprehensive plan approved by HUD under Sec24 CFR God 91.
Support as appropriateRefers to the subsidy allocated according to each targeted subsidysubdivision E of this part.
amount of rightsmeans the amount of funds to which an urban metropolitan or urban county is entitled under a subsidized fee program, determined in accordance with a formula prescribed in Art. Article 106 of the law
degree of developmental delayIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(12) of the Act.
The degree of overcrowding in the apartmenthas the meaning stated in Art. 102 lights up. Article 10 of the Act.
poverty levelis the number of people with incomes below the poverty line, based on data collected and published by the U.S. Census Bureau, budgeted from the most recent census covering the same point in time or period, and the most recent report from the Office of Management. For the purposes of this section, the Minister stated that it is currently neither feasible nor appropriate to adjust the "poverty range" calculation for regional or regional differences in income and cost of living.
familyRefer to Art's definition of "family"24 CFR 5.403.
familyRefers to all the people who live in the apartment. Residents can be families as defined in art24 CFR 5.403; two or more families living together; or any other group of related or unrelated persons sharing a common residence, regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.
income.Determine if a family or household has low or below average incomeSubpart C of this partUsers can choose any of the following three definitions for each action, except actions of the same type that are fully related and eligible within the same type§ 570.208(a)Use the same definition of income. Competencies defined by selection are not available for qualifying activities§ 570.208(a)(1)(area benefit activity), unless the recipient is surveyed under the following conditions§ 570.208(a)(1)(vi).Acceptable Activities§ 570.208(a)(1)They typically must use the district income data that HUD makes available to the public. The three definitions are as follows:
(and)"Annual income" as defined in Section 8 of the Housing Benefit Payment Scheme24 CFR 813.106(Unless CDBG Homeowner Recovery Assistance is§ 570.202, the value of the homeowner’s principal residence may be excluded from any calculation of household net wealth); or
(two)Annual income from the last decennial census reported on the complete census form. This definition includes:
(A)Income, wages, tips, commissions, etc.;
(Second)Income from own non-farm activities, including estates and partnerships;
(C)Income from independent activities on the farm;
(Man)interest, dividends, net rental income or income from estates or trusts;
(rice)social or railway pensions;
(F)Supplemental Security Income, Assistance to Families with Dependent Children, or other public assistance or welfare programs;
(G)old age, family or disability pension; and
(H)Any other source of income received on a regular basis, including veterans (VA) benefits, unemployment benefits, and alimony; or
(three)Adjusted gross income reported on IRS Form 1040 for the individual's federal annual income tax purposes.
(2)Estimates the annual household or household income by projecting the prevailing income rate for each individual, family, or household at the time (if applicable) receiving assistance. Estimated annual income includes the income of all households or household members, as the case may be. Income or capital gains from CDBG-supported activities are not considered in calculating your estimated annual income.
island areahas the meaning stated in Art. Section 102(a)(24) of the Act.
middle and low income familiesmeans a household whose income is at or below the Section 8 low income limit as determined by HUD.
low- and middle-income peopleRefers to household members whose income is at or below the Section 8 low income limit set by HUD. For this purpose, unrelated persons will be considered as one-person households.
low-income familyRefers to households with incomes at or below HUD’s Section 8 Extreme Low Income Limits.
Low-income peopleRefers to household members whose income is at or below HUD's Section 8 very low income limit. For this purpose, unrelated persons are considered as single-person households.
urban areaIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(3) of the Act.
cityIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(4) of the Act, but replacing the term "capital city" with the term "central city".
Micro-enterpriseshas the meaning stated in Art. 102 lights up. Article 22 of the Act.
middle income familyRefers to households whose income is at or below the Section 8 Low Income Limit and above the Section 8 Very Low Income Limit set by HUD.
a person with an average incomeMeans household members whose income is at or below the Section 8 Low Income Limit and above the Section 8 Extreme Low Income Limit as determined by HUD. For this purpose, unrelated persons are considered as single-person households.
Unauthorized amountRefers to the amount of funds intended to be used in unacceptable country areas according to the formula in Art. Article 106 of the Law.
unlicensed areahas the meaning stated in Art. 102 lights up. Article 7 of the Act.
year of creationRefers to the specific federal fiscal year in which annual appropriation funds are awarded.
populationRefers to the total resident population based on data collected and published by the U.S. Census Bureau, available from the most recent census orSection 570.4, and where applicable, reflect changes resulting from the Bureau's last population determination using its estimation techniques using natural change (births and deaths) and net migration, which can be linked to the same point in time or the same period.
EarthIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(2) of the Act.
total unit of local self-governmentIt has the meaning given by art. Section 102(a)(1) of the Act.
City and countyhas the meaning stated in Art. 102 lights up. Article 6 of the Act. For purposes of this definition, HUD will use data from HUD to determine the number of persons living in the relevant general area and local government unit, thereby determining whether an area's total population contains the required percentage of low- and moderate-income individuals. The most recent decennial census and use the income thresholds in effect for the year the census was taken.
Support for urban planning activities(UDAG) means an appropriation made by the Minister under section 119 of the Act, andSubpart G of this part.
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