"Agency" means the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency.
"Applicant" means one or more entities that submit an application for housing program financial assistance.
"Application" means a submittal requesting housing program financial assistance to pay the cost of the acquisition, improvement, construction, or rehabilitation of a structure to provide housing for low- and moderate-income persons.
"Financial assistance" means a loan for purposes of the publicly owned transitional housing program or a grant for purposes of the publicly owned battered women or other crime victims housing program.
"Housing program" means the publicly owned transitional or battered women or other crime victims housing program.
"Local government unit" means a city as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 462C.02, subdivision 6.
"Persons and families of low and moderate income" means those persons and families whose income does not exceed 50 percent of the greater of the statewide or area median household income as estimated by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development adjusted for families of five or more.
"Resolution Trust Corporation" means the corporation created pursuant to United States Code, title 12, section 1811 et seq., or its subsidiaries or assignees.
"Shelter" or "facility" means transitional housing or a facility that houses services in conjunction with housing for battered women or other crime victims.
"Structure" means a building to be acquired, improved, constructed, or rehabilitated for use as transitional or battered women or other crime victims housing.
"Support services" means services that identify the needs of individuals for independent living, develop individualized plans to achieve independent living, and arrange or provide for appropriate educational, social, legal, advocacy, child care, employment, financial, or information and referral services to meet these needs.
"Transitional housing" means housing provided for a limited duration not exceeding 24 months and available for occupancy on a continuous 24-hour basis.
[Repealed, 17 SR 1712]
MS s 462A.06
15 SR 1225; 17 SR 1712
June 11, 2008