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9525.0970 STATE REIMBURSEMENT AND PAYMENT.

Subpart 1.

Reimbursement.

State reimbursement payment to a county board for allowable costs under part 9525.0950 must be made according to subpart 4 and must be based on actual expenditures and the rate of state reimbursement specified in this subpart. The amount of state reimbursement to a county board must not exceed the limits established under Minnesota Statutes, section 252.275, subdivision 3.

State reimbursement must be at a minimum rate of 70 percent of a county board's cost of providing SILS as mandated by parts 9525.0900 to 9525.1020 and Minnesota Statutes, section 252.275, subdivision 4, up to the allocation determined by Minnesota Statutes, section 252.275, subdivision 4.

Subp. 2.

[Repealed, 18 SR 506]

Subp. 3.

[Repealed, 18 SR 506]

Subp. 4.

Payments to counties.

Payments made to county boards by the commissioner must be in the form of quarterly installments. The commissioner may certify an advance up to 25 percent of the allocation according to Minnesota Statutes, section 252.275, subdivision 3. Subsequent payments to each county board shall be made on a reimbursement basis for reported expenditures contingent upon the board's submitting a completed quarterly financial report on forms provided by the commissioner.

Subp. 5.

Quarterly payment adjustments.

The commissioner shall review county expenditures after each quarter. If actual expenditures by a county board to provide SILS are less than costs upon which the county board's base and targeted allocations are based, the commissioner shall adjust the quarterly payments so that the percentage of cost paid by the state remains within the limits in subpart 1. Under Minnesota Statutes, section 252.275, subdivision 4c, the commissioner may reallocate unexpended money at any time among those counties which have earned their full base allocation, and may reallocate targeted allocations at any time that it is determined, after consultation with the affected county, that the allocated funds will not be used as projected.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 252.275

History:

10 SR 994; 18 SR 506

Published Electronically:

October 16, 2013