Final grant applications must include the following information as required in the application forms supplied by the commissioner:
the name of each applicant making the grant application;
the name of each political subdivision affected by the project, located in the area studied in the project, or located in the area in which the project is intended to be implemented;
resolutions from each applicant in conformance with Minnesota Statutes, section 115A.54, subdivision 3;
the name, qualifications, and address of the project manager;
the name and qualifications of the facility operator, if available;
the total capital cost of the project;
the total grant-eligible cost of the project;
the amount of grant funding requested;
the amount and sources of all other funding contributions, including the amount of funds to be contributed by the applicant; and
the type of waste processing facility for which the grant application is being submitted: waste to energy; materials recovery; chemical, physical, or biological modification; transfer stations; processing of special waste stream including household hazardous waste; or waste incineration with resource recovery.
Before submitting its final grant application, an eligible applicant may change the components of the proposed project as described in the preliminary grant application. If, however, those changes would result in a project that the commissioner determines no longer best meets the criteria in part 9210.0132, subpart 1, the commissioner shall remove the project from further consideration.
October 10, 2013
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