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469.204 Payment; city match; drawdown; uses of state money.
Subdivision 1. Payment of state money. Upon receipt from a city of a certification that a revitalization program has been adopted or modified, the commissioner shall, within 30 days, pay to the city the amount of state money identified as necessary to implement the revitalization program or program modification. State money may be paid to the city only to the extent that the appropriation limit for the city specified in subdivision 2 is not exceeded. Once the state money has been paid to the city, it becomes targeted neighborhood money for use by the city in accordance with an adopted revitalization program and subject only to the restrictions on its use in sections 469.201 to 469.207.
Subd. 2. Allocation. Each city of the first class, as defined in section 410.01, may receive a part of the appropriations made available that is the proportion that the population of such city bears to the combined population of such cities of the first class. One city may agree to reduce its entitlement amount and to make it available to another city. For the purposes of this subdivision the population of each city is determined according to the most recent estimates available to the commissioner. Interest earned by a city from money paid to the city must be repaid to the commissioner annually unless the revitalization program identifies the interest as necessary to implement the revitalization program and the requirement for city matching money is satisfied with respect to the interest.
Subd. 3. City matching money; drawdown and restriction on use of state money. A city may spend state money only if the revitalization program identifies city matching money to be used to implement the program in an amount equal to the state appropriation paid to the city. A city must keep the state money in a segregated fund for accounting purposes.
HIST: 1989 c 328 art 6 s 15
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