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The Financial Management Program administers the engineering planning advance, engineering grant, and revolving loan programs. It also writes grant and loan awards for pollution control and water supply treatment and distribution and wastewater treatment and collections systems, and solid waste projects, and performs audit functions for the above projects.
Growth Center and Growth Management Guidance -
The Growth Center and Growth Management Guidance Document provides guidance for municipalities, consultants, Agency of Natural Resources’ staff and others interpreting the Municipal Pollution Control Priority System Rule. The rule establishes criteria for Agency funding of wastewater treatment facilities. The Guidance Document includes an explanation (types and characteristics) of “growth centers” for the purpose of the rule amendment and state regulatory proceedings associated with any infrastructure improvements. The Guidance Document also identifies and evaluates the effectiveness of local planning and regulatory tools that are available to municipalities to manage growth associated with sewer line extensions outside of growth centers.
Guidance Document Update - Engineering Fee Allowances -
An engineering fee allowance applicable to water supply and wastewater projects funded by DEC grant and loan programs was originally established in 1987 and was amended periodically to adjust for inflation. The revision below addresses concerns about the appropriateness of the previous allowance to address engineering cost for very small projects and very large projects, and is based on more recent data from Vermont and Connecticut.
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program provides low cost loan financing to municipal and privately owned public water systems for capital improvements that improve public health protection and facilitate compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.
Municipal Pollution Control Priority Lists and Clean Water Intended Use Plans -
The Facilities Engineering Division Financial Management Program is considering incorporating affordability into the clean water loans and grants. Any changes would take place in state fiscal year 2016 or beginning July 1, 2015. We are collecting information to prepare for any legislative changes that may be needed.
Please provide comments on the proposed requirements and questions below either via email to Winslow.firstname.lastname@example.org or at the 3/13/14 public meeting.
The timeline for this year's priority list:
December 12, 2013 Applications and Meeting Notification
January 31, 2014 Applications DUE
April 3, 2014 2-4 PM Hearing at National Life, Montpelier, in the WINOOSKI Conference Room
April 11, 2014 Comments Due
May-June 2014 FINAL Priority List
July 1, 2014 Start of State Fiscal Year 2015
Please let us know if you have questions, Winslow
Financial Management Program Manager
Facilities Engineering Division
Department of Environmental Conservation
802 498-7374 Cell Phone only
Past Years - Pollution Control Priority Lists and Clean Water Intended Use Plans
RULE - Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation Environmental Protection Rules: Chapter 2
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) LOAN & State Grant APPLICATIONS -
CLEAN WATER and DRINKING WATER PAYMENT REQUEST Information (Post ARRA):