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Title 24: Housing and Urban Development
§92.102 Participation threshold amount.
(a) To be eligible to become a participating jurisdiction, a unit of general local government must have a formula allocation under §92.50 that is equal to or greater than $750,000; or
(b) If a unit of general local government's formula allocation is less than $750,000, HUD must find:
(1) The unit of general local government has a local PHA and has demonstrated a capacity to carry out the provisions of this part, as evidenced by satisfactory performance under one or more HUD-administered programs that provide assistance for activities comparable to the eligible activities under this part; and
(2) The State has authorized HUD to transfer to the unit of general local government a portion of the State's allocation or the State, the unit of general local government, or both, has made available its own resources such that the sum of the amounts transferred or made available are equal to or greater than the difference between the unit of general local government's formula allocation and $750,000.
(c) In fiscal years in which Congress appropriates less than $1.5 billion for this part, $500,000 is substituted for $750,000 each time it appears in this section.