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Title 7: Agriculture
PART 1942—ASSOCIATIONS
Subpart C—Fire and Rescue and Other Small Community Facilities Projects


§1942.134   State supplements and guides.

State Directors will obtain National Office clearance for all State supplements and guides under FmHA Instruction 2006-B (available in any FmHA or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 Office).

(a) State supplements. State Directors may supplement this subpart to meet State and local laws and regulations and to provide for orderly application processing and efficient service to applicants. State supplements shall not contain any requirements pertaining to bids, contract awards, and materials more restrictive than those in this subpart.

(b) State guides. State Directors may develop guides for use by applicants if the guides to this subpart and subpart A of part 1942 are not adequate. State Directors may prepare guides for items needed for the application; items necessary for the docket; and items required prior to loan closing or construction starts.



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