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Title 36Chapter IPart 72


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER I—NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 72—URBAN PARK AND RECREATION RECOVERY ACT OF 1978

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§72.1
Purpose of regulations.
§72.2
Legislative authority.
§72.3
Definitions.
§§72.4-72.9
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—LOCAL RECOVERY ACTION PROGRAMS

§72.10
General requirements.
§72.11
Action program components.
§72.12
Assessment of needs, problems and issues.
§72.13
Action plan.
§72.14
[Reserved]
§72.15
Preliminary Action Program.
§72.16
Preliminary Action Program requirements.
§72.17
Preliminary Action Program—commitments to be included.
§§72.18-72.29
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—GRANTS FOR RECOVERY ACTION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT, REHABILITATION AND INNOVATION

§72.30
General requirements.
§72.31
[Reserved]
§72.32
Funding and matching share.
§72.33
Timing and duration of projects.
§§72.34-72.35
[Reserved]
§72.36
Land ownership, control and conversion.
§72.37
Pass-through funding.
§§72.38-72.39
[Reserved]
§72.40
Historic properties.
§72.41
Demolition and replacement of existing recreation properties.
§72.42
Expansion and new development.
§72.43
Fundable elements: Recovery Action Program grants.
§72.44
Fundable elements: Rehabilitation and Innovation grant common elements.
§72.45
Fundable elements: Innovation grants.
§72.46
Citizen participation requirements.
§72.47
[Reserved]
§72.48
Federal coordination.
§72.49
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—GRANT SELECTION, APPROVAL AND ADMINISTRATION

§72.50
Grant selection criteria.
§72.51
A-95 clearinghouse requirements.
§72.52
Recovery Action Program grant applications.
§72.53
Preapplication process for Rehabilitation and Innovation grants.
§72.54
Rehabilitation and Innovation grants—full application process.
§72.55
[Reserved]
§72.56
Grant program compliance requirements.
§§72.57-72.59
[Reserved]
§72.60
Grant administrative procedures.
§72.61
[Reserved]
§72.62
Amendments to approved grants.
§72.63
Grant payments.
§72.64
[Reserved]
§72.65
Other requirements.
rule

Subpart E—POST-COMPLETION COMPLIANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

§72.70
Applicability.
§72.71
Information collection.
§72.72
Conversion requirements.
§72.73
Residency requirements.
§§72.74-72.75
[Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 72—Criteria for Eligibility
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 72—List of Eligible Jurisdictions


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