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14.28.07.00.htm 14.28.07.00. Title 14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES Subtitle 28 CANAL PLACE PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Chapter 07 State Economic Growth, Resource Protection, and Planning Policy Project Review Authority: Financial Institutions Article, §13-1008(4) State Finance and Procurement Article, §5-7A-02A; Annotated Code of Maryland; Executive Order 01.01.1992.27, §C and F
14.28.07.01.htm 14.28.07.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Authority" means the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority.. 2) "Code" means the Annotated Code of Maryland.. 3) "Executive Director" means the Executive Director of the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority.4) "Interagency Economic Growth, Resource Protection, and Planning Committee" or "Committee" means the Interagency Economic G
14.28.07.02.htm 14.28.07.02. 02 The Policy.. The State Growth Policy is that:. A. Development shall be concentrated in suitable areas;. B. Sensitive areas shall be protected;. C. In rural areas, growth shall be directed to existing population centers, and resource areas shall be protected;D. Stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay and the land shall be a universal ethic;. E. Conservation of resources, including a reduction in resource consumption, shall be practiced;. F. To encourage the achie
14.28.07.03.htm 14.28.07.03. 03 Scope.. A. These regulations apply to major capital improvement projects funded by the Authority with State or federal funds.B. These regulations do not apply to a project for which:. 1) A valid building permit was issued before October 1, 1992;. 2) A State commitment for a grant, loan, loan guarantee, or insurance was issued before October 1, 1992;3) Final review under the National Environmental Policy Act or the Maryland Environmental Policy Act was completed by October
14.28.07.04.htm 14.28.07.04. 04 Requirements.. The Authority may fund a project subject to these regulations if it complies with this regulation or Regulation .05 of this chapter. The project shall be determined to be consistent generally with the State Growth Policy, and demonstrate specifically that the project:A. Is located:. 1) On a site suitable for infill development or redevelopment which:. a) Is occupied by a structure to be rehabilitated,. b) Was previously improved with a structure, or.
14.28.07.05.htm 14.28.07.05. 05 Extraordinary Projects.. The Authority may fund a project even if the project cannot meet the requirements in Regulation .04 of this chapter, if the project is determined to:A. Be warranted by extraordinary circumstances, defined as circumstances that:. 1) Require emergency action, or. 2) Provide a unique opportunity to promote the purposes of the Authority and the State Growth Policy; andB. Have no reasonably feasible alternative, defined as an alternative that:.
14.28.07.06.htm 14.28.07.06. 06 Procedure.. A. The determinations under Regulation .04 or .05 of this chapter shall be:. 1) Evidenced by a written project report signed by the Executive Director; and. 2) Finalized in accordance with the procedures set forth in this regulation and Regulation .07 of this chapter.B. Filing.. 1) The Executive Director shall file with the State Office of Planning the project report required under §A(1) of this regulation.2) If the project report concludes that a project
14.28.07.07.htm 14.28.07.07. 07 Authority's Determination.. Before issuance of a determination approving a project, the Authority shall execute a written determination that the project complies with Regulation .04 or .05 of this chapter and that the determination has been finalized under Regulation .06 of this chapter.
14.28.07.9999.htm 14.28.07.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 18, 1995 (22:25 Md. R. 1964).
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