GIGP grant recipients must provide documentation of the following before entering into a grant agreement:
◾Legal right to own, operate and maintain the project for the duration of its useful life.
◾Compliance with the Smart Growth Infrastructure Act of 2010 and EEO and MWBE requirements.
◾Successful completion of all NYS environmental and historic preservation reviews, i.e., SEQR and SHPO.
◾A detailed final budget and plan of finance including all third-party funding agreements, inter-municipal agreements, and satisfaction of the minimum 10% local match requirement.
◾Designation of an Authorized Representative for the project.
◾EFC Approved Feasibility Study.
Please note that if this is a public work contract covered by Article 8 of the New York State Labor Law, the recipient agrees to comply with the prevailing wage requirements.