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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 45. Board On Conservation And Development of Public Beaches [Repealed]
Chapter 10. Regulations Governing Application for and Use of Grant Funds to Localities

4VAC45-10-130. Preproposal application procedures.


The applicant shall define and establish priorities for the locality's beach areas as a part of its preproposal to be submitted to the Commission. The preproposal should be a succinct description of the locality project, including the following:

1. Name, address, and telephone number of point of contact within locality.

2. General project description. A short one or two paragraph statement about the proposed project including:

a. Project location;

b. Type of project, i.e. nourishment, groin field;

c. Type and possible locations of structures, if applicable;

d. Volume of nourishment, if applicable;

e. Source of nourishment, if known; and

f. Short statement outlining why the project is needed.

3. Long range plan phase. A statement identifying whether this project is part of a long range plan; and if so what phase it represents. First time preproposals should indicate whether a long range plan is being developed.

4. Ownership and public beach compliance. The locality must submit sufficient proof of ownership of the public beach and/or proof of easements allowing the use of the beach by the general public.

5. Matching fund source. Suitable sources of matching funds outlined in the section on FUNDS of these Regulations should be broken down and described.

6. Estimate of project cost. This is a reasonable estimate of the total amount of funds required to complete the project. In addition, this total cost should be broken down to indicate the portion requested from the Public Beach Assistance Fund and identified estimates of amounts to be received from other sources.

7. Map of the project area. A suitable scale map delineating project limits, possible locations of proposed structures, location of nourishment area, and source of nourishment, if known.

8. Estimate of project start-up and completion dates.

9. Monitoring plan application. Each should include a plan for monitoring the response of the beach to the program outlined in the preproposal.

10. Additional information. Locality may submit additional information to justify its proposed program.

11. A copy of the local erosion advisory commission recommendations.

12. Signatories. Signature of the chief elected official or authorized chief executive of the locality.

Statutory Authority

Chapter 21, Title 10, Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR570-01-00, eff. April 12, 1981.

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