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41-1505.02. Main street program; coordinator; powers and duties

A. A state main street program is established in the department to provide for the revitalization of central business districts in rural communities of this state. The director shall employ a full-time coordinator to administer the program.

B. Under the direction of the director, the coordinator shall:

1. Negotiate and perform state responsibilities under any necessary contracts with consultants, including the national main street center of the national trust for historic preservation.

2. Coordinate all activities of the program, including the activities of other state agency personnel assisting with the program.

3. Monitor the progress of main street communities and other aspects of the program.

4. Assist local main street project managers.

5. Solicit program and financial support from the private sector.

6. Coordinate the expenditure of available federal monies to support the program.

7. Report annually to the governor and the legislature on the status of the state main street program, including specific reports on main street communities.

8. Perform other duties necessary to administer the state main street program successfully.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1505.02

41-1505.02. Main street program; coordinator; powers and duties

A. A state main street program is established in the department to provide for the revitalization of central business districts in rural communities of this state. The director shall employ a full-time coordinator to administer the program.

B. Under the direction of the director, the coordinator shall:

1. Negotiate and perform state responsibilities under any necessary contracts with consultants, including the national main street center of the national trust for historic preservation.

2. Coordinate all activities of the program, including the activities of other state agency personnel assisting with the program.

3. Monitor the progress of main street communities and other aspects of the program.

4. Assist local main street project managers.

5. Solicit program and financial support from the private sector.

6. Coordinate the expenditure of available federal monies to support the program.

7. Report annually to the governor and the legislature on the status of the state main street program, including specific reports on main street communities.

8. Perform other duties necessary to administer the state main street program successfully.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1505.02

41-1505.02. Main street program; coordinator; powers and duties

A. A state main street program is established in the department to provide for the revitalization of central business districts in rural communities of this state. The director shall employ a full-time coordinator to administer the program.

B. Under the direction of the director, the coordinator shall:

1. Negotiate and perform state responsibilities under any necessary contracts with consultants, including the national main street center of the national trust for historic preservation.

2. Coordinate all activities of the program, including the activities of other state agency personnel assisting with the program.

3. Monitor the progress of main street communities and other aspects of the program.

4. Assist local main street project managers.

5. Solicit program and financial support from the private sector.

6. Coordinate the expenditure of available federal monies to support the program.

7. Report annually to the governor and the legislature on the status of the state main street program, including specific reports on main street communities.

8. Perform other duties necessary to administer the state main street program successfully.

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