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41-881. Historic property rehabilitation program; administration; purposes; special projects; state contribution; standards; protective covenant; report

A. A state historic property rehabilitation program is established to be administered by the Arizona state parks board through the state historic preservation officer. All decisions relating to the program by the state historic preservation officer are subject to approval by the Arizona state parks board. The state historic preservation officer may provide for the staff necessary for the operation of the program.

B. Monies from appropriations may be allocated by the state historic preservation officer for special project priorities established annually by the state historic preservation officer.

C. Monies from appropriations for historic property rehabilitation shall be used for the purpose of providing state monies up to an amount equal to the amount of cash, materials and labor from any other source for the rehabilitation of buildings, structures, archaeological sites and objects all or part of which are publicly owned or owned by a nonprofit entity and which are listed in the Arizona or national register of historic places including a property listed individually or as a contributing property within a historic district.

D. The state historic preservation officer shall establish guidelines for application and selection of rehabilitation project sponsors. The state historic preservation officer shall establish annually the amount of cash, materials and labor committed by the sponsor for determination of the amount of the state grant. The rehabilitation work shall meet the United States secretary of the interior's standards for rehabilitating historic properties or other appropriate rehabilitation or archaeological standards as determined by the historical advisory commission. The project sponsor shall sign and record a protective covenant on the property in accordance with terms and for a period of time based on the amount of the state grant as determined by the state historic preservation officer.

E. The state historic preservation officer shall include the activities of the historic property rehabilitation grants program in the report to the governor and legislature required in section 41-1352.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-881

41-881. Historic property rehabilitation program; administration; purposes; special projects; state contribution; standards; protective covenant; report

A. A state historic property rehabilitation program is established to be administered by the Arizona state parks board through the state historic preservation officer. All decisions relating to the program by the state historic preservation officer are subject to approval by the Arizona state parks board. The state historic preservation officer may provide for the staff necessary for the operation of the program.

B. Monies from appropriations may be allocated by the state historic preservation officer for special project priorities established annually by the state historic preservation officer.

C. Monies from appropriations for historic property rehabilitation shall be used for the purpose of providing state monies up to an amount equal to the amount of cash, materials and labor from any other source for the rehabilitation of buildings, structures, archaeological sites and objects all or part of which are publicly owned or owned by a nonprofit entity and which are listed in the Arizona or national register of historic places including a property listed individually or as a contributing property within a historic district.

D. The state historic preservation officer shall establish guidelines for application and selection of rehabilitation project sponsors. The state historic preservation officer shall establish annually the amount of cash, materials and labor committed by the sponsor for determination of the amount of the state grant. The rehabilitation work shall meet the United States secretary of the interior's standards for rehabilitating historic properties or other appropriate rehabilitation or archaeological standards as determined by the historical advisory commission. The project sponsor shall sign and record a protective covenant on the property in accordance with terms and for a period of time based on the amount of the state grant as determined by the state historic preservation officer.

E. The state historic preservation officer shall include the activities of the historic property rehabilitation grants program in the report to the governor and legislature required in section 41-1352.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-881

41-881. Historic property rehabilitation program; administration; purposes; special projects; state contribution; standards; protective covenant; report

A. A state historic property rehabilitation program is established to be administered by the Arizona state parks board through the state historic preservation officer. All decisions relating to the program by the state historic preservation officer are subject to approval by the Arizona state parks board. The state historic preservation officer may provide for the staff necessary for the operation of the program.

B. Monies from appropriations may be allocated by the state historic preservation officer for special project priorities established annually by the state historic preservation officer.

C. Monies from appropriations for historic property rehabilitation shall be used for the purpose of providing state monies up to an amount equal to the amount of cash, materials and labor from any other source for the rehabilitation of buildings, structures, archaeological sites and objects all or part of which are publicly owned or owned by a nonprofit entity and which are listed in the Arizona or national register of historic places including a property listed individually or as a contributing property within a historic district.

D. The state historic preservation officer shall establish guidelines for application and selection of rehabilitation project sponsors. The state historic preservation officer shall establish annually the amount of cash, materials and labor committed by the sponsor for determination of the amount of the state grant. The rehabilitation work shall meet the United States secretary of the interior's standards for rehabilitating historic properties or other appropriate rehabilitation or archaeological standards as determined by the historical advisory commission. The project sponsor shall sign and record a protective covenant on the property in accordance with terms and for a period of time based on the amount of the state grant as determined by the state historic preservation officer.

E. The state historic preservation officer shall include the activities of the historic property rehabilitation grants program in the report to the governor and legislature required in section 41-1352.

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