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97 STAT. 1154

PUBLIC LAW 98-181-NOV. 30, 1983

Ante, p. 219.

Independent Agencies Appropriation Act, 1984 (Public Law 98-45), is increased from $500 to $2,000.

STATE AND LOCAL ASSISTANCE

Ante, p. 219.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies Appropriation Act, 1984, under the account, Federal Emer. gency Management Agency, State and Local Assistance, is amended by adding the following before the period: “: Provided further, That notwithstanding any other provision of law for the fiscal year 1984, $55,000,000 is available for contributions to the States under section 205 of the Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950, as amended (50 U.S.C. App. 2286), for personnel and administrative expenses".

EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTION AND SHELTER PROGRAM For an emergency food distribution and shelter program to be carried out by the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, $30,000,000, such sum to remain available for obligation until March 31, 1984, and to be made available under the following terms and conditions:

(1) The Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall, as soon as practicable after the date of the enactment of this Act, constitute a national board for the purpose of determining how the program funds are to be distributed to individual localities. The national board shall consist of seven members. The United Way of America, the Salvation Army, the National Council of Churches, the National Conference of Catholic Charities, the Council of Jewish Federations, Incorporated, the American Red Cross, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall each designate a representative to sit on the national board. The representative of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall serve as chairman of the national board.

(2) Each locality designated by the national board to receive funds shall constitute a local board for the purpose of determin. ing how its funds will be distributed. The local board shall consist, to the extent practicable, of representatives of the same organizations as the national board except that the mayor or appropriate head of government will replace the Federal Emer gency Management Agency member.

(3) The Director of the Federal Emergency Managemen. Agency shall award a grant for $30,000,000 to the national board within thirty days after the date of the enactment of this Act for the purpose of providing emergency food and shelter to needy individuals through private voluntary organizations.

(4) Eligible private voluntary organizations shall be nonprofit, have a voluntary board, have an accounting system, and practice nondiscrimination.

(5) Participation in the program shall be based upon a private voluntary organization's ability to deliver emergency food and shelter to needy individuals and such other factors as are determined by the local boards.

(6) Total administrative costs may not exceed 2 percent of the total appropriation.

(7) As authorized by the Charter of the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Corporation shall process and distribute sur

PUBLIC LAW 98-181-NOV. 30, 1983

97 STAT. 1155

plus food owned or to be purchased by the Corporation under
the food distribution and emergency shelter program in cooper-
ation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES

For an additional amount for "Construction of facilities”,
$20,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1986, for partial
funding of the construction of facilities at the John F. Kennedy
Space Center for the Solid Rocket Booster assembly and refurbish-
ment contractor and for warehousing to be used by the Shuttle
processing contractor: Provided, That with the funds appropriated
under the “Space flight, control and data communications" account
in the 1984 Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies
Appropriation Act (Public Law 98-45), NASA may enter into a
contract with Morton Thiokol, Inc., to amortize the Thiokol Casting
Pit Covers over a twelve-year period for a total cost of not to exceed
$23,000,000 under the authority granted under Public Law 98-45.

Ante, p. 219.

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION

MEDICAL AND PROSTHETIC RESEARCH

For an additional amount for "Medical and prosthetic research”,
$53,974,000, to remain available until September 30, 1985.

VETERANS JOB TRAINING

For an additional amount for payment of expenses as authorized
by the Emergency Veterans' Job Training Act of 1983 (Public Law
98-77), $75,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1986.

Ante, p. 443.

SHORT TITLE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1. (a) Titles I through XI of this Act may be cited as the
"Domestic Housing and International Recovery and Financial Sta-
bility Act".

(b) Titles I through V of this Act may be cited as the "Housing and
Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983”.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sec. 1. Short title and table of contents.
TITLE I-COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND

CONSERVATION
PART A-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
Sec. 101. Low and moderate income benefit objective.
Sec. 102. Definitions.
Sec. 103. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 104. Statement of activities and review.
Sec. 105. Eligible activities.
Sec. 106. Allocation and distribution of funds.
Sec. 107. Discretionary fund.
Sec. 108. Guarantee of loans.
Sec. 109. Use of grants to settle outstanding urban renewal loans.
Sec. 110. Transition provisions.

Domestic
Housing and
International
Recovery and
Financial
Stability Act.
12 USC 1701
note.
Housing and
Urban-Rural
Recovery Act of
1983.
12 USC 1701
note.

Ante, p. 219.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development-Independent
Agencies Appropriation Act, 1984, under the account, Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency, State and Local Assistance, is amended
by adding the following before the period: “: Provided further, That
notwithstanding any other provision of law for the fiscal year 1984,
$55,000,000 is available for contributions to the States under section
205 of the Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950, as amended (50 U.S.C.
App. 2286), for personnel and administrative expenses”.

EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTION AND SHELTER PROGRAM

For an emergency food distribution and shelter program to be

carried out by the Director of the Federal Emergency Management

Agency, $30,000,000, such sum to remain available for obligation

until March 31, 1984, and to be made available under the following

terms and conditions:

(1) The Director of the Federal Emergency Management

Agency shall, as soon as practicable after the date of the

enactment of this Act, constitute a national board for the

purpose of determining how the program funds are to be distrib-

uted to individual localities. The national board shall consist of

seven members. The United Way of America, the Salvation

Army, the National Council of Churches, the National Confer-

ence of Catholic Charities, the Council of Jewish Federations,

Incorporated, the American Red Cross, and the Federal Emer-

gency Management Agency shall each designate a representa-

tive to sit on the national board. The representative of the

Federal Emergency Management Agency shall serve as chair-

man of the national board.

(2) Each locality designated by the national board to receive

funds shall constitute a local board for the purpose of determin-

ing how its funds will be distributed. The local board shall

consist, to the extent practicable, of representatives of the same

organizations as the national board except that the mayor or

appropriate head of government will replace the Federal Emer

gency Management Agency member.

(3) The Director of the Federal Emergency Managemen.

Agency shall award a grant for $30,000,000 to the national
board within thirty days after the date of the enactment of this
Act for the purpose of providing emergency food and shelter to
needy individuals through private voluntary organizations.

(4) Eligible private voluntary organizations shall be nonprofit,
have a voluntary board, have an accounting system, and prac-
tice nondiscrimination.

(5) Participation in the program shall be based upon a private
voluntary organization's ability to deliver emergency food and
shelter to needy individuals and such other factors as are
determined by the local boards.

(6) Total administrative costs may not exceed 2 percent of the
total appropriation.

(7) As authorized by the Charter of the Commodity Credit
Corporation, the Corporation shall process and distribute sur-
PUBLIC LAW 98-181-NOV. 30, 1983

97 STAT. 1155

plus food owned or to be purchased by the Corporation under the food distribution and emergency shelter program in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES

For an additional amount for “Construction of facilities”, $20,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1986, for partial funding of the construction of facilities at the John F. Kennedy Space Center for the Solid Rocket Booster assembly and refurbishment contractor and for warehousing to be used by the Shuttle processing contractor: Provided, That with the funds appropriated under the “Space flight, control and data communications” account in the 1984 Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies Appropriation Act (Public Law 98-45), NASA may enter into a contract with Morton Thiokol, Inc., to amortize the Thiokol Casting Pit Covers over a twelve-year period for a total cost of not to exceed $23,000,000 under the authority granted under Public Law 98–45.

Ante, p. 219.

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION

MEDICAL AND PROSTHETIC RESEARCH

For an additional amount for “Medical and prosthetic research”, $53,974,000, to remain available until September 30, 1985.

VETERANS JOB TRAINING

For an additional amount for payment of expenses as authorized by the Emergency Veterans' Job Training Act of 1983 (Public Law 98–77), $75,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1986.

Ante, p. 443.

SHORT TITLE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1. (a) Titles I through XI of this Act may be cited as the "Domestic Housing and International Recovery and Financial Stability Act”.

(b) Titles I through V of this Act may be cited as the “Housing and Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983”.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sec. 1. Short title and table of contents.
TITLE I-COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND

CONSERVATION
PART A-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
Sec. 101. Low and moderate income benefit objective.
Sec. 102. Definitions.
Sec. 103. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 104. Statement of activities and review.
Sec. 105. Eligible activities.
Sec. 106. Allocation and distribution of funds.
Sec. 107. Discretionary fund.
Sec. 108. Guarantee of loans.
Sec. 109. Use of grants to settle outstanding urban renewal loans.
Sec. 110. Transition provisions.

Domestic Housing and International Recovery and Financial Stability Act. 12 USC 1701 note. Housing and Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983. 12 USC 1701 note.

97 STAT. 1156

PUBLIC LAW 98-181—NOV. 30, 1983

PART B-OTHER PROGRAMS
Sec. 121. Urban development action grants.
Sec. 122. Urban homesteading.
Sec. 123. Neighbɔrhood development demonstration.
Sec. 124. Rehabilitation loans.
Sec. 125. Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation.
Sec. 126. Repealers.

TITLE 11-HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Sec. 201. Allocation and use of assisted housing authority.
Sec. 202. Increase in single person occupancy limitation.
Sec. 203. Priority for housing assistance.
Sec. 204. Lease and grievance procedures.
Sec. 205. Reporting requirements.
Sec. 206. Amendments affecting tenant rents or contributions.
Sec. 207. Voucher demonstration.
Sec. 208. Renewal of section 8 contracts.
Sec. 209. Repeal of new construction authority.
Sec. 210. Single room occupancy housing.
Sec. 211. Shared housing for the elderly and handicapped.
Sec. 212. Payments for operation of lower income housing projects.
Sec. 213. Income eligibility:
Sec. 214. Demolition and disposition of public housing.
Sec. 215. Financing limitations.
Sec. 216. Emergency shelter program.
Sec. 217. Operating assistance for troubled multifamily housing projects.
Sec. 218. Section 236 assistance.
Sec. 219. Rent supplement program.
Sec. 220. Report regarding housing neighborhood strategy area program.
Sec. 221. Consideration of utility payments made by tenants in assisted housing.
Sec. 222. Public housing child care demonstration program.
Sec. 223. Housing for the elderly and handicapped.
Sec. 224. Congregate services.
Sec. 225. Demonstration project.
Sec. 226. Section 235 homeownership assistance.
Sec. 227. Pet ownership in assisted rental housing for the elderly or handicappen
TITLE III-RENTAL HOUSING REHABILITATION AND PRODUCTION

PROGRAM
Sec. 301. Rental rehabilitation and development grants.
Sec. 302. Conforming amendments to the Housing and Community Development

Act of 1974.
Sec. 303. Conforming amendments to the National Housing Act.

TITLE IV-PROGRAM AMENDMENTS AND EXTENSIONS
PART A-FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION MORTGAGE INSURANCE PROGRAMS

Subpart 1-General Authorities and Requirements
Sec. 401. Extension of mortgage insurance programs.
Sec. 402. Amount to be insured under the National Housing Act.
Sec. 403. Authorization of appropriations to cover losses to the General Insurancs

Fund.
Sec. 404. Elimination of requirement that Federal Housing Administration interest

rates be set by law. Sec. 405. Minimum property standards. Sec. 406. Time of payment of mortgage insurance premiums. Sec. 407. Mortgage insurance for American Samoa. Sec. 408. Assignment of section 221(gX4) mortgages to Government National Mort

gage Association. Sec. 409. Termination of section 221 buy-back provision.

Subpart 2–Single-Family Mortgage Insurance Programs Sec. 415. Title I insurance for existing manufactured homes. Sec. 416. Increased title I loan limits for manufactured homes and lots. Sec. 417. Refinancing manufactured homes under title I. Sec. 418. Counseling for persons assisted under temporary mortgage assistance pay

ments program. Sec. 419. Cooperative housing. Sec. 420. Mortgage insurance for condominium units.

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