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My Project

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Christine Frost

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J.C. Cleveland Federal Building, Suite 1201
53 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
603-369-3001
admin@nbrc.gov

NBRC From 2010 to 2017
What can be used as match?
New Distress Criteria
Scoring Metric
Dates
Definition of 'infrastructure'

Road to a Successful Project
Funded by Northern Border Regional Commission
Questions?
2018 Economic & Infrastructure Development Investment Program

Established 2008
Partnership between the Federal Government and the States of Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont
Economic & Infrastructure Development Investment Program is one program within the Commission
Maximum award amount $500,000 for infrastructure projects - $250,000 for other projects
Applications Due May 11, 2018
$38,317,000 Awarded to 152 projects
$82,000,000 Match funds committed (1:2.5 ratio) (1:3 goal)
Dashboard info
New Hampshire:
Carroll, Coos, Grafton, and Sullivan
Maine:
Adroscoggin, Aroostook, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset and Washington
New York:
Cayuga, Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Oswego and St. Lawrence
Vermont:
Caledonia, Essex, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, and Orleans
Who is eligible?
State and Local Governments - including villages, towns, cities, and counties
Other political subdivisions - e.g. Regional Planning Commissions
Native Indian Tribes
Non-profit entities with a Federal 501 (c) status


Past recipients are eligible if they have completed 75% of their past project(s).
What are NOT eligible uses?
Bricks and Mortar
Training and Education
And items that are necessary for implementation of a project
pass-thru funds
projects that relocate businesses from one area of the region to another
supplant existing Federal Programs
projects that promote unfair competition between businesses with the same service area
What are eligible uses?
Who is NOT eligible?
For - Profit Entities
LLC's or other entities that are not a 501 (c)
Any 'eligible' entity that is ineligible due to past history with administering federal funds
Are Past Recipients Eligible?
The entity has submitted reimbursement requests totaling at least 75% of the current project, and;
the entity has demonstrated that at least 75% of committed match has been completed by July 26, 2018.
*Transportation Infrastructure
*Telecommunication Infrastructure
*Basic Public Infrastructure
Business and Workforce Development
Basic Health Care
Resource Conservation, Tourism and Recreation
Renewable and Alternative Energy
Studies and planning such as engineering

(* Indicates infrastructure projects)
Eligible Costs
Ineligible Costs
Food and beverages for meetings
Alcohol
Entertainment
Appraisal costs
Allowance or payment of debt
Federal Ceiling
Yes, NBRC funding can be used to match other Federal Funding programs HOWEVER, it can only be used to match up to 80% of the total project costs.
Eligibility Criteria
Distressed - 80% NBRC/ 20% Applicant Match (green)
Transitional - 50% NBRC / 50% Applicant Match (tan)
Multi-State Applications Are Encouraged
Must be Identified in the Application
Match is determined by averaging all Counties that the project takes place in.

Multi-County Applications Are Encourage
Match is determined by averaging all Counties that the project takes place in.
Indirect Rate
Volunteer Time
Municipal Force Accounts
In-Kind
Land/Easements

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What has changed since last Year?

When can we start our project?
The following items need to be in place before any work may begin
Receive a Notice to Proceed from NBRC

Have all match known and documented by September 30, 2019

Complete any other 'Notice to Proceed' issues listed within the Grant Agreement
Are you Prepared to Submit an Application for 2018?

All Match must be secured by September 30, 2019
You must be an eligible entity - yes, any co-applicant must also be an eligible entity
Do you have a clear scope of work?
Do you have a budget that has been vetting by someone who knows what costs you will incur?
Will you have ownership/control over the property in which you are proposing to do work?
If you are currently in the middle of a project, NBRC may not be the best fit for your project - you should get clarity on this prior to applying.
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