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(b) .—A State may choose to include within the scope of the State's declaration of intent any program for which Congress makes funds available to the State if the program is for a purpose described in the Elementary and Education Secondary Act of 1965 (20 U. Such amendments shall be submitted to the Secretary and considered by the Secretary in accordance with subsection (e).(2) .—A declaration of intent that is in effect may be amended to—(A) expand the scope of such declaration of intent to encompass additional eligible programs;(B) reduce the scope of such declaration of intent by excluding coverage of a Federal program included in the original declaration of intent;(C) modify the duration of such declaration of intent; or(D) achieve such other modifications as the State Authorizing Officials deem appropriate.(3) .—The amendment shall specify an effective date.
Under existing law, the Barry Keene Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Trust Fund Act of 1989, every owner of an underground storage tank is required to pay a storage fee for each gallon of petroleum placed in the tank.
Unfortunately, the records of Guild serial numbers prior to 1960 are somewhat sketchy, and so we are unable to assure the accuracy of dating before that time.
The following chart, however, details the best information we have for the approximate last serial numbers produced in each given year before 1960.
Existing law requires the report to be posted on the board’s Internet Web site and updated periodically.
The Underground Storage Tank Maintenance Fee Law authorizes the State Board of Equalization to extend the time, for up to one month for good cause and up to 3 months in the case of a disaster, for a taxpayer to submit a report or pay a sum of money pursuant to that law.
Whether you enjoy historic sites and museums or strenuous outdoor activities, you will have a great time exploring the area attractions.
(This measure has not been amended since the Senate agreed to the House amendment with an amendment on September 30, 2015.
The summary of that version is repeated here.) Highlights: This bill provides continuing FY2016 appropriations to federal agencies until December 11, 2015, or the enactment of specified appropriations legislation.
It is known as a continuing resolution (CR) and prevents a government shutdown that would otherwise occur when FY2016 begins on October 1, 2015, because none of the twelve FY2016 regular appropriations bills that fund the federal government have been enacted.
(6) .—The term “State Designated Officer” means the person designated by the State Authorizing Officials to submit to the Secretary, on behalf of the State, a declaration of intent, and any amendments thereto, and to function as the point-of-contact for the State for the Secretary and others relating to any responsibilities arising under this Act. A State may not include any program funded pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U. (c) .—Each declaration of intent shall contain—(1) a list of eligible programs that are subject to the declaration of intent;(2) an assurance that the submission of the declaration of intent has been authorized by the State Authorizing Officials, specifying the identity of the State Designated Officer;(3) the duration of the declaration of intent;(4) an assurance that the State will use fiscal control and fund accounting procedures;(5) an assurance that the State will meet the requirements of applicable Federal civil rights laws in carrying out the declaration of intent and in consolidating and using the funds under the declaration of intent;(6) an assurance that in implementing the declaration of intent the State will seek to advance educational opportunities for the disadvantaged;(7) a description of the plan for maintaining direct accountability to parents and other citizens of the State; and(8) an assurance that in implementing the declaration of intent, the State will seek to use Federal funds to supplement, rather than supplant, State education funding.
.—Each State is authorized to submit to the Secretary a declaration of intent permitting the State to receive Federal funds on a consolidated basis to manage the expenditure of such funds to advance the educational policy of the State. (d) .—The Secretary shall review the declaration of intent received from the State Designated Officer not more than 60 days after the date of receipt of such declaration, and shall recognize such declaration of intent unless the declaration of intent fails to meet the requirements under subsection (c).(2) .—The State Authorizing Officials may direct the State Designated Officer to submit amendments to a declaration of intent that is in effect.
(4) .—The term “State Authorizing Officials” means the State officials who shall authorize the submission of a declaration of intent, and any amendments thereto, on behalf of the State.