State Historic Preservation Office
Guidelines for North Carolina's Certified Local Government Program*
VII. Historic Preservation Fund Grants to Certified Local Governments
C. Conditions of Grant Awards

CLGs receiving HPF grants from the CLG share of the North Carolina HPF appropriation shall be considered subgrantees of the state. Therefore, conditions associated with the HPF award must be passed on to local governments. The HPO is prepared to provide assistance to CLGs in developing grant applications which meet these conditions. These include:

  1. An executed subgrant agreement between the state and CLG which specifies requirements of the CLG program.

  2. The use of CLG funds for activities that are eligible for HPF assistance and consistent with the state's comprehensive historic preservation planning process.

  3. Charging indirect costs as part of the CLG grant only if the CLG subgrantee meets the requirements of the HPF Manual. (Unless the CLG has a current indirect cost rate approved by the cognizant federal agency, only direct costs may be charged.)
* Reproduced for the City of Washington Department of Planning and Development Website from the January 1992 revision of this document.
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