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«INITIAL STATEMENT OF REASONS SCHOOL FACILITY PROGRAM REGULATIONS Section 1859.2. Definitions. Specific Purpose of the Regulation To provide the ...»

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Subsection (b): This subsection was necessary to state that CSFP rehabilitation projects may receive an Excessive Cost Hardship grant for small size projects.

Subsection (b)(1): This subsection was necessary to describe the requirements for the small size project grant, and to clarify that the small size project grant is calculated by increasing the Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation Grant by the applicable percentage. This language is similar to the corresponding regulation for modernization and new construction projects, but with additional clarification of how to determine classroom capacity.

Subsection (b)(2): This subsection was necessary to describe the requirements for the small size project grant, and to clarify that the small size project grant is calculated by increasing the Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation Grant by the applicable percentage. This language is similar to the corresponding regulation for modernization and new construction projects, but with additional clarification of how to determine classroom capacity.

Subsection (c): This subsection was necessary to state that CSFP rehabilitation projects may receive an Excessive Cost Hardship grant for Urban Location, Security Requirements and Impacted Site.

Subsection (c)(1): This subsection was necessary to state the requirement for qualifying for an Excessive Cost Hardship grant for Urban Location, Security Requirements and Impacted Site.

Subsection (c)(2): This subsection was necessary to state that the grant is to be calculated by increasing the Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation Grant by the percentage calculated in this subsection.

Subsection (d): This subsection was necessary to state that CSFP rehabilitation projects may receive an Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements.

Subsection (d)(1): This subsection was necessary to set forth the calculation for the Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements. This subsection clarifies that the grant under this option is calculated by increasing the Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation Grant by three percent.

Subsection (d)(2): This subsection was necessary to set forth a second option for calculating the Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements that is aligned with the requirements of the Education Code [Education Code Section 17078.54(d)].

Previously, the regulations for modernization projects, which provided an amount based on a 60 percent state share and 40 percent local matching share basis, were also used to provide this grant to CSFP projects, but the Education Code requires CSFP grants to be on a 50 percent state share and a 50 percent local share basis. It was also necessary to state there is a cap on the grant.

Subsection (d)(2)(A): This subsection was necessary to clarify the method of calculating the project’s classroom capacity. Because CSFP rehabilitation projects are not funded on a perpupil grant basis, it is not possible to determine project capacity by using the amount of pupil grants requested as would be done with modernization projects.

Subsection (d)(2)(B): This subsection was necessary to clarify the calculation of the eligible costs for minimum accessibility and fire code work necessary to receive approval from the Division of the State Architect. Consistent with the accessibility and fire code Excessive Cost Hardship grant for modernization projects, the eligible costs are reduced by seven percent of the state and district share of the Modernization Grant that would be provided for the pupil capacity of the project because this percentage of the grant was originally intended for accessibility and fire code work.

Subsection (d)(2)(C): This subsection was necessary to clarify the calculation of the cap on this option of the Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements. Consistent with the regulation for accessibility and fire code Excessive Cost Hardship grant for modernization projects, this cap limits this option of the grant to the difference between the state share of the New Construction Grant for the capacity of the project and the state and district share of the Modernization grant for the capacity of the project.

Subsection (d)(2)(C)1: This subsection was necessary to clarify the calculation of one of the amounts used to determine the cap on this option the Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements. Consistent with the regulation for accessibility and fire code Excessive Cost Hardship grant for modernization projects, this amount represents the New Construction Grant multiplied by the pupil capacity of the project.

Subsection (d)(2)(C)2: This subsection was necessary to clarify the calculation of one of the amounts used to determine the cap on this option the Excessive Cost Hardship grant for handicapped accessibility and fire code requirements. Consistent with the regulation for accessibility and fire code Excessive Cost Hardship grant for modernization projects, this amount represents the state and district share of the Modernization Grant, but clarifies that the state and district share Modernization Grant is to be multiplied by the project’s classroom capacity. The clarification is necessary because CSFP rehabilitation projects are not funded on a per-pupil grant basis, and it is not possible to determine project capacity by using the amount of pupil grants requested as would be done with modernization projects.





Subsection (d)(3): This subsection was necessary to clarify the appropriate grant amount for new two-stop elevators in Final Charter School Rehabilitation Apportionment projects that will be aligned with the requirements of the Education Code [Education Code Section 17078.54(d)].

Previously, the regulations for modernization grants were used, which provided an amount based on a 60 percent state share and 40 percent local matching share basis, but the Education Code requires CSFP grants to be on a 50 percent state share and a 50 percent local share basis.

Subsection (d)(4): This subsection was necessary to clarify the appropriate grant amount for each additional stop for elevators beyond two stops in Final Charter School Rehabilitation Apportionment projects that will be aligned with the requirements of the Education Code [Education Code Section 17078.54(d)]. Previously, the regulations for modernization grants were used, which provided an amount based on a 60 percent state share and 40 percent local matching share basis, but the Education Code requires CSFP grants to be on a 50 percent state share and a 50 percent local share basis.

Section 1859.167.4. Preliminary Apportionment Rescissions.

Specific Purpose of the Regulation To renumber this section and make minor non-substantive changes.

Need for the Regulation It was necessary to renumber Section “1859.167.2” as “1859.167.4” because this regulatory action added new regulation sections that renumber this Section in order to maintain the sequential numbering of the SFP Regulations. It was also necessary to make minor nonsubstantive capitalization changes of the words “Preliminary Charter School Apportionments” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Section 1859.167.5. Use of the Unrestricted Charter School Funds.

Specific Purpose of the Regulation To renumber this section.

Need for the Regulation It was necessary to renumber Section “1859.167.3” as “1859.167.5” because this regulatory action added new regulation sections that renumber this Section in order to maintain the sequential numbering of the SFP Regulations.

Section 1859.168. Preliminary Charter School Apportionment Matching Share Requirement.

Specific Purpose of the Regulation To make a non-substantive change.

Need for the Regulation It was necessary to make a minor non-substantive change replacing the word “Charter School” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. This regulatory amendment allows both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Section 1859.171. Use of Facility.

Specific Purpose of the Regulation To make non-substantive changes.

Need for the Regulation It was necessary to make minor non-substantive changes by capitalizing the first letters in the words “Charter School,” and to replace the words “Charter School” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Section 1859.172. Title to Project Facilities.

Specific Purpose of the Regulation To make non-substantive changes.

Need for the Regulation It was necessary to make minor non-substantive changes by capitalizing the first letters in the words “Charter School,” and to replace “a” with “an,” and to replace the words “charter school” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

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Application for Funding, Form SAB 50-04 (Revised 05/1314).

Specific Purpose of the Form  To bring current the latest revision date for this Form from “05/13” to “05/14.”  To add a new general information paragraph 8 setting forth document submittal requirements for Final Charter School Apportionment for CSFP rehabilitation projects.

 To divide into two separate sections the specific instructions for Modernization additional grant requests, and Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation additional grant requests and excessive cost hardship requests.

 To divide into two separate sections the form data fields for Modernization additional grant requests, and Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation additional grant requests and excessive cost hardship requests.

 Following newly-inserted paragraphs and sections, to renumber existing paragraphs and sections in order to maintain the sequential numbering for purposes of this Form.

 To make non-substantive changes.

Need for the Form Form Heading, all pages: It was necessary to update the revision date of this Form SAB 50-04 for the consistency of the SAB’s forms and regulations, and so that applicants to the School Facility Program can identify the latest version of the Form to file.

Page 1, General Information, second column, Section 7: It was necessary to number as “7” the unnumbered paragraph following section 6 to distinguish it from the subject matter of section 6. This is a non-substantive change to facilitate the reading and understanding of this Form.

Page 2, General Information, first column, new Section 8: It was necessary to add new section 8 to list the document submittal requirements for applications for Final Charter School Apportionment for CSFP rehabilitation projects. It was preferable to set forth these requirements separately from Modernization applications (described in preceding section 6) because there are some differences between the two types of projects. This new paragraph will save processing time by helping applicants to identify and submit complete supporting documents for this type of application. Each of the listed supporting documents is necessary to ensure that state school facility bond funds are approved only for projects that meet the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, column 2, Section 1, last sentence (above section 2): It was necessary to make non-substantive changes by renumbering section numbers listed in the text to reflect the new sequential numbering in the Form caused by this regulatory action.

Page 3, Specific Instructions, column 1, Section 2a., new last sentence: It was necessary to add a sentence advising applicants for CSFP rehabilitation projects to not submit numbers of pupils for this section because that data is not needed for this section. This is a non-substantive clarification to facilitate completing the Form.

Page 3, Specific Instructions, column 1, Section 2g.: It was necessary to make a nonsubstantive text change to fully identify a category of applications as “Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation” rather than simply “rehabilitation.” Using the full terminology for this category of applications helps the reading and understanding of the Form.

Page 4, Specific Instructions, column 1, Section 6, 6a., 6c., and 6d.: It was necessary to delete from this section the references to applications for Charter School Facilities Program rehabilitation because the Specific Instructions for that category of applications are now stated in a new and separate Section 8. It will improve the reading and understanding of this Form to describe Modernization separately from Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation.

Page 4, Specific Instructions, column 1, Section 6b.: It was necessary to correct the use of a word from “efficiently” to “efficiency.” Page 4, Specific Instructions, column 1, Section 7: It was necessary to delete one reference to applications for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation because the Specific Instructions for that category of applications are now stated in a new and separate Section 8. It will improve the reading and understanding of this Form to describe Modernization separately from Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation.

Page 4, Specific Instructions, column 2, new Section 8: It was necessary in this new section to describe applications for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation – Additional Grant and Excessive Cost Hardship Request, separate from Modernization Additional Grant Request in Section 6. Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation funding has some different

characteristics from Modernization funding that justify describing it under its own section:



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