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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1987

PUBLIC LAW 100-242—FEB. 5, 1988

101 STAT. 1935

"(i) from any city, urban county, or identifiable community described in subsection (p), that is eligible for assistance under this section; and "(ii) to the city, urban county, or identifiable community described in subsection (p), in which the project is located;



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"(B) an expansion of any such operation that results in a reduction of any such operation in any city, county, or community described in subparagraph (A)(i). "(3) SIGNIFICANT AND ADVERSE EFFECT.—The restrictions established in paragraph (2) shall not apply if the Secretary determines that the relocation or expansion does not significantly and adversely affect the employment or economic base of the city, county, or community from which the relocation or expansion occurs. "(4) APPEAL OF ADVERSE DETERMINATION.—Following notice of intent to withhold, deny, or cancel assistance under paragraph (1) or (2), the Secretary shall provide a period of not less than 90 days in which the applicant can appeal to the Secretary the withholding, denial, or cancellation of assistance. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, nothing in this section or in any legislative history related to the enactment of this section may be construed to permit an inference or conclusion that the policy of the Congress in the urban development action grant program is to facilitate the relocation of businesses from one area to another. "(5) ASSISTANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY PROHIBITED RELOCATIONS.—


"(A) Any amount withdrawn by, recaptured by, or paid to the Secretary due to a violation (or a settlement of an alleged violation) of this subsection (or of any regulation issued or contractual provision entered into to carry out this subsection) by a project with identified intended occupants shall be made ? available by the Secretary as a grant to the city, county, or community described in subsection (p), from which the operation of an industrial or commercial plant or facility or other business establishment relocated or in which the operation was reduced. "(B)(i) Any amount made available under this paragraph Employment shall be used by the grantee to assist individuals who were and employed by the operation involved prior to the relocation or unemployment, reduction and whose employment or terms of employment were adversely affected by the relocation or reduction. The assistance shall include job training, job retraining, and job placement. "(ii) If any amount made available to a grantee under this paragraph is more than is required to provide assistance under clause (i), the grantee shall use the excess amount to carry out community development activities eligible under section 105(a). "(C)(i) The provisions of this paragraph shall be applicable to any amount withdrawn by, recaptured by, or paid to the Secretary under this section, including any amount withdrawn, recaptured, or paid before the effective date of this paragraph. "(ii) Grants may be made under this paragraph only to the extent of amounts provided in appropriation Acts. "(6) DEFINITION.—For purposes of this subsection, the term 'operation' includes any plant, equipment, facility, position, employment opportunity, production capacity, or product line. (7) REGULATIONS.—Not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1987,