Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 5.djvu/978

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104 STAT. 4300 PUBLIC LAW 101-625—NOV. 28, 1990 cost-effectiveness or operation of the program or add significantly to the need for assistance under this Act. "(2) LOCAL COORDINATION OF SERVICES. —The Secretary shall ensure that owners have the managerial capacity to— "(A) assess on an ongoing basis the service needs of residents; "(B) coordinate the provision of supportive services and tailor such services to the individual needs of residents; and "(C) seek on a continuous basis new sources of assistance to ensure the long-term provision of supportive services. Any cost associated with this subsection shall be an eligible cost under subsection (c)(2). Any cost associated with the employ- ment of a service coordinator in housing principally serving frail elderly persons shall also be an eligible cost except where the project is receiving congregate housing services assistance under section 802 of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act. \ "(h) DEVELOPMENT COST LIMITATIONS. — Federal " (1) IN GENERAL. —The Secretary shall periodically establish ^hi^*^t' development cost limitations by market area for various types publica ion. ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ supportive housing for the elderly by publishing a notice of the cost limitations in the Federal Register. The cost limitations shall reflect— "(A) the cost of construction, reconstruction, or rehabilitation of supportive housing for the elderly that meets applicable State and local housing and building codes; "(B) the cost of movables necessary to the basic operation of the housing, as determined by the Secretary; "(C) the cost of special design features necessary to make the housing accessible to elderly persons; "(D) the cost of special design features necessary to make individual dwelling units meet the physical needs of elderly project residents; "(E) the cost of congregate space necessary to accommodate the provision of supportive services to elderly project residents; "(F) if the housing is newly constructed, the cost of meeting the energy efficiency standards promulgated by the Secretary in accordance with section 109 of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act; and "(G) the cost of land, including necessary site improvement. In establishing development cost limitations for a given market area under this subsection, the Secretary shall use data that reflect currently prevailing costs of construction, reconstruction, or rehabilitation, and land acquisition in the area. For purposes of this paragraph, the term 'congregate space' shall include space for cafeterias or dining halls, community rooms or buildings, workshops, adult day health facilities, or other outpatient health facilities, or other essential service facilities. "(2) RTC PROPERTIES. —In the case of existing housing and related facilities to be acquired from the Resolution Trust Corporation under section 21A(c) of the Federal Home Loan Bank Act, the cost limitations shall include— "(A) the cost of acquiring such housing,