Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 5.djvu/990

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104 STAT. 4312 PUBLIC LAW 101-625—NOV. 28, 1990 receipts to the extent available to supplement funds for retrofit and supportive services under this section. (ii) The Secretary concerned shall provide 40 percent of the cost, with amounts under contracts under subsection (b). (iii) Fees under subsection (d)(7) shall provide 10 percent of the cost. (B) EXCEPTIONS. — (i) For any congregate services program that was receiving Eissistance under a contract under the Congregate Housing Services Act of 1978 on the date of the enactment of this Act, the unit of general local government or nonprofit housing sponsor, in coordination with a local government with respect to such program shall not be subject to the requirement to provide supplemental contributions under subparagraph (A)(i) (for such program) for the 3-year period beginning on the expiration of the contract for such assistance. The Secretary concerned shall require each such program to maintain, for such 3-year period, the same dollar amount of annual contributions in support of the services eligible for assistance under this section as were contributed to such program during the year preceding the date of the enactment of this Act. (ii) To the extent that the limitations under subsection (d)(7) regarding the percentage of income eligible residents may pay for services will result in collected fees for any congregate services program of less than 10 percent of the cost of providing the program, 50 percent of such remaining costs shall be provided by the recipient of amounts under the contract and 50 percent of such remaining costs shall be provided by the Secretary concerned under such contract. (C) ELIGIBLE SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRIBUTIONS.— If provided by the State, Indian tribe, unit of general local government, or local nonprofit housing sponsor, any salary paid to staff from governmental sources to carry out the program of the recipient and salary paid to residents employed by the program (other than from amounts under a contract under subsection (b)), and any other in-kind contributions from governmental sources shall be considered as supplemental contributions for purposes of meeting the supplemental contribution requirement under subparagraph (A)(i), except that the amount of in-kind contributions considered for purposes of fulfilling such contribution requirement may not exceed 10 percent of the total amount to be provided by the State, Indian tribe, local government, or local nonprofit housing sponsor. (D) PROHIBITION OF SUBSTITUTION OF FUNDS. —The Secretary concerned shall require each State, Indian tribe, unit of general local government, and local nonprofit housing sponsor, that receives assistance under this section to maintain the same dollar amount of annu£d contribution that such State, Indian tribe, local government, or sponsor was making, if any, in support of services eligible for assistance under this section before the date of the submission of the application for such assistance.