Connecticut Laws - Title 32 Commerce And Economic And Community Development
CHAPTER 588n* CREDIT, JOBS, CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND TAX INCREMENTAL FINANCING PROGRAMS
Sec. 32-267. Grants to regional corporations for regional revolving loan funds or participating agreements with small business lending corporations.

Sec. 32-267. Grants to regional corporations for regional revolving loan funds or participating agreements with small business lending corporations. (1690)(1-click HTML)

The state, acting through the authority, shall provide grants to not more than four regional corporations for the purpose of establishing regional revolving loan funds or entering into participating agreements with small business lending corporations licensed by the Small Business Administration. Any such grant to establish a regional revolving loan fund shall be used by the regional corporation to provide financial assistance to eligible projects upon certification to and acceptance by the authority that such assistance complies with the provisions of sections 32-271 to 32-284, inclusive. The regional corporation may use not more than twenty per cent, not exceeding in the aggregate one hundred thousand dollars, of the amount received as a grant under this section to fund operating expenses of such regional corporation. (1691)

  

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