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Demonstration cities and metropolitan development act of 1966, Public law 89-754

United States

Demonstration cities and metropolitan development act of 1966, Public law 89-754

together with a brief summary, section-by-section analysis, legislative history, and conference report.

by United States

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • City planning and redevelopment law -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Currency.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF5724.529 .A2 1966
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 84 p.
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5560633M
      LC Control Number67060183

      Section of the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of , Public Law 89– (PL 89–), (80 Stat. , ), as amended, authorizes the Secretary of Defense to provide financial aid to eligible military (including Coast Guard), civilian, certain overseas employees, and nonappropriated fund employee homeown-. Department of Housing and Urban Development Act, Public Law (9/9/65) Establishes the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of , Public Law (11/4/66) Authorizes grants and technical assistance to cities for planning and carrying out local model cities programs.

        Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of , PL , as amended. B. Section of the Clean Air Act and Section of the Clean Water Act, including Executive Order , Administration of the Clean Air Act and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act with Respect to Federal Contracts, Grants or Loans. The Model Cities Program was authorized November 3, by the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of It was part of President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society and War on Poverty initiatives. The Model Cities Program was developed in response to concerns about urban violence and ineffective urban renewal programs.

      (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, any housing authority police force which existed prior to October 1, , pursuant to Title 1 of Public Law , 80 Stat. , the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of , and which, for any reason, does not constitute a housing authority police force pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. Note: The President spoke at p.m. in the East Room at the White House. As enacted, the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of is Public Law (80 Stat. ), and the Clean Water Restoration Act of is Public Law (80 Stat. ).


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Demonstration cities and metropolitan development act of 1966, Public law 89-754 by United States Download PDF EPUB FB2

Public Law AN ACT November 3, To assist comprehensive city demonstration programs for rebuilding slum and 1^^- ^^^^^ blighted areas and for providing the public facilities and services necessary to improve the general welfare of the people who live in those areas, to assist and encourage planned metropolitan development, and for.

The Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of was enacted by the United States Congress to guarantee that federal grants were being spent on set projects in urban redevelopment.

It was enacted as a broad urban planning program meant to revitalize cities and improve the welfare of people living in underdeveloped neighborhoods.

90 rows  One, a reference to a Public Law number, is a link to the bill as it was originally passed by. Get this from a library. Demonstration cities and metropolitan development act of 1966 Cities and Metropolitan Development Act ofPublic law together with a brief summary, section-by-section analysis, legislative history, and conference report.

[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Currency.; United States.;]. Demonstration cities and metropolitan development act ofPublic law together with a brief summary, section-by-section analysis, legislative history, and conference report.

The Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of was enacted as a broad urban planning program meant to revitalize cities and improve the welfare of people living in slums and blighted neighborhoods.

Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act What was the success rate. Criticism Critics of the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act were mostly all black. They stated the act did help in some ways, possibly in urban renewal, but at the same time forced.

In United States: The Great Society The Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Area Redevelopment Act of provided aid to cities rebuilding blighted areas. Other measures dealt with mass transit, truth in packaging and lending, beautification, conservation, water and air.

Planning review of federal program grant application. All applications for federal program grants affecting regional planning, coordination and development, including programs under Section of the United States Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act ofPublic Lawand the United States Intergovernmental Cooperation Act ofPublic Lawand the.

Section of Public Law 89 -“Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of ” (aj) General Services Administration Form“Request for Transfer of Excess Real and Related Personal Property” (ak).

In response to the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act ofTittle IV of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act ofand the Office of Management and Budget Circular A ofmetropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) or Councils of Government (COGs) were set up to coordinate regional planning and, development.

House Vote # in (89 th Congress) This vote was related to S. (89th): An Act to assist comprehensive city demonstration programs for rebuilding slum and blighted areas and for providing the public facilities and services necessary to improve the general welfare of the people who live in those areas, to assis.

While the planning committee was in its early stages of delibera- tion, Congress passed the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of (Public Law ), commonly referred to as the Model Cities legislation.

(c) The commissioner may make advances and grants from the fund to any municipality for the preparation and submission by any municipality of an initial application or any amendments or supplements thereto for a planning grant under Title I of Public Law (The Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of ).

Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of. (Public Law ), commonly. referred. to as the Model Cities legislation. It occurred to the planning commit-tee that in. calling for educational components in Model City areas, this legislation was.

encouraging the establishment of. Senate Vote # in (89 th Congress) This vote was related to S. (89th): An Act to assist comprehensive city demonstration programs for rebuilding slum and blighted areas and for providing the public facilities and services necessary to improve the general welfare of the people who live in those areas, to assis.

(b) Any dwelling unit constructed under the following sections of the National Housing Act (Public Law ) as amended and supplemented: section (d)(3) as added to by the Housing Act of (P.L. ) and as subsequently amended; section as added to by the Housing and Urban Development Act of (P.L.

) and as subsequently. Metropolitan ACT Team 1. Metropolitan ACT is a multidisciplinary, recovery oriented team, which provides in home treatment to individuals diagnosed with a serious mental illness.

ACT is designed for individuals who are not able to have their needs met in traditional outpatient settings.

Cooperation Act ofas amended and section of the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act ofas amended. (b) These regulations are intended to foster an intergovernm ental partnership and a strengthened federalism by relying.

For use in the Homeowners Assistance Fund established pursuant to section (d) of the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of (Public Lawas amended), $1, 42 USC.

Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act ofPLas amended; 42 USC Drug Free Workplace Act, PL41 USC Ch. 81 Lobbying Regulation, Section of PL31 USC (c) Section of Public Law"Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of ," as amended (80 Stat.

and ) A. REISSUANCE AND PURPOSE This Directive: 1. Reissues reference (a). 2. Replaces reference (b). 3. Continues .(f) The term “ local public agency ” shall mean any agency authorized by a municipality, or by one or more municipalities acting jointly pursuant to law, to undertake a redevelopment project either in accordance with chapter of the laws of1 as amended and supplemented or chapter of the laws ofas amended and supplemented.