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Title 18 : Health

Chapter 038 : LEAD POISONING PREVENTION

(Cite as: 18 V.S.A. § 1763)
  •  [Section 1763 effective until occurrence of contingency; see also contingent amendment to section 1763 .]

    § 1763. Public financial assistance; rental target housing and child care facilities

    Every State agency or instrumentality that makes a commitment to provide public financial assistance for the purchase or rehabilitation of rental target housing or child care facilities shall give priority to projects in which the property is lead free, or lead-based paint hazards have been or will be identified and controlled and have passed or will pass an independent dust clearance test that determines that the property contains no lead-contaminated dust prior to occupancy or use. Priority rental target housing projects may include units occupied by severely lead-poisoned children and units in a building that are likely to contain lead-based paint hazards. For purposes of this section, "public financial assistance" means any grant, loan, or allocation of tax credits funded by the State or the federal government, or any of their agencies or instrumentalities. (Added 1995, No. 165 (Adj. Sess.), § 10.)

  •  [Contingent amendments to section 1763; see also section 1763 effective until occurrence of contingency .]

    § 1763. Public financial assistance; rental target housing and child care facilities

    Every State agency or instrumentality that makes a commitment to provide public financial assistance for the purchase or rehabilitation of rental target housing or child care facilities shall give priority to projects in which the property is exempt pursuant to subsection 1759(e) of this chapter or lead hazards have been or will be identified and controlled and have passed or will pass an independent dust clearance test that determines that the property contains no lead-contaminated dust prior to occupancy or use. Priority rental target housing projects may include units occupied by severely lead-poisoned children and units in a building that are likely to contain lead hazards. As used in this section, "public financial assistance" means any grant, loan, or allocation of tax credits funded by the State or the federal government or any of their agencies or instrumentalities. (Added 1995, No. 165 (Adj. Sess.), § 10; amended 2017, No. 149 (Adj. Sess.), § 2.)