Nevada Public Health and Safety

Sec. § 445A.265
Powers and duties of Division; limitations.


1.

The Division shall:

(a)

Use the money in the Account for the Revolving Fund and the Account for Set-Aside Programs for the purposes set forth in the Safe Drinking Water Act.

(b)

Determine whether public water systems which receive money or other assistance from the Account for the Revolving Fund or the Account for Set-Aside Programs comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act and regulations adopted pursuant thereto.

2.

The Division may:

(a)

Prepare and enter into required agreements with the Federal Government for the acceptance of grants of money for the Account for the Revolving Fund and the Account for Set-Aside Programs.

(b)

Bind itself to terms of the required agreements.

(c)

Accept grants made pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act.

(d)

Manage the Account for the Revolving Fund and the Account for Set-Aside Programs in accordance with the requirements and objectives of the Safe Drinking Water Act.

(e)

Provide services relating to management and administration of the Account for the Revolving Fund and the Account for Set-Aside Programs, including the preparation of any agreement, plan or report.

(f)

Perform, or cause to be performed by the Nevada Rural Water Association or other persons, agencies or organizations through interagency agreement, subgrant, contract or memorandum of understanding, set-aside programs pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 300j-12 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.

3.

The Division shall not:

(a)

Commit any money in the Account for the Revolving Fund for expenditure for the purposes set forth in NRS 445A.275; or

(b)

Establish the priorities for determining which public water systems will receive money or other assistance from the Account for the Revolving Fund,
Ê without obtaining the prior approval of the Board for financing water projects.
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