SECTION .0200 ‑ BASIS FOR GRANTING BLOCK GRANT FUNDS TO COUNTIES
10A NCAC 05G .0201 DEFINITIONS
(a) "County Block Grant Advisory Committee" means a committee, appointed annually by the Board of County Commissioners, that represents a broad range of aging interest in the county. The committee serves to build local consensus for the County Funding Plan and to function as a resource for the County Lead Agency for Planning and Coordination by obtaining input from service provider interests, and older consumers and their families. A representative of the Area Agency on Aging shall be appointed to the committee when the Area Agency on Aging is not designated as the County Lead Agency for Planning and Coordination, as specified in 10A NCAC 05G .0201(c).
(b) "County Funding Plan" means the format developed by the Division of Aging in which counties identify the County Lead Agency for Planning and Coordination, service providers, services, and budgetary data for the provision of Home and Community Care Block Grant for Older Adults services in the county during the State Fiscal Year.
(c) "County Lead Agency for Planning and Coordination" means a public or private non‑private agency or office which is designated annually by the Board of County Commissioners for the purpose of developing the County Funding Plan for the provision of services through the Block Grant. County Funding Plan development responsibilities include directing the work of the County Block Grant Advisory Committee, facilitating a public hearing for the County Funding Plan prior to submission to the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, and ensuring that the approved County Funding Plan meets all requirements as specified by the Division of Aging prior to submission for approval to the Area Agency on Aging.
History Note: Authority G.S. 143B‑181.1(a)(11); 143B‑181.1(c);
Eff. August 3, 1992;
Amended Eff. May 1, 1995;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. May 23, 2015.