Citizen Participation

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Community Services Administration, 1978 - 140 pages

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Page 51 - Its basic purpose is to stimulate a better focusing of all available local, State, private, and Federal resources upon the goal of enabling low-income families, and low-income individuals of all ages, in rural and urban areas, to attain the skills, knowledge, and motivations and secure the opportunities needed for them to become fully self-sufficient.
Page 87 - In order to stimulate and promote the development and operation of new imaginative elementary and secondary school programs designed to meet the special educational needs of children of limited English-speaking ability who...
Page 63 - Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, any person may commence a civil action on his own behalf — (1) against any person (including (i) the United States, and (ii) any other governmental instrumentality or agency...
Page 120 - Endowment, the humanities include, but are not limited to, the following fields: history, philosophy, languages, literature, linguistics, archaeology, jurisprudence, history and criticism of the arts, ethics, comparative religion, and those aspects of the social sciences employing historical or philosophical approaches.
Page 116 - Act to provide job training and employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged, unemployed, and underemployed persons, and to assure that training and other services lead to maximum employment opportunities and enhance self-sufficiency by establishing a flexible and decentralized system of Federal, State, and local programs.
Page 91 - State agency that will assure effective participation of actual or potential consumers of services under this program in the implementation of the State plan at the State and local levels. These procedures shall provide for periodic public hearings on concerns of the elderly in the State with adequate public notice for such hearings. (c) Advisory committee.— The State plan shall provide for the establishment of an advisory committee to the Governor, the State agency, and the single organizational...
Page 47 - In order to fulfill the requirement contained in section 306(c)(3), the management program must show evidence that the State has held public hearings during the development of the management program following not less than 30 days notification, that all documents associated with the hearings are conveniently available to the public for review and study at least 30 days prior to the hearing, that the hearings are held in places and at times convenient to affected populations, that all citizens of...
Page 128 - States and local public bodies and agencies thereof in financing the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, and improvement of facilities and equipment for use, by operation or lease or otherwise, in mass transportation service in urban areas and in coordinating such service with highway and other transportation in such areas.
Page 71 - The funds requested support the salary and related costs of the staff who administer the programs authorized by the Community Mental Health Centers Act, and the Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Act of 1970.
Page 92 - ... provide public forums for discussing and publicizing the problems and needs of the aging and obtaining information relating thereto by conducting public hearings, and by conducting or sponsoring conferences, workshops, and other such meetings.

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