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     1-16G-8.   Promulgation of rules. The Board of Economic Development shall promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 concerning the following:
             (1)      The existing barriers to economic growth and development in the state;
             (2)      Developing investment in research and development in high technology industries;
             (3)      The submission of business plans prior to the approval of economic development grants or loans. Business plans shall include the products or services to be offered by the applicant, job descriptions with attendant salary or wage information by job category, educational requirements by job category, methods of accounting, financing other than that provided by the economic development loan, and marketing, sales, merchandising, and other disciplines proposed to be used for business growth and expansion;
             (4)      The cooperation between agencies of state government and applicant businesses for nonfinancial services including loan packaging, marketing assistance, research assistance, and assistance with finding solutions for complying with environmental, energy, health, safety, and other federal, state, and local laws and regulations;
             (5)      Regular performance monitoring and reporting systems for participating businesses to assure compliance with their business plans and terms of repayment;
             (6)      Establish eligibility criteria for grants and loans;
             (7)      Establish application procedures for grants and loans;
             (8)      Establish criteria to determine which applicants will receive grants or loans;
             (9)      Govern the use of proceeds of grants and loans;
             (10)      Establish criteria for the terms and conditions upon which loans shall be made, including matching requirements, interest rates, repayment terms, and the terms of security given to secure such loans; and
             (11)      Establish criteria for the terms and conditions upon which grants shall be made, including permitted uses, performance criteria, and matching requirements.

Source: SL 1987, ch 98, § 15; SL 1988, ch 16; SDCL § 1-42-26; SL 2007, ch 5, § 3; SL 2009, ch 1, § 17.


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