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PUBLIC LAW 101-645—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4687 "(C) Child care services provided with respect to a child care services program assisted under this paragraph shall meet any applicable State and local laws and regulations. A project sponsor may receive assistance under both paragraphs (l)and(2). "(c) PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. — "(1) REQUIRED AGREEMENTS.— A grantee may approve assistance for a project under this section only if the project sponsor has agreed— "(A) to operate the proposed project as transitional housing for not less than 10 years, except that in the case of any leased property receiAdng assistance under this subtitle other than for lease of the property, assurances under this paragraph shall be made annually that the project will be operated to assist homeless individuals for such year; "(B) to conduct an ongoing sissessment of the supportive services required by the residents of the project; "(C) to provide such residential supervision as the Secretary determines is necessary to facilitate the adequate provision of supportive services to the residents of the project; "(D) to comply with such other terms and conditions as the Secretary or grantee may establish for purposes of carrying out this program in an effective and efficient manner. "(2) OCCUPANT RENT. —Each homeless person residing in a facility assisted under this section shall pay as rent an amount determined in accordance with the provisions of section 3(a) of the United States Housing Act of 1937. "(3) ALTERNATIVE USE. — A project may continue to be treated as trsmsitional housing for purposes of this subsection if the grantee determines that such project is no longer needed for use as transitional housing and approves the use of such project for the direct benefit of very low-income families. "SEC. 414. PERMANENT HOUSING FOR HOMELESS PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. "(a) DEFINITION.—A project shall be considered 'permanent housing for homeless persons with disabilities' if it provides community- based long-term housing and supportive services for not more than 8 homeless persons with disabilities (or 16 such persons, but only if not more than 20 percent of the units in a project are designated for such persons). The Secretary may waive the limitation contained in the preceding sentence if the grantee demonstrates that local market conditions dictate the development of a larger project. "(b) PROJECT DESIGN AND SITING.— Each project assisted under this subtitle shall be either a home designed solely for housing persons with disabilities or dwelling units in a multifamily housing project, condominium project, or cooperative project. Not more than 1 home may be located on any 1 site and no such home may be located on a site contiguous to another site containing such a home. "(c) TYPES OF ASSISTANCE.— A grantee may provide the following Grant programs, assistance to a project sponsor of permanent housing for homeless persons with disabilities: "(1) A grant for the cost of acquisition, substantial rehabilitation, or acquisition and rehabilitation of an existing structure for use as permanent housing for homeless persons with disabil-