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[82 STAT. 526]
[82 STAT. 526]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968


PUBLIC LAW 90-448-AUG. 1, 1968

[82 STAT.


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SEC. 516. Section 114(c) of the Housing Act of 1949 is amended— (1) by striking out the first sentence of paragraph (2) and inserting in lieu thereof the following: In addition to any amount under paragraph (1), a local public agency may pay to or on behalf of any displaced family, displaced individual sixtytwo years of age or over, or displaced handicapped individual, monthly payments over a period not to exceed twenty-four months in an amount not to exceed $500 in the first twelve months and $500 in the second twelve months to assist such displaced family or individual to secure a decent, safe, and sanitary dwelling."; (2) by striking out "relocation adjustment" in the second sentence of paragraph (2) and inserting in lieu thereof "additional"'; (8) by striking out the second proviso in paragraph (2) and inserting in lieu thereof the following: ": Provided further, That additional payments under this paragraph may be paid on a lump sum or other than monthly basis in cases in which the small size of the payments that would otherwise be required do not warrant a number of separate payments or in other cases in which other than monthly payments are determined warranted by the Secretary: And provided further. That no payment received under this paragraph shall be considered as income for the purpose of determining the eligibility or the extent of eligibility of any per^^^ ^^^ assistance under the Social Security Act or any other Federal Act"; and (4) by inserting a new paragraph (8) as follows: "(3) In addition to any amount under paragraph (1), a local public agency may make a payment to a displaced family or individual, who does not receive the additional payment authorized under paragraph (2) and who is the owner of real property which is acquired for a project assisted under this title and which is improved by a single- or two-family dwelling occupied by the owner for a period of not less than one year prior to the initiation of negotiations for the acquisition of such property. Such payment, not to exceed $5,000, shall be an amount which, when added to the acquisition payment, equals the average price required for a decent, safe, and sanitary dwelling of modest standards adequate in size to accommodate the displaced owner, reasonably accessible to public services and places of employment and available on the private market: Provided, That such payment may be made only to a displaced owner who purchases and occupies a dwelling within one year subsequent to the date on which he is required to move from the dwelling acquired for the project: Provided further, That no such payment may be made if the owner-occupant receives a payment required by the State law of eminent domain which is determined by the Secretary to have substantially the same purpose and effect as this j^aragraph and to be part of the cost of the project for which Federal financial assistance is available." TITLE VI — U R B A N P L A N N I N G AN D F A C I L I T I E S COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING

73 Stat. 678.

40 USC 461.

SRC. 601. Section 701 of the Housing Act of 1954 is amended to read j; n '^ as follows: " C O M P R E H E N S IV E PLANNING

"SEC. 701. (a) I n order to assist State and local governments in solving planning problems, including those resulting from the increasing concentration of population in metropolitan and other urban areas