2011 South Dakota Code
Title 1 STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT
Chapter 19A. Preservation of Historic Sites
§1-19A-13.3 Amount of loans and grants--Interest rate--Extensions and renewals--Amounts available for structures with public use.
1-19A-13.3. Amount of loans and grants--Interest rate--Extensions and renewals--Amounts available for structures with public use. Loans and grants may be made from the loan and grant fund by the State Historical Society Board of Trustees to individuals, corporations, or historical organizations for up to ninety percent of the cost of purchase, restoration, and development of a structure. Loans shall be made at an annual interest rate of one-fourth the prime interest rate at the time the loan is made. The maximum amount of a loan for any one structure is twenty-five thousand dollars. Loans may not be extended beyond a three-year period, nor may they be renewed. Loans and grants may be made to nonprofit historical organizations, municipalities, and other local governmental entities for the full cost of purchase, restoration, and development of structures that will have a public use.
Source: SL 1977, ch 19, § 3; SL 1994, ch 332, § 4; SL 2002, ch 14, § 1.
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