90 days of the written notice of intent to apply; HHS shall, with the concurrence of the appropriate landholding agency, extend this period upon reasonable request by the applicant.
8) HHS shall accept and process all applications for property deemed suitable and available by Hub pursuant to the McKinney Act.
9) HHS shall complete its action on the application within 25 days of receipt of a completed application. This period may be extended by agreement of HHS and the applicant. HHS shall make and maintain a written record of all actions taken in response to an application.
10) HHS must provide with each application packet sent to interested persons a notice identifying the plaintiff National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, giving the National Law Center's telephone number and stating its availability to assist homeless providers in resolving any problems that may arise in the application and leasing processes. HHS must also include notice in the application material that HHS staff persons are available to assist in the application process, and the telephone number that the applicant may call to obtain that assistance. In addition, HHS must include notice that the Interagency Council on Homelessness may be able to help identify possible sources of funding, including the telephone number of the Council. HHS must indicate that the Federal Programs to Help Homeless People publication is available from the Interagency Council.
11) HHS must provide with the environmental questionnaire the identity of a direct reference person who can provide the homeless provider with assistance on how to complete the questionnaire.
12) HHS must provide with the environmental questionnaire information on how applicants can obtain environmental information that is within defendants' possession.
13) HHS must, if necessary, provide assistance to applicants in obtaining environmental information that is within the defendants' possession.
14) HHS must allow an intent to apply for Title IV funds to be sufficient to satisfy the homeless provider's financial showing requirement.
15) Defendants must initiate an outreach program that provides direct information to homeless providers on the properties that are available in their localities. As part of this program, defendants shall sponsor, in each community where there is a military base closure scheduled, a workshop or seminar to educate potential applicants about the McKinney Act program and how to apply for property. Defendants shall advertise and promote the holding of such workshop or seminar to reasonably inform those persons and groups who might be interested in the workshop or seminar. Such workshop or seminar shall be held reasonably prior to the availability of the base closure property under the McKinney Act to permit timely application.
16) GSA, HUD and HHS shall submit to plaintiffs' counsel a monthly report identifying for each month: a) those properties made available to assist the homeless, including the status of all applications submitted and pending, even if the property is made available by an agency other than GSA, HUD and HHS; b) those properties sold, transferred or otherwise disposed of; and c) all persons and organizations that have contacted defendants to inquire about applying for any property under the McKinney Act program, the date of the contact and the property which was the subject of the inquiry. GSA, HUD and HHS shall also file with the court, each month, a certificate that the monthly report has been prepared and delivered to plaintiffs' counsel.
17) Jurisdiction is retained for the purposes of enabling any of the parties to seek such further orders or directions as may be necessary or appropriate for the construction or carrying out of this Decree, for the modification of any of the provisions thereof, for the enforcement of compliance and punishment of violations thereof, and to determine the costs and attorneys' fees that may be recovered by plaintiffs.
April 21st 1993