(a) Funding needs may be satisfied by department appropriations for property where adequate funding is supplied by federal grants, designated fee funds or other funding sources.
(b) Any funding requirements for an application pursuant to this act, will be based on a one time payment for the property, made by the original applicant.
Terms Used In Kansas Statutes 65-1,226
- Department: means the department of health and environment. See Kansas Statutes 65-1,175
- Dependent: A person dependent for support upon another.
- Environmental use control: means an institutional or administrative control, a restriction, prohibition or control of one or more uses of, or activities on, a specific property, as requested by the property owner at the time of issuance, to ensure future protection of public health and the environment when environmental contamination which exceeds department standards for unrestricted use remains on the property following the appropriate assessment and/or remedial activities as directed by the department pursuant to the secretary's authority. See Kansas Statutes 65-1,222
- owner: means the title holder of record or a person purchasing the lot or tract in question under a written contract of sale. See Kansas Statutes 65-185
- Property: means real property. See Kansas Statutes 65-1,222
- Secretary: means the secretary of health and environment. See Kansas Statutes 65-1,114
- State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories. See Kansas Statutes 77-201
(c) Funding requirements for other properties will be determined individually and be based on the size of the property to which the environmental use control applies, toxicity and mobility of the contaminants to which the environmental use control applies, frequency of site inspections and the anticipated inspection costs, as determined by the department.
(1) Category 1 property includes property with the following characteristics: The property is not greater than five acres in size, the residual contamination is characterized by low toxicity and mobility, there is minimal anticipated maintenance of protective structures and the anticipated inspection frequency is once every five years. Category 1 properties would have a one-time payment by the applicant not to exceed $2,000 to fund the life of the environmental use control.
(2) Category 2 property includes property with the following characteristics: The property may cover areas larger than five acres in size, the residual contamination is characterized by moderate toxicity and mobility, there is limited anticipated maintenance of protective structures and more complicated and/or costly inspections are anticipated, with an inspection frequency of not more than once per year. Category 2 property would have a one-time payment by the applicant not to exceed $10,000 to fund the life of the environmental use control.
(3) Category 3 property includes property with some or all of the following characteristics: The property may cover a large acreage, the residual contamination is characterized by higher toxicity or mobility, complicated maintenance or monitoring of protective structures is required and frequent or complicated site inspections are anticipated, which may be more frequent than once per year. The inspection cost of category 3 properties is also dependent on the future uses of the property and the maintenance of protective structures by the property owner. For this reason, long term care agreements between the department and the applicant will be required for category 3 properties. These long term care agreements will include a provision to reimburse the department for costs incurred to perform the long term care at the property.
(d) The secretary shall remit to the state treasurer, in accordance with K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, all moneys received from fees and long term care reimbursement agreements pursuant to this section. Upon receipt of the remittance, the state treasurer shall deposit the entire amount in the state treasury and credit it to the environmental use control fund.