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Ib Information Officer Application Form


Under the Tree Preservation Ordinance, prior to any development of property, a tree permit must be obtained. Development activities that remove trees and disturb vegetation require a Tree Preservation Plan be submitted with the Tree Permit application. Under certain circumstances tree permits can be issued in lieu of a preservation plan by completing a tree affidavit/permit application and submitting required information and fees. In an effort to improve the appearance and value of properties and to promote character within our City, the ordinance also provides requirements for Zoning Buffers, Landscaping, Streetscape Planting Standards and Fences. Please refer to the Unified Development Code for the specific regulations covered under the ordinance.




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The resources below have been provided to assist you in complying with the ordinance. Should you have any questions regarding the permitting and/or preservation process, you can contact our Tree Preservation department at 210.207.0278. For additional information on obtaining a Tree permit, please refer to the Permit Section for either Residential or Commercial. CPS Energy is currently offering a Green Shade Tree Rebate program to partner with the San Antonio Community to promote planting trees all over our City from 10/1/20/20 thru 04/30/21. Refer toCPS Energy Green Shade Tree Rebate for more information.


For continuing education information for City of San Antonio issued Tree Maintenance Licenses, please contact Jennifer Hyatt. To see if Development Services is currently offering any continuing education classes please visit the Training Section of our website.


The University of Kentucky allows students, faculty, and staff to designate their gender identity, chosen pronouns, and chosen first and/or middle name to the university community regardless of whether or not it matches their legal gender or name. Your chosen information will appear on your myUK portal as well as class rosters. Please note that legal last names cannot be changed using this form. Email completed form to studentrecords@uky.edu or submit to the Registrar's Office in 10 Funkhouser Building.


This form that may be used by students to provide written consent to release confidential information in reference to a letter of recommendation being sought from University of Kentucky faculty or staff. Please note that some departments/colleges may use their own release form. Students should check with the faculty or staff they wish to obtain a letter of recommendation from to see if there are any department/college specific form requirements.


This form is used to appeal a student's current status of residency for tuition purposes. A completed, notarized application along with supporting documentation must be submitted to the Residency Officer.


This form is intended only for students that no longer have access to the myUK Student Portal and need to update how their information can be disclosed by the University of Kentucky, such as third-party release of confidential information or to change the 'opt out' status of directory information release. Current or future students should use the myUK Student Portal to make these changes.


All payments are acknowledged by PCT Forms and include the contact details of the authorized officer processing the application. If you do not receive an acknowledgement please contact the authorized officer indicating the PCT application number.


Finally, for FY 2022, DHS is focused on the criticality of information sharing and collaboration to building a national culture of preparedness and protecting against terrorism and other threats to our national security. The threats to our nation have evolved during the past two decades. We now face continuous cyber threats by sophisticated actors, threats to soft targets and crowded places, and threats from domestic violent extremists who currently pose the greatest terrorism threat to the nation1. Therefore, for FY 2022, DHS has identified six priority areas related to the most serious threats to the nation. Recipients are expected to address those priority areas with their HSGP funds.


Additional information about these priority areas and how they relate to achieving anti-terrorism capabilities is included in Section D.10.b.II of this NOFO. Failure by a recipient to propose investments and projects that align with the priority areas and spending requirements will result in a recipient having a portion of their SHSP and UASI funds (up to 30 percent) placed on hold until they provide projects that sufficiently align to the National Priority Areas, and total at least the minimum percentages per National Priority Area priority area (as applicable) and overall 30 percent of total SHSP and UASI funds.


Training and awareness programs (e.g., through social media, SAR indicators and behaviors) to educate the public on misinformation and disinformation campaigns and resources to help them identify and report potential instances of domestic violent extremism


Provide training and awareness programs with key stakeholders (e.g., through social media, community and civic organizations) to educate the public on misinformation and disinformation campaigns to increase individual and community resilience.


DHS/FEMA also requires SHSP and UASI recipients (states, territories, and high-risk urban areas) to complete a THIRA/SPR and prioritize grant funding to support closing capability gaps or sustaining capabilities that address national priorities and/or support enduring needs. Additional information on the THIRA/SPR process, including other National Preparedness System (NPS) tools and resources, can be found at -preparedness-system. Detailed information on THIRA/SPR timelines and deadlines can be found in the Preparedness Grants Manual.


Eligible candidates for the FY 2022 UASI program are identified in the table below. Eligibility has been determined through an analysis of relative risk of terrorism faced by the 100 most populous Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) in the United States, in accordance with the Homeland Security Act of 2002, as amended. Detailed information on MSAs is publicly available from the United States Census Bureau at -surveys/metro-micro.html. THIRA/SPR results do not impact grant allocations or awards.


Further, the Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) must be a duly authorized current employee, personnel, official, staff, or leadership of the recipient and provide an email address unique to the recipient at the time of application and upon any change in assignment during the period of performance. Consultants or contractors of the recipient are not permitted to be the AOR of the recipient.


The National Prevention Framework describes those activities that should be executed upon the discovery of intelligence or information regarding an imminent threat to the homeland, to thwart an initial or follow-on terrorist attack and provides guidance to ensure the Nation is prepared to identify, prevent, avoid, or stop a threatened or actual act of terrorism. Activities outlined in the National Prevention Framework are eligible for use as LETPA-focused funds. Also, where capabilities are shared with the protection mission area, the National Protection Framework activities are also eligible. All other terrorism prevention activities proposed for funding under LETPA must be approved by the FEMA Administrator.


Grants.gov applicants can apply online using a workspace. A workspace is a shared, online environment where members of a grant team may simultaneously access and edit different web forms within an application. For each Notice of Funding Opportunity, applicants can create individual instances of a workspace. Applicants are encouraged to submit their initial applications in Grants.gov at least seven days before the application deadline.


The following forms or information are required to be submitted in either Grants.gov or ND Grants. The Standard Forms (SF) are submitted either through Grants.gov, through forms generated in ND Grants, or as an attachment in ND Grants. Applicants may also access the SFs at -424-family.html.


As part of the FY 2022 HSGP application process for SHSP and UASI funds, applicants must develop formal IJs that address the proposed investments. Failure to fulfill all of the terms contained in this section will be considered by DHS/FEMA in its evaluation of the effectiveness of the IJs submitted to meet the minimum percent spend requirement for the National Priority Areas. Failure to sufficiently align projects to the National Priority Areas and meet the minimum percent spend requirement will result in funds being placed on hold until those issues are addressed.


If not included in the application, SHSP and UASI recipients must submit complete project-level information for each SHSP and UASI IJ as part of the Biannual Strategy Implementation Report (BSIR) due by January 30, 2023. This includes IJs for the National Priority Areas.


Additional resources and information regarding securing soft targets and crowded places are available through the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.


The NCSR is an annual requirement for recipients and subrecipients of HSGP funds. Additionally, FEMA recognizes that some subawards will not be issued until after the NCSR has closed. In such cases, such subrecipients will be required to complete the first available NCSR offered after the subaward has been issued by the pass-through entity. Although not required by SLTTs that did not receive HSGP funds, all SLTT agencies with preparedness responsibilities are highly encouraged to participate and complete the NCSR to evaluate their cybersecurity posture. For detailed information and background on the NCSR, please see IB 439.


In the Related Documents section of the Grants.gov posting, applicants can find the IJ template and instructions for collecting the required information for investments and projects. Additionally, applicants should utilize the Project Worksheet located in Grants.gov posting to assemble the information required for each project, which will facilitate the input of that information into the GRT. 041b061a72


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