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Major and Routine Maintenance

Major Maintenance

Expenditures made beyond the regular, normal upkeep of physical properties (i.e. Land, Buildings, and Equipment) for the repair or replacement of failed or failing building components as necessary to return a facility to its currently intended use, to prevent further damage, or to make it compliant with changes in laws, regulations, codes or standards. Tangible personal property as defined in the section "Routine Maintenance Definitions" shall not be eligible for major maintenance funds.

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Routine Maintenance

Expenditures made for the regular upkeep of physical properties (i.e. Land, Buildings, and Equipment) including recurring, preventive and on-going maintenance necessary to delay or prevent the failure of physical properties. For purposes of this definition, building operational costs are not considered routine maintenance. Tangible personal property as defined in the Routine Maintenance Definitions is not eligible for routine maintenance funds. 

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For more information send an email to Jennifer Kleene or call 515-725-0454.