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and (b) the local housing authority and the governing body of the locality agree to a modification of the agreement providing the required local cooperation in connection with such low-rent housing projects, the preceding proviso shall not be applicable and: (1) the Public Housing Administration shall not, unless the governing body of the locality shall, by resolution, request such action, (a) authorize the award of any contract for the construction of any such low-rent housing project, or (b) make any further advance of funds on account of any such project for which the main construction contract has not heretofore been awarded, excepting only such funds as may be required by the local housing authority (i) to pay all costs and liquidate all obligations heretofore properly incurred by it in connection with any such project which pursuant to such modification is to be terminated and (ii) to pay costs in connection with the liquidation (including the sale of land or other assets) of any such terminated project; (2) in
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the liquidation of any such terminated project no claim shall be made by the local housing authority or the Public Housing Administration against the locality or its governing body on account of such termination; (3) the Public Housing Administration shall absorb as a loss, and shall release the local housing authority from, all claims, if any, of said Administration in connection with such terminated proj, ect in excess of the net amount realized from the sale by the local housing authority of all land (which if sold to other than a public agency shall be after public advertisement to the highest responsible bidder but if sold to a public agency may be at a price equal to the purchase price of the land, exclusive of improvements, as approved by the Public Housing Commissioner) and other assets acquired and held in connection with such terminated project; and (4) the Secretary of the Treasury shall credit as a payment upon the note or notes of the Public Housing Administration executed and delivered in con
nection with funds obtained pursuant to section 20 of the United 50 Stat. 898. States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, an amount equal to such loss 42 USC 1420. as certified by the Public Housing Commissioner: Provided further,
That the record of expenditure of the Public Housing Administration and of the local housing authority on any public housing project shall be open to examination by the responsible authorities of any community in which such project is located, or by the local public housing authority, or by any firm of public accountants retained by either of the foregoing: Provided further, That no housing unit constructed under the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, shall be occupied by a person who is a member of an organization designated as subversive by the Attorney General: Provided further, That the foregoing prohibition shall be enforced by the local housing authority, and that such prohibition shall not impair or affect the powers or obligations of the Public Housing Administration with respect to the making of loans and annual contributions under the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, the Public Housing Administration shall not, with respect to projects initiated after March 1, 1949, (1) authorize during the fiscal year 1954 the commencement of construction of in excess of twenty thousand dwelling units or (2) after the date of approval of this Act, enter into any new agreements, contracts, or other arrangements, preliminary or otherwise, which will ultimately bind the Public Housing Administration during fiscal year 1954 or for any future years with respect to loans or annual contributions for
42 USC 1430.
dwelling units or projects unless hereafter authorized by the Congress to do so, and during the fiscal year 1954 the Housing and Home Finance Administrator shall make a complete analysis and study of the low-rent public housing program and, on or before February 1, 1954, shall transmit to the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate his recommendations with respect to such low-rent public housing program.
Sec. 304. This Act may be cited as the "First Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1954”.
Approved July 31, 1953.
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 0-1953