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  • ) in Wisconsin for Community Development Block Grants (CDBG in HUD) to allow large cities, states, and Indian Tribes to fund the most urgently needed local public works and public service projects. * Funding is expanded for the Low·Income Home Energy Assistance
  • Cuomo's decision to allocate of$2.2 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to repair Maine's utilities that were damaged in an ice storm earlier this year. BACKGROUND As you will recall, the Northeast, and particularly Maine, were
  • employment, community development block grant programs, revenue sharing, and President Reagan's domestic policy while at the Government Studies program of. the Brookings Institution and the Urban and Regional Research Center at the Woodrow Wilson School
  • . For other immigrant benefit restorations, we would suggest that restoring SSI eligibility for disabled and elderly immigrants should be a priority. CDBG and HOME Mayors continue to support full funding for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG
  • will cooperate to sponsor free immunization clinics. • HHS - Head Start: In FY'94, Kansas will receive funding increases totalling $3.7 million, resulting in an FY'94 funding level of $21,6 million. • HUD - Community Development Block Grant (CDBG
  • for Removal of Local Labor Organization Officers t Family and Medical Leave { , . Governmental Reform, cont. Community Development Block Grants Economic Development Guidelines V. Help for Families and the Middle Class Continuation of Federal Home Loan
  • legislation to increase the Community Development Block Grant program by $10 million. The $10 million would he ~sed to guarantee loans made by private financial institutions to assist in the rebuilding of community institutions damaged or destroyed by acts
  • and Accreditation Board"; • Modify the "self-sufficiency agreement" between PHAs and public housing residents or recipients oftenant-based assistance; • · Delete Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) sanctions against local go.vermnents contributing
  • (Council). Nations Bank also has offered a $500,00 reward. • Challenge the States--to use their allocations of HUD Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds through loan guarantees and other means to help local communities rebuild. HUD and Justice
  • and to combat housing discrimination, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). The records also reflect HUD’s involvement in Welfare to Work and housing vouchers legislation, and in bringing
  • and Urban Development (HUD), Cabinet Affairs, and Legislative Affairs. The topics covered by these records include the enforcement of Fair Housing Act of 1968, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Housing
  • infrastructure mOre e'ffectively and efficiently. In fact, the Corps entire operations and maintenance program (not part "I the table of infrastructure investments) is included in its GRPA pilot project. . ,. HUD's'- Community Development Block. . Grant
  • .... :.. ~~...................... ~.~ ....~ ... ~..... · . . Comm~nity Dev.~lopment and 802 53 929 172 410 204 . Defense Conversion . . 146 Community development block grant (CDBG) ........................ ~."'""'" Offi~ of Economic Adjustment for community · 20. . defense convers
  • , transportation, . and supportive services such as child care and counseling. (Department of Transportation) CDBG and HOME Mayors have heard rumors that the Administration will cut five percent from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the HOME
Mayors (Item)
  • , and that's a mistake. , QUESTlQN IV (Mayor Nonn Rice of Seattle) Mi'. President, in regard to your new budget pJan, we are concerned that we cannot find our priority program, the 21 year old Community Development Block Grant, (CDBG), on your list
  • infrastructure improvements. Modeled on the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), this Education Development Block Grant (EDBG) would be allocated to school districts by formula. Schools would submit a plan and annual verification
  • of consolidated plan Community Development Block Grant Program "CDBG" - flexible, yet most municipalities use for moderate incomed, parks, monuments, etc.; FAIR HOUSIBG ABO THB ADA: TOOLS FOR JUSTICB IB LOCAL HOUSIBG Sara pr.tt, BUD, D.C. '. BUD enforces fair
  • Development Block Grants, assistance to the homeless, the Commtp!ity Dev-elopment Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund, Brownfields redevelopment, and l'Ural/u.tban empowerment zones. The Community Development Block Grant program (CDBG) promotes hous:ing
  • requested and Congress accepted extending the credit through June 30, 1999. " • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY 2000 budget included an expansion ofCDBG. The final budget increases funding for CDBG from $4.750
  • the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The Administration would like to work with the conferees to respond to their concerns about the implementation of the CDBG disaster relief program
  • and community development block grants, cuts toxic waste cleanup::- ih •' short, a budget that cuts essential programs and undercuts . _our progress. The Senate majority even wants to kill our successful COPS program- the very community police who help cut
  • in the aftermath of .the Oklahoma city bombing in part to support the reconstruction of damaged churches. The $10 million would be appropriated under the flexible Community Development Block Grant Program. CDBG allows recipients to use federal funds for a broad
  • review procedures under the covered programs that are similar to those that now apply to e~titlement cities and counties and to States under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and assistance recipients~under the McKinney Act Homeless
  • for training of residents and the development of community strategies against crime. State$ Use of CDBG Funds To Assist In Crime and Arson Prevention Activities: • The Department will assist States on the use of community development block grant (CDBG
  • 'to provide full funding for WIC and Head Start ... We know beyond a shadow of. doubt ,bat tbese programs are successful." [Congressional Recoro, 5/19192] COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANTS: Phil Gramm proposed an amendment to increase COBG funds for Texas
  • and regional development, $3.4 billion or 39.2 percent less than a freeze and $3.6 billion or 40.7 percent less than the President's budget. This would mean a massive reduction to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), one of the most popular
  • Development Block Grant] [OA 8399] Conference Call w/Housing Groups, 9/22/95 [OA 8399] [Democratic National Committee] Platform Statement, 1996 [OA 8399] Disability [OA 8399] Box 4 Disability, CCD [Consortium of Citizens with Disabilities] Issues [OA 8399
  • in administrating the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME funds to enhance the quality of life for our citizens through various physical, social. and housing programs. The HOME Investment Partnership Program offers the City the opportunity to address
  • To Assist in Crime and Arson Prevention Activities: • The Department will assist States on the use of community development block grant (CDBG) funding to help prevent crime or arson directed against churches. States can use funds for a broad range
  • .............................. .. 111 422 Housing 50% HOME/50% vouchers (150,000 L!nits) ................ . 354 571 Community development block grant (CDBG) ........... .. 406 930 SUBTOTAL, TAX INCENTIVES................................ 1,779 3,784 SUBTOTAL, SPENDING
  • Development Block Grant (CDBG) stimulus funds can be used for certain anti-crime initiatives -- including hiring law enforcement or security personnel, installing security devices and relocating the residency of police officers to high-crime areas. D
  • jobs. · • Invest in Mass Transit and airports - to improve our . transportation network and ease congestion and pollution, creating 9,000 j9bs. • Community Development Block Grants - to help states and localities rebuild streets and bridges
  • Community Building in Partnership, ~Inc" (priv~te)' Community Development Administration (state) Community Development Block Grant,' HUD (federal) Community Development Financial Corporation (local) Corporation for·National Service (f~deral), . Enterprise
  • . The Administration proposed $91 million for EPA's brownfield activities, such as grants for site assessment and community planning. The final budget includes the President's request of$91 million. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) EXpansion. President
  • of Churches have already responded with volunteers in Alabama (Habitat) and money (Council). Nations Bank also has offered a $500,00 reward. Challenge the States--to use their allocations of HUD Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds through loan
  • hire young adults living in Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities. In FY 1999, the President requested and Congress accepted extending the credit through June 30, 1999. • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion.· President Clinton's
  • Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) II. Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund III. Community
  • to provide basic services and economic development in cities through the Community Development Block Grant program. Now these commitme~ts are in jeopardy .. The combination of proposals to block grant housing and community development programs to states, plus
Budget, 1998 (Item)
  • activities, such as grants for site assessment and community planning. The final budget includes the President's request of $91 million. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY99 budget included an expansion of CDBG
Budget Binder (Item)
  • . The Administration proposed $91 million for EPA's brownfield activities, such as grants for site assessment and community planning. The final budget includes the President's request of $91 million. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton
  • representatives from each neighborhood were Invited to present their ~trategic plans as part of the City's public hearing on its 1998 Community Development Block Grant Consolidated Plan .. We are also building a link . . between the EC Board and the City's
  • persuasiveness than with budget realities and politics. The formula under which the aid was distributed heavily favored the Northeast, leaving the program with little constituency elsewhere. Community Development Block Grants (CDBGs). Although the president did
[10/15/1998] (Item)
  • budget includes the President's request of$91 million. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY99 budget included an expansion of CDBG. The final budget increases funding for CDBG from $4.675 billion in FY98 to $4.750
  • FOR MIGRANT HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION I. Housing Department of Housing and Urban Development CHUm. There are many resources in HUD that may be promising for aiding growers with their obligation to provide housing. --Community Development Block Grant (CDBo
  • DEVELOPMENT: • Community Development Block Grant Funding to Monroe County: Between 1993 and 1999, Momoe County has received over $2.5 million in CDBG funding. • Rousing: The Federal Housing Administration has provided over $142.9 million in single family
Cisneros (Item)
  • , such as the economic development uses of Community Development Block Grants and the Economic Development Initiative programs. • By directing national experience and resources to capacity building and training, the federal government can help community leaders
  • program in USDA, rental housing assistance and community . development block grants at HUD, employment programs at Labor, and education and other soCial support programs. --These cuts, if implemented. would have a major impact on the "safety net
  • institutions (CDFis) receiving capital funding and 9 fewer financial institutions receiving Bank Enterprise Act grants compared with the FY 1999 enacted level. • Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) could be cut by 9 percent or $428 million from
  • as apprenticeships constructing and rehabilitating affordable housing. The 1998 Appropriations bill included $35 million for Youthbuild, as a set-aside within the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The President's FY 1999 budget requests $45 million
  • ; Community Development Block Grant funding projects; assistance with loans; assistance for the elderly and disabled; and a variety of policies aimed at eradicating racial, religious or other forms of discrimination in housing. The Commission had recommended
  • secO.ndary market fO.r ecO.nO.mic develO.pment IO.ans. The CEF specifically targets welfare-tO.-wO.rk and city-suburb business cO.nnectiO.ns, building UPO.n the success O.fHUD's EDI and SectiO.n 108lO.an guarantee program. • Community Development Block
  • .:: . '.'1" ' , REDEVELOPING BROWNFIELDS: HOW STATES AND LOCALfTlES USE CDBG FUNDS , "' , HUD·0008634 , " ; ". " , . ;;',,' . .'.' ," ; ", i, " / " ,' < J; , ... HUD USER's Document Reproduction Service ," ,. from
  • . BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM 1. WHEREAS, the Community Development Block Grant program (CDBG), continues to be the foundation upon which cities have revitalized their downtowns, developed affordable housing, stabilized neighborhoods/and provided important
Homelessness (Item)
  • or other social support such as AOC or housing assistance and target community development block grants and community reinvestment act funding for self-employment training. (NE) 13. Congress should encourage new legislation that insure that the focus
Welfare-IDAs (Item)
  • . In total, Iowa's demonstration will create 10,000 IDAs and will provide $1 million in matching funds to the IDA savings of low-income families by the year 2000. North Carolina, meanwhile, is funding a multi-site IDA demonstration with Community Development
  • ... the Community Development Block Grant program ... and dozens of other innovative steps. I ask you to support this commitment — and to make your voices heard in the halls of Congress. With new resources for HUD and a strong focus throughout the government, we can
  • l l enable us to expand thei community development block grant program, which, as a governor, I also believe strongly i n . And t h i s w i l l happen without spending one red cent of s t a t e or l o c a l money or private sector money. When we
  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, we estimate that reductions to housing activities would prevent 25,400 people from benefiting from programs providing housing rehabilitation, construction, and homebuyer assistance, and 6,300 fewer jobs being
  • New York Florida Massachusetts State Summary 21 27 31 37 40 48 CVP Assisted Living Guide V. 56 56 60 62 65 Federal Programs Administered by State Low Income Housing Tax Credits Tax Exempt Bonds Community Development Block Grants HOME 66 66 69
Letters [4] (Item)
  • Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The President's FY 1999 budget requests $45 million in funding for Youthbuild outside CDBG. 4. Health Care a. b. 5. Children's Health Outreach Minority children make up a disproportionate number of the over ten
  • -- e.g., CDBG, Jobs Training Partnership Act, Job Corps, Youth Apprenticeship, JOBS -- for which one set of categorical criteria will be developed, Municipalities that receive enterprise zones, therefore, would be relieved of some of the burdens
  • of Estimated HUD Funding Cuts Cor Americats Major Cities February 28, 1995 If) (S) (S) ,a... ; Dollars in Minions '
  • brownfield activities, such as grants for site assessment and community planning. The final budget includes the President's request of $91 million. Automated Records Management System Hex-Dump Conversion 7 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion
  • Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY99 budget included an expansion of CDBG. The final budget increases funding for CDBG from $4,675 billion in FY98 to $ 4 , 7 5 0 billion in FY99 that's a $75 million expansion this year. Increased
Arkansas [1] (Item)
  • people with a disability. North Arkansas Human Services System, Inc., Wynne, AR, Capital Advance of $92~,500; fiveyear rental subsidy of $198,000. CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) Funds at WorkI The following projects are by no means
  • FEMA FHA FHWA FMR GNH/CLT JOBS JTPA LEA LISC MIDC NBC NDF NEA NEF Alternative Learning Project American Power Conversion Coalition for Community Development Community College of Rl Community Development Block Grant Community Development Corporation
  • focused on minority-owned or small business in ' distressed areas; c) eliminate mandatory pledge of CDBG dollars for CEF loans. I -Metro Jobs/Community DeyelopmentCorporation (CDC) Links. Would target job-poor but CDC,served central-city neighborhoods
[05/20/1997] (Item)
  • the PresidentD,s Budget. Agriculture conferees approved a $76 million supplemental for WIC. The tentative agreement also includes $500 million for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), split equally with $250 million in FY97 and $250 million in FY98
  • a massive reduction to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), one of the most popular and flexible sources of funds that mayors and governors use to improve economic opportunity and housing in low-income communities. Thousands of local
  • assistance for crisis homelessness in the early 1980's came from the HIlS Emergency Assistance Program and the,HUD Community Development Block ,Grant Program. Although such programs were not specifically directed toward relief of homelessness, emergency
  • is for grants and the remainder is for 32.000 vouchers and supportive services for the chronic homeless with severe mental disabilities. ~ ! • Maintains Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) at the FY 1998 level of S4.7:billion. CDBG is reduced by 17
[04/22/1999] (Item)
  • Development Block Grants and other public monies. Current funding, however, cannot sustain the level of rehabilitation that Pleasant Street needs. One abandoned bungalow, for example, requires $25,000 worth of repairs, including new wiring, mechanical work
  • and Rhode Island have sought and received approval to implement t h i s program. Other minor sources of funding include the Older Americans Act, the Social Services Block Grant, and to a l e s s e r extent the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG
M [7] (Item)
  • ':' tance (induding federal pass-through dollars such as community development block . grants), local and private sector ftinds, new tax exempt Facility Bonds, tax breakS for employment, technical assistance from lOCal
  • the next 10 years. • City of Detroil' • • • $32,250,000 in HOME fund" $10,600,000 in HOME Program Income funds, ""d . ,/ $69,650,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds. V • Department of the Army; .. .. The Anny's Tonk-Automotive Research
  • organizac Community Development Block Grant tions, PTAs, and unions. And they began David Slavitt. tran,lator of the widely Program (CDBG), organized by COPS and to agitate not only their li:llow oongregants, acclaimed Ovid', Poetry of Exile, has
  • Guarantee program. Together, the programs serve as a catalyst for economic development and build on the economic development successes of the community Development Block Grant program. The estimated jobs created by EDJ and the 108 loan guarantee program
[03/19/1999] (Item)
  • with sports, tourism and local business in part because many mayofS are using flexible federal funds like HUD' s Community Development Block Grants and Section 108 Loan Guarantees. Unemployment, from 1993 to 1996, dropped more in central cities than
  • . This would mean a massive reduction to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), one of the most popular and flexible sources of funds that mayors and governors use to improve economic opportunity and housing in low-income communities. Thousands
  • Community Development Block Grant lending, Rural Development Administration community facilities, and the RDA water/wastewater program; overall a 25 percent increase in funding from $298.6 million to $373.6 million; o To protect the environment and create
AIDS [4] (Item)
  • and resour~es needed to carry out development strategies. Community Development Block Grants (CDBGs) remain the most flexib.le co~unity-building tool. The president's Empowerment Zone Initiative will pro~ide grants for a range of activities at local
  • in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) stimulus funds can be used for certain anti-crime initiatives — including hiring law enforcement or security personnel, installing security devices and relocating the residency of police officers to high-crime areas
  • Congress i n t h e l a s t session. We w i l l s t a r t w i t h a $ 3 - b i l l i o n investment f o r '93; $2.5 b i l l i o n w i l l go t o the CDBG program — Community Development Block Grant program, because we t h i n k t h a t i s an e f f e c t i v
[04/22/1999] (Item)
  • to—restored some education billion community development block grant (CDBG) and the $1.4 billion HOME investment partnerships housing block funds but left HUD pretty much out in the cold. It takes neither a keen analytical mind nor access to insider grant
  • activities, such as grants for site assessment and community planning. The final budget includes the President's request of$91 million . .t/ Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY99 budget included an expansion ofCDaG
  • such as JOBS. JTPA and CDBG. I ' ," . i·. Seek a federal waiver of allow the use of JTPA funds to upgrade the skills of entry-level individuals who are placed as the resun of EZ-related programs; the training would be part of a career development plan
[05/15/1997] (Item)
Crime [2] (Item)
  • ........................................................ Reduce CDBG ........................................................ Reduce CDBG ....................................................... Reduce CDBG by 50% ........................................... Eliminate CDBG
  • and community plarming. The final budget includes the'President's request of$91 million. I Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Expansion. President Clinton's FY99 budget included an expansion ofCDBG. The final budget increases funding for CDBG from $4.675
  • which provides great flexibility for the Tribe to develop its own housing program. Funded 106 Indian Community Development Block Grant projects for $46 million. CDBG is used by" Tribes for community infrastructure, land acquisition, job , . creation
  • , including: ,• • • • • Housing: rental assistance, public housing operating subsidies, homeless assistance Community Development Block Grants (CDBGs) Job Training: summer jobs, adult job training, dislocated worker assistance Education: Head Start, Title
Flood Stuff (Item)
  • 2=47PM Grantees ·i ! i .:l~fu ~~f Washington :'rl ... CDBG. HOME $ 7,050,000 $ 3,569,000 ESG $ HOPWA $ Total $11,144,000 City of Yakima, WA CDBG $ 473,000 City of Bellevue, WA CDBG $ 314,000 City of Seattle, W A CDBO HOME BSG
  • • SUbsequent appropriation could be sought on annual basis • Local commitments to use ponion of CDBG and Title XX funds • RFP information to assist communities in planning for shops -- rewarding communities that jn~egralc state. local and private sector
Poverty [1] (Item)
  • have 5LaLe and local planninq requiremenLa. Thl0 plan would clearly supplement thoDO dooumenta, bu~ it may ha an additional burden on ind;vidual recipients. 4. Are the StAteD looking for waivers for thaae planning reqnirements? 5. Tho CDBG
  • '. COIhrrninity Opportunity' Fund ,$4.85 billion level is approxlmateiy' ' . same as FY 1995 level· of consolidated programs (CDBG~ Econoffiic, . Development.Initiative; youthbuild). . , . , '.. " : Homeless Assistance Fund $1.12 billion level i's same as FY
  • and revi.taliza.t·ion of mOderate· income· commnni t.ies; brownf.iel~ in low and • HOD is revising ·its CDBG regulations to clarify· that costs associated with the ass.essment and ··cleanup of brownfields are eligible expenses, and to remove administrative barriers
  • and at the state and local level: firs,t, we would ask the banking regulators to clarify that banks and thrifts can receive Community Reinvestment Act credit for IDA programs; and second, a letter would be sent from HUD clarifying that HOME and CDBG funds can
  • to State and Local Areas To Clarify That HOME and CDBG Funds Can Be Used To Establish IDA Programs. While HOME and CDBG funds can currently be used to establish IDA programs, many state and local areas do not know that this is an eligible activity
  • THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON April 30, 1993 / MEMORANDUM POR GENE SPERUNG AND BRUCE REED ~ PROM: TOM EPSTEIN SUBJECf: URBAN LEGISLATION PACKAGE In light of the defeat of CDBG runding and the need for a New Democrat style bipartisan policy
  • fund inc:lusr:ey c:ontin.uing to grt1W ......................... 3 CDBG: Aorida sflifts grant funds to economic development ............ S HUD guidance en microc:nterprise aid .......................................... 6 Rund Developmeot: Group looks
  • , using the balance of the Federal funds and additional equity and private funds. Access to a major allocation of federal funds such as Development Funds is of major significance to a small community such as Little Rock, where CDBG allocations are too
  • $ 7,050,000 $ 3,569,000 $ 325,000 $ 200,000 Total $11,144,000 City of Yakima. WA CDBG $ 473,000 City of Bellevue, WA CDBG $ 314,000 City of Seattle, WA CDBG HOME ESG HOPWA $ 7,083,000 $ 1,499,000 $ 179,000 $ 526,000 Total $ 9,287,000 CDBG HOME
  • to identify sub-standard housing units. * In progress. 6.1 b Rehab existing substandard units or remove inferior units through the use of neighborhood housing programs. * The CDBG Program has provided the City with funds to rehabilitate 35 houses
  • CONTRIBUTION i I I STATE GRANTS: Missouri Department of Economic Development: Neighborh~od Assistance Tax Credit Program NeighborhQod Assistance Tax Credit Program CDBG Infrastructure .Grant I RECD Rural Development Grant I . CDBG Neighborhood Development
  • Paso. 'to' replace . the existing substandard center, at an estimated cost of $2 million funded with Community Development Block'Grant: (CDBG)' 'funds. '.' . , • " Two Civic Center Plaza • EI Paso, Texas \ 79901-1196. 915/541-4000 • FAX 541-45q1
  • Development Block Grant Eas~ had received final approval from Joe Driskill, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Develop­ ment, sealing· the lease agreement with Jakel for the city building now under renovation: The $419,000 . infrastructure .CDBG
New Markets (Item)
  • expands eligible businesses to include those who hire young adults living in Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities. • COt1l!!.luflitV Development Block GraJ~.( (CDnG) Expansion. President Clirllon's FY 2000 budget included an expansion of CDBG
  • charities. • States may ~se up to 50% of the federal funds provided under TANF, CCDE, SSBG, CSBG, LIHEAP, JTPA, and CDBG, for any purpose (presumably to offset state revenue lost through the charity tax credit). The total aggregate amol;lnt used
  • this like !empowerment zones, etc. I think he'll be OK. He would prefer a 60-40 split like CDBG rather titian 50-50 -- but as I tried to explain . to him, in CDBG the states don't have to spend any of their 40 in cities, whereas in our proposal the states
  • recommend them~ We will work with OMB staff to further evaluate each proposal, but in the attached passback I have provided.our analysis in layman's terms for each and set forth the dilemmas each poses. · For example: * Does the President want to cut CDBG
  • . The above FY,95 budget'increases arc ,in addition to 'the . : : ,mainslream Federal assistance provided: througlt programs like Food S~ps. AFDC•.. .and CDBG. and tbrough surplus Peder~iequjpme~lt. food,and teal prop~rty. provided " to homeless ,~rsons
  • .............................. . Title XX (SSBG) .................... . HUD . CDBG.................................... HOME Investment Partnership Program.... ......... ................... Public Housing Operating Subsidies.............................. Justice Local Crime Prevention
[07/17/1998] (Item)
  • of program oversight and management - CPD field office staff - Generalist liaisons OffIce 01 EZIEC DRAFT 1110197 FOR iNTERNAL USE ONLY o o §~ em :1·0 "" m :I: C o o m !;D CDBG Communities Q :r CD ..... o :r III 3 "2. o :::l CJ> ­ u
  • 102. Redevelopment Brownfields: How States and Localities Use CDBG Funds, October 1998 I Table of Contents ~ Page 5
  • , only a small portion of ROME and CDBG dollars support locally designed tenant-based rent subsidy programs. Various means could be used to encourage communities to greatly increase the use of the block grants, which total $6 billion annually, to support
  • ' Youthbuild (back to FY 1994 level)i'$19 million from Nehemiah grants termination and $349 million frbm CDBG (redu,cing the program $90. million or 2% below 1994). o $297 million of homeless assistance (27%) 1s postponed until FY 1996. ' o VA medical
  • of HUD's Section 108 loan guarantee program. Under Section 108, HUD guarantees notes held by communities. In return for the HUD guarantees, communities are required to pledge their future CDBG funds as collateral for the Section 108 loans, making some
[06/22/1998] (Item)
  • Initiative was funded at $50 million within CDBG, instead of the $400 million separate appropriation that was requested. The House Subcommittee also did not provided funding for the Regional Connections Initiative; the Budget requested $100 million
  • for Consolidated Plan (consolidating planning requirements for funds in CDBG; Home, ESG, HOPWA) . . 77-9 . In this effort todevdop more integrated systems ofhousing and services: . Fora more widespread effort, use asbuildingblocksHHS'sACCESSInit iative--whi
  • . • The Department of Planning and Development should publish a quarterly CDBG newsletter that is more user-friendly than the existing yearly grantee performance report. This would facilitate more coordination among the network of nonprofits currently receiving CDBG
  • is committt:d to assure tha existing FHA, CDBG, HOME resources and homeowncrship counsding arc made :.w.lilablc, as needed. Through this collaboratiun it is hoped that innovative, cost-effective tcchnoloj;ies that might otherwise take many ye:1Is to '.vork
Assets (Item)
  • streams, including AFDC, Food Stamps, SSI, Medicaid, housing assistance, Unemployment Insurance, LlliEAP, Social and Community Services Block Grants, CDBG, child care, and JOBS. States could apply for waivers to decategorize these funds, and the bill
  • for administration. 1 Transitional public housing rules are de.scribed above. B. Opportunity Fund for communities Reinvention would consolidate cu~rent HUD grants for housing production (e.g. HOME, section 202/811) and community economic development (e.g. CDBG, EDI
  • (OMB) (OMB) (OMB) (OMB) (OMB) READ~28-0CT-1994 TEXT: Edley asked me to a~ert you to HUD's interaction with representatives from FL regarding release of CDBG monies for recovery from Tropical Storm Alberto. HUD staff passed along erroneous
Brownfields (Item)
  • . development initiatives.. I • HUp will provide S2S niItion in ~ Development Initiative (EDI) grants (supporting an a6:!itional $100 nilIiion in section 108 loan guarantees). target existing grant fim:ls such as COlllluullity Development Block Grants (CDBG
  • of ROME and CDBG dollars support locally designed tenant-based rent subsidy programs. Various means could be used to encourage communities to greatly increase the use of the block grants, which total $6 billion annually, to support family economic
  • ..a:strcted. The ineome of many of the participants ill this program will exceed that permitted under HOME ami CDBG guideiines, MHFF can be used to assist these pmticipauts. Some participants, especially those just starting their City career and without other
  • Compensation......................... 4,txXl Highwa~ .........__._............................... ~ ...:...., '2,976 CDBG................................................................ Youth Summer Jobs............................. _.._._ .... ,· . 2,536
  • needs. ; • Enables the States to serve more: working families with subsidy through the ~CDBG. Com: • May not be targeted enough to reach the working poor population in need of child care aSsistance. . . . ,~ :.~..:. , ..... ~ I
  • chosen by parents receiving title IV -A andj§CDBG. The second most frequ~ntly chosen child care arrangement was family day care or group ho me:;:followed by child care providedi~g. the child's own home. ~)~ ;~ . ' . ~ ; 12/4/97 11:50 A 12/04/97
Antipoverty (Item)
  • needs. The three funds will build upon the successful CDBG and HOME programs and consolidate the myriad McKinney homeless programs. Drawing on the consolidated plan and empowerment zones experiences, these funds will emphasize locally-driven' strategies
  • ) and that he wanted the President to focus on Housing, CDBG, and the $3 Billion increase in the HUD Budget. Mickey told him the while President will lead w i t h the economy (new GDP numbers), he will focus on the Administration's community empowerment agenda
Urban Issues (Item)
  • on the multi-billion dollar public housing modernization pipeline in 1994, and will expand to other sources of funding, including CDBG, in future years. FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY: For each new unit-equivalent of housing assistance secured, HUD already requires
  • ~is not income-restricted. The income of many of the participants in this program will exceed that permitted under HOME and CDBG guidelines, MHFF can be used to assist these participants. Some participants, especially those just starting their City career
  • in unincorporated county areas. Recommend and prioritized community development activities in First district (pop. 1.8 million residents) using CDBG, HOME, Section VIII and HUD and Community Redevelopment Agency tools. Developed new investment and revitalization
  • Programs and Policies to Highlight] [OA 14383] Federal Employees’ Child Care [OA 15413] Box 29 [Federally Sponsored Child Care Information] [OA 15413] Fight Crime, Invest in Kids Material [OA 15413] FY 2000 Budget-CDBG [Child Care and Development Block
  • for IDA programs; and secohd, a letter would be sent from HUD clarifying that HOME and CDBG funds can be used to establish IDA · programs. In addition, because of the need for an offset to pay for any of the following options, we are !nvestigating whether
  • industry's practices. Child care is one such initiative because it is critically important for the future of America's children and families. Q~ Why are you proposing to expand the Child Care and Development Block Grant (C,CDBG) when states aren't using all
  • · is set· aside f~i: · territories, ;and' allocated among· them. i·n amounts bearing the same ratio. to the' se~_..:..aside as ~-J:le. ai:nounts .allocated to them 'for such fiscal yearcunder the ~CDBG Act bore -to'the totaL. amount so allocated t.o: alL
  • for an Economic Development Initiative Community Empowerment Fund to generate jobs in distressed communities. The Committee has cut the request by $350 million, providing only $50 million, as a set-aside within the existing CDBG program. The Administration
  • guarantee component of Youth Fair Chance, use for private scctor ..yage subsidies -- $500 million to $1 billion ovcr 5 years B. Urban Brownficlds Initiative -- Reinvention Government initiatives: comfort leiters; certainty of liability. CDBG usage, need
[07/16/1998] (Item)
  • . • Medicare trust fund and a new prescription drug benefit for Medicare beneficiaries. Families and Children CDBG (DPC/NEC) Expand CDBG as in FY99 (at least $7.5B/5 years). Tax Relief for Parents, Including Parents Who Stay at Home (DPC/NEC) Consider
  • . County Mendo County CDBG Fort Bragg CDBG • 69,647 24,750 28 (combined) 61,613 55,024 6,925 2,413 11,050 . 10,965 8,359 46 (combined) Private Mott Foundation Ms. Foundation Share Our Strength Ms. Foundation Unrestricted Funds Reserve Wells Fargo
  • the best opportunity here is in how we target the needs of minorities with respect to the welfare jobs initiative. However, additional opportunities exist to use the EZs, HUD CDBG funds, CDFls, Brownfields and other ongoing Administration initiatives
  • . This integrated package would grow to approximately the size of the CDBG program in the out years, for a five-year total of$1O billion. Lesser budget options include: (a) trimming to do fewer grantees while maintaining sufficient sweetness to leverage systemic
[06/12/1998] (Item)
  • would be sent from HUD clarifying that HOME and CDBG funds can be used to establish IDA programs. In addition, because of the need for an offset to pay for any of the following options, we are investigating whether we could place the IDA program within
  • Fund to generate jobs in distressed communities. The Committee provides only $85 million as a set-aside within the existing CDBG program, with over 75 percent earmarked for specific projects. The Administration appreciates the Committee's decision
[07/15/1998] (Item)
  • communities. The Committee has cut the request by $350 million, providing only $50 million, as a set-aside within the existing CDBG program. The Administration appreciates the Committee's decisions to fund a number of programs at the levels requested
  • -owned or small business in distressed areas; c) eliminate mandatory pledge of CDBG dollars for CEF loans. -Metro Jobs/Community Development Corporation (CDC) Links. Would target job-poor but CDC-served central-city neighborhoods to create or strengthen
  • extension of the low-income housing tax credit and mortgage revenue bond program. I The House has passed the VA/HUD/IA appropriations bill with the following fiscal 1994 program funding levels: HOME - $1.25 billion; HOPEI - $109 million; and CDBG
  • ' credit and mortgage I revenue bond program. I The House has passed the VA/HUD/IA appropriations bill with the following fiscal 1994 program fuhding levels: HOME - $1.25 billion; HOPE - $109 million; and CDBG - $4.223 billion. ! The Senate is expected
M [4] (Item)
  • VI. Conclusion: Transforming le Dynamics of American Democracy A. B. e. . State CDBG Program-The Congressional Initiative: A Low Risk Model EZ/EC Program~rlePresidents' Initiative: A High Risk Model . I Where Do We Go From Here? Appendix A. B
Title IX [3] (Item)
  • authorities .~hat:. provide an educational or occupational program urider · 11 welfare-to-work, 11 or CDBG recipients that provide· enrichment programs are subject to Title IX, HUD will accept complaints against such recipients brought under Title IX, conduct
  • of spacial mismatch between inner city workers and suburban jobs. This integrated package would grow to approximately the size of the CDBG program in the out years, for a five-year total of $10 billion. Lesser budget options include: (a) trimming to do fewer
AIDS 1994 [1] (Item)
  • : • Improves child care safety and quality and enhances e~ly childhood development. .·· . I. ' Child Care Block Grant (~CDBG) . The proposal would provide an additiomil one million low-income childre,n with day care subsidies through an increase in mandatory
  • CDBG Work Study, and Shelter Plus Care, for persons applying for benefits after 8/22/96 to the six categories of "qualified alien- described in Section 431 (i.e., lawful immigrants). The Department of Justice notice dat~ 8/23/96 concerning exceptions
  • · Bus1ness Investment Companies (that provide venture capital and equity investment) I Development COOperatives and Credit Unions Title XX and CDBG funds might also be used for training and wages for technical assistance provided by such institutions
[05/08/1997] (Item)
  • and substitute a $3.6 billion unallocated rescission of non- defense discretionary funding (requiring the President to make such reductions) . o Thune/Pomeroy amendment to transfer $500 million from FEMA disaster relief to CDBG o Solomon amendment to reduce Nunn
[09/08/1998] (Item)
  • . Also, it may be possible to find ways to encourage states to use their CDBG or HOME funds to target the creation of farmworker housing. FinaIly, it may be possible to waive some housing regulations if the H-2A worker were housed in established housing
  • would be subjected to an across­ the-board reduction of 44 percent. Programs in this category include CDBG, technology, education, science and housing programs. . o The President is reluctant to approve any compromise that reduces the overall nu~ber·of
Path 5/4/98 (Item)
  • . (HaS) Ryan White (HHS) Homeless Family Support (HaS) Family Resource Centers (HaS] Subs!. Abuse Prevention (HHS) H01}§~G &: CQMMUNITX DEVELOPMENT: CDBG mUD) Public &; Indian Housing Modernization (BUD) Drug Elimination Grants or COMPAC (HUD
  • and single fam\}y housing built on the same sites, Participating cities would be asked to forgive all existing local tax liens ort the property and contlibute additional public funds (possibly including HOME or CDBG funds) 10 support redevelopment
  • & building rehlbilitatioll, and public serW:e projects. Funds ..-e alloclled to conununities by finUa. Boch the C"d:J and Couaty of Los Aagdes wiD receive funds that can be ued to lmd clewlopmena projects ill riot kJm l«liom oflm Anaeles. FundiDg for CDBG
  • request for $400 million for a Community Empowerment Fund to generate jobs in distressed communities. The Committee provides only $85 million as a set-aside within the existing CDBG program, with over 75 perce~t earmarked for specific projects
Letters [1] (Item)
  • sources of funding, including CDBG, in future years. FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY: For each new unit-equivalent of housing assistance secured. HUD already requires public housing authorities to offer a like number of families supportive ser\ ices and job
  • community.:.. based policing efforts that would increase police presence on public housing complexes. Additionally, if the stimulus package ever gets passed, we might also be able to point to CDBG funds as an immediate source of cop new hires for public
  • -owned or small business in distressed areas; c) eliminate mandatory pledge of CDBG dollars for CEF loans. *Metro Jobs/Community Development Corporation (CDC) Links. Would target job-poor but CDC-served central-city neighborhoods to create or strengthen