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CDBG Funding Public Hearing for Plan Review

Thursday April 23, 2009 02:43 pm - 2232 Views

Gustav/Ike Recovery Draft Application Plan, Community Development Block Grant Funding Public Hearing for Plan Review: The Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, Department of Planning and Zoning has received notice that Terrebonne Parish will receive at least $67,000,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to assist in rebuilding the parish after the hurricanes and $10,000,000 specifically for affordable rental housing in the Parish. There will be a second round of funding in the future that could be as much as $55,000,000. The Parish is required to develop a plan for spending these funds. Several public meetings have been held to receive ideas from the public at large to help determine the best use of these funds. The Parish has developed a Draft Application Plan that will be presented at a public meeting to be held:

Monday April 27, 2009 5:30-7:00 Council Chambers Government Towers 8026 Main Street
Those who want a copy of the state framework that outlines the types of projects that are eligible for funding or the Gustav/Ike Recovery Draft Application Plan can come to the planning office or download the plan from the "News and Announcements" section of the website at The office is located at 8026 Main Street, Suite 402, Houma, Louisiana 70360. If you have further questions, call Jennifer Gerbasi at (985) 873-6565. Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government encourages the participation of minorities, non-English speaking persons, the disabled, low-income persons, the elderly, residents of public housing developments, community-based organizations, and all others. Those persons who wish to participate but may be hindered by disabilities or who are non-English speaking are urged to notify the Planning and Zoning Department at least three days in advance of the meeting so that special arrangements can be made. A TDD device is available for the hearing impaired. Citizens wishing to participate that are unable to attend the hearing may submit written correspondence via e-mail or U.S. Postal Service to the addresses listed above. Click here for the Preliminary Priority Project List Handout.


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