Maine COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) Program. MRwa 2013 annual conference. Public Infrastructure Program. The funding comes from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). For 2014 we have allocated $2,700,000 for Public Infrastructure Grants.
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Maine COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) Program
MRwa 2013 annual conference
Eligible activities in the PI Program are:
Acquisition of utility right of ways, construction, reconstruction/rehab, and installation.
Public infrastructure limited to supporting construction of fully-funded affordable LMI housing.
Eligible planning activities necessary to complete the Project Development Phase.
A CASH match of 25% of the
grant award is required.
1. Water system installation/improvements, sewer system installation/improvements, water/sewer system hookups,
storm drainage, utility infrastructure, dams with the main
purpose of providing the primary water storage facility for
an active water district or municipal system. Maximum Amount: $1,000,000
2. Infrastructure in support of new LMI affordable fully financed housing.
Maximum Amount: $1,000,000
Matching Funds Table with attached letters of commitment; A CASH match of 25% of the
grant award is required.
Public Hearing Notice
The City/Town of _________________
The City/Town of _________________ will hold a Public Hearing on (date) , at (time) , at the (location) to discuss an application being submitted to the State of Maine CDBG program for a (specific name of grant program) . The purpose of the grant application is to state purpose). Public comments will be solicited at this Hearing and will be submitted as part of the application. All persons wishing to make comments or ask questions about the grant application are invited to attend this Public Hearing. Comments may be submitted in writing to: (name of contact, address) at any time prior to the Public Hearing. TDD/TTY users may call (list local TTY number or 711) . If you are physically unable to access any of the City’s/Town’s programs or services, please call (list local contact and phone number), so that accommodations can be made.
Any applicant submitting a non-compliant public hearing notice will have five points deducted from their final application score.