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Announcement of Funding Awards for FY 1999 Public and Indian Housing Economic Development and Supportive Services Carryover

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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing, HUD.


Announcement for funding awards.


In accordance with Section 102(a)(4)(C) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989, this announcement notifies the public of funding awards for Fiscal Year (FY) 1999 to housing agencies (HAs), Tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) under the Economic Development and Supportive Services (EDSS) Carryover Program. The purpose of this Notice is to publish the names and addresses of the award winners and the amount of the awards made available by HUD to enable these HAs, Tribes/TDHEs to establish and implement programs that increase resident self-sufficiency, and support continued independent living for elderly or disabled residents.

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Michael Diggs, Director, Grants Management Center, Office of Public and Indian Housing, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 501 School Street, SW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20024, telephone (202) 358-0221. For the hearing or speech impaired, these numbers may be accessed via TTY (text telephone) by calling the Federal Information Relay Service at 1 (800) 877-8339. (Other than the “800” TTY number, these telephone numbers are not toll-free.)

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The EDSS Carryover Program is designed to provide HAs, Tribes, or TDHEs with a range of resources that broaden the number of opportunities for families to overcome barriers to economic self-sufficiency, particularly those affected by welfare reform. EDSS funding also provides resources that address the needs of elderly or disabled persons so that they can continue independent living without institutionalization.

The 1999 awards announced in this Notice were selected for funding in a competition announced in a Federal Register Notice published on March 10, 1999 (64 FR 12028). Applications were scored and selected for funding based on the selection criteria in that Notice.

A total of $8,051,660.00 was awarded to 49 EDSS Carryover grantees, who Start Printed Page 31183submitted comprehensive implementation plans, to enable them to increase resident self-sufficiency and support continued independent living for elderly or disabled residents.

Approximately $23.5 million in funding was available for eligible HAs, Tribes and TDHES. This amount is comprised of $6,727,034 from the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 1997 (Pub. L. 104-204, 110 Stat. 2874, approved September 26, 1996), and $16,772,966 from the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies Appropriation Act, 1998 (Pub. L. 105-65, 111 Stat. 1344, approved October 27, 1997). HUD set aside $1.4 million to fund applications from Tribes/TDHEs; the remaining funds were available to fund eligible applications from HAs.

The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance number for the EDSS program is 14.863.

In accordance with section 102(a)(4)(C) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (103 Stat. 1987, 42 U.S.C. 35445), the Department is publishing the names, addresses, and amounts of those awards as show in Appendix A.

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Dated: May 10, 2000.

Harold Lucas,

Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing.

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Appendix A—Public and Indian Housing Economic Development and Supportive Services Carryover Funding Awards for FY 1999

Applicant nameApplicant addressCityStateZip CodeFunded
Huntsville Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 486HuntsvilleAlabama35804-$500,000
Evergreen Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 187, 130 Rabb DrEvergreenAlabama36401-22,500
Tuscaloosa Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 2281TuscaloosaAlabama35403-307,250
Tingit-Haida Regional Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 32237JuneauAlaska99803-223150,000
Tucson Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 27210TucsonArizona85726-154,000
Gila River Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 528SacatonArizona85247-263,750
San Bernardino Housing Authority1053 North “D” StreetSan BernardinoCalifornia92410-432,750
Ventura Housing Authority1400 West Hillcrest DrNewbury ParkCalifornia91320-47,912
West Palm Beach Housing Authority3801 Georgia AvenueWest Palm BeachFlorida33405-150,000
Clearwater Housing Authority210 S. Ewing AvenueClearwaterFlorida33756-150,000
Orlando Housing Authority300 Reeves CourtOrlandoFlorida32801-401,750
Lawrenceville Housing Authority502 Glenn Edge DriveLawrencevilleGeorgia30045-32,500
Dublin Housing Authority500 West Mary StreetDublinGeorgia31040-136,750
Milledgeville Housing Authority400 North Glenn StreetMilledgevilleGeorgia31061-80,750
Guam Housing & Urban Renewal117 Bien Venida AvenueSinajanaGuam96926-150,000
Bloomington Housing Authority104 East Wood StreetBloomingtonIllinois61701-92,000
New Albany Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 11New AlbanyIndiana47150-272,000
Housing Authority of HopkinsvilleP.O. Box 437HopkinsvilleKentucky42241-04341,250
Housing Authority of GlasgowP.O. Box 1745GlasgowKentucky42142-17491,750
Housing Authority of Hickman50 Holly CourtHickmanKentucky42050-9,500
Housing Authority of Pikeville327 Hellier StreetPikevilleKentucky41501-59,740
Housing Authority of Cattlettsburg210 24th StreetCattlettsburgKentucky41129-24,250
Housing Authority of Fort FairfieldP.O. Box 230, 255 Maine StFort FairfieldMaine04742-492,700
Allegany County Housing Authority701 Furnace StCumberlandMaryland21502-7,500
Flint Housing Authority132 Franklin BlvdFlintMichigan48341-220,250
MRHA V110 Broad StNewtonMississippi39345-04168,000
Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeP.O. Box 213NixonNevada89424-02143,346
Atlantic City Housing Authority *227 N. Vermont Ave. 17thAtlantic CityNew Jersey08401-200,000
Atlantic City Housing Authority227 N. Vermont Ave. 17thAtlantic CityNew Jersey08401-407,000
Camden Housing Authority1300 Admiral WilsonCamdenNew Jersey18109-500,000
Union City Housing Authority3911 Kennedy BlvdUnion CityNew Jersey07087-114,000
Secaucus Housing Authority700 County AvenueSecaucusNew Jersey07094-100,000
Rochester Housing Authority140 West AvenueRochesterNew York14611-274350,487
Binghamton Housing Authority35 Exchange StreetBinghamtonNew York13902-150,000
Hickory Housing AuthorityP.O. Brawer 2927HickoryNorth Carolina28603-77,250
Housing Authority of RaleighP.O. Box 28007RaleighNorth Carolina27611-397,250
Housing Authority of Salisbury200 South Boundary StreetSalisburyNorth Carolina28145-139,500
Haliwa-Saponi TribeP.O. Box 2343FayettevilleNorth Carolina28302-134,112
Housing Authority of Clackamas CountyP.O. 1510Oregon CityOregon97045-58,671
North Bend City Housing Authority1700 Monroe StreetNorth BendOregon97459-12,500
Columbia Housing Authority (Elderly)1917 Harden StreetColumbiaSouth Carolina29204-144,842
Columbia Housing Authority (Family)1917 Harden StreetColumbiaSouth Carolina57262-50,000
Sisseton-WahpetonP.O. Box 687SissetonSouth Dakota57262-150,000
Oak Ridge Housing Authority10 Van Hicks LaneOak RidgeTennessee37830-29,000
Galveston Housing Authority4700 BroadwayGalvestonTexas77551-353,250
Danville RHA651 Cardinal PlaceDanvilleVirginia24541-150,000
KITSAP Co Consolidated Housing Authority9265 Bayshore Drive, NWSilverdaleWashington98383-34,000
Cheyenne Housing Authority3304 Sheridan StreetCheyenneWyoming82009-36,850
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