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Announcement of Funding Awards for the Welfare-to-Work Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Program for Fiscal Year 1999

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AGENCY:

Office of Public and Indian Housing, HUD.

ACTION:

Announcement of funding awards.

SUMMARY:

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 decisions made by the Department in a competition for funding under the FY 1999 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Welfare-to-Work Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Program. This announcement contains the consolidated names and addresses of those award recipients under the Section 8 Welfare-to-Work Rental Voucher program.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

For questions concerning the Welfare-to-Work Section 8 Voucher awards, contact the Office of Public and Indian Housing's Grant Management Center, Director, Michael E. Diggs, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C., 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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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

This program provides tenant-based Section 8 rental assistance (vouchers) to help eligible families make the transition from welfare to work. Tenant-based Section 8 rental assistance is to be provided in connection with programs where housing agencies (HAs), Indian tribes and their tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs) have demonstrated that tenant-based rental assistance is critical to the success of eligible families in obtaining or retaining employment. No additional funding was provided under the NOFA for welfare-to-work services for families. Funding was only for Section 8 Welfare-to-Work rental voucher housing assistance and regular Section 8 administrative fees for administration of such housing assistance. The rental assistance provided must be coordinated with other welfare reform and welfare-to-work initiatives. Recipients awarded Welfare-to-Work vouchers may use some of their current pool of other Section 8 voucher funding to augment the welfare-to-work vouchers in order to enlarge the pool of vouchers available to those families qualifying for the recipient's approved welfare-to-work program.

The Fiscal Year 1999 awards announced in this Notice were selected for funding in a competition announced in a NOFA published in the Federal Register on January 28, 1999 (64 FR 4496). Applications were scored and selected for funding based on the selection criteria in that Notice and a national competition.

The amount appropriated in Fiscal Year 1999 to fund Welfare-to-Work Rental Vouchers was $283,000,000. Of that amount, $2.83 million was reserved for HUD to conduct a detailed evaluation of the effect of providing Section 8 Welfare-to-Work Rental Voucher assistance. Another $32,340,700 was awarded to 8 HAs for local self-sufficiency/welfare-to-work initiatives in 8 set-aside communities under a separate Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) published March 8, 1999. The remaining $247,829,300 was made available to fund 113 applications in rank order beginning with the highest scoring application under the national competition, and inclusive of 121 HAs and/or tribes/TDHEs funded, when accounting for multiple HAs in neighboring jurisdictions filing under one joint application. 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. 3545), the Department is publishing the names, addresses, and amounts of the 121 awards made under the national competition, including joint applicants, and the 8 set-aside awards in Appendix A to this document.

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Dated: July 24, 2000.

Harold Lucas,

Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing.

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Notice of Funding Availability for the FY 1999 Public and Indian Housing Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Program

ApplicantContactStreet AddressCityStateZipFundingUnits
1 Housing Authority of Walker CountyCharles D. BartonP.O. Box 607DoraAlabama35062152,46969
2 Housing Authority of PrichardCharles Pharr800 Hinson AvenuePritchardAlabama366102,593,879525
3 Phoenix Housing AuthorityJames Boozer830 East Jefferson St.PhoenixArizona85034331,82150
4 Los Angeles CountyCarlos Jackson4800 E Cesar Chavez AveLos AngelesCalifornia900224,358,125700
5 Los Angeles CityDonald J. Smith2600 Wilshire Blvd.Los AngelesCalifornia900574,850,684700
6 Housing Authority of Fresno CityEdward L. Stacey1331 Fulton Hall P.O. Box 11985FresnoCalifornia93776-19852,666,969700
J* Housing Authority of Fresno CountyEdward L. Stacey1331 Fulton Hall P.O. Box 11985FresnoCalifornia93776-19852,666,969700
7 Sacramento Co. Housing AuthorityAnne Moore630 I St.SacramentoCalifornia958143,318,718700
8 Merced Housing AuthorityMitchell C. Sperling405 U St.MercedCalifornia953402,086,811400
9 San Joaquin Housing AuthorityAntonio PizanoP. O. Box 447StocktonCalifornia952012,543,047700
10 Tulare Housing AuthorityTim SciacquaHousing Authority of Tulare P.O. Box 791VisaliaCalifornia932791,300,303400
11 Monterey Housing AuthorityJames Nakashima123 Rico St.SalinasCalifornia939072,240,073450
12 Marin Housing AuthorityJanet Miller Schoder4020 Civic Center Dr.San RafaelCalifornia94903598,31760
13 Vallejo Housing AuthorityGary W. Truelson251 Georgia St. PO Box 1432VallejoCalifornia945903,653,401639
14 San Jose City Housing AuthorityJohn C. Burns505 W. Julian St.San JoseCalifornia951103,861,432366
15 Santa Clara Housing AuthorityJohn C. Burns505 W. Julian StreetSan JoseCalifornia951107,395,824700
16 Almeda City Housing AuthorityOphelia Basgal22941 Atherton St.HaywardCalifornia94541-6633689,835100
17 Plumas CoMartin ZoneP. O. Box 319QuincyCalifornia95971200,33160
18 Anaheim Housing AuthorityElisa Stipkovich201 S. Anaheim Suite 203AnaheimCalifornia928053,946,239700
19 Culver CityJody Hall-Esser9770 Culver BlvdCulver CityCalifornia90232353,69675
20 Norwalk Housing AuthorityErnie Garcia12035 Firestone BlvdNorwalkCalifornia90650563,947100
21 Colorado Springs Housing AuthorityRichard Sullivan30 South Nevada Suite 304Colorado SpringsColorado80903630,976125
22 Jefferson County Housing AuthorityAlan Feinstein6025 W. 38th AvenueWheat RidgeColorado800331,023,253200
23 Colorado Dept. of Human ServicesMarva L. Hammons4131 S. Julian WayDenverColorado802361,095,885160
24 Department of Social ServicesRita M. Pacheco25 Sigourney St.HartfordConnecticut061069,139,1841489
25 Tampa Housing AuthorityJerome D. Ryans1514 Union St.TampaFlorida336072,725,197450
26 Lakeland Housing AuthorityHerbert HernandezP. O. Box 1009LakelandFlorida33802-10091,195,353373
27 Broward CountyKevin Cregan1773 North State Rd 7LauderhillFlorida333131,653,268250
J* Fort LauderdaleWilliam Lindsey437 S.W. 4th AvenueFort LauderdaleFlorida333151,023,917150
J* Pompano BeachRalph AdderlyP.O. Box 2006Pompano BeachFlorida33061-2006387,03975
J* HollywoodTeresa Vomsaal7300 North Davie RD ExtensionHollywoodFlorida33024638,764100
28 Augusta Housing AuthorityJacob OgelsbyP.O. Box 3246AugustaGeorgia30914-32461,961,301700
29 Atlanta Housing AuthorityRenee Lewis Glover1720 Peachtree St., NW Suite 500AtlantaGeorgia303093,372,579450
30 Georgia Department of Community AffairsTerry Ball60 Executive Park South, NEAtlantaGeorgia303298,242,7372000
31 Hawaii Co Housing AuthorityStephen K. Yamashiro50 Wailuku Dr.HiloHawaii96720909,974200
32 Maui County Housing AuthorityJames H. Apana200 South High StWailuku, MauiHawaii967933,326,754370
33 Hawaii HCDC (Honolulu)Donald K. W. LauHousing & Community Developm P.O. Box 17907HonoluluHawaii968177,043,0551108
34 Chicago HAJoseph Shuldiner626 West Jackson BlvdChicagoIllinois606614,059,616700
J* Lake CountyAlon Jeffrey33928 North Route 45GrayslakeIllinois60030-1700411,03975
J* DuPage CountyJohn Day128A S. County Farm Rd.WheatonIllinois601871,129,246150
J* Cook CountyGary Jump310 S. Michigan 15th FloorChicagoIllinois627,202100
35 Champaign Housing AuthorityElawence Davis205 W. Park Ave.ChampaignIllinois618201,322,983200
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36 Housing of HopkinsvilleWilliam L. Jones400 North Elm St. P.O. Box 437HopkinsvilleKentucky42241-0437241,65860
37 Housing Authority of Pike CountyGaye NewsomePO Box 1468PikevilleKentucky41502620,501185
38 Boston Housing AuthoritySandra B. Henriquez52 Chauncy StBostonMassachusetts021113,337,263300
39 Massachusetts Dept. of Hsg & Comm Dev.Jane W. GambleOne Congress St.BostonMassachusetts0211413,041,6712000
40 Housing Authority of Baltimore CityDaniel Henson417 E Fayette St.BaltimoreMaryland212024,120,895700
41 Housing Opportunities CommissionRichard J. Ferrara10400 Detrick Ave.KensingtonMaryland208951,586,185200
42 Housing Authority of RockvilleGeorge T. Young14 Moore Dr.RockvilleMaryland20850411,95250
43 St. Mary's County Housing AuthorityDennis Nicholson23115 Leonard Hall Dr. P.O. Box 653LeonardtownMaryland206501,024,513200
44 Baltimore County Dept of Social ServicesLois B. CramerOne Investment PlaceSuite P-3 TowsonMaryland212042,047,776700
45 Plymouth (Wayne)Sharon Lee Thomas1160 SheridanPlymouthMichigan481702,831,688408
46 Ann Arbor HC (Wahtenaw)Elizabeth A. Lindsley727 Miller AvePlaza 1, 5th FloorAnn Arbor Michigan481031,361,970250
47 Grand Rapids HCCarlos A. Sanchez1420 Fuller, SEGrand RapidsMichigan49507914,187250
48 WyomingMichelle R. Scott2450 36th St SWWyomingMichigan49509783,934175
49 MSHDA—Benton HarborLarry Valencic401 South Washington SquareP.O. Box 30044 LansingMichigan4890966,20620
50 MSHDA—Muskegon/HollandLarry Valencic401 South Washington SquareP.O. Box 30044 LansingMichigan48909601,069160
51 MSHDA—Grand Rapids (non-metro)Larry Valencic401 South Washington SquareP.O. Box 30044 LansingMichigan489091,984,861500
52MSHDA—JacksonLarry Valencic401 South Washington Square P.O. Box 30044 LansingMichigan4890965,63920
53 MSHDA—LansingLarry Valencic401 South Washington SquareP.O. Box 30044 LansingMichigan48909213,03150
54 St. Paul Housing AuthorityBarbara Sporlein480 Cedar StSt. PaulMinnesota55101250,53345
55 Metropolitan Council HRAJames Solem230 East Fifth St.St. PaulMinnesota55101646,278150
56 Billings Housing AuthorityLucy Brown2415 1st Ave. NorthBillingsMontana59101303,78775
J* Missoula Housing AuthorityEdward Mayer1319 E. Broadway MissoulaMontana59802146,01440
57 Raleigh Housing AuthoirtySteve BeamP.O. Box 28007RaleighNorth Carolina27611-80073,942,569700
58 Laurinburg Housing AuthorityNancy WalkerP. O. Box 1437LaurinburgNorth Carolina28353290,229100
59 Northwestern Regional Housing AuthorityEG Ned FowlerP. O. Box 2510BooneNorth Carolina28607354,580100
60 New Hampshire Housing Finance AuthorityClaire MonierP. O. Box 5087ManchesterNew Hampshire031082,571,740500
61 Newark Housing AuthorityRobert Graham57 Sussex AveNewarkNew Jersey071035,271,130700
62 Perth Amboy Housing AuthorityDouglas Dzema881 Amboy Ave PO Box 390Perth AmboyNew Jersey088621,326,589160
63 West New York Housing AuthorityRobert DiVincent6100 Adams StWest New YorkNew Jersey07093955,780146
64 Bergen County Housing AuthorityJack R. D'Ambrosio21 Main St—Court Plaza South Room 307WHackensackNew Jersey760170004,809,722700
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65 Monmouth County Housing AuthorityHarry Larrison, Jr.Monmouth County Hsg Agy PO Box 3000FreeholdNew Jersey077283,624,354500
66 Albuquerque Housing AuthorityGerald Ortiz y Pino P. O. Box 1292AlbuquerqueNew Mexico871033,155,326700
67 Las Vegas Housing AuthorityFrederick A. Brown420 N. 10th St.Las VegasNevada891014,713,157700
68 New York Housing AuthorityPaul Graziano250 BroadwayNew YorkNew York100075,767,747700
69 Albany NY Housing AuthoritySteven Longo4 Lincoln SquareAlbanyNew York12202-16322,196,332497
70 Rochester Housing AuthorityThomas McHugh140 West AveRochesterNew York146111,875,010450
71 Geneva Housing AuthorityAndrew TymanP. O. Box 153GenevaNew York14456222,72450
72 City of Niagara Falls Housing AuthorityJames C. Galie1022 Main St. PO Box 69Niagara FallsNew York14302-0069277,302100
73 Town of Colonie Housing AuthorityMary BrizzellMemorial Town HallNewtonvilleNew York12128174,56350
74 Lucas MHADennis Morgan211 S Byrne RdToledoOhio43615836,030200
75 Akron MHAAnthony W. O'Leary100 West Cedar St.AkronOhio44307348,854100
76 Zanesville MHAPhilip Allen407 Pershing Rd.ZanesvilleOhio43701147,64750
77 Licking Housing AuthoritySylvia Ray Taylor85 West Church StreetNewarkOhio43055411,459100
78 Hamilton MHADavid Krings138 East Court St Room 507CincinnatiOhio45202420,445100
79Housing Authority of the Cherokee NationDavid SutherlandCherokee Nation HA PO Box 1007TahlequahOklahoma744653,054,381638
80 Tulsa Housing AuthorityRoy Hancock415 E. Independence P. O. Box 6369TulsaOklahoma74148-03692,267,702400
81 Norman Housing AuthorityKay Absher700 North Berry Rd.NormanOklahoma73069390,872100
82 Douglas County Housing AuthorityE Ilona McCracken902 West Stanton StRoseburgOregon97470139,19435
83 Housing Authority of the City of SalemMarcia KingP. O. Box 808SalemOregon97308-0808931,180225
84 Washington CountySusan Wilson111 NE Lincoln St #200-LHillsboroOregon971243,158,812700
J* PortlandDennis L. West135 S.W. Ash St.PortlandOregon972044,344,065700
85 Mid-ColumbiaRuby Mason506 East Second St.The DallasOregon97058194,60850
J* Umatilla CountyStanley Stradley155 S.W. 10th St.HermistonOregon97838189,27050
86 Central Oregon Regional Hsg AuthorityCyndy Cook2445 SW Canal BlvdRedmondOregon97756448,102100
87 Confederated Tribes of SiletzConnie HoffmanSiletz Indian Housing Authorit PO Box 549SiletzOregon97380214,67737
88 Butler Co. Housing AuthorityPerry O'MalleyP.O. Box 1917ButlerPennsylvania16003-19171,180,584300
89 Montgomery County Housing AuthorityRonald Jackson1875 New Hope St.NorristownPennsylvania19401309,20450
90 Easton Housing AuthorityGary A. Smith157 S. 4th St.EastonPennsylvania18044245,50050
91 Chester County Housing AuthorityTroy L. Chapman30 West Barnard St. 1st FloorWest ChesterPennsylvania19382329,63650
92 Aiken Housing AuthorityRegional Barner100 Rodgers TerraceAikenSouth Carolina29801812,113165
93 Chattanooga Housing AuthorityMichael Kucharzak505 West ML King Blvd. P. O. Box 1486ChattanoogaTennessee374012,631,924650
94 Austin Housing AuthorityJames L. HargroveP.O. Box 6159AustinTexas78762-61593,593,260700
95 Houston Housing AuthorityErnie EtukHousing Authority of Houston PO Box 2971HoustonTexas77252-29713,596,301700
96 City of Amarillo, Commty Service DivisionJohn WardP. O. Box 1971AmarilloTexas79101-1971422,905100
97 Hidalgo County Housing AuthorityMike Lopex1800 N. Texas Blvd.WeslacoTexas78596322,844100
98 Texoma Council of Governments (Fanning)Frances Pelley3201 Texoma Parkway Suite 240ShermanTexas75090161,76150
99 Texoma Council of Governments (Grayson)Frances Pelley3201 Texoma Parkway Suite 240ShermanTexas75090376,453100
100 Salt Lake County Housing AuthorityScott Lancelot3595 South Main St.Salt Lake CityUtah841142,411,669400
101 Salt Lake CityRosemary Kappes1776 S. West TempleSalt Lake CityUtah84115-1816988,722200
102 St. George Housing AuthorityBrenda Butler975 N 1725 W #101St. GeorgeUtah84770292,08380
103 Chesapeake Housing AuthorityBrenda Willis1468 S. Military Highway P.O. Box 1304ChesapeakeVirginia233271,507,277350
104 Virginia HDA (Bedford, Culpepper)John Ritchie601 S. Belvidere St.RichmondVirginia232206,401,365860
105 King County Housing AuthoritiesStephen Norman120 Sixth Ave. NorthSeattleWashington98109-50034,306,414700
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J* Seattle Housing AuthorityHarry Thomas120 Sixth Ave. NorthSeattleWashington98109-50034,564,687700
106 Everett Housing AuthorityAllan L. White3107 ColbyEverettWashington98206-15474,219,735575
J* SnohomishRobert E. Davis12625 4th Avenue, West Suite 200EverettWashington982043,667,860700
107 Island County Housing AuthoritySteven Gulliford7 NW 6th St.CoupevilleWashington98239-3400203,32335
108 Bellingham/Whatcom CountyJohn HarmonP. O. Box 9701BellingtonWashington98227-97011,961,427430
109 Thurston County Housing AuthorityChristine Lowell503 West 4th Ave.OlympiaWashington985011,279,537250
110 Spokane Housing AuthorityMary Jo HarveyW 55 Mission Suite 104SpokaneWashington99201-32982,468,483700
111 City of Wala WalaWashington252,72275
112 KenoshaMark McCarthy625 52nd St Room 98KenoshaWisconsin53140-3480$746,495200
113 Parkersburg Housing AuthorityDonna J. Morris1901 Cameron AveParkersburgWest Virginia26101$655,040233
SUBTOTALS247,829,29944798
1 Alaska Housing Finance AgencyDaniel R. FauskeP.O. Box 101020AnchorageAlaska995104,000,000652
2 San BernardinoJohn McGrath1053 North D St.San BernardinoCalifornia924104,000,000700
3 Miami-DadeMerrett Stierheim111 NW 1st St. 29th FloorMiamiFlorida331254,000,000581
4 Prince Georges CountyJalal Green9400 Peppercorn Place Suite 200LargoMaryland207744,000,000469
5 Kansas CityDallas Parks712 BroadwayKansas CityMissouri641054,000,000700
6 Charlotte Housing AuthorityHarrison ShannonP.O. Box 36795CharlotteNorth Carolina282364,000,000700
7 New York City DHPDRichard T. Roberts100 Gold StNew YorkNew York100384,340,700700
8 CuyahogaTerri Hamilton1441 West 25th StClevelandOhio441134,000,000700
SUBTOTALS32,340,7005202
HUD Evaluation Study2,830,000
TOTALS282,999,99950000
J = joint application with multiple HAs
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