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Announcement of Funding Awards for the Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program for Fiscal Year 2000

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


Announcement of 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 decisions made by the Department in a competition for funding under the Fiscal Year 2000 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program (IHDEP). This announcement contains the consolidated names and addresses of the award recipients under the IHDEP.

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For questions concerning the Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program awards, contact Tracy Outlaw of Native Programs, Denver Program Office, 1999 Broadway, Suite 3390, Denver, CO 80202, telephone (303) 675-1600 (this is not a toll-free number) or the Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program Resource Center at 1-800-839-5561. Hearing or speech-impaired individuals may access this number via TTY by calling the toll-free Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

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This program provides grants to Indian tribes and tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs) to eliminate drugs and drug-related crime in American Indian and Alaskan Native communities.

The FY 2000 awards announced in this Notice were selected for funding in a competition announced in a NOFA published in the Federal Register on Thursday, May 11, 2000 (65 FR 30502). Applications were scored and selected for funding based on the selection criteria in that Notice and a national competition.

The amount appropriated in FY 2000 to fund IHDEP was $22 million in FY 1999 ($11 million) and FY 2000 ($11 for million) in funds was awarded to tribes and TDHEs under the IHDEP. In accordance with Section 102(a)(4)(C) of the Department of Housing Development Reform Act of 1989 (103 Stat. 1987, 42 U.S.C. 3545), the Department is publishing the names, addresses, and amounts of the 57 awards made under the national competition in appendix A to this document.

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Dated: December 13, 2000.

Milan Ordinec,

Acting General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing.

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Awarded Applicants—FY2000 Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program

Applicant nameContactAddressCityStateZip codeFundingUnits
1. Kodiak Island Housing AuthoritySusan Russell3137 Mill Bay RoadKodiakAK99615$184,800308
2. Calista CorporationMatthew Nicolai301 Calista CourtAnchorageAK99518-3028695,7601,338
3. North Pacific Rim Housing AuthorityOlen Harris8300 King StreetAnchorageAK99518-3066141,600236
4. Cook Inlet Housing AuthorityCarol Gore3510 Spenard Rd., St. 201AnchorageAK99503274,200457
5. Bristol Bay Housing AuthorityDavid McClureP.O. Box 50DillinghamAK99576184,800308
6. Tlingit Haida Regional Housing AuthorityBlake KazamaP.O. Box 32237, 5446 Jenkins DriveJuneauAK99803-2237309,053612
7. San Carlos Housing AuthorityEugene DuncanP.O. Box 740PeridotAZ85542389,292888
8. Gila River Housing AuthorityCharles RogersP.O. Box 528SacatonAZ85247633,0001,055
9. Navajo NationKelsey BegayeP.O. Box 9000Window RockAZ865153,000,0007,446
10. White Mountain Apache Housing AuthorityVictor VelasquezP.O. Box 1270WhiteriverAZ85941748,8001,248
11. Salt River Community Housing DivisionValjean Calnimptewa10177 E. Osborn RoadScottsdaleAZ85256282,600471
12. All Mission Indian Housing AuthoritySharon Herrera365 West 2nd Street, Suite 203EscondidoCA92025296,400494
13. Round Valley Indian Housing AuthorityClifford SloanP.O. Box 682CoveloCA9542868,400114
14. Fort Independence TribeVernon MillerP.O. Box 67IndependenceCA9352625,00012
15. Southern Ute Housing AuthorityKevin WilsonP.O. Box 447IgnacioCO81137111,329208
16. Seminole Tribe of FloridaJames Billie6300 Stirling RoadHollywoodFL33024280,200467
17. Nez Perce Tribal Housing AuthorityCielo GibsonP.O. Box 188LapwaiID83540172,200287
18. Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians TDHEBernard Bouschor2218 Shunk RoadSault Ste. MarieMI49783259,200432
19. Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa IndiansDora Willis2605 NW Bay Shore DrivePeshawbestownMI4968236,00060
20. Bay Mills Indian Community Housing AuthorityL. John Lufkins12140 W. Lakeshore DriveBrimleyMI49715123,000205
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21. Red Lake Reservation Housing AuthorityJane BarrettP.O. Box 219, Highway 1 EastRed LakeMN56671286,200477
22. Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Housing AuthorityRaymond Kegg43408 Odena DriveOnamiaMN5635981,000135
23. Leech Lake Housing AuthorityHarry EntwistleCass LakeCassMN56633282,000470
24. White Earth Reservation Tribal CouncilDoyle TurnerP.O. Box 418White EarthMN56591220,800368
25. Choctaw Housing AuthorityMorris CarpenterP.O. Box 6088PhiladelphiaMS39350520,200867
26. Salish and Kootenai Housing AuthorityRobert GauthierP.O. Box 38PabloMT59855395,400659
27. Chippewa Cree Housing AuthorityDonna HayRR 1 Box 567Box ElderMT59521309,000515
28. Blackfeet HousingRoger GroundsP.O. Box 449BrowningMT59417694,2001,157
29. Qualla Housing AuthorityCatherine LambertP.O. Box 1749CherokeeNC28719552,600921
30. Fort Berthold Housing AuthorityBarb BakerP.O. Box 310New TownND58763404,400674
31. Mescalero Apache Housing AuthoritySara MisquezP.O. Box 227MescaleroNM88340207,600346
32. Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeNorman HarryP.O. Box 256NixonNV89424137,830263
33. Reno-Sparks Indian Colony Tribal CouncilArlan Melendez98 Colony RdRenoNV89502104,570195
34. Absentee Shawnee Housing AuthorityGlenn EdwardsP.O. Box 425, 107 N. KimberlyShawneeOK74802-0425436,200727
35. Housing Authority of the Choctaw NationRussell SossamonP.O. Box GHugoOK747431,107,6002,130
36. Comanche Nation Housing AuthorityDon ParkerP.O. Box 1671, 216 S.E. “J” AvenueLawtonOK73502332,400554
37. Housing Authority of the Peoria Tribe of IndiansWilliam BlalockP.O. Box 1304MiamiOK74335259,200432
38. Chickasaw Nation Division of HousingWayne Scribner901 N. Country Club RoadAdaOK74820937,0401,802
39. Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation of OKHastings ShadeP.O. Box 948TahlequahOK74465-09481,607,8403,092
40. Muscogee (Creek) Nation of OklahomaAnn HancockP.O. Box 580OkmulgeeOK74447560,2771,846
41. Kaw Tribal Housing AuthorityMaryln SpringerP.O. Box 371, #9 Kanza LaneNewkirkOK7464770,200117
42. Warm Springs Housing AuthorityChester VanPeltP.O. Box 1167, 1238 Veteran WayWarm SpringsOR97761121,800203
43. Rosebud Sioux TribeWilliam KindleP.O. Box 430RosebudSD57570653,4001,161
44. Sisseton Wahpeton Housing AuthorityRon JonesP.O. Box 687SissetonSD57262371,400619
45. Cheyenne River Housing AuthorityWayne DucheneauxP.O. Box 480Eagle ButteSD57625540,600901
46. Oglala Sioux Lakota Housing AuthorityPaul Iron CloudP.O. Box CPine RidgeSD57770791,9601,523
47. Yankton Sioux Tribal Housing AuthorityJoseph Abdo, Jr.410 South Main StreetWagnerSD57380187,700313
48. Lummi Indian NationJoseph Finkbonner2616 Kwina RoadBellinghamWA98226198,549331
49. Quileute Housing AuthorityAudrey GrafstromP.O. Box 159La PushWA9835039,00065
50. Suquamish TribeBennie ArmstrongP.O. Box 498SuquamishWA9839243,20072
51. Spokane Indian Housing AuthorityBrook KristovichP.O. Box 195WellpinitWA99040174,600291
52. La Du Flambeau Chippewa Housing AuthorityGlory AllenP.O. Box 187La Du FlambeauWI54538196,200327
53. Ho Chunk Housing AuthorityMyra PriceP.O. Box 730TomahWI54660106,800178
54. Menominee Indian Tribe of WisconsinBetty WozniakP.O. Box 910KeshenaWI54135291,600486
55. Stockbridge-Munsee CommunityRobert ChicksP.O. Box 70BowlerWI5441657,60096
56. Lac Courte Oreilles Housing AuthorityLorene Wielgot13416 W. Trepania RoadHaywardWI54843271,200452
57. Northern Arapaho Tribal HousingFrank ArmajoP.O. Box 8236EtheteWY82520232,200387
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