Rural Housing Service, USDA.
The Rural Housing Service, hereinafter referred to as Housing and Community Facilities Programs (HCFP), announces the availability of housing funds for fiscal year (FY) 2008. This action is taken to comply with 42 U.S.C. 1490p, which requires that HCFP publish in the Federal Register notice of the availability of any housing assistance.
Unless otherwise indicated below, applications are accepted year-round at a local Rural Development office.
Effective Date: March 28, 2008.Start Further Info
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
For information and application assistance contact the appropriate state office from the attached state office listing, or visit our Internet Web site at http://www.offices.usda.gov and select your State. Applicants can also obtain local contact information in a local telephone directory's blue pages under “Rural Development.”
For information regarding this notice contact Myron Wooden, Loan Specialist, Single Family Housing Direct Loan Division, telephone 202-720-4780, for single family housing (SFH) issues and Tammy S. Daniels, Senior Loan Specialist, Multi-Family Housing (MFH) Processing Division, telephone 202-720-0021, for multi-family housing issues, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1400 Independence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20250. (The telephone numbers listed are not toll free numbers).End Further Info End Preamble Start Supplemental Information
The information in this Notice describes how funds for the various Rural Development HCFP programs are distributed.
The following programs are subject to the provisions of Executive Order 12372 that requires intergovernmental consultation with State and local officials. These programs or activities are listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance under Nos. 10.405 Farm Labor Housing (LH) Loans and Grants.
10.410 Very Low to Moderate Income Housing Loans.
10.411 Rural Housing Site Loans and Self-Help Housing Land Development Loans.
10.415 Rural Rental Housing Loans.
10.417 Very Low Income Housing Repair Loans and Grants.
10.420 Rural Self-Help Housing Technical Assistance.
10.427 Rural Rental Assistance Payments.
10.433 Rural Housing Preservation Grants.
10.442 Housing Application Packaging Grants.
Part 1940, subpart L of 7 CFR contains the “Methodology and Formulas for Allocation of Loan and Grant Program Funds.” To apply for assistance under these programs or for more information, contact the USDA Rural Development Office for your area.
Multi-Family Housing (MFH)
A. This Notice provides guidance on MFH funding for the Rural Rental Housing program (RRH) for FY 2008. Allocation computations have been performed in accordance with 7 CFR 1940.575 and 1940.578. For FY 2008, State Directors, under the Rural Housing Assistance Grants (RHAG), will have the flexibility to transfer their initial allocations of budget authority between the Single Family Housing (SFH) Section 504 Rural Housing Grants and section 533 Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) programs.
B. MFH loan and grant levels for FY 2008 are as follows:
|MFH Loan Programs Credit Sales||$1,475,864|
|Section 514 Farm Labor Housing (LH) loans*||27,545,076|
|Section 515 Rural Rental Housing (RRH) loans||69,510,000|
|Section 521 Rental Assistance (RA) and 502(c)(5)(C) Advance||472,757,370|
|Section 516 LH grants||9,930,000|
|Sections 525 Technical and Supervisory Assistance (TSA) and Section 509 Housing Application Packaging Grants (HAPG) (Shared between single and multi-family housing)*||0|
|Section 533 Housing Preservation grants (HPG)**||9,593,704|
|Section 538 Guaranteed Rural Rental Housing Program||129,090,000|
|Preservation Revolving Loan Fund Demonstration Program*||6,421,642|
|Sections 514, 515 and 516 Multi-Family Housing Revitalization Demonstration Program (MPR)***||19,860,000|
|Rural Housing Voucher Demonstration Program*||4,965,000|
|* Does Not Include Carryover Funds.|
|** Includes Carryover Funds.|
|*** Stated at the budget authority level, rather than at the program level.|
II. Funds Not Allocated to States
A. Credit Sales Authority. For FY 2008, $1,475,864 will be made available for credit sales to program and nonprogram buyers. Credit sale funding will not be allocated by State.
B. Section 538 Guaranteed Rural Rental Housing Program. Guaranteed loan funds have been made available Start Printed Page 16625under a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) published in the Federal Register on February 4, 2008. Additional guidance is provided in the NOFA.
C. Sections 514, 515 and 516 Multi-Family Housing and Revitalization Demonstration Program (MPR) for Fiscal Year 2008. The MPR program is designed to preserve and revitalize Section 515 multi-family rental housing properties and sections 514/516 Off-farm labor housing properties. The program is designed to utilize several demonstration revitalization tools to restructure debt and financing of an aging portfolio of rental properties. The goal of the MPR program is to ensure that properties have sufficient resources to continue providing safe and affordable housing for low-income rural residents.
D. USDA Rural Development Voucher Demonstration Program. The USDA Rural Development Voucher program, authorized under section 542 of the Housing Act of 1949, is designed to provide tenant protections in properties that prepay their mortgages after October 1, 2005. These vouchers are portable and will enable tenants to continue to access affordable housing without benefit of the traditional rental assistance program.
III. Farm Labor Housing (LH) Loans and Grants.
The Administrator has the authority to transfer the allocation of budget authority between the two programs. Upon the closing date of the NOFA, the Administrator will evaluate the responses and determine proper distribution of funds between loans and grants.
A. Section 514 Farm LH Loans
1. These loans are funded in accordance with 7 CFR 1940.579(a).
|FY 2008 Appropriation||$27,545,076|
|Available for Off-Farm Loans||19,158,807|
|Available for On-Farm Loans||2,000,000|
|National Office Reserve||6,386,269|
2. Off-Farm loan funds have been made available under a NOFA published in the Federal Register on March 12, 2008. Additional guidance is provided in the NOFA.
B. Section 516 Farm LH Grants
1. Grants are funded in accordance with 7 CFR 1940.579(b). Unobligated prior year balances and cancellations will be added to the amount shown.
|FY 2008 Appropriation||$9,930,000|
|Available for LH Grants for Off-Farm||7,447,500|
|National Office Reserve||2,482,500|
2. Labor Housing grant funds for Off-Farm have been made available under a NOFA published in the Federal Register on March 12, 2008. Additional guidance is provided in the NOFA.
C. Labor Housing Rental Assistance (RA). It is anticipated that Labor Housing RA will not be available for Fiscal Year 2008.
IV. Section 515 RRH Loan Funds
|FY 2008 Section 515 Rural Rental Housing allocation (Total)||$69,510,000|
|New Construction funds and set-asides||14,529,124|
|Set-aside for nonprofits||6,255,900|
|Set-aside for underserved counties and colonias||3,475,500|
|Set-aside for EZ, EC, or REAP Zones||1,456,524|
|State RA designated reserve||1,000,000|
|Rehab and repair funds and equity||40,036,226|
|Rehab and repair loans||35,036,226|
|Designated equity loan reserve||5,000,000|
A. New Construction Loan Funds. New construction loan funds have been made available using a national NOFA published in the Federal Register on March 12, 2008. Additional guidance is provided in the NOFA.
B. National Office New Construction Set-asides. The following legislatively mandated set-asides of funds are part of the National office set-aside:
1. Nonprofit Set-aside. An amount of $6,255,900 has been set-aside for nonprofit applicants. All nonprofit loan proposals must be located in designated places as defined in 7 CFR 3560.
2. Underserved Counties and Colonias Set-aside. An amount of $3,475,500 has been set aside for loan requests to develop units in the underserved 100 most needy counties or colonias as defined in section 509(f) of the Housing Act of 1949 as amended. Priority will be given to proposals to develop units in colonias or tribal lands.
3. EZ, EC or REAP Zone Set-aside. An amount of $1,456,524 has been set-aside for loan requests to develop units in EZ or EC communities or REAP Zones until June 30, 2008.
C. Designated Reserves for State RA. An amount of $1,000,000 of Section 515 loan funds has been set-aside for matching with projects in which an active State sponsored RA program is available. The State RA program must be comparable to the HCFP RA program.
D. Repair and Rehabilitation Loans. All funds will be held in the National Office and will be distributed based upon rehabilitation needs to projects selected and processed under the FY 2008 MPR NOFA.
E. Designated Reserve for Equity Loans. An amount of $5,000,000 has been designated for the equity loan preservation incentive described in 7 CFR 3560. The $5 million will be further divided into $4 million for equity loan requests currently on the pending funding list and $1 million to facilitate the transfer of properties from for-profit owners to nonprofit corporations and public bodies. Funds for such transfers would be authorized only for for-profit owners who are currently on the pending funding list who agree to transfer to nonprofit corporations or public bodies rather than to remain on the pending list. If insufficient transfer requests are generated to utilize the full $1 million set-aside for nonprofit and public body transfers, the balance will revert to the existing pending equity loan funding list.
F. General Reserve. There is one general reserve fund of $14,944,650. Some examples of immediate allowable uses include, but are not limited to, hardships and emergencies, HCFP cooperatives or group homes, or RRH preservation.
V. Section 533 HPG
|Total Available (Includes carryover funds)||$9,593,704.00|
|Less General Reserve||957,570.40|
|Less Set-aside for EZ, EC or REAP Zones||595,800.00|
|Total Available for Distribution||8,040,333.60|
See the end of this Notice for HPG state allocations. Fund availability has been announced in a NOFA that was published in the Federal Register on February 20, 2008.
The amount of $595,800 is set-aside for EZ, EC or REAP Zones until June 30, 2008.
Single Family Housing (SFH)
I. General. All SFH programs are administered through field offices. For more information or to make application, please contact the Rural Development office servicing your area. To locate these offices, contact the appropriate state office from the attached state office listing, visit our Web site at: http://www.offices.usda.gov, or search the blue pages in your local telephone directory under “Rural Development” for the office serving your area.
A. This Notice provides SFH allocations for FY 2008. Allocation computations have been made in accordance with 7 CFR 1940.563 through 1940.568. Information on basic formula criteria, data source and weight, administrative allocation, pooling of funds, and availability of the allocation are located on a chart at the end of this notice.
B. The SFH levels authorized for FY 2008 are as follows:
|Section 502 Guaranteed Rural Housing (RH) loans:|
|Section 502 Direct RH Loans*||1,121,485,933|
|Credit sales (Nonprogram)||10,000,000|
|Section 504 Housing Repair Loans*||34,409,013|
|Section 504 Housing Repair Grants*/**||29,790,000|
|Section 509 Compensation for Construction Defects**||0|
|Section 523 Mutual and Self-help Housing Grants and Contracts*/**||38,727,000|
|Section 523 Self-Help Site Loans||4,965,000|
|Section 524 RH site Loans||5,045,000|
|Section 306C Water and Waste Disposal (WWD) Grants**||1,000,000|
|* Includes funds for EZ/EC and REAP communities until June 30, 2008.|
|** Carryover funds are not included in the balance.|
C. SFH Funding Not Allocated to States. The following funding is not allocated to states by formula. Funds are made available to each state on a case-by-case basis.
1. Credit sale authority. Credit sale funds in the amount of $10,000,000 are available only for nonprogram sales of Real Estate Owned (REO) property.
2. Section 523 Mutual and Self-Help Technical Assistance Grants. $38,727,000 is available for Section 523 Mutual and Self-Help Technical Assistance Grants. Of these funds, $993,000 is set-aside for EZ, EC or REAP Zones until June 30, 2008. A technical review and analysis must be completed by the Technical and Management Assistance (T&MA) contractor on all predevelopment, new, and existing (refunding) grant applications.
3. Section 523 Mutual and Self-Help Site Loans and Section 524 RH Site Loans. $4,965,000 and $5,045,000 are available for Section 523 Mutual Self-Help and Section 524 RH Site loans, respectively.
4. Section 306C WWD Grants to Individuals in Colonias. The objective of the Section 306C WWD individual grant program is to facilitate the use of community water or waste disposal systems for the residents of the colonias along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The total amount available to Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas will be $1,000,000 for FY 2008. This amount is transferred from the Rural Utilities Service (RUS) to HCFP for processing individual grant applications.
5. Natural Disaster Funds. Funds are available until exhausted to those states with active Presidential Declarations.
II. State Allocations
A. Section 502 Nonsubsidized Guaranteed RH (GRH) Loans
1. Purchase—Amount Available for Allocation.
|Less National Office General Reserve||1,090,994,365|
|Less Special Outreach Area Reserve||467,569,014|
|Basic Formula—Administrative Allocation||3,400,000,000|
a. National Office General Reserve. The Administrator may restrict access to this reserve for states not meeting their goals in special outreach areas.
b. Special Outreach Areas. FY 2008 GRH funding is allocated to states in two funding streams. Seventy percent of GRH funds may be used in any eligible area. Thirty percent of GRH funds are to be used in special outreach areas. Special outreach areas for the GRH program are defined as those areas within a state that are not located within a metropolitan statistical area (MSA).
c. National Office Special Area Outreach Reserve. A special outreach area reserve fund has been established at the National Office. Funds from this reserve may only be used in special outreach areas.
2. Refinance—Amount available for allocation.
|Less National Office General Reserve||269,375,804|
|Basic Formula—Administrative Allocation||0|
a. Refinance Funds. Refinance loan funds will be distributed from the National Office on a case-by-case basis.
b. National Office General Reserve. The Administrator may restrict access to this reserve for states not meeting their goals in special outreach areas.
B. Section 502 Direct RH Loans
1. Amount Available for Allocation. Start Printed Page 16627
|Less Required Set-Aside for:|
|Underserved Counties and Colonias||56,074,296|
|EZ, EC and REAP Set-aside||17,978,388|
|Less General Reserve||170,148,593|
|Hardships & Homelessness||2,000,000|
|Rural Housing Demonstration Program||1,000,000|
|Program funds for the sale of REO properties||25,000,000|
|Less Designated Reserve for Self-Help||175,000,000|
|Basic Formula—Administrative Allocation||702,284,655|
a. State Office Reserve. State Directors must maintain an adequate reserve to fund the following applications:
(i) Hardship and homeless applicants including the Direct Section 502 loan and Section 504 loan and grant programs.
(ii) Rural Home Loan Partnerships (RHLP) and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) loans.
(iii) States will leverage with funding from other sources.
(iv) Areas targeted by the state, according to its strategic plan.
b. National Office Reserves.
(i) General Reserve. The National Office has a general reserve of $170.1 million. Of this amount, the Administrator's reserve is $30,000,000. One of the purposes of the Administrator's reserve will be for loans in Indian Country. Indian Country consists of land inside the boundaries of Indian reservations, communities made up mainly of Native Americans, Indian trust and restricted land, and tribal allotted lands. Another purpose of the reserve will be to provide funding for subsequent loans for essential improvements or repairs and transfers with assumptions. The Administrator's reserve may also be made available to states beginning in the 3rd quarter when demand for funds is unusually high.
(ii) Hardship and Homelessness Reserve. $2 million has been set aside for hardships and homeless.
(iii) Rural Housing Demonstration Program. $1 million has been set aside for innovative demonstration initiatives.
(iv) Program Credit Sales. $25 million has been set aside for program sales of REO property.
c. Homeownership Partnership. $112.1 million has been set aside for Homeownership Partnerships. These funds will be used to expand existing partnerships and create new partnerships, such as the following:
(i) Department of the Treasury, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI). Funds will be available to fund leveraged loans made in partnership with the Department of Treasury CDFI participants.
(ii) Partnership initiatives established to carry out the objectives of the Rural Home Loan Partnership (RHLP).
d. Designated Reserve for Self-Help. $175 million has been set-aside to assist participating Self-Help applicants. The National Office will contribute 100 percent from the National Office reserve. States are not required to contribute from their allocated Section 502 funds.
e. Underserved Counties and Colonias. An amount of $56,074,296 has been set-aside for the 100 underserved counties and colonias.
f. Empowerment Zone (EZ), Enterprise Community (EC) or Rural Economic Area Partnership (REAP) set-aside. An amount of $17,978,388 has been set-aside until June 30, 2008, for loans in EZ, EC or REAP zones.
g. State Office Pooling. If pooling is conducted within a state, it must not take place within the first 30 calendar days of the first, second, or third quarter. (There are no restrictions on pooling in the fourth quarter.)
h. Suballocation by the State Director. The State Director may suballocate to each area office using the methodology and formulas required by 7 CFR part 1940, subpart L. If suballocated to the area level, the Rural Development Manager will make funds available on a first-come, first-served basis to all offices at the field or area level. No field office will have its access to funds restricted without the prior written approval of the Administrator.
C. Section 504 Housing Loans and Grants. Section 504 grant funds are included in the Rural Housing Assistance Grant program (RHAG) in the FY 2008 appropriation.
1. Amount available for allocation.
|Less 5% for 100 Underserved Counties and Colonias||1,720,450|
|EZ, EC or REAP Zone Set-aside||627,666|
|Less General Reserve||733,915|
|Basic Formula—Administrative Allocation||31,326,982|
|Less 5% for 100 Underserved Counties and Colonias||1,489,500|
|Less EZ, EC or REAP Set-aside||595,800|
|Less General Reserve||1,649,895|
|Basic Formula—Administrative Allocation||26,054,805|
2. Reserves and Set-asides.
a. State Office Reserve. State Directors must maintain an adequate reserve to handle all anticipated hardship applicants based upon historical data and projected demand.
b. Underserved Counties and Colonias. $1,720,450 and $1,489,500 have been set-aside for the 100 underserved counties and colonias until June 30, 2008, for the Section 504 loan and grant programs, respectively.
c. Empowerment Zone (EZ) and Enterprise Community (EC) or Rural Economic Area Partnership (REAP) Set-aside (Loan Funds Only). $627,666 and $595,800 have been set-aside through June 30, 2008, for EZ, EC or REAPs for the Section 504 loan and grant programs, respectively.
d. General Reserve. $733,915 for Section 504 loan hardships and $1,649,895 for Section 504 grant extreme hardships have been set-aside in the general reserve. For Section 504 grants, an extreme hardship case is one requiring a significant priority in funding, ahead of other requests, due to severe health or safety hazards, or physical needs of the applicant. Start Printed Page 16628
|No.||Description||Section 502 nonsubsidized guaranteed RH loans||Section 502 direct RH loans||Section 504 loans and grants|
|1||Basic formula criteria, data source, and weight||See 7 CFR 1940.563(b)||See 7 CFR 1940.565(b)||See 7 CFR 1940.566(b) and 1940.567(b).|
|Western Pacific Area||$4,000,000||$2,000,000||$500,000 loan $500,000 grant.|
|3||Pooling of funds:|
|a. Mid-year pooling||If necessary||If necessary||If necessary.|
|b. Year-end pooling||August 14, 2008||July 17, 2008||July 17, 2008.|
|c. Underserved counties & colonias||N/A||June 30, 2008||June 30, 2008.|
|d. EZ, EC or REAP||N/A||June 30, 2008||June 30, 2008.|
|e. Credit sales||N/A||June 30, 2008||N/A.|
|4||Availability of the allocation:|
|a. first quarter||40 percent||25 percent||25 percent.|
|b. second quarter||70 percent||50 percent||50 percent.|
|c. third quarter||90 percent||75 percent||75 percent.|
|d. fourth quarter||100 percent||100 percent||100 percent.|
1. Data derived from the 2000 U.S. Census is available on the Web at: http://census.sc.egov.usda.gov.
2. Due to the absence of Census data.
3. All dates are tentative and are for the close of business (COB). Pooled funds will be placed in the National Office reserve and made available administratively. The Administrator reserves the right to redistribute funds based upon program performance.
4. Funds will be distributed cumulatively through each quarter listed until the National Office year-end pooling date.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD).
To file a complaint of discrimination write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.Start Signature
Dated: March 20, 2008.
Russell T. Davis,
Administrator, Rural Housing Service.
|State||Formula factor||Total allocation|
|Start Printed Page 16629|
|Steve Pelham, Vann McCloud, Sterling Centre, 4121 Carmichael Road, Suite 601, Montgomery, AL 36106-3683, (334) 279-3400|
|Chad Padgett, Deborah Davis, Suite 201, 800 W. Evergreen, Palmer, AK 99645-6539, (907) 761-7705|
|Eddie Browning, Ernie Wetherbee, Phoenix Corporate Center, 230 North First Avenue, Suite 206, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1706, (602) 280-8755|
|Roy Smith, Lawrence McCullough, Room 3416, 700 W. Capitol, Little Rock, AR 72201-3225, (501) 301-3200|
|Benjamin Higgins, Bob Anderson, Agency 4169, 430 G Street, Davis, CA 95616-4169, (530) 792-5800|
|Mike Bennett, Jamie Spakow, Room E100, 655 Parfet Street, Lakewood, CO 80215, (720) 544-2903|
|DELAWARE & MARYLAND|
|Marlene B. Elliott, Pat Baker, 1221 College Park Drive, Suite 200, Dover, DE 19904, (302) 857-3625|
|FLORIDA & VIRGIN ISLANDS|
|Jennifer Delattibodier (Acting), Daryl Cooper, P.O. Box 147010, 4440 NW. 25th Place, Gainesville, FL 32614-7010, (352) 338-3435|
|F. Stone Workman, Douglas Canup, Stephens Federal Building, 355 E. Hancock Avenue, Athens, GA 30601-2768, (706) 546-2162|
|Lorraine Shin, Donald Etes, Room 311, Federal Building, 154 Waianuenue Avenue, Hilo, HI 96720, (808) 933-8309|
|Michael A. Field, Roni Atkins, Suite A1, 9173 W. Barnes Dr., Boise, ID 83709, (208) 378-5600|
|Douglas Wilson, Barry Ramsey, 2118 W. Park Court, Suite A, Champaign, IL 61821, (217) 403-6222|
|Robert White, Paul Neumann, 5975 Lakeside Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46278, (317) 290-3100|
|Mark Reisinger, Tim Helmbrecht, Acting, 873 Federal Bldg., 210 Walnut Street, Des Moines, IA 50309, (515) 284-4663|
|Charles (Chuck) R. Banks, Tim Rogers, 1303 SW. First American Place, Suite 100, Topeka, KS 66604-4040, (785) 271-2700|
|Kenneth Slone, Paul Higgins (Acting), Suite 200, 771 Corporate Drive, Lexington, KY 40503, (859) 224-7322|
|Clyde Holloway, Debbie Redfearn, 3727 Government Street, Alexandria, LA 71302, (318) 473-7920|
|Michael W. Aube, Dale Holmes, P.O. Box 405, 967 Illinois Avenue, Suite 4, Bangor, ME 04402-0405, (207) 990-9118|
|David H. Tuttle, 451 West Street, Amherst, MA 01002, (413) 253-4300|
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|Gene DeRossett, Richard Annis, 3001 Coolidge Road, Suite 200, East Lansing, MI 48823, (517) 324-5100|
|Stephen G. Wenzel, Lance Larson, 410 AgriBank Bldg., 375 Jackson Street, St. Paul, MN 55101-1853, (651) 602-7792|
|George Irvin, Johnny Jones, Federal Bldg., Suite 831, 100 W. Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39269, (601) 965-4325|
|Anita J. (Janie) Dunning, Acting, Randy Griffith, Parkade Center, Suite 235, 601 Business Loop 70 West, Columbia, MO 65203, (573) 876-9301|
|Clark Johnson, Debra Chorlton, Suite B, 900 Technology Boulevard, Bozeman, MT 59715, (406) 585-2551|
|Scot Blehm, Byron Fischer, Federal Bldg., Room 152, 100 Centennial Mall N., Lincoln, NE 68508, (402) 437-5551|
|Larry J. Smith, Bill Brewer, 1390 South Curry Street, Carson City, NV 89703, (775) 887-1222|
|Andrew (Andy) M.G. Law, George Hyatt, 5th Floor N. Suite 500, 8000 Midlantic Drive, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054, (856) 787-7700|
|Ryan Gleason, Art Garcia, Room 255, 6200 Jefferson Street, NE., Albuquerque, NM 87109, (505) 761-4973|
|Patrick Brennan, Jennifer Jackson, The Galleries of Syracuse, 441 S. Salina Street, Suite 357, Syracuse, NY 13202-2541, (315) 477-6417|
|John Cooper, Mel Ellis, Suite 260, 4405 Bland Road, Raleigh, NC 27609, (919) 873-2000|
|Clare Carlson, Mark Wax, Federal Bldg., Room 208, 220 East Rooser, P.O. Box 1737, Bismarck, ND 58502-1737, (701) 530-2061|
|Randall Hunt, Gerald Arnott, Federal Bldg., Room 507, 200 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43215-2477, (614) 255-2500|
|Brent J. Kisling, Tommy Earls, Suite 108, 100 USDA, Stillwater, OK 74074-2654, (405) 742-1000|
|Mark Simmons, Rod Hansen, 1201 NE. Lloyd Blvd., Suite 801, Portland, OR 97232, (503) 414-3300|
|Gary Groves, Frank Wetherhold, Suite 330, One Credit Union Place, Harrisburg, PA 17110-2996, (717) 237-2299|
|Jose Otero-Garcia, Pedro Gomez, IBM Building, Suite 601, 654 Munoz Rivera Avenue, San Juan, PR 00936-6106, (787) 766-5095|
|Tee Miller, Herbert Koon, Strom Thurmond Federal Bldg., 1835 Assembly Street, Room 1007, Columbia, SC 29201, (803) 765-5163|
|Mike Jaspers, Roger Hazuka, Federal Bldg., Room 210, 200 Fourth Street, SW., Huron, SD 57350, (605) 352-1100|
|Mary (Ruth) Tackett, Donald L. Harris, Suite 300, 3322 W. End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203-1084, (615) 783-1300|
|Scooter Brockette, Acting, Scooter Brockette, Federal Bldg., Suite 102, 101 S. Main, Temple, TX 76501, (254) 742-9700|
|John R. Cox, Dave Brown, Wallace F. Bennett Federal Bldg., 125 S. State Street, Room 4311, Salt Lake City, UT 84147, (801) 524-4320|
|VERMONT & NEW HAMPSHIRE|
|Jolinda H. LaClair, Bob McDonald, City Center, 3rd Floor, 89 Main Street, Montpelier, VT 05602, (802) 828-6000|
|Ellen M. Davis, James Reid, 1606 Santa Rosa Road, Suite 238, Richmond, VA 23229-5014, (804) 287-1598|
|Jon DeVaney, Robert Lund, Suite B, 1835 Black Lake Blvd., SW. Olympia, WA 98512-5715, (360) 704-7740|
|Rick Rice, Dianne Crysler, Federal Bldg., Room 320, 75 High Street, Morgantown, WV 26505-7500, (304) 284-4860|
|Frank Frassetto, 4949 Kirschling Court, Stevens Point, WI 54481, (715) 345-7600|
|Del Tinsley, Alan Brooks, Federal Building, Room 1005, 100 East B, P.O. Box 11005, Casper, WY 82602, (307) 233-6700|
|State||State basic formula factor||Total FY 2008 allocation|
|Start Printed Page 16631|
|WEST PAC ISLANDS||0.00239453||2,000|
|100 Underserved Counties/Colonias||56,074|
|Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Community Set-Aside||17,978|
|State||Total FY 2008 allocation||Very low income allocation 45 percent||Low income allocation 55 percent|
|Start Printed Page 16632|
|34 NEW HAMPSHIRE||7,262||3,268||3,994|
|35 NEW JERSY||6,700||3,015||3,685|
|36 NEW MEXICO||10,349||4,657||5,692|
|37 NEW YORK||20,546||9,246||11,300|
|38 NORTH CAROLINA||29,209||13,144||16,065|
|40 NORTH DAKOTA||6,299||2,835||3,464|
|63 PUERTO RICO||10,123||4,555||5,568|
|45 RHODE ISLAND||4,441||1,998||2,443|
|46 SOUTH CAROLINA||17,074||7,683||9,391|
|47 SOUTH DAKOTA||7,452||3,353||4,099|
|64 VIRGIN ISLANDS||5,065||2,279||2,786|
|62 WEST PAC ISLANDS||2,000||900||1,100|
|57 WEST VIRGINIA||11,791||5,306||6,485|
|100 Underserved Counties/Colonias||56,074||25,233||30,841|
|State||State basic formula factor||FY 2008 state basic formula allocation||Additional administrative allocation FY 2008||Total FY 2008 allocation|
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|Special Outreach Areas Reserve||467,569,014|
|**Total includes FY 2007 Carryover and Rescission.|
|State||State basic formula factor||Total FY 2008 allocation|
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|National Office Reserve||269,375,804|
|** Includes FY 2007 Carryover.|
|State||State basic formula factor||Total FY 2008 allocation|
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|34 NEW HAMPSHIRE||0.00533998||165|
|35 NEW JERSEY||0.00402807||125|
|36 NEW MEXICO||0.01723147||534|
|37 NEW YORK||0.02829025||876|
|38 NORTH CAROLINA||0.04993409||1,547|
|40 NORTH DAKOTA||0.00445144||138|
|63 PUERTO RICO||0.01361295||422|
|45 RHODE ISLAND||0.00061002||19|
|46 SOUTH CAROLINA||0.02721728||843|
|47 SOUTH DAKOTA||0.00727218||225|
|64 VIRGIN ISLANDS||0.00348170||108|
|62 WEST PAC ISLANDS||0.00407807||500|
|57 WEST VIRGINIA||0.01464971||454|
|100 Underserved Counties/Colonias||1,720|
|Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Community Set-Aside||628|
|State||State basic formula factor||Total FY 2008 allocation|
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|34 NEW HAMPSHIRE||0.00589663||151|
|35 NEW JERSEY||0.00461712||118|
|36 NEW MEXICO||0.01420178||364|
|37 NEW YORK||0.03156987||809|
|38 NORTH CAROLINA||0.05019393||1,286|
|40 NORTH DAKOTA||0.00470192||121|
|63 PUERTO RICO||0.01023070||262|
|45 RHODE ISLAND||0.00074832||19|
|46 SOUTH CAROLINA||0.02591134||664|
|47 SOUTH DAKOTA||0.00723669||185|
|64 VIRGIN ISLANDS||0.00243791||62|
|62 WEST PAC ISLANDS||0.00280568||500|
|57 WEST VIRGINIA||0.01559911||400|
|100 Underserved Counties/Colonias||1,490|
|Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Community Set-Aside||596|
|Underserved state||Sum of rural populations||Percentage||Weight||502 Direct||502 VL (45%)||502 Low (55%)||504 Loan||504 Grant|
|West Pac Islands||5,920||0.45||1||374||168||206||11||10|
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|Total FY 08||56,074||1,720||1,490|
|COLONIAS||502 Direct||502 VL||502 Low||504 Loan||504 Grant|
|State||No.||502 VL EZ/EC/REAP amount||502 Low EZ/EC/REAP amount||504 Loan EZ/EC/REAP amount|
|State||State basic formula factor||Total FY 2008 allocation|
|National Office Reserve||75,503,383|
|** Includes FY 2007 Carryover.|
[FR Doc. E8-6332 Filed 3-27-08; 8:45 am]
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