City of Minot Amends CDBG Recovery Spending Programs

— Official News Release, City of Minot — The City of Minot has posted amendments to the city’s Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Action Plans. The first grant in the amount of $67.5 million is being amended to provide funds for a new affordable housing project and to acquire additional properties and remove them

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Rural Input on CDBG Fund Effort

Public participation in the National Disaster Resilience Competition will play a role in the amount of funding awarded so area leaders are reaching out in a public forum in Velva to gather ideas and feedback.

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Minot Citizens Gather to Discuss HUD Dollars

Minot citizens met Tuesday evening to discuss ideas and help City leaders begin forming an application plan for nearly a billion dollars in Federal disaster recovery money.

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Flood Recovery: City Working Towards More CDBG Dollars

The Community Development Block Grant program has been funded with nearly a billion dollars, and the City of Minot qualifies to apply for those dollars because of the 2011 flood. City Manager Lee Staab outlined the application process at Monday’s City Council meeting.

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Flood Protection Update

The plan is complete, approval meetings with the Corp of Engineers are on the schedule, there are funding opportunities that we have our eye on. Best case scenario, wheels turning by 2016.

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