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HUD (CDBG, ESG, HOME) 2020 Annual Action Plan Application

  1. HUD Annual Action Plan Application (CDBG, ESG, HOME) 2020

  2. One Sentence

  3. Project Status

  4. Funding Type*

  5. Organization Type (Check All that Apply)*

  6. Additional Requested Forms (if Applicable)

  7. Proposal Narrative Requirements

  8. Do you have a policy and procedures manual for this program?*

  9. Project Summary, not to exceed 1200 charaters: Activities and/or services proposed, performance targets, National Objectives met, City Goals met, population to be served or area(s) to benefit, work to be performed, and sources and uses of funds.

  10. Applicant Information

    Provide information on the following for each lead and co-applicant, max 1200 characters each:

  11. Does your agency have a personnel policy manual with an affirmative action plan and grievance procedure?*

  12. Justification

    This section will identify which National Objective(s) and City Goal(s) you meet and how. Priority will be given to projects/programs directly addressing the recommendations of the "Schenectady 2020 Comprehensive Plan's Neighborhood Action Plans", "Community Needs Assessment," Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) and the "2015-2019 Federal Consolidated Plan". These documents can be found on the City of Schenectady’s website (www.cityofschenectady.com), in the Department of Development and the Schenectady County Public Library.

  13. Mark which funding source you are applying for (Select 1): *

  14. Which National Objective are you meeting? As required by the CDBG Program (A or B):

  15. Which Local Goal(s) are you meeting? (Select all which apply):

  16. #1: Meet the essential needs for food, shelter, and safety for every individual in the City of Schenectady.

  17. #2: Expand economic and employment opportunities and increase physical and economic mobility for individuals in the City of Schenectady.

  18. #3: Improve and expand affordable housing options in the City of Schenectady.

  19. #4: Strengthen the neighborhoods in the City of Schenectady.

  20. Section 4 - Project Description (no more than 6,000 characters)

  21. Section 5 - Impact (no more than 6,000 characters)

  22. Income Table 2018

  23. Section 6 - Budget

  24. **Entitlement Grant + Match/Leveraged Funds = Total Activity Cost**

  25. **Entitlement Grant + Match/Leveraged Funds = Total Activity Cost**

  26. **Entitlement Grant + Match/Leveraged Funds = Total Activity Cost**

  27. REQUIRED STATEMENT OF APPLICANT

    The undersigned acknowledges the following: 1. That, to the best of its knowledge and belief, all information provided is true and correct and all estimates are reasonable. 2. That the City of Schenectady may request or require changes in the information submitted, and may substitute its own figures, which it deems reasonable for any or all figures provided. That the applicant will participate in required interviews for project assessment and cooperatively assist in the review process. 3. That, if the project(s) is recommended and approved by the Mayor and City Council, the City reserves the right to reduce and/or cancel the allocation if Federal funds are cancelled, reduced, or rescinded. 4. The City of Schenectady reserves the right to reject any submittals received. 5. By submission of this application, the organization agrees to abide by the Federal regulations applicable to this program. 6. That, if the project(s) is funded, the organization agrees to abide by the City’s locally established policies and guidelines. 7. That past program and financial performance will be considered in reviewing this application. 8. That, if the project(s) is funded, the City (or a designated agency) may conduct an accounting system inspection to review internal controls, including procurement and uniform administrative procedures, prior to issuance of payments. 9. That, if project(s) is funded, the City will perform an environmental review prior to the obligation of funds, and the applicant will not begin the activity until notification from the City that the environmental review process has been completed. 10. That, if a project is funded, a written agreement that includes a statement of work, records retention and reporting, program income procedures, local and Federal requirements, circumstances that would trigger grant suspensions and terminations, and reversions of assets would be required between the organization and the City. 11. That the applicant agrees that no beneficiaries of program funding will have conflict of interest issues including issues such as staff members serving on the Board of Directors, staff members’ families serving on the Board of Directors, staff or Board members receiving benefits from the program, and other matters that may give the appearance of a conflict of interest. By signature below, the applicant acknowledges the above:

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