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Posted on: August 8, 2017

Moline Submits its Annual Action Plan to HUD

The City of Moline’s (grantee) 2017 Annual Action Plan (AAP) was submitted to HUD on August 3, 2017. HUD will review the consolidated plan upon receipt. The AAP is  considered  approved after 45 days unless HUD notifies the grantee before that date that it is disapproved. The AAP is designed to help the City assess its affordable housing, community development needs and market conditions. The 2017 AAP planning process also serves as the framework for a community-wide conversation to identify housing and community development priorities that align and focus funding from CDBG.

Typically our AAP is due on November 16, the preceding year, but JUD guidance directed grantees to hold off submission until further notice. The City of Moline was made aware of their 2017 annual CDBG allocation on June 14, 2017 and advised all plans were due no later than August 16, 2017.

There are currently thirteen (13) CDBG projects funded in the 2017 AAP. Projects are funded with a total of $1,369,803.00 CDBG dollars; this includes $706,803.00 in new funding and $663,000.00 from previous year carryover.  In 2017, the City of Moline and its Subrecipients will utilize CDBG funds to undertake a range of activities that benefit Moline residents. The target date of completion of these projects is June 30, 2018 due the receipt of our 2017 CDBG funding.  

The proposed projects are:

Habitat for Humanity - $10,000.00
Floreciente - $14,000.00
Stephen's Park - $19,000.00
oline CDC - $20,700.00
Administration - $141,360.60
Code Compliance - $40,500.00
CHS Service Delivery - $100,850.00
Other Program Support - $71,900.00
Sidewalk Program - $66,922.40
Planning & Capacity Building (AFFH) - $5,000.00
Neighborhood Abatement Program - $10,000.00
Community Housing Services Program - $198,670.00
Critical Assistance Program - $25,000.00
Total - $706,803.00

Please contact KJ Whitley, 309-524-2044, with any questions or concerns.

2017 Annual Action Plan
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