Housing Affairs Letter

Alaska

(HOMELESS CAMPS) Alaska Homeless Camp Raid Fought

The American Civil Liberties Union sues the state of Alaska to halt police raids on homeless camps where tents, sleeping bags and other personal belongings are seized and destroyed. ACLU claims

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HUD To Issue Individual NOFAs

HUD won't provide a comprehensive SuperNOFA this year, but plans to publish its notices as they are approved. The disclosure is part of the department's General Section, which is traditionally

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Indian Job-Pirating Ban Sought

Native American tribes and Alaskan natives would be barred from using Indian Community Development Block Grants money to move businesses out of one labor market to another if the move

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CA, FL to Gain Most from CDBG Fund

Officials at a Washington, DC think-tank say California and Florida are likely to be the top beneficiaries of the $4 billion in Community Development Block Grants to be used to buy back foreclosed properties.

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Spending Bill Grinds To A Halt

Key congressional Democrats are in a quandary over how to continue the FY 2009 appropriations process without getting bogged down in extraneous minutiae. Aside from the prospect of presidential vetoes, the leaders are faced with a united Republican

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USDA Home Energy Efficiency Aid

Homeowners and business operators in several states will receive nearly $20 million in Agriculture Department funds to become more energy-efficient. USDA made the awards to 14 different organizations in eight states and the Marshall Islands through the

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Indian, Alaskan NOFA Competition

58 million in Community Development Block Grant money under HUD's FY 2008 SuperNOFA, according to a May 4 HUD notice. Technically, the program receives $62 million, but $3.96 million will be dedicated to

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Indian CDBG Grants Distributed

HUD distributes $55.4 million to six award recipients of FY 2007 Indian Community Development Bock Grants. The department

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