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Wooster CDBG Presentation 6/2013

Wooster CDBG Presentation 6/2013

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Learn about CDBG grants and proposed projects for the City of Wooster's 2013 Application. (Originally presented June 12, 2013).
Learn about CDBG grants and proposed projects for the City of Wooster's 2013 Application. (Originally presented June 12, 2013).

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2013 CDBG AllocationGrant Application
12 June 2013
Presented by: City of Wooster –Department of Community Service and Development 
 About Community DevelopmentBlock Grant (CDBG)
CDBG is a federally-funded program:
 –Improve quality of life for low-to-moderate income persons, andalso to remove slum and blight
Wooster received an Allocation of $75,000 for 2013
 –The City may apply for up to $75,000 for qualifying projects
Household Size:
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Low-Income (80%Median)
$34,100$39,000$43,850$48,700$52,600$56,500$60,400$64,300
VeryLow Income(50% Median)
$21,350$24,400$27,450$30,450$32,900$35,350$37,800$40,200
Extreme Low (30%Median)
$12,800$14,600$16,450$18,250$19,750$21,200$22,650$24,100
Wayne County Low-to-Moderate Income Definition:
 –Wayne County 2013 Median Household income: $60,900
 
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 About Community DevelopmentBlock Grant (CDBG)
CDBG –LMI Blocks
 –51 percent of projectbeneficiaries must beLMI. Please note LMIBlock Group Map –Wooster CDBG LMIarea rests withinWard 1 and Ward 2. –Citywide, 41 percent of Wooster residents areconsidered LMI.
 
Project #1:
 Viola StartzmanFree Clinic
In 2012, Viola StartzmanFree Clinic provided:
 –Care for 2,303 low-income patients (10,674 visits) –19,045 medications –1,320 dental visits –Operated with 350 volunteers and 15 staff members.
Funding in 2012: $13,300
Proposed Funding in 2013: $13,300
 –Please seehttp://startzmanfreeclinic.org/for more information
 
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Project #2:
Fair Housing Services
2012 CDBG-Funded Fair Housing Services supported:
 –Wooster Fair Housing Hotline: 1.800.850.0467(36 Calls in 2012) –Educational training on fair housing (Four Classes) and Outreach –CDBG requires communities to have Fair Housing Services –2012 services contracted to Donald B. Eager & Associates Inc.
2012 Fair Housing Funding: $3,500
Proposed 2013 Funding: $3,500
 –Please visit:www.hud.gov/fairhousing
 
Project #3:
Sidewalk Spot Replacement
Safe sidewalks are critical in anyneighborhood. LMI households are morelikely to rely on sidewalks as a primarymode of transportation.
Project Objective: Spot-Repair sidewalksto provide LMI neighborhoods with moreaccessible connections to Downtownamenities and recreation.
Proposed 2013 Funding: $58,200
 –No assessment is required as the grant covers100% of cost. –Please visit:www.development.ohio.gov

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