Executive Branch agency HUD forces Louisiana Gov. to assist low income households, plans released in APA 12.
State of Louisiana published Action Plan Amendment 12, the action plan required by HUD is to show proof the state will be assisting the Low to Moderate Income households as instructed by the Executive Branch Agency, Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

By Murray Wennerlund published 7-21-2019 updated 1-15-2022

All of Louisiana and all Louisianians impacted by the Great Floods of 2016 (51 parishes) take notice!

Our Public Comment period for the final proposed usage of the remaining federal grant money used by the Louisiana Restore Homeowners Program starts July 24th 2019 and ends Aug. 6th, 2019.

Commenting tips for the Great Floods Action Plan Amendment (APA) 12

  1. Submit your opinion
  2. Post ideas and solutions
  3. Reference HUD National Objectives
  4. Identify / Expose Misconduct and Waste
  5. Protect US Taxpayer Dollars
  6. Secure your recovery funding

If you need help with supporting documents and references for your comment please post what you need. Most all items in APA 12 have been researched by me over the last 18 months and I have hundreds of support documents to provide you all with evidence you may need.

This has to be more than a group effort. The APA will increase the overall losses to two different groups totaling over $124 million in flood recovery funds not reaching the homeowners but instead it will be added to the states agenda and the states projects.

No action on your part for public comments that will open this week will end recovery efforts to thousands of Louisiana Families that really need your voice so they can be heard loud and clear.

How to submit your comments is printed on the last page of the Action Plan Amendment 12.

Louisiana 2016 Great Floods APA 12