Subject Louisiana Submission of Great Floods Non-Substantial Action Plan Amendment 9.

FAQ#: 147 published 8-3-2019

First Email to HUD From Louisiana OCD-DRU:

From: Lori Dupont
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 9:01 AM
To: 'DisasterRecovery@hud.gov' <DisasterRecovery@hud.gov>
Cc: Pat Forbes <Patrick.Forbes@LA.GOV> Stacy Bonnaffons <Stacy.Bonnaffons@LA.GOV> 'Flanery, Ryan D'
<Ryan.D.Flanery@hud.gov> 'Parker, Tennille S' <Tennille.S.Parker@hud.gov> 'Erinn.M.Martin@hud.gov'
<Erinn.M.Martin@hud.gov> 'Adriane.T.Burgess@hud.gov' <Adriane.T.Burgess@hud.gov> 'sonya.m.brister@hud.gov'
<sonya.m.brister@hud.gov>

Subject: Louisiana Submission of Great Floods Non-Substantial Action Plan Amendment 9

Please accept this submission of the Louisiana Office of Community Development, Disaster Recovery Unit's Non Substantial Action Plan Amendment No. 9 for the Utilization of Community Development Block Grant Funds in Response to the Great Floods of 2016. This Action Plan Amendment No. 9 modifies the reimbursement award structure of the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Program. It also provides a technical clarification of award caps related to certain components of the Program, to include mobile homes and
elevation in the cases of reconstruction. This Action Plan Amendment is considered non-substantial, as it does not amend program budgets and it does not change the beneficiaries of a program.

Kindest Regards,
Lori Dupont
Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Office of Community Development-Disaster Recovery Unit
State of Louisiana
225-342-1626

 

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