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From: Kim Jupiter <Kim.Jupiter@la.gov>
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2018 2:13 PM
To: Disaster_Recovery <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> Martin, Erinn M
<Erinn.M.Martin@hud.gov> Burgess, Adriane T <Adriane.T.Burgess@hud.gov> Brister, Sonya M
Subject: Resubmission: Louisiana Submission of Great Floods Non-Substantial Action Plan Amendment 9
Louisiana Office of Community Development, Disaster Recovery Unit would like to withdraw the Action Plan Amendment submitted on Wednesday July 18, 2018 and replace with the attached Non Substantial Action Plan Amendment No. 9 for the Utilization of Community Development Block Grant Funds in Response to the Great Floods of 2016.
Kimberly H. Jupiter
Disaster Recovery Unit (DRU)
Office of Community Development
(225) 342-7419 of
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