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

FAQ#: 149 published 8-3-2019

From: Brister, Sonya M <Sonya.M.Brister@hud.gov>
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2018 3:10 PM
To: Kim Jupiter Disaster_Recovery
Cc: Pat Forbes Stacy Bonnaffons Flanery, Ryan D Parker, Tennille S Martin, Erinn M
Burgess, Adriane T Jeff Haley
Subject: RE: Resubmission: Louisiana Submission of Great Floods Non-Substantial Action Plan
Amendment 9

Hello Mr. Forbes,
The Department has received and reviewed the State of Louisiana's non-substantial Action Plan Amendment (APA) 9. It is noted that APA 9 modifies the reimbursement award structure of the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Program, and provides a technical clarification of award caps related to certain components of the Program, including mobile homes and elevation in the cases of reconstruction. For the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Program, APA 9 increases the percentage of the award for eligible homeowners in Phases III VI from 50% to 100% of the eligible award amount. The Department notes that the implementation of the this amendment will affect the State's LMI overall benefit percentage, decreasing it from 63% to 58%, based on the State's estimate. While the State is currently on target to exceed the required overall benefit threshold of 55%, HUD will continue to closely monitor the State's progress in this area.

This email serves as HUD's acknowledgement of APA 9.

Thank you,
Sonya M. Brister
CPD Specialist
Office of Block Grant Assistance
Disaster Recovery and Special Issues Division
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
500 Poydras Street, 9th Floor
New Orleans, LA 70130
Sonya.M.Brister@hud.gov
Phone: 504.671.3017
Mobile: 202.500.3034
Fax: 504.671.3019

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