I want to know why IEM and Emergent Method is using our state resources to conducted contract business for the State of North Carolina ReBuild NC ?
They email using our resources and have meetings scheduled from our networks. If we pay $353 million to IEM and $1 million to Nick Spryrer I would like someone from this state to tell them to setup offices in North Carolina and conduct their business from North Carolina and not our networks here in Louisiana.
Why are we paying out of the 2016 flood allocations a company called Fugro to assist our ?Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority $2,312,117 ($2.3 million) for the ?La Watershed Initiative Services that is 100% FUNDED by Public Law 115-123?
First it was $10 million then $8 million more, $2.5 million more, $1 million more.
At this rate everyone with an SBA loan that earns more than 120% AMI will get ZERO. We are -$172 million if we want to help the SBA loan issue DRRA Stafford Act Amendment that you work so hard for in Public Law 115-254 Section 1210. Why are we paying millions to Forbes from the 2016 CDBG-DR allocations when the CDBG-MIT allocations are $1.2 BILLION and ready next month?
Do you realize the state is going to spend this money faster than our 2016 storms money and even less will be used to actually help with drainage.
Applicants: 15,252 for a total $585,283,602.35
LMI applicants: 7,666 for $321,706,599.31 (55.0%)
Urgent Need applicants: 7,586 for $263,577,003.04 (45.0%)
How can the state publish numbers showing "Obligated Grants" match perfectly to HUD requirements of 55% / 45% when Obligated grants change based on applicant stages on any given day of the week?
I have seen two pipeline reports that were padded by 6% to match HUD requirements of 55% before monies were spent on other programs.
1. July 13, 2018 ($10 million and $110 million)
2. Feb. 9, 2019 ($172 million)
In both cases pipeline reports which are the numbers used to send to HUD showed a change from monthly average of 0.5% to 6% to meet the 55% LMI requirement before the state moved money to other programs.
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During a meeting in October 2019 between HUD, SBA and the OCD-DRU directors and managers it was discussed it would be better to issue a single payee check directly to the SBA. Management is then asking the SBA to send to the disaster victim any overages from the check.
How will the homeowner be notified when the check is sent?
How will the homeowner be shown the breakdown of the money paid to the SBA? Will it say, SBA Loan, Reimbursements, Repairs?
What office and what department will take our calls and emails asking about the status of our checks and our possible reimbursements?
Has your office been informed of this discussion and were you invited to the conference call with the SBA, HUD and OCD-DRU?
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Public Awareness Campaign for all SBA Loan victims promised by Governor Edwards that your money would be safe.
July 2018 Edwards increases reimbursement from 50% to 100%, takes little into consideration about homeowners.
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Are there specific rules, policies or guidance that the states have to tell their citizens to protect them from being deemed ineligible for future federal disaster recovery funds?
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