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CDBG community investment opportunities open

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Community development organization can plan on asking for federal CDBG funds needed to finish work on the palces and buildings local residents use to live in their community. Upcoming meetings in county outlying communities will give locals an opportunity to tell the county's Housing and Community Development Department the work on building a built out community that stays undone.

Earlier CDBG funding improved local community work on local senior centers, parks, streets, drainage systems, and fire stations. Affordable housing building raises the count of affordable homes available to low to moderate income San Diegans.

Applications for the next round of CDBG funding end on October 24.

Local resdients living in outlying county communities from Imperial Beach, and Coronado, out to Vista can attend one of the scheduled meetings to learn about the HOME investment partnership and the CDBG affordable housing program. County representatives will also answer locals' quetions on the Emergency Solutions Grant program used to improve homeless shelters and build new ones, and, to prevent vulnerable families from becoming homeless.

Meetings are scheduled onthe following dates:

Fallbrook

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
Fallbrook Community Center
341 Heald Lane (Eucalyptus Room) Fallbrook, California
10 a.m.

Ramona

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
Ramona Library
1275 Main St.
Ramona, California
2 p.m.

Lincoln Acres

Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014
Lincoln Acres Library
2725 Granger Ave. (Community Room)
National City, CA
10 a.m.

Spring Valley

Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014
Spring Valley Library
836 Kempton St. (Community Room)
Spring Valley, California
3:30 p.m.

Note from the County: *Public meetings in the CDBG participating cities of Coronado, Del Mar, Imperial Beach, Lemon Grove, Poway and Solana Beach and HOME Consortium cities of Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Mesa, San Marcos, Santee and Vista will be conducted by the respective city councils. Please contact these cities directly for their meeting schedules.

There is also a special web meeting at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 30. Visit sdhcd.com for more information onthe meetings.

COunty residents not able to attend a meeting can fill out a comunity eeds survey online.

CDBG block grants are awarded to organizations that make public improvements in a community that build up opportunities locals have to live in decent housing, and, use public places and buildings. Non-profits might get funding they can use to develop low income communities.

THis is a Center Line Policy Alert.

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