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Public Notices                                        

2014-2015  Fair Housing Assessment Part 1 and 2

03-06-2014 Public Notice FY 2014-2015 Public Hearing - Citizen Participation (pdf)

03-06-2014 Public Notice FY2014 HOPWA Request for Proposals (RFP) - 2 (pdf)

 12–20-2013  Public Notice FY 2014 – 2015 HOPWA Request for Proposals (RFP)

10-07-2013  Public Notice FY 2014 – 2015 CDBG Notice of Funds Available (NOFA)

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires the City of Columbia to develop a Consolidated Plan affecting all of its community planning and development and housing programs. The three programs affected by the consolidated plan are: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Section 108 loan guarantees..

 

The citizens of Columbia are encouraged to participate in the development of the Consolidated and Annual Actions Plans. To ensure that citizens are involved in an advisory role in (1) planning, (2) implementation and (3) assessment of Consolidated Plan Programs, the U.S. Department of HUD requires a written plan to show how citizens will be involved in the three areas cited. Community involvement in the Consolidated Plan Programs shall include, but is not limited to, public notices in the local newspapers, website postings, the public hearings process and the Citizens Advisory Committee for Community Development (CAC). The composition of the CAC shall include persons from various neighborhoods and target project areas. City of Columbia Citizen Participation Plan

 

The Citizens Advisory Committee for Community Development will meet at the beginning of each Community Development program year to review and evaluate the effectiveness of the Citizen Participation Plan, which will remain in effect until it is superseded by a new or revised plan. Columbia’s City Council has appointed a Citizen’s Advisory Committee for Community Development consisting of seven (7) members, one member appointed by each city council member and the mayor, who participates in an advisory role in planning, implementing and assessing the entitlement programs (CDBG, HOPWA, and HOPWA). Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) Membership List (as of 04/2015)

 

Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Mr. David Jackson

Mayor

Ms. Patricia W. Brown

Councilman Davis

District 1

Mrs. Paige Moore

Councilman Edward McDowell, Jr.

District II

Mr. Walter Marks

Councilman Baddourah

District III

Mr. Tige Watts, Chairman

VACANCY

District IV

Dr. Anthony Morgan

Councilwoman Isaac-Devine

At-Large

Ms. Ursula Pallares

Councilman Howard E. Duvall, Jr.

At-Large

For more information on Citizen Participation Plan call our office at (803) 545-3373. Public comments regarding Community Development programs can be emailed to Public Comment (click here).

 

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Community Development Department
1225 Lady Street, Suite 102
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Phone: (803) 545-3373 Fax: (803) 255-8912
 
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Columbia, South Carolina 29217
 
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