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File #: RES 18-983    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: President and Board of Trustees
On agenda: 10/1/2018 Final action: 10/1/2018
Title: Resolutions Approving the Program Year (PY) 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Agreements with Subrecipients and Authorizing their Execution
Attachments: 1. a) Resolution for AACF-PY2018 HUD Grant, 2. b) Agreement for AACF-PY2018 HUG Grant, 3. c) Resolution for Community Support Services-PY2018 HUD Grant, 4. d) Agreement for Community Support Services-PY2018 HUD Grant, 5. e) Resolution for Hephzibah-PY2018 HUD Grant, 6. f) Agreement for Hephzibah-PY2018 HUD Grant, 7. g) Resolution for Housing Forward Shelter-PY2018 HUD Grant, 8. h) Agreement for Housing Forward Shelter-PY2018 HUD Grant, 9. i) Resolution for Housing Forward Employment-PY2018 HUD Grant, 10. j) Agreement for Housing Forward Employment-PY2018 HUD Grant, 11. k) Resolution for NAMI-PY2018 HUD Grant, 12. l) Agreement for NAMI-PY2018 HUD Grant, 13. m) Resolution for New Moms-PY2018 HUD Grant, 14. n) Agreement for New Moms-PY2018 HUD Grant, 15. o) Resolution for Oak Leyden-PY2018 HUD Grant, 16. p) Agreement for Oak Leyden-PY2018 HUD Grant, 17. q) Resolution for OP Regional Housing Center FHO-PY2018 HUD Grant, 18. r) Agreement for OP Regional Housing Center FHO-PY2018 HUD Grant, 19. s) Resolution for OP Regional Housing Center FH Admin-PY2018 HUD Grant, 20. t) Agreement for OP Regional Housing Center FH Admin-PY2018 HUD Grant, 21. u) Resolution for OPRF Food Pantry-PY2018 HUD Grant, 22. v) Agreement for OPRF Food Pantry-PY2018 HUD Grant, 23. w) Resolution for OPRF Infant Welfare Society-PY2018 HUD Grant, 24. x) Agreement for OPRF Infant Welfare Society-PY2018 HUD Grant, 25. y) Resolution for Sarah's Inn-PY2018 HUD Grant, 26. z) Agreement for Sarah's Inn-PY2018 HUD Grant, 27. za) Resolution for UCP Seguin-PY2018 HUD Grant, 28. zb) Agreement for UCP Seguin-PY2018 HUD Grant, 29. zc) Resolution for Way Back Inn-PY2018 HUD Grant, 30. zd) Agreement for Way Back Inn-PY2018 HUD Grant, 31. ze) Resolution for West Cook YMCA-PY2018 HUD Grant, 32. zf) Agreement for West Cook YMCA-PY2018 HUD Grant, 33. zg) Resolution for Alliance ESG-PY2018 HUD Grant, 34. zh) Agreement for Alliance ESG-PY2018 HUD Grant, 35. zi) Resolution for Housing Forward ESG-PY2018 HUD Grant, 36. zj) Agreement for Housing Forward ESG-PY2018 HUD Grant
Submitted By
Tammie Grossman, Development Customer Services Director

Reviewed By
LKS

Agenda Item Title
Title
Resolutions Approving the Program Year (PY) 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Agreements with Subrecipients and Authorizing their Execution

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Overview
Overview
There are eighteen Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions grant (ESG) Resolutions and Agreements recommended which represent the allocation of funding for all the Board-approved projects for Program Year 2017. It is necessary to enter into the Program Year 2018 Subrecipient agreements with the agencies (Subrecipients) so that they can expend their CDBG and ESG grant funds. The Agreements clearly outline the terms and conditions of their grants with the Village and HUD.

Body
Staff Recommendation
Approve the Resolutions authorizing the execution of Program Year 2018 CDBG and ESG Agreements with these Subrecipients.

Fiscal Impact
There is no fiscal impact to the Village.

Background
As an Entitlement Community, the Village of Oak Park receives an annual CDBG and ESG grant allocation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and uses the funds for a variety of locally-determined projects.

The follow Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions grant (ESG) Resolutions and Agreements represent the allocation of funding for all the Board-approved projects for Program Year 2017. It is necessary to enter into the Program Year 2018 Subrecipient agreements with the agencies (Subrecipients) so that they can expend their CDBG and ESG grant funds. The Agreements clearly outline the terms and conditions of their grants with the Village and HUD.

CDBG Pubic Services, Public Facility Improvements & Administration
1. African American Christian Foundation with $3,348 CDBG grant
2. Community Support Services with $7,253 CDBG grant
3. Hephzibah with $16,737 CDBG grant
4. Housing Forward Emerge...

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