Recovery Act

Opportunities Exist to Increase the Public's Understanding of Recipient Reporting on HUD Programs Gao ID: GAO-10-966 September 30, 2010

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) has provided about $6 billion in grants for three Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs that fund housing or community development. As of March 31, 2010, HUD's Capital Fund awarded nearly $3 billion in grants to 3,134 public housing agencies, the Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R) awarded about $1 billion to 1,167 recipients, and the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) awarded $2.25 billion to 52 state housing finance agencies. The act requires recipients to report specific information on fund use. Recipients began reporting in October 2009. This information is publicly available on Recovery.gov, the official Recovery Act Web site. As requested, for these three HUD programs, the report (1) examines what information recipients are required to report as a part of their descriptions of funded projects, and (2) assesses the extent to which descriptions of a representative sample of 219 grants in Recovery.gov are transparent in providing a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes. GAO reviewed requirements for reporting in the act and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and HUD guidance.

Recovery.gov was designed to track large sums of Recovery Act funds that are being disbursed to thousands of recipients, while also making these efforts more transparent to the public than previous efforts have been. Implementing this system was an extensive undertaking across the federal government and represents a step forward in federal spending transparency. The Recovery Act requires recipients to report specific information about funded projects and activities, including the total amount of Recovery Act funds received, associated obligations and expenditures, and a detailed list of the projects and activities funded. For each project or activity, the detailed list must include its name, description, and completion status. To facilitate implementation of the Recovery Act, OMB created government-wide guidance, including memorandums and a data dictionary. While some OMB guidance reiterates that recipients list all projects and activities funded, its implementing instructions advise recipients to summarize. OMB officials have stated that its broad guidance could not address unique program characteristics effectively and anticipated that agencies would provide more specific guidance. HUD issued limited program-specific guidance, which largely restated the requirements in OMB's data dictionary. The reporting guidance generally advised recipients to summarize or use standard, suggested language. OMB and HUD guidance also did not consistently clarify key terms, such as "project" or "primary place of performance." Some grant recipients followed OMB and HUD guidance, which instructed them to report broad, summary information rather than information on specific projects and activities, as specified in the act. Because the reporting guidance provided did not advise recipients to report details for each project or activity funded or clarify key terms, recipients may have interpreted the guidance differently and reported information inconsistently for similar types of programs. GAO estimated that, for the three selected programs--the Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and TCAP--22 percent of grant descriptions available for the reporting quarter ending March 31, 2010, had reasonably clear and specific information on the attributes GAO evaluated--purpose, scope, location, award amount, nature, expected outcomes or outputs, and status--for the grant and for the projects and activities funded through the grant. Another estimated 55 percent partially met that criteria because the descriptions had at least some information on the attributes evaluated, but to some extent this information was missing, nonspecific, or unclear for the grant, the projects and activities funded through the grant, or both. An estimated 23 percent of the grant descriptions did not meet the criteria. They generally lacked information on these attributes or provided information that was unclear or overly technical for the grant, the projects and activities funded through the grant, or both. GAO found that HUD's databases contained information to improve the descriptions on how funds were used in 85 percent of the grants that partially met or did not meet the criteria. GAO recommends that the HUD Secretary, taking into account the desire for increasing public understanding of how Recovery funds are used and concerns over the cost of reporting, (1) provide clarification of OMB FederalReporting.gov guidance so it better conveys the Recovery Act requirement for recipients to report key information for the specific projects and activities funded, and to define key terms for each program; (2) consider options for reviewing the content of narrative descriptions submitted by recipients into FederalReporting.gov in a targeted manner to ensure that recipients have entered clear and complete information about funded projects and activities; and (3) encourage recipients to leverage other sources of information using links to relevant Web sites.

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Why GAO Did This Study: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) has provided about $6 billion in grants for three Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs that fund housing or community development. As of March 31, 2010, HUD‘s Capital Fund awarded nearly $3 billion in grants to 3,134 public housing agencies, the Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R) awarded about $1 billion to 1,167 recipients, and the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) awarded $2.25 billion to 52 state housing finance agencies. The act requires recipients to report specific information on fund use. Recipients began reporting in October 2009. This information is publicly available on Recovery.gov, the official Recovery Act Web site. As requested, for these three HUD programs, the report (1) examines what information recipients are required to report as a part of their descriptions of funded projects, and (2) assesses the extent to which descriptions of a representative sample of 219 grants in Recovery.gov are transparent in providing a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes. GAO reviewed requirements for reporting in the act and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and HUD guidance. Information on the nature and scope of projects is available in appendixes to this report. What GAO Found: This report focuses on the extent to which descriptions of grants found on Recovery.gov foster a basic understanding of funded activities and expected outcomes. Recovery.gov was designed to track large sums of Recovery Act funds that are being disbursed to thousands of recipients, while also making these efforts more transparent to the public than previous efforts have been. Implementing this system was an extensive undertaking across the federal government and represents a step forward in federal spending transparency. The Recovery Act requires recipients to report specific information about funded projects and activities, including the total amount of Recovery Act funds received, associated obligations and expenditures, and a detailed list of the projects and activities funded. For each project or activity, the detailed list must include its name, description, and completion status. To facilitate implementation of the Recovery Act, OMB created governmentwide guidance, including memorandums and a data dictionary. While some OMB guidance reiterates that recipients list all projects and activities funded, its implementing instructions advise recipients to summarize. OMB officials have stated that its broad guidance could not address unique program characteristics effectively and anticipated that agencies would provide more specific guidance. HUD issued limited program- specific guidance, which largely restated the requirements in OMB‘s data dictionary. The reporting guidance generally advised recipients to summarize or use standard, suggested language. OMB and HUD guidance also did not consistently clarify key terms, such as ’project“ or ’ primary place of performance.“ Some grant recipients followed OMB and HUD guidance, which instructed them to report broad, summary information rather than information on specific projects and activities, as specified in the act. Because the reporting guidance provided did not advise recipients to report details for each project or activity funded or clarify key terms, recipients may have interpreted the guidance differently and reported information inconsistently for similar types of programs. GAO estimated that, for the three selected programs”the Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and TCAP”22 percent of grant descriptions available for the reporting quarter ending March 31, 2010, had reasonably clear and specific information on the attributes GAO evaluated”purpose, scope, location, award amount, nature, expected outcomes or outputs, and status”for the grant and for the projects and activities funded through the grant (see table on next page). Another estimated 55 percent partially met that criteria because the descriptions had at least some information on the attributes evaluated, but to some extent this information was missing, nonspecific, or unclear for the grant, the projects and activities funded through the grant, or both. An estimated 23 percent of the grant descriptions did not meet the criteria. They generally lacked information on these attributes or provided information that was unclear or overly technical for the grant, the projects and activities funded through the grant, or both. GAO found that HUD‘s databases contained information to improve the descriptions on how funds were used in 85 percent of the grants we reviewed that partially met or did not meet the criteria. Table: Estimated Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Met the Transparency Criteria, by Program: Program: Capital Fund; Number of awards: 2,835; Met: 15%; Partially met: 61%; Did not meet: 24%. Program: CDBG-R; Number of awards: 1,123; Met: 40%; Partially met: 40%; Did not meet: 20%. Program: TCAP; Number of awards: 51; Met: 2%; Partially met: 76%; Did not meet: 22%. Program: Total; Number of awards: 4,009; Met: 22%; Partially met: 55%; Did not meet: 23%. Source: GAO. Note: Percentages in the table and those stated below are estimates based on a random sample and, therefore, have associated sampling error. [End of table] The limited degree to which grant descriptions met the criteria on specific projects and activities likely is partly due to reporting guidance that does not consistently reflect Recovery Act requirements and does not provide clear instructions on what constitutes a ’project“ or how to identify ’primary place of performance.“ By not providing such guidance, HUD is missing an opportunity to help recipients more clearly describe discrete, funded work and where it took place. Additionally, GAO found that many TCAP project locations appeared to be incorrectly posted on Recovery.gov. HUD verified that recipients had reported correct locations. GAO referred the matter to the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, which is, among other things, responsible for maintaining the Web site. After conducting its review, the Board concluded that a file configuration error was responsible for the incorrect information on project location. The error, which was not limited to TCAP projects, affected 20,255 out of the 126,556 reports on its Web site. According to the Board, it has corrected this problem, and the location information currently posted on the Web site should accurately capture what recipients reported. Other factors that may have contributed to less transparency in reporting include the structure of the information system into which recipients report (FederalReporting.gov), which is generally not designed to capture project-level data and which has character limits on fields that capture narrative information, and HUD‘s data quality reviews, which do not focus on the helpfulness to the public of information in narrative descriptions. Without HUD routinely assessing these narratives, some recipients may continue to submit descriptions that do not foster a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes. HUD‘s Web site and other publicly available sources contain information on projects and activities but GAO found that grant descriptions do not include references or links to them. As a result, the public generally cannot use Recovery.gov as the sole source of detailed information about projects and activities that the HUD grants funded. Without HUD encouraging recipients to incorporate such links in their descriptions, recipients may miss an opportunity to leverage available information and share it with the public on Recovery.gov. GAO Recommendations to Improve the Transparency of Descriptions of Grants: The administration faced an extensive undertaking in simultaneously delivering large sums of Recovery Act funds to communities while also seeking to provide an unprecedented level of transparency. Although recipient reporting under the act represents a step forward in federal spending transparency, opportunities exist to advance the transparency goals of the act and improve the quality of information reported on Recovery.gov. In prior work, GAO recommended that OMB further public understanding of how and where Recovery Act funds are being spent and expected results. In this report, GAO recommends that the HUD Secretary, taking into account the desire for increasing public understanding of how Recovery funds are used and concerns over the cost of reporting, (1) provide clarification of OMB FederalReporting.gov guidance so that it better conveys the Recovery Act requirement for recipients to report key information for the specific projects and activities funded, and to define key terms for each program; (2) consider options for reviewing the content of narrative descriptions submitted by recipients into FederalReporting.gov in a targeted manner to ensure that recipients have entered clear and complete information about funded projects and activities; and (3) encourage recipients to leverage other sources of information using links to relevant Web sites. In commenting on a draft of this report, HUD expressed concerns that GAO employed transparency criteria that were independent of guidance that federal agencies had received from OMB and that GAO did not fully recognize the success of recipient reporting under the Recovery Act. As discussed in the report, a key objective of GAO‘s work was to determine whether information reported on Recovery.gov fostered public awareness of the uses of Recovery Act funds. To do this, GAO assessed the extent to which descriptions of grants found on Recovery.gov provided reasonably clear and specific information on attributes that either were explicitly stated or inherent in the Recovery Act and OMB guidance. GAO revised the report to further recognize the role that HUD played in achieving a high response rate by recipients within a short period of time. HUD and the Recovery Board provided technical comments, which GAO incorporated as appropriate. View [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-966] or key components. For more information, contact Mathew J. Scire at (202) 512- 8678 or sciremj@gao.gov. [End of section] Contents: Letter: Background: OMB and HUD Did Not Provide Consistent and Clear Guidance on Key Reporting Requirements: Recovery Act Requires Recipients to Report Specific Information about Funded Projects and Activities: Less Than One-Quarter of the Grant Descriptions Provide Sufficient Information to Foster a Basic Understanding of Funded Activities; Some Additional Information Is Publicly Available: Conclusions: Agency Comments and Our Evaluation: Appendixes: Appendix I: Objectives, Scope, and Methodology: Appendix II: Public Housing Capital Fund Formula Grants: Appendix III: Community Development Block Grant – Recovery (CDBG-R): Appendix IV: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP): Appendix V: Supplemental Information on Funded Projects and Activities: Appendix VI: Comments from the Department of Housing and Urban Development: Appendix VII: GAO Contacts and Staff Acknowledgments: Tables: Table 1: Comparison of Recovery Act Requirements for Reporting Projects and Activities with OMB Guidance for Selected Data Elements: Table 2: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Met Transparency Criteria: Table 3: Example of a Description of a Grant That Met Transparency Criteria (CDBG-R): Table 4: Example of a Description of a Grant That Partially Met Transparency Criteria (TCAP): Table 5: Example of a Description of a Grant That Did Not Meet Transparency Criteria (Capital Fund): Table 6: Grant Recipients Interviewed and Projects and Activities Selected for Site Visits: Table 7: Sample of Grants Selected for Transparency Assessment: Table 8: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the Chicago Housing Authority: Table 9: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the New York City Housing Authority: Table 10: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the Puerto Rico Public Housing Administration: Table 11: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Antioch, California: Table 12: Summary of Activities Funded by Camden County, New Jersey: Table 13: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Chicago, Illinois: Table 14: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Los Angeles, California: Table 15: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Miami Gardens, Florida: Table 16: Summary of Activities Funded by Mississippi Development Authority: Table 17: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Ontario, California: Table 18: Summary of Activities Funded by Municipality of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania: Table 19: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Rapid City, South Dakota: Table 20: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Rome, New York: Table 21: Summary of Activities Funded by Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency: Table 22: Summary of Activities Funded by San Mateo County, California: Table 23: Summary of Activities Funded by Texas Department of Rural Affairs: Table 24: Summary of Activities Funded by City of West Memphis, Arkansas: Table 25: TCAP Project Table: Figures: Figure 1: Reporting Template Used for CDBG-R; Detail on Guidance for Project Name: Figure 2: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Met Transparency Criteria, by Program: Figure 3: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Were Clear, by Selected Attributes and Program: Figure 4: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Provided Clear and Complete Information on Projects and Activities, by Selected Attributes and Program: Figure 5: Comparison of Reported Place of Performance with the Actual Locations at Which Recovery Act Work Has Been Done (Capital Fund Grant to the Boston Housing Authority): Figure 6: Comparison of the Place of Performance Reported in Recovery.gov and an Actual Work Site (Cincinnati, Ohio): Abbreviations: ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act: BHA: Boston Housing Authority: Capital Fund: Public Housing Capital Fund: CDBG: Community Development Block Grant Program: CDBG-R: Community Development Block Grant – Recovery Program: ESCC: Ewing Senior and Community Center: FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions: HFA: Housing Finance Agency: HOME: HOME Investment Partnerships Program: HUD: Department of Housing and Urban Development: HVAC: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning: IDIS: Integrated Disbursement and Information System: LIHTC: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit: OMB: Office of Management and Budget: PHA: Public Housing Agencies: RAMPS: Recovery Act Management and Performance System: Recovery Act: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009: Recovery Board: Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board: TCAP: Tax Credit Assistance Program: September 30, 2010: The Honorable Mitch McConnell: Republican Leader: United States Senate: Dear Senator McConnell: In response to the most serious economic crisis since the Great Depression, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) was one of the federal government's key efforts to stimulate the economy. The goals of the Recovery Act include helping preserve jobs and promoting economic recovery from the current economic recession, investing in technology to spur technological advances, and investing in infrastructure to provide long-term economic benefits.[Footnote 1] With the cost of this response at nearly $800 billion in appropriations and tax provisions, Congress and the President have called for an unprecedented level of accountability, efficiency, and transparency. As Congress finished work on the Recovery Act, the House Appropriations Committee issued a statement saying, "A historic level of transparency, oversight, and accountability will help guarantee taxpayer dollars are spent wisely and Americans can see results for their investment." Specifically, Congress included in the act provisions that require recipients of Recovery Act funding to report quarterly on a number of measures, including a description of each project or activity and an evaluation of its completion status. [Footnote 2] The act also established a Web site (Recovery.gov) through which the public can easily access recipient-and agency- reported information on Recovery Act spending. Users can view information on individual awards to specific recipients, or summary information, such as the total amount awarded to states and territories by specific federal agencies. Information that award recipients report can include the award amount, a description of the activities being done, the location where projects or activities are being conducted, and the expected outcomes of the work.[Footnote 3] In response to your request, the overall objective of our work was to assess the extent to which the information reported to the public on Recovery.gov clearly and completely describes the use of funds and expected outcomes. Specifically, we (1) examined what information grant recipients are required to report as a part of their descriptions of projects or activities funded, and (2) assessed the extent to which descriptions of a representative sample of 219 grants in Recovery.gov are transparent in providing a basic understanding of award activities and expected outcomes. In addition, in appendixes to this report, we described the nature and scope of projects and activities funded by the Recovery Act for the programs we reviewed. This report, part of GAO's multiagency review of the descriptive information in Recovery.gov, focuses on three grant programs that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers: the Public Housing Capital Fund (Capital Fund) Program, the Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R) Program, and the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Collectively, funding for these programs accounts for approximately $6 billion of the total $275 billion that was distributed through contracts, grants, and loans (an additional $288 billion and $224 billion were provided in tax benefits and entitlements, respectively).[Footnote 4] These programs represent three of the largest HUD programs that received Recovery Act funds. [Footnote 5] To identify the information that recipients must report in their descriptions of the projects and activities funded by the Recovery Act, we reviewed the reporting requirements contained in the act, guidance on reporting from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), supplemental guidance from HUD, and Recovery.gov reporting instructions. We met with officials from those agencies and from the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (Recovery Board) to gain an understanding of these requirements.[Footnote 6] We also discussed recipients' interpretations of this guidance with a nonstatistical sample of 15 grant recipients (5 for each program reviewed). These recipients were selected to reflect a range of grant amounts, geographic locations, and types of funded projects and activities. To assess the extent to which descriptions of grants clearly describe how funds are being used and expected outcomes, we developed a transparency assessment (see appendix I) based on the Recovery Act, OMB guidance, and professional judgment. Based on these considerations, we assessed descriptions of grants as transparent if they provided reasonably clear and specific information on all seven of the attributes we evaluated--purpose, scope, location, award amount, nature, expected outcomes or outputs, and status--for the grants and for the funded projects and activities. In making our assessment, we reviewed 219 prime recipients' grant descriptions in Recovery.gov for the three HUD grant programs. The descriptions were uploaded to Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010, and covered the reporting quarter ending March 31, 2010.[Footnote 7] Similar to the review we conducted in May 2010, we reviewed key required fields on Recovery.gov that describe the uses of Recovery Act funds, including project name, award description, quarterly activities/project description, place of performance, award amount, and project status (extent to which the project was completed.)[Footnote 8] In addition, similar to our July report on these issues, we also reviewed the description of jobs created field because we identified cases where some recipients for the programs we reviewed entered information on nature and expected outcomes in this field. We also reviewed information entered in the subrecipient fields for award amount and location because recipients of CDBG-R and TCAP funds can make subawards to entities carrying out funded projects or activities. For the three grant programs, we used different sampling methods to identify the recipients whose Recovery.gov grant descriptions we selected for review. We selected 86 Capital Fund, 82 CDBG-R, and 51 TCAP recipients. In appendixes II-IV, we present, for the three programs, the actual Recovery.gov grant descriptions we downloaded for review. For those descriptions that did not meet the transparency criteria, we obtained information from HUD and its databases, HUD and recipient Web sites, or recipients to complete the descriptions. Appendix I contains a more detailed description of our scope and methodology. We conducted this performance audit in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington, D.C., from February 2010 to September 2010 in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain sufficient, appropriate evidence to provide a reasonable basis for our findings and conclusions based on our audit objectives. We believe that the evidence obtained provides a reasonable basis for our findings and conclusions based on our audit objectives. Background: Through the Recovery Act, Congress provided funding for housing and community development through various programs, including three formula-based, grant programs in HUD: the Capital Fund, CDBG-R and TCAP. The Capital Fund provides formula-based grant funds directly to public housing agencies (PHA) to improve the physical condition of their properties; develop, finance, and modernize public housing developments; and improve management. The Recovery Act appropriated $3 billion in formula funds for the Capital Fund to PHAs using the same formula for amounts made available in fiscal year 2008, and HUD obligated these funds in March 2009.[Footnote 9] According to HUD, a total of 3,134 Capital Fund formula grants totaling nearly $3 billion were awarded as of March 31, 2010. The vast majority of PHAs have used the funds to rehabilitate public housing; other PHAs have used the funds for new construction. Some specific rehabilitation activities included bathroom and kitchen renovations; playground construction; emergency structural repairs; abatement of potentially environmentally hazardous materials; and heating, cooling, and water system upgrades. The regular Community Development Block Grant program provides funding to metropolitan cities and urban counties, known as entitlement communities; insular areas; and to states for distribution to nonentitlement communities to address a wide range of community development needs, such as providing decent affordable housing and public services and creating jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses.[Footnote 10] The Recovery Act appropriated $1 billion in CDBG funds. Of this amount, $980 million was appropriated to states and local governments to carry out, on an expedited basis, eligible activities under the CDBG program.[Footnote 11] The grant program under the Recovery Act is generally designated as CDBG-R. Recipients were required to identify activities to be assisted with CDBG-R funds and submit their plans to HUD prior to receiving funding; HUD approved over 99 percent of these plans by September 30, 2009. According to HUD, a total of 1,167 CDBG-R grants totaling over $979 million were awarded as of March 31, 2010. Recipients must expend all of the funds by September 30, 2012. The types of CDBG-R activities funded varied widely ranging from infrastructure (such as street improvements) and energy efficiency upgrades to community center construction and rehabilitation and funding for commercial entities. As a part of the Recovery Act, Congress created TCAP in February 2009 to address the gap in financing for Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects caused by the decline in investor demand and the resulting low prices for these credits.[Footnote 12]The Recovery Act appropriated $2.25 billion to HUD for TCAP. Through a formula-based allocation, HUD then obligated these funds to Housing Finance Agencies (HFA), which were to award the funds competitively to developers or "project owners" for projects that received LIHTCs in fiscal years 2007, 2008, or 2009, and were to give priority to "shovel-ready" projects that were expected to be completed by February 2012. According to HUD, a total of 52 TCAP grants totaling $2.25 billion were awarded as of March 31, 2010. HFAs used these funds for new construction, acquisition, and rehabilitation projects. OMB, the Recovery Board, and federal agencies each play a role in implementing the Recovery Act, which includes providing guidance or establishing the structure through which recipients of Recovery Act funds report information about their use of the funds. According to OMB, it has responsibility for (1) establishing data quality expectations, (2) establishing data and technical standards to promote consistency, and (3) coordinating centralized reviews of data quality. OMB also worked with the Recovery Board to deploy a nationwide system at FederalReporting.gov for collecting data submitted by the recipients of funds. The data are made available to the public on Recovery.gov. In addition to establishing the Web site and posting the data submitted by recipients, the Recovery Board can audit and review stimulus spending--for example, it has reviewed all contract awards-- and make recommendations to federal agencies about preventing fraud, waste, or mismanagement of Recovery Act funds. Federal agencies assisted OMB and the Recovery Board in the development of the Recovery.gov Web site, developing guidance on reporting, and assisting recipients in meeting reporting requirements. In addition, federal agencies review the reports that recipients submit for significant errors and missing information. Implementation of this system was an enormous effort and involved the tracking of billions of dollars that are being disbursed to thousands of recipients through a wide range of existing and new programs. This system was implemented within a short period of time, and the administration expects that achieving a high degree of transparency will be an iterative process in which the reporting process and information improve over time and could potentially be a model for transparency and oversight beyond the Recovery Act. The Recovery Act required prime recipients of Recovery Act funds under the three HUD programs we reviewed to report specific information about their use of the funds. Recipients were PHAs for the Capital Fund program; states and entitlement communities for the CDBG-R program; and state HFAs for TCAP. These recipients could use the funds for one or more projects or activities. For two of the programs we reviewed--CDBG-R and TCAP--recipients could fund projects or activities through subrecipients. Subrecipients are nonfederal entities (such as nonprofit organizations or developers) that receive funds from prime recipients to support the implementation of projects or programs for the prime recipient. According to HUD officials, recipients of Capital Fund grants cannot make subawards. Prime recipients are responsible for entering data into FederalReporting.gov and they may delegate certain reporting responsibilities to subrecipients. Information about subawards and subrecipients is reported in the subrecipient section of FederalReporting.gov. HUD has worked with the recipients of its grant programs to guide them with recipient reporting. According to HUD, the agency conducted outreach via e-mail and phone, and provided timely responses during reporting cycles to ensure that grantees received the information that they needed to report on-time and accurate data. As a result of these efforts, which were accomplished during a short period of time, over 99 percent of HUD's grant recipients reported into FederalReporting.gov. We discuss FederalReporting.gov, the source for the data posted on Recovery.gov, in further detail in this report. HUD was responsible for awarding the grants that we reviewed, and maintains its own information systems to collect information on how the grants are used. For both CDBG-R and TCAP programs, HUD collects and maintains information through its existing administrative database--Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS). For the Capital Fund program, HUD collects data on projects and activities funded through the Recovery Act Management and Performance System (RAMPS). According to HUD officials, prior to implementation of FederalReporting.gov, HUD raised concerns with OMB about its approach for collecting information on projects, and proposed populating the information needed to satisfy the Recovery Act's reporting requirements. OMB opted to collect information directly from recipients of Recovery funds. OMB and HUD Did Not Provide Consistent and Clear Guidance on Key Reporting Requirements: Guidance for reporting on Recovery Act-funded grants was not consistent and clear on key reporting requirements. The Recovery Act requires that recipients report specific information about funded projects and activities. However, OMB's guidance for all recovery programs provides some unclear and conflicting direction to agencies. Specifically, OMB's June 2009 memorandum directs recipients to list specific projects and activities, but subsequent guidance calls for summary information. HUD relied on OMB's guidance, which called for recipients to report summary information, and provided limited written guidance to recipients of its programs. Furthermore, reporting guidance does not consistently clarify how recipients should define and, therefore, report key concepts, such as project and primary place of performance. Recipients with whom we met interpreted the guidance differently. For example, some interpreted guidance related to reporting the primary place of performance to mean they should enter their own address (the recipient's address) as the primary place of performance. Others interpreted the guidance to mean they should enter the address of the project where the majority of expenses occurred in the reporting quarter, or the address of a centrally located project with a high dollar amount. Without internally consistent guidance that advises recipients to use specific names of projects or activities funded and clarifies key terms, recipients are likely to interpret guidance differently for similar types of funded projects and activities. Recovery Act Requires Recipients to Report Specific Information about Funded Projects and Activities: The Recovery Act requires prime recipients to report the total amount of Recovery Act funds received, associated obligations and expenditures, and a detailed list of the projects and activities funded. For each funded project or activity, the detailed list must include its name, description, and completion status. In addition, for subawards the act requires prime recipients to report the data elements required to comply with the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006.[Footnote 13]The information required under the 2006 act includes the name of the entity receiving the award, the amount and type of award, and the name of the federal agency funding the award.[Footnote 14] The Recovery Act further requires the development of a Web site (Recovery.gov) with appropriate links to other government Web sites with information on covered funds, including federal agency and state Web sites. OMB has responsibility for developing overall implementing guidance for federal agencies and recipients of funds, and worked with the Recovery Board to develop and implement the information system for collecting data submitted by recipients of funds. The Recovery Board's goals for this Web site are to promote accountability by providing the public with a platform to analyze Recovery Act data; provide a tool for tracking fraud, waste and abuse; and provide the public with accurate and user-friendly information. Recipients submit reports into FederalReporting.gov in the month after the close of a quarter, and by the end of the month, the reports are to be reviewed by federal agencies for significant errors and missing information before the Recovery Board posts them on Recovery.gov. According to OMB officials, they regard achievement of transparency as an ongoing process, during which reporting and information quality continually should improve. OMB's Guidance for All Recovery Programs Provides Some Unclear and Conflicting Direction to Agencies: The range of guidance that OMB issued for all agencies that administer Recovery Act-funded programs and recipients of Recovery Act funds was not consistent in its directions for reporting on projects and activities. More specifically, in June 2009, OMB issued a memorandum to the heads of departments and agencies to provide guidance on implementing Recovery Act reporting requirements.[Footnote 15] According to this memorandum, recipients of Recovery Act funds must report the total amount of funds received and, of that, the amount spent on projects and activities. In addition, recipients must list the funded projects and activities funded by name and describe them and their completion status. We found that subsequent guidance that OMB issued for recipients of Recovery Act funds provided information that was unclear or conflicted with its June 2009 memorandum. For example, beginning with the reporting period ending September 30, 2009, OMB issued a Recipient Reporting Data Model (also known as the data dictionary for Recovery.gov). As shown in table 1, although the memorandum states that recipients should report descriptions of each project or activity, the data dictionary directs recipients to describe the "overall purpose and expected outcomes" of grant awards. Similarly, while the memorandum states that the amount spent on projects and activities should be reported, the data dictionary directs recipients to enter the "total amount of federal dollars on the award." In addition, for block grants, which typically fund multiple projects and activities, the data dictionary states that "the overall purpose and expected outcomes can be stated in broad terms." Table 1: Comparison of Recovery Act Requirements for Reporting Projects and Activities with OMB Guidance for Selected Data Elements: Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains a detailed list of all projects or activities, including: the name of the project or activity; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): List projects or activities by name; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): The brief descriptive title of the project or activity funded in whole or in part with Recovery Act Funds; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Project name or project title (applies to grants and loans). Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains a detailed list of all projects or activities, including: a description of the project or activity; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): Description of each project and activity; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): Award title and description with purpose of each funding action if any. The description should capture the overall purpose of the award. For example, "community development," "comprehensive community mental health services to adults with a serious mental illness," etc.; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Award description. Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains a detailed list of all projects or activities— including: a description of the project or activity; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): [Empty]; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): A description of the overall purpose and expected outputs and outcomes or results of the award and first-tier subaward(s), including significant deliverables and, if appropriate, units of measure. For an award that funds multiple projects such as a formula block grant, the purpose and outcomes or results may be stated in broad terms; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Quarterly activities/project description. Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains a detailed list of all projects or activities— including: a description of the project or activity; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): [Empty]; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): Recipient primary place of performance (city, state, congressional district, and country); physical location of the primary place of performance; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Primary place of performance; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): Subrecipient place of performance (city, state, congressional district, and country). The physical location of primary place of performance; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Subrecipient place of performance. Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains a detailed list of all projects or activities— including: an evaluation of the completion status of the project or activity; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): Completion of status of each project or activity; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): Evaluation of completion status of the project, activity, or federally awarded contract action funded by the Recovery Act. Options for selection: Not started; Less than 50% completed; Completed 50% or more; Fully completed. For awards funding multiple projects such as formula block grants, provide your best estimate of completion of all projects based on any aggregate data and information; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Project status. Recovery Act requirement: Each recipient that received recovery funds from a federal agency shall submit a report to that agency that contains: * the total amount of recovery funds received from that agency; * the amount of recovery funds received that were expended or obligated to projects or activities; OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009): Amount spent on projects and activities; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): For Grants: The total amount of federal dollars on the award; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Amount of award; OMB recipient reporting data model (December 2009): The anticipated total amount of funds to be disbursed to the subawardee over the life of the award; Data element(s) in Recovery.gov: Amount of Subaward. Sources: Section 1512 of the Recovery Act; OMB. Note: Information included in the table is for grants and loans only (GAO-added boldface for emphasis). [End of table] According to OMB officials, the data dictionary was intended to be general, baseline guidance for all Recovery Act-funded programs, and not tailored to specific programs. OMB officials further stated that recipients could enter information on each project or activity funded in the available fields, within the character limitations, but OMB chose not to require this level of reporting due to the potential reporting burden. We recently reported that requiring information to be reported in single fields on an award-by-award basis rather than on a project-by-project or activity-by-activity basis may convey an incomplete impression if multiple projects or activities were funded. [Footnote 16] OMB agreed with this assessment, but stated that the agency weighed the level of reporting detail required against the potential reporting burden. Moreover, OMB officials stated that while they recognize the structural limitations of FederalReporting.gov for collecting project-by-project information, the system is intended to capture as much information as possible about projects and activities funded in the existing fields for narrative descriptions. It would not be possible for some recipients to describe each of the projects or activities funded in the existing fields for narrative descriptions due to the character limits. For example, the state of Texas received a CDBG-R grant, and is using it to fund 75 activities. The Federalreporting.gov field for the award description is limited to 4,000 characters, and the field for the project description is limited to 2,000 characters, which is not likely enough space for the recipient to provide detailed information about each funded activity. Other grant recipients who we met with stated that there is not enough space in FederalReporting.gov to describe each project or activity funded. As discussed later in this report, there may be opportunities to overcome the potential limitations of FederalReporting.gov. Limited Program-Specific Written Guidance Does Not Require Information on Specific Projects or Activities: HUD provided limited written guidance to recipients for its programs and relied on OMB's general guidance, which calls for grant recipients to enter summary information about the grants. OMB, in consultation with federal agencies, developed reporting requirements and anticipated that federal agencies would, as appropriate, issue clarifying guidance to funding recipients, provided that the program- specific guidance was consistent with OMB guidance.[Footnote 17] HUD program officials stated that they did not create comprehensive recipient reporting guidance for the programs we reviewed because OMB guidance did not require it and OMB had taken a leadership role in developing reporting guidance. These officials further stated that HUD was limited in how much it could facilitate grantee reporting or provide further guidance. According to OMB, HUD did not submit any written, program-specific guidance for Recovery Act programs to OMB for approval. However, HUD did create a specific data dictionary for the Capital Fund and a "tip sheet" for the TCAP program. In addition, HUD provided to recipients OMB-developed templates--data entry templates in Excel--that show the data elements that recipients must report, including HUD-suggested language and examples of descriptions and references to OMB guidance through pop-up boxes. The reporting guidance does not provide clear instructions to grant recipients that they should report the name of each funded project or activity, as required by the Recovery Act.[Footnote 18] For example, in the reporting template used for the CDBG-R program, a pop-up box appears with guidance for completing the project name field. The box advises recipients to enter a brief, descriptive title of the project or activity that was funded in whole or in part with Recovery Act funds (see fig. 1). However, in containing guidance that is from OMB's data dictionary, the reporting template does not clarify that a recipient should report the name of each project or activity. Further, in the reporting template, the project name field includes suggested language that may lead recipients to believe that providing broad descriptions is sufficient and reporting information on each project or activity is not necessary: "award activities include a wide variety of community development projects." We found similar issues with the templates for the TCAP and Capital Fund programs. Figure 1: Reporting Template Used for CDBG-R; Detail on Guidance for Project Name: [Refer to PDF for image: web page of reporting template] Source: HUD. [End of figure] HUD officials stated that they did not emphasize the need for recipients to report information on each project or activity in FederalReporting.gov because OMB did not specify this requirement in its data dictionary. In addition, HUD collects this level of information from recipients through its own information systems. In our May 2010 report, we identified problems with the transparency of information reported on Recovery.gov and recommended that OMB work with agencies to determine whether supplemental guidance, such as the guidance described above, encourages recipients to report descriptions of each project or activity funded, as intended by the Recovery Act. [Footnote 19] OMB agreed with this recommendation, and is making plans to address it. Some of the grant recipients we contacted have interpreted OMB reporting guidance and the templates to call for broad, summary award information, not project or activity-level information, as required by the Recovery Act.[Footnote 20] Several recipients we contacted stated that they have used OMB's data dictionary as their reporting guidance, and some indicated that they have used the reporting templates. Without clear and consistent guidance on how recipients should report information on each project and activity funded, recipients may not provide a consistent level of detail about specific projects and activities, which also has implications for the transparency of information reported about use of Recovery Act funds, as discussed later in this report. Reporting Guidance Does Not Clarify Key Terms for Each Program: Reporting guidance also does not consistently clarify how recipients should define and, therefore, report key concepts, such as project, primary place of performance, and subrecipient primary place of performance. OMB's data dictionary does not include a definition of "project" or general guidance to recipients on how the term could be defined. The glossary in Recovery.gov, however, broadly defines a project as "a specific activity of an award." According to OMB, it had anticipated that agencies would provide supplemental guidance that was more specific to unique program characteristics and situations that OMB's one-size-fits-all guidance could not effectively address. In addition, none of the reporting templates we reviewed, nor a program- specific data dictionary, provide a definition or clarification of "project", although all of the guidance require recipients to report project names and descriptions. HUD officials for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs both stated that that "project" could refer to different things. For example, according to HUD officials for the Capital Fund, a housing development can be referred to as a project, and an activity at a specific location or multiple locations may also be called a project. HUD officials for the CDBG-R program stated that project can refer to one activity or a collection of activities, and that it is more appropriate to refer to activities and not projects. Moreover, CDBG-R officials stated that FederalReporting.gov is intended to capture information on each CDBG-R award as a whole, and is not intended to capture information on each project or activity. According to these officials, the term "project" in Recovery Act reporting refers to the grant as a whole. Unlike the CDBG-R and Capital Fund programs, TCAP uses "project" to refer to a housing development where work is being done. According to OMB officials, HUD could have provided clarifying guidance to the recipients of its programs on how projects and activities should be defined and reported. While HUD issued a tip sheet for TCAP recipients and a data dictionary for the recipients of Capital Funds through the Recovery Act, HUD officials with responsibility for Recovery Act reporting have stated that there was no need to issue clarification on how recipients should define or report projects (or activities) because they are accustomed to reporting and are familiar with this term. In addition, HUD officials with responsibility for the programs we reviewed stated that they did not feel empowered to provide formal, clarifying guidance to recipients of Recovery Act funds. If HUD had clarified how projects and activities should be defined and reported according to the Recovery Act, recipients may have entered more transparent information. OMB's data dictionary and the reporting templates also vary in the extent to which they clarify how recipients should identify a single, primary place of performance, as well as a subrecipient's primary place of performance. The guidance does not address how recipients should identify a grant's primary place of performance. However, according to the Capital Fund data dictionary, recipients should report the address of the development that is receiving more than 50 percent of a Recovery Act grant. Or, if Recovery Act funds are being expended at numerous developments but no one development is receiving more than 50 percent of the funds, the recipient should use "the address of the community receiving the highest proportion of funds." But the guidance does not provide any further clarification; thus, it not clear whether the recipient is meant to enter the street address of the development receiving the most funds, the zip code that is receiving the most funds, or something different. In addition, a tip sheet for TCAP recipients suggests that the primary place of performance is generally the address of the prime recipient. Similarly, OMB's data dictionary and the reporting templates do not address how grant recipients should identify a subrecipient's primary place of performance. Recipients of CDBG-R funds can make subawards if they choose and prime recipients of TCAP funds make subawards to developers. The guidance indicate that the street address can be entered, and the city, state, zip code, and country must be entered-- but do not explain how the subrecipient's primary place of performance should be identified. However, a tip sheet for TCAP recipients states that the subrecipient's place of performance is the address where the LIHTC project is under development. OMB guidance, which includes the data dictionary for Recovery.gov and "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQ) posted on the Web, also does not address some of the difficulties of entering location information.[Footnote 21] For example, OMB's data dictionary states that, at minimum, recipients must enter a city, state, zip code, congressional district, and country for both the primary place of performance and each subrecipient's primary place of performance (if there is a subrecipient), but does not explain how either location should be identified. Further, OMB's FAQ provides clarification for recipients that are states and directs them to select the (1) municipality affected by the largest portion of the Recovery Act award, or (2) the state capital. The FAQ does not provide guidance to recipients that are not states--such as public housing agencies or city governments--and those that funded multiple projects or activities. According to OMB officials, the FAQ was intended to provide examples to recipients regarding how they could report information; it was not intended to comprehensively cover every program or situation. The recipients with whom we met had varying interpretations of how the primary place of performance should be reported, particularly in cases in which multiple projects and activities were funded. For example, for the Capital Fund program: * officials from one public housing authority (PHA) stated that they have interpreted OMB and HUD guidance to mean that they should enter the address of the project at which the majority of the expenses occurred in the reporting quarter; * two PHAs reported the locations where services were being performed; * one PHA reported the location of a project that was in a central location and had received a high dollar amount; * one PHA reported the address of the housing authority. Similarly, four of the five CDBG-R recipients, and all five TCAP recipients with whom we met, interpreted OMB and HUD guidance to mean that they should enter their own address (the recipient's address) as the primary place of performance. One of the largest CDBG-R recipients reported the address of the city's housing and preservation office, which received the majority of the city's CDBG-R funds to carry out various activities. Without the clarification of key terms within each program, recipients will likely interpret guidance differently and report information inconsistently for similar types of projects and activities, which also has implications for the transparency of information reported about use of Recovery Act funds, as discussed later in this report. Less Than One-Quarter of the Grant Descriptions Provide Sufficient Information to Foster a Basic Understanding of Funded Activities; Some Additional Information Is Publicly Available: We estimate that less than one-quarter of the grant descriptions on Recovery.gov for the three programs we reviewed were transparent in providing a basic understanding of funded activities. Based upon the results of our sample, an estimated 22 percent of the grant descriptions that recipients submitted for these programs on Recovery.gov were transparent, 55 percent were partially transparent, and 23 percent were not transparent in providing a basic understanding of funded activities (see table 2). We found that HUD's program databases contained sufficient information to improve the transparency of most of the grant descriptions in Recovery.gov that were partially or not transparent. To assess transparency for grants as a whole, we evaluated seven attributes--purpose, scope, location, award amount, nature, expected outcomes or outputs, and status--for both the grant, and for the projects and activities funded through the grant. We also considered the extent to which the information as a whole was clear and understandable. See appendix I for more information about the transparency criteria and overall methodology. Table 2: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Met Transparency Criteria: Grant descriptions reviewed: Met: 22%; Partially: 55%; Did Not Meet: 23%. Confidence interval: Met: 17-27%; Partially: 49-62%; Did Not Meet: 18-30%. Sample size: Met: 47; Partially: 124; Did Not Meet: 48. Source: GAO. Note: The grant descriptions reviewed include the number of grants in each sample for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs and all grants funded through TCAP for which data were reported into Recovery.gov on April 30, 2010, for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. The confidence intervals indicate the lower and upper bounds of the 90 percent level of confidence for the combined sample estimates of the three programs reviewed. See appendix I for additional information about the scope and methodology. [End of table] For the grant descriptions in our sample that were transparent in providing a basic understanding of funded activities, these descriptions contained reasonably clear and specific information on all seven attributes we evaluated for both the grant and the projects and activities funded through the grant. For example, the Township of Ewing, New Jersey, provided information on its use of CDBG-R grant funds that was clear and included sufficient detail (see table 3). Specifically, the description of the grant notes that the funds will be used for retrofitting the original boiler of the Ewing Senior and Community Center (ESCC), with a separate energy-efficient unit for the senior portion of the facility. Table 3: Example of a Description of a Grant That Met Transparency Criteria (CDBG-R): Recipient Name; Ewing, Township Of. Project Name; ESCC Boiler Retrofit. Award Amount; $55,697.00. Award Number; B-09-MY-34-0129. Grant Award Summary; Ewing Township, in cooperation with Mercer County, has recently acquired a community facility formerly known as the Jewish Community Center, built in 1961, that is now known as the Ewing Senior and Community Center (ESCC). The ESCC houses the Township's Senior Center, which is in the process of being rehabilitated. The Township has applied HUD CDBG funds and Mercer County grant funds towards this rehabilitation project. The CDBG-R Funds will be used towards retrofitting the original boiler with a separate and distinct energy efficient unit to exclusively serve the Senior Center portion of the facility. The original oil fired sectional steam boiler has outlived its expectant life and shows critical need for replacement. The efficiency of this boiler has dropped significantly from the original efficiency. The proposed new boiler will consist of high efficient gas fired modular steam boiler to serve the existing piping system. Project Activities Description; Energy Resources. Quarterly Project Description; A contractor has been selected and approved; the contract has been executed; the notice to proceed has been issued. The contractor has submitted the materials to be ordered to the township engineer for review and approval. The project will commence upon receipt of materials and when there is no longer a need for heat at the facility, on or about April 15. Description of Jobs Created; Project has not begun yet. Place of Performance; 999 Lower Ferry Road Ewing, NJ 086280068. Project Status; Not Started. Number of Subawards; 0. Source: Recovery.gov for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. Note: GAO did not edit or alter the information provided in Recovery.gov. [End of table] Based upon our sample, we estimate that about half of the grant descriptions (an estimated 55 percent) partially met the criteria for transparency.[Footnote 22] These descriptions contained at least some information on the attributes evaluated (purpose, scope, location, etc.) but also exhibited, to some extent, missing or unclear information for the grant, the projects and activities funded through the grant, or both. For example, the information that the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority reported was clear and included sufficient detail at the grant level except for the information on scope; and also did not clearly provide the scope, location, or cost of each project within the grant. Specifically, the description reported that the grant would be used for housing development; construction and management; and was intended to develop affordable housing. However, the description did not clearly indicate the number of affordable housing units that would be addressed by the grant or by each project. In addition the description did not provide information on the projects' location or cost (see table 4). Table 4: Example of a Description of a Grant That Partially Met Transparency Criteria (TCAP): Recipient Name; Connecticut Housing Finance Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Develop Affordable Housing. Quarterly Project Description; Objective: To provide affordable housing. Results: There are 6 developments which have received commitments for the total $26.17 million in TCAP funds which are pending closing. The total development costs of these developments is approximately $128.18 million which is estimated to create over 862 related jobs, based upon grantee modeling. HUD job reporting criteria regarding job creation will be implemented upon disbursement. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Construction related jobs to be updated upon disbursement. Project Location: Street Address; 999 West Street. Place of performance - city, state, and posta; Rocky Hill, CT 06067- 3011. Total Award Amount; $26,170,888.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; M09-ES090100. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Source: Recovery.gov for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. Note: GAO did not edit or alter the information provided in Recovery.gov. [End of table] An estimated 23 percent of the grant descriptions were not transparent in providing a basic understanding of funded activities.[Footnote 23] These descriptions generally lacked information on the attributes evaluated, such as nature and scope, or provided information that was unclear or overly technical. Generally for these descriptions, the work being done through the grant was not clearly described. In addition, the grant descriptions either lacked information on projects and activities funded, or contained information on projects and activities that was unclear or overly technical. For example, the Housing Authority of the Town of Hobson City's description did not provide sufficient information on the purpose, scope, specific nature, or expected outcomes of the grant (see table 5). Moreover, the information did not clearly convey the number of projects involved-- whether one or more--or provide the project's purpose, scope, and nature. Table 5: Example of a Description of a Grant That Did Not Meet Transparency Criteria (Capital Fund): Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Town Of Hobson City. Project Name; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) recovery Act. Award Amount; $113,861.00. Award Number; AL09S133501-09. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) recovery Act. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Quarterly Project Description; None. Description of Jobs Created; None. Place of Performance; 800 Armstrong Street, Anniston, AL 362017304. Project Status; Not Started. Number of Subawards; 0. Award Key; 100417. Source: Recovery.gov for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. Note: GAO did not edit or alter the information provided in Recovery.gov. [End of table] The extent to which grant descriptions met the criteria for transparency also varied by program (see figure 2). Among the three programs covered in our review, the CDBG-R grant descriptions had the highest estimated percentage of grants that were transparent (about 40 percent). In addition, an estimated 40 percent of CDBG-R grant descriptions partially met the transparency criteria. For the Capital Fund program, an estimated 15 percent fully met the transparency criteria while an estimated 61 percent partially met it. Only one TCAP grant description met the criteria (2 percent), while 76 percent of the TCAP grant descriptions partially met the criteria. Figure 2 shows the program results side-by-side for visual comparison, with markers for the 90 percent confidence intervals for the CDBG-R, Capital Fund, and combined sample estimates of the three programs reviewed.[Footnote 24] The differences are statistically significant where the confidence intervals around an estimate do not overlap with the percentages for TCAP or the confidence interval for the other program estimates. While the percentage that met and partially met varied among the three programs, the percentage of grants that did not meet the criteria were fairly similar across the three programs. We discuss specific factors that may have affected transparency of the descriptions for each of the programs later in this report. Figure 2: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Met Transparency Criteria, by Program: [Refer to PDF for image: vertical bar graph] Upper and lower bounds of the 90 percent confidence interval for each estimate are in parenthesis. Met: Capital Fund: 15%; (9-23%); CDBG-R: 40%; (31-49%); TCAP: 2%; Combined programs: 22%; (17-27%). Partially met: Capital Fund: 61%; (52-70%); CDBG-R: 40%; (31-49%); TCAP: 76%; Combined programs: 55%; (49-62%). Did not meet: Capital Fund: 24%; (17-33%); CDBG-R: 20%; (13-29%); TCAP: 22%; Combined programs: 23%; (18-30%). Source: GAO. Notes: This analysis is based on assessment of the grant descriptions as a whole. Markers on the bars represent the 90 percent confidence intervals for the CDBG-R, Capital Fund, and the combined sample estimates of the three programs reviewed. Combined programs represents the number of grants in each sample for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs and all grants funded through TCAP for which data were reported into Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010, for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. See appendix I for additional information about the scope and methodology. [End of figure] The grant descriptions we reviewed varied in the extent to which they provided transparent information to foster a basic understanding of funded activities on the grant for the specific attributes reviewed. Grant-level information was always clear for the award amount, location, and status because recipients were required to enter information on these attributes in specific fields and specified formats.[Footnote 25] For example, grant recipients must report this information using dollars, a city and state name, and select percentage ranges from a drop-down list, including "less than 50 percent complete" or "greater than 50 percent complete", respectively. As a result, the information reported was clear and easy to understand. However, information that recipients reported for the other attributes we reviewed (including purpose, scope, nature, and expected outcomes) varied in the extent to which it provided clear information (see figure 3). One reason for this may be that grant recipients enter information on these attributes using narrative descriptions rather than having specific fields and specified formats to enter the information. We estimate that about 53 percent of grant descriptions provide clear information on the scope and expected outcomes or outputs of the grant, and nearly 87 percent provide clear information on the nature of work being done through the grant (see figure 3).[Footnote 26] As we previously reported, it is reasonable for a description to include the scope of work, such as the number of housing units rehabilitated or the number of homes that infrastructure work affects.[Footnote 27] Figure 3: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Were Clear, by Selected Attributes and Program: [Refer to PDF for image: vertical bar graph] Upper and lower bounds of the 90 percent confidence interval for each estimate are in parenthesis. Purpose: Capital Fund: 76%; (67-83%); CDBG-R: 92%; (86-97%); TCAP: 100%; Combined programs: 81%; (74-86%). Scope: Capital Fund: 46%; (37-55%); CDBG-R: 71%; (61-79%); TCAP: 25%; Combined programs: 52%; (46-60%). Nature: Capital Fund: 87%; (79-92%); CDBG-R: 87%; (80-93%); TCAP: 73%; Combined programs: 87%; 81-91%). Expected outcome/outputs: Capital Fund: 46%; (37-55%); CDBG-R: 69%; (61-78%); TCAP: 69%; Combined programs: 53%; (46-60%). Source: GAO. Note: This analysis is based on grant-level information (that is, not project-level information). Markers on the bars represent the 90 percent confidence intervals for the Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and the combined sample estimates of the three programs reviewed. Combined programs represents the number of grants in each sample for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs and all grants funded through TCAP for which data were reported into Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010, for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. See appendix I for additional information about the scope and methodology. [End of figure] The extent to which the grant descriptions we reviewed, particularly the narrative fields for these records, provided clear information, also varied by program for all but the three attributes (location, award amount, and status). For example, while we estimated that the scope of work was clear for 71 percent of CDBG-R grant descriptions and 46 percent of Capital Fund grant descriptions, it was clear for only 25 percent of the TCAP grant descriptions, a statistically significant difference.[Footnote 28] Also, expected outputs or outcomes were clearly reported for an estimated 46 percent of the Capital Fund grants, and an estimated 70 percent for the CDBG-R and TCAP grants.[Footnote 29] Thus, the differences in the extent to which expected outcomes were clearly reported were statistically significant between the Capital Fund and the other two programs. We found that HUD's internal program databases contained sufficient information to improve the transparency of most of the grant descriptions in Recovery.gov that were partially or not transparent. As discussed later in this report, HUD collects detailed information on the grants funded through the programs we reviewed, including the projects and activities funded through these grants. We used this information, some of which was publicly available, along with additional sources, to address information that was missing in the Recovery.gov grant descriptions. See appendixes II through V for the supplemental information GAO gathered to improve the transparency of recipient-reported grant descriptions that we reviewed. For Key Attributes, the Clarity and Completeness of Information on Specific Projects and Activities Varied: The clarity and completeness of information on the specific projects and activities funded through the grants varied for key attributes such as purpose, location, and status (see fig. 4).[Footnote 30] Recipients were more likely to report clear and complete information on the projects and activities funded for some of the attributes we evaluated. For example, for all programs combined, we found that information on the purpose of individual projects or activities was clear and complete in an estimated 70 percent of the descriptions; the nature of individual projects or activities was clear and complete in an estimated 74 percent of the descriptions; and the status of individual projects and activities was clear and complete in an estimated 68 percent of the descriptions.[Footnote 31] We had relatively low estimates for the clarity and completeness of cost, scope, and location. For example, information on the scope of individual projects or activities--such as the number of units to be developed--was clear and complete in an estimated 34 percent of the descriptions.[Footnote 32] Figure 4: Extent to Which Grant Descriptions Provided Clear and Complete Information on Projects and Activities, by Selected Attributes and Program: [Refer to PDF for image: vertical bar graph] Upper and lower bounds of the 90 percent confidence interval for each estimate are in parenthesis. Nature: Capital Fund: 74%; (65-82%); CDBG-R: 74%; (65-82%); TCAP: 69%; Combined programs: 74%; (68-80%). Purpose: Capital Fund: 65%; (56-73%); CDBG-R: 82%; (74-89%); TCAP: 96%; Combined programs: 70%; (64-76%). Status: Capital Fund: 65%; (56-73%); CDBG-R: 78%; (69-85%); TCAP: 31%; Combined programs: 68%; (62-74%). Expected outcomes/outputs: Capital Fund: 41%; (33-50%); CDBG-R: 63%; (54-72%); TCAP: 55%; Combined programs: 48%; (41-54%). Cost: Capital Fund: 33%; (24-41%); CDBG-R: 37%; (28-46%); TCAP: 90%; Combined programs: 35%; (28-41%). Scope: Capital Fund: 30%; (22-39%); CDBG-R: 44%; (35-53%); TCAP: 6%; Combined programs: 34%; (27-40%). Location: Capital Fund: 22%; (15-31%); CDBG-R: 59%; (50-68%); TCAP: 88%; Combined programs: 33%; (27-39%). Source: GAO. Note: This analysis is based on project-level information. Markers on bars represent the 90 percent confidence intervals for the CDBG-R, Capital Fund, and the combined sample estimates of the three programs reviewed. Combined programs represents the number of grants in each sample for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs and all grants funded through TCAP for which data were reported into Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010, for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. See appendix I for additional information about the scope and methodology. [End of figure] For each program, recipients generally provided clear and complete information on the purpose and nature of the projects and activities funded for a larger percentage of descriptions. Specifically, information on the purpose of projects and activities funded was clear and complete in an estimated 65 percent of the grant descriptions for the Capital Fund, an estimated 82 percent for CDBG-R, and about 96 percent for TCAP. The high percentage for TCAP likely resulted from the program's single focus--the development of affordable rental housing. Additionally, information on the nature of projects or activities funded was clear and complete in an estimated 74 percent of the grant descriptions for the Capital Fund and CDBG-R programs, and 69 percent of the TCAP descriptions reviewed.[Footnote 33] In contrast, the percentages of descriptions reviewed that provided clear and complete information on the location, cost, and status of the funded projects and activities varied significantly by program. For example, we found that information on the location of the projects and activities funded was clear and complete in 88 percent of TCAP grants, an estimated 59 percent of CDBG-R grants, and an estimated 22 percent of Capital Fund grants.[Footnote 34] Overall, although information on the costs of individual projects and activities was clear and complete for an estimated 35 percent of grant descriptions, this information varied widely across programs.[Footnote 35] TCAP had a comparatively larger percentage of clear and complete information on cost (90 percent). However, we estimated that 33 percent of grant descriptions for the Capital Fund and about 37 percent for CDBG-R had clear and complete cost information.[Footnote 36] The location and cost information for TCAP is clear because TCAP recipients funded projects by making subawards. As a result, TCAP recipients were required to report location and cost information in FederalReporting.gov for each of the projects using subaward fields. CDBG-R recipients who awarded funds to other entities had the option of reporting information on the activities funded using the subaward fields. In some cases, CDBG-R recipients who did not use the subaward fields did not provide clear and complete information on location and costs of the projects and activities funded. Information on Project Location in Some Grant Descriptions Could Be Misleading or Did Not Accurately Reflect Place Where Work Was Performed: In cases in which recipients funded projects or activities in multiple locations, the primary place of performance that recipients entered either could not reflect the multiple locations of individual projects and activities or did not accurately reflect the place of performance, which limited the transparency of grant descriptions. For example, the largest Capital Fund recipient, the New York City Housing Authority, funded 119 projects, but FederalReporting.gov allows recipients to enter only one address as the primary place of performance. Many other Capital Fund grants funded work at multiple locations. Similarly, many CDBG-R grants and all TCAP grants funded work at more than one location. In other instances, the recipient reported a place of performance where work was not planned or done. For example, the Boston Housing Authority (BHA) reported the housing authority's address as the primary place of performance, even though work was planned and underway at six different housing developments and across scattered sites (see figure 5). Figure 5: Comparison of Reported Place of Performance with the Actual Locations at Which Recovery Act Work Has Been Done (Capital Fund Grant to the Boston Housing Authority): [Refer to PDF for image: 2 illustrated maps] Reported place of performance: Boston Housing Authority; 52 Chauncy Street; Boston, MA 02111-2375; $33,329,733. Actual location of projects funded[A]: Charlestown ($7,068,849); Washington Beech ($10,000,000); Walnut Park ($1,033,600); Lenox ($1,741,250); Mary Ellen McCormack ($4,131,664); Commonwealth ($448,112), Source: Boston Housing Authority. [A] Not shown on the map are scattered site projects for elevator security, boiler replacement, and lead-based paint abatement. The total grant award amount was $33,329,733. Funding amounts for the six projects totaled $24,423,475. Funding amounts for scattered site projects was $6,785,373. The remaining $2,120,885 was used for administrative costs. [End figure] HUD's data dictionary for the Capital Fund program directs Capital Fund recipients to report the location that received the majority of grant funds as the primary place of performance, or, if no single location received a majority of the funds, the address of the "community" receiving the highest proportion of funds. For the BHA grant, this would have been Washington Beech, which received nearly $10 million of the housing authority's $33 million grant. According to officials from BHA, they chose the address of the housing authority because they had projects in multiple locations and it was a central location. Moreover, the official from the housing authority with responsibility for reporting in FederalReporting.gov stated that he decided to use the housing authority's address as the primary place of performance based on the guidance in the OMB Recipient Reporting Data Model. He was not aware of the HUD program-specific data dictionary, stating that he did not see the guidance on FederalReporting.gov. Some CDBG-R grant recipients, or their subrecipients, also reported project location information that was not consistent with the location where the work was being performed. We found that in some cases, grant recipients were reporting the address of the local city hall as the primary place of performance instead of the actual location of the work. For example, we visited the City of Cincinnati, which received a CDBG-R grant of nearly $3.5 million. At the time of our visit, the most recent Recovery.gov data showed that the primary place of performance for this grant was the address for city hall (see fig. 6). In discussing the work being funded with the grant, we learned that the city planned to fund 15 unique projects in various locations across the city. According to city officials, they had to choose one address because the system did not allow them to enter the actual addresses of each place of performance. The officials further stated that they thought city hall was the most logical address to enter, because it was the same as the prime recipient's address. Subsequent to our visit, this recipient changed from reporting in a summary fashion to entering individual projects' place of performance in other parts of FederalReporting.gov. Figure 6: Comparison of the Place of Performance Reported in Recovery.gov and an Actual Work Site (Cincinnati, Ohio): [Refer to PDF for image: 2 photographs] At left, City Hall, Cincinnati, was reported as the primary place of performance in Recovery.gov as of December 2009. At right, one of the 15 actual places of performance, the former American Can Factory-- which is being converted to residential and commercial space. Source: GAO. [End of table] In the course of our review, we also found that many TCAP project locations (place of performance) appeared to be incorrectly posted on Recovery.gov for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. For example, Recovery.gov shows that one of the TCAP projects that we visited in Atlanta, Georgia, is located in Columbus, Ohio, (the location of the project owner). According to an official from the Georgia Housing Finance Agency, the agency reported into FederalReporting.gov the Atlanta location as the place of performance for the recipient, but Recovery.gov posted the address of the out-of-state owner of the project. We found a total of 93 examples in Recovery.gov of TCAP projects that were reported as being located in different states than the state of the housing finance agency that funded the work.[Footnote 37] HUD officials with responsibility for TCAP stated that recipients have reported places of performance correctly in FederalReporting.gov, but that this information is not appearing correctly on Recovery.gov. We shared our findings with the Recovery Board and requested that it follow up on this matter. After completing its review, the Recovery Board concluded that a file configuration error was responsible for the incorrectly posted information on project locations. The error led to the subrecipient's address being displayed as the project's place of performance. According to the Board, the error was not limited to TCAP and affected 20,255 out of the 126,556 subrecipient reports on the Web site. The Board also found that this error did not affect the data files that could be downloaded from the site or any calculations presented on the site. The Recovery Board stated that it has corrected the problem, and the information on subrecipient's place of performance currently posted on the Web site should accurately capture what recipients reported. In Addition to Inconsistencies on the OMB Guidance, Various Factors Likely Limited the Degree to Which Grant Descriptions Met the Transparency Criteria: Several factors may have contributed to the degree to which the grant descriptions in Recovery.gov fostered a basic understanding of funded activities and expected outcomes. As we discussed earlier in this report, the guidance OMB provided may have played a role in the degree to which recipients transparently described their awards. Other factors that likely limited transparency of grant descriptions included limitations in the system used by recipients (FederalReporting.gov) to report information on funded projects and activities, and inadequate data quality review of submitted information by HUD to ensure the clarity and quality of narrative information. Structure of FederalReporting.gov and HUD programs: The interplay of two structural factors--more specifically, the structure of FederalReporting.gov and the structure of the selected HUD programs we reviewed--also may have affected the transparency of the information on Recovery.gov. Within a short period of time, OMB and the Recovery Board had to implement this reporting system, which had to cover a wide range of programs and provide detailed and up-to- date information on the use of Recovery Act funds. However, certain design features work against reporting information on specific projects. For instance, the system is not designed to capture the address of each project or activity funded--unless that project or activity is reported as a subaward. Also, the available fields for the grant description and project description have character limits, which some grant recipients with numerous projects say preclude them from describing each in detail. The three HUD programs we reviewed often award grants to recipients who can then fund multiple projects or undertake activities at multiple sites. According to HUD officials, they had raised concerns with OMB about its approach for collecting and reporting information on projects or activities funded with Recovery Act funds, and proposed populating the information needed to satisfy the Recovery Act's reporting requirements with information from the agency's existing program databases. These databases include detailed project-level information and much of the information that is currently collected from recipients through Federalreporting.gov. Furthermore, HUD believed that by using its databases it could reduce the reporting burden on recipients as well as potential reporting errors. However, OMB had decided to use a more standardized approach across federal agencies and collect information directly from the recipients of Recovery funds. According to HUD officials and many of the grant recipients with whom we met, FederalReporting.gov is not well suited to capture project-or activity-level information on grant programs, such as the Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and TCAP. For example, we identified CDBG-R recipients who have funded more than 30 projects. Thus, it is neither reasonable nor possible for them to describe each in FederalReporting.gov. According to HUD officials, CDBG-R recipients who awarded funds to other entities could report each activity funded through the subrecipient feature of FederalReporing.gov. While recipients could report information on the cost and location of individual activities using the subrecipient feature, this feature does not include fields in which to report descriptions, the status, and the scope of each activity. In addition, some CDBG-R awards funded more specific activities throughout an entire city--thus, it is not reasonable, nor would it make sense, to choose a single location or to report every location with funded work. For example, the City of New York funded an activity through which graffiti will be removed from parks that serve low-and moderate-income neighborhoods throughout New York City. It is reasonable to report this project's location as "citywide," but locations cannot be reported in this way. Recipients must report a primary place of performance using specific fields. That is, recipients must report a city, state, and zip code, and have the option of reporting a street address. As another example, some CDBG-R grant recipients are funding water-or sewer-line repairs, which can serve many property addresses or cover hundreds of feet of pipe. For such projects, reporting a single place of performance is not meaningful. HUD officials for the CDBG-R program stated that they were not sure what kind of guidance to give recipients about identifying a primary place of performance for such projects. According to OMB officials, recipients could use the existing fields for narrative descriptions to clarify information, such as actual places of performance. Data Quality Reviews: HUD officials review the data that recipients submit into FederalReporting.gov to identify potential reporting errors before the data are publicly posted on Recovery.gov; however, evaluating the quality or clarity of information provided in descriptive fields is not their top priority.[Footnote 38] According to HUD officials with responsibility for reviewing the data that recipients of Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and TCAP funds report, HUD has a limited amount of time to review the data submitted and must prioritize its efforts. During our visits to grant recipients, some told us that HUD had not advised them to identify or describe every project or activity funded. One of the recipients with whom we met stated that HUD, as a part of its review of recipient reports, did not provide comments or corrections related to the need to report more specific information on projects or activities. HUD officials confirmed that their priority in reviewing recipient reports has not been on evaluating whether every project or activity funded was described. HUD's lack of priority on the clarity or transparency of information in recipient reports may have affected the level of transparency of the information reported. In addition, according to HUD officials, job counts that recipients report are a top priority--narrative descriptions are not.[Footnote 39] Beginning with the January 2010 reports, HUD began to flag narrative descriptions that contained less than a certain number of characters, but the agency does not consistently review the quality or clarity of information reported in these fields. We recommended in our May 2010 report that OMB, in partnership with federal agencies, periodically review recipients' descriptions of grants to determine whether they provide clear and understandable information on the uses of the funds.[Footnote 40] OMB agreed with this recommendation and is making plans to address it. As these recommendations are addressed, HUD could also conduct periodic data quality reviews of the narrative information to help ensure that recipients are providing clear and complete information on funded projects and activities. As Recovery Act funded projects are completed and no longer need to be reported in Federalreporting.gov, such reviews could be performed in a targeted and cost-effective manner. For example, such reviews could focus on recipients who have not yet completed their work. In addition, such reviews could be further targeted by grant size or other criteria that gauge risk. By not including an assessment of the narrative fields as part of HUD's data quality reviews, HUD will have no mechanism for ensuring that recipients submit descriptions that are transparent to the public. HUD and Other Sources of Data Relating to Recovery Act-Funded Projects Provide Supplementary Information, but Recovery.gov Generally Does Not Link to These Sources: Despite the availability of additional information about Recovery Act- funded projects and activities on the Web, recipient reports are not leveraging these sources to enhance the transparency of grant descriptions. As discussed later in this report, we observed that many of the recipients in our representative sample reported some information about their Recovery Act-funded projects and activities on their own Web sites. For example, for TCAP, Web sites for almost 90 percent of the recipients in our representative sample had some information on Recovery Act-funded activities. For the CDBG-R program, Web sites for almost 70 percent of the recipients in our representative sample had some information on Recovery-Act funded activities. HUD collects project and activity-level information outside of Recovery.gov for each of the programs we reviewed. For both the CDBG-R and TCAP programs, HUD collects and maintains project-level data in its administrative database--IDIS. For each project or activity funded, recipients are required to submit information on the project or activity name, description, location, funding commitment, and other information. Once a project is complete, recipients are required to enter the total cost, funding sources, and tenant-related data. For the Capital Fund program, HUD collects data on projects and activities funded through the RAMPS.[Footnote 41] Through this system, public housing agencies report on a quarterly basis such information as the name of the housing developments assisted, a description of the work planned, and the number of housing units rehabilitated or developed. While these databases are not publicly available, HUD posts some information on the projects and activities funded through the CDBG-R and TCAP on its Web site. For example, HUD posted an interactive map of the United States for the CDBG-R program using information from recipients on proposed activities.[Footnote 42] By clicking on a state, visitors to the site then download information for each grant recipient, which include a list of each activity funded, a description of each activity, the activity's cost, and the national objective the activity addresses. However, as a part of our visits to a nonstatistical sample of CDBG-R recipients, we learned that some of the information posted on this site was not current and not updated regularly. Similarly, HUD has posted information on its Web site from IDIS that includes the names of each TCAP grant recipient and project funded; the specific type of project funded, such as new construction or acquisition; the status of each project; and the amount expended. [Footnote 43] According to HUD officials, this information is updated weekly. At the time of our review, HUD was not posting information on the projects and activities funded by Capital Fund recipients on its Web site, but HUD officials have indicated that they are in the process of making Capital Fund recipient information collected through RAMPS available on HUD's Web site. As we stated earlier, we obtained additional information from HUD's information systems to improve the transparency of grant descriptions that did not meet the transparency criteria. Specifically, we used RAMPS data to collect additional information for 71 percent of the Capital Fund grant descriptions that were not transparent. In addition, we used IDIS to collect information for about 92 percent of the CDBG-R descriptions, and 100 percent of the TCAP descriptions that were not transparent[Footnote 44]. Some of this information is publicly available on HUD's Web site, and HUD officials have stated that they are willing to make more information publicly available. See appendixes II through V for the supplemental information we gathered to increase the transparency of the grant descriptions reviewed. Some recipients of CDBG-R and TCAP funds also posted information about the funded activities on their own Web sites. For the CDBG-R program, almost 70 percent of the recipients in our representative sample had some information on Recovery Act funding and the activities funded on their sites. The largest recipient of CDBG-R funds, the City of New York, created a Web site specifically dedicated to reporting on the use of Recovery Act Funds.[Footnote 45] According to officials with responsibility for the City of New York's CDBG-R program, they created this site to provide the public with detailed information about how the city was using Recovery Act funds. Similarly, about 90 percent of TCAP recipients reported some information about their use of Recovery Act funds on their Web sites, although the level of detail varies. In contrast, the majority of Capital Fund recipients in our sample did not have Web sites. Of the 24 that had sites, 5 had information about funded projects. Generally, the largest recipients, such as the New York City Housing Authority and the Chicago Housing Authority, posted detailed information on their Web sites. However, we found that grant descriptions did not include references or links to HUD's Web site, which contained detailed information about activities funded under CDBG-R and TCAP. Moreover, we did not observe any references or links to recipient Web sites, some of which also contained detailed information about funded projects and activities. According to some of the recipients with whom we met, they did not include links to project-or activity-level information because they received the impression, from OMB and HUD guidance, that they were to provide summary descriptions of the funded work. Some recipients we met with were also not aware of the Recovery Act requirement to list each funded project or activity. Given the issues relating to guidance, quality reviews, and Web site and program structure that we discussed above, the lack of clear or reinforcing guidance about including Web site links to supplement information in the narrative descriptions may affect transparency and accountability. Some of the grant recipients with whom we met stated that their web sites contained more detailed project information than Recovery.gov. According to OMB officials, including links to these sites in the narrative descriptions would be a viable and cost- effective solution to the problem of limited reporting space. In addition, OMB officials stated that it would be acceptable for recipients to include Web addresses, as long as the recipient still described required information in the fields for narrative descriptions. It would not be acceptable for a recipient to insert only a Web site address. Further, the Recovery Act contemplates the inclusion of appropriate links to other government Web sites with information on covered funds, such as Web sites for federal, state, and local agencies. Without encouraging recipients to include such links in their descriptions, HUD will miss an opportunity to increase the transparency of information recipients report to the public. Conclusions: The administration faced an extensive undertaking in simultaneously delivering large sums of Recovery Act funds to communities while also seeking to make these efforts more transparent to the public than previous efforts have been. Promoting the public's understanding of recipient-reported information on activities and expected outcomes is a central tenet of the Recovery Act and the purpose behind the creation of Recovery.gov. This effort involved tracking billions of dollars across thousands of recipients throughout the nation. The emphasis on what some have called an unprecedented level of transparency implies correspondingly greater accuracy and specificity for reported information. The effort of reporting detailed information on Recovery Act grants should not be discounted. Although recipient reporting under the Recovery Act represents a step forward in federal spending transparency, opportunities exist to continue advancing the transparency goals of the Recovery Act and improving the quality of information reported on Recovery.gov. For example, our review of a sample of records for three HUD programs suggests that the recipients' descriptions often do not fully foster a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes. We have noted a number of instances where descriptions did not provide clear and complete information about the specific projects and activities funded. Users of Recovery.gov often cannot ascertain what specific projects or activities were funded under a grant and where the work took place. While we cannot directly correlate the results of our review with specific causes, several factors likely contributed to the type of information reported and, thus, our findings of limited transparency at the project level. Many of the problems appear to stem from guidance that does not consistently reflect Recovery Act requirements to report specific projects and activities. By clarifying or defining basic terms such as "project" and "primary place of performance," HUD could help recipients more clearly describe discrete, funded work and where it took place. Also, by ensuring that any supplemental guidance it provides to recipients instructs them to enter information on specific projects and activities rather than provide broad summaries, HUD also could reinforce Recovery Act requirements and help improve the transparency of reported information. Without providing such guidance to recipients, HUD cannot ensure that recipients will report clear and complete information on funded projects and activities. Furthermore, HUD's data quality reviews of grant descriptions in Recovery.gov were limited and did not focus on the content of the narrative descriptions that recipients submitted. Often--particularly for grants with a limited number of associated activities--these narrative description fields provide recipients with the space to include critical details about funded projects and activities that could enhance the transparency of grant descriptions. Yet, HUD's reviews of these fields are limited to flagging narrative descriptions that contain less than a certain number of characters. As many of HUD's Recovery-funded projects wind down and work is completed, going forward, HUD should balance the need for improved transparency and concerns over the cost of reporting. HUD could pursue a targeted review of the narrative information recipients provide to help ensure that they are providing clear and complete information on funded projects and activities. For example, HUD could routinely review narrative information for selected grants, such as those above a determined dollar amount, those funding ongoing work, or those that meet other risk-based criteria. By not including an assessment of the narrative fields as part of its data quality reviews, some recipients may continue to submit descriptions that do not foster a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes, thus limiting accountability for the use of Recovery funds. Focusing on revisions or clarification to guidance may not address problems that appear to relate more closely to the structure of the recipient reporting system (FederalReporting.gov, which is the basis for the information appearing in Recovery.gov) and to the HUD programs. That is, many awards have been used to fund multiple projects or activities in multiple locations and character or field size limits can prevent recipients from reporting on each discrete project or location. Additionally, FederalReporting.gov was designed for a wide range of programs across many federal agencies. However, HUD has another opportunity to cost-effectively address some of the limitations to transparency discussed above. HUD's internal databases contain project-level information, and information on projects and activities may be publicly available on HUD's and other Web sites. As such, HUD could encourage recipients to incorporate such sources in their grant descriptions. Specifically, in cases in which it would not be possible, or would be unduly burdensome, to report information about each project or activity in FederalReporting.gov, HUD could encourage recipients to provide a link to Web sites, including federal agency sites or their own, which already contain such information. Encouraging recipients to incorporate links in their descriptions could help them overcome some of the limitations of the reporting system and provide them with opportunities to enhance the transparency of their descriptions. Thus, recipients and federal agencies could leverage existing information in a resource-and cost-effective way and make it readily accessible to users of Recovery.gov. Without such links, recipients may miss an opportunity to leverage information that may be available on agencies' Web sites and to share such information with the public on Recovery.gov. Recommendations for Executive Action: We previously recommended that the Director of the Office of Management and Budget take certain actions to further public understanding of the projects and activities on which Recovery Act funds are being spent and the expected results. Recognizing the desire for increasing public understanding of how Recovery funds are used and concerns over the cost of reporting, we further recommend that the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, in consultation with OMB, * Provide clarification of OMB FederalReporting.gov guidance: - so that it better conveys the Recovery Act requirement for recipients to report key information for the specific projects and activities funded, and: - so that, for each program, it defines key terms (project, primary place of performance, and subrecipient primary place of performance); * Consider options for more effectively reviewing the content of narrative descriptions submitted by recipients into FederalReporting.gov in a targeted and cost-effective manner to help ensure that recipients have entered clear and complete information about the funded projects and activities; and: * Encourage recipients to leverage other sources of existing information, such as by providing links to agency or recipient Web sites, to further enhance the transparency of the information they enter in FederalReporting.gov. Agency Comments and Our Evaluation: We received written comments on a draft of this report from HUD, which is included in appendix VI. We also received technical comments from HUD's program office and the Recovery Board, which we incorporated as appropriate. In a letter from the Director of the Office of Strategic Planning and Management, HUD stated two concerns regarding the report. First, it stated that GAO employed transparency criteria that were independent of guidance that federal agencies had received from OMB and that GAO did not fully recognize the success of recipient reporting under the Recovery Act. As described in appendix I, six of the attributes we used to assess transparency were explicitly stated or inherent in the Recovery Act and OMB's guidance, including OMB's Recipient Reporting Data Model. We also used professional judgment to add a seventh attribute--scope--which we believe is a reasonable adjunct to OMB's attributes. That is, it is logical for narrative descriptions of how Recovery Act funds were used to address the magnitude or extent of work being done. For example, for both the Capital Fund and TCAP programs, which fund affordable housing, it would be reasonable to describe the number of units or properties which were assisted with Recovery funds. Further, OMB officials have previously stated that it would be reasonable to include other attributes--such as scope--in our assessment of the grant descriptions as long as we acknowledge the addition. We revised the draft to further recognize HUD's efforts to assist grant recipients in achieving an overall recipient response rate of over 99 percent. HUD also maintained that GAO did not fully recognize the leadership that HUD had shown on developing performance measurement and analysis that were more stringent and specific than those required by FederalReporting.gov. As stated in our report, the purpose of our review was to assess the extent to which grant descriptions in Recovery.gov are transparent in providing a basic understanding of grant activities and expected outcomes. We revised the report to clarify that we did not specifically examine information collected in HUD's information systems. Our report noted that HUD collects project and activity-level information outside of Recovery.gov for each of the programs we reviewed. The information in HUD's internal databases helped improve the clarity and completeness of recipient reported information in about 85 percent of the grants we reviewed that partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria. Given the priority of increasing the public's understanding of the use of Recovery funds placed by Congress and the administration, we continue to believe that HUD can take steps to help improve the clarity and completeness of information that recipients report into FederalReporting.gov. We agree with HUD's comment that the burden of reporting requirements to recipients and federal agencies must be weighed against the benefits of collecting more detailed information. Indeed, our recommendations are mindful of this concern. For example, our recommendation that HUD inform recipients that they can include in their grant descriptions links to Web sites with relevant project information is not only intended to account for the inherent limitations of submitting detailed project-specific information in FederalReporting.gov, but also to leverage existing information that is already publicly available. HUD states that it has collected "more stringent and specific" information than is required by FederalReporting.gov, and we encourage HUD to make some of this information available to the public to supplement information reported by recipients. Finally, we believe that our recommendations to HUD to clarify OMB FederalReporting.gov guidance and review the content of narrative descriptions will help ensure that the information submitted will be useful to the public. As agreed with your office, unless you publicly announce the contents of this report earlier, we plan no further distribution until 30 days from the report date. At that time, we will send copies to the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and interested congressional committees. In addition, the report will be available at no charge on GAO's Web site at [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov]. If you have any questions about this report, please contact me at (202) 512-8678 or sciremj@gao.gov. Contact points for our Offices of Congressional Relations and Public Affairs may be found on the last page of this report. GAO staff who made major contributions are listed in appendix VII. Sincerely yours, Signed by: Mathew J. Scirè: Director, Financial Markets and Community Investment: Footnotes: [1] Pub. L. 111-5, 123 Stat. 115 (Feb. 17, 2009). [2] Recovery Act, div. A, § 1512. We refer to the quarterly reports required by section 1512 as recipient reports. [3] Recipients also must report on jobs created or retained as a result of the act on this Web site. See GAO, Recovery Act: One Year Later, States' and Localities' Uses of Funds and Opportunities to Strengthen Accountability, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO- 10-437] (Washington, D.C.: Mar. 3, 2010) and Recovery Act: Recipient Reported Jobs Data Provide Some Insight into Use of Recovery Act Funding, but Data Quality and Reporting Issues Need Attention, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-223] (Washington, D.C.: Nov. 19, 2009) for discussions of this topic. [4] A total of $4 billion was appropriated for the Public Housing Capital Fund. The Recovery Act required that $3 billion be distributed as formula funds and the remaining $1 billion be distributed through a competitive process. This report focused only on formula-based grants made under the program. [5] Other recent GAO work on the transparency of information in Recovery.gov include GAO, Recovery Act: Increasing the Public's Understanding of What Funds Are Being Spent on and What Outcomes Are Expected, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581] (Washington, D.C.: May 27, 2010) and Recovery Act: States Could Provide More Information on Education Programs to Enhance the Public's Understanding of Fund Use, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO- 10-807] (Washington, D.C.: July 30, 2010). [6] The act established the Recovery Board in part to carry out review and reporting activities pertaining to the act. [7] Prime recipients are nonfederal entities that receive Recovery Act funding as awards directly from the federal government in the form of contracts, grants, or loans. [8] [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581]. [9] HUD was also required to award nearly $1 billion to PHAs based on competition for priority investments under the Capital Fund program, including investments that leverage private-sector funding or financing for renovations and energy conservation retrofitting. [10] The CDBG program provides grants to four designated insular areas: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and the Virgin Islands. [11] CDBG-R grant recipients, like regular CDBG grant recipients, must use funds for activities that meet one of the following national program objectives: (1) benefit low-and moderate-income persons, (2) prevent or eliminate slums or blight, or (3) address urgent needs or imminent threats within the community for which other funding is not available. Of the $1 billion appropriated, $10 million was specified for HUD administrative and technical assistance purposes, and another $10 million was specified for the Indian CDBG program. [12] State HFAs allocate low-income housing tax credits to owners of qualified rental properties who reserve all or a portion of their units for occupancy by low-income tenants. Once awarded tax credits, owners attempt to sell them to investors to obtain funding for their projects. Investors then can claim tax credits for 10 years if the property continues to comply with program requirements for 15 years. [13] Pub. L. 109-282, 120 Stat. 1186 (Sept. 26, 2006). The act requires OMB to establish a publicly available, online database about the entities that are awarded federal grants, loans, contracts, and other forms of assistance. [14] The Recovery Act allowed aggregate reporting on subawards below $25,000 or to individuals as prescribed by OMB. [15] OMB, "Implementing Guidance for the Reports on Use of Funds Pursuant to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009," memorandum for the heads of departments and agencies, M-09-21, June 22, 2009. [16] GAO, Recovery Act: Increasing the Public's Understanding of What Funds Are Being Spent on and What Outcomes Are Expected, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581] (Washington, D.C.: May 27, 2010). [17] OMB, "Implementing Guidance for the Reports on Use of Funds Pursuant to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009," memorandum for the heads of departments and agencies, M-09-21, June 22, 2009. According to OMB, agency guidance issued prior to March 2010 did not require OMB approval. In March 2010, OMB established a policy stating that all agency guidance is subject to OMB review prior to public posting. [18] Pub. L. No. 111-5, Sect. 1512(c)(3)(A). [19] [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581]. [20] Some recipients also referred to ad hoc guidance from HUD, such as emails and phone calls. [21] [hyperlink, http://www.whitehouse.gov/OMB/RECOVERY_FAQS/] (Accessed Aug. 3, 2010). [22] The 90 percent confidence interval for this estimate is (49, 62). See appendix I for more information on how we derived our estimates. [23] The 90 percent confidence interval for this estimate is (18, 30). [24] Confidence intervals or markers do not apply for the TCAP program transparency results because we did not sample the grants in this program, but reviewed all 51 prime recipient award records that were reported into Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010. [25] Although location information for each grant's primary place of performance was clear, later in this report we discuss that for some grants, this information could be misleading or inaccurate. [26] The 90 percent confidence interval for the grant scope and expected outcomes is (46, 60). The 90 percent confidence interval for the grant nature is (81, 91). [27] [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581]. [28] The 90 percent confidence interval for the estimated percent of CDBG-R grant descriptions with a clear description of the scope of work is (61, 79). The 90 percent confidence interval for the estimated percentage of Capital Fund grant descriptions with a clearly reported scope is (37, 55). [29] The 90 percent confidence interval for the estimated percentage of Capital Fund grant descriptions with a clearly reported expected outcome is (37, 55). The 90 percent confidence interval for the estimated percentage of CDBG-R grant descriptions with a clearly reported expected outcome is (61, 78). [30] We considered an attribute to be incomplete if it did not address each of the projects or activities funded. We did not attempt to verify the accuracy of the information reported. [31] The estimated percentage for grant descriptions with a clearly reported purpose of projects and activities is 70 percent with a 90 percent confidence interval of (64, 76). The estimated percentage for grant descriptions with clearly reported information on the nature of projects and activities is 74 percent with a 90 percent confidence interval of (68, 80). The estimated percentage for grant descriptions with clearly reported information on the status of projects and activities is 68 percent with a 90 percent confidence interval of (62, 74). [32] The 90 percent confidence interval for grant descriptions with a clearly reported scope of projects and activities is (27, 40). [33] The 90 percent confidence interval for the Capital Fund and CDBG- R estimates are (65, 82). [34] The 90 percent confidence interval for the Capital Fund estimate is (15, 31), and for CDBG-R is (50, 68). [35] The 90 percent confidence interval for this estimate is (28, 41). [36] The 90 percent confidence interval for the Capital Fund estimate is (24, 41), and for CDBG-R is (28, 46). [37] Further, this raises concerns about the potential for other inaccurately reported project locations in Recovery.gov, such as incorrectly identified locations within the same state. [38] OMB requires that federal agencies conduct data quality reviews to address two key data problems--material omissions and significant reporting errors. Material omissions are instances in which required data are not reported or reported information is not responsive to the data request, resulting in a significant risk that the public is not fully informed as to the status of a project or activity. Significant reporting errors are those in which required data are not reported and such erroneous reporting results in significant risk that the public could be misled or confused by the recipient report in question. [39] We have previously reported on HUD's efforts to review jobs data. GAO, Recovery Act: States' and Localities' Uses of Funds and Actions Needed to Address Implementation Challenges and Bolster Accountability, [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-604] (Washington, D.C.: May 26, 2010). [40] [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581]. [41] This system is also intended to collect data on National Environmental Protection Act environmental reviews. [42] [hyperlink, http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/RECOVERY/programs/COMMUNITY/CDB G_Proposed_Activities] (Accessed Aug. 3, 2010). [43] [hyperlink, http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD/recovery/programs/tax], then click on "TCAP Activities."(Accessed Aug. 3, 2010). [44] If information was not available or unclear from HUD's information systems, we attempted to obtain additional information from recipient Web sites or recipients directly. See Appendix I for additional information about our methodology. [45] [hyperlink, http://www.nyc.gov/html/ops/nycstim/html/home/home.shtml] (Accessed Aug. 3, 2010). [End of section] Appendix I: Objectives, Scope, and Methodology: To identify the information that must be included as part of the descriptions of awards funded by the Recovery Act, we reviewed the reporting requirements contained in the Act, Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) guidance, Recovery.gov reporting instructions, and supplemental agency reporting guidance that were applicable for the quarter ending March 31, 2010. We discussed the reporting requirements, guidance, and reporting instructions with officials from OMB, the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (Recovery Board), and the federal program agencies for the programs included in our review. We also discussed with grant recipients (state and local officials) their experiences in providing descriptions of awards funded by the act, including any challenges they faced and the usefulness of the guidance. The grant recipients who we contacted were part of a nonstatistical sample of 15 grant recipients in 10 states for the three Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs in our review: Community Development Block Grant--Recovery (CDBG-R), Public Housing Capital Fund (Capital Fund), and Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) shown in table 6.[Footnote 1] We also visited these grant recipients to verify the information reported in Recovery.gov, to discuss their interpretations of OMB and HUD guidance, to discuss their rationale for the level of detail they reported, and to visit two of the projects or activities that they funded. Because this was a nonstatistical sample, we do not assert that the experiences related by state and local officials about these awards are necessarily representative of all awards in a particular program. Table 1: Grant Recipients Interviewed and Projects and Activities Selected for Site Visits: Program: CDBG-R; State: Arizona; Grant recipient: City of Phoenix; Project/activity: Andalucia Neighborhood Phase III and IV Sidewalks, Curb, and Gutter; Workforce Literacy Center. Program: CDBG-R; State: Georgia; Grant recipient: State of Georgia (Department of Community Affairs), Atlanta, Ga.; Project/activity: Coweta County (Newnan) - construction of a Health Department facility; City of Oxford Water Improvements. Program: CDBG-R; State: New York; Grant recipient: City of New York; Project/activity: Code Violation Removal in Schools; Emergency Demolition. Program: CDBG-R; State: Ohio; Grant recipient: City of Cincinnati; Project/activity: American Can/Factory Square; Warsaw Avenue Streetscape-East Price Hill. Program: CDBG-R; State: Texas; Grant recipient: State of Texas (Department of Rural Affairs), Austin, Texas; Project/activity: Lampasas - water/sewer line improvements; Hays County (Wimberley) - water/sewer improvements. Program: Capital Fund; State: Arizona; Grant recipient: Housing Authority of Maricopa County; Project/activity: Clare-Feldstadt Homes; Father Fidelis Homes. Program: Capital Fund; State: Georgia; Grant recipient: Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta; Project/activity: East Lake Tower; Cheshire Bridge Road High-Rise. Program: Capital Fund; State: Illinois; Grant recipient: Chicago Housing Authority; Project/activity: Dearborn Homes; Kenmore Senior Apartments. Program: Capital Fund; State: Massachusetts; Grant recipient: Boston Housing Authority; Project/activity: Walnut Park; Mary Ellen McCormack. Program: Capital Fund; State: Texas; Grant recipient: San Antonio Housing Authority; Project/activity: Lewis Chatham Apartments; Highview Apartments. Program: TCAP; State: Colorado; Grant recipient: Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, Denver, Colo.; Project/activity: Denver Gardens; St Joseph Golden. Program: TCAP; State: Georgia; Grant recipient: Georgia Housing Finance Authority, Atlanta, Ga.; Project/activity: Riverview Heights (Oconee Park); Baptist Tower. Program: TCAP; State: Illinois; Grant recipient: Illinois Housing Development Authority, Chicago, Ill.; Project/activity: River to River Community of Marion; Rosa Parks Apartments. Program: TCAP; State: Iowa; Grant recipient: Iowa Finance Authority, Des Moines, Iowa; Project/activity: Homes at Oakridge; MLK Brickstone. Program: TCAP; State: Pennsylvania; Grant recipient: Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, Harrisburg, Pa.; Project/activity: Greystone Apartments; Hopewell Courtyard. Source: GAO. [End of table] To assess the extent to which descriptions of grants transparently described how funds were being used, we utilized a transparency assessment methodology developed for our May 2010 report on Recovery Act transparency.[Footnote 2] This assessment was based on the Recovery Act, OMB's guidance, and professional judgment.[Footnote 3] Similar to the transparency review we conducted in May 2010, we reviewed key required fields on Recovery.gov that describe the uses of Recovery Act funds, including project name, award description, quarterly activities/project description, place of performance (location), award amount, and project status (extent to which the project was completed). In addition to these fields, we reviewed the description of jobs created field because we identified cases where grant recipients were entering information on nature and expected outcomes in this field.[Footnote 4] Furthermore, because recipients of CDBG-R funds can make subawards if they choose, and recipients of TCAP funds make subawards to project owners, we also reviewed the number, location, and award amount of subawards reported on Recovery.gov by prime recipients. Based on our review of these data elements as a whole, we assessed transparency based on the extent to which the information reported provided reasonably clear and specific information on specific attributes that either were explicitly stated or inherent in the Recovery Act or OMB's guidance: * general purpose of the award (for example, modernization, develop affordable housing, or eliminate blight); * location (where award activities are being conducted); * cost (amount awarded); * nature of activities being conducted (for example, water/sewer line infrastructure work, new construction, rehabilitation, or energy efficiency improvements); * status (not started, less than 50 percent completed, completed 50 percent or more, or fully completed); and: * outcome (what is expected to be achieved; for example, modernize public housing units, develop affordable housing, or repair a community center). Consistent with our May 2010 report, we used our professional judgment to add a seventh attribute that seemed to be a reasonable adjunct to OMB's attributes: scope (that is, information on the magnitude or extent of an award). For example, scope could be the number of units to be rehabilitated or developed or the street boundaries for water/sewer infrastructure work. Using these seven attributes, we assessed the clarity and understandability of the narrative text, together with the completeness of the descriptions in their entirety. Those that were clear, understandable, and complete, we considered to be "transparent." Because we considered the seven attributes holistically, a lack of clear and complete information for one attribute would not necessarily preclude a description from being considered "transparent." More specifically, we assessed these attributes at both the grant and project or activity level. To assess the extent to which grant descriptions provided clear information on the overall grant for each of the seven attributes, we considered whether the information reported for each attribute was clear and understandable. To assess the extent to which information on projects and activities funded was clear and complete, we considered whether descriptions provided clear and complete information for each project or activity across the seven attributes. We conducted this analysis for each program and for all of the grants reviewed. In conducting the transparency assessment, we reviewed information reported by prime recipients on Recovery.gov for the quarter ending March 31, 2010 (which were published in Recovery.gov on April 30, 2010).[Footnote 5] This was known as the third round of reporting. We chose to use recipient-reported data from Recovery.gov because the administration considers it to be the official information on Recovery Act spending. Our study population consisted of prime recipient grant descriptions submitted by Capital Fund, CDBG-R, and TCAP recipients that were available on Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010. For each program, we identified the population of prime recipient grant descriptions in Recovery.gov using the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance codes. We did not search grant descriptions in Recovery.gov to try and identify recipient reports with incorrect program codes. Our population size for each of the three programs represents the number of correctly reported recipient reports in Recovery.gov, as of the date on which we downloaded the records (see appendixes II-IV). For the Capital Fund and CDBG-R prime recipient grant descriptions, we selected the four largest prime recipient award records by dollar amount within each program. From the remaining prime recipient grant descriptions, we selected a simple random sample within each program. [Footnote 6] Each random sample was designed to provide a margin of error of plus or minus 9 percentage points for an attribute measure at the 90 percent level of confidence (see below). For TCAP, we reviewed all 51 prime recipient award records that were listed on Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010.[Footnote 7] Overall, we sampled 219 grant descriptions from a population of 4,009 (see table 7). Table 2: Sample of Grants Selected for Transparency Assessment: Capital Fund: Population: 2,835; Random sample: 82; Certainty selection: 4; Total Grants assessed: 86. CDBG-R: Population: 1,123; Random sample: 78; Certainty selection: 4; Total Grants assessed: 82. TCAP: Population: 51; Random sample: 0; Certainty selection: 51; Total Grants assessed: 51. Totals: Population: 4,009; Random sample: 160; Certainty selection: 59; Total Grants assessed: 219. Source: GAO analysis. [End of table] We treated the certainty selections and random samples within each of the programs as a stratified design when producing the estimate for overall award transparency. Because we followed a probability sampling procedure based on random selection, our sample is only one of a large number of samples that we might have drawn. Because each sample could have provided different estimates, we express our confidence in the precision of our particular sample's results as a 90 percent confidence interval. This is the interval that would contain the actual population value for 90 percent of the samples we could have drawn. As a result, we are 90 percent confident that each of the confidence intervals in this report will include the true values in the study population. For our transparency assessment, two analysts independently reviewed information on each grant description and noted where information from one or more of the seven attributes appeared missing or unclear. Then, considering the information in the award fields holistically, including the understandability of the narrative fields, each analyst decided whether the grant description information met, substantially met, partially met, or did not meet the transparency criteria. [Footnote 8] For example, if a Capital Fund award record stated that the award was for a heating system upgrade for a family development, but there was no information on the scope or location of the award, the record likely would have been considered as having partially met the criteria. The analysts then compared results and reached a consensus on the overall score (for example, met the transparency criteria) and which award information was missing or unclear.[Footnote 9] If they could not agree, a third analyst reviewed the award information without regard to the original determinations, compared his or her determination with the results of the two analysts, and made a deciding assessment. For reporting purposes, we merged the descriptions that substantially and partially met the criteria. The practical difficulties of making sometimes subjective decisions about whether awards met the criteria may introduce errors, commonly called nonsampling errors. We took steps to minimize these errors, such as by developing instructions for analysts to guide the assessment of the transparency of award information; conducting a calibration exercise on an initial selection of 15 awards to assess the criteria and to ensure that all analysts were interpreting the criteria consistently; having two analysts independently review each grant description and reach agreement; and, after all results had been entered, reviewing all results within a program for consistency of interpretation. For descriptions that partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria, we attempted to obtain the missing information from HUD databases. If information was not available or was unclear from HUD's databases, we attempted to obtain additional information from HUD and recipient Web sites, HUD officials, or recipients. While we often were able identify the information that was missing using this approach, in some cases we were not able to obtain the information. We did not attempt to verify the accuracy of all information obtained. However, we did discuss with federal agency officials the reliability and usefulness of the data reported by recipients, and attempted to contact recipients if we found information that was inconsistent between different sources. To assess the extent to which HUD databases contained additional information to improve the transparency of grant descriptions that partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria, we calculated the number of occurrences where the source of the information used to complete the description included information from HUD's databases. Specifically, we were able to use RAMPS to collect additional information for 52 of the 73 (71 percent) Capital Fund grant descriptions that partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria. Similarly, we used IDIS to collect information for 45 of the 49 (92 percent) CDBG-R, and all of the 50 TCAP grant descriptions that partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria. Overall, we found that HUD's program databases contained information to improve the descriptions for 147 out of the 172 (85 percent) grants we reviewed. We also summarized available information from Recovery.gov on the number and dollar amounts of prime grants and subgrants awarded and the types of projects and activities funded, if available. Finally, we conducted a number of electronic edit checks on the award information for the prime recipients, including any identified subrecipients, in the probability sample to identify possible anomalies. These checks included whether award amounts for subrecipients were higher than the amount for the prime recipient; and if award dates predated the Recovery Act. We also used HUD databases to report on the nature and scope of projects funded by the Recovery Act in appendixes II through IV. We conducted a number of electronic edit checks on the award information for the prime recipients in HUD databases including testing for missing data, outliers, and obvious errors (by comparing databases with Recovery.gov information). We conducted this performance audit from February 2010 through September 2010 in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain sufficient, appropriate evidence to provide a reasonable basis for our findings and conclusions based on our audit objectives. We believe that the evidence obtained provides a reasonable basis for our findings and conclusions based on our audit objectives. As part of our work, we assessed the reliability of certain HUD databases and Recovery Act data discussed above that were pertinent to our effort. We determined that the data elements were sufficiently reliable for our purposes. Appendix I Footnotes: [1] Because we already were reviewing the Capital Fund program and TCAP as part of GAO's mandated review of Recovery Act activities, we selected recipients who GAO teams previously visited. Further, we selected recipients who were located in each of the Census regions and who had received varying award amounts. For each of the Capital Fund and TCAP recipients, we selected two projects of varying types and award amounts. For the CDBG-R program, we also selected recipients in each of the Census regions, and who represented a mix of states and entitlement communities. For each of the CDBG-R recipients, we selected two projects of differing types and award amounts. [2] [hyperlink, http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-581]. [3] Recovery Act, Pub. L. No. 111-5, 123 Stat. 115 (Feb. 17, 2009); OMB guidance M-09-21 (June 2009); OMB Recipient Reporting Data Model (December 2009). [4] Descriptions of jobs created or retained may rely on job titles, broader labor categories, or the recipient's existing practice for describing jobs as long as the terms used are widely understood and describe the general nature of the work. [5] CDBG-R funds were also made available to four designated insular areas--American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and the Virgin Islands; however these areas were not within the scope of our work. [6] Without including the four largest grants, it is possible that the sample we drew would have contained a disproportionate number of smaller awards compared with the entire population of awards. [7] Only 51 of the 52 TCAP grants funded were in Recovery.gov as of April 30, 2010. OMB gave the Rhode Island housing finance agency an extension due to flooding in the state, allowing it submit its report by a later date. [8] We used the following decision criteria and points system: Meets (4)--contains reasonably clear and specific information on all of the attributes across the fields evaluated and information on projects is generally available (for example, scope, nature, and expected outcomes). Substantially meets (3)--contains most information, but to some extent information is missing, nonspecific, or unclear and most information on projects is provided, but to some extent information is missing, nonspecific, or unclear. Partially meets (2)--contains some information, but to some extent information is missing, nonspecific, or unclear, and some information on projects is provided, but to some extent information is missing, nonspecific, or unclear. Does not meet (1)--excluding the recipient name and award amount fields (which are always present), lacks scope, nature, and expected outcomes; available information is unclear, nonspecific, or overly technical (thus not understandable to the lay reader). It is not clear what is being done. At the project level no information on individual projects is provided or available project-level information is unclear, nonspecific, or overly technical (thus not understandable to the lay reader). It is not clear what is being done at the project level. [9] Although we assessed records with four transparency levels (meets, substantially meets, partially meets, and does not meet), we simplified our reporting results by combining the substantially meets and partially meets records into one category, which we call a partially meets record. [End of section] Appendix II: Public Housing Capital Fund Formula Grants: The Public Housing Capital Fund (Capital Fund) provides formula-based grant funds directly to public housing agencies (PHA) to improve the physical condition of their properties; to develop, finance, and modernize public housing developments; and to improve management. Under the Recovery Act, the Office of Public and Indian Housing within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allocated nearly $3 billion through the Capital Fund to PHAs using the same formula for amounts made available in fiscal year 2008 and obligated these funds to housing agencies in March 2009. HUD also was required to award nearly $1 billion to public housing agencies based on competition for priority investments, including investments that leverage private-sector funding or financing for renovations and energy conservation retrofitting. A total of 2,835 prime grants were awarded as of March 31, 2010, totaling $2.9 billion. The grants range from $7,917 to $423 million. [Footnote 1] The median award amount was $211,543. The award amount at the 25th percentile was $92,287; the award amount at the 75th percentile was $573,288. The vast majority of PHAs that received Recovery Act funds through the Capital Fund program have used the funds to rehabilitate public housing; other PHAs have used the funds for new construction. The types of rehabilitation projects varied. For example, the five grant recipients that we visited were funding a wide range of projects with their Capital Fund grants including comprehensive rehabilitation and modernization of public housing complexes, energy conservation and efficiency components, and upgrades to the interior and exterior of public housing structures. Some specific activities included bathroom and kitchen renovations, playground construction, emergency structural repairs, abatement of potentially environmentally hazardous materials, balcony and window replacements, and heat, cooling, and water system upgrades. Capital Fund Grants That Met Our Transparency Criteria: The following award descriptions contained sufficient information on general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes to meet our transparency criteria. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recovery.gov information: Recipient Name; Worcester Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Roof replacement of 94 buildings at family complex, comprehensive modernization of kitchens at two elderly/ disabled buildings and one family development, replacement of boiler system with energy efficient HVAC, comprehensive site improvements at three family developments and one elderly/disabled development, renovation to Step-Up Boiler Room, roof replacement at two elderly/ disabled developments, and at two elderly/disabled developments floor replacement. Quarterly Project Description; Projects include renovations to three public housing communities encompassing 670 units. Activities include kitchen renovation, boiler replacement and roof replacements. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding has resulted in the creation of 6 full time Force account roofers and 1 full time clerk of the works. Project Location: Street Address; Great Brook Valley Gardens, 81 Tacoma Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal; Worcester, MA 01605- 3518. Total Award Amount; $4,574,638.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MA06S01250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Asheville. Project Title; Klondyke Homes. Grant Award Summary; Recovery Act funds will be used to carry out Phase 4 of the comprehensive modernization at the PHA's Klondyke Homes community. Work includes asbestos tile abatement, new flooring, framing, cabinets, electrical, plumbing, energy efficient heating, new plumbing and electrical fixtures, EnergySTAR appliances, trimwork, new interior and exterior doors and hardware, painting and high R-value insulation. Recovery Act funds will also be used to replace the aging roofs on two highrise developments, Altamont Apartments and Bartlett Arms Apartments, with insulated energy-efficient roofs. Finally, Recovery Act Funds will be used to complete the final phase of renovations to a community services building in the Pisgah View Apartments community to provide additional offices and space for programs that serve the residents of Pisgah View. Quarterly Project Description; Klondyke Homes Modernization Phase 4: Buildings D1&2 sixteen 1&2 Bedroom Units the Plumbing, Electrical and HVAC interior rough-in completed. Gas Lines interior work complete. Gypsum wallboard installed. Building D1: painting, doors and VCT flooring are complete. Finish carpentry, hardware installation and electrical fixture installation in progress. Building D2: painting in progress. Four single family units the Electrical and HVAC rough-in 100% complete, the plumbing rough-in is 50% complete and gypsum wallboard work is in progress. Kitchen cabinet subcontractor scheduled to start installation by May17th. Altamont/Bartlett Arms Roof Projects: Work was contracted on February 10, 2010. Notice to Proceed: Not issued to date; waiting for shop drawings to be submitted by General Contractors before issuing Notice to Proceed. Pisgah View Community Services Center Project: Work was contracted on February 10, 2010 with a Change Order issued on March 15, 2010 to address existing latent structure damage. New contract schedule is 109 days, with a date for Substantial Completion of June 21, 2010. All drawings and submittals have been reviewed and processed. Pay request #1 has been processed. Project Activities Description; All Other Specialty Trade Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery Act Funding has allowed the PHA to expand it's force account crew to employ eight Public Housing residents as laborers in the first quarter. All eight positions were retained in the third quarter. These residents are receiving on-the-job training in trades such as carpentry, painting, demolition and site preparation/maintenance. This work will provide them with the experience and skills to find employment in the construction field. Additionally, Recovery Act Funding has provided for the retention of six jobs by the heating contractor selected to perform the work. Three jobs have been retained by the Construction Contractor performing work on the Pisgah View Community Services Project. Project Location: Street Address; Klondyke Homes, 500 Montford Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Asheville, NC 28801-6600. Total Award Amount; $3,384,718.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S00750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Keansburg Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at Granville Towers, a low income pubic housing development for the elderly and disabled. This funding will generate employment for architects and engineers, construction workers and building product manufacturers, and will help to modernize the public housing units in Granville Towers. Quarterly Project Description; Completed painting of the corridors and stairways in Granville Towers. Awarded contract for site improvements at Granville Towers. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 3 Electricians. Project Location: Street Address; 1 Church Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Keansburg, NJ 07734-1456. Total Award Amount; $112,289.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NJ39S06050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Syracuse Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Modernization Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at various Public Housing Communities. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for architects and engineers, construction workers and product manufacturers. In addition this funding can be expected to substantially modernize public housing units in this jurisdiction. Quarterly Project Description; Project includes the gereral renovation of Vinette Towers - 163 units of elderly/disabled federal public housing. Activities include the installation of energy efficient boilers, new windows, sprinklers, kitchen cabinet replacement and painting, asbestos removal, and new flooring. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; One job was created at the architectural firm who brought on an architect to handle the planning for the Vinette Towers modernization project. One job was created as a Clerk of the Works I was added by the Syracuse Housing Authority. One job was created for a Housing Specialist by the Housing Authority in order to relocate tenants for the renovations. One job was added by a contractor who was removing the old balcony railings for the window replacement. Project Location: Street Address; 516 Burt Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Syracuse, NY 13202-3915. Total Award Amount; $4,502,381.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NY06S00150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Housing Authority, Mcallen City Of. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at Public Housing Developments. Quarterly Project Description; Roofing improvements and gutter installation; windows and doors to Vine Terrace; a 49 public housing unit development. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Roofers, laborers, general construction jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 2220 N. 27th Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; McAllen, TX 78501- 6376. Total Award Amount; $384,653.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; TX59S02850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Goldsboro, N.C. Project Title; Lincoln Apartments Re-Roofing Project and Woodcrest Cross Connection Control ( Backflow Preventor) Project. Grant Award Summary; This Recovery Funding has allowed us to make capital improvements at three of our Public Housing Communities (Fairview Apartments, Woodcrest Terrace and Lincoln Apartments). The improvement at Fairview Apartments was a complete re-roofing job of 53 buildings or a total of 253 apartments, one (1) Office Building and one (1) Community Building. The funding resulted in employment for a Contractor on the Comprehensive Purchasing Consortium Program and Construction workers, product suppliers and product manufacturers. At our Woodcrest Terrace Development, the funding allowed us to install a City and State mandated Cross Connection Control (backflow preventor water valve) which is in accordance with the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1986. The labor for this installation was provided by currently employed Force Account Labor Employees. At the Lincoln Apartments Development we are in the process of re-roofing 66 apartments using Force Account Labor employees. The balance of these funds will be used to make capital improvements at the West Haven Apartments Development which will receive 300 new heating and central air conditioning and water heaters. Fairview East Apartments will receive 50 new heating and central air conditioning and water heaters. Quarterly Project Description; This quarter projects included the beginning stages of re-roofing of Lincoln Apartments which consist of 66 apartments. This work is being accomplished with Force Account Labor employees. We have hired (2) new temporary employees to help accomplish this work. Also the completion of the installation of a Cross Connection Control (Backflow Preventer). We had planned to continue installing backflow preventors in three other developments, but revised our ARRA Grant and shifted these items into another grant. This Revision was HUD approved on March 2, 2010. We have also contracted for the installation of 350 energy efficent new heating and central air conditioning units and water heater units. This Contract has been obligated, and work will start in April 2010. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding created jobs as roof installers, 2 job site supervisors, and 1 contract administrator. However no permanent full or part-time jobs were created. 3 currently employed force account labor employees installed a cross connection control valve (back flow preventor). The Contract for HVAC work at the West Haven Development and the Fairview East Development are scheduled to start in January and jobs will be reported in the next quarterly report. Project Location: Street Address; 700 North Jefferson Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Goldsboro, NC 27530-0000. Total Award Amount; $2,740,470.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S01550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Phillipsburg , The. Project Title; Siding and Guttering Project. Grant Award Summary; The ARRA Grant will be used to put steel siding with insulation on 41 public housing units which house mostly elderly and disabled tenants. Some new guttering will also be put on 2 buildings. Quarterly Project Description; Siding has been installed. Guttering will be paid for with a different grant since we used all of the ARRA Grant. Project Activities Description; United States (region). Description of Jobs Created; Siding installers worked here installing the siding on the buildings. Project Location: Street Address; 302 West F Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Phillipsburg, KS 67661-1826. Total Award Amount; $58,511.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; KS16S03650109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Bessemer Housing Commission. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activites at our Hillcrest Project. Replace all exits (3) to make handicap accessible; Construct a 10 stall with an additional 2 unit garage for maintenance. Quarterly Project Description; Replaced all concrete extrances/exits to handicap accessible with guard railings. Constructed 12 garages (10 residents and 2 maintenance). Project Activities Description; Site Preparation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Laborer, Carpenter, Plumber, Mason, Roofer, Electrician, Forklift Operator, Concrete Finisher, Truck Driver, Cement Finisher, Plumber. Project Location: Street Address; 300 North Hillcrest. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bessemer, MI 49911-1314. Total Award Amount; $144,953.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; MI33S01250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Neodesha Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; This funding will be used for project-wide window replacement. Existing windows are early 70s-era, and will be replaced with energy efficient windows. Quarterly Project Description; Contract is awarded. Work is projected to begin 03/01/2010, weather permitting. Project Activities Description; Glass and Glazing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Contract awarded to existing general contractor. Unsure if any additional employees will be required for our window-replacement contract. Project Location: Street Address; scattered sites. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Neodesha, KS 66757-0184. Total Award Amount; $93,732.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; KS16S06950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Chester Housing Authority, The. Project Title; The Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Capital Fund Program Grant. Grant award will allow the Chester Housing Authority to conduct modernization activities for 112 public housing units to include parking lot resurfacing and replacement of roof shingles. Quarterly Project Description; Quarterly activities included the replacement of roof shingles on three of five apartment buildings at the Chester Heights I Apartments. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; The housing authority has hired an engineering consultant to assist with the development of construction specifications, contractor selection and field inspections. Project Location: Street Address; 2678 Dawson Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Chester, SC 29706- 5121. Total Award Amount; $268,312.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; SC16S02050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Traverse City, City Of. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Project is located in a 10-story high rise. Activities include modernization of 2 elevator units including all mechanical and electronic components. Quarterly Project Description; Sub-contractor has begun the renovations on one elevator. It is estmated that the work on this elevator is approximately half completed. Once the current elevator is brought back on line the other elevator will be taken off line for rehabilitation. Project Activities Description; All Other Specialty Trade Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Elevator technicians. Project Location: Street Address; 150 Pine Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Traverse City, MI 49684-5404. Total Award Amount; $201,528.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MI33S08050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Philadelphia Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; This award will make possible the rehabilitation of unoccupied units, the restoration of fire-damaged units, the new construction of units, and the upgrade of sprinklers and mechanical and electrical equipment with high energy efficiency. This funding can be expected to substantially improve public housing in terms of availability of affordable housing units with low utility expenditures for low-income individuals and families. Quarterly Project Description; Project activities are in progress for the comprehensive rehabilitation of 340 Scattered Site Vacant Units. As of 03/31/10 237 units have completed construction. Project activities for the rehabilitation conversion at Plymouth Hall of 53 rental units include environmental remediation and demolition. The Notice to Proceed for construction was issued on 10/19/09 and the building permit was obtained on 2/10/2010. The Mechanical/Heating Systems Upgrade/ Enhancement PHA will improve operating efficiency and performance of the major mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems and will include a remote energy management system for the building systems. The Notice to Proceed to construction was issued on 10/19/09. Design of equipment upgrades are in progress. Project activities for the Upgrade of 18 High-rise Sprinklers include Fire Sprinkler Design /Survey and the Fabrication of Fire Sprinkler Materials. The sprinkler upgrade will bring sprinkler systems up to current code. The Notice to Proceed for construction was issued 10/21/09. Construction began 12/30/09 and remains in progress. The Markoe Street Project will rehab 17 vacant units due to fire damage and 6 units on vacant lots. The Notice to Proceed for construction was issued on 10/27/09. Zoning was completed on 2/18/2010. The 100 Scattered Sites Replacement Unit Project will construct 100 rental units. The Notice to Proceed to construction was issued on 12/29/09. Building permits were obtained on 3/25/2010. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding has resulted in the creation of 158.66 'FTE' jobs in the 1st quarter. The types of jobs created include carpenters, laborers, painters, plumbers and fitters, electricians, roofers, insulators, landscapers, masons, consultants, accountants, management staff, architects and engineers. Project Location: Street Address; 12 South 23rd Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19103-3014. Total Award Amount; $90,561,659.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; PA26S00250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Hampton Redevelopment & Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at various Public Housing developments. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for architects and engineers, construction workers and product manufacturers. In addition this funding can be expected to substantially modernize public housing units in this jurisdiction. Quarterly Project Description; Project includes the general renovations of 3 public housing communities encompassing 541 units. Activities include roofing replacement, flooring replacement, HVAC replacement, electrical panel upgrade and associated architectural and engineering services. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding has resulted in the award of four Architectural and Engineering contracts and five construction/ modernization contracts. These work items were shovel ready projects that were on the Authority's HUD approved 5 year CFP Action Plan. These projects' scope of work was spread between the Authority's AMPs: Lincoln Park, North Phoebus, and Langley Village. The scope of work consisted of roof replacements, floor covering replacement, electrical panel-board upgrades, parking lot repairs and a Geo-thermal HVAC replacement. Jobs or positions retained through these engineering firms and construction companies were 3 roofers, 1 engineer, 2 laborers, 1 carpenter and 1 electrician. One job or position was created for a laborer. Project Location: Street Address; 1135 LaSalle Avenue, PO Box 280. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Hampton, VA 23669- 0280. Total Award Amount; $2,183,174.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; VA36S017501-09. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. [End of table] Capital Fund Grants That Partially Met Our Transparency Criteria: The following award descriptions did not contain sufficient details on one or more of the following pieces of information necessary to facilitate general understanding of the award, based on our criteria: general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, or expected outcomes. In some cases, only a small amount of additional information was needed, while in other cases, many pieces of information were needed to make the description more transparent. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recovery.gov information: Recipient Name; Tuscaloosa Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at various Public Housing developments; Perform comprehensive physical needs assessment. Quarterly Project Description; Renovations to 30 Public Housing unit exteriors; Renovations & Additions to community center AL77-10; Physical needs assessment. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Funding resulted in the creation of jobs for 3 supervisors, 11 masons, 6 drywall installers, 5 electricians, 2 HVAC technicians, 2 plumbers, 4 laborers, 3 architects & 4 engineers. Project Location: Street Address; 570 60th Street, 2300 McKenzie Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Tuscaloosa, AL 35403-2281. Total Award Amount; $2,897,239.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; AL09S07750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects. The work includes rehabilitation to all 33 dwelling units at Branscomb Apartments, including adding square footage to units, new half bath on the ground floor, new electrical, HVAC system, new plumbing system and all new finishes inside. Work also includes new roofing, vinyl siding, porches/patios, and landscaping. The funding amount for this project is $692,496. At McKenzie Court and Annex, the work includes renovations to improve the exteriors of 30 public housing units at the development. More specifically the work includes new roof trusses, decking and shingles, new front porches, knee walls or railings, porch columns, new insulated windows, new siding, new sidewalks, and landscaping. The funding amount for this project is $961,250. Both projects are complete regarding the ARRA grant. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Chicago Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Public Housing Modernization Program - Formula Grant. Grant Award Summary; Capital construction funds to provide for the rehabilitation and modernization of public housing units. This grant will fund the ADA upgrades to multiple sites and the rehabilitation of seven (7) sites critical to the Plan for Transformation, including the following locations: - Dearborn Homes Phase 4 - Wentworth Gardens - Wentworth Annex - Kenmore Senior Apartments - Lawndale Apartments - Washington Park Low Rise Apartments - Altgeld Gardens/Philip Murray Homes Phase 4 This grant will fund the demolition of three (3) sites critical to the Plan for Transformation, including ABLA row homes, six buildings at Harold Ickes and one non-dwelling building at Washington Park. This grant will also fund the installation of security camera systems across the CHA portfolio with connection to the Office of Emergency Management and Communication. Quarterly Project Description; Quarterly activities include project management work related to six comprehensive modernization projects, ADA upgrades to several properties, demolition work at two properties and the installation of security cameras at properties throughout the CHA portfolio. Specific activities include demolition and abatement work, metal stud framing, interior//exterior masonry, window installation, ADA improvements, comprehensive modernization of public housing units, and demolition services. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding has resulted in the creation of 4.5 full time administrative positions related to the management of ARRA activities. Contractors have employed approximately 185 full time employees, including 50 laborers, 34 carpenters, 11 electricians, 11 masons, 13 plumbers, 6 painters, and various other positions. Project Location: Street Address; 1069 E. 132nd St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60827- 1508. Total Award Amount; $143,913,180.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; IL06S00250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 12 projects in addition to administrative costs. The work includes rehabilitating 1901 units of public housing, demolishing unsafe, vacant buildings, and enhancing property safety and security. See table 8 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient Web site and recipient. Recipient Name; Clay Center, Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct Modernization at the Clay Center Housing Authority. This funding will result in providing employment for construction. Quarterly Project Description; Obligated money on site improvement of sidewalk repair and replacement. Project Activities Description; Drywall and Insulation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA funding has resulted in three temporary jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 114 East Division Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Clay Center, NE 68933-1437. Total Award Amount; $45,766.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NE26S01950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project. They have replaced wall air conditioners with central air and old boilers with heat pumps. Additionally, they are repairing drywall where old wall air conditioners were and performing brick tuck pointing on all 13 buildings (covering 26 units). The work also includes sidewalk repair and replacement at the Golden Rod Apartments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Talco Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Formual Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Total renovation of 1 unit. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; painter, carpenter, labor. Project Location: Street Address; 300 E. Wilson St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Talco, TX 75487- 0395. Total Award Amount; $18,976.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; TX21S14550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project. The work includes the renovation at the Talco Housing Authority, 300 E. Wilson, Tex. It is a complete renovation of one unit including new cabinets, sink, tub, air conditioning unit, etc., in order to bring the unit on line. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Duval County Housing Authority. Project Title; Roof Replacement 12 Duplexes 2 offices. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Funds or Recovery Act Funds 2009. Quarterly Project Description; Job Completed. 12 duplexes roofed and 2 offices roofed. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; PHA hired one (1) temporary administrative clerk. PHA awarded one (1) full contract award for roofing. PHA awarded one (1) contract to an Architect. Project Location: Street Address; 4541 Fm.Rd. 1329 Salazar Addition, P.O. Box 366. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; San Diego, TX 78384-0336. Total Award Amount; $104,604.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; TX59S37650109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project: The work includes roof replacement in one office at their site in Freer, Tex., and roof replacement in 12 duplexes and one office at their site in San Diego, Tex. All work is complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Alexander County Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Replace Elevator in Smith Highrise - Replace Generators for Smith & Shuemaker Bldg - Replace Boilers at Scattered Sites. Quarterly Project Description; Began work on elevator replacement - Began work on generator replacement - Replaced boilers at Scattered Sites. Project Activities Description; Painting and Wall Covering Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 4 Plumbers 1 Laborer 3 Electricians 2 Elevator Apprentices 1 Elevator Foreman. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Connell F. Smith Sr., Bldg., PO Box 191. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Cairo, IL 62914- 0191. Total Award Amount; $1,268,015.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; IL06S00750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects: (1) The rehabilitation of one elevator located at Smith highrise in order to meet new standards for elevators in the State of Illinois. The work includes new cab, electrical panels, and new double-cased hydraulic jack. Also, the new shaft had to be drilled in order to accommodate the new hydraulic jack.(2) Installation of one generator at Smith and Shuemaker highrise. The new emergency generator was installed between the two highrise buildings for the elderly and handicapped. The generator will operate the elevators in both highrises in case of power failure. The generator will supply power to emergency lights and lights in community rooms in each building. Last year, the authority experienced a power outage that lasted most of a week and the only way tenants could exit the buildings was by walking down as many as eight flights of stairs. (3) Fifty boilers were replaced at scattered sites. The old boilers were for the most part 20 years old and inefficient. New energy-efficient boilers were installed. The work includes boiler replacements for 10 units at Greaney Gardens, 7 units at Moreland Manor, 17 units at Johnson Terrace, and 16 units at Butler Homes. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Mooresville Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Capital Fund Formula Grant that will be used to conduct modernization activities at our public housing developments. This will include new roofs at a family complex and new heating and air conditioning units at an elderly complex. Quarterly Project Description; Modernization improvements with ARRA funds include roof replacement at one site and new heating and air conditioning units at another site. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Architecture firm has created two jobs, an Architect and Intern Architect. They have retained two jobs, Architectural Technician and Clerical. No new hires with roofing and heating but using same employees. Project Location: Street Address; 207 South Sherrill Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Mooresville, NC 28115-3156. Total Award Amount; $244,651.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S02450109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient is funding two projects: The work on one project includes installing heating systems at Circle Drive Apartments, 16 units, and one unit at West End for a total of 17 units. The funding amount for this project is $44,582. The work for the other project includes replacing roofs at the West End Apartments for 34 buildings (60 apartments). The funding amount for this project is $200,069. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Lebanon Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; HUD Capital Fund Program ARRA Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Project includes energy efficiency upgrades at two locations. At one location insulation will be applied above a community room ceiling and a solar domestic hot water heating system will be installed. At the other location a complete upgrade of the building envelopes of all 5 buildings will be completed, with fixing exterior rot, adding rigid insulation and new siding, for significant energy savings. Project Activities Description; Other Building Equipment Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 1 person hired full time to do energy efficiency upgrading on building exteriors, 1 person hired part time. Project Location: Street Address; 31 Romano Circle. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; West Lebanon, NH 03784-1687. Total Award Amount; $284,547.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NH36S00950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects: At Romano Circle, 31 Romano Circle, West Lebanon, N.H., 03784,they are using funds for improving building insulation and reducing air infiltration to five buildings containing 30 units for improved energy efficiency and indoor air quality. They also will be replacing kitchen lights for all 30 units. The building insulation project is about half complete and the kitchen lights are to be completed. The funded amount for this project is $217,497. The second project is at Lebanon Towers, 97 Hanover St., Lebanon, N.H., 03766, which is 40 units of elderly housing. The work includes replacing the community room ceiling, air sealing the community room for energy efficiency, and installing a solar domestic hot water system for a cost-effective way to generate hot water by solar power. The air sealing and hot water system are complete and they have started work on the new ceiling. The funded amount for this project is $67,050. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Housing & Development Commission. Project Title; Public HousingCapital Fund Stimulus Recovery Act Fund. Grant Award Summary; Relocation and expansion of the Community Room/ Computer Area/Dining Hall. Quarterly Project Description; We are taking bids this month, and will be breaking ground in the spring. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs to be created are: carpenters, bricklayers, roofers, concrete workers, plumbers and electricians. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Sisseton, SD 57262-0196. Total Award Amount; $114,320.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; SD06S02050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient is funding one project. The work includes improvements to the Sisseton Housing and Redevelopment Commission's main building in order to modernize, improve, and enlarge their community room. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and HUD Web site. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of City Of Boaz. Project Title; AL075000030. Grant Award Summary; To assist the PHA in carrying out capital and management activities at public housing developments in accoudance with the requirements of the ARRA including Title XVI general provisions of the ARRA, in order to ensure that such developments continue to be available to serve low-income families. Quarterly Project Description; Paid Architect for specs and plans. Paid Contractor for HVAC installation. Project Activities Description; Housing Rehabilitation. Description of Jobs Created; Architech, HVAC installers, electrictians, and carpenters were used. Project Location: Street Address; Archer Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Boaz, AL 35957- 1361. Total Award Amount; $897,440.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; AL09S07550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects: The work at one project includes removing asphalt shingles and installing metal roofs for 78 units at Mt. Vernon Homes. The contract amount was $527,155, and the housing authority has paid $47,459.70 on June 9, 2010. At this site, they also have completed the installation of a new high-efficiency HVAC system. The other HVAC project covers 58 units at Geraldine and Fyffe sites (32 and 26 units, respectively). The contract amount was $160,586, the housing authority has paid the amount of $10,289.59 on June 7, 2010. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Winslow, City Of. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Quarterly Project Description; Dug up and removed unnecessary fencing and concrete footings. Researched and requested bids for non-dwelling equipment. Ordered the equipment. Rebuilt Maintenance Storage facility. Replaced 55 Refrigerators with Energy Star Refrigerators. Replaced 55 Gas Ranges. Ordered 55 replacement Evap Coolers. Began work on remodeling 1 unit for wheel chair accessibility. Project Activities Description; Household Appliance Stores. Description of Jobs Created; Researching, ordering, carpentry, digging, hauling. Ordering goods and materials from local businesses. Installation of appliances. Plumbing, electrical, drywall, texturing, painting. Project Location: Street Address; 900 W Henderson Sq. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Winslow, AZ 86047- 2331. Total Award Amount; $116,220.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; AZ20S00850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at the Northwest Square development, covering 55 units. The work is for site improvements, which include the removal of fencing and concrete footings to clear the area for residents to use. The work also included refurbishing the maintenance storage shed, which was used to store refrigerators, stoves, and evaporative coolers ordered under this project prior to their installation. These appliances will be used to replace the ones in all the units as part of the modernization. Other site improvements include modification of two units for wheelchair accessibility and the repair of sidewalks within the property boundaries. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Portland Housing Authority. Project Title; Capital Fund Program Recovery. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities in public housing units. Quarterly Project Description; Awarded contract for Heating System and Piping upgrades. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; none. Project Location: Street Address; 9 Chatham Court. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Woodbury, CT 06480-1958. Total Award Amount; $109,126.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; CT26S03650109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project at Chatham Court. The work included plumbing and heating system upgrades that affected 48 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Madison Housing Authority. Project Title; Reroofing and offstreet parking at Ga193-01&02. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Modernization. Quarterly Project Description; Reroofing has been completed and we are 95% complete with offstreet parking. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Inspector,Architect & concrete finishers. Project Location: Street Address; Madison Avenue, Morgan circle. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Madison, GA 30650- 0650. Total Award Amount; $140,421.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; GA06S19350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient is funding two projects: At Madison Avenue, the work includes the reroofing of 24 public housing units. Additional roof vents were installed to keep attics cool and conserve energy. Also at this site, the work includes the installation of off-street parking. The funding amount for this project was $114,219. The other project includes adding off-street parking at Morgan Circle. The funding amount for this project was $16,707. The remaining funds were used authority wide for architect/engineer fees and inspection salaries. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Goodland Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Comprehensive modernization of family units. Replacing windows with energy efficient windows, replacing interior and exterior doors, baseboard heater covers and replacing concrete sidewalks. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for architects, construction workers and product manufacturers. This funding can also be expected to substantially modernize public family housing units in this jurisdiction. Quarterly Project Description; Architect fees. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; architect. Project Location: Street Address; 320 Grand. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Goodland, KS 67735-1638. Total Award Amount; $127,785.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; KS16S05550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at Spark Towers for 12 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority City Of Donaldsonville Inc. Project Title; St. Patrick Street Renovations. Grant Award Summary; The Housing Authority of the City of Donaldsonville is implementing the following activities using Capital Fund Recovery Act funding: 5 units of the BLUM-MATTINGLY-GROS MEM(LA043000001)public housing development are being rehabilitated. Quarterly Project Description; Demolition kitchen and bath area, removing and replacing electrical panel, removal of drywall and vinyl tile flooring. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; For the 1st Quarter of 2010 the ARRA funding has resulted in the creation/retention of 2.56 full time equivalent general construction jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 1501 St. Patrick Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Donaldsonville, LA 70346-4138. Total Award Amount; $290,801.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; LA48S04350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project for the modernization of public housing units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and HUD Web site. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Oakdale. Project Title; LA48SO3350109. Grant Award Summary; fees and cost constructed laundry rooms on 16 units. Quarterly Project Description; laundry rooms are under construction at this time. Project Activities Description; United States (region). Description of Jobs Created; Carpenter and Laborers. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Oakdale, LA 71463- 2726. Total Award Amount; $274,595.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; LA48SO3350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project. The work includes constructing 16 laundry rooms at the Pear Orchard site. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Mansfield, The. Project Title; Bathroom Renovations-Window Replacement. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Stimulus Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Replace Bathroom Sheetrock And Wall Tile. Replace All Windows In 20 Units. Project Activities Description; Drywall and Insulation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Drywall and tile setters window installers. Project Location: Street Address; 100 E Maple St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Mansfield, MO 65704-9114. Total Award Amount; $119,660.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; MO36S09050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; MO090-3. Sub #1: Recipient Name; RIO CONTRACTING, L.L.C. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $56,924.29. Sub #1: POP Street Address; PO Box 10705 G.S. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Springfield, MO 65808-0705. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; MO090. Sub #2: Recipient Name; David and Melody Day Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $60,750.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 836 W. Washington. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Marshfield, MO 65706-2211. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects. The work was on 35 bathrooms, including new sheetrock, waterproofing membrane, and wall tile at 100 E. Maple St. The work at 100 N. Poplar St. site included replacing existing windows in 20 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Fairmont Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; replace old heat furnace and tenant provided window a/c units with new high efficient heat pumps. Quarterly Project Description; A/E design. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; a/e secretary, designers. Project Location: Street Address; 501 McDaniel Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fairmont, NC 28340-0661. Total Award Amount; $109,174.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S04750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at scattered sites covering 50 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Keokuk Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Modernization of elderly housing to include installation of fire sprinkler system and modernization of family housing to include replacement of tile flooring and storm doors. Quarterly Project Description; Installation of fire sprinkler is underway, flooring has been replaced in 35 of 50 units, installation of storm doors in family housing is scheduled to begin in mid-April 2010. Project Activities Description; Flooring Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; One part time laborer position created, two part time floor installers retained, four full time sprinkler installers retained. Project Location: Street Address; 111 South 2nd Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Keokuk, IA 52632- 5809. Total Award Amount; $347,950.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; IA05S03050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project. The work includes the installation of a fire sprinkler system in 148 units at the Mississippi Terrace building and installation of floor tile and storm doors in 50 units of family housing. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Randolph County Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Perform improvements at various Public Housing Developments. This funding will provide jobs for various trades, and both skilled and un-skilled labor. Quarterly Project Description; RCHA has started several Recovery Act related projects that include the following: site hazard removal, energy efficiency upgrades, appliance upgrades, etc. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; ARRA Funding has resulted in FTE hours in various building trades, general labor, and production type employment. The RCHA used the HUD job count guidance in order to calculate the number of jobs reported in this field. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Koeneman Acres, 200 A Harmsen Circle. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Chester, IL 62233- 1707. Total Award Amount; $400,110.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; IL06S05250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient is funding one project: The work is all being done at Koeneman Acres, a 68-unit complex. Work at this site includes (1) Damaged concrete replacement; trip hazard removal; and erosion repair. All of these activities have been completed and the $90,000 is fully expended. (2) Energy-efficient HVAC upgrades; window upgrades; and door replacement. All of these activities have been completed and the $230,110 is fully expended. (3) Energy-efficient appliance upgrades, including 40 Energy Star refrigerators. This activity is complete and the $25,000 is fully expended. (4) Vacancy reduction and equipment upgrades in order to increase maintenance response time. This activity is complete and the $35,000 is fully expended. The remaining funding amounts are for administrative costs associated with the numerous reporting requirements of the ARRA program. These functions continue and the funds are near full expenditure. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Cass County Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Bathroom renovation & sewer line replacment. Quarterly Project Description; Nearly complete. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; No new jobs created. Project Location: Street Address; 230 8th Ave. West. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; West Fargo, ND 58078-2668. Total Award Amount; $301,368.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; ND06S00150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project: The work is for 30 units at Southdale Manor. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Winterset, City Of. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus(Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Retrofit elevator to meet code/Comprehensive modernization of office/lobby & hallway to include wall treatment (sheetrock or vinyl/wainscoating. Quarterly Project Description; Sheet rocked & painted hallways on all 3 floors,plus the restrooms on first floor. Ordered lavatories for apartments plus faucets and plumbing. Electrician took down channel molding and light fixtures before sheet rocking then replaced afterwards plus extending recepticals. Project Activities Description; All Other Specialty Trade Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; dry wall installation drywall finishing painting electrician clean up. Project Location: Street Address; 415 North 2nd Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Winterset, IA 50273-1291. Total Award Amount; $64,566.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; IA05501750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Sources for Supplemental Information; [Empty]. Recipient Name; Baldwin Housing Commission. Project Title; Resurface parking lots. Grant Award Summary; Repair/resurface parking lot & sidewalks. Replace locks in all units Replace sewer pumps. Quarterly Project Description; Hired M.C. Smith Arcitects to oversee the project. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Architectural Services, Management, Clerical. Project Location: Street Address; 105 Fournier Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Baldwin, MI 49304- 9401. Total Award Amount; $132,567.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MI33S05050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects. The work includes changing locks in 76 senior apartments and 10 family homes (scattered sites). This project is complete. They are also resurfacing parking lots in their senior apartment complex (76 units), which is nearly complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Waveland Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Demolition of Bay Pine Homes MS 064-003. Quarterly Project Description; 100% completed. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 1 supervisor, 6 laborers, 2 track hoe operators. Project Location: Street Address; 601 Bienville Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bay St. Louis, MS 39521-2219. Total Award Amount; $136,142.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; MS26S10150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project: The work includes the demolition of 65 units in one building (Bay Pine Homes) that was damaged by Hurricane Katrina. The rest of the building units were demolished in 2005. This project was to demolish those remaining 65 units in the building that could not be rehabilitated. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Hoboken Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Fund Project. Grant Award Summary; Various Improvement & Renovation projects Using ARRA Fund. Apartment Renovations, Community Room Renovation, Community Laundry Room Renovation, Roof Replacement, Replacement of Parking Los, Facade & Brick repointing, Removal of Fire Hose Cabinate,Replacement of Elevator cab floors, Replacement of Kitchen Cabinets, Apartment Renovation and painting and Energy Audit. Quarterly Project Description; (1)Apartment Renovation Project work in progress and 80 % Completed. (2) Roof replacement job was 100% completed.(3) Removal of Fire Hose cabinate job was 100% Completed (4) Apartment Painting Job is 100% Completed (5) Communit room Renovation work in progress and 24% work is completed (6) Community Room and Laundry Room renovation work in progress and 9 % completed (7) Replacement of Parking lots architects work in completed and Job will start on April 2010. (8) Facade & Brick repoint wrok in progress (9) Replacement of Elevator job will be started in April 2010 (10) Replacement of Kitchen cabinate work will be start in April 2010 (11) Energy Audit service work is Completed but has not yet billed. (12)for 10 Year Plan of Improvement Architects work completed. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Housing Authority gave it construction job and related architects job to approved out side contractors by publicly advertisrd bids or 5 quotes. Project Location: Street Address; 400 Harrison Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Hobken, NJ 07030- 6202. Total Award Amount; $2,780,883.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NJ39S015501-09. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project, covering 62 units at the Andrew Jackson Gardens complex. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Auburn Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization of family units at Olympia Terrace. Activities include replacing exterior doors, siding etc. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for construction workers, and product manufacturers. In addition this funding will modernize public housing units in the jusidiction. Quarterly Project Description; Bid was awarded. Contracts for the construction have been completed, and work has started. Project Activities Description; Siding Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created is unknown at this time. Project Location: Street Address; Olympia Terrace. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Auburn, NY 13021- 0109. Total Award Amount; $94,885.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NY06S06650109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The work addresses 50 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Cumberland Housing Authority, Town Of. Project Title; ARRA. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization of kitchens at Cumberland Manor. Kitchen cabinet/countertop replacement. Quarterly Project Description; Project not started. No Activities. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs created. Project not started. Project Location: Street Address; One Mendon Road. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Cumberland, RI 02864-6211. Total Award Amount; $230,065.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; RI43S-010-50109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project: The work includes the removal and replacement of kitchen cabinets and countertops in 52 dwelling units and two resident community areas. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Administracion De Vivienda Publica. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Priority was given to the already bid modernization projects that needs funding to be suplemented. It was included designed projects or projects in the final design phase that could start the construction during the first year. Capital improvements projects that could start in the first six months on the first year were included. Priority consideration was given to the rehabilitation of vacant rental units. Capital projects that were already underway and required additional funds or were included in the five year action plan were given priority. The funds of this grant were to supplement expenditures not to suplant expenditures. Quarterly Project Description; It has been obligated 100% and expended 16.4% of the total funds. Seventeen (17) modernization projects are already in construction phase that includes 1,973 units. One (1) additional modernization project is proposed to start in april-2010 that only have management cost with ARRA funds. 28 projects of Capital Improvements began their works. Project Activities Description; Residential Remodelers. Description of Jobs Created; The construction projects with ARRA funds is incrementing the employments in the Development and Construction Area of Public Housing. In the 46 construction projects of the agency, diversified positions and/or jobs task have been created such as construction management, administrative operations, technical skills, construction workers, product manufacturers and engineering in order to develop the proposed project. Project Location: Street Address; Juan Cesar Cordero Bldg, Barbosa Ave. # 606. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; San Juan, PR 00936-3188. Total Award Amount; $174,579,333.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; RQ46S00550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 8. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2009-249. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Individual Management And Consultant, Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $194,761.70. Sub #1: POP Street Address; PO Box 456 Mercedita,. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ponce, PR 00715-0456. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2009-254. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Martinal Property Corp. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,340,697.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 701 Ponce De Leon Edif. Centro de Seguros Suite 100. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Juan, PR 00927-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2009-242. Sub #3: Recipient Name; J A Machuca And Associates. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $589,423.34. Sub #3: POP Street Address; PMB-285,1575 Ave. Munoz Rivera. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ponce, PR 00717-0211. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 2009-230. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Housing Promoters Inc. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,975,969.18. Sub #4: POP Street Address; PO Box 68 Saint Just, PR 00978. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Trujillo Alto, PR 00978- 0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 2009-238. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Management Administration Services Corp. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $407,727.50. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Ave. Munoz Rivera #894 Suite 201. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Juan, PR 00927-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 2009-237. Sub #6: Recipient Name; M J Consulting & Development, Inc. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $437,169.44. Sub #6: POP Street Address; PO Box 8425. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Caguas, PR 00726-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 2009-231. Sub #7: Recipient Name; American Management And Administration Corp. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $621,073.88. Sub #7: POP Street Address; PO Box 21487 San Juan, PR 00926. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Juan, PR 00928-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 2009-247. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Property Marketers & Managers Corp. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $5,732,959.54. Sub #8: POP Street Address; PO Box 79381 ,. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Carolina, PR 00984-9381. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 47 projects including the rehabilitation of more than 9,000 units. See table 10 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and HUD. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of, The City Of Ogden. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; conduct modernization of the agency's public housing units. Funds will be spent on A&E to help design and rehabiliate units to meet ADA requirements, to bring about efficencies in energy use and to modernize public housing units. Quarterly Project Description; Completed work to renovate 2 units that will meet ADA requirements. Units will receive new plumbing, electrical, insulation, baths, kitchens, etc that meet ADA. With the same general contractor improvements were made to the community room to renovate the restrooms to meet ADA to include an accessable door to enter the community room and other renovations. At this same site we have completed the replacement of all patio doors and windows with energy efficient products. We have a contract to renovate 24 bathrooms to include new plumbing within the units. We have relied on the expertise of A&E firms to assist in these projects. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; A & E Firms have retained 1 engineers, 1 draftsman, 1 architect. Contrators have 7 employed/retained through direct oversight and subs. Project Location: Street Address; 550 Grant Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Ogden, UT 84404- 0000. Total Award Amount; $390,462.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; UT06S00250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects including (1) The project at Kimi to replace plumbing in 24 units to include tub and surrounds in 23 units. This includes new flooring in bathroom and countertop vanity in 24 units. The cost to complete the project is $175, 435.(2) The project at Lomond to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. The work includes remodeling two units to make bathrooms ADA compliant and renovation work to the community room. The cost to complete the project is $117,335.(3) The window replacement project at Lomand which includes replacing 77 windows and 75 patio doors. The cost to complete this project is $80,232. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Massac County Housing Authority. Project Title; Massac County Housing Authority. Grant Award Summary; Replace furnace, install central air conditioning,replace roof, replace door locks, install playgrounds, basketball courts, and a gazebo. Install retaining wall. Quarterly Project Description; A & E Services. Install playgrounds and basketball courts, and gazebo. Project Activities Description; Direct Service. Description of Jobs Created; (1) Assist with A & E. (2) Construction workers. Project Location: Street Address; 1209 E. 5th Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Metropolis, IL 62960-0528. Total Award Amount; $402,629.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; IL06S04150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at scattered sites. They have completed all projects including installing central air conditioning for 50 units, installing 41 new deadbolt apartment door locks, replacing a furnace in the office building, and replacing 1 roof. They have completed improvements to the outside property including: installation of 2 basketball courts and 2 playgrounds, and also installed 1 gazebo for elderly residents. Furthermore they installed a retaining wall at the back of 4 apartments that were on the edge of a property for protection against erosion. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Star Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus. Grant Award Summary; Modernization Activities In Public Housing Development. Quarterly Project Description; Modernization Of Public Housing Development. Project Activities Description; Masonry Contractors. Description Of Jobs Created; Construction, Laborers, Painters, Accountants. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; STAR, NC 27356- 0000. Total Award Amount; $57,472.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S02950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at one location that has multiple buildings. The office address at the location is 233 Center Street, Star, N.C., 27356. The work covered approximately 26 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Fort Sumner Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus(Formula)Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus(Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Quarterly Project Description; Signed a contract for windows in 42 of our units on March 10, 2010. Windows have been ordered, installation should start approximately May 1, 2010. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs have been created at this time. Project Location: Street Address; 165 E. Main Ave. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fort Sumner, NM 88119-9211. Total Award Amount; $90,517.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; NM02S02550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project to replace 123 windows in 47 units at 165 E. Main Ave, Fort Sumner, N.M., 88119. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Bridgeport Housing Authority. Project Title; Bridgeport Housing Authority. Grant Award Summary; ARRA funds. Quarterly Project Description; replaced A/C and heating for 14 units. Project Activities Description; Awards, Prizes & Competitions. Description of Jobs Created; none created but helped to retain the ones employed. Project Location: Street Address; 1508 Cobb. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bridgeport, TX 76426-0486. Total Award Amount; $36,120.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; TX21S06750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient is funding one project at the Butterfield Courts site. The work includes replacing air conditioning and heating units in 14 apartments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Broward County Housing Authority (Inc). Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Install impact windows and doors in all dwelling units and management offices at 5 sites. Quarterly Project Description; Provide and install impact windows and hurricane resistant doors in all units and management offices at 5 sites. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 0. Project Location: Street Address; 2411 NW 7 Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311-7781. Total Award Amount; $1,668,572.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; FL14S07950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded four projects: (1) Installing new windows, interior/exterior painting, and replacing nurses call stations in each unit for 100 units at Highland Gardens. The nurse stations are complete, painting is under contract, and other projects are in progress. The funding amount for this project is $120,251. (2) Installing new windows and doors at 88 units at scattered sites (Everglades, Auburn, and Roosevelt) and replacing roofs of 12 buildings at Auburn. The activities for this project are in different phases, either in progress or the contract was awarded. The funding amount for thiis project is $771,244. (3) Installing new windows at Griffin Gardens, a 100-unit site. This project is in progress, with a funding amount of $16,587. (4) Installing impact-resistant windows and replacing entry doors at Meyers Estates and Park Ridge for 87 units. This project is in progress, with a funding amount of $760,220. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; City Of Mcdonough. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Capital funding for the replacement of windows and exterior door systems in 27 units of low income public housing. Quarterly Project Description; Contracting is complete on this project and submittals have been received from the contractor. Work is expected to begin in May 2010. Project Activities Description; Glass and Glazing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; No work has begun on this project as of this reporting period. Project Location: Street Address; 345 Simpson Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; McDonough, GA 30253-3417. Total Award Amount; $214,977.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; GA06S18250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient is funding one project at Eastside Homes. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Pope County. Project Title; Public Housing capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activites at two of our Public Housing projects. This funding will result in providing employment for architects and engineers, construction workers and product manufacturers. In addition this funding has allowed the modernization to take place at least a year earlier than anticipated-- creating a more attractive unit to rent. Quarterly Project Description; Bid opening was January 6, with the awarding of the contract on January 12. Site work began on March 22. Architect/Engineers continue to monitor the renovation project. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Site work was begun, replacing sidewalks that had drainage problems and trip hazards. --2 persons employed to do the work. Project Location: Street Address; 802 S. Franklin St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Golconda, IL 62938-1028. Total Award Amount; $196,329.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; IL06S05850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects. The work includes remodeling the kitchens in 7 apartments and also repairing the sidewalk that affects 8 units at Hillcrest Homes. The funding amount spent on this project as of July 2010 was $98,580, and the project is almost complete. The work at Eddyville includes remodeling the bathrooms in 14 units. The funding amount spent on this project as of July 2010 was $71,750, and the project is nearly complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Sturgis Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Replacement of roofs on 9 buildings, management consultant services, trees topped or removed that were damaged in ice storm, replacement of water heaters. Quarterly Project Description; 2 trees removed, 5 trees topped, grinding of tree stumps replacement of 2 water heaters. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; tree trimmers, plumber. Project Location: Street Address; 116 E. Old Providence Rd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Sturgis, KY 42459- 1726. Total Award Amount; $89,235.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; KY36S09450109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project at the Pleasant View Apartments covering 25 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Mount Desert Housing, Incorporated. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Conducted modernization activities at various Public Housing developments. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for architects, engineers, construction workers and product manufacturers, the purchase of a prorated portion of an Aerial Boom Lift for the eventual installation of energy efficient windows and other various jobs. Quarterly Project Description; Energy efficient window replacement at Maple Lane. Project Activities Description; Other Building Equipment Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; The number of jobs created/retained was generated using the jobs calculator excel spreadsheet as provided by HUD, off your web site. This funding is supporting the partial employment of three full time employees and a construction engineer. Project Location: Street Address; 80 Mount Desert Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bar Harbor, ME 04609-0028. Total Award Amount; $33,183.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; ME36S02450109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project. The work includes replacing windows in 18 units at the Maple Lane Apartments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; East Jordan Housing Commission. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; This award will allow the East Jordan Housing Commission to make improvements to driveways and sidewalks, repair roofs, install cupboards, carpet, and make miscellaneous repairs. Quarterly Project Description; The roof work started this quarter. Two buildings/units have a new roof. All ARRA funds have been obligated. Contracts for Energy Star appliances, drywall, lumber and cupboards are in place. Project Activities Description; All Other Specialty Trade Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; The following types of jobs were created and retained: roofer, carpenter. Two people worked on the roofing project for part of the quarter, including one low income person from the housing authority. A Job Impact Assessment team gathered information on job impact within the organization and from groups that received ARRA funds. The potential job creator list was established by brainstorming based on the question: Who might have used the funds we gave them to create or retain jobs? The team gathered information on the normal length of a work week, dates of employment for new hires, and notes on jobs that were saved with ARRA funds. Jobs creation outside the United States was not considered. The FTE was then determined. The ARRA job impact was calculated following the Office of Management and Budget guidance in OMB Memorandum M-10-08. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; East Jordan, MI 49727-9747. Total Award Amount; $46,711.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MI33S11850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project: The work is being done on five units within the Lakeview Manor complex. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Union City Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Funds Program. Grant Award Summary; 2009 CFRP - windows and security screens in 75 units, efficiency unit conversions and vinyl siding. Quarterly Project Description; Project includes the replacement of windows/screens on 28 buildings in two developments, and the conversion of 3 zero bedroom units into 2 one bedroom units in four buildings in one development. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Architects, Engineers, Carptenters, Environmental Abatement, Plumbers, Electricians, HVAC. Project Location: Street Address; 1409 East Main Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Union City, TN 38261-2707. Total Award Amount; $556,731.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; TN43S00950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects. (1) The housing authority is using capital funds to convert three efficiency units into two one-bedroom units on four buildings at one development (which has no name) in order to improve on the marketability of the units. This project is over 50 percent complete, with a project cost of $257,000. (2) Work also includes vinyl siding to all buildings at the same development that did not already have new siding. The project cost is $20,000 and the project is complete. (3) The third project includes installing new windows and security window screens at two developments, the same development in projects one and two, and Joe Moore Homes. This project is complete with a project cost of $234,000. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Dedham Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Energy Star Rated Boiler Replacement System. Quarterly Project Description; Architet Service Prepared Specs. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Mechanical Engineer. Project Location: Street Address; High Street, O'Brien Way. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Dedham, MA 02026- 2541. Total Award Amount; $50,494.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MA06S04050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient is funding one project. The work includes replacing boilers for 24 units at the High Street Project. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; H A S Properties. Project Title; Capital Fund Grant. Grant Award Summary; These funds will be used for re-roofing project for 300 units in Springfield, Missouri and installation of new Kitchen Cabinet for 160 units. Quarterly Project Description; Completed Re-roofing project at 300 units, kitchen cabinet replacement at 160 units, 160 stove and refrigerator replacement. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Roofers, carpenters, Labors. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Springfield, MO 65806-2938. Total Award Amount; $1,418,906.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; MO16S05850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded four sites: (1) At Cedarbrook Apartments, they completed kitchen cabinet replacement, re-roofing, and stove and refrigerator replacement for 80 units. The funding amount for this project is $498,346. (2) At South Towers, they completed re-roofing of 24 units. The funding amount for this project is $82,519. (3) At the Glenwood complex, they completed re-roofing of 95 units. The funding amount is $319,588. (4) At the Bolivar Road Apartments, they completed the replacement of kitchen cabinets and replacement of roofs of 112 units. The funding amount for this project is $518,451. All projects are complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Billings Inc. Project Title; ARRA Captial Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Comprehensive modernization of family units - Capital Fund ARRA. Quarterly Project Description; 19 roof replacements, 16 energy star water heater replacements, 13 energy star furnace replacements, 40 units residing and sheds. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs created. Contractors and Architects used existing staff for ARRA contracts. Project Location: Street Address; 4000 Morgan. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Billings, MT 59101-2318. Total Award Amount; $614,656.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; MT06S00150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Recipient Name; Smithfield Housing Authority Inc. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at three Public Housing developments - Remodel bathroom, kitchens, install dryer connections, install new flooring and install vinyl siding over wood. Quarterly Project Description; Initial bids were opened on January 26th and came in over the amount of funds available. We changed the scope of work to remove the geo-thermal HVAC component and added work on remodeling bathroom, kitchens, flooring and vinyl siding. We re- advertised the project for bids. Bids were opened on February 23rd and a contract awarded on March 10th. The contractor plans to start on May 1st. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; Our architect has hired two full time employees - an architect and an intern architect. They have also retained two staff positions - a senior architectural technician and a clerical position. Only the clerical worker worked on our project this reporting period. She worked 77.9 hours and 48% of her salary is paid from ARRA funds. This equates to .07 FTE jobs for this period. Project Location: Street Address; 2 Finney Dr. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Smithfield, NC 27577-5249. Total Award Amount; $398,531.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S04050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at the following sites: Marrow Court, Wilkins Court, and Forbes Manor. The work includes remodeling 32 units by upgrading kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, and vinyl siding. It also includes adding dryer connections to 38 units, and upgrading kitchens and interior doors for 22 units. The funding amounts include $360,531 for contract work and $38,000 on architect fees. Work is ongoing. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Ramsey County Housing Authority. Project Title; Ramsey County Housing Authority. Grant Award Summary; RCHA Is A Non-Profit Entity Which Is Using The Arra Grant Money To Improve Apartment Buildings. Receiving The Arra Funds Has Allowed Rcha To Complete Several Work Projects Scheduled In The 5 Year Plan, But Projects Have Been Completed Earlier. Quarterly Project Description; Chairs Paint Concrete Work Windows Apt Door Handles/locks. Project Activities Description; Furniture Stores. Description Of Jobs Created; Furniture Manufacture. Project Location: Street Address; 605 3rd St NE. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; DEVILS LAKE, ND 58301-3041. Total Award Amount; $151,260.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; ND06S01350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at Sky View Apartments, an 87-unit complex. The work includes exterior painting, concrete work, windows, ADA door handles, and locks. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Weehawken Housing Authority Inc. Project Title; ARRA. Grant Award Summary; 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Formula Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Installed 6 building Security Cameras Contracted to have99 stoves and refrigerators to be delivered and installed at 525 Gregory Avenue. Project Activities Description; Site Preparation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Architect and engineer and various contracting laborers. Project Location: Street Address; 525 Gregory Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Weehawken, NJ 07086-5702. Total Award Amount; $143,243.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NJ39S07750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at 525 Gregory Avenue. The work includes the rehabilitation of a parking lot, installing six security cameras, and installing 99 energy-efficient stoves and refrigerators. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Oneida, City Of Housing Authority. Project Title; Brewer Paving & Site Lighting. Grant Award Summary; American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Formula Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Complete the removal of existing exterior light pole fixtures and replaced with new energy efficient pole lighting. Replaced refrigerators with new energy star units. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; (2) Electricians, (8) Refrigerator laborer installers. No new jobs created. Project Location: Street Address; 226 Farrier Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Oneida, NY 13421- 1667. Total Award Amount; $239,262.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NY06S10250109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded two projects: Brewer Apartment, a 40-unit complex, and Oneida Towers I, a 100 unit highrise. The work includes installing 40 new electric ranges, installing 40 new storm doors, and paving and site lighting at Brewer Apartments. At Oneida Towers I, the work includes installing a new security system and a new auto-sliding ADA entrance, affecting all 100 units in the building. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Martin Housing Authority (). Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; HVAC Improvements at TN69-2 and TN69-4. Quarterly Project Description; HVAC Improvements at TN69-2 and TN69-4. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Architectand Engineering, HVAC, electrician and carpentry. Project Location: Street Address; 134 E. Heights Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Martin, TN 38237- 1527. Total Award Amount; $582,822.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; TN43S06950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects. The work included making improvements to heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to 74 units at the Puckett Plaza and Westgate developments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; House & Authority Of The City Of Norcross. Project Title; ARRA Capitalf Fund Public Housing Modernization Program. Grant Award Summary; Modernization of public housing units. Work performed includes: painting, repairs to walls, doors, ceilings, installation of new windows, installation of new flooring and roofing, installation of energy saving commodes, repairs to brick columns, etc. However, there was no activity this quarter. This is the last report. Quarterly Project Description; No activity this quarter. The grant was fully obligated and expended in November 2009. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; No new jobs created this quarter. Project Location: Street Address; garner st. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; norcross, GA 30071-4203. Total Award Amount; $80,168.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; GA06S20950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Recipient Name; South Amboy Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capitol Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Heating system upgrade family developemnet energy effecient system. Quarterly Project Description; Underway with 60% completed. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; Boiler pipe fitters; laborers. A/E Services. Project Location: Street Address; Bayshore Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; South Amboy, NJ 08879-0000. Total Award Amount; $242,184.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; NJ39503550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at Dohaney homes. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Waynoka. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Conduct modernization activities at various Public Housing developments. This funding can be expected to result in providing employment for architects and engineers, construction workers and product manufacturers. In addition this funding can be expected to substantially modernize public housing units in this jurisdiction. Quarterly Project Description; PHA took over contract due to breach of contract. Legal notice was given and engineers & architect performed inspection to facilitate new work description. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Attorney legal services and architect & engineer inspection. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Waynoka, OK 73860- 1299. Total Award Amount; $47,554.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; OK56S10350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded one project to replace central heating in 21 units at three sites. The project locations include the Main St., Flynn St., and Logan St. complexes. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Anthony Housing Authority Inc. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus. Grant Award Summary; Comprehensive development of family units. Replace windows. Do physical needs assessment. Quarterly Project Description; Replaced all windows in 25 scattered sites. (units) Did physical needs assessment. Project Activities Description; Glass and Glazing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Installers of windows(glaziers). Created a clean up crew. Project Location: Street Address; 1007 Franklin. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Anthony, TX 79821- 1710. Total Award Amount; $57,320.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; TX21S439501. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at scattered sites. The work included conducting a physical needs assessment and replacing all windows in units with energy-efficient windows. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. [End of table] Capital Fund Grants That Did Not Meet Our Transparency Criteria: The following award descriptions contained little or no information that allowed readers to understand the general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recovery.gov information: Recipient Name; Sparta Housing Authority. Project Title; ARAA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Formula Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Sidwalk repair,Architecture work- drawing,total unit rehab,new flooring,new doors,Kitchen rehab,new gutters. Project Activities Description; Masonry Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Labor,Architectural work,Carpenters. Project Location: Street Address; 1110 James Street, 500 Dudley street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Sanford, NC 27330- 4115. Total Award Amount; $1,005,870.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S03550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects: These projects include: (1) Complete rehabilitation of 42 units including drywall repair, paint, new doors dryer outlets, and cable and phone outlets at the following sites-- Garden Street, Gilmore Terrace, Harris Court, and Crestview. They have completed 18 units. The funded amount is $298,778. (2) Total rehabilitation of 40 units at Linden Heights, including drywall repair, paint, new doors dryer outlet, and cable and phone outlets. New roofing installation at 95 units at Foushee Heights and Utley Plaza sites and new kitchens at the 40-unit Foushee Heights. They have completed 10 units and the funded amount is $558,791. (3) New flooring and exit doors at the 100-unit Stewart Manor site, and new security screens at the 50-unit Matthew Court site. The have completed 100 units and the funded amount is 148,301. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; River Rouge Housing. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Furnace Replacement, & Brick Cleaning. Quarterly Project Description; Furnace Replacement & Brick Cleaning. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 4 Heating & Cooling, 8 Electricians and 4 Laborers. Project Location: Street Address; MI008 - 001, 002 & 003. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; River rouge, MI 48218-0160. Total Award Amount; $939,153.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; MI28S00850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects. The work includes installing new high energy- efficient furnaces, and performing brick sealing and caulking of 200 units at the following locations: (1) 52 units at Iroquois Terraces, with a funding amount of $185,640;(2) 48 units at Seneca Terraces, with a funding amount of $171,360; and (3) 100 units at Seneca and Iroquois Terraces located at Polk, Beechwood, and Goodell streets with a funding amount of $357,000. The rehabilitation of the 200 units is complete. The remaining funding amounts went to housing authority-wide projects including vacant unit rehabilitation and site improvements, and fees/ costs with a funding amount of $225,153. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS, HUD Web site and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Vidalia. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Site improvements. Quarterly Project Description; Awarded contract on project. Pre construction conference April 6, 2010. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; sum of time used for positions in Archural firm. Employed clerk of the works. Project Location: Street Address; 907 Morris Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Vidalia, GA 30474- 0000. Total Award Amount; $218,795.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; GA06S14550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Sources for Supplemental Information; [Empty]. Recipient Name; Russellville Housing Authority. Project Title; AL060000010. Grant Award Summary; Assist The PHA In Carrying Capital And Management Activities At Public Housing Developments In Accordance With The Requirements Of The ARRA Including Title XVI General Provisions Of The ARRA, In Order To Ensure That Such Developments Continue To Be Available To Serve Low Income Families. Quarterly Project Description; Installing Windows. Project Activities Description; Glass and Glazing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; NONE. Project Location: Street Address; 73 FLIPPEN ST. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; RUSSELLVILLE, AL 35653-2713. Total Award Amount; $388,903.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; AL09S06050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient is funding one project at Westside Plaza. The work includes replacing existing windows with energy saving windows in approximately 134 dwelling units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Richmond. Project Title; ARRA Stimulus Funded Projects. Grant Award Summary; American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Capital Fund Recovery Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Renovate,Repair, or Upgrade Public Housing Properties. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; General Contractors, Architects, Roofers & General Laborers. Project Location: Street Address; Triangle Court Apartments, 911 Triangle Court. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, CA 94801-2201. Total Award Amount; $1,446,269.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; CA39S01050109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two projects at Triangle Court and Nevin Plaza. At Triangle Court, the work includes the rehabilitation of deteriorated roofs on cottage-style homes. They have completed 60 of the 98 units and have expended $796,000. At Nevin Plaza, they have completed the rehabilitation of the fire unit and expended $48,000. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Battle Creek Housing Commission. Project Title; MI035 2009 ARRA. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Formula Grant of 2009. Quarterly Project Description; On January 28, 2010 a Bid Opening took place. The Submitted bids were reviewed by the Battle Creek Housing Commission's Executive Director and the Architect. On February 3, 2010 the Executive Director made a recommendation to the Board of the Battle Creek Housing Commission (BCHC), that the contract be awarded to Omega Construction of Grand Rapids Michigan for $561,745.00. The Board agreed by passing Resolution 2010-02 unanimously. On February 11 and 15, 2010 the Contract was signed by Omega Construction and BCHC. On March 4, 2010 a pre-construction meeting was held with both parties and Omega's sub contractors to discuss any potential issues and answer questions. The Executive Director and the Architect emphasized the particular reporting requirements and monitoring that will be required. On March 4, 2010 Omega submitted their first Application and Certificate for Payment, $11,500.00, for mobilization of bonds and permits. Project Activities Description; Residential Remodelers. Description of Jobs Created; As of April 7, 2010 the first work item on the schedule, upgraded electrical boxes at Parkway Manor, had not yet begun. Project Location: Street Address; 250 Champion Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Battle Creek, MI 49037-0000. Total Award Amount; $616,968.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MI33S03550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded two projects. The work includes the replacement of 16 roofs and building 16 new rear porches at Northside Drive Homes. The other project includes the replacement of roofs and upgrading electrical service in 84 units at Parkway Manor. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Rapides Parish. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus. Grant Award Summary; ARRA. Quarterly Project Description; We are having storage building re- furbished in 100 units. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; roofing and carpenter helpers. Project Location: Street Address; 119 Boyce Gardens. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Boyce, LA 71409- 9649. Total Award Amount; $383,145.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; LA48S12950109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient has one project with five scattered sites (Glenmora, Cheneyville, Lecompte, and two sites at Boyce) for a total of 180 units. The work included repairing storage buildings at 100 units for scattered sites including Cheneyville, Lecompte, and Wettermark Place in Boyce, Louisiana. The storage buildings had rotting doors and the walls themselves needed repair. They have replaced all the door casings and siding on the storage buildings and have repaired all of the storage buildings with the final inspection pending on 35 of the 100 units. The work also includes replacing roofs on 13 units in Glenmora, which they completed. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Housing & Redevelopment Authority Of Bagley MN. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund. Quarterly Project Description; Replacement of light Fixtures. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; 0. Project Location: Street Address; 516 Main Ave N. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bagley, MN 56621- 0118. Total Award Amount; $52,428.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; MN46S04750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient is funding one project: The work includes replacing light fixtures in 35 apartments and common areas at Parkview Apartments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Lake City. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Capital Fund Formula Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Complete Roofing And Bath Renovations. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; Residential Remodeling, Roofing. Project Location: Street Address; 398 N. Matthews Rd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Lake City, SC 29560-1017. Total Award Amount; $636,846.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; SC16S01850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at Mathews/S. Ron McNair. The work includes replacing roofs and renovating bathrooms for 118 units. The project is complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; H A C C. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; ARRA formula grant - kitchen/bath remodelings; exterior improvements; landscaping improvements, elevator replacement and cab upgrades. Quarterly Project Description; Completed A&E drawings; secured contracts for all phases of project. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; 3 jobs retained through A&E contract for architectural and engineering services. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; West Chester, PA 19382-3293. Total Award Amount; $887,746.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; PA26S04650109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 3 projects: (1) The work includes renovation of two elevator cabs, and the sealing and restriping of the parking lot surface at Oxford Terrace, a 48-unit complex. The funding amounts spent as of the end of March 2010 on this project were $3,239. (2) The work includes parking lot upgrades, entranceway renovations, and replacement of two elevators at King Terrace and Fairview Terrace, covering 50 units. Funding amounts spent as of the end of March 2010 on this project were $3,060. (3) For the third project, the work was at three sites (222 N. Church, Locust Court, and Maple and Spruce Court). The work at 222 N. Church includes reworking and rehabilitating the cab of two elevators. The work at Locust Court includes new porch entryways, exterior painting, and complete gut rehabilitation of six units. At Maple Court and Spruce Court, the work includes exterior painting, and the complete rehabilitation of seven units. Funding amounts spent on this project at the three sites were $49,853. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Minneapolis Housing Authority. Project Title; Captial Fund Stimulus Grant. Grant Award Summary; Catpital Fund Stimulus Grant. Quarterly Project Description; 0. Project Activities Description; Unknown. Description of Jobs Created; 0. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Minneapolis, KS 67467-2650. Total Award Amount; $113,614.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; KS16S03350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project. The work includes developing two carports for resident parking (one on the east side and one on the west side of the property) at Carver Court. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Albion Housing Commission. Project Title; Public Houisng Stimulus Fund. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus recovery Fund. Quarterly Project Description; Asphalt replacement, cement replacement,furnace replacement, architectural. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Landscaping, cement installers, asphalt installers, furnace installers, architectural support,. Project Location: Street Address; 1300 CooperStreet. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Albion, MI 49224- 0630. Total Award Amount; $396,415.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; MI33S01450109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three projects: (1) The work at the George V. Mather site includes the originally funded project to replace furnaces for 19 units. This project is complete and the funding amount for this project is $16,853. Two new activities were added at this site to use the remaining Recovery Act funds, including the installation of 20 screen doors at George V. Mather and 40 screen doors at Peabody. This work is ongoing and the funding amount for this project is $33,018. (2) At the Peabody location, they also painted the exterior siding. The funding amount for this is $11,300 and the project is complete. (3) The work at Northview Homes includes the originally funded project of asphalt and concrete replacement. The funding amount for this project is $167,852, and the project is complete. Additional work at this site included the installation of 99 countertops and sinks with the funding amount of $99,850. This work is complete. Also at Northview, they installed a maintenance barn. The funding amount for this is $14,050 and the project is complete. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Pennington, County Of. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act Funded. Quarterly Project Description; Garage additions, Irrigation system, Roofing, Siding, Section 504 accessibility upgrades, Wiring (communications cable) upgrades, bathroom upgrades. Project Activities Description; Housing Rehabilitation. Description of Jobs Created; Construction workers. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57702-4380. Total Award Amount; $991,981.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; SD06S04550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded two projects. For the first project the work, includes wiring (communication cable) upgrades at Jackson Heights and Valley View elderly apartment buildings covering 258 units. The funding amount for this project is $97,673 and the project is complete. The second project includes activities at Sheridan/Queen Heights. The work includes garage and lawn irrigation system work, accessibility upgrades for persons with disabilities, bathroom upgrades, and roofing and siding. The housing authority has completed 20 of the 73 units and the funding amount for this project is $719,623. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority, City Of Prairie Du Chien. Project Title; Public Housing Fund Stimulus ARRA. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Stimulus Fund (ARRA). Quarterly Project Description; Completed replacement of the boilers and heating pumps. Project Activities Description; Plumbing, Heating, and Air- Conditioning Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Steamfitters, Control tech, plumbers, HVAC tech. Project Location: Street Address; 695 E. Blackhawk Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Prairie du Chien, WI 53821-1602. Total Award Amount; $59,149.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; WI39S06750109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project. The work includes improvements to energy efficiency by replacing five old modular boilers with two high-efficiency boilers, and replacing two old hot water heaters with two new hot water heaters in the Blackhawk Apartments. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Martin. Project Title; Capital Funds Stimulus Grant. Grant Award Summary; Capital Funds Stimulus Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Site Development. Project Activities Description; Engineering Services. Description of Jobs Created; Utility Work - find, move Electric, Telephone and TV Cable. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Martin, KY 41649- 0806. Total Award Amount; $234,329.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; KY36S03850109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; This recipient funded three projects: (1) The work includes the installation of upgraded kitchen appliances in 94 units at Grigsby Heights. This project is complete. (2) Also at the site, work on accessible apartments is under contract. (3) The other project is site work, which is being performed at the Grisby Heights and Pageant Hills locations and includes upgrading parks by removing damaged or unusable equipment, and repairing or replacing other equipment. The expected outcome is a safer environment for family activities. This project is under contract. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Graham Housing Authority Inc. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Site Improvements. Quarterly Project Description; Site Improvements. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; 1 Architect 1 Intern Architect 2 Jobs Retained Between April and the end of Sept . 12.25 Hours worked on the plan. And FTE. Project Location: Street Address; 109 E. HILL STREET. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; GRAHAM, NC 27253- 0000. Total Award Amount; $331,993.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NC19S059501-09. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at scattered sites: The construction work consists of site work, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, and ramps (concrete construction, no asphalt) at several sites including: 401 through 517 East GilbreathStreet; 508 through 616 Ray Street; 403 through 413 Hill Street; 311 through 317 Albright Avenue; 405 through 411 North Main Street; 105 East Hill Street; 408 through 422 Providence Avenue; 711 through 723 Oakley Street; 710 through 726 North Street; 502 North Street; 419 through 421 North Street; and 413 through 415 Washington Street. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of New York City. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Recovery Grant (Formula). Grant Award Summary; Assist NYCHA in carrying out capital and management activities at public housing developments in accordance with the requirements of ARRA, including Title XVI general provisions of the ARRA, in order to ensure that such developments continue to be available to serve low-income families. Quarterly Project Description; NYCHA has engaged in procurement activities that have resulted in the obligation of 71.4 million or the balance of the 423.28 allocation. We have expended 29.73 million on ARRA funded projects that include replacement and upgrade of elevators, heating systems, roofing replacement and brickwork repairs and installation of energy efficient appliances. Project Activities Description; Roofing Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Construction related positions include Engineers/Architects/Project Managers/Estimators/Technicians/Clerks/ Laborers/Electricians. Project Location: Street Address; 250 Broadway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; New York, NY 10007-2919. Total Award Amount; $423,284,344.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; NY36S00550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 119 projects throughout the city in addition to administrative costs. ARRA funded projects include replacement and upgrade of elevators, heating systems, roofing replacement, brickwork repairs, and installation of energy-efficient appliances. See table 9 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recipient. Recipient Name; Mercer County Housing Authority. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus Recovery Act. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) Recovery Act. Quarterly Project Description; Fire doors-completed. Project Activities Description; Other Building Equipment Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Complete installation of fire doors. Project Location: Street Address; 609 NW 4th Ave. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Aledo, IL 61231- 1082. Total Award Amount; $84,217.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; IL06S13150109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project at Vashti Village, a 60 unit complex. The work included replacing windows in 17 units, replacing 6 sets of fire doors, installing new air conditioner covers, purchasing and installing a new generator, purchasing non-dwelling equipment, landscaping, and purchasing a washer and dryer to serve the 60-unit complex. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS and recipient. Recipient Name; Brantley Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capitol Fund Program. Grant Award Summary; Capitol funds stimulis grant. Quarterly Project Description; A&E inspections, Complete the construction of director's office. Project Activities Description; Direct Service. Description of Jobs Created; 1-parttime inspector,1-part-time plumber, 2-part-time labors. Project Location: Street Address; 81 Maple St., N/A. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Brantley, AL 36009-0032. Total Award Amount; $181,522.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; AL09S14550109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Town Of Hobson City. Project Title; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) recovery Act. Grant Award Summary; Public Housing Capital Fund Stimulus (Formula) recovery Act. Quarterly Project Description; None. Project Activities Description; Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; None. Project Location: Street Address; 800 Armstrong Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Anniston, AL 36201-7304. Total Award Amount; $113,861.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; AL09S133501-09. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one project to rehabilitate bathrooms and replace windows at one site, Snow Plaza, covering 52 units. Sources for Supplemental Information; RAMPS. Recipient Name; Marble Falls Public Housing Authority. Project Title; ARRA Capital Fund Stimulus. Grant Award Summary; ARRA Capital Fund Stimulus. Quarterly Project description; demo/dispo of public housing stock. Project Activities Description; Architectural Services. Description of Jobs Created; Asbestos abatement contractor/laborers. Project Location: Street Address; 1110 Broadway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Marble Falls, TX 78654-0000. Total Award Amount; $193,438.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; TX59S26350109. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The information was not readily available. Appendix II Footnotes: [1] Recovery.gov data as of March 31, 2010, shows that $0 was awarded to the Housing Authority of Ragland, Alabama. According to HUD, this recipient has misreported its award amount; this housing authority was awarded $110,196. [End of section] Appendix III: Community Development Block Grant - Recovery (CDBG-R): The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program provides communities with resources to address a wide range of community development needs including affordable housing, public services, and job creation. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers CDBG through its Office of Community Planning and Development. CDBG provides annual formula-based grants to states and various units of local government. Recipients must use funds for activities that meet one of the following national program objectives: (1) benefit low-and moderate-income persons; (2) prevent or eliminate slums or blight; and (3) address urgent financial needs within the community where other funding is not available. The Recovery Act included a $1 billion appropriation for the CDBG-Recovery (CDBG-R) program. Recipients were required to identify eligible activities and submit their plans to HUD prior to receiving CDBG-R funds. In selecting projects for funding, recipients also had to prioritize projects that could award contracts within 120 days of the grant agreement. A total of 1,123 CDBG-R prime formula grants were awarded as of March 31, 2010, totaling over $959 million. The grants ranged from approximately $22,000 to over $48 million. The median grant amount was about $303,000. The award amount at the 25TH percentile was $152,954 and the award amount at the 75TH percentile was $587,391. The types of CDBG-R activities funded varied widely ranging from infrastructure (such as street improvements) and energy efficiency upgrades to community center construction and rehabilitation and funding for commercial entities. The five recipients we visited funded public facilities and community improvements with their CDBG-R grants. Some specific activities included: water line repairs; a new health care center; building rehabilitation; and emergency building demolitions. CDBG-R Grants That Met Transparency Criteria: The following grant descriptions contained sufficient information on general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes to meet the transparency criteria. The grant description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recipient Name; Tustin, City Of. Project Title; Senior Center - HVAC, Flooring and Wall Covering. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds will be used to improve the Tustin Area Senior Center facility by replacing air conditioning and heating units, wall coverings, and flooring, all of which are original to the building when it was built in 1989. Quarterly Project Description; The replacement of nine (9) rooftop HVAC units and installation of a new control system. The new system will improve the indoor environment for seniors, providing a more comfortable environment in which to take part in the center activities. The Senior Center also serves as a cooling shelter during extreme heat. During the Jan. to Mar. 2010 report period, the contractors installed the new web-based control system that allows access to the HVAC system from remote locations. Contractors also installed the replaced ducting and heating and cooling units. The existing flooring in the 6,000 square foot auditorium (multi-purpose room) is original to the 1989 building. The auditorium is used for a variety of activities such as exercise classes, congregate meals, meetings, and special events. The 20-year-old wood flooring has improper gapping, water damage, and slats have buckled. The floor is worn unevenly and some damaged areas have created tripping hazards and may present obstacles to the disabled. The new flooring is expected to last 30 years with proper maintenance and will provide a safer walking surface for seniors and the disabled using the auditorium. During the Jan. to Mar. 2010 report period, the project went out to bid and bid opening was scheduled for April 6, 2010. The new wall coverings will replace original wall coverings from 1989 that are in deteriorated condition. The new wall coverings are made from recycled material and are recyclable. The coverings help prevent mold growth because they do not trap moisture between the wall and covering. The project construction activities have generally been completed, and ARRA funds were invoiced during the report period. These projects are much needed improvements to the Senior Center. The 3 activities meet the CDBG National Objectives by benefiting the senior population who are typically on a fixed income, and located within the CDBG target area. As required by ARRA, the materials used are made in USA. Project Activities Description; Other General Government Support. Description of Jobs Created; The HVAC work generated at 425 man hours to install the units and ducting. This project also supports U.S. HVAC manufacturing companies. The flooring work will generate approximately 5 full-time construction jobs to install the flooring. This project also supports U.S. wood flooring manufacturing companies. The wall covering work generate 0.10 FTE construction jobs to install the wall coverings. This project also supports U.S. wall covering manufacturing companies. The number of employees, work hours, and construction time have been converted to FTE units as required by HUD. Project Location: Street Address; 200 S. C Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Tustin, CA 92780- 3715. Total Award Amount; $216,643.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0583. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Lakewood, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R 14th Avenue Sidewalk Installation. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds to acquire and construct missing sidewalk section within a low-moderate-income CDBG eligible neighborhood. Quarterly Project Description; CDBG-R funds to acquire and construct missing sidewalk section within a low-moderate-income CDBG eligible neighborhood. Expenditures include payment to complete necessary land survey information and land acquisition for the project. Project Activities Description; Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created as a result of activities from this quarter. Project Location: Street Address; 480 South Allison Parkway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Lakewood, CO 80226-3123. Total Award Amount; $244,865.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-08-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Asbury Park, City Of. Project Title; Neighborhood Revitalization/Infrastructure Improvements and Administration. Grant Award Summary; The CDBG-R award for the City of Asbury Park will provide funding for Neighborhood Revitalization/Infrastructure Improvements and the administrative costs associated with the reconstruction of curbs, sidewalks and pavement in selected locations on Monroe Avenue between Prospect and Ridge Avenues. Quarterly Project Description; Bid has been awarded to contractor this reporting period. However, due to weather constraints the job could not be started. The anticipated start of the project will be in March of 2010, with a completion date the end of May 2010. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Two jobs were maintained due to the CDBG- R funds. Project Location: Street Address; One Muncipal Plaza. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Asbury Park, NJ 07712-7026. Total Award Amount; $121,264.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-34-0100. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Opelika, City Of. Project Title; Community Development. Grant Award Summary; The City of Opelika plans on utilizing its $68,431 in CDBG-R funding for two activity: Curb and Gutter installation and Emergency Home Repair. Of this amount, $47,940 has been spent. The curb & gutter program will utilize $12,000 to construct aproximatly 500 LF of much-needed curb and gutter on public streets to improve storm drainage and to enhance the lifespan of public infrastructure in LMI areas. The Emergency Home Repair program assures that the City maintains its current stock of affordable housing. This also allows clients (who tend to be elderly and disabled citizens) to remain in their homes as opposed to having their houses deteriorate and deemed unsafe. Quarterly Project Description; The City of Opelika hopes to repair at least 8 owner-occupied homes and install 500 LF of curb and gutter. Project Activities Description; Home Improvement & Repairs. Description of Jobs Created; As of the submission date of this report (1/29/10) the City has documented 484.50 labor hours for Emergency Home Repair projects. This number divided by 520 quarter hours is equal to 0.93 jobs. Project Location: Street Address; S. Long St., Between Alabama Ave. to 1904 S. Long St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Opelika, AL 36801- 0000. Total Award Amount; $68,431.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-01-0014. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Newton, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant Recovery. Grant Award Summary; The City of Newton's overall goal in administering the projects under the Community Development Block Recovery Program is to promote economic recovery by preserving and creating jobs. The four projects funded with CDBG-R funds will create/retain jobs in several sectors. Quarterly Project Description; The City of Newton?s overall goal in administering the projects under the Community Development Block Recovery Program is to promote economic recovery by preserving and creating jobs. CDBG-R funds will fund a total of four projects: Pellegrini Park Accessibility Improvements and ADA Compliance, Stearns Park Accessibility Improvements and ADA Compliance, Nahanton Accessible Pathway and Handicap Parking Space, and Newton Centre Accessible Pathway and Handicap Parking Spaces. These projects will improve access for persons with disabilities in four public parks (two of which are located in one of the City?s target neighborhoods) in addition to creating/retaining jobs in several sectors.The bid has been awarded for Nahanton Accessible Pathway and Handicap Parking Space and Newton Centre Accessible Pathway and Handicap Parking Spaces. These two projects will start in June 2010 with CDBG-R financial draws occurring around the same time. Stearns Park Accessibility Improvements and ADA Compliance has been bid. This project is expected to start in June with CDBG-R financial draws occurring around the same time. The design phase for Pellegrini Park Accessibility Improvements and ADA Compliance is approximately eighty- five percent complete. This project is expected to begin in August 2010 with CDBG-R financial draws occurring around the same time. Project Activities Description; Public Parks & Recreational Trails. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created this quarter because the projects have not been started. Project Location: Street Address; 1000 Commonwealth Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Newton, MA 02459- 1449. Total Award Amount; $603,513.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-25-0019. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Raleigh, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant, Recovery. Grant Award Summary; 1. City of Raleigh, Community Services Department, Youth Employment Program - $60,000. The City of Raleigh Youth Employment Program promotes Raleigh?s youth by helping them develop quality Life Skills. Youth perform public service while earning money and acquiring a valuable job experience. The Raleigh Youth Employment Program is designed for young people between the ages of 14-21 who live in the Raleigh City limits. The program seeks to develop good work habits and to stress both education and experience as a prerequisite to a successful future. The City of Raleigh will make 40 jobs available to program participants. Selected youth will work between 20 and 35 hours per week. Personal and career development workshops are conducted throughout the year. This program will make use of additional ARRA funds through the ?Digital Connectors? Stimulus program which will provide computers and digital access to eligible program participants. An estimated $25,000 in additional ARRA funds is suggested for this activity to bring these services to 50 program participants. 2. St. Monica Rehabilitation - $523,316.00. This project will involve the complete rehabilitation of the property. The historic school building will be essentially upgraded to meet the requirements of a multipurpose public facility. The building will be retrofitted to meet ADA requirements. All structural issues will be addressed; the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems will be upgraded to meet current code and a new roof will be installed. The interior finishes will be replaced including ceiling, wall and floor covering in addition installation of new casework and cabinets will take place. The exterior play area will be demolished to make way for additional parking due to the change in use of the building and to meet the parking requirements required by local code. Quarterly Project Description; Activity #1 Youth Employment Program. The second group of ten youths completed the jobs training program in this quarter and the third group of ten were identified to begin the third round of the training. Activity #2 St. Monica's rehabilitation as teen center. Design specifications of the new center have been completed. Project cost estimates have been updated. Environmental and historic review are in process. An additional Substantial Amendment to the City's 2005 - 2010 Consolidated Plan to increase the amount of CDBG-R funds available for this activity was approved and accepted by HUD. Project Activities Description; Youth Job Training & Employment. Description of Jobs Created; Ten Job Training/semi-skilled labor positions created in the quarter. The jobs created were for 30 hours per week for 10 weeks. Two part-time program coordinators were hired using CDBG-R dollars to carry out job training activities. Project Location: Street Address; 222 West Hargett Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Raleigh, NC 27601- 1480. Total Award Amount; $648,128.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09-MY-37-0009. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; PO # 1250. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Ship of Zion Ministries Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $60,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 924 South Blount Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Raleigh, NC 27601-2618. Recipient Name; County Of Multnomah. Project Title; Lincoln Street Sewer Rehabilitation Project. Grant Award Summary; Replace deteriorating concrete sewer pipes with plastic pipe. The process reduces the amount of groundwater that enters the sanitary sewer system, thus reduces cost of wastewater treatment. Quarterly Project Description; Project is complete. Final invoice has been received and paid. A small amount of sdministration dollars is left that will be accounted for in the next quarter report. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created or retained this quarter. A small administrative duty will be accounted for in the next reporting period. Project Location: Street Address; Lincoln Street and 7th Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fairview, OR 97024-0337. Total Award Amount; $81,318.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-41-0003. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 012609-R. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Fairview, City Of. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $73,187.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1300 NE Village St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fairview, OR 97024-0337. Recipient Name; Surprise, City Of. Project Title; Senior Center Flooring Improvements and Sidewalk Connectivity. Grant Award Summary; Senior Center Flooring Improvements and Sidewalk Connectivity. Quarterly Project Description; Senior Center Flooring Improvement project-Substantial replacement and installation of entire flooring for the Senior Center located in the Original Townsite of Surprise. Sidewalk Connectivity Project-Completed the engineering design of parts of identified missing sidewalks in the Original Towniste of Surprise. Project Activities Description; Flooring Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; A total of 9 people worked for the Senior Center Flooring Improvements project that include Tile Setters, Tile Finishers, Carpet Installers and General labor. Project Location: Street Address; 15832 N. Hollyhock. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Surprise, AZ 85374-7470. Total Award Amount; $97,340.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-04-0514. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Miami, City Of. Project Title; Public Facilities and Improvements/Roadway and Sidewalk Improvements AND Commercial Façade Program. Grant Award Summary; **Construction Component-Replace deteriorated and defective roadways and sidewalks in low to moderate income areas to improve roads and pedestrian access safety and walkability for residents in eligible census tract areas. Improvements include the construction/renovation of roadways (milling & resurfacing), sidewalks, and curbs. It may also include signage, pavement striping, swale block, storm drainage improvements, bike and pedestrian safety improvements and ADA ramp installations. Sidewalks are a critical component of public transit and, in the City of Miami, they are primarily utilized by low to moderate-income people. This activity will be undertaken on a citywide basis. The successful implementation of this activity will provide an immediate area benefit to residents of the assisted neighborhoods (areas targeted will be constituted of 51% or more low income residents) and will create construction jobs for one of the most affected segments of the local workforce. Prior to selecting this project, the City carefully analyzed different project alternatives and took into consideration the requirements of Title XII of Division A and Section 1602 of the ARRA (as explained above) and decided to go with a project that could be implemented rapidly and that maximized the number of jobs to be generated from the activity. This activity is geared toward modernizing the City?s infrastructure and is in direct support of the intent of the Recovery Act. Improving the current subpar roadway and sidewalk conditions provide long term results that contribute to the economic upswing of low income areas by making neighborhoods more attractive to private investment. In addition to funding this activity with CDBG-R, the City will allocate approximately $750,000 of leveraging funding to further extend the outreach of this activity. **Commercial Facade Program: This program is geared toward improving the exterior of commercial structures by installing windows, doors, and awnings among other qualifying improvements. This will create more attractive, productive, and a safe business environment for customers and business owners. The Commercial Façade program stimulates the economic revitalization of businesses by improving the storefronts and signage to enhance the business environment and attract more business patronage to the area. The City plans to implement a process to select a current service provider familiar with HUD regulations and the provision of similar rehabilitation activities in the targeted area.The City will require such sub-grantee to follow adequate competitive procurement procedures to select contractors to perform the requirements of this activity. Quarterly Project Description; Street improvements - Bidding process started on 11/7/09 until 12/7/09 and the contractor was selected on 12/11/09. A contract in the amount of $673,500.80 was signed on 12/30/09 with H & J Asphalt, Inc. for the project. On 3/1/10, the City notified citizens that there was going to be construction work in the area. On 3/3/10, millina and resurfacing work commenced. As of 3/13/10, the following work has been completed: NW 32 ST between NW 15 and 17 Avenue; NW 33 ST between NW 15 & 17 Avenue; NW 9 ST between NW 22 & 23 Avenue; SW 29 ST between SW 37 & 34 Avenue (milled). Facade Improvements - for the NW 15th Ave commercial corridor in Liberty City and NE 2nd Ave commercial corridor in Wynwood. The allocation was approved by Commission on 12/10/09 and the contract is currently being routed for signatures. The properties have been selected and the property/business owners have provided input on their preferred design concepts. As soon as the contract is executed by the Manager, soft costs can be drawn down for this project and an architect can be selected to start working on the project. NW 15 Avenue: Flood insurance coverage has been received for one of the buildings. The other owner has been advised that if insurance is not provided, this project will be modified. Procurement for the architect has been completed. NW 2 Avenue: Environmental review is completed. Pending receipt of legal opinion on requirements to be included on covenant resulting from questions raised by the building's owner. Once the building's owner signs the covenant, an architect can be selected for the project. Project Activities Description; Administration of General Economic Programs. Description of Jobs Created; 3.25 Construction-related Jobs by ARRA standards (36 individuals employed in temporary positions). Project Location: Street Address; Various addresses within city limits. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33130- 1910. Total Award Amount; $2,218,946.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-12-0013. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2731. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Rafael Penalver Clinic. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $399,410.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 2400 N. Miami Avenue. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33127-4434. Recipient Name; Miami Gardens, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R) (Recovery Act Funded). Grant Award Summary; Additional Community Development Block Grant Program awarded from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (CDBG-R). The City of Miami Gardens will utilize these funds in two activities (housing rehabilitation and infrastructure improvements) that will promote energy efficiency and conservation and job creation. Rehabilitation will be performed to existing single- family housing stock to benefit low-income individuals and households. Infrastructure improvements will be done in an established Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area. Quarterly Project Description; Two activities have been identified for this CDBG-R funding, housing rehabilitation and infrastructure improvements that will promote energy efficiency and conservation and job creation. Rehabilitation will be performed to existing single- family housing stock to benefit low-income individuals and households. Energy Efficient Retrofits will be conducted including insulation installation, air conditioning replacement and water heater replacement. It is expected that at least 35 households will benefit from this activity. To date, well over 20 applications have been received and 6 homes are under contract. A residential insulation contractor has been identified. Infrastructure improvements will be done in an established Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area. These improvements will include the installation of French drains and/or outfall(s) with catch basins, and road reconstruction following the drainage installation. It is expected that at least 57 households will benefit from this activity. To date, survey and design services have been contracted and $13,080.00 has been expended for this project. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; One Community Development Specialist position was created to administer and manage ARRA funded programs. 60% of their salaray is funded from CDBG-R Administrative dollars. Additionally, one part-time possition for one month was retained with CDBG-R funds. Project Location: Street Address; 1515 NW 167 Street, Building 5, Suite 200. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Miami Gardens, FL 33169-5145. Total Award Amount; $371,207.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-12-0052. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded eight activities in addition to administrative costs: see table 15 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Richmond, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant Recovery Program. Grant Award Summary; The City of Richmond's CDBG-R program includes funding for four projects which will assist with other existing community development efforts to help revitalize three neighborhoods and to assist low-and moderate-income homeowners with emergency home repair and weatherization needs. These funds will be used to support three substantial housing development projects in neighborhoods that are part of the City's Neighborhoods in Bloom program, which concentrates our federal entitlement dollars in to 6 city neighborhoods to achieve economic and community revitalization. The CDBG-R funds will be used to provide infrastructure and site improvements to support the development of three large housing development projects. The fourth project will provide much needed weatherization and emergency home repairs to low-and moderate-income households across the City of Richmond. Quarterly Project Description; The Citywide Repair Program provides emergency home repair and weatherization services to 12 low-and very low-income elderly and/or disabled households, with emphasis on visible exterior improvements, correction of code and safety-related deficiencies and improving the energy efficiency of each home. All 12 households have been served and the repair work on all 12 houses is complete. Beckstoffer's is a mixed-use, mixed-income housing development project that will redevelop a 3-acre, former industrial lumber mill site in to 27 loft apartments, a small retail space, 8 townhouses and a 3-story, 32-unit senior apartment building. CDBG-R funds will be used for site infrastructure improvements. The project is currently out for bids and the contractor should be selected in early April. Work is expected to begin in April. Oak Summit at Goose Creek is a housing development of 45 new homes encompassing eight city blocks. CDBG-R funds will be used to install the street lighting that will enhance safety in the area. The project has received final plan approval from the City's Public Utilities Department, the contractor has been selected and work should begin in April with completion expected in June. Matthew Heights involves the redevelopment of two vacant parcels into a 15-20 lot single-family housing development, that will be sold to low-and moderate-income homebuyers. CDBG-R funds will be used for infrastructure and site improvements. Pre-development site work and architectural drawings are being completed. The site plan and the subdivision application are expected to be completed next quarter. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; 5.02 FTE's were paid with ARRA funds this quarter. This included 1578 hours of work done by 48 construction positions (plumbers, carpenters, painters, mechanics, welders, electricians and roofers) from the 12 emergency repair projects that were completed and 1034.5 hours by a project coordinator, architects, civil engineers, surveyors and laborers, all of whom worked on the Matthew Heights project. Project Location: Street Address; 900 East Broad. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23219-1907. Total Award Amount; $1,336,140.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-51-0019. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; S21-005-9802-2261. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Better Housing Coalition. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 23 West Broad Street, Suite 100. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23220-4295. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; S21-005-9802-2230. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Elderhomes Corporation. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $126,140.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 88 Carnation Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23225-6811. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; S21-005-9802-2285. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Southside Community Development And Housing Corporation. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $560,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 1624 Hull Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23224-3806. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; S21-005-9802-2300. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Better Housing Coalition. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $150,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 23 West Broad Street, Suite 100. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23220-4295. Recipient Name; Clearwater, City Of (Inc). Project Title; East Gateway District Facade Improvement Program. Grant Award Summary; Provide funding in the amount of $80,000 for loans to for-profit businesses to improve the facades of their existing buildings in the East Gateway Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area. Provide funding in the amount of $146,395 to install or improve the sidewalks in the East Gateway Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area. Quarterly Project Description; The City of Clearwater entered into a contract with Kilgore Construction, LLC on January 8, 2010, in the amount of $38,229.30, to build sidewalks in the Gateway Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area. Although construction has begun, the contractor has not submitted a pay application for work completed. The contractor should be submitting a pay application in the coming weeks. The project is scheduled to be completed within 160 calendar days. Project Activities Description; Economic Development. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Clearwater, FL 33756-5520. Total Award Amount; $251,549.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09-MY-12-0002. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; ST George City Government (Inc). Project Title; The Bowler, Marsh, Ence Subdivision Street Paving Project-Phase II. Grant Award Summary; To complete the paving of streets in the Bowler, Marsh, Ence Subdivision. Pave 1375 N. from 1100 W. to 1050 W., and pave 1050 W. from 1375 N. to 1250 N. Streets. Quarterly Project Description; The project preconstruction meeting was held on 10/01/09. The total project cost was $167,601.27. $128,777 of the project cost was paid with ARRA funds and $38,824.27 was paid with local City road funds. Construction started on 10/29/09 and was completed on 01/07/10. The final payout of funds was on 01/29/10. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Grading, truck driving, concrete Curbs and retaining wall, and asphalt paving workers. Project Location: Street Address; 175 East 200 North. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; St. George, UT 84770-2845. Total Award Amount; $128,777.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-49-0012. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Municipality Of Juana Diaz. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Repavement of Severely Deteriorated Municipal Street/Roads. Grant Award Summary; The project consists of repavement of approximately 7.45 Km long by 5.3 meters wide by two inches thick of severely deteriorated municipal roads in different wards where at least 51% of the residents are low/mod income families. Quarterly Project Description; As of this date, the project was started on October 18, 2009. With an expenditure of 72 percent of the grant, the municipality has completed 90 percent of the initial areas identified for repavement. The municipality is evaluating other income- eligible areas requiring repavement to continue the efficient use of the funds assigned. Approximately 3,400 tons of asphalt has been used so far. Project Activities Description; Executive Offices. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs retained for streets Repavement are as follows: (2) Roller Operators; (2) Foremen, (1) Operator, (7) labors. The impact resulting using Recovery Act funds is significant since these personnel were unemployed for a period of at least three months, according to verbal statements provided by employees. Project Location: Street Address; City wide. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Juana Diaz, PR 00795-0000. Total Award Amount; $426,124.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-72-0020. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; East Cleveland, City Of. Project Title; 2009 Street Improvement Project/Glenmont Road. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds are allocated for street reconstruction, curb replacement, drive aprons, curb ramps and resurfacing of Glenmont Avenue as identified by an inventory of street improvement projects based on need in the City's low and moderate income neighborhoods. Glenmont Road is located in Census Tract 1516- 00- 1 with 73.75 low and moderate income residents. Investing in this infrastructure improvements will complement housing stabilization as well as provide long-term economic benefits for the City. Performance Measurement objective is to proivide a suitable living environment. Performance Measurement Outcome is Sustainability for the purpose of creating a suitable living environment. As a result of this activity, city residents will have access to an improvement infrastructure. Quarterly Project Description; The average daily use period of construction staff (positions) thru December 31, 2009 are as follows: Job Classifications during this reporting period for jobs retained are Construction Foreman (2 positions maintained) - one day per person; Heavy Equipment Operator (2 positions maintained) one day person; Construction Labors (4 positions maintained) 2 days per person; Truck drivers (4 positions maintained) 2 days per person; Engineers (2 positions maintained) two days per person; Draftsman (1 position maintained) one day person; Senior Technician (1 position maintained) one day per person, Construction Observer ( 1 position maintained) one day per person and Surveyor ( 2 positions maintained) two days per person; Concrete Finisher (2 positions maintained) 8 days per person. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; All jobs are retained. Existing positions, retained as a result of this Recovery Act Project managed by the City of East Cleveland in the State of Ohio, consist of Construction and design positions. The construction positions consist of Construction Foreman, Heavy Equipment Operator, Construction Laborer, Truck Drivers, Concrete Finishers, Asphalt Finishers. Design position consists of Engineer, Draftsman, Senior Technician, Construction observer and Surveyor. Project Location: Street Address; Glenmont Road. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; East Cleveland, OH 44112-3402. Total Award Amount; $299,972.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MS-0030. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Chicago, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery. Grant Award Summary; These funds will be used for the following programs The Community Green Jobs Program Building Deconstruction Program Foreclosure Prevention Counseling Forecolsure Prevention Outreach events Grern Job Work Experience and Job Training Program Troubled Buildings Initiative (Distressed Condo Program) The Community Green Jobs Expansion Program will create up to 85 jobs to support non- profits green training and employment programs that benefit Chicago's neighborhoods. Participants hired into this work program will engage in work and training for 35 hours per week. CDBG-R funds will be used to pay up to 80 participants in non-profit organizations with job training and work programs in environmentally-sustainable areas such as locally grown organic agriculture, hand-made sustainable products, and recycling services. The Building Deconstruction Work Program is aimed at hiring 154 hard-to-employ/formerly incarcerated population to work deconstructing buildings, processing materials, and preparing the materials for re-use in the building industry. A key ancillary benefit of the project is that deconstructing buildings and reusing the materials offers substantial environmental benefits, including diversion of waste from landfills, reducing consumption of natural resources, and reducing pollution related to extraction, processing, and disposal of raw materials. The Foreclosure Prevention and Homebuyer Counseling will be used to pay the salaries of 28 additional housing counselors who will provide foreclosure prevention counseling to individuals at risk of losing their homes, pre-purchase counseling to new homebuyers, and counseling assistance to renters evicted due to building foreclosure. CDBG-R funds will be used to support non-profit organizations and housing counselors who will provide counseling support for such renters. The Foreclosure Prevention Outreach Events Program will support program service delivery costs, marketing and outreach materials, and site and equipment rental for new outreach events designed to connect homeowners facing foreclosure with assistance, within targeted low-moderate areas in Chicago. Through targeted outreach, the City will assist homeowners with completing the streamlined loan modification applications; submit the applications with the necessary supporting documents directly to the mortgage lender or service for mortgage modification consideration; work with lenders to identify a designated contact and appropriate communication tools for processing; develop a reasonable turnaround time to ensure priority response, and establish a tracking mechanism to allow evaluation of impact and outcomes. The Green Jobs Work Experience and Job Training Program will create up to 210 green jobs in one of three areas; arboriculture/horticulture, energy retrofits, and electronics recycling fields. The funds will also purchase work-relates materials and supplies. The Neighborhood Clean-Up Program will provide up to 230 disadvantaged individuals with real paid work experience coupled with support services and job training in grounds maintenance and landscaping. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies. The Neighborhood Clean-Up program is a year- round work and job training program that involves alley vegetation control, debris removal in alleys, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed-wackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, lopers, edgers, de- weeding devices, and picks. The Troubled Buildings Initative Distressed Condominium Program will facilitate the acquisition, rehabilitation and recovery of distressed condominium buildings identified via the Troubled Buildings Initative multi-family program (TBI-1), and the conversion of those buildings into rental housing for low-and moderate income families. The City seeks to assist 90 units through this program. Quarterly Project Description; Under The Foreclosure Prevention Homeowner and Renter Foreclosure Counseling Services program, 23 Housing Counseling agencies and/or Tenants advocacy groups were able to hire at least one counselor or tenant advocate to assist homeowners and tenants facing the foreclosure of their home. The hires took place in December, hence the low jobs numbers. In addition, the Troubled Buildings Initiative Distressed Condomiumium Project received funding late in the 4th quarter 2009, resulting in the creation of 1 new position and the acquisition of two troubled condomiums, representing 18 units. Neighborhood Clean-Up generated 130 jobs in the training program that involves alley vegetation control, debris removal in alleys, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed-wackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, lopers, edgers, de-weeding devices, and picks. Program details in the Deconstruction project were finalized, and 53 crew members were hired. Crew members have begun to receive training conducted by the two subrecipient agencies. DCD CDBG-R Foreclosure Prevention Counseling program funds 24 non-profit counseling and legal service agencies to provide counseling for homeowners at risk of foreclosure and for tenants in multi-family buildings that are being foreclosed on. These funds support the hiring of the equivalent of 32 full-time staff, including both HUD-certified housing counselors and attorneys. Of the funded agencies, 14 assist homeowners, 8 assist renters and 2 serve both homeowners and renters. Twenty-one agencies began delivering counseling services in December; the remaining 3 started in January. The City is working to finalize the contract with Neighborhood Housing Services to conduct 6 'Fix Your Mortgage workshops in 2010, under the Foreclosure Prevention Outreach Events grant. The first workshop, held March 27, helped 267 households apply for loan modifications. Project Activities Description; Administration of Urban Planning and Community and Rural Development. Description of Jobs Created; Forcelosure Prevention Counseling generated 9.41 jobs and the Troubled Buildings Initiative generated 1.24 jobs. Under the Neighborhood Clean-Up Program, there has been 126 people enrolled, subsidized training hired 124 on the job training, and permanent jobs created was 6. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60602- 0000. Total Award Amount; $22,459,047.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-17-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 31. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 21043. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Metropolitan Tenants Organization. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60608-3850. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 21120. Sub #2: Recipient Name; South Austin Coalition Community Council. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60644-3939. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 21123. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Neighborhood Housing Services Of Chicago. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,025,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60642-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 21049. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Genesis Housing Development Corporation. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60653-1528. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 21034. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Latin United Community Housing Association. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $110,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60647-4808. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 21082. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Rogers Park Community Council. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60626-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 21148. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Chinese American Service League. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60616-1998. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 21439. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Lakeside Community Development Corporation. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60626-6214. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 21121. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Spanish Coalition For Housing. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $165,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60639-5219. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 21216. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Polish American Association. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60641-3622. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 21119. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Lawyer's Committee For Better Housing Inc. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $130,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60603-1912. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 21282-1. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Safer Foundation. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $2,280,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60661-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 21363. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Little Village Community Development Corp. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60623-4407. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 21122. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Lawndale Christian Development Corporation. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60623-2459. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 21193. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Brighton Park Neighborhood Council. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60632-2845. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 21283-1. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Breaking Ground, Inc. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $2,280,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60624-0000. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 21214. Sub #17: Recipient Name; North Side Community FCU. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60640-5617. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 21081. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Partners In Community Building, Inc. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60616-3834. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 21870. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Rogers Park Community Development Corporation. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60626-2810. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 21084. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Kingdom Community, Inc. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60644-4148. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 21215. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Agora Business Community. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60620-0000. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 21245. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Legal Assistance Foundation Of Metropolitan Chicago. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $205,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60604-3505. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; 20789. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Safer Foundation. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $547,925.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60661-5701. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; 21575. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Community Initiatives, Inc. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $2,500,000.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60606-0000. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; 20787. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Chicago Commons Association. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $376,325.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60612-1046. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; 21130. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Resurrection Project, The. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $110,000.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60608-2719. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; 20786. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Association House Of Chicago. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $376,325.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60651-4152. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; 21042. Sub #28: Recipient Name; Northwest Side Housing Center. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60641-3422. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; 21083. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Nobel Neighbors. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60651-1958. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; 21218. Sub #30: Recipient Name; Southside Community Federal Credit Union Inc. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $55,000.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60609-6300. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; 20788. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Woodlawn Organization, The. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $376,326.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60637-3180. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 43 activities: see table 13 for details. Award also covered administrative costs. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Holland, City Of. Project Title; City of Holland Weatherization Program. Grant Award Summary; The City of Holland received a $91,835 Community Development Block Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The City will be using the funds to implement a home repair program that focuses on assisting low income home owners to make their homes more energy efficient. Quarterly Project Description; The City of Holland has begun a full implementation of the Weatherization Program (not ot be confused with the DOE funded weatherization programs in Ottawa and Allegan County). During this first quarter eight (8) low to moderate income home owners have begun recieving technical and financial assistantce in making improvements to their homes that will reduce their energy consumption and costs. Project Activities Description; Administration of Urban Planning and Community and Rural Development. Description of Jobs Created; We have 4 contracted energy auditors that are doing the pre and post assessment on each home. After each pre assessment, we go out for bids and hire selected contractors to complete the work identified in the assessment. At this time we cannot honestly say new jobs are created. What we can say is that there are contractors in the City who are now working more than they were in months past due to this program. Project Location: Street Address; 270 South River Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Holland, MI 49423- 3230. Total Award Amount; $91,835.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; b-09-my-26-0036. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Clearfield Community Council, The. Project Title; 200 East Infrastructure Project. Grant Award Summary; The city will use these funds towards an infrastructure overlay project on 200 East, between 1700 South and 1800 South in Clearfield. The street is a city designated street, however, it is the main entrance into an apartment complex. The overlay construction cost for this project is estimated at $71,244.00. Since the project amount is more than the CDBG-R grant, the city will be contributing funds to this project. This project does not create jobs, assist those most impacted by the recession, provide investment needed to increase economic efficiency or foster energy independence. However, it will provide long-term economic benefits as well as minimize or avoid reductions in essential services. It is estimated that 10-12 full time construction jobs will be retained by this acitivity. This includes jobs from the concrete and asphalt crews. Quarterly Project Description; The city will use these funds towards an infrastructure overlay project on 200 East, between 1700 South and 1800 South in Clearfield. The street is a city designated street, however, it is the main entrance into an apartment complex. The overlay construction cost for this project is estimated at $71,244.00. Since the project amount is more than the CDBG-R grant, the city will be contributing funds to this project. Project Activities Description; Other General Government Support. Description of Jobs Created; Request for proposals have been received and reviewed and the actual contract between Clearfield City and the general contractor, Staker Parson Companies, was signed March 31, 2010. Construction start date is April 12, 2010. The timeframe to complete this project is estimated at 30 days. Therefore construction should be completed by May 12, 2010. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Clearfield, UT 84015-1027. Total Award Amount; $62,148.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-49-0008. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Adams, County Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant Funds - ARRA. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; Adams County is currently working on finalizing contracts to sub-recipients to perform the activities to achieve the goals of this award. CDBG-R funds will be used to: provide employment skills training to low/moderate income residents of Adams County interested in finding employment within the ?Green Economy'; provide energy efficiency improvement grants to eligible low/moderate income homeowners throughout Adams County; provide energy efficiency improvement grants to eligible low/moderate Public Housing Developments throughout Adams County; provide energy efficiency improvement grants to Adams County nonprofit organizations; administration. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; 450 S. 4th Ave. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Brighton, CO 80601-3123. Total Award Amount; $546,776.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09UY080001. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Lehigh, County Of. Project Title; Lehigh County CDBG-R/ARRA funding. Grant Award Summary; Community Development: Project 1 - Fountain Hill borough was awarded $60,000.00 in CDBG-R funding and used the funds towards the re-surfacing of N. Clewell St. in census tract 6800-1. Project 2 - Slatington borough was awarded $310,000.00 in CDBG-R funding and will use the funds towards sanitary sewer repairs for Cherry, Lehigh, and Railroad Streets in census tract 005100-2. Quarterly Project Description; Project 1 - The Fountain Hill re- surfacing project has been completed, and so far Fountain Hill borough has been reimbursed $59,948.00 with County funds. Our first ARRA reimbursement related to this project was not received by the County by the 3/31/10 reporting deadline. Project 2 - The Slatington sewer project had not been started as of 3/31/10; however, the project should go out to bid in May 2010 with bid tabulations due in June 2010. Hopefully construction will commence in July 2010, and this project should be finished by the end of September 2010. That means invoicing should be submitted to the County by late Fall 2010. Our first ARRA reimbursement related to this project was not received by the County by the 3/31/10 reporting deadline. Also, as of 3/31/10, the County of Lehigh had not billed for any administrative costs that were allowed by this CDBG-R funding. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; 17 S. 7th Street, Lehigh County Government Center. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Allentown, PA 18101-2401. Total Award Amount; $375,581.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09UY420011. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Borough of Slatington. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $310,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 125 S. Walnut St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Slatington, PA 18080-2099. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 1. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Borough of Fountain Hill. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $60,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 941 Long St. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fountain Hill, PA 18015- 2670. Recipient Name; NEW York, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Grant Award Summary; The goal of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds is to primarily benefit low-and moderate-income persons or eliminate slum and blighting conditions. CDBG funds have been allocated to eight separate programs: 1. The Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development's (HPD) Emergency Repair Program will pay for emergency repairs to privately-owned multi-unit buildings when owners fail to do so. The number of housing units repaired will be reported. 2. Under HPD's Emergency Demolition Program, demolition will be undertaken by the City when an Order to Demolish is issued by the NYC Buildings Dept. because a private landlord has failed to do so. The number of buildings demolished will be reported. 3. The HPD Neighborhood Preservation Offices identify residential buildings at risk of abandonment and develop a range of interventions designed to improve building conditions and prevent owner abandonment. 4. The NYC Dept. of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will operate the Graffiti Removal in Parks and Playgrounds Program which will remove graffiti from parks that serve low-and moderate-income areas. As this is categorized as a public service program, the number of people who live in these areas will be reported. 5. DPR will also undertake the Charlton Garden Retaining Wall Restoration in this currently closed park in the Bronx. Other renovations at the park are being completed with NYC Capital Budget funds. The progress of the wall restoration will be reported. 6. Emergency shelter and related social services will be provided to homeless, single adults under the Department of Homeless Services' Single Adult Services Program. CD funds will be used to provide services at the Broadway House Shelter in Brooklyn. The number of people assisted will be reported. 7. The Human Resources Administration will operate the Neighborhood Improvement Program, a training/transitional job placement program in which individuals on public assistance will complete minor repairs and debris removal around properties in foreclosure in distressed areas. The number of program participants will be reported. 8. The Department of Education will complete repairs in NYC schools in order to prevent or remove code violations under the Code Violation Removal in Schools Program. The number of schools in which repairs are completed will be reported. Quarterly Project Description; Under the Code Violation Removal Program, 258 projects were completed at a total of 200 schools. Under the Emergency Demolition Program, 8 buildings were demolished. Under the Neighborhood Preservation Offices Program, 8,011 units were assisted through the City's anti-abandonment efforts. Under the Emergency Repair Program's Lead component, 104 housing units were remediated. Under the Utilities component, payments were made on behalf of 4,456 housing units. Under the Fuel component, payments were made to fuel companies that affected 1,033 housing units. Under the Repairs component, 412 housing units were assisted. Graffiti removal continued to take place at 46 parks in low-and moderate income areas. Under DHS Single Adult Services, 233 persons were served. Project Activities Description; Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; For the DHS Single Adult Services Program, 68.01 FTE jobs were retained. These jobs included Shelter Directors, Case managers/Workers, Social Workers, Security Guards, Substance Abuse Counselors and Employment Specialists. The Department of Parks and Recreation's Graffiti Removal in Parks and Playgrounds Program created 5.91 FTE City Park Worker positions. The Department of Housing Preservation and Development's Neighborhood Preservation Offices (NPO) retained 55.00 FTE Clerical/Planning positions and Real Property Managers. The Emergency Repair Program's Emergency Repair Bureau retained 53 FTE City jobs, which included Construction Project Managers, Housing Inspectors and Clerical positions. Under the Repairs component, .76 FTEs steamfitter jobs were retained. Under the Lead component, 9.36 FTE hazardous materials handler jobs were retained. The Emergency Demolition Program's contracted vendors retained 3.12 jobs, which included engineers, demolitions workers, and hazardous material remediation positions. Under the Code Violations Removal Program, 8.34 city jobs were retained, which included carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and steamfitters. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Gold Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; New York, NY 10038-1605. Total Award Amount; $48,315,183.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-36-0104. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; CT 071 20030013571. Sub #1: Recipient Name; CAMBA, INC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $5,689,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1720 Church Avenue, 2nd Floor. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Brooklyn, NY 11226-2630. Recipient Name; Cary, Town Of. Project Title; Town of Cary CDBG-Recovery Entitlement. Grant Award Summary; The grant award is made pursuant ot the authority of Title I of the Houisng and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended. Projects undertaken with these funds will meet all eligibility and national objectives of the CDBG and ARRA programs. Included are the following activities: 1) Housing Rehabilitation - rehabilitate one owner-occupied home to Energy Star standards; 2) Complete NC Department of Transportation road improvements to serve six newly constructed units of housing for the developmentally disabled; and 3) Rehabilitate a vacant commercial building including lighting and HVAC systems, asphalt paving, and fire and secuirty systems for use by the non-profit corporation, Christian Community in Action. Quarterly Project Description; The Project includes are the following activities: 1) Housing Rehabilitation - rehabilitate one owner- occupied home sto Energy Star standards; 2) Complete NC Department of Transportation road improvements to serve six newly constructed units of housing for the developmentally disabled; and 3) Rehabilitate a vacant commercial building including lighting and HVAC systems, asphalt paving, and fire and secuirty systems for use by the non- profit corporation, Christian Community in Action. Christian Community in Action provides crisis management, foreclosure intervention, job training, and other public services. During 4th Quarter, 2009, NC Department of Transportation road improvements to serve six units of housing for the developmentally disabled quaterly activities were substantially completed. Invoices and job creation from the contractor are being reviewed and ARRA funds for this project will be drawn in 1st Quarter 2010. Work continues on the other tow projects consisting of preparing subrecipient contracts, procurement activities, and conducting necessary environmental reviews. The rehabilitation of a commercial structure for Christian Community in Action will expend its funds in 1st Quarter, 2010. Project Activities Description; Housing Rehabilitation. Description of Jobs Created; 1.85 jobs retained during reporting period (average crew of 12 workers over 8wk construction period. Job titles include heavy equipment operator, concrete finsisher, laborer. Project Location: Street Address; 316 North Academy Street, P.O. Box 8005. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Cary, NC 27512- 8005. Total Award Amount; $122,433.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-37-0023. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; CD9003. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Christian Community In Action, Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $40,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 171 High House Rd. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cary, NC 27511-6715. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; CD9002. Sub #2: Recipient Name; SERVING CUP, THE. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $62,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 14100 Joshua Tree Ct. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cary, NC 27519-8204. Recipient Name; Lewisville, City Of. Project Title; Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-R)- Infrastructuree. Sewer Line Replacement. Edwards Street in Charles- Edna local target area. Quarterly Project Description; Edwards Street Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement Project - Community Development Block Grants Recovery Act Funding (CDBG-R) - The Environmental Assessment for this project should have been published in February 2010 to allow construction to start by the end of March. Delays are the responsibility of City program staff as a step in the process was skipped. Among other Environmental clearances, the City has determined that the project will not affect the historic character of the Old Town Lewisville neighborhood in which it is located. Upon review, it was determined that a neighborhood description and photos must be submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office for review. This project will replace a 6?, 50+ year-old clay sewer line with new 8' line. Location is on Edwards St. in 'Old Town' Lewisville within the Edna-Charles Targeted Reinvestment and Improvement Neighborhood (TRAIN). It is projected to serve 45 households with 99 persons. Project construction has not yet started as of March 31, 2010. Specifications have been prepared for this project as well as a similar CDBG-funded (non- Recovery Act) project on a nearby street (Milton). A design question has been resolved and bid documents have been prepared in an effort to have one contractor for both projects. - An income survey must also be conducted to verify project eligibility for the CDBG program. After verifying residential addresses with private line connections and reviewing the project service area, staff has prepared a survey methodology to submit to HUD for approval by April 15, 2010. The delays mentioned above will push the project into a construction start- date around the beginning of June with significant progress and expense draws to be completed before June 30, 2010. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Project estimated to create 1.5 full-time equivalent construction jobs (10-12 workers to be employed for 6-10 weeks. Project Location: Street Address; 151 W. Church St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Lewisville, TX 75057-3927. Total Award Amount; $151,565.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-48-0039. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Spokane, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery Funded The City of Spokane Community Development Department will undertake 'ready to build infrastructure projects, especially those that enhance existing planned projects already moving forward, or that can be programmed this year. Investments will be made in support of general City objectives and priorities, such as stimulating development in centers and corridors, and meeting national objectives such as ADA compliance. Various City departments were consulted as to the viability of projects. Priority was given to projects that can award contracts based on bids within 120 calendar days from the date the funds are available to the City of Spokane. Selected infrastructure projects include Market Street water mains, side street water supply and service lines, related sewer projects, Sprague Street water lines and hydrants, City-wide street paving and wheelchair ramps, and infrastucture for expansion of Northeast Community Center. Quarterly Project Description; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery Funded Infrastructure projects completed are Market Street water mains, side street water supply and service lines, as well as infrastucture for expansion of Northeast Community Center. Substantial progress has been made on the Sprague Avenue water hydrants. Additional CDBG-R reimbursement and payments are still expected on some of these projects. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created or retained were in the implementaion of infrastructure projects. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Spokane, WA 99201- 3333. Total Award Amount; $1,022,299.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-53-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Maricopa, County Of. Project Title; CDBG-R ARRA Entitlement Grant. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds will be utilized for two projects. The first, in the amount of $450,000 for the paving of approximately 11,848 linear feet of unpaved alleyways with 12' wide asphaltic concrete throughout the Town of Youngtown. The second, in the amount of $138,782 for the construction of approximately 3,000 linear feet of 4' wide sidewalk with curb and gutter on existing streets where no sidewalks exist in the Gastelo neighborhood in the Town of Guadalupe. In 2008, Maricopa Urban County provided $326,639 in CDBG funds, leveraged by $200,000 of the Town of Youngtown's Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF) Funds to construct 1.8 miles of paved alleyways. Sufficient CDBG funds were not available to pave all 6.8 miles of alleys. The Town did not have sufficient revenue to complete the project with local revenues. It was determined that the project would be approached as a phased activity constructing additional alleyways as funding became available. The consultant for project engineering determined that $450,000 in CDBG-R funding leveraged with $150,000 of the Town's HURF will be sufficient to complete the paving of all remaining alleyways within the Town. This will also benefit the Town by reducing dust pollution for the senior population susceptible to allergies and other health issues associated with airborne dust. Dust emissions from unpaved alleys are a problem. Utilities are located within the unpaved alleyways. Many residents have garages opening to the alleys and activities like trash pickup are performed there. Maricopa County Air Quality has cited the Town multiple times for dust control issues and has implemented fines for future violations. In 2008, Maricopa Urban County provided $250,000 in CDBG funds to construct about 3,450 linear feet of 4' wide sidewalks with curbs and gutters in the Gastelo Neighborhood in the Town of Guadalupe. This project was recently bid and is ready to award of a construction contract. Sufficient CDBG funds were not available to construct all 6,930 linear feet of sidewalks, curbs and gutters needed. Existing streets throughout the Town with no corresponding sidewalks or curbs and gutters lead to pedestrians, especially children walking within the roadways in close proximity to cars. This dangerous condition exists throughout the Gastelo Neighborhood. Additionally, this does nothing to discourage drivers from parking their vehicles on the unpaved shoulders of the streets or in the yards of the residents. The resulting dust emission from this practice is a problem. This project will also increase safety of residents, especially children, who now have to walk on the shoulders of Town roadways. Town funds are not available to complete this project. The infrastructure investment will provide a long term economic benefit to the community. Both communities are within the Maricopa County nonattainment area for PM- 10 Particulate pollution levels. Both projects take corrective actions for reducing these levels in predominately low and moderate income neighborhoods, thereby relieving the communities with few sources of revenue from the burden of future fines and costly infrastructure. The proposed activities address the Recovery Act by assisting those most impacted by the recession and investing in infrastructure to provide long term economic benefits, eligible under CDBG entitlement funding. Both are 'shovel ready with environmental review and design activities complete and ready to be bid with contracts awarded within 120 days of the release of CDBG-R funds. Quarterly Project Description; During the quarter, the alleyway paving project within Youngtown was 95% complete. Approximately 11,848 linear feet (LF) of alleyways were paved with 12' wide asphaltic concrete. In accomplishing this, dust pollution is significantly reduced. The Town will no longer be fined by Maricopa County Air Quality for dust control violations. Additionally, the reduction in dust benefits the Town's senior population susceptible to allergies and other health issues related to airborne dust. Approximately 2,000 LF of 4' wide sidewalk improvements within the Town of Guadalupe were completed. The project includes sidewalks with handicap ramps, ribbon curb and gutter within the Gastelo Neighborhood. The infrastructure investment provides a safe alternative for children walking on shoulders of busy Town roadways. The project also eliminates the tendency for people to park and drive on unpaved shoulders, thus eliminating dust emissions. Project Activities Description; Alliances & Advocacy. Description of Jobs Created; As a result of this ARRA funding, 5.87 concrete construction jobs were retained. Such jobs include truck drivers, laborers, concrete finishers, mechanics and operators. Project Location: Street Address; 234 North Central Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Phoenix, AZ 85004- 2256. Total Award Amount; $588,782.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-04-0501. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; C-22-09-164-3-00. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Town of Youngtown. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $445,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 12030 Clubhouse Square. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Youngtown, AZ 85363-1212. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; C-22-09-058-3-00. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Guadalupe, Town Of. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $133,782.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 9241 South Avenida del Yaqui. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Guadalupe, AZ 85283-2538. Recipient Name; City Of Prescott. Project Title; Campbell Street Paving. Grant Award Summary; Funding to complete paving Campbell Street located in the Dexter Neighborhood. Quarterly Project Description; Project is moving along chipseal has been laid; sidewalk and gutter 75% completed. Now that winter is gone we will complete in the next few months. Project Activities Description; Neighborhood Revitalization. Description of Jobs Created; none, but retention of jobs for field service workers, operators, laborers and field supes. Project Location: Street Address; Campbell Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Prescott, AZ 86301-2059. Total Award Amount; $78,860.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-04-0512. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Gary, City Of. Project Title; City of Gary - Street Improvements. Grant Award Summary; The City of Gary has been authorized to receive funding in CDBG-R program funding. Funding will be used for street improvements and is expected to create at least 10 jobs. Quarterly Project Description; Notice of Amendment published in the newspaper on 03/08/10 to change the areas for street improvements from Midtown, Downtown, & Emerson to city-wide. Ten Low/Mod Areas For Street Improvements have been identified. They include: (1)21st Ave. Chase- Hendricks St.; (2)Clark Rd. 23rd to 25th Ave.; (3)Burr St. 11th- 15th Ave.; (4)15th Ave. Clark Rd.-Burr St.; (5)15th Ave. Broadway- Madison St.; (6)52nd Ave. Carolina-Delaware St.; (7)52nd Pl. Maryland Ct.- Carolina St.; (8)Carolina St. 52nd Ave.-53rd Ave.; (9)Bigger St. 4th- 5th Ave.; (10)Harrison St. 21st Ave.-25th Ave. Bids were received on the 03/19/10 and contracts will be awarded on 04/14/10. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; The Contractors chosen for these projects will be required to hire local residents. It is anticipated that at least 10 jobs will be created or retained. Project Location: Street Address; 839 Broadway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Gary, IN 46402- 2419. Total Award Amount; $980,167.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-18-0005. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Ewing, Township Of. Project Title; ESCC Boiler Retrofit. Grant Award Summary; Ewing Township, in cooperation with Mercer County, has recently acquired a community facility formerly known as the Jewish Community Center, built in 1961, that is now known as the Ewing Senior and Community Center (ESCC). The ESCC houses the Township's Senior Center, which is in the process of being rehabilitated. The Township has applied HUD CDBG funds and Mercer County grant funds towards this rehabilitation project. The CDBG-R Funds will be used towards retrofitting the original boiler with a separate and distinct energy efficient unit to exclusively serve the Senior Center portion of the facility. The original oil fired sectional steam boiler has outlived its expectant life and shows critical need for replacement. The efficiency of this boiler has dropped significantly from the original efficiency. The proposed new boiler will consist of high efficient gas fired modular steam boiler to serve the existing piping system. . Quarterly Project Description; A contractor has been selected and approved; the contract has been executed; the notice to proceed has been issued. The contractor has submitted the materials to be ordered to the township engineer for review and approval. The project will commence upon receipt of materials and when there is no longer a need for heat at the facility, on or about April 15. Project Activities Description; Energy Resources. Description of Jobs Created; Project has not begun yet. Project Location: Street Address; 999 Lower Ferry Road. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Ewing, NJ 08628- 0068. Total Award Amount; $55,697.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-34-0129. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; County Of San Diego. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Grant Award Summary; The overall purpose of Community Development Block Grant funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (CDBG-R) is to support the Recovery Act's clear purposes: stimulate the economy through measures that modernize the Nation's infrastructure, improve energy efficiency, and expand educational opportunities and access to health care. Consistent with the overarching goals of the Recovery Act, HUD has encouraged recipients of CDBG-R to use funds for hard development costs associated with infrastructure activities that provide basic services to residents or activities that promote energy efficiency and conservation through rehabilitation or retrofitting of existing buildings. The County of San Diego, Department of Housing and Community Development anticipates using its CDBG-R funds on the following activities: installation of solar panels at an affordable housing complex in the City of Coronado, construction of ADA ramps and pop-outs in the City of Imperial Beach, rehabilitation and related road improvements in the City of Lemon Grove, ADA sidewalk ramp improvements in the City of Poway, construction of curbs, gutters and sidewalks on streets within the City of Solana Beach, purchase of a new fire water tender for the community of Jacumba Fire Station, purchase of new fire equipment for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, purchase of a new interface fire engine for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, purchase of a new fire water tender for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, and funding for CDBG-R program administration. Quarterly Project Description; CDBG-R funding was awarded by HUD on August 27, 2009. The County of San Diego anticipates using its CDBG-R funds for the following activities: 1) installation of solar panels at an affordable housing complex in the City of Coronado, 2) construction of ADA ramps and pop-outs in the City of Imperial Beach, 3) rehabilitation and related road improvements in the City of Lemon Grove, 4) ADA sidewalk ramp improvements in the City of Poway, 5) construction of curbs, gutters and sidewalks on streets within the City of Solana Beach, 6) purchase of a new fire water tender for the community of Jacumba Fire Station, 7) purchase of new fire equipment for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, 8) purchase of a new interface fire engine for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, 9) purchase of a new fire water tender for the community of Warner Springs Fire Station, and 10) funding for CDBG-R program administration. During the reporting quarter, the City of Del Mar decided to cancel their ADA project and will likely return the funds to the County for use on other CDBG-R projects. The City of Imperial Beach decided to revise their CDBG-R project to an ADA ramp and pop- out project. The vendor for the Poway ADA sidewalk ramp improvements project completed all site work. The interface fire engine was in service in the community of Warner Springs as of 3/17/10. The two water tender chassis were delivered to the County and the procurement process for outfittting the water tenders is underway. The subrecipient agreement for Imperial Beach is pending execution at this time. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; During this reporting quarter, ARRA funded an estimated .44 FTE for five County of San Diego full time employees. These positions include a Principal Accountant, the Community Development Chief, an Associate Accountant, and two Housing Program Analysts. In addition, ARRA funded an estimated 1.37 FTE for a vendor of a subrecipient. These positions include: workers from Laborer Group 1, Truck Driver Group 2, and Power Equipment Operator Group 3. These vendor employees demolished concrete, placed and finished new concrete, and transported refuge. The reported number of jobs retained is based on data available to the County of San Diego at the time of report submission. This number is subject to correction as updated data becomes available. Project Location: Street Address; 31049 Highway 79. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Warner Springs, CA 92086-9627. Total Award Amount; $1,259,592.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-06-0501. Number of Sub-Awards; 3. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 531425. Sub #1: Recipient Name; POWAY, CITY OF. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $85,967.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Poway, CA 92064-5755. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 531423. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Lemon Grove, City Of. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $53,134.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 3232 Main Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lemon Grove, CA 91945-1705. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 531428. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Coronado, City Of. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $42,455.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 840 G Avenue. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Coronado, CA 92118-2561. Recipient Name; County Of, Palm Beach. Project Title; Palm Beach County's CDBG-R Program includes infrastructure, public services, economic development activities and program administration. Grant Award Summary; The CDBG-R funds are to be used to benefit low and-moderate income persons and will address the Recovery Act by serving one or more of the following areas: A) preserving and creating jobs and promoting economic recovery; B) assisting those most impacted by the recession; C) providing investment needed to increase economic efficiency; D) investing in transportation, environmental protection, or other infrastructure; E) minimizing or avoiding reductions in essential services; or F) fostering energy independence. For infrastructure investment, preference was given to activities that can be started and completed expeditiously, including a goal of using at least 50 percent of the funds for activities that can be initiated not later than 120 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. Recipients shall also use grant funds in a manner that maximizes job creation and economic benefit. (1) Westgate/Belvedere Homes CRA-- Replacement of culverts under Cherry Road (Airport canal); (2) City of Greenacres Infrastructure Improvements--Drainage improvements on two (2) alleyways on north side of 10th Av. North; (3) Canal Point Water Line--Installation of 12'' water distribution main under US 441 between the cities of Pahokee and Canal Point; (4) Villages of Hope Infrastructure Improvements--Installation of on-site infrastructure (water/sewer/storm drainage) and off-site hook-up for a transtional housing facility; (5) Palm Beach County Economic Development Office-- Assistance to businesses to create new jobs for persons recently unemployed; (6) Urban League of Palm Beach County--Provision of foreclosure mitigation counseling to individuals at risk of losing their homes; (7) Program Planning & Administration--Planning and administration expenses incurred in performing, planning, coordinating, and monitoring the CDBG-R Program. Quarterly Project Description; Palm Beach County's CDBG-R Program includes infrastructure, public services, economic development activities and program administration: (1) Westgate/Belvedere Homes CRA--Replacement of culverts under Cherry Road (Airport canal); (2) City of Greenacres Infrastructure Improvements--Drainage improvements on two (2) alleyways on north side of 10th Av. North; (3) Canal Point Water Line--Installation of 12'' water distribution main under US 441 between the cities of Pahokee and Canal Point; (4) Villages of Hope Infrastructure Improvements--Installation of on-site infrastructure (water/sewer/storm drainage) and off-site hook-up for a transitional housing facility; (5) Palm Beach County Economic Development Office-- Assistance to businesses to create new jobs for persons recently unemployed; (6) Urban League of Palm Beach County--Provision of foreclosure mitigation counseling to individuals at risk of losing their homes; (7) Program Planning & Administration--Planning and administration expenses incurred in performing, planning, coordinating, and monitoring the CDBG-R Program. Environmental Reviews for each project are now complete and agreements are being prepared. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; .66 FTE jobs retained based on 344 staff hours incurred under CDBG-R program administration. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Australian Avenue, Suite 500. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; West Palm Beach, FL 33406-1465. Total Award Amount; $1,846,758.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-12-0004. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; BGR8. Sub #1: Recipient Name; County Of, Palm Beach. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $180,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 301 N. Olive Ave. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; West Palm Beach, FL 33401- 4791. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; BGR7. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Urban League Of Palm Beach County, Inc., The. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $95,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1700 N Australian Avenue. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; West Palm Beach, FL 33407- 5623. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; BGR9. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Greenacres, City Of. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $73,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 5800 Melaleuca Lane. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Greenacres, FL 33463-3515. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; BGR6. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Westgate Belvedere Homes Community Redevelopment Agency. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $600,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 100 Australian Avenue, Suite 410. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; West Palm Beach, FL 33406- 1465. Recipient Name; Manatee, County Of. Project Title; Solar Energy Project. Grant Award Summary; To provide the installation of a phtovoltaic roof system at the One Stop Resource Center for Community Coalition on Homelessness. Quarterly Project Description; Permits applied for and obtained. Project currently under construction-approximately 30% complete. Two payment requests received from subrecipient totalling $105,113.97 however have not been processed by 3/31/10. Project Activities Description; Energy Resources. Description of Jobs Created; Not applicable. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bradenton, FL 34205-7804. Total Award Amount; $415,584.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-12-0018. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Not applicable. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Community Coalition On Homelessness Corporation. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $400,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bradenton, FL 34205-7665. Recipient Name; County Of Washtenaw. Project Title; Public Infrastructure/Human Services. Grant Award Summary; Washtenaw County proposes to utilize 75 percent ($231,426) of its CDBG-R allocation under the overarching ARRA objective to modernize the Nation's infrastructure. The Washtenaw County 2008-2013 5-Year Consolidated Strategy and Plan (Con Plan) recognizes infrastructure projects as medium priority. Con Plan identifies infrastructure improvements in the Summary of Specific Annual Objectives as meeting Objective SL-3(2): Sustainability of Suitable Living Environment. The specific HUD objective is: To improve the sustainability of public infrastructure and improvements in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, in order to create suitable living environments. Four (4) neighborhood preservation infrastructure projects have been identified for use with the CDBG-R funding. The projects are listed below: 1 - Salem Township: 6 Mile Road Sidewalk Extension ($40,000) 2 - City of Ypsilanti: ADA Curb Cuts ($59,000) 3 - Pittsfield Township: Sidewalk Improvement Projects ($13,213) 4 - Ypsilanti Township: Road Improvement Projects ($119,213) Washtenaw County intends to use 15 percent of the CDBG-R grant for public/human services to Northfield Human Services to support the $1 to Ride Program which provides transportation service to low-income residents to employment and medical care and the Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan to support fair housing testing and addressing barriers to fair housing. Northfield Human Services will receive an allocation of $9,944 in CDBG-R funding and the Fair Housing Center will receive an allocation of $36,841 in CDBG-R funding. Quarterly Project Description; Update for quarter ending 3/31/10: The human services contracts with the Fair Housing Center were executed on 2/3/10 and with Northfield Human Services on 9/25/09. The road improvements contracts with Ypsilanti Township were executed on 11/30/ 09 and the contract for sidewalk improvements in Pittsfield Township was executed on 12/22/09. The Ypsilanti Township road improvement projects have started, however, the contractor has yet to submit a billing for payment. The Pittsfield Township - Golfside sidewalk improvements project will be bid in early Summer. The Township planner is working to resolve easement issues. Project Activities Description; Management, Administrative & Technical Support. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs reports will be submitted with the quarter ending 6/30/10 as the work is just beginning on the road improvement projects. Project Location: Street Address; 110 N. Fourth Avenue, Suite 300. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8645. Total Award Amount; $308,567.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-26-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Recipient Name; Municipio De Bayamon. Project Title; Road Paving, gutter and curb construction, storm water darinage construction, or improvements and repairs at Bayamon Jurisdiction, and Magnolia Gardens Recreational Area improvements. Grant Award Summary; The Community Development Block Grant Recovery (CDBG-R) program will enable the grantee to undertake eligible activities intended to create suitable living environments, provide decent affordable housing and create economic opportunities, primarily for persons of low and moderate income. The projects that the Municipality will carry out will provide direct benefit to low income communities of rural areas that are distant from the center and urbanized areas. Such projects will improve access to goods and services and will stimulate economic activity in the Bayamon Jurisdiction. The projects are: 1. Road paving, gutter and curb construction, storm water drainage construction or improvements and repairs at several eligible locations in the Bayamon Jurisdiction. 2. Improvements to Magnolia Gardens Recreational Area, consisting of area grading, fencing, installation of light fixtures, grass and reforestation, overall improvements to the jogging trail, excercise stations, kid playgrounds, basketball court, and baseball park. The Magnolia Gardens Recreational Area will serve the low income residents living in the nearby areas providing an adequate sports and recreational facility for the community enjoyment. Quarterly Project Description; Road pavings: Street #7 and #10 Vans Scoy; Urb. Los Dominicos; Irlanda Heights Avenue; St. #14 and St. #12 at Sierra Linda; De Hostos Ave. . Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; 35 jobs have been created to the present day. The jobs consist mainly of construction employees (working in pavement, asphalting, and curb construction among other). Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bayamon, PR 00960- 1588. Total Award Amount; $1,225,944.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-720004. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. [End of table] CDBG-R Grants That Partially Met Transparency Criteria: The following grant descriptions did not contain sufficient details on one or more of the following pieces of information necessary to facilitate general understanding of the award, based on the criteria: general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, or expected outcomes. In some cases, only a small amount of additional information was needed, while in other cases, many pieces of information were needed to make the description more transparent. The grant description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recipient Name; West Memphis, City Of. Project Title; City of West Memphis CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; Public Facilities-Community facility-neighborhood center design and repairs. Economic Development-Business/kitchen incubator and/or facade enhancements. Housintg Rehabilitation-rehab for elderly/handicapped low/moderate income homeowners. Demolition and clearance-demo and clearance of structure and lot. Program Administration-admin costs related to planning, oversite and management of the program. Quarterly Project Description; meeting with architect to develop scope of work for neighborhood center and facade enhancements for bid proposals. Develope bid notice for bid opening on 10/15/09. Took bid for demo and rehab projects. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; job was created from several projects - justification for the one FTE was based on the HUD Recovery Act Jobs Reporting OMB M-09-21. Project Location: Street Address; 205 South Redding. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; West Memphis, AR 72301-4207. Total Award Amount; $113,262.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-05-0009. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 23 activities in addition to administrative costs: see table 24 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and recipient. Recipient Name; Sacramento Housing And Redevelopment Agency. Project Title; Township 9 Infrastructure Design & Construction - Construction Self Help Housing - Public Service Volunteers of America - Public Service Lutheran Social Services - Public Service Salvation Army - Public Service. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; The Township 9 and La Valentina projects use CDBG-R funds to preserve and create jobs in the building/ construction industry, which is particularly impacted by the economic recession, by expediting the development of catalyst projects integral to the success of larger activities. Such catalyst projects both directly employ individuals and will lead to future employment as development continues and new businesses and residents move into the project areas. The Township 9 project is design of infrastructure to support 179 units of affordable housing units. Improvements to Richards Boulevard, D Street, E Street and F Street are to be included in the scope of work. Homeless prevention activities meet the intent of the CDBG-R funds by utilizing the public service component to assist those most impacted by the recession. CDBG-R public service funds provide an additional opportuntity for longer lasting system improvements, shifting from a system organized around shelter to one centered on prevention and housing stability. HUD encourages a coordinated process with central intake and communtiy wide tools to assess the individual's risk of homelessness and housing needs. Three non-profit organizations have been contracted with to provide case management in support of HPRP. All jobs for these contracts are being reported through HPRP so no duplication will occur. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs are being reported in activities under HPRP for the Public Service Activities. The infrastructure design to support affordable housing portion is part of a larger catalyst project called Township 9, which is a infill mixed use project including stores, offices, housing and entertainment. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Sacramento, CA 95811-0000. Total Award Amount; $1,553,219.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0003. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient fund six activities: see table 21 for more details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Albuquerque, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R Community Development and Infrastructure Projects. Grant Award Summary; Community Develop Block Grant Recovery projects to stimulate the economy with property acquisition for affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic development improvements. Quarterly Project Description; Sunset Gardens Water & Sewer project - project to construct modern water and sewer facilities including fire protection to serve a low income area that is presently being served with substandard facilities. Completed Environmental Assessment and Design work. Began construction 9/22/09. Construction is now complete. Casa Grande - Project to acquire, demolish and prepare the property for Mixed Income Housing --Environmental Review is complete and purchase of the property is pending. Downtown Action Team Facade Project - contract is pending. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; Sunset Gardens Water & Sewer Project: created 5.84 FTEs in new/retained water and sewer construction jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 1 Civic Plaza, Room 504. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Albuquerque, NM 87102-0000. Total Award Amount; $1,181,843.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-35-0001. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 8029020. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $400,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; PO Box 27811. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Albuquerque, NM 87125-7811. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities: (1) Acquisition and demolition of an identified property for a mixed-income, mixed-use development located at 2412 and 2424 Central Avenue S.W., Albuquerque, N.M., 87102. The funding amount is $600,000. (2) Construction of modern water and sewer facilities, including fire protection, to serve a low-to moderate- income area presently served by substandard facilities located at Sunset Gardens at 90th, Albuquerque, N.M., 87102. The funding amount is $400,000. (3) Improving downtown business facades to stimulate economic activity located at 100 Gold Avenue S.W., Suite 204, Albuquerque, N.M., 87102. The funding amount is $181,843. The status of each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; City Of Los Angeles. Project Title; ARRA-Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-R). Grant Award Summary; CDBG ARRA activities will preserve and create jobs through acquisition of land for affordable housing, public and private development projects such as street and sidewalk improvements and financial assistance to businesses to increase job training and manufacturing facilities. CDBG ARRA will also be used to provide services to low-income residents to assist those most impacted by the recession. Key objectives of the three-year program include providing food assistance, financial planning software, homeless prevention and supportive housing services to more than 10,000 low-income residents as well as work experience and job training programs for 360 low- income residents. CDBG ARRA will also leverage millions in other funding to help create over 200 affordable housing units and develop retail and manufacturing projects expected to create approximately 200 jobs. Quarterly Project Description; During the first quarter of calendar 2010, the City of Los Angeles used CDBG-R funds to begin or continue several public service projects, including: a community garden project that hires at-risk youth on a short-term, temporary basis to provide work experience as well as establish gardens in low-income neighborhoods; an intensive program of case management services to support homeless residents as they move into supportive housing; a food and transportation program; and an urban farming job training program. The City also prepared policies and procedures relating to implementation of a City ordinance that will focus job placement opportunities to residents of local communities where development projects are planned. The City also began two neighborhood development projects for sidewalk reconstruction and street improvement and used CDBG-R funds as matching costs to begin development of a 98-unit affordable housing project. Finally, City staff continued administrative activities such as eligibility and underwriting reviews for several planned economic development projects. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; CDBG-R funding supported part of the costs to retain or create the following positions: 20 case managers at 4 homeless service providers; tree surgeons, maintenance & construction helpers, cement finishers, light and heavy duty equipment operators, a carpenter, truck operator and a street services supervisor working on sidewalk reconstruction in low-income neighborhoods; design engineers for street improvement plans; program managers, coordinators and community assistance workers for a food distribution and a community garden program and project coordinators, program analysts, fiscal analysts and grant administration positions. Project Location: Street Address; 200 North Spring St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Los Angeles, CA 90012-4801. Total Award Amount; $19,258,184.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0523. Number of Sub-Awards; 3. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Las Palmas Foundati. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Las Palmas Foundation. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $848,384.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 14653-14661 W Blythe St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Panorama City, CA 91402- 5859. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Los Angeles Homeles. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 566 S San Pedro Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Los Angeles, CA 90013-2102. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Los Angeles Conserv. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Los Angeles Conservation Corps. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $540,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 605 W Olympic Blvd #450. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Los Angeles, CA 90015-1481. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded seven activities: see table 14 for details. Award also covered administration costs. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Bend, City Of. Project Title; Loan Program for Residential Renewable Energy Technologies. Grant Award Summary; Loan Program for Residential Renewable Energy Technologies and measures to be utilized for installation of Residential Renewable Energy Technologies that could include: Solar Hot Water Systems, Solar Power Systems, Solar Heating Systems, Residential Wind Turbine systems, Other home energy efficiencies including approved permanently installed energy efficient appliance replacement and certain weatherization measures that would improve energy efficiency for homes occupied by low and moderate income Bend residents. Projects that would be eligible for this loan program would be those that are currently receiving funding through the following programs, to maximize leverage of other sources: City of Bend Affordable Housing Fee Program, CDBG Program, Neighborhood Stabilization Program, NeighborImpact Home Owner Rehabilitation Loan Program, NeighborImpact Weatherization Loan Program, NeighborImpact/City of Bend Homebuyer Assistance Program. Projects would be limited to the corporate limits of the City of Bend. There would be a maximum of $10,000 per unit for Single Family Homes, and $7,500 per unit for Multi-Family projects. The City has worked with the Central Oregon Builders Association in creating this program. They have begun contact with local renewable energy installers and remodelers and believe that not only will this program, combined with the Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program preserve existing jobs, but that it will create new opportunities in the industry for a total of both preserved and created of 25 construction industry jobs. Quarterly Project Description; Bids have been received for four projects that will equal approximately 85% of funding, work should be done within the next quarter. The remaining funding is out to bid, with contracts expected within 6 weeks. Last quarter the projects were delayed by title issues and weather conditions. These projects are all to install solar water heating systems on homeless shelters in the City of Bend. During this quarter the City drew $6,000 of the Administration dollars of this grant. Project Activities Description; Housing Rehabilitation. Description of Jobs Created; not applicable. Project Location: Street Address; 709 NW Wall St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bend, OR 97701- 2744. Total Award Amount; $116,890.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-41-0010. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity and administrative costs including: installation of a solar water heating system for a domestic violence shelter located at 1266 N.W. Newport, Bend, OR, 97701. The funding amount is $13,400. The status of this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Mississippi Development Authority. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery. Grant Award Summary; The Community Development Block Grant Program - Recovery (CDBG-R) was allocated $8,071,701 funds to the State of Mississippi for general public infrastructure improvement purposes for local units of government. The State of Mississippi focused on eligible projects that provide basic services to residents, meet the low to moderate income national objective, and could begin within 120 days. Quarterly Project Description; Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) has awarded $7,829,334 in Community Development Block Grant - Recovery (CDBG-R) funds to eighteen (18) local units of government. The State of Mississippi focused on eligible projects that provide basic services to residents, meet the low to moderate income national objective, and could begin within 120 days. All projects have received environmental clearance and are under construction contracts. MDA has reserved $242,367 CDBG-R funds for state administration. Project Activities Description; Commercial and Institutional Building Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Program Management, Professional Services, Labor & Mechanics. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Jackson, MS 39201- 1001. Total Award Amount; $8,071,701.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-DY-28-0001. Number of Sub-Awards; 18. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-195-PFR-01. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Gloster Town Hall. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $107,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gloster, MS 39638-3649. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-201-PFR-01. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Grenada, City Of (Inc). Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $588,500.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Grenada, MS 38901-2622. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-322-PFR-01. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Roxie, Town Of. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $224,700.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Roxie, MS 39661-9692. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-312-PFR-01. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Raleigh, Town Of. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $371,290.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Raleigh, MS 39153-0355. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-149-PFR-01. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Coldwater, City Of. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $535,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Coldwater, MS 38618-3880. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-048-PFR-01. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Monroe, County Of. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $750,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Aberdeen, MS 39730-2633. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-127-PFR-01. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Boyle, Town Of. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $133,733.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Boyle, MS 38730-2001. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-049-PFR-01. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Montgomery, County Of. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $124,762.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Winona, MS 38967-2037. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-117-PFR-01. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Belzoni, City Of. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $429,819.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Belzoni, MS 39038-3538. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-064-PFR-01. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Simpson County Board Of Supervisors. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $535,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mendenhall, MS 39114-3537. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-233-PFR-01. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Lexington, City Of. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $267,500.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lexington, MS 39095-3536. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-360-PFR-01. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Town Of Terry. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $350,960.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Terry, MS 39170-0327. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-429-PFR-01. Sub #13: Recipient Name; ALGOMA, TOWN OF. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $438,700.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Algoma, MS 38820-0110. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-176-PFR-01. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Ellisville, City of Inc. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $1,050,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ellisville, MS 39437-2606. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-409-PFR-01. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Jumpertown Town Hall. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $107,000.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jumpertown, MS 38829-8332. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-068-PFR-01. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Tallahatchie, County Of Chancery Clerk Office. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $492,200.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charleston, MS 38921-2354. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-076-PFR-01. Sub #17: Recipient Name; County of Washington. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $385,842.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Greenville, MS 38701-3712. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 0008-08-347-PFR-01. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Starkville, City Of. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $937,328.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Starkville, MS 39759-2944. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 19 activities in addition to administrative costs: see table 16 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and HUD Web site. Recipient Name; Department Of Rural Affairs. Project Title; Supplemental CDBG funding for the State of Texas. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Supplemental funding to the State of Texas under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant Program. Quarterly Project Description; This grant provides supplemental funding to the State of Texas under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program pursuant to authority of Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, (42 USC 5301 et seq.). The State of Texas CDBG program has made awards to cities and counties to finance projects. Sub recipients continue to hold construction bid openings, 54 have been cleared for environmental and 12 have started construction. Project Activities Description; Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Professional project and program administration jobs. The funded activities include planning and execution of community development activities, including overall program management, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation. The funds provided a portion of the salaries and expenses for the professional workforce that administers the program and the recovery projects. The total number of jobs reflects the previous quarter?s total, totals will be updated during the May 3 to June 15 timetable. Sub recipients quarterly reports due to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs April 20, 2010. Project Location: Street Address; 1700 North Congress Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Austin, TX 78711- 2877. Total Award Amount; $19,473,698.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-DY-48-0001. Number of Sub-Awards; 73. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; R729400. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Maverick, County Of. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $600,516.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 500 Quarry St , Suite 3. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Eagle Pass, TX 78852-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; R729090. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Delta, County Of. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 200 W. Dallas. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cooper, TX 75432-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; R729380. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Loving, County Of. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 100 Bell Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mentone, TX 79754-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; R729030. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Bandera, City Of. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 511 Main Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bandera, TX 78003-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; R729020. Sub #5: Recipient Name; AUSTWELL, CITY OF. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $300,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 108 S. Gisler St. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Austwell, TX 77950-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; R729390A. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Matagorda, County Of. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $313,615.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 1700 7th Street, Rm. 301. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bay City, TX 77414-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; R729060. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Bovina City Hall. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 205 North Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bovina, TX 79009-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; R729660. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Upshur, County Of. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 100 W. Tyler Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gilmer, TX 75644-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; R729530. Sub #9: Recipient Name; City of Rockport. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $300,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 622 East Market Street. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rockport, TX 78382-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; R729220A. Sub #10: Recipient Name; City of Hamlin. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $197,642.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 355 S. Central. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hamlin, TX 79520-0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; R729430A. Sub #11: Recipient Name; City Of Navasota. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $182,425.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 202 E. Washington Ave. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Navasota, TX 77868-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; R729140. Sub #12: Recipient Name; East Mountain, City Of. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 100 W. Tyler Street. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gilmer, TX 75645-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; R729250. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Hemphill, City Of. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 211 Starr St. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hemphill, TX 75948-0000. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; R729040A. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Bartlett, City Of. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $45,567.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 140 W. Clark St. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bartlett, TX 76511-0907. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; R729500. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Presidio, County Of. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $234,859.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 300 N. Highland. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Marfa, TX 79843-0000. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; R729620. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Starr, County Of. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $420,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 100 N. FM 3167, Ste.#202. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rio Grande City, TX 78582- 0000. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; R729480. Sub #17: Recipient Name; City of Panhandle. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 1 Main St. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Panhandle, TX 79068-0024. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; R729670A. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Val Verde, County Of. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $212,050.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 400 Pecan St. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Del Rio, TX 78841-4250. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; R729170A. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Fayetteville, City Of. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $178,719.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 202 W. Main. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fayetteville, TX 78940- 0000. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; R729510. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Primera, City Of. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $288,083.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 22893 Stuart Place Road. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Primera, TX 78552-0000. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; R729630. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Stockdale, City Of. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 700 W. Main. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Stockdale, TX 78160-0000. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; R729730. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Whitewright, City Of. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $125,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 206 W. Grand Street. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Whitewright, TX 75491- 0000. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; R729740. Sub #23: Recipient Name; City of Winona. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 520 Dallas St. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Winona, TX 75792-0097. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; R729070. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Caldwell, City Of. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 107 South Hill. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Caldwell, TX 77836-0000. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; R729100. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Dickens, County Of. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 512 Montgomery St. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dickens, TX 79229-0000. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; R729690A. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Waelder, City Of. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $179,168.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; 300 Hwy. 90 West. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waelder, TX 78959-0000. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; R729110. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Domino Multipurpose Building. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; 14555 FM 3129. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Domino, TX 75572-0000. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; R729290. Sub #28: Recipient Name; Ingram, City Of. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; 230 Hwy 39. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ingram, TX 78025-0000. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; R729570. Sub #29: Recipient Name; CITY OF SAN PERLITA. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $288,082.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; 14168 7th St. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Perlita, TX 78590- 0000. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; R729280. Sub #30: Recipient Name; City of Huxley. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; 11798 FM 2694. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Shelbyville, TX 75973- 0000. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; R729340. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Kemah, City Of. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; 1401 Hwy. 146. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kemah, TX 77565-0000. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; R729540A. Sub #32: Recipient Name; Rose City. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; $248,086.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; 370 South Rose City Drive. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; Vidor, TX 77662-0000. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; R729300. Sub #33: Recipient Name; Jackson, County Of. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; 115 West Main. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; Edna, TX 77957-0000. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; R729650. Sub #34: Recipient Name; Streetman, City Of. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; 204 E. Main. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; Streetman, TX 75859-0000. Sub #35: Sub Award Number; R729420A. Sub #35: Recipient Name; Moody, City Of. Sub #35: Sub Award Amount; $51,750.00. Sub #35: POP Street Address; 606 Avenue E. Sub #35: POP - city, state, and postal code; Moody, TX 76557-0000. Sub #36: Sub Award Number; R729130. Sub #36: Recipient Name; Eagle Lake, City Of. Sub #36: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #36: POP Street Address; 100 East Main. Sub #36: POP - city, state, and postal code; Eagle Lake, TX 77434-0038. Sub #37: Sub Award Number; R729600A. Sub #37: Recipient Name; Shelby, County Of. Sub #37: Sub Award Amount; $228,295.00. Sub #37: POP Street Address; 200 San Augustine Street, Box 6. Sub #37: POP - city, state, and postal code; Center, TX 75935-0000. Sub #38: Sub Award Number; R729680A. Sub #38: Recipient Name; Vernon, City Of. Sub #38: Sub Award Amount; $211,572.00. Sub #38: POP Street Address; 1725 Wilbarger St. Sub #38: POP - city, state, and postal code; Vernon, TX 76384-0000. Sub #39: Sub Award Number; R729470. Sub #39: Recipient Name; PALMER, CITY OF. Sub #39: Sub Award Amount; $349,000.00. Sub #39: POP Street Address; 113 W. Jefferson St. Sub #39: POP - city, state, and postal code; Palmer, TX 75152-0000. Sub #40: Sub Award Number; R729450A. Sub #40: Recipient Name; O'Donnell, City Of. Sub #40: Sub Award Amount; $133,230.00. Sub #40: POP Street Address; 615 8th St. Sub #40: POP - city, state, and postal code; O'Donnell, TX 79351-0000. Sub #41: Sub Award Number; R729240. Sub #41: Recipient Name; Hays, County Of. Sub #41: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #41: POP Street Address; 111 E. San Antonio St., Suite 300. Sub #41: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Marcos, TX 78666-0000. Sub #42: Sub Award Number; R729190. Sub #42: Recipient Name; Hackberry, City Of. Sub #42: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #42: POP Street Address; 119 Maxwell Road. Sub #42: POP - city, state, and postal code; Frisco, TX 75034-0000. Sub #43: Sub Award Number; R729460. Sub #43: Recipient Name; Olney, City Of. Sub #43: Sub Award Amount; $212,400.00. Sub #43: POP Street Address; 201 E. Main. Sub #43: POP - city, state, and postal code; Olney, TX 76374-0000. Sub #44: Sub Award Number; R729230. Sub #44: Recipient Name; Hawley, City Of. Sub #44: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #44: POP Street Address; 783 Avenue E. Sub #44: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hawley, TX 79525-0649. Sub #45: Sub Award Number; R729640. Sub #45: Recipient Name; Strawn, City Of. Sub #45: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #45: POP Street Address; 118 E. Housley St. Sub #45: POP - city, state, and postal code; Strawn, TX 76475-0000. Sub #46: Sub Award Number; R729050A. Sub #46: Recipient Name; City of Big Lake. Sub #46: Sub Award Amount; $113,324.00. Sub #46: POP Street Address; 203 N. Plaza Ave. Sub #46: POP - city, state, and postal code; Big Lake, TX 76932-0000. Sub #47: Sub Award Number; R729260. Sub #47: Recipient Name; Holland, City Of. Sub #47: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #47: POP Street Address; 102 W. Travis. Sub #47: POP - city, state, and postal code; Holland, TX 76534-0000. Sub #48: Sub Award Number; R729700A. Sub #48: Recipient Name; Webb, County Of. Sub #48: Sub Award Amount; $407,850.00. Sub #48: POP Street Address; 1200 Washington Street. Sub #48: POP - city, state, and postal code; Laredo, TX 78040-0000. Sub #49: Sub Award Number; R729410. Sub #49: Recipient Name; Mexia, City Of. Sub #49: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #49: POP Street Address; 101 S. McKinney. Sub #49: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mexia, TX 76667-0000. Sub #50: Sub Award Number; R729320. Sub #50: Recipient Name; City Of Josephine. Sub #50: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #50: POP Street Address; 108 Hubbard Street. Sub #50: POP - city, state, and postal code; Josephine, TX 75164-0000. Sub #51: Sub Award Number; R729150. Sub #51: Recipient Name; Eden, City Of. Sub #51: Sub Award Amount; $200,000.00. Sub #51: POP Street Address; 120 Paint Rock Road. Sub #51: POP - city, state, and postal code; Eden, TX 76837-0000. Sub #52: Sub Award Number; R729580A. Sub #52: Recipient Name; Seminole, City Of. Sub #52: Sub Award Amount; $281,217.00. Sub #52: POP Street Address; 302 S. Main Street. Sub #52: POP - city, state, and postal code; Seminole, TX 79360-0000. Sub #53: Sub Award Number; R729210. Sub #53: Recipient Name; Hallsville, City Of. Sub #53: Sub Award Amount; $248,500.00. Sub #53: POP Street Address; 115 W. Main St. Sub #53: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hallsville, TX 75650-0000. Sub #54: Sub Award Number; R729710. Sub #54: Recipient Name; Wharton, City Of. Sub #54: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #54: POP Street Address; 120 East Caney Street. Sub #54: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wharton, TX 77488-0000. Sub #55: Sub Award Number; R729160A. Sub #55: Recipient Name; City of Farmersville. Sub #55: Sub Award Amount; $288,377.00. Sub #55: POP Street Address; 205 S. Main Street. Sub #55: POP - city, state, and postal code; Farmersville, TX 75442- 0000. Sub #56: Sub Award Number; R729120. Sub #56: Recipient Name; Driscoll, City Of. Sub #56: Sub Award Amount; $300,000.00. Sub #56: POP Street Address; 130 W. Avenue D. Sub #56: POP - city, state, and postal code; Driscoll, TX 78351-0000. Sub #57: Sub Award Number; R729080. Sub #57: Recipient Name; Culberson, County Of. Sub #57: Sub Award Amount; $234,869.00. Sub #57: POP Street Address; 300 La Caverna St. Sub #57: POP - city, state, and postal code; Van Horn, TX 79855-0927. Sub #58: Sub Award Number; R729590. Sub #58: Recipient Name; City of Seven Oaks. Sub #58: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #58: POP Street Address; 12642 Hwy 59 N. Sub #58: POP - city, state, and postal code; Seven Oaks, TX 77350-0000. Sub #59: Sub Award Number; R729000. Sub #59: Recipient Name; Alpine, City Of Inc. Sub #59: Sub Award Amount; $234,859.00. Sub #59: POP Street Address; 100 N. 13th. Sub #59: POP - city, state, and postal code; Alpine, TX 79830-0000. Sub #60: Sub Award Number; R729560. Sub #60: Recipient Name; City of Sadler. Sub #60: Sub Award Amount; $125,000.00. Sub #60: POP Street Address; 105 N. Main St. Sub #60: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sadler, TX 76264-0543. Sub #61: Sub Award Number; R729440. Sub #61: Recipient Name; New Deal, Town Of. Sub #61: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #61: POP Street Address; 404 S. Monroe Ave. Sub #61: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Deal, TX 79350-0000. Sub #62: Sub Award Number; R729270A. Sub #62: Recipient Name; Domino Multipurpose Building. Sub #62: Sub Award Amount; $187,527.00. Sub #62: POP Street Address; 603 East 1st. Sub #62: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hughes Springs, TX 75656- 0000. Sub #63: Sub Award Number; R729550. Sub #63: Recipient Name; City Of Rule. Sub #63: Sub Award Amount; $249,950.00. Sub #63: POP Street Address; 701 Union Avenue. Sub #63: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rule, TX 79547-0000. Sub #64: Sub Award Number; R729310. Sub #64: Recipient Name; City of Johnson Recycling. Sub #64: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #64: POP Street Address; 303 E. Pecan Drive. Sub #64: POP - city, state, and postal code; Johnson City, TX 78636- 0000. Sub #65: Sub Award Number; R729180. Sub #65: Recipient Name; Gregg, County Of. Sub #65: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #65: POP Street Address; 101 E. Methvin #300. Sub #65: POP - city, state, and postal code; Longview, TX 75601-0000. Sub #66: Sub Award Number; R729350A. Sub #66: Recipient Name; Ladonia, City Of. Sub #66: Sub Award Amount; $118,358.00. Sub #66: POP Street Address; 100 E. Plaza. Sub #66: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ladonia, TX 75449-0005. Sub #67: Sub Award Number; R729370. Sub #67: Recipient Name; City of Los Indios. Sub #67: Sub Award Amount; $288,083.00. Sub #67: POP Street Address; 109 E. 6th St. Sub #67: POP - city, state, and postal code; Los Indios, TX 78567-0000. Sub #68: Sub Award Number; R729610. Sub #68: Recipient Name; City of Sour Lake. Sub #68: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #68: POP Street Address; 625 Hwy105 W. Sub #68: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sour Lake, TX 77659-0000. Sub #69: Sub Award Number; R729010A. Sub #69: Recipient Name; Anthony, Town Of. Sub #69: Sub Award Amount; $75,300.00. Sub #69: POP Street Address; 401 Wildcat Dr. Sub #69: POP - city, state, and postal code; Anthony, TX 79821-0000. Sub #70: Sub Award Number; R729330. Sub #70: Recipient Name; Kaufman, City Of. Sub #70: Sub Award Amount; $283,000.00. Sub #70: POP Street Address; 209 S. Washington. Sub #70: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kaufman, TX 75142-0000. Sub #71: Sub Award Number; R729360. Sub #71: Recipient Name; Lampasas, City Of. Sub #71: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #71: POP Street Address; 312 E. Third Street. Sub #71: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lampasas, TX 76550-0000. Sub #72: Sub Award Number; R729490A. Sub #72: Recipient Name; City Of Poth. Sub #72: Sub Award Amount; $223,804.00. Sub #72: POP Street Address; 200 N. Carroll Street. Sub #72: POP - city, state, and postal code; Poth, TX 78147-0000. Sub #73: Sub Award Number; R729200A. Sub #73: Recipient Name; Hall, County Of. Sub #73: Sub Award Amount; $175,023.00. Sub #73: POP Street Address; 512 West Main Street, Suite 4. Sub #73: POP - city, state, and postal code; Memphis, TX 79245-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 83 activities: see table 23 for details. Award also covered administrative costs. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Oakland, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R). Grant Award Summary; Implementation of a weatherization loan fund to low to moderate income homeowners. Quarterly Project Description; To date we have received 20 applications, all of which have been assigned to rehab advisors and are in various stages of the process. Three applications have been approved and one is substantially completed. We have negotiated and developed the contracts with Community Based Organizations for the outreach and education services they will provide. Project Activities Description; Weatherization. Description of Jobs Created; Four jobs were created during the second quarter of this project. Project Location: Street Address; 250 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Suite 5313. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Oakland, CA 94612- 2093. Total Award Amount; $2,259,921.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0013. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities and administrative costs: The first activity, a low-income residential weatherization loan program, is located in City- wide home Oakland, CA. The funding amount is $1,900,000. The second activity, weatherization outreach/education, is located in Oakland, CA. The funding amount is $338,988. The status is not readily available. Sources for Supplemental Information; HUD Web site and recipient Web site. Recipient Name; Minnetonka, City Of. Project Title; Housing Rehabilitation. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; 2 housing rehabilitation projects have been selected and work contracts developed. Project Activities Description; Residential Remodelers. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Minnetonka, MN 55345-1502. Total Award Amount; $50,700.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09MY270011. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity is housing rehabilitation, including roof, gutters, and furnace located at 9801 Sandra Lane, Minnetonka, MN, 55305. The funding amount is $3,417. The second activity is housing rehabilitation, including roof and other exterior work located at 13428 Orchard Road, Minnetonka, MN 55345. The funding amount is $6,560. The status reported for each activity is open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Steubenville, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R Street Improvements. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R: Street Improvements-Rehabilitation of streets and related infrastructure improvements in low and moderate income neighborhoods. Quarterly Project Description; All work is complere and all funds drawn. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Laborers, asphalt workers and related fields. Project Location: Street Address; Steubenville Community Development Office, 308 Market Street, Room 205. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Steubenville, OH 43952-2197. Total Award Amount; $199,714.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-39-0020. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity, rehabilitation of streets and related infrastructure in low-and moderate-income neighborhoods located in Steubenville, Ohio, 43952. The funding amount is $199,714. The status of this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Williamsport, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R Street Reconstruction. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery. Quarterly Project Description; The activities for this quarter for the CDBG-R Street Reconstruction project involved project management and construction. The project is for street reconstruction for four streets in low income neighborhoods. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; The jobs that were funded with ARRA funds for this quarter were for work associated with contract management and construction. Project Location: Street Address; 245 West Fourth St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Williamsport, PA 17701-6113. Total Award Amount; $339,198.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-42-0017. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded four activities in addition to administrative costs: (1) Milling of the existing bituminous surface course and placement of new bituminous surface course, storm sewer inlets, curbing, reconstruction of shoulders, and some new sidewalk located at Grier St. from Memorial Ave. to West Fourth St, Williamsport, PA, 17701. The funding amount is $81,852. (2) Milling of the existing bituminous surface course and placement of new bituminous surface course, storm sewer inlets, some new sidewalks, curb ramps, and street located at Memorial Ave. from Grier St. to Seventh Ave, Williamsport, PA 17701. The funding amount is $43,507. (3) Milling of the existing bituminous surface course and placement of new bituminous surface course, storm sewer inlets, curbing, reconstruction of shoulders, some new sidewalks located at Lloyd St. from Memorial Ave. to Terrace Place Williamsport, PA, 17701. The funding amount is $114,257. (4) Milling of the existing bituminous surface course and placement of new bituminous surface course, storm sewer inlets, curbing, reconstruction of shoulders, and some new sidewalks, located at Charles St. from Wyoming St. to Iona Place, Williamsport, PA, 17701. The funding amount is $65,663. The status of each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Florence, City Of (Inc). Project Title; Infrastructure Improvements and Upgrades. Grant Award Summary; This HUD CDBG award is for infrastructure improvements within the CDBG target area of the City of Florence, SC. Quarterly Project Description; A bid submitted to the City of Florence has been accepted as of March 22, 2010 for infrastructure work at Northpointe Subdivision and on Gaillard Street. An environmental review is scheduled in the second quarter for these two projects and for the pending bid offering of the third infrastructure project, the deployment of fire hydrants. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs to be created: Construction and manufacturing. Project Location: Street Address; 180 N Irby St, Room 602. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Florence, SC 29501-3456. Total Award Amount; $90,647.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-45-0007. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity, infrastructure improvements at identified subdivisions located in a CDBG target area, Florence, S.C., 29501. The funding amount is $40,000. The second activity, infrastructure improvements at identified subdivisions located in a CDBG target area, Florence, S.C., 29501. The funding amount is $20,647. The status of each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Rapid City, City Of. Project Title; CDBG Recovery Funds. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant Recovery funds for program administration, energy efficiency savings projects, handicap accessibility rehab, and economic development job creation. Quarterly Project Description; Bethel Assembly of God - Funding allowed for hiring of 2 new employees for a day care center and was used to pay the salaries for one full time and one part-time child care provider. Behavior Management Systems (BMS) No draws were made in this quarter. The project at 304-306 Anamosa was completed in December 2009; The project for the 1st Street Apartments had completed the bid process and is awaiting Board approval for the contract at the April 2010 Board meeting. Work will start immediately after. The project at 350 Elk Street is 85% complete. Draws will be submitted the end of April 2010. Rural America Initiatives-Head Start - Project is a roof replacement that has not been able to start due to continuing rain and snow weather. Project will begin as soon as weather allows. Draws for program administration will begin in April 2010. Project Activities Description; None of the Above. Description of Jobs Created; 1 full time Day Care provider and 1 part time Day Care provider. Project Location: Street Address; 333 Sixth Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57701-2724. Total Award Amount; $132,734.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-46-0002. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 0017. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Behavior Management Systems. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $25,161.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 350 Elk Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57701-7388. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 0018. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Bethel Assembly Of God Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $70,100.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1202 N. Maple Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57701-1058. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 0019. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Rural America Initiatives. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $24,200.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 919 Main Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57701-2662. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 0016. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Rapid City, City Of. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $13,273.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 333 Sixth St. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rapid City, SD 57701-2724. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded seven activities and administrative activities: see table 19 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Madison, City Of. Project Title; Community Development. Grant Award Summary; Community development activities to create new FTE jobs, assist green businesses or create job opportunities for homeless persons. Quarterly Project Description; OFS Grad crew: 22 affordable Housing units rehabilitated YWCA: 10 adults enrolled in employment training progam DCHA foreclosure prevention counseling program: 34 low or moderate income households provided with foreclosure prevention counseling. Common Wealth:Solar firm able to retain employee. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; 1 FTE crew chief and 5 FTE construction workers .75 FTE foreclosure prevention counselor 1 FTE Solar technician retained. Project Location: Street Address; City of Madison - CDBG Office, Room 280 215 Martin Luther King Blvd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53701- 2985. Total Award Amount; $534,096.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-55-0005. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; sc01-54922-26000-00. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Commonwealth Development, Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $33,350.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1501 Williamson St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53703-3728. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; sc01-54920-260000-0. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Dane County Housing Authority. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $33,648.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 2001 W. Broadway. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53713-3707. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; sc01-54920-260000-0. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Operation Fresh Start, Inc. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $269,184.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 2425 Winnebago St. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madsion, WI 53704-5314. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; sc01-54920-260000-0. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Young Women's Christian Association Of Madison, Wi, Inc. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $38,455.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 101 E. Mifflin St. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53703-2824. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded five activities in addition to administrative costs: (1) Funding to a small solar technology business to retain a full-time equivalent position located at 1501 Williamson St., Madison, WI, 53703. The funding amount is $33,350. (2) Funding for working capital or equipment purchase to develop an urban farm business and creation of new full- time equivalent positions for low-and moderate-income residents located at 1865 Northport Dr., Madison, WI, 53704. The funding amount is $106,050. (3) Employment counseling and assistance to single adults and adults with children to help them earn sufficient income to maintain stable housing located at 101 E. Mifflin St., Madison, WI, 53703. The funding amount is $38,455. (4) Rehabilitation and preservation of existing affordable housing units in which the city has a financial investment located at 1925 Winnebago St., Madison, WI, 53704. The funding amount is $269,184. (5) Foreclosure prevention counseling for low-and moderate-income individuals located at 2001 W. Broadway # 1, Monona, WI, 53713. The funding amount is $33,648. The status of each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Antioch, City Of. Project Title; City of Antioch Community Infrastructure Projects. Grant Award Summary; Funding for local community based infrastructure projects. Quarterly Project Description; Contra Costa Child Care Council: The City has not received an invoice from the subrecipient yet. Antioch Historical Society: The City Council approved the change from the sewer replacement project to the installation of a climate control system on the east end of the building. A letter was sent to SHPO regarding a Section 106 review of the project. Brighter Beginnings: The contract has been signed and the City is waitingon a business license and potential planning review. Bedford Center: The HVAC replacment has been invoiced and the City is waiting on supporting documentation. Opportunity Junction: CLOSED. CCC Health Services Homeless Program (Synergy House) - waiting on the contract to come back from County Counsel. City of Antioch Downtown Roadway Rehab & Ramps Phase III: The project went out to bid. Project Activities Description; Capacity Building. Description of Jobs Created; The Bedford Center project was funded with 50% ARRA monies, which created .04 HVAC installtion jobs, for two different technicians. Project Location: Street Address; 200 H Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509- 1285. Total Award Amount; $195,471.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0045. Number of Sub-Awards; 7. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 3-R. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Contra Costa Cnty Dept Hlth Svc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $20,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 597 Center Avenue. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94553-4675. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 6-R. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Antioch Historical Society. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $20,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1500 West 4th Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-1046. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2-R. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Rehabilitation Services of Northern California. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $15,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 1811 C Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-2546. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 1-R. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Opportunities Junction. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $10,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 3201 Delta Fair Blvd. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-4067. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 4-R. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Contra Costa Child Care Council. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,696.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 3104 Delta Fair Blvd. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-4001. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 5-R. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Antioch, City Of. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $121,775.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 200 H Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-1285. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 7-R. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Brighter Beginnings. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $7,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 512 West 5th Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Antioch, CA 94509-1236. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded six activities: see table 11 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; City Of East Chicago Department Of Redevelopment. Project Title; Affordable Housing Project. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R is a key component in site and local efforts to stabilize neighborhoods and create/retain jobs. Quarterly Project Description; Acquisition and Rehabilitation of foreclosed and abandoned homes in the North Harbor Neighborhood of the City for sale to low/moderate income households. One foreclosed/ abandoned single family home has been identified for restoration and sale. The contractor has been chosen and work will begin immediately. Project Activities Description; Administration of Public Health Programs. Description of Jobs Created; 1 job will be created. Project Location: Street Address; 4920 Larkspur St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; East Chicago, IN 46312-3736. Total Award Amount; $365,575.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-18-0004. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity, acquisition and rehabilitation of foreclosed and abandoned properties for resale to low-and moderate-income persons. A census tract No. 303, East Chicago, IN 46312 is identified as the project location. The funding amount is $329,018. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; City Of Rome. Project Title; Community Development Recovery Projects. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funding under ARRA for infrastructure improvements, housing rehabilitation, and youth construction job training. Quarterly Project Description; Street reconstruction, utility upgrades, pedestrian infrastructure, and stormwater management infrastructure construction; Youth Construction Training Program; and Housing Rehabilitation (emergency repairs, energy efficiency/ weatherization, and historic preservation). Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Breakdown for 2010 Q1: 4.00 construction trainee (Carpentry, Masonry, electical, labor, and green construction) jobs created under the Youth Construction Training Program - LEED project with Marine Corps League of Rome. 0.14 General Construction (historic preservation) jobs retained on the housing rehabilitation project at 415 N. Madison. Project Location: Street Address; 198 N Washington Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Rome, NY 13440- 0000. Total Award Amount; $320,314.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-36-0106. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded seven activities: see table 20 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; City Of Evansville. Project Title; Tri State Food Bank Freezer Replacement, green housing initiatives & infrastructure improvements. Grant Award Summary; The Tri-State Food Bank distributes more than 1.4 million pounds of food to area food pantries, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, etc. Due to the recent decline in our economy, the Food Bank needs to increase their capacity to accept donations and retain food. Funds will be used to purchase an energy efficient freezer unit and a new vehicle. By assisting the food bank to increase and maintain capacity, they can provide food and nutrition, which in turn provides opportunities for the needy people in our community to improve growth and social skills, better opportunity to obtain jobs or job advancements and helps schoolchildren be better prepared for class and a likelihood of reduced drop out rates. This also allows families who have been significantly impacted by the recession to help stretch their budget so they can afford housing, utilities, and other necessities of life. Funds will also be used to replace dilapidated curbs and sidewalks, repair the streets and alleys utilizing pervious pavement in some areas, upgrade/replace lighting, and provide other infrastructure needs in the designated redevelopment area. Quarterly Project Description; Tri-State Food Bank has awarded a contract and have received partial payment for the freezer replacement. The City has entered into an agreement to conduct an energy efficiency lighting study. Nine rain barrels have been purchased for newly developed properties in our Neighborhood Pride/Focus area. Project Activities Description; Direct Service. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created in this past quarter. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Evansville, IN 47713-1014. Total Award Amount; $795,964.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-18-0002. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 065-890TS. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Tri-State Food Bank, Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $100,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 801 E. Michigan St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Evansville, IN 47711-5631. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities: (1) Purchase/upgrade of a freezer unit for a food bank serving area pantries and shelters and assistance with purchase of a new delivery vehicle located at 801 E. Michigan Ave., Evansville, Ind., 47711. The funding amount is $100,000. (2) Infrastructure repair and replacement in a redevelopment area, including sidewalks, curbs, and energy efficient lighting located at Neighborhood Pride Area, Evansville, Ind., 47713. The amount is $495,964. (3) Green initiatives such as solar panels, super insulation, and alternative energy in reconstruction and new construction in a designated redevelopment area located at multiple addresses in Evansville, Ind., 47713. The funding amount is $200,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Wichita, City Of (Inc). Project Title; Sidewalk Repair and Facade Improvement. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; Sidewalk Repair. Contractors have been selected for all 3 phases of work. Phase 1 is 77% completed; phase 2 is 24% completed; and phase 3 is 1% completed. Neighborhood Facade. Applications have been reviewed by staff. Supplemental information has been requested of applicants who have passed the pre-screening. Awards will be made in quarter 2 of 2010. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created to repair sidewalks. Project Location: Street Address; 332 N. Riverview. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Wichita, KS 67203- 4245. Total Award Amount; $764,126.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-20-0004. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities in addition to administrative costs: The first activity, façade improvements for businesses in CDBG-eligible areas to encourage businesses to remain in these areas and to increase local patronage by low-to moderate-income residents is located at 332 N. Riverview, Multiple Business Addresses, Wichita, KS, 67203. The funding amount is $200,000. The second project, sidewalk repairs in CDBG- eligible areas to improve curb appeal and correct safety hazards is located at 332 N. Riverview, Multiple Street Blocks, Wichita, KS, 67203. The funding amount is $487,713. The status reported for each activity is open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [Empty]; [Empty]. Recipient Name; Midwest City, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Quarterly Project Description; Dana Brown Cooper Head Start parking lot expansion 100% complete. Neighborhoods in Action Center - no activity this reporting period. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs created. Project Location: Street Address; 100 N. Midwest Blvd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Midwest City, OK 73110-4327. Total Award Amount; $129,497.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-40-0005. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity, redevelopment of a former fire station to house a neighborhood organization, "Neighborhoods in Action" (a community facility that will support local social service and community programming) located at 1124 N. Douglas Blvd., Midwest City, OK, 73130. The funding amount is $100,000. The second activity, expansion of a Head Start facility located at 9300 N.E. 10th, Midwest City, OK, 73130. The funding amount is $29,497. The status reported for each activity is open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and recipient. Recipient Name; Morristown, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R. Quarterly Project Description; 1. Construct an ADA compliant restrom at Wayne Hansard Park.(Job is under contract and materials have been ordered) 2. Conduct roof repairs to Rose Community Center to improve energy efficiency. (Job is underway & materials purchased.) Project Activities Description; General population - General/ Unspecified. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; 100 W. 1st N. St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Morristown, TN 37816-1499. Total Award Amount; $78,824.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-47-0013. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity, roofing at an identified center located at 2nd N. St., Morristown, TN, 37816. The funding amount is $43,824. The second project, installation of prefabricated restrooms at a park located at Hwy 160, Morristown, TN, 37816. The funding amount is $35,000. The status of each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; County Of Anoka. Project Title; CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; Fridley signal light improvement, Coon Rapids fire station energy improvements. Quarterly Project Description; Fridley signal light project and Coon Rapids fire station energy improvements. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Construction. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fridley, MN 55303- 0007. Total Award Amount; $388,380.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-27-0002. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity is energy improvements and other repairs to a fire station built in 1995 located at 1460 Egret Blvd. N.W., Coon Rapids, MN, 55433. The funding amount is $81,709. The second activity is reconstruction of traffic signals at an intersection used by surrounding low-income neighborhoods for access to an elementary school and commuter rail located at Hwy1 (ERR) and 61st Way Northeast, Fridley, MN, 55432. The funding amount is $306,671. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Middlesex, County Of (Inc). Project Title; CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Quarterly Project Description; East Brunswick Roof replacement completed. Monroe Senior Center-developer did not satisfy contractual obligations. The Township is seeking alternative project. North Brunswick - Pre construction conference held April 5, 2010 with contractor, work to begin first week of May. Piscataway project is 50% complete but experienced delays due to inclement weather during the winter monthes. Housing Coalition - Fair Housing Counseling will be ongoing until all funds expended. Project Activities Description; Home Repair Programs. Description of Jobs Created; Full time fair housing counselor. Project Location: Street Address; 75 Bayard Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; New Brunswick, NJ 08901-2112. Total Award Amount; $523,531.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-34-0103. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded five activities: (1) Construction of an audio and video projection system at a senior center located at Applegarth Road, Monroe, N.J., 08831. The funding amount is $49,058. (2) Road improvements, including repaving and sidewalk and curb installation in identified areas located at Harold Place, Chestnut, Piscataway, N.J., 08854. The funding amount is $372,904. (3) Installation of curb cuts for handicap accessibility in identified areas located at Cleremont Avenue, Linwood Place, North Brunswick, N.J., 08902. The funding amount is $34,990. (4) Fair housing counseling to landlords and tenants located in Middlesex County, NJ. The funding amount is $50,000. (5) Installation of a new roof at identified housing developments located at Van Pelt Court, Ogden Court, East Brunswick, N.J., 08816. The funding amount is $16,579. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Fairfax, County Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant Recovery Program. Grant Award Summary; The overall CDBG program objective is to develop viable urban communities, by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment, and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income. CDBG-R[A1] program funds are to be used to maximize job retention, creation and economic benefit, carry out infrastructure improvements on an expedited basis, carry out activities to encourage energy efficiency, and provide assistance to unemployed persons. Quarterly Project Description; This quarters activities primarily focused on the replacement of exterior siding and some trim and paint at the Little River Glen complex. There are five building at Little River Glen, four apartment buildings and one community center. All five buildings are about 90 percent wood siding with the remaining 10 percent being brick. The project was built in 1990 and much of the wood siding has failed. Where the siding has failed there was also water damage to the framing and sheathing. During this quarter the existing siding was removed on all five buildings. All of the water damaged framing and sheathing was replaced. The buildings were then wrapped with a Tyvek wrap and pre-finished fiber cement siding installed. Each of the apartment buildings also have gable ends that have varying shapes siding (this was not replaced but will be repaired and repainted). During the second quarter the contractor will repair any missing or damaged pieces of the gable end siding and paint all of the gable ends. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Prime (0.6 FTE) - A portion of 2 previously filled positions are now paid for with ARRA funding. These positions perform financial reporting administration and grant program management. Vendor (13.7 FTE) - Eleven previously filled positions are now paid for with all ARRA funding. A portion of 3 previously filled positions are now paid for with ARRA funding. These positions perform carpentry and construction work for the Little River Glen project. Vendor (0.3 FTE) - A portion of 10 previously filled positions are now paid for with ARRA funding. These positions are part of land survey work performed at Mondloch House. Project Location: Street Address; 12000 Government Center Parkway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Fairfax, VA 22035- 0001. Total Award Amount; $1,610,504.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-51-0001. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded four activities in addition to administrative costs: (1) Rehabilitation of housing units at a senior housing development, including replacement of deteriorated siding located at 4001 Barker Court, Fairfax, Va., 22032. The funding amount is $370,000. (2) Design and accessibility modifications at one of two housing developments at which veterans and other persons with disabilities will be given preference located at 3221 West Ox Road, Herndon, Va., 20171. The funding amount is $100,000.00. (3) Design and accessibility modifications at one of two housing developments at which veterans and other persons with disabilities will be given preference located at 3219 West Ox Road, Herndon, Va., 20171. The funding amount is $100,000.00. (4) Architectural and engineering work involved in the rehabilitation and conversion of a former emergency shelter into permanent housing located at 3510 Lockheed Boulevard, Alexandria, Va., 22306. The funding amount is $79,454.00. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Livermore, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R activities include two community development programs (CYES and WEERP) aimed at youth development, promotion of energy conservation, and preservation of safe, efficient and affordable housing for low-income residents. Grant Award Summary; Conduct community development activities that benefit low-income persons througout Livermore. CDBG-R funds will be used to pay for two new 'green' energy and water conservation programs in Livermore. Funds will be used to pay for youth salaries and operating costs for the California Youth Energy Services(CYES) Program in Livermore. This program provides green job and employment skills training to 9 low-income youth in Livermore as they conduct energy audits and install energy and water conservation measures in homes throughout Livermore. CDBG-R funds will also be used to implement an Weatherization and Energy Efficient Rehabilitation Program (WEERP) for low-income homeowners. This program will provide loans and grants for energy efficient upgrades and solar power systems for homeowners to improve the health, safety and maintain affordability of their homes by reducing energy costs. CDBG-R funds for both programs will be leveraged with Energy Efficiency Block Grant funds from DOE for this program. Quarterly Project Description; Purpose: To create suitable living environments, create economic opportunities, and to provide decent, affordable housing. Staff is currently marketing and developing a list of eligible homeowners to apply for the Weatherization and Energy Efficiency Program. Implementation of the work and rehabilitation activities are anticipated to begin in May 2010. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created this quarter. Jobs will be created beginning May 2010. Project Location: Street Address; 1052 S. Livermore Avenue, Locations City-wide. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Livermore, CA 94550-4813. Total Award Amount; $123,529.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0041. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 0. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Rising Sun Energy Center. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $18,500.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Various addresses. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Livermore, CA 94550-4813. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity providing green industry employment opportunities for low-income youth, such as conducting energy and water efficiency audits for city households located citywide in Livermore, CA, 94550. The funding amount is $18,500. The second activity, a green housing rehabilitation program, provides homeowners with loans and grants to make energy and water efficiency improvements to increase the health, safety, and long-term affordability of their homes located citywide in Livermore, CA, 94550. The funding amount is $105,029. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Brunswick, City Of. Project Title; Howard Coffin Park Soil Removal. Grant Award Summary; Removal and Replacement of contaminate soil from Howard Coffin Park. Quarterly Project Description; Removal and Replacement of contaminated soil. Project Activities Description; Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Heavy Trucking, still working on a final count on 'Number of Jobs' no jobs saved. Project Location: Street Address; 601 Gloucester Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Brunswick, GA 31521-0550. Total Award Amount; $118,121.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-13--0010. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity, removal and remediation of contaminated soil in the city's primary recreation area located at 601 Gloucester Street, Brunswick, Ga., 31521. The funding amount is $118,121. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Livonia, City Of. Project Title; Housing Rehabilitation & Administration. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; Housing Rehabilitation & Administration for scattered site city-owned rental homes (focus on energy-efficiency updates); minor repair for client homes. (focus on insulation,energy efficiency repairs). Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; This quarter contracts have been signed with vendors to remove and install efficient heating/air units in 3 city-owned homes. Contracts were signed for installing efficient windows in 2 city-owned homes. Five new minor home repair clients have received home insulation. Three other clients received energy- efficient windows, chimney liner and weatherstripping doors. Staff persons administering these activities are billing hours to the grant. Project Location: Street Address; 10800 Farmington Rd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Livonia, MI 48150- 2751. Total Award Amount; $103,762.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-26-0008. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded five activities: (1) Routine repairs to 15 scattered site homes located citywide in Livonia, Mich., 48154. The funding amount is $0. (2) Management activities for scattered site, city-owned homes, particularly those that are temporarily vacant, or vacant lots located at 33780 Lyndon, Livonia, Mich., 48154. The funding amount is $0. (3) Major rehabilitation of city-owned rental housing, including energy efficiency improvements located citywide in Livonia, Mich., 48154. The funding amount is $62,386. (4) Minor repairs to correct substandard conditions, remove safety hazards, or enhance energy efficiency of client-owned homes (homes owned and occupied by City of Livonia residents who are applying for housing rehabilitation assistance.) The activity is located citywide in Livonia, Mich., 48154. The funding amount is $31,000. (5) Major rehabilitation of client-owned homes, including code enforcement and energy efficiency improvements located citywide in Livonia, Mich., 48154. The funding amount is $20,362.The status for activities (1) and (2) is reported as completed and projects (3), (4), and (5) are reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and recipient. Recipient Name; San Angelo, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant Recovery Funds. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds will be used to purchase and rehabilitate property in order to relocate & expand health services to low/moderate income persons which will help create jobs and promote economic recovery. This activity will assist those most impacted by the recession by providing low cost health services. Quarterly Project Description; CDBG-R funds will be used to purchase and rehabilitate property in order to relocate & expand health services to low/moderate income persons which will help create jobs and promote economic recovery. This activity will assist those most impacted by the recession by providing low cost health services. 3. Construction is scheduled to begin April 1, 2010 with all funds to be expended by Dec 31, 2010. So far, we have expended a total of $52,841 for design. We draw down once each quarter and will make a second drawdown by March 31, 2010. 4. We created 1.5 temporary jobs during the quarter ending December 31, 2009. We estimate an additional 97 temporary jobs will be created for a total of 98.5 temporary jobs created when the project ends. Project Activities Description; None of the Above. Description of Jobs Created; So far the 1.9 jobs retained is the architect who is designeing the Family Support Center and his part- time assistant. Project Location: Street Address; 622 South Oakes, Suite G. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; San Angelo, TX 76903-7035. Total Award Amount; $239,616.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-48-0025. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity: Rehabilitation of the city's Family Support Services Department located at 2 City Hall Plaza, San Angelo, Tex., 76903. The funding amount is $239,616. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; County Of Washington. Project Title; Washington County HRA Affordable Housing Rehabilitation. Grant Award Summary; Washington County awarded CDBG-R funds to the Washington County Housing and Redevelopment Authority to complete rehabilitation to three affordable multifamily housing developments. Rehabilitation activities include replacement of an elevator, exterior repairs, and energy efficiency upgrades. Quarterly Project Description; Purpose of the CDBG-R program funds is to provide a suitable living environment and provide decent and affordable housing for low to moderate income households. CDBG-R funding will go to assist a total of 87 households at or below 80% of area median income. Project Activities Description; New Multifamily Housing Construction (except Operative Builders). Description of Jobs Created; Construction and professional service positions were retained with the provision of CDBG-R funds for the rehabilitation of 3 different affordable housing developments. Project Location: Street Address; 14949 62nd Street North. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Stillwater, MN 55082-0030. Total Award Amount; $218,213.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-27-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; CDBG-R-001. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Washington County Housing & Redevelopment Authority. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $196,392.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 321 Broadway Avenue. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Paul Park, MN 55071- 1841. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities: (1) Completion of capital repairs related to energy efficiency located at 4894 Grenwich Trail North, 2879 Hillvale Court, and 2881 Hillvale Court Oakdale, Stillwater, Minn., 55025. The funding amount is $65,538. (2) Replacement of an elevator at a senior apartment complex located at 2400 Orleans Street West, Stillwater, Minn., 55082. The funding amount is $110,000. (3) Completion of exterior repairs to a pond located at 1635 Greely Street, Stillwater, Minn., 55082. The funding amount is $20,854. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Mount Prospect, Village Of. Project Title; Single Family Rehab Loan Program. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-Recovery Act funds Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; The SFR Loan Program provides 0% interest loans up to $25,000 to low and moderate income households for repairs and energy efficient improvements to their homes. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Construction related. Project Location: Street Address; 50 S. Emerson Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Village of Mount Prospect, IL 60056-3218. Total Award Amount; $98,234.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-17-0027. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity and administrative costs for a single-family rehabilitation loan program providing no-interest loans up to $25,000 to low-and moderate-income households for repairs and energy efficient improvements located at 319 N. Fairview Ave., 716 N. Fairview Ave., Mount Prospect, IL, 60056. The funding amount is $88,411. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Municipality Of Guaynabo. Project Title; Construction of Retaining Walls. Grant Award Summary; The Community Development Block Grant Recovery Program (CDBG-R) will enable the grantee to undertake eligible activities intended to create suitable living environments, provide decent affordable housing and create economic opportunities, primarily for persons of low and moderate income. The Municipality of Guaynabo will construct retaining walls as part of the City Roads Networks. The retaining walls have the objective of stabilizing hillsides near the roads and for the control of the erosion of land. The proposed retaining walls will improve the safety of the low and moderate income neighborhoods roads, reducing deaths and injuries resulting from landslides in the community's roads network. The project consists of the construction of walls at five different sites located in the rural areas of the Municipality of Guaynabo. Quarterly Project Description; All of the projects went to bid by the time the quarter ended. Activities regarding the contracting process began, and by next quarter contracting with the bid winners is expected to begin. No jobs were created during this quarter and no funds were invoiced or disbursed. Project Activities Description; Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs have been created to this date. Project Location: Street Address; Box 7885. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Guaynabo, PR 00970-7885. Total Award Amount; $514,343.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-72-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded five activities: (1) Construction of a 12 meter by 2 meter high retaining wall located at Juanillo Fuentes, Santa Rosa, P.O. Box 7885, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 00969. The funding amount is $18,412. (2) Construction of a retaining wall to protect an area of continuous landslides located at State Road # 638, Km. 1.5, Camarones Ward, P.O. Box 7885, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 00969. The funding amount is $175,035. (3) Construction of a retaining wall to protect an area of continuous landslide located at Villa Isleña, Guaraguao, P.O. Box 7885, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 00969. The funding amount is $99,498. (4) Construction of a retaining wall to protect an area of landslides located at Machuca Sector, Camarones Ward, P.O. Box 7885, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 00969. The funding amount is $66,260. (5)Construction of a retaining wall to protect a road from continuous landslides, located at La Pajilla Sector, Hato Nuevo Ward, P.O. Box 7885, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 00969. The funding amount is $103,715. The recipient also covered administrative costs. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Municipio San Sebastian. Project Title; Conversion of Multiuse Facility into Electronic Library. Grant Award Summary; Conversion of Multiuse Facility into Electronic Library. This project will provide an adequate facility for low/mod citizens to access educational and tecnological resources. Quarterly Project Description; At the moment this project is at 16% completion and they have work on the removal of walls, electric improvements and instalment of new electric equipment to the structure during this period. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; This project helped retain 9 direct jobs consisting of Carpinters, labors, Electrical labors, electricians and helpers. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; San Sebastian, PR 00685-0000. Total Award Amount; $371,432.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-72-0026. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity, conversion of a multiuse facility into an electronic library located at MJ Cabrero Street, San Sebastian, Puerto Rico, 00685. The funding amount is $371,432. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; ST Clair Shores, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R Program. Grant Award Summary; Additional CDBG funds to repair streets, service the Senior Activity Center and bill administrative activities. Quarterly Project Description; Continued billing for construction of Florence and Gordon Streets. Completed additional reimbursement to Senior Activity Center. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; One job has been retained. Project Location: Street Address; 27600 Jefferson Circle Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; St. Clair Shores, MI 48081-2075. Total Award Amount; $250,265.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-26-0013. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities as well as administrative costs. The first is a streets and infrastructure work located at 27600 Jefferson Circle Dr., St. Clair Shores, MI 48081.The funding amount for this project is $195,265. The second activity is reimbursement for wages/fringes/ utilities at a senior activity center located at 20000 Stephens, St. Clair Shores, MI., 48081. The funding amount for this activity is $35,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] CDBG-R Grants That Did Not Meet Transparency Criteria: The following grant description contained little or no information that allowed readers to understand the general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes. The grant description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recipient Name; Dekalb, City Of. Project Title; Private Property Rehabilitation and Acquisition. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant CDBG-R. Quarterly Project Description; Completed housing rehabitation on 5 owner occupied properties during the reporting period. Project Activities Description; Home Improvement & Repairs. Description of Jobs Created; Approximately .25 construction jobs were retained as a result of the funding. Project Location: Street Address; 200 South Fourth Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; DeKalb, IL 60115- 3733. Total Award Amount; $111,573.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-17-0034. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first activity includes private property rehabilitation through a program assisting very low-and low-income property owners with repairs, and assisting low-and moderate-income persons with disabilities with accessibility modifications. The location for this activity is noted as City-wide, DeKalb, IL, 60115. The funding amount is $100,000. The second activity includes acquisition of blighted property damaged by storms and relocation assistance to residents. The location of this activity has not been determined, DeKalb, IL, 60115. The funding amount is $10,573. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Penn Hills, Municipality Of. Project Title; Townwide Demolition. Grant Award Summary; Funds from this award will be used to enhance the Municipality of Penn Hills existing CDBG Program. We will be funding the following activities: YMCA Scholarship Program LPCC Food Pantry Jefferson Manor Food Pantry WPHCA Neighborhood Beautification Penn Hills Service Association Shining Arrow Improvements Townwide Demolition Street Improvements General Program Administration During the 4th Quarter we expended $148,539.72 for on each of the above activities. Quarterly Project Description; Demolition of unsafe structures throughout Penn Hills. Project Activities Description; People/Families with of People with Disabilities. Description of Jobs Created; Contracts were awarded, but no funds were expended, so no kobs were created. Project Location: Street Address; Townwide. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Penn Hills, PA 15235-0000. Total Award Amount; $200,233.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-42-0104. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded eight activities as well as administrative costs: see table 18 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Mesquite, City Of. Project Title; City of Mesquite CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; CDBG-R subrecipient Mission East Dallas has fully expended its $12,134 grant. CDBG-R subrecipient Mesquite Social Services has expended $11,964.17 of its $12,134 grant. CDBG-R subrecipient Sharing Life Community Outreach has expended $4,613.92 of its $12,134 grant. $245.48 have been expended on administrative costs. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; None. Project Location: Street Address; 1616 N. Galloway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Mesquite, TX 75149-2359. Total Award Amount; $242,690.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-48-0014. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded four activities as well as administrative costs: (1) Social service assistance, including food, housing costs, and utilities located at 1035 Military Parkway, Mesquite, TX, 75149. The funding amount is $12,134. (2) Basic health care, including health and wellness education, dentistry, prescription medication, and preventive care located at 2914 Oates Dr., Dallas, TX, 75228. The funding amount is $12,134. (3) Infrastructure improvements such as sidewalk, curbs, and gutters in a neighborhood identified as a CDBG target area located at Truman Heights, Mesquite, TX, 75149. The funding amount is $182,019. (4) Assistance, including food, clothing, and housing costs to low income families in crisis located at 2414 U.S. Hwy. 80 E., Suite 402, Mesquite, TX, 75149. The funding amount is $12,134. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; City Of Ontario. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant - Recovery Act programs and projects. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R funds are for hard development costs associated with infrastructure activities that provide basic services to residents or activities that promote energy efficiency and conservation through rehabilitation or retrofitting of existing buildings. Quarterly Project Description; This report covers the period of January 1, 2010 and March 31, 2010. During this period, the City of Ontario prepared bid documents and solicited for bids on one project. In addition, supplies were purchased and City crews began work on the water conservation projects funded through CDBG-R. Project Activities Description; Infrastructure. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs were created or retained during this quarter. Project Location: Street Address; 208 W Emporia St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Ontario, CA 91762- 3803. Total Award Amount; $652,633.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0537. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded six activities as well as administrative costs: see table 17 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Ocala, City Of. Project Title; CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant CDBG - R. Quarterly Project Description; Phoenix Place Water and Sewer Installation. Project Activities Description; Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction. Description of Jobs Created; Contractors. Project Location: Street Address; 201 SE 3rd Street, 2nd Floor. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Ocala, FL 34471- 2172. Total Award Amount; $130,577.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-12-0029. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities: (1) A children's advocacy center located at 2131 S.W. 22nd Place, Suite 101, Ocala, FL, 34474. The funding amount is $6,000. (2) Community-based economic development located at P.O. Box 5582, Ocala, FL, 34478. The funding amount is $17,406. (3) County literacy council located at 240 S.W. 8th Street #C, Ocala, FL, 34471. The funding amount is $6,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Stockton, City Of. Project Title; City of Stockton CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; The City of Stockton proposes the following projects: South Stockton Infrastructure, Diamond Cove Townhomes Rehabilitation, and a Commercial Loan Program. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; To date no jobs have been created. Project Location: Street Address; 425 N. El Dorado Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Stockton, CA 95202-1997. Total Award Amount; $1,128,456.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-06-0026. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities and administrative costs: (1) Infrastructure activity in South Stockton, the funding amount is $515,611. (2) Diamond Cove Townhomes rehabilitation, the funding amount is $350,000. (3) Commercial loan program, the funding amount is $150,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. All projects located in Stockton, CA. Sources for Supplemental Information; HUD Web site and recipient. Recipient Name; Lake Charles, City Of. Project Title; Enterprise Blvd Sidewalk Repair. Grant Award Summary; Enterprise Boulevard Sidewalk Repair. Quarterly Project Description; City's engineer, Architect, and CD Director are meeting to establish timeline for the project. Project Activities Description; Administration of Urban Planning and Community and Rural Development. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; 326 Pujo Street, P.O. Box 900. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Lake Charles, LA 70602-0900. Total Award Amount; $230,510.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-22-0004. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity, sidewalk repair located at 300 Enterprise Blvd., Lake Charles, La., 70601. The funding amount is $230,510. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [Empty]; [Empty]. Recipient Name; Camden, County Of. Project Title; Camden County NJ CDBG-R Program. Grant Award Summary; 2008 Substantial Amendment Community Development Block Grant - Recovery Act (CDBG-R) Program Grant Number B-09-UY-34- 0107. Quarterly Project Description; Removal of Barriers, Energy Conservation, Social Services Programs and Administration. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; n/a non at this time. Project Location: Street Address; Suite 211, 512 Lakeland Rd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Blackwood, NJ 08012-2946. Total Award Amount; $690,882.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-UY-34-0107. Number of Sub-Awards; 9. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 90-3564. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Winslow, Township Of. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $275,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Winslow Senior Center. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Atco, NJ 08004-2603. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 88-3555. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Collingswood, Borough Of Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $125,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Collingswood Barriers. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Collingswood, NJ 08108- 1125. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 85-3552. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Borough of Barrington. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $9,412.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Barrington Senior Center. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Barrington, NJ 08007-1144. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 84-3551. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Borough of Audubon. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $10,588.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Audubon Senior Center. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Audubon, NJ 08106-1534. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 86-3553. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Borough of Brooklawn. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $15,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Brooklawn Senior Center. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Brooklawn, NJ 08030-2643. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 87-3554. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Chesilhurst Borough Inc. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $41,500.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Chesilhurst Leanna Park. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chesilhurst, NJ 08089-1328. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 89-3556. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Pine Hill Borough Hall. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $42,460.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Pine Hill Senior Center. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pine Hill, NJ 08021-6315. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 91-3565. Sub #8: Recipient Name; CAMDEN, COUNTY OF. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $73,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Peer Grouping. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Blackwood, NJ 08012-2946. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 92-3566. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Aids Coalition Of Southern New Jersey. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $10,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Aids Coalition Phoenix Employment. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bellmawr, NJ 08031-2488. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded 2 activities as well as administrative costs: see table 12 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Denver, City & County Of. Project Title; None. Grant Award Summary; The Community Development Block Grant program goals include housing and neighborhood preservation and expansion of economic opportunites in local communities. Quarterly Project Description; None. Project Activities Description; None of the Above. Description of Jobs Created; None. Project Location: Street Address; 201 West Colfax Avenue, Department 204. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Denver, CO 80202- 5330. Total Award Amount; $2,462,903.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-08-0005. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded three activities, as well as administrative costs: (1) Direct Business Lending funded several programs that were located citywide in Denver, CO. The funding amount is $1,365,000. The overall status of the program is reported as closed as of mid-August. (2) Redevelopment of struggling neighborhoods ("shovel-ready" projects that will create temporary and permanent jobs) program funded several programs that were located citywide in Denver, CO. The funding amount is $871,038. The overall status of the program is reported as open. (3) Provide technical assistance to businesses and nonprofits for loan and grant applications. The funding amount is $0. CDBG-R funds were diverted from technical assistance program into neighborhood redevelopment. Sources for Supplemental Information; HUD Web site and recipient. Recipient Name; Evanston, City Of. Project Title; Community Development Block Grant ARRA Entitlement Grants (CDBG-R)(Recovery Act Funded). Grant Award Summary; Community development activities. Quarterly Project Description; The Fleetwood-Foter Improvement project is over 90+% complete; anticipate project close out in spring 2010. Planning is underway on the Howard Street Improvement project with construction work planned for summer/fall 2010. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs reported as created/retained in this quarter is a project supervisor and some labor that was not included in the Q4 2009 report in error. In addition, two City staff positions were partially funded with CDBG-R. Project Location: Street Address; 1655 Foster Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Evanston, IL 60201-3409. Total Award Amount; $523,828.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-17-0012. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities as well as administrative costs: The first activity includes improvements to a 19-space parking lot to provide necessary parking for apartment and condominium residents in a low-and moderate-income area located at Howard Street and Chicago Ave., Evanston, IL, 60202. The funding amount is $61,446.00. The second activity includes improvements to the grounds and playground areas of a community center, including fencing and landscaping located at 1655 Foster Street, Evanston, IL, 60201. The funding amount is $410,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Taylor, City Of. Project Title; Street improvements. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant Recovery (CDBG- R)Grant. Quarterly Project Description; Project construction complete. Post construction inspection complete. Davis-Bacon requirements validated. Invoices received and processed. All funds expended. Final Drawdown Complete. Project Activities Description; Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction. Description of Jobs Created; 285 construction hours over the construction period. Positions include operators, laborers, and drivers. Project Location: Street Address; 25605 Northline. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Taylor, MI 48180- 7908. Total Award Amount; $135,447.00. Project Status; Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-26-0015. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity and administrative costs for road resurfacing with mat overlay and repair located at 23555 Goddard Rd., Taylor, MI, 48180. The funding amount is $134,242. The status for this activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Huntington, Town Of. Project Title; Huntington Station revitialization. Grant Award Summary; Public Facilities and Improvements Family self sufficiency. Quarterly Project Description; Bids are out for the construction project and one person has been hired for the self sufficiency program. Project Activities Description; Community Economic Development. Description of Jobs Created; 1 Counseling position. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Main street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Huntington, NY 11743-6904. Total Award Amount; $242,411.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-36-0115. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities as well as administrative costs: The first is a family self-sufficiency program located at 5 Lowndes Ave., Huntington Station, N.Y., 11746. The funding amount is $20,000. The second is acquisition and rehabilitation of a building in the city's urban renewal area, located at 1268 New York Ave., Huntington Station, N.Y., 11746. The funding amount is $198,170. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; San Mateo, County Of. Project Title; CDBG-R. Grant Award Summary; CDBG-R Program Funding. Quarterly Project Description; A total of 8 of the 11 contracts have been executed. The remaining 3 contracts are waiting for Environmental Clearance and/or are in the process of being executed. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; 20 Full-Time jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 264 Harbor Boulevard. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Belmont, CA 94002- 0000. Total Award Amount; $762,976.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-UY-06-0006. Number of Sub-Awards; 11. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 003. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Project Ninety. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $75,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 22,25,27,29 North Grant Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Mateo, CA 94404-4403. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 010. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Tides Center, The. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $15,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1809 Palmetto Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pacifica, CA 94044-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 007. Sub #3: Recipient Name; El Concilio of San Mateo County, Inc. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $15,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 1798 B Bay road. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; East Palo Alto, CA 94030- 1311. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 002. Sub #4: Recipient Name; MP South City, L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $375,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 636 El Camino Real. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; South San Francisco, CA 94080-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 009. Sub #5: Recipient Name; North Peninsula Neighborhood Services Center Inc. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $15,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 600 Linden Ave. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; South San Francisco, CA, CA 94080-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 006. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Renaissance Entrepeneurship Center. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $25,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 1448 Bay road. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; EAst Palo Alto, CA 94303- 1311. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 001. Sub #7: Recipient Name; South San Francisco, City Of. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $75,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 714-718 Linden Ave. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; South San Francisco, CA 94080-2969. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 005. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Puente De La Costa Sur. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $30,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 620 North Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pescadero, CA 94060-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 011. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Women's Recovery Association Of San Mateo County Inc. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $21,678.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 1450 chapin Ave. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Burlingame, CA 94010-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 004. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Rebuilding Together. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $20,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 2726 Illinois Street. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; East Palo Alto, CA 94303- 1045. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 008. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Human Investment Project Inc. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $20,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 364 South Railroad Ave. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Mateo, CA 94401-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded six activities as well as administrative costs: see table 22 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. Recipient Name; Lansing, City Of. Project Title; Community Development. Grant Award Summary; Community Development. Quarterly Project Description; Objective: To create suitable living environments. Results Planned: 50,000 people assisted, 2 public facilities assisted, 1 public improvement. Activity from grant approval to 9-30-09 focused on preliminary planning and administrative work in preparation for project implementation. Project Activities Description; General population - General/ Unspecified. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs are for temporary construction workers and part time, temporary community service workers. Project Location: Street Address; 124 W. Michigan. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Lansing, MI 48933- 1665. Total Award Amount; $587,391.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; B09MY260025. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded four activities as well as administrative costs: (1) Commercial code enforcement located at 316 N. Capitol, Lansing, MI, 48933. The funding amount is $90,000. (2) Installation of a new driveway at a Boys and Girls Club located at 219 N. Grand, Transportation Division Lansing, MI, 48933. The funding amount is $30,000. (3) Energy retrofit comprising a weatherization and component replacement located at 840 W. Genesee, Lansing, MI 48915. The funding amount is $120,543. (4) Installation of LED traffic lights at intersections located at 219 N. Grand Avenue, Lansing, MI, 48933. The funding amount is $320,543. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and HUD Web site. Recipient Name; Bolingbrook, Village Of. Project Title; Briarcliff Storm Sewer Project. Grant Award Summary; Community Development Block Grant-Recovery(CDBG- R). Quarterly Project Description; We have not been able to begin because the original funding was not sufficient to complete the above mentioned project. We are still waiting to include this project in our annual CDBG projects. That should allow us to utilize these funds. Project Activities Description; Community Development, General/Other. Description of Jobs Created; None since the project has not yet been started. We are including in our new budget. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Bolingbrook, IL 60440-0951. Total Award Amount; $85,467.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; B-09-MY-17-0036. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded one activity as well as administrative costs: replace old and damaged storm sewers in Briarcliff Road area including a series of 8 foot wide and 7 foot deep ditches along Route 53 in Bolingbrook, IL that run parallel with the street between two high-density townhouse complexes and a major shopping center. The funding amount is $76,920. The status for this activity is reported as completed. Sources for Supplemental Information; HUD Web site and recipient. Recipient Name; Hopewell, City Of. Project Title; Waverly Street Phase II Infrastructure Project. Grant Award Summary; Route 10 Traffic Safety Installation Waverly Street Phase II Infrastructure Project. Quarterly Project Description; Environmental Review Complete survey work. Project Activities Description; Community & Neighborhood Development. Description of Jobs Created; The following are a description of the jobs that will be created or maintained: Design, Construction type jobs: foreman, laborer, equipment operation,asphalt layer. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Hopewell, VA 23860-2721. Total Award Amount; $57,473.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; B-09-MY-51-0013. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; The recipient funded two activities: The first is for traffic safety--the installation of traffic light extenders at a four-way intersection located at Randolph Road, Hopewell, Va. 23860. The funding amount is $3,473. The second activity completes street improvements in the second phase of an ongoing project located at Waverly Street, Hopewell, Va., 23860. The funding amount is $54,000. The status for each activity is reported as open. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of section] Appendix IV: TCAP: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides gap financing to be used by state housing finance agencies (HFAs) in the form of grants or loans for capital investment in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects through a formula-based allocation to HFAs.[Footnote 1] The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) obligated $2.25 billion in TCAP funds to HFAs. The HFAs were to award the funds competitively according to their qualified allocation plans, which explain selection criteria and application requirements for housing tax credits. Projects that were awarded low-income housing tax credits in fiscal years 2007, 2008, or 2009 were eligible for TCAP funding, but HFAs had to give priority to projects that were "shovel-ready" and expected to be completed by February 2012. Also, TCAP projects had to include some tax credit equity from the sale of LIHTCs. HFAs must commit 75 percent of their TCAP awards by February 2010 and disburse 75 percent by February 2011. Project owners must spend all of their TCAP funds by February 2012. Recovery.gov data show that HFAs reported on 51 grants totaling $2.2 billion.[Footnote 2] The grants range from $4.8 million to $326 million; the median amount awarded was $27 million. The award amount at the 25TH percentile is $11,639,074; the award amount at the 75TH percentile is $44,247,749. Data from HUD show that 52 grants were awarded as of March 31, 2010, totaling $2.25 billion. We further analyzed the 51 grants using data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) database, identifying 765 projects. Of these 765 projects, 406 were solely new construction, 54 were a mix of acquisition and new construction, 221 were a mix of acquisition and rehabilitation, and 84 were solely rehabilitation projects. The five TCAP grantees we visited funded new construction and rehabilitation projects. Rehabilitation included activities such as renovating building exteriors by replacing doors, windows, and siding. Developers replaced residents' kitchen appliances and bathroom fixtures. Some projects were intended to serve specific populations, including senior citizens and persons with special needs, such as the physically or mentally disabled. According to our analysis of data from IDIS and from state HFAs, as of the second quarter of 2010, TCAP projects are estimated to result in the new construction of approximately 29,000 units and the rehabilitation of almost 25,000 units for a total of about 54,000 units developed as a result of this program. TCAP Grants That Met Our Transparency Criteria: The following award descriptions contained sufficient information on general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes to meet our transparency criteria. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Hawaii Housing Finance And Development Corporation. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. TCAP is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. TCAP will assist with financing the construction of two rental housing projects-- Hale Wai Vista I and Ainakea Senior Residences, as well as rehabilitation of the existing Kukui Gardens Makai rental housing project. (1) Hale Wai Vista Phase 1, is an 84-unit new construction rental project for families in Waianae in the City and County of Honolulu. At completion, Hale Wai Vista, Phases 1 and 2, will provide 216 total rental units. (2) Ainakea Senior Residences, is a 30-unit new construction project for seniors in Kapaau, County of Hawaii. (3) Kukui Gardens Makai, is an existing 389-unit project for families in downtown Honolulu. The rehabilitation of the units will help preserve the inventory of affordable family rentals in the City and County of Honolulu. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. During the quarter ending March 31, 2010, HHFDC obligated TCAP funds for the Hale Wai Vista I, Ainakea Senior Residences, and Kukui Gardens Makai rental projects. Specific project activity follows: (1) Hale Wai Vista I. Construction continued on the 84-unit family rental project. (Construction, using other funding sources, commenced in January 2009). (2) Ainakea Senior Residences. Construction continued on the 30-unit senior rental project. (Construction, using other funding sources, commenced in February 2009.) (3) Kukui Gardens Makai. The Part 58 environmental assessment for the rehabilitation of 20 buildings in the project was completed. Also, rehabilitation work continued on the 389- unit family rental project. (Rehabilitation work, using other funding sources, commenced in September 2009.) Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: The types of jobs funded by ARRA-TCAP are primarily residential construction and related jobs in the three rental housing projects. This includes employment for carpenters, cement finishers, drywall installers, electricians, floor layers, glaziers, laborers, landscape and irrigation laborers, masons, operating engineers, painters, plumbers, sheetmetal workers, and tapers. Other jobs include architects, landscape architects, engineers, and inspectors. During the quarter ending March 31, 2010, a total of 191 workers were employed in the three rental housing projects. However, due to the hours worked during the quarter and the proportion of wages or salaries that will be reimbursed with ARRA-TCAP funding, 50 full-time equivalent jobs are attributable to the Recovery Act funds. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 677 Queen Street, Suite 300. Place of performance - city, state, and posta; Recovery.gov information: Honolulu, HI 96813-5176. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $9,861,610.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: More than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES150100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 3. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TCAP-Hale Wai Vista. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Hale Wai Vista I LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,780,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1326 Piikoi Street, Apt. 808. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Honolulu, HI 96814-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TCAP-Kukui Gardens. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Kukui Eah/dgi Associates, L.p. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,781,610.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 841 Bishop Street, Suite 2208. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Honolulu, HI 96813-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TCAP-Ainakea Senior. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Ainakea Senior Residences LLLP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,300,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 100 Pauahi Street, Suite 204. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Hilo, HI 96720-0000. [End of table] TCAP Grants That Partially Met the Transparency Criteria: The following grant descriptions did not contain sufficient details in one or more of the following pieces of information necessary to facilitate a general understanding of the award, based on the criteria: general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, or expected outcomes. In some cases, only a small amount of additional information was needed, while in other cases, many pieces of information were needed to make the description more transparent. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. However, we gathered information from other sources, as indicated, to improve each description. Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: California Tax Credit Allocation Committee. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). This program provides additional funding for capital investment in low-income housing tax credit projects. Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: The U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development provided grant funding to the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee for capital investment in qualified Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: CTCAC is closing loans for capital investment in qualified Low Income Tax Credit projects. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: Since being awarded TCAP funds, the projects have been moving through the loan closing process. As each escrow is closed and the TCAP loan is recorded, expenditures and jobs will begin to be reported. As of 3/31/ 10 the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has disbursed a total of $13,193,449 in TCAP funds to 8 sub-recipients. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 915 Capitol Mall, Room 485. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Sacramento, CA 95814-4801. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $325,877,114.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES060100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 56. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-609. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Kerman Acre, LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,202,168.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 14000 W. California Avenue. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Kerman, CA 93630-9244. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-541. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Watts Labor Community Action Committee. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $835,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 9315 S. Firth Blvd. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90002-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-557. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Oakland Housing Authority, The. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $388,241.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1001 83rd Avenue. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Oakland, CA 94621-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2010-511. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: 220 Golden Gate Associates, L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $41,068,080.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 220 Golden Gate Avenue. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Francisco, CA 94102-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-594. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Peoples Self Help Housing Corp. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,142,136.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 167 South Palm Street. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Ventura, CA 93001-2711. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-532. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mercy Housing California Xlii, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $7,814,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 5321 Stockton Blvd. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Sacramento, CA 95820-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-553. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mercy Housing California XXXIX, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $16,194,554.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 411 South Stanislaus Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Stockton, CA 95202-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-595. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Honolulu Street Partners. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,523,016.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 470 E. Honolulu Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lindsay, CA 93247-2165. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-519. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mc Clelland Santa Maria, L.P. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $10,590,523.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 199 East Inger Drive. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Santa Maria, CA 93454-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-535. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Orland Pacific Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $11,203,431.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: NW corner of 26th & Elm Paigewood Dr., south of Hwy 32. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Orland, CA 95963-0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-565. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Camellia Pl., L.P. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,436,553.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1855 Cheatham Avenue. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bakersfield, CA 93307-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-521. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Maya Town Homes, L.P. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,152,403.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 12005 S. Broadway. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90061-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-554. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: CIC NATOMAS, L.P. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,300,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Southeast corner of Del Paso Rd and Gateway Park. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Sacramento, CA 95835-0000. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-562. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Fourth Street Apartments, L.P. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $8,789,846.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1470 N 4th Street. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Jose, CA 95112-0000. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-178. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: UHC 00415 Big Bear Lake, L.P. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,540,813.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 737-773 Knickerbocker Road. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Big Bear Lake, CA 92315-0000. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-543. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mediterranean, A California Limited Partnership, The. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $517,101.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1800-1812 West Temple Street. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90026-0000. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-507. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: MY TOWN HOMES, L.P. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,493,534.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 12015 South Figueroa Street. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90061-0000. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-520. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: CEDAR GATEWAY, L.P. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $17,325,606.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1620 6th Avenue. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Diego, CA 92101-0000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-545. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Rochdale Grange, L.P. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,236,741.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: NW corner of 26th and Elm. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Woodland, CA 95776-0000. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-546. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Tonner Hills Housing Partners, LP. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $7,741,681.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Corner of 26th and Elm. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Brea, CA 92821-0000. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-515. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Courtyards In Long Beach Housing, The. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,903,613.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1027 & 1045 Redondo Ave. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Long Beach, CA 90804-0000. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-589. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Golden Age Garden Housing Partners, LP. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,967,867.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 740 S. 36th Street. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Diego, CA 92113-0000. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-536. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Dinuba Pacific Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $9,508,290.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: N.E. corner of Euclid Ave. & North Way. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Dinuba, CA 93618-0000. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-510. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: El Centro Senior Villas II, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,672,834.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 579-581 Park Avenue. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: El Centro, CA 92243-0000. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-544. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Menlo Park A California Ltd PA. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,113,191.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 831 W. 70th Street. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90044-0000. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-547. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: St. Joseph's Senior, L.P. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $7,088,603.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2647 International Blvd. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Oakland, CA 94601-0000. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-511. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Lindsay Pacific Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,983,119.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Westwood Avenue & Hwy 65. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lindsay, CA 93247-0000. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-540. Sub #28: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: West Sacramento Pacific Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $420,099.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2103 & 2121 W. Capitol Avenue. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: West Sacramento, CA 95691-0000. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-526. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: New Genesis Apartments, L.P. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $9,668,100.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 452-458 S. Main Street. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90013-0000. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-549. Sub #30: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Valley Vista Senior Housing. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $725,000.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 20503 & 20709 San Ramon Valley Blvd. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Ramon, CA 94583-0000. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-592. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Olive Street Preservation, LP. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,971,296.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 740 South Olive Street. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90014-0000. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-135. Sub #32: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: A Community Of Friends. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,262,815.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1726 N. Gower Street. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90028-0000. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-514. Sub #33: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles Housing Partnership, Inc. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $11,277,333.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 522-628 Alvarado Blvd. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90057-0000. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-551. Sub #34: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Lincoln Golden Village LP. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,096,318.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1650 First Street. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lincoln, CA 95648-0000. Sub #35: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-585. Sub #35: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Windsor Redwoods, L.P. Sub #35: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,693,533.00. Sub #35: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 6065 Old Redwood Highway. Sub #35: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Windsor, CA 95492-0000. Sub #36: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-601. Sub #36: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Winters Almondwood, LP. Sub #36: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,718,512.00. Sub #36: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 801 Dutton Street. Sub #36: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Winters, CA 95694-1737. Sub #37: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-567. Sub #37: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: UHC 00381 Morgan Hill, L.P. Sub #37: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,486,237.00. Sub #37: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 170 Wright Avenue. Sub #37: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Morgan Hill, CA 95037-0000. Sub #38: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-600. Sub #38: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: AHA Development, INC. Sub #38: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,151,090.00. Sub #38: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 3240 Sacramento Street. Sub #38: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Berkeley, CA 94702-2740. Sub #39: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2010-508. Sub #39: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Glenoaks Gardens, L.P. Sub #39: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,137,130.00. Sub #39: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 8925-8933 Glenoaks Boulevard. Sub #39: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 91352-0000. Sub #40: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2010-510. Sub #40: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mercy Housing California XL, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #40: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,754,548.00. Sub #40: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 480 Elis Streetl. Sub #40: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Francisco, CA 94102-0000. Sub #41: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-512. Sub #41: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Anderson Regency II Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #41: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $8,197,893.00. Sub #41: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Shady Lane South of Red Bud Drive. Sub #41: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Anderson, CA 96007-0000. Sub #42: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-593. Sub #42: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Women Organizing Resources, Knowledge And Services. Sub #42: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $7,411,209.00. Sub #42: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 820 S. Burlington Ave. Sub #42: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90057-0000. Sub #43: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-606. Sub #43: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: S.V.D.P. Management, INC. Sub #43: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,637,597.00. Sub #43: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1501 Imperial Avenue. Sub #43: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Diego, CA 92101-7638. Sub #44: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-524. Sub #44: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Highlands Mutual Housing Assoc LLC. Sub #44: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,743,650.00. Sub #44: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 3417 Freedom Park Drive. Sub #44: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: North Highlands, CA 95660-0000. Sub #45: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-580. Sub #45: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Lillie Mae Jones Plaza LP. Sub #45: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,545,988.00. Sub #45: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 214 Macdonald Avenue, 249 2nd Street. Sub #45: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Richmond, CA 94801-0000. Sub #46: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2010-514. Sub #46: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Resources For Community Development. Sub #46: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,164,004.00. Sub #46: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1330 University Avenue. Sub #46: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Berkeley, CA 94702-0000. Sub #47: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-559. Sub #47: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: MPM Apartments. Sub #47: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,529,761.00. Sub #47: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1901 W. 7th Street. Sub #47: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90057-0000. Sub #48: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-571. Sub #48: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: 178 Townsend Properties LLC. Sub #48: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $312,972.00. Sub #48: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 178 Townsend Street. Sub #48: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Francisco, CA 94107-0000. Sub #49: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-570. Sub #49: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Martin Mcnerney Properties, LLC. Sub #49: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $584,917.00. Sub #49: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2235 Third Street. Sub #49: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Francisco, CA 94107-0000. Sub #50: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-612. Sub #50: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: LTSC Community Development Corporation. Sub #50: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,638,120.00. Sub #50: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1020 S. Kingsley Drive. Sub #50: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90006-2476. Sub #51: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-528. Sub #51: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Hanford Pacific Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #51: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,736,338.00. Sub #51: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 613 11th Avenue. Sub #51: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Hanford, CA 93230-0000. Sub #52: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-558. Sub #52: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: LTSC Community Development Corporation. Sub #52: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,323,946.00. Sub #52: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 157 E. 36th Street and 4775 S. Broadway. Sub #52: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90011-0000. Sub #53: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-573. Sub #53: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Swansea Park Senior Apartments, L.P. Sub #53: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $8,759,856.00. Sub #53: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1015 N. Kingsley Drive. Sub #53: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Los Angeles, CA 90029-1243. Sub #54: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-560. Sub #54: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Desert Highlands Associates, A California Limited Partnership. Sub #54: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,812,569.00. Sub #54: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Corner of Rosa Parks Rd. and McCarthy Way. Sub #54: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Palm Springs, CA 92202-0000. Sub #55: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-563. Sub #55: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: 401 FAIRMOUNT, L.P. Sub #55: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,306,485.00. Sub #55: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 401 Fairmount Ave. Sub #55: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Oakland, CA 94611-0000. Sub #56: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: CA-2009-603. Sub #56: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Gridley Oaks Apartments, LP. Sub #56: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,876,854.00. Sub #56: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1500 State Highway 99. Sub #56: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Gridley, CA 95948-3128. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 56 projects, resulting in the development of 3,667 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Connecticut Housing Finance Authority. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Develop Affordable Housing. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: Objective: To provide affordable housing. Results: There are 6 developments which have received commitments for the total $26.17 million in TCAP funds which are pending closing. The total development costs of these developments is approximately $128.18 million which is estimated to create over 862 related jobs, based upon grantee modeling. HUD job reporting criteria regarding job creation will be implemented upon disbursement. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: Construction related jobs to be updated upon disbursement. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 999 West Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Rocky Hill, CT 06067-3011. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $26,170,888.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Not Started. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES090100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded six projects, resulting in the development of 484 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Iowa Finance Authority. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplemental affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: The following includes a list of job types, hours, and FTE that were supported by ARRA this quarter: Other Management Occupations hours - 779 FTE - 1.50 Business Operations Specialists hours - 1000 FTE - 1.92 Financial Specialists hours - 500 FTE - 0.96 Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers hours - 5540 FTE - 10.65 Engineers hours - 204 FTE - 0.39 Drafters, Engineering Technicians, and Mapping Technicians hours - 120 FTE - 0.23 Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and Distributing Workers hours - 64 FTE - 0.12 Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers hours - 1634 FTE - 3.14 Construction Trades Workers hours - 12906 FTE - 24.82 Helpers, Construction Trades hours - 77 FTE - 0.15 Other Construction and Related Workers hours - 1773 FTE - 3.41. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2015 GRAND AVE. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: DES MOINES, IA 50312-4901. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $18,978,542.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES190100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 9. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 08-0912. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Aniston Village, LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,640,456.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1062 Chamberlain Drive. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Iowa City, IA 52240-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 08-0906. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Oakridge Neighborhood Associates, Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,632,293.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 926 Oakridge Drive. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Des Moines, IA 50314-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-0914. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: East Waterloo Family Housing LLLP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,528,528.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: SE Corner Newell & Mobile Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Waterloo, IA 50703-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-0916. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: 821 Jackson, LLLP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $638,502.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 821 Jackson ST. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Sioux City, IA 51105-1866. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-0911. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: HOLIDAY COURT, LLLP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $496,403.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 3465 Holiday Court. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bettendorf, IA 52722-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-0941. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Cedar Pond Townhomes, L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,749,984.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 3025 Williams Parkway SW. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cedar Rapids, IA 52404-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-0925. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: MLK Brickstone Development, LP. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,106,115.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1039 19TH ST. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Des Moines, IA 50314-1250. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 08-0917. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Cedar View Apartments Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,240,367.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1100 O Avenue. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cedar Rapids, IA 52405-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 08-0908. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Oakridge Neighborhood Associates Phase II, Limited Partnership. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,334,170.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 926 and 1236 Oakridge Drive. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Des Moines, IA 50314-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded nine projects, resulting in the development of 536 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housign Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. The program will develop 1,048 affordable rental housing units. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: 12.09 Number of FTE created/retained for residential construction. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 400 Sibley Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Saint Paul, MN 55101-1938. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $28,434,123.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES270100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 9. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Minneapolis. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Minneapolis, City Of. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,233,539.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 350 South Fifth St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Minneapolis, MN 55415-1316. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Sienna Green I Rose. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Sienna Green I Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,676,500.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2225, 2235, 2245, 2255, 2265 Snelling Avenue North. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Roseville, MN 55113-4262. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Jefferson Square No. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Northfield Leased Housing Associates I, LP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $745,308.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1356 Jefferson Road. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Northfield, MN 55057-3079. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Grand Plaza Grand R. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Grand Plaza Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,905,568.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 104, 201 & 206 S.E. 1st Avenue. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Grand Rapids, MN 55744-3616. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Washington County. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Washington County Housing & Redevelopment Authority. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,243,913.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 321 Broadway Ave. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Saint Paul Park, MN 55071-1841. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Dakota County. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Dakota County Community Development Agency. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,297,431.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1228 Town Centre Drive. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Eagan, MN 55123-1066. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Centennial Gardens. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Gardens East Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,479,117.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1400-1425 Centennial Drive. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Roseville, MN 55113-1718. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Saint Paul. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: SAINT PAUL, CITY OF. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,166,171.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1300 City Hall Annex. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Saint Paul, MN 55102-1662. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: Grand Manor II & II. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Grand Manor Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,066,340.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 227 13th Street S.W. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Grand Rapids, MN 55744-4179. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mississippi Home Corporation. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) funds will be awarded to developers of Housing Tax Credit (HTC) properties that are in need of additional equity as a result of current economic conditions which have decreased the value of investors initial interest in HTC deals. MHC anticipates that TCAP funds will help to complete 25 HTC projects for a total of approximately 1,200 units. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) funds will be awarded to developers of Housing Tax Credit (HTC) properties that are in need of additional equity as a result of current economic conditions which have decreased the value of investors initial interest in HTC deals. MHC anticipates that TCAP funds will help to complete 28 HTC projects for a total of approximately 1,600 units. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: No jobs have been created to date because no funds have been requested. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 735 Riverside Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Jackson, MS 39202-1166. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $21,881,803.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Not Started. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES280100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 28 projects, resulting in the development of 1,385 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Ohio Housing Finance Agency. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: Objective: To provide affordbale housing. Overal results: 2,000 rental housing units will be developed. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: The jobs created by this program are a result of the development, construction, and operation of affordable rental housing. More specific information regarding the types of jobs created will be provided in future reports as funds are drawn and sub recipients report on specific jobs created. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 57 East Main Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal; Recovery.gov information: Columbus, OH 43215-5135. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $83,484,547.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES390100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 24. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0076. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Kiwanis Village Senior Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,245,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Kiwanis Village. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Findlay, OH 45840-6707. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0063. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Forest Square Apartments Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Forest Square Senior Apartments. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cincinnati, OH 45229-2964. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0068. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Wayne Crossing Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,700,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Wayne Crossing. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Greenville, OH 45331-5400. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0040. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: DANA HOTEL LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,000,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Dana Hotel. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cincinnati, OH 45202-7205. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0024. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Lakewoods III 2009 L.L.C. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,350,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: The Lakewoods - Phase III. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Toledo, OH 43614-2780. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0063. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Richwood Greene Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,000,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Richwood Greene. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Richwood, OH 43344-1163. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0055. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Edgewood Village, LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,000,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Edgewood Village 4. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Akron, OH 44307-2009. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0068. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Villas Of The Valley Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,400,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Villas of the Valley. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lincoln Heights, OH 45215-1655. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0105. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Niles Senior Apartments, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $4,725,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Edison Place. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Niles, OH 44446-5030. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0039. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Englewood Senior Housing LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,000,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Englewood Senior Housing. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Toledo, OH 43606-4827. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-06-0046. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Kno-Ho-Co Affordable Housing III. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,000,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Heart of Ohio Homes. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Centerburg, OH 43011-7010. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0093. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Library Court Senior Housing LP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,500,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Library Court Senior Housing. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Shaker Heights, OH 44120-5318. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0165. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Village At New Seasons, Llc, The. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,375,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: The Village at New Seasons. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Akron, OH 44320-3416. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0164. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: NEW HUNTERWOOD PARK, LTD. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,500,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Hunterwood Park. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lancaster, OH 43130-4185. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0043. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Emerald Alliance V, Inc. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,000,000.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Emerald Alliance V. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cleveland, OH 44103-4817. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0059. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Lake Avenue Retirement Village Limited Partnership. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $745,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Lake Avenue Retirement Village. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: New Carlisle, OH 45344-1417. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0005. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: St. Paul Village I Limited Partnership. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $500,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: St. Paul Village I. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cincinnati, OH 45227-1635. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0132. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Honeybrook Greene Limited Partnership. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,449,170.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Honeybrook Greene. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Utica, OH 43080-9789. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0047. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Hattie Greene Limited Partnership. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,500,000.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Hattie Greene. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Urbana, OH 43078-1634. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0054. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Mackinaw of Celina Limited Partnership. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $940,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Mackinaw Retirement Village. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Celina, OH 45822-1542. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0097. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Hillsboro Cedar Woods, Ltd. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,168,580.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Cedar Woods Apartments. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Hillsboro, OH 45133-9489. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0050. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: YWCA Independence Place, LLC. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,500,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Independence Place. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Cleveland, OH 44103-4301. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-08-0137. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Woda Olde Hickory Limited Partnership. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,290,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Olde Hickory. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Coshocton, OH 43812-9581. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TA-09-0071. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: James R. Williams Tower, L.P. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,500,000.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: James R. Williams Tower. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Akron, OH 44307-2200. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 26 projects, resulting in the development of 1,420 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.Gov Information: Housing Finance Commission, Washington State. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assitance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. All TCAP funds will be sub-awarded out; none will be directly expended by the recipient. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: Project Managers and Developers, Construction Laborers, Construction Supervisors, Surveyors. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Olympia, WA 98504-0002. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $43,010,192.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES530100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 8. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-66A-TCAP. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: New Tacoma Phase I Owner LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,400,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Seattle, WA 98121-1480. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-73A-TCAP. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Zephyr Apartments LLLP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $500,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Seattle, WA 98106-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-21-TCAP. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Young Womens Christian Association Of Seattle-King County-Snohomish County. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $11,620,680.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Seattle, WA 98101-3001. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-08-TCAP. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Housing Authority Of The City Of Bremerton. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $10,631,954.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bremerton, WA 98337-1860. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-02-TCAP. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Housing Authority Of The City Of Tacoma. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $11,880,335.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Tacoma, WA 98404-4611. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 08-108Q-TCAP. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Walton Place Two LLC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,172,068.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bellingham, WA 98225-4420. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-26-TCAP. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: YNHA Tax Credit 4r Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $390,976.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Wapato, WA 98951-1492. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 09-71Q-TCAP. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: HRG Rose Street Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $750,123.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Seattle, WA 98122-2014. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded eight projects, resulting in the development of 503 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Aut. Financiamiento De La Vivienda. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program was created to facilitate the development of projects that received or will receive Low-Income Housing Tax Credits awards between October 1, 2006 and September 30, 2009. Another major purpose is to create new jobs or save jobs at risk of being lost due to the current economic crisis. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: TCAP will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credits projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. As of March 31, 2010, the PRHFA allocated the TCAP funds to 11 projects and executed eight TCAP Written Agreements for $36,268,135 or 85.04% of its TCAP funds. As of March 31, 2010 we have disbursed funds for two projects. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: These are mainly construction workers for the two projects that received TCAP funds during the 1st quarter of 2010. Among the jobs created/retained are: foremen, carpinters, plumbers, masons, reinforced steel workers, electricians, machine operators (diggers, cranes), pipe filters, helpers and assistants (for foremen, carpinters, masons, electricians, plumbers, operators) instrumentalists, janitors, office clerks, among others. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: P.O Box 71361. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00936-8461. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $42,646,082.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES720100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 8. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-017. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Golden Living Barceloneta. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,310,021.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 252 Ponce de Leon Ave. -Suite 701. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00918-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-064. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: T Development & Management Group Corp. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $206,567.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Carr. 173 Km. 1.0. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00926-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-003. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: PANORAMA GOLD INC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $6,425,832.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 152 FD Roosevelt Ave. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00918-2406. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-025. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Picerne Ca Villas Limited Partnership, SE. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $13,681,414.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 247 N Westmonte Drive. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Altamonte Springs, FL 32714-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-063. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: T Development & Management Group Corp. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $545,227.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: Carr. 173 Km. 1.0. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00926-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-033. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Laderas Del Rio Elderly. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $642,479.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 5 PURITAN LN. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Swampscott, MA 01907-2601. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-047. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: CECILIA ORTA LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,707,046.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2G-1 Duende St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bayamon, PR 00956-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: TC09-018. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Golden Living Cidra LP SE. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,749,549.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 252 Ponce de Leon Ave.-Suite 701. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: San Juan, PR 00918-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 8 projects, resulting in the development of 1,007 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Colorado Housing And Finance Authority. Project Title; Recovery.gov information: Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Recovery.gov information: Develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; Recovery.gov information: The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Recovery.gov information: Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Recovery.gov information: 1601 Colorado - All work was completed prior to the TCAP executed written agreement, based on OMB's job count guidance M-10-08, ARRA did not fund any jobs. 5100 Alameda - Professional and construction jobs created through the funding of this new construction development. Chaffee Park Senior Residences - based on OMB's job count guidance M-10-08, ARRA funds were used for the acquisition of land or building and did not fund any jobs. Denver Gardens - based on OMB's job count guidance M-10-08, ARRA funds were used for the acquisition of land or building and did not fund any jobs. Panorama Pointe Senior Apts. - Professional and construction jobs created through the funding of this new construction development. Renaissance Uptown Lofts - construction jobs created through the funding of this new construction development. St. Joseph Golden - Professional and construction jobs created through the funding of this new construction development. Veterans Apartments - Professional and construction jobs created through the funding of this new construction development. Village on Stanford - Professional and construction jobs created through the funding of this acq/rehab construction development. Project Location: Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1981 Blake St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80202-1229. Total Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $27,349,670.00. Project Status; Recovery.gov information: More than 50% Completed. Award Number; Recovery.gov information: M09-ES080100. Number of Sub-Awards; Recovery.gov information: 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009917. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Panarama Pointe Senior I L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,887,330.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 7350 E. Progress Place. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2130. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009902. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Renaissance Uptown Lofts LLLP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $5,904,782.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2111 Champa Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80205-2529. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009903. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: COLORADO COMMONS. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $3,174,297.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2355 Polaris Lane North, #100. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Plymouth, MN 55447-2085. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009910. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Broadway West Community LLLP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $936,298.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 4800 North Broadway. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Boulder, CO 80304-0524. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009912. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Chaffee Park Senior Residences, LLLP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $670,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1743 Wazee Street, Suite 450. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80202-5998. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009907. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: St. Joseph Golden LLLP. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,118,963.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 4045 Pecos Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80211-2552. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009003. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Steele Denver Gardens LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,780,572.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 6801 E. Mississippi. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80224-1872. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009906. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: 5100 W. Alameda Holdings LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $2,218,317.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1515 Wazee Street, Suite 300. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80202-1478. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009914. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corp. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $1,013,895.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 2926 Zuni Street. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Denver, CO 80211-3847. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; Recovery.gov information: 2009908. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Recovery.gov information: Village on Stanford, LLLP. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; Recovery.gov information: $989,065.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; Recovery.gov information: 1400 Riverside Avenue. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Fort Collins, CO 80524-4325. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 10 projects, resulting in the development of 684 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; Recovery.gov information: IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Florida Housing Finance Corporation. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Construction and related employment associated with the development of newly constructed and rehabilitated developments. Project Location: Street Address; 227 North Bronough Street, Suite 5000. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Tallahassee, FL 32301-1300. Total Award Amount; $101,134,952.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES120100. Number of Sub-Awards; 21. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2009-043CTX. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Sutton Place 2008 L.L.C. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,155,900.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ocala, FL 34470-6224. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2009-060CTX. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Vista Mar Apartments, LTD. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33127-3135. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2009-059CTX. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Renaissance Preserve II, LLLP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,071,882.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fort Myers, FL 33916-2302. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 2009-029CT. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Hammock Harbor, L.L.L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $6,865,982.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rockledge, FL 32955-2526. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 2009-049CTX. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Little Oaks Redevelopment, LTD. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,777,176.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Eustis, FL 32726-5465. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 2009-028CT. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Fountains At Falkenburg II, L.L.L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $6,600,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Riverview, FL 33578-0520. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 2009-031CT. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Finlay Interests 13, LTD. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $7,500,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Zephyrhills, FL 33540-1367. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 2009-030CT. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Mirabella I Associates LTD. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $7,500,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33032-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 2009-026CT. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Stenstrom Road Senior Village Associates, LTD. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $4,161,268.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wauchula, FL 33873-9485. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 2009-022CT. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Wickham Park, LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $4,644,524.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Melbourne, FL 32935-0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 2009-044CTX. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Shepherd's Court, LLC. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $5,280,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33136-1413. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 2009-036CT. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Pine Berry Senior Limited Partnership. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $5,474,441.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Clearwater, FL 33756-4384. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 2009-051CTX. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Graceland Manor Redevelopment, LTD. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,320,273.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Graceville, FL 32440-1238. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 2009-025CT. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Notre Dame Apartments, LLC. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $4,800,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Miami, FL 33127-1607. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 2009-061CTX. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Orchid Grove Apartments LTD. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $3,546,467.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Florida City, FL 33034- 1942. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 2009-023CT. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Charlotte Crossing, LTD. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $3,025,443.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Punta Gorda, FL 33983-5298. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 2009-033CT. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Beach Village At Palm Coast I. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $7,401,934.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Palm Coast, FL 32136-3063. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 2009-047CTX. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Cypress Cove Apartments, LTD. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $3,805,167.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Winter Haven, FL 33881- 0000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 2009-050CTX. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Cottondale Village Redevelopment, LTD. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $2,460,000.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mairanna, FL 32448-7718. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 2009-048CTX. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Oakdale Redevelopment, LTD. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $1,432,291.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Defuniak Springs, FL 32433-2057. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 2009-041CTX. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Pana Villa Redevelopment, LTD. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $1,822,477.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Panama City, FL 32405- 3105. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 21 projects, resulting in the development of 1,970 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing And Community Development, Massachusetts Dept Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program. This funding supports Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects that were stalled due to lack of investor support. This funding supports affordable rental units. These projects must include tax credit support. This program is funded by HUD. Quarterly Project Description; Eleven projects have received TCAP awards. These projects include 530 units of housing. Eight projects have closed, which means that the loan documents were finalized. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs in affordable rental housing development, construction, and finance. Project Location: Street Address; 24 Beacon St. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: BOSTON, MA 02133-1099. Total Award Amount; $59,605,630.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES250100. Number of Sub-Awards; 8. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Kasanof LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $3,825,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 56 Warren St. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Roxbury, MA 02119-3236. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Centre-Creighton Apartments LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $6,167,338.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 365 Centre St. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jamaica Plain, MA 02130- 1240. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #3: Recipient Name; CWL HOUSING LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $5,483,526.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 270 Centre St. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jamaica Plain, MA 02130- 1638. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Cabot Street Homes Limited Partnership. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $4,790,710.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 319-325 Cabot Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Beverly, MA 01915-3369. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Cutler Heights Housing. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $3,939,318.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 79 Hollis St. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Holliston, MA 01746-1602. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #6: Recipient Name; JCHE Framingham Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,887,340.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 49 Edmands Road. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Framingham, MA 01701-3026. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Winslow Building Management Lt. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $5,978,943.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 132 Main St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Greenfield, MA 01301-3210. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; OCD_SR99314_VC00004. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Foh LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $7,872,426.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 769 Worthington St. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Springfield, MA 01105-1112. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS, Recipient Web Site, and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing And Community Renewal, New York State Division Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. As of the quarter ending 03/31/2010, forty-seven projects have been selected for TCAP funding in NY State. Upon completion, these projects will provide approximately 4500 units of affordable housing to families at or below 60% of AMI. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs were calculated in compliance with OMB Memorandum M-09-21, and the updated guidance in OMB Memorandum M- 10-8. Jobs created include: carpenters, concrete workers, laborers,dock builders, iron lathers,cement masons, iron workers, plumbers, roofers, brick layers, demolition workers ,painters, roofers, electricians, demolition workers, landscapers, sheet metal mechanics, operators, sprinkler fitters. Project Location: Street Address; State Capitol. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Albany, NY 12248-0001. Total Award Amount; $252,659,616.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES360100. Number of Sub-Awards; 45. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 20090715. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Stonewood Village LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $5,992,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 3410 E. Henrietta Rd. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Henrietta, NY 14467-9022. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 20090712. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Farmington Senior Apartments LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $7,100,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 6000 Mercier Drive. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Farmington, NY 14425-8916. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 20086045. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Lafayette Manor L.P. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,968,608.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 226 Fillmore St. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Staten Island, NY 10301- 1129. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 20096122. Sub #4: Recipient Name; East Harlem Mec Parcel C L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $7,755,437.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 2293 Third Ave. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10035-1710. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 20090736. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Amber Housing Development Fund Corporation. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 507-513 East 176th St. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bronx, NY 10457-6220. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 20090723. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Hobbs Ciena Associates, L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $26,000,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 322 East 100 St. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10029-6649. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 20090733. Sub #7: Recipient Name; CUCS Housing Development Fund Corporation II. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $8,888,486.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 614 East 179 St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bronx, NY 10457-4913. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 20090716. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Bedell Terrace Apartments, L.P. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $6,013,033.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 10 Bedell St. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hempstead, NY 11550-2204. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 20086004. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Livingston Manor Seniors, L.P. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $5,247,375.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Old Rte 17. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Livingston Manor, NY 12758- 5032. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 20086052. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Catherine Gardens I LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $2,052,638.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 5135 N. Catherine St. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Plattsburgh, NY 12901-2854. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 20086016. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Pearce Tract Development, L.P. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $6,938,650.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 355-357 Clark St. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Auburn, NY 13021-8576. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 20096054. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Half Moon Terrace L.P. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $2,150,958.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 15 North Front St. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hudson, NY 12534-2009. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 20086027. Sub #13: Recipient Name; 203 West 146th Street L.P. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $4,438,019.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 203 West 146th St. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10039-3701. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 20096078. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Near Westside Houses Phase II, L.P. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $1,592,427.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 629 Gifford Street. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Syracuse, NY 13204-3103. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 20086012. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Union Meadows Associates II, LP. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $553,859.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 45-46 Union Square Blvd. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; North Chili, NY 14514-9723. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 20090724. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Balton Affordable LLC, The. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $18,924,781.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 311 West 127 St. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10027-1807. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 20086006. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Waterloo Partners, L.P. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $2,091,973.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 30 West Main St. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waterloo, NY 13165-1391. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 20090732. Sub #18: Recipient Name; 2701 Kingsbridge Terrace HDFC. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $10,673,879.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 2710 Kingsbridge Ter. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bronx, NY 10463-7456. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 20096043. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Kemble Square, LLC. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $3,824,863.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 1221 Kemble St. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Utica, NY 13501-4401. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 20086028. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Epo Hopkins Apartments, LLC. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $2,356,525.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 5562 Dawson Rd. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lockport, NY 14094-9090. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 20096033. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Conifer Interlaken Senior Housing, L.P. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $1,117,445.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 3705 Cayuga St. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Interlaken, NY 14847-9787. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 20090718. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Ogden Heights Senior Housing LLC. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $5,270,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 2539 Spencerport Rd. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Spencerport, NY 14559-2078. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; 20096028. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Van Rensselaer Village Associates, L.P. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $3,830,907.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 16th & Early Streets. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Watervliet, NY 12189-2511. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; 20090735. Sub #24: Recipient Name; True Colors Residence Housing Development Fund Corporation. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $2,798,232.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 267-269 W. 154 St. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10039-1601. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; 20086061. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Public Square Developers, L.P. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $2,198,985.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 50 Public Square. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Watertown, NY 13601-2631. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; 20096030. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Clifton Park Senior Housing, LLC. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $3,155,547.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; 579 Waite Rd. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Clifton Park, NY 12148- 1339. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; 20090713. Sub #27: Recipient Name; 100 North Madison Associates. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $5,368,171.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; 100 North Madison St. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rome, NY 13440-5753. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; 20090714. Sub #28: Recipient Name; Selfhelp (KI-KII) Associates Llc. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $5,820,000.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; 45-25 Kissena Blvd. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; Flushing, NY 11355-3435. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; 20086025. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Unadilla Housing Group, L.P. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $3,704,680.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; 71 Clifton St. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Unadilla, NY 13849-2312. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; 20096051. Sub #30: Recipient Name; Bruckner By The Bridge II, LLC. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $7,050,000.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; 70 Bruckner Blvd. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bronx, NY 10454-4425. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; 20096103. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Ashburton Avenue I, L.P. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $2,755,116.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; 110 Ashburton Ave. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Yonkers, NY 10701-3106. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; 20096020. Sub #32: Recipient Name; Ellenville Ii Senior Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; $2,672,220.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; 15 Healthy Way. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ellenville, NY 12428-5636. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; 20090719. Sub #33: Recipient Name; Parkside Commons Preservation, L.P. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; $8,666,796.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; 2005 E. Fayette St. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; Syracuse, NY 13224-1064. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; 20086033. Sub #34: Recipient Name; YWCA Residence, LLC. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; $6,525,000.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; 69 North Broadway. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; White Plains, NY 10603- 3713. Sub #35: Sub Award Number; 20090725. Sub #35: Recipient Name; Site 8 Apartments, L.P. Sub #35: Sub Award Amount; $1,875,219.00. Sub #35: POP Street Address; 300 West 128 St. Sub #35: POP - city, state, and postal code; NY, NY 10027-1822. Sub #36: Sub Award Number; 20090720. Sub #36: Recipient Name; Harborview Preservation, LP. Sub #36: Sub Award Amount; $4,770,000.00. Sub #36: POP Street Address; 10 Seventh St. Sub #36: POP - city, state, and postal code; Buffalo, NY 14201-2245. Sub #37: Sub Award Number; 20090711. Sub #37: Recipient Name; WNY Group, L.P. Sub #37: Sub Award Amount; $9,600,000.00. Sub #37: POP Street Address; 750 West Main St. Sub #37: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rochester, NY 14611-2331. Sub #38: Sub Award Number; 20086034. Sub #38: Recipient Name; Hornellsville Apartments LLC. Sub #38: Sub Award Amount; $4,462,566.00. Sub #38: POP Street Address; 7475 Seneca Rd North. Sub #38: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hornellsville, NY 14843- 9105. Sub #39: Sub Award Number; 20090722. Sub #39: Recipient Name; Livonia Terrace LLC. Sub #39: Sub Award Amount; $9,500,000.00. Sub #39: POP Street Address; 443 Alabama Ave. Sub #39: POP - city, state, and postal code; Brooklyn, NY 11207-5239. Sub #40: Sub Award Number; 20090734. Sub #40: Recipient Name; CHV 97 Crooke Avenue Housing Development Fund Corporation. Sub #40: Sub Award Amount; $2,239,403.00. Sub #40: POP Street Address; 97 Crooke Ave. Sub #40: POP - city, state, and postal code; Brooklyn, NY 11226-1606. Sub #41: Sub Award Number; 20060634. Sub #41: Recipient Name; Center Court I LLC. Sub #41: Sub Award Amount; $7,410,562.00. Sub #41: POP Street Address; 1361 Centre Ave. Sub #41: POP - city, state, and postal code; Niagara Falls, NY 14305- 2029. Sub #42: Sub Award Number; 20070436. Sub #42: Recipient Name; Ezra Prentice Homes Redevelopment, LLC. Sub #42: Sub Award Amount; $3,500,000.00. Sub #42: POP Street Address; 625 South Pearl St. Sub #42: POP - city, state, and postal code; Albany, NY 12202-1028. Sub #43: Sub Award Number; 20086011. Sub #43: Recipient Name; Bank Street Senior Housing, LLC. Sub #43: Sub Award Amount; $5,189,571.00. Sub #43: POP Street Address; 16 Bank St. Sub #43: POP - city, state, and postal code; Batavia, NY 14020-2202. Sub #44: Sub Award Number; 20090717. Sub #44: Recipient Name; Mulford I, L.P. Sub #44: Sub Award Amount; $6,400,000.00. Sub #44: POP Street Address; 35 Vineyard Ave. Sub #44: POP - city, state, and postal code; Yonkers, NY 10703-3307. Sub #45: Sub Award Number; 20096052. Sub #45: Recipient Name; El Camino Housing LLC. Sub #45: Sub Award Amount; $3,266,445.00. Sub #45: POP Street Address; 58 Conkey Ave. Sub #45: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rochester, NY 14605-1004. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing & Community Development, Md Dept Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development is the prime recipient of formula grant funding through the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP), authorized under the HOME subtitle of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Through TCAP, Maryland DHCD will allocate $31,701,696 of funding to multifamily rental housing projects in the form of gap loan financing. All projects financed with TCAP funds will have received an award of Low Income Housing Tax Credits by September 30, 2009. TCAP funds will be administered in consistency with Federal rules and Maryland DHCD's TCAP plan as approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. TCAP funding will result in the production of affordable rental housing for families and seniors, as well as the creation of a significant number of jobs and economic activity. Quarterly Project Description; Maryland DHCD has reserved all TCAP funds to eligible multifamily rental housing projects. A listing of 26 projects receiving a reservation of TCAP funds or on the wait list for TCAP funds is posted to the Maryland DHCD website at http://www.mdhousing.org/Website/programs/tcap/Default.aspx. Four (4) projects began construction during the reporting period, bringing the total TCAP projects under construction to 13. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Construction and related employment associated with the development of newly constructed and rehabilitated apartment complexes. Project Location: Street Address; 100 Community Place. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Crownsville, MD 21032-2037. Total Award Amount; $31,701,696.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES240100. Number of Sub-Awards; 13. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 5 -. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Captains Circle, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $737,421.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 445-C Captain's Circle. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Annapolis, MD 21401-3267. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 17 -. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Bon Secours Wayland Limited Partnerhsip. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 3020 Garrison Boulevard. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baltimore, MD 21216-1301. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 12 -. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Hammarlee House Associates, LP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,700,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 20 Hammarlee Rd. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Glen Burnie, MD 21060-6635. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 18 -. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Cumberland Housing Preservation Partners. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 220 Sommerville Avenue. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cumberland, MD 21502-4375. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 16 -. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Sierra Woods Limited Partnership. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $900,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 8712 Airybrink Lane. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Columbia, MD 21045-3031. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 10 -. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Glenview Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 7987 Nolpark Court. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Glen Burnie, MD 21061-5233. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 14 -. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Severna Park LLLP. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 180 Ritchie Highway. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Severna Park, MD 21146-1125. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 15 -. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Perryman Station Associates, LP. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 1220 Perryman Rd. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Aberdeen, MD 21001-4006. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 6 -. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Cedar Hill Apartments LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 10 Cedar Hill Circle. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; North East, MD 21901-3717. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 11 -. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Greens At Liberty Limited Partnership. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 9707 Liberty Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Randallstown, MD 21133- 2420. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 7 -. Sub #11: Recipient Name; City Arts Limited Partnership. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $2,635,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 440 East Oliver St. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baltimore, MD 21202-2905. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 8 -. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Conifer Village At Cambridge II, LLC. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 1223 Zachary Drive. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cambridge, MD 21613-1495. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; M09-ES240100 - 13 -. Sub #13: Recipient Name; North Creek Run, LLC. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 100 Stoney Creek Run Rd. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; North East, MD 21901-2724. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 14 projects, resulting in the development of 1,403 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (Inc). Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) between October 1, 2006 and September 30, 2009 and need additional resources to be completed. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. The competitive application process for TCAP funds has been completed. All TCAP funds were committed by February 16, 2010; however no TCAP projects have begun construction as of the end of the first quarter of 2010. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; All TCAP funds have been committed; however, no TCAP projects have begun construction, so we do not have any jobs created or retained to report for this quarter. Project Location: Street Address; 1230 O Street, Suite 200. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lincoln, NE 68508-1402. Total Award Amount; $11,380,566.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; M09-ES310100. Number of Sub-Awards; 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 7-0693. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Sixteenth Street Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,494,761.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 2103 North 16th Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Omaha, NE 68110-2459. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 7-0718. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Northglen, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $926,956.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 3205 Portia Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lincoln, NE 68521-1765. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 7-0728. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Reese Estates, L.P. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,050,158.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Multiple Addresses. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waverly, NE 68462-1361. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 7-0723. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Progress For People II, L.L.C. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $777,932.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 18th & Superior Streets. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lincoln, NE 68521-4043. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 7-0640. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Pedcor Investments-2005-LXXVII, L.P. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,287,465.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 716 East 56th Street. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kearney, NE 68847-4814. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 7-0712. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Salem Village II Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,613,780.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Multiple Addresses. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Omaha, NE 68111-3610. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 7-0702. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Pedcor Investments-2007-CI, L.P. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $2,037,352.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 6704 N. 90th Plaza. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Omaha, NE 68122-1219. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 7-0707. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Rebuilding Lives LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $1,006,225.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 2201 E. Locust Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Omaha, NE 68110-2618. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 7-0720. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Western Manor, LP. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $569,676.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 2200 West Q Street. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lincoln, NE 68528-1771. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 7-0710. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Notre Dame Apartments, LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $616,261.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 3501 State Street. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Omaha, NE 68112-1709. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded six new construction and four rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 374 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Project Description:The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Quarterly Activities: TCP-09-APD-1 (APD Housing Partners 18, Ltd Partnership) All TCAP funds expended to date have been for the acquisition of the properties to be rehabilitated as part of this development. Twelve out of 128 units have been fully renovated during the reporting period. Renovation has begun on eight additional units and is underway for a community building located in Palmer; TCP-09-CIH- 1 (Cook Inlet Housing Authority) Siding and electrical work has been underway during the reporting period. The project is on schedule to be completed on July 31, 2010; TCP-09-CDIA-1 (Weeks Field Estates II Ltd Partnership) No funds have been expended under this award. Activities undertaken during this reporting period are being funded through other sources. Award agreements were executed (for TCAP and Section 1602 funds), and the project sponsor compiled information for the syndicator providing due-diligence oversight for the development. The limited partnership agreement for the development has been drafted and is near completion. Construction is scheduled to begin next quarter. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; No new jobs created. Project Location: Street Address; 4300 Boniface Parkway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Anchorage, AK 99504-4317. Total Award Amount; $5,490,631.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES020100. Number of Sub-Awards; 6. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-CDIA-1 G2 C. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Weeks Field Estates Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $3,006,578.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; PO Box 10690. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Anchorage, AK 99710-0690. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-APD-1 Fir Te. Sub #2: Recipient Name; APD Housing Partners 18, Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $918,106.82. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 2610 Mill Bay Road. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kodiak, AK 99615-6663. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-CIH-1 Koht'a. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Cook Inlet Housing Authority. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $505,641.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 240 East Tudor Road. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Anchorage, AK 99503-7244. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-APD-1 Forest. Sub #4: Recipient Name; APD Housing Partners 18, Limited Partnership. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $489,656.97. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 330 South Cobb Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Palmer, AK 99645-6314. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-APD-1 Criter. Sub #5: Recipient Name; APD Housing Partners 18, Limited Partnership. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $19,784.12. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 2820 Commercial Drive. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Anchorage, AK 99501-3015. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; TCP-09-APD-1 North. Sub #6: Recipient Name; APD Housing Partners 18, Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $550,864.09. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 424 East Dogwood Avenue. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Palmer, AK 99645-6407. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded three projects, resulting in the development of 242 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Missouri Housing Development Commission. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; The ARRA funds received by the prime recipient, Missouri Housing Development Commission, will be used to provide gap funding to affordable housing developments across the state of Missouri. The developments, which provide affordable housing to low and moderate income citizens of the state of Missouri have been unable to proceed with construction due to the inability to raise sufficient equity in the current economy. We have reserved our total TCAP award to provide gap funding to 24 developments, which will result in 1,495 units of affordable housing for our state within the next two years. Quarterly Project Description; We have $38,687,026 to award to first- tier Sub Recipients. To date, we have executed agreements for $36,646,526 to first-tier Sub Receipients. These TCAP funds will be expended in the construction of 22 developments (1,250 units), 11 will provide housing for families and 11 for the elderly population. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; At the end of the first quarter (March 31, 2010), we have executed written agreements for 22 developments, 19 of which have closed on their financing, and 18 are actively under construction as of March 31, 2010. Project Location: Street Address; 3435 Broadway. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Kansas City, MO 64111-2403. Total Award Amount; $38,687,026.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES290100. Number of Sub-Awards; 22. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 09-049 Palestine Co. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Palestine Commons, L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,947,026.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 3425 Prospect. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kansas City, MO 64128-1938. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 09-904 Fulbright Sp. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Fulbright Springs, Phase II, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $830,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 3800 North Farm Road 143. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Springfield, MO 65803-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 09-019 Ozark Meadow. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Ozark Meadows, LP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $300,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 402 South 11th Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ozark, MO 65721-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 09-914 Woodbury Pla. Sub #4: Recipient Name; WOODBURY PLACE, L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,045,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 228 Woodbury Place Circle. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; O'Fallon, MO 63366-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 09-059 North Newste. Sub #5: Recipient Name; North Newstead V LP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $750,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 4100 North Newstead Avenue. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Louis, MO 63115-2760. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 09-420 Eliot School. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Eliot School, LP. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,800,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 3610 North 25th Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Louis, MO 63107-2740. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 07-405 Courthouse A. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Courthouse Apartments. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $5,500,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 811 Grand. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kansas City, MO 64106-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 09-902 Moritz Place. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Carthage Senior Housing, LP. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $700,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 1375 Hazel Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Carthage, MO 64836-3065. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 09-903 Fjeld Arms. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Kirksville Senior Housing, LP. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $797,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 2016 North Florence Place. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kirksville, MO 63501-1935. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 09-095 Summit Grove. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Summit Grove Senior Apartments Limited Partnership. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 750 NE Tudor Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lee's Summit, MO 64086- 0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 09-402 Cambridge He. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Cambridge Seniors, L.P. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 1121 North 7th Street. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Louis, MO 63101-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 09-923 The Townhome. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Homefield Townhomes, LLC. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $1,402,500.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 501 Home Villa Loop. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; O'Fallon, MO 63366-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 09-060 Jennings Sen. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Jennings Senior Associates, L.P. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $800,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 2120 Switzer. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jennings, MO 63136-6301. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 08-407 Grand Boulev. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Grand Boulevard Lofts Limited Partnership. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $6,850,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 1006 Grand Avenue. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kansas City, MO 64106-2211. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 08-905 The Woodland. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Woodlands, L.P. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $2,765,000.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; Coy Boulevard and Tower Road. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Forsyth, MO 65653-0000. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 09-088 Salisbury Pa. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Salisbury Park Three L.P. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $750,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Louis, MO 63107-3129. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 08-913 Rock Ridge V. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Rock Ridge Housing Partners I, LP. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $2,425,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 117 Colleen Street. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Branson, MO 65616-3577. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 08-904 Silver Brook. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Silver Brook Estates, L.P. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $1,275,000.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; Farm Road 123. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Springfield, MO 65802-0000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 09-924 Homefield Vi. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Homefield Villas, LLC. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $1,265,000.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 501 Home Villa Loop. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; O'Fallon, MO 63366-0000. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 09-014 Country Vill. Sub #20: Recipient Name; MBL Development Co. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $725,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 2251 Silva Lane. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Moberly, MO 65270-3629. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 09-040 Commerce Bui. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Commerce Building, LP. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $1,330,000.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 224 South Ohio Avenue. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sedalia, MO 65301-4332. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 09-920 Oakwood Seni. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Oakwood Senior Apartments II, L.P. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $390,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 764 Head Lane. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hannibal, MO 63401-6265. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Wyoming Community Development Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; The TCAP program was designed to help stalled affordable Multifamily Rental Projects, that have been allocated Low- Income Housing Tax Credits, obtain the necessary funding to complete and provide rental housing to households at or below 60% of Area Median Income as defined by HUD. Quarterly Project Description; 75% of the TCAP funding must be committed by February 16, 2010. In December four projects were awarded TCAP funding, committing the entire $4.8 million in TCAP funds. 75% of the TCAP funding must be expended by February 26, 2011. As of March 31, 2010 44.5% has been expended. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Funds expended were to purchase two existing apartment buildings which will be rehabilitated. A total of 1.43 full-time equivalent jobs were created associated with the TCAP funding. These jobs were pre-construction related i.e. architectural, surveying, engineering, environmental and legal. Project Location: Street Address; 155 North Beech. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Casper, WY 82601-1907. Total Award Amount; $4,846,908.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES560100. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 0410600176-Meadows. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Meadows Apartments, LP, The. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $866,698.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; TBD Central Drive. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Casper, WY 82604-4543. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 0410600175-Aspen Cr. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Aspen Creek Housing. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,816,389.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 2000 Corner Creek Lane. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jackson, WY 83001-9265. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 0410600174-Rocky Po. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Rocky Point Housing. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $913,821.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 215 Feather Way. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Evanston, WY 82930-9224. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 0410600177-Elkhorn. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Elkhorn Apartments, LP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,250,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; TBD Central Drive. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Casper, WY 82604-4543. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded four projects, resulting in the development of 143 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Georgia Housing Finance Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Quarterly Project Description; DCA administers the federal low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program for the State of Georgia. The LIHTC program provides resources for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and/or preservation of affordable multi-family units of housing. The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides grant funding for capital investment in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) rental projects via a formula-based allocation to State housing credit allocation agencies. The TCAP program will provide funding to ensure that stalled tax credit projects can be completed increasing the number of affordable housing units in the state. The program will also unlock the tax credit market and support shovel ready projects, mitigate the effects of the economic crises, prevent community decline, encourage energy efficient design and create and retain jobs. As of March 31, 2010, DCA has approved TCAP commitments funds for the construction and/or rehabilitation of seven (7) affordable multi-family developments. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; The majority of the jobs created are composed of Davis Bacon construction employees, supervisory construction employees, staff, architects, engineers, and employees that work directly on the project site. The FTEs number was obtained by determining the proportionate amount of TCAP funds awarded to the total development costs for each project. The total reported jobs created/retained was determined by this percentage. Total TCAP funds for the Baptist Towers project were utilized for the initial acquisition of land and buildings. Based on OMB?s Job Count Guidance M- 10-08, ARRA funds used for the acquisition of land or a buildings do not fund any jobs. Therefore, the jobs reported for Baptist Towers this quarter is zero. Project Location: Street Address; 60 Executive Park South, NE. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Atlanta, GA 30329-2231. Total Award Amount; $54,481,680.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES130100. Number of Sub-Awards; 7. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-059. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Sustainable Fellwood. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $4,300,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1300 West Bay Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Savannah, GA 31415-1503. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-074. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Baker Village Appartments 2 LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $11,340,018.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1331 Fort Benning Road. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Columbus, GA 31903-2209. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-060. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Adamsville Green Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $6,444,927.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 3537 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive SW. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Atlanta, GA 30331-4006. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-008. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Delowe & Myrtle Senior Housing. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,850,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 1881 Myrtle Drive Atlanta, GA 30311. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Atlanta, GA 30311-4961. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-065. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Tower At Dorsey Manor, L.P., The. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,500,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 212 Lemon Street. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Marietta, GA 30060-1973. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; AR 2009-001. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Columbia Hill Apartments, L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $10,376,883.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 3450 Forrest Park Road. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Atlanta, GA 30354-3439. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; AR 2008-068. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Oconee Park Partners, LP. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $8,311,921.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 200 Riverview Park Drive. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dublin, GA 31021-5715. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded seven projects, resulting in the development of 915 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; North Carolina Housing Finance Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; Objective: To provide affordable housing. Results: 666 units of rental housing will be developed. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; engineering, architectural, and legal. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Raleigh, NC 27609-7509. Total Award Amount; $52,152,687.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES370100. Number of Sub-Awards; 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2304. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Wexford Pointe Apartments LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $5,950,726.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Fairington Drive NW. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Concord, NC 28027-7852. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2293. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Campbell Terrace Phase I Associates Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $8,004,973.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 500 Campbell Terrace. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fayetteville, NC 28301-5813. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2305. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Pine Mountain Trace Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,797,613.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Pine Mountain Road. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hudson, NC 28638-8793. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 2309. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Westmore Apartments, LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $5,959,309.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Westmore Drive. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Asheville, NC 28806-5103. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 2296. Sub #5: Recipient Name; CLARA COX II, LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $8,496,834.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 621 East Grimes Avenue. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; High Point, NC 27260-6733. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 2303. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Scottish Glen II. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,582,700.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Corner of Turnpike Road and West Blvd. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Laurinburg, NC 28352-7024. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 2314. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Meadowcreek Commons, LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $4,057,381.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 601 South Raleigh Boulevard. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Raleigh, NC 27610-3381. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 2300. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Shelby MMR Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $4,667,891.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Marion Road. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Shelby, NC 28152-6217. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 2310. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Powell Spring Housing Associates, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $3,892,576.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Millbrook Drive. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pittsboro, NC 27312-5890. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 2307. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Orchard Creek. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $5,742,684.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 1170 West Clemmonsville Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Winston-Salem, NC 27127- 5902. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing & Community Services, Oregon Department Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will fill financing gaps caused by the reduction of equity investment in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Since its inception in 1986, the LIHTC program has been a tremendous success and primary driver in the development of affordable and primarily rental housing nationwide. During the current recession, private sector interest in acquiring tax credits has fallen dramatically-leaving many affordable housing developers with insufficient funding to develop their projects. Projects reliant on LIHTC-driven private sector investment have therefore been stalled. The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will supplement financing for the construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing projects affected by deteriorating financial market conditions. Projects already awarded low income housing tax credits that have received insufficient investment of tax credit equity are eligible for the program. The TCAP resources will set in motion these stalled housing developments. The law requires housing credit agencies to distribute TCAP resources competitively and in accordance with the state's qualified allocation plan. In Oregon, the competitive application process has been completed and it is anticipated that TCAP resources will assist 17 housing developments around the state and these developments will provide over 700 units of affordable rental housing. One of the requirements of the TCAP program is to support the creation and retention of jobs. While an estimate of the total number of jobs is unknown at this time, these projects will support investment in affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; The US Department of Housing and Urban Development obligated the TCAP resources to Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) on June 24, 2009. Subsequent to this obligation, OHCS conducted a competitive application process, as required under the TCAP program rules, to identify eligible projects to receive the TCAP resources. Application reviews have been completed. The State Housing Council, the advisory and funding approval board for OHCS housing programs has approved a funding reservation for 17 affordable rental housing projects. There have been four TCAP projects closed to date. Construction efforts for the rehabilitation of one of the projects has begun and the other three projects will start rehab work in the next quarter. The remaining project sponsors are finalizing predevelopment activities and working towards closing on all of their project resources in the next quarter. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; This quarter, the funds expended represent the acquisition of three USDA Rural Development projects. Funds were used for primarily for acquisition but some funds were used for rehabilitation activities and partially funded various construction jobs as detailed in the sub-recipient or vendor reports. Project Location: Street Address; 725 Summer Street NE, Suite B. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Salem, OR 97301-1266. Total Award Amount; $27,343,971.00. Project Status; More than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES410100. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2912. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Reach Walnut Partners Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $950,051.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 5272 NE 6th Ave. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Portland, OR 97211-3265. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 912. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Sagebrush Affordable Housing, LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $5,315,678.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 295 NE Boardman Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Boardman, OR 97818-9787. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing & Community Affairs, Texas Department Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; The purpose of the Tax Credit Assistance Program is to develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; Continued administrative activities at the prime recipient level and administrative activities and construction development at the subrecipient level. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created and retained at the subrecipient level this quarter include project managers, administrative assistants, general counsels, development managers, architects, engineers, development consultants, carpenters, foremen, mechanics, security officers, project supervisors, plumbers, electricians, concrete finishers, and accountants. Project Location: Street Address; 221 East 11th Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Austin, TX 78701-2410. Total Award Amount; $148,354,769.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES480100. Number of Sub-Awards; 47. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 13090009708. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Palmas Apartments, LTD. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $7,533,861.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Rich Beem. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; El Paso, TX 79938-4338. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 13090009718. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Kerrville Clearwater Paseo Apartments LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,440,146.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 401 Clearwater Paseo. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kerrville, TX 78028-5642. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 13090009763. Sub #3: Recipient Name; COSTA MARIPOSA, LTD. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,500,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Corner of Palmer Highway and Monticello Dr. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Texas City, TX 77591-3557. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 13090009781. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Beechnut Oaks LP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,684,640.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 13602 Beechnut. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77083-5999. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 13090009740. Sub #5: Recipient Name; SDC Fiji Senior, LP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $5,550,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 201 Fran Way. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75203-3201. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 13090009714. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Boerne Terraces At Cibolo Apartments, L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $514,854.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 518 Fabra Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Boerne, TX 78006-1663. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 13090009720. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Chicory Court Vi, LP. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $3,200,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 1155 Paredes Line Rd. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 78521-2667. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 13090009733. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Trinity Quality Housing, L.P. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $4,950,523.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 8725 Calmont Ave. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fort Worth, TX 76116-2833. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 13090009743. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Lexington Court Phase II LTD. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $1,296,300.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 3507 US Hwy 259 N. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kilgore, TX 75662-2102. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 13090009749. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Grand Reserve-Waxahachie, LTD., The. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $3,420,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; Park Hills Dr. (New Street Being Constructed). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waxahachie, TX 75165-0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 13090009783. Sub #11: Recipient Name; UHF Magnolia Trace, LP. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $2,488,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; S. of Crouch Rd. & W. of Lancaster Rd. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75241-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 13090009700. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Silsbee Oakleaf Estates, LP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $529,396.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 1195 Hwy 327 East. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Silsbee, TX 77656-5119. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 13090009769. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Corban Townhomes, L.P. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,600,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 1455 Southgate. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Corpus Christi, TX 78415- 4630. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 13090009773. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Brownstone Pearland Senior Village, Ltd. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $2,050,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 2800 Brownstone Place. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pearland, TX 77584-0000. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 13090009777. Sub #15: Recipient Name; PK Hillwood Apartments LP. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $994,497.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 308 N. East St. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Weimar, TX 78962-1804. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 13090009726. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Onion Creek Housing Partners, LTD. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $1,500,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 810 E. Slaughter Lane. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Euless, TX 78744-2102. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 13090009787. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Nine Skytop Apartments, LP. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $2,800,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 2455 N. Frazier. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Conroe, TX 77303-1752. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 13090009790. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Beaumont Gracelake Townhomes, LP. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $2,200,000.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 4060 West Cardinal Drive. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Beaumont, TX 77705-2722. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 13090009799. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Mariposa Ella Blvd LP. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $3,556,213.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 16354 Ella Blvd. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77090-4602. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 13090009782. Sub #20: Recipient Name; UHF Tuscany Villas Housing, L.P. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $1,855,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 7200 Block of Chase Oaks Blvd. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Plano, TX 75025-0000. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 13090009750. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Gardens Of Weatherford, LP, The. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $3,686,083.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 300 Garden Lane Rd. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Weatherford, TX 76085-0000. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 13090009793. Sub #22: Recipient Name; DDC BELMONT, LTD. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $3,900,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; FM 2243. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Leander, TX 78641-0000. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; 13090009399. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Horizon Meadows Apartments, LTD. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $2,490,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; Approx. 8.7 acres at the SWC of Main St. & Bayou Rd. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; La Marque, TX 77568-5604. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; 13090009711. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Fairway Townhomes Housing, L.P. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $1,352,350.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 7229 Ferguson Rd. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75228-6632. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; 13090009712. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Central Dallas Community Development Corporation. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $4,028,185.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 511 N. Akard St. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75201-6601. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; 13090009722. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Costa Esmeralda LTD. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $5,200,000.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; Gurley Ln. & S. 16th St. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waco, TX 76706-0000. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; 13090009784. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Vista Ridge Senior Community, L.P. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $3,408,272.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; 455 Highland Drive. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lewisville, TX 75067-3872. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; 13090009398. Sub #28: Recipient Name; Mirabella, Ltd., The. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $6,175,000.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; 1955 Bandera Road. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Antonio, TX 78228-2805. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; 13090009721. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Four Seasons At Clear Creek LTD. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $5,365,000.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; Oak Grove Shelby & S. Race St. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fort Worth, TX 76140-0000. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; 13090009760. Sub #30: Recipient Name; TF Development, LP. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $1,612,476.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; 32 Pinnacle Park Blvd. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75211-0000. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; 13090009746. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Jason Avenue Residential LP. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $2,200,000.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; 509 and 527 Jason Avenue. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Amarillo, TX 79107-1836. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; 13090009796. Sub #32: Recipient Name; Costa Viscaya II. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; $1,025,000.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; E. Side of 12000 N. Gessner Rd. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77064-0000. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; 13090009704. Sub #33: Recipient Name; Desert Villas, Ltd. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; $3,100,000.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; 173 Coronado Road. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; El Paso, TX 79915-3603. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; 13090009774. Sub #34: Recipient Name; South Acres Ranch II, Ltd. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; $690,000.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; E. Side of 11400 Blk of Scott St. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77047-0000. Sub #35: Sub Award Number; 13090009795. Sub #35: Recipient Name; One Park Lane Partners, L.P. Sub #35: Sub Award Amount; $700,000.00. Sub #35: POP Street Address; 7515 Cook Rd. Sub #35: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77056-0000. Sub #36: Sub Award Number; 13090009703. Sub #36: Recipient Name; Timber Village Apartments II, LTD. Sub #36: Sub Award Amount; $1,259,000.00. Sub #36: POP Street Address; 2626 W. Loop 390 N. Sub #36: POP - city, state, and postal code; Marshall, TX 75670-0000. Sub #37: Sub Award Number; 13090009754. Sub #37: Recipient Name; Beaumont Leased Housing Associates II. Sub #37: Sub Award Amount; $2,261,410.00. Sub #37: POP Street Address; 4325 Crow Road. Sub #37: POP - city, state, and postal code; Beaumont, TX 77706-6994. Sub #38: Sub Award Number; 13090009767. Sub #38: Recipient Name; Crestshire Village. Sub #38: Sub Award Amount; $3,350,000.00. Sub #38: POP Street Address; 2300 N. St. Augustine Dr. Sub #38: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dallas, TX 75227-8139. Sub #39: Sub Award Number; 13090009728. Sub #39: Recipient Name; Wov Apts LP. Sub #39: Sub Award Amount; $2,408,824.00. Sub #39: POP Street Address; 15059 Caseta Drive. Sub #39: POP - city, state, and postal code; Houston, TX 77082-2065. Sub #40: Sub Award Number; 13090009737. Sub #40: Recipient Name; Washington Hotel Lofts, LLC. Sub #40: Sub Award Amount; $2,144,488.00. Sub #40: POP Street Address; 2612 Washington St. Sub #40: POP - city, state, and postal code; Greenville, TX 75401-4269. Sub #41: Sub Award Number; 13090009756. Sub #41: Recipient Name; Buda Huntington Partners, LTD. Sub #41: Sub Award Amount; $1,593,040.00. Sub #41: POP Street Address; FM 118. Sub #41: POP - city, state, and postal code; Buda, TX 78610-9708. Sub #42: Sub Award Number; 13090009753. Sub #42: Recipient Name; Beaumont Leased Housing Associates I. Sub #42: Sub Award Amount; $3,409,016.00. Sub #42: POP Street Address; 1075 Pinchback Road. Sub #42: POP - city, state, and postal code; Beaumont, TX 77707-3226. Sub #43: Sub Award Number; 13090009757. Sub #43: Recipient Name; Blackshear Properties Of San Angelo, LLC. Sub #43: Sub Award Amount; $1,173,177.00. Sub #43: POP Street Address; Shelton, W. 17, W. 18, W. 19th, Brown, & Lillie Sts. Sub #43: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Angelo, TX 76903-0000. Sub #44: Sub Award Number; 13090009761. Sub #44: Recipient Name; CEVALLOS LOFTS LTD. Sub #44: Sub Award Amount; $7,000,000.00. Sub #44: POP Street Address; Adjacent Parcels at S. Flores and Cevallos. Sub #44: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Antonio, TX 78204-1617. Sub #45: Sub Award Number; 13090009713. Sub #45: Recipient Name; San Angelo River Place Apartments, L.P. Sub #45: Sub Award Amount; $980,345.00. Sub #45: POP Street Address; 501 Irene St. Sub #45: POP - city, state, and postal code; San Angelo, TX 76903-4258. Sub #46: Sub Award Number; 13090009758. Sub #46: Recipient Name; Bowie Garden Apartments, LP. Sub #46: Sub Award Amount; $2,827,801.00. Sub #46: POP Street Address; 4700 Blk of Bowie Rd. Sub #46: POP - city, state, and postal code; Brownsville, TX 78521-5586. Sub #47: Sub Award Number; 13090009748. Sub #47: Recipient Name; Mesquite Terrace Ltd. Sub #47: Sub Award Amount; $2,736,597.00. Sub #47: POP Street Address; 421 E. Thomas Rd. Sub #47: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pharr, TX 78577-5389. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 47 projects, resulting in the development of 5,927 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing And Economic Developme. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program TCAP. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Progam (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs associated with construction or rehabitation of affordable housing. Project Location: Street Address; 201 W Washington Ave Ste 700. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Madison, WI 53703-2760. Total Award Amount; $35,594,904.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES550100. Number of Sub-Awards; 16. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 5407. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Kenosha Harborside, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,053,895.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 51st Ave. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kenosha, WI 53142-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 5471. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Green Bay Senior Apartments, LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $3,854,395.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 2809 University Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Green Bay, WI 54311-5855. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 5312. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Glenbrook Community, LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,670,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 9151 N Jadam Ln. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milwaukee, WI 53224-1867. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 5418. Sub #4: Recipient Name; LOTS 2 AND 3, LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $2,525,047.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 8101 Mayo Dr. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53719-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 5456. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Hide House Lofts 60, LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,690,250.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 2625 S Greeley St. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milwaukee, WI 53207-2027. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 5446. Sub #6: Recipient Name; VETERANS MANOR, LLC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,760,474.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 720 N 35th St. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milwaukee, WI 53208-3305. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 5441. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Sheridan/Lincoln Redevelopment, LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $757,981.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 17th Ave, 15th Ave and 82nd Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kenosha, WI 53143-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 5428. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Fond Du Lac Townhomes, LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $1,924,227.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 188 S Military Rd. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fond du Lac, WI 54935-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 5457. Sub #9: Recipient Name; City Row Apartments, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $2,392,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 602, 614, 626 E Johnson Street. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Madison, WI 53703-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 5534. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Buena Vista Senior Housing, LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $1,940,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; W129N6845 Northfield Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Menomonee Falls, WI 53051- 0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 5476. Sub #11: Recipient Name; River Front Senior Apartments, LLC. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $724,080.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 475 Marion Rd. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Oshkosh, WI 54901-4719. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 5426. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Mission Village Of Menasha, LLC. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $2,426,802.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 1427 Kenwood Dr. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Menasha, WI 54952-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 5540. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Rolling Prairie Apartment Homes, LLC. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,850,718.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 405, 415, 425 Bird Street. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sun Prairie, WI 53590-0000. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 5436. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Beaver Dam Lake Historic Lofts, LLC. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $549,966.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 222 Beaver Dam. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Beaver Dam, WI 53916-0000. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 5469. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Empowerment Village National, LLC. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $1,232,626.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 1527 & 1537 W National Avenue. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milwaukee, WI 53204-0000. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 5318. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Johnston Center Re-Use, LLC. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $1,825,586.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 1230 W Grant St. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milwaukee, WI 53215-2732. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 18 projects, resulting in the development of 1,167 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing, Arizona Department Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) ARRA. Grant Award Summary; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides grant funding for capital investment in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects, which will ultimately provide affordable housing to low income households. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding these TCAP grants via a formula-based allocation to State housing credit allocation agencies. The housing credit agencies in each State shall distribute these funds competitively and according to their qualified allocation plan. Projects awarded low income housing tax credits in fiscal years 2007, 2008, or 2009 are eligible for funding, but housing credit agencies must give priority to projects that are expected to be completed by February 2012. Quarterly Project Description; 10 multifamly tax credit projects are underway in various stages with some that have secured financing, obtained permits and have begun construction. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Various Construction. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Phoenix, AZ 85007-2954. Total Award Amount; $32,308,066.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES040100. Number of Sub-Awards; 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 411-10. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Glendale Enterprise Live-Work Lofts, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,548,908.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Oregon, WI 53575-1447. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 403-10. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Sungate Villa II/Prescott Valley LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,454,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Phoenix, AZ 85014-3666. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 407-10. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Grl Apartments. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,635,429.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hartford, CT 06106-1915. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 409-10. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Oakwood Village III/Flagstaff LP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $2,654,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Phoenix, AZ 85014-3666. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 402-10. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Umom Family Housing LLLP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,233,722.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Phoenix, AZ 85008-6813. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 412-10. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Bethel Development, Inc. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $3,730,345.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dublin, OH 43017-3540. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 401-10. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Coral Pointe Apartments LLLP. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,279,920.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Phoenix, AZ 85008-6813. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 404-10. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Globe Pacific Associates, An Arizona Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $2,900,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Nampa, ID 83651-3922. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 406-10. Sub #9: Recipient Name; ITOM A'E. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $2,198,294.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Guadalupe, AZ 85283-3408. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 410-10. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Santa Fe Springs Apts SV L.P. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $2,496,357.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gilbert, AZ 85297-7610. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 11 new construction projects and 1 rehabilitation project, resulting in the development of 726 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing Authority, Delaware State. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Architect, Developer, Construction Manager, Electricans, Plumbers, Superintedent, Laborers. Project Location: Street Address; 18 The Green. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Dover, DE 19901-3612. Total Award Amount; $6,608,893.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES100100. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; DE-HDF-333-FY08-14. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Lexington Green Associates, L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,641,642.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1201 Kingstown Bldg. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Newark, DE 19702-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; DE-HDF-334-FY08-16. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Marcella's House, L.P. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,633,619.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 901-903 Washington Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wilmington, DE 19801-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded two rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 131 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Michigan State Housing Development Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; The Tax Credit Assistance Program is being used by the Authority to provide gap financing to affordable multifamily rental properties that are participating in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. Quarterly Project Description; Over 80% of TCAP funding is now committed with several additional projects to be presented for formal approval shortly. Additional awards have been made that are not yet formally committed via written agreement. Disbursements include a few projects where TCAP was used to pay down construction loans on projects where construction was otherwise complete (which HUD has instructed that the job count for these should be 0 as those jobs took place prior to formal TCAP commitment). Additionally, on other projects TCAP was disbursed for acquisition, so construction jobs are just getting started and no vendors are reported. Finally, several reimbursement requests are being submitted during the first week of April to draw down disbursed funds shown on this report that have not yet been requested from HUD. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; TCAP funding will generate construction jobs and various professional services jobs associated with the real estate development activity. Project Location: Street Address; 735 East Michigan Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Lansing, MI 48912-1474. Total Award Amount; $63,974,711.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES260100. Number of Sub-Awards; 25. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 3062 Park Meadows. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Park Meadows Of South Haven LDHA LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $950,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 11225 Park Meadows Dr. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; South Haven, MI 49090-6732. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 3173 Cass Plaza. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Cass Plaza Apartments Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,744,549.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 3550 Cass Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Detroit, MI 48201-2308. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 0552-2 Silver Maple. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Silver Maple Village 2009 Limited Dividend Housing Association L.L.C. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,116,869.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 677 Dewey St. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lapeer, MI 48446-1744. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 3206 Village of Roy. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Village of Royal Oak, LDHA. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $3,935,103.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 3412 Devon Rd. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Royal Oak, MI 48073-2336. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 3190 Maxwell Place. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Excel - Coastal III Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $757,772.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 72300 Erika Way. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; South Haven, MI 49090-7120. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 1868-2 Goodrich. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Goodrich LDHA. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $666,697.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 333 and 339 Division Ave S. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4527. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 3252 Alpine Alten Z. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Alpine Alten Ziemer II 2009 LDHA. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $549,032.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 120 Grandview Blvd. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gaylord, MI 49735-2025. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 3056 Sunrise Villag. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Sunrise Village Senior Apartments. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $660,233.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 155 Margaret St. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sandusky, MI 48471-1497. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 3145 Devon Square. Sub #9: Recipient Name; GDC - DS Limited Dividend Housing Association, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $1,920,927.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 1225 East Orchard St. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ferndale, MI 48220-3024. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 3023 Scott Building. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Scott Building Ltd Dividend Ho. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $632,317.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 103 E. Quincy. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hancock, MI 49930-2168. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 3334 Sycamore House. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Sycamore House, LLC. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $2,271,430.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 100 Sycamore St. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Durand, MI 48429-2116. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 0573-2 Butternut Cr. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Butternut Creek Preservation L. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $4,436,645.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 100 Butternut Dr. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charlotte, MI 48813-1170. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 3105 Midtown Villag. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Liberty Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $2,511,433.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 68 W 15th Ave. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Holland, MI 49423-3312. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 0919-2 Ballentine. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Greater Lansing Non-Profit Housing Corporation. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $1,375,067.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 821 N Pennsylvania. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lansing, MI 48906-5375. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 0575-2 Beacon Hill. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Beacon Hill Preservation Limited Dividend Housing Association. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $4,686,838.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 32 E Carleton Dr. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hillsdale, MI 49242-1620. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 3333 McCalla Greene. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Mccalla Greene Limited Dividend Housing Association. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $1,221,325.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 409 Canfield St. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Milan, MI 48160-1674. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 3129 Gateway Villag. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Gateway Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $1,426,293.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 218 Day Ave. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Frankfort, MI 49635-9575. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 3106 Windsong. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Windsong Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $2,365,173.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 3001 Valencia Dr. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ann Arbor, MI 48108-2599. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 2352-2 Woodside Squ. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Woodside Square 2009 Limited Dividend Housing Association L.L.C. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $1,770,635.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 35473 N Alexander. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Romulus, MI 48174-1701. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 0574-2 Greentree. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Greentree 2009 Limited Dividend Housing Association L.L.C. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $3,198,903.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 4320 Kalamazoo Ave SE. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kentwood, MI 49508-3609. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 0603-2 Freedom Plac. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Freedom Place Apartments Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $4,504,822.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 1101 W Warren Ave. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Detroit, MI 48201-3613. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 641-2 Greenbriar. Sub #22: Recipient Name; KBJ Greenbriar Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $753,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 121 S. Waverly Road. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Holland, MI 49423-3081. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; 3326 Ginger Square. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Ginger Square 2009 Limited Dividend Housing Association LLC. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $2,756,801.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 1200 Pennbrook Dr. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Owosso, MI 48867-4714. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; 0507-2 Longfellow. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Arbors Of Ludington Apartments Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $1,847,696.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 301 E. Court St. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ludington, MI 49431-1767. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; 3313 Sheldon Place. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Gaylord II Limited Dividend Housing Association Limited Partnership. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $2,190,000.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 915 Sheldon St. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gaylord, MI 49735-1950. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 3 new construction projects and 22 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 2,118 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; North Dakota Housing Financing Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) Assistance provided to qualified low income buildings for which North Dakota Housing Finance Agency (grantee) has made an allocation of low income housing tax credits under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. These projects will have equity investment but at pricing levels lower than necessary for project feasibility; TCAP will help fill this gap. Quarterly Project Description; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Project Activities Description; Low-Income & Subsidized Rental Housing. Description of Jobs Created; no jobs created yet - funded projects have all reported this to date. Project Location: Street Address; 2624 Vermont Ave. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bismarck, ND 58502-1535. Total Award Amount; $4,860,574.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; M09-ES380100. Number of Sub-Awards; 5. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; ND-09-00025/28. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Lakewood Townhomes. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $932,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 2920 Edgewater Loop SE. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mandan, ND 58554-6326. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; ND-09-00035. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Williston Senior Apartment Homes, LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,345,500.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; SE Corner of 24th Ave W & 27th St W. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Williston, ND 58801-2408. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; ND-09-00030. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Crossroads Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,363,262.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 1670 E Gateway Circle S. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fargo, ND 58103-3655. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; ND-09-00036/37. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Cedar Ridge North. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $725,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 725 Birch Court. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Grafton, ND 58237-1779. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; ND08-00018/19. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Primrose Apartment. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $461,553.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 3393 Primrose Court. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Grand Forks, ND 58201-5857. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded three new construction projects and two rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 201 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; South Carolina State Housing Finance And Development Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) funds for 2008 and 2009 LIHTC-funded developments. Grant Award Summary; TCAP funds totaling $12,110,126 have now been awarded to 8 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) developments previously awarded tax credits in 2008 and 2009. Funds were awarded to new construction developments totaling 380 units serving family and older person populations. Quarterly Project Description; TCAP funds are being awarded to fill funding gaps in developments previously awarded low-income housing tax credits, thereby allowing construction to begin. The first development began construction 12/09, and we anticipate the last developments reaching completion by 2/11. We estimate the minimum number of housing units to be created at 380. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created and retained are construction sector occupations. Representative job titles include bricklayer, carpenter, cement mason, drywall finisher, electrician, HVAC mechanic, insulation installer, laborer, painter, plumber, power equipment operator, roofer. Project Location: Street Address; 300-C Outlet Pointe Blvd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Columbia, SC 29210-5652. Total Award Amount; $25,384,973.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES450100. Number of Sub-Awards; 8. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 09013. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Bennettsville Green Associates Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,142,285.07. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Center Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bennettsville, SC 29512- 0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 09156. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Seven Farms Village, LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,118,041.89. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Daniel Island Drive. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charleston, SC 29492-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 09002. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Preserve At Collins Park, Llc The. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,562,119.34. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 2000 Block Harbour Lake Drive. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Goose Creek, SC 29445-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 09005. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Douglas Collins Park, LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,387,178.94. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 2001 Harbour Lake Drive. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Goose Creek, SC 29445-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 09003. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Bradley Bay Pointe, LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $757,231.38. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 1200 Block 10th Avenue North. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 09155. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Grandview Apartments, LLC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,448,140.62. Sub #6: POP Street Address; Magwood Drive. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charleston, SC 29414-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 09014. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Clinton Green Associates Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,365,130.28. Sub #7: POP Street Address; South Broad Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Clinton, SC 29325-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 09134. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Woda Pinecrest Greene. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $2,329,998.48. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Raoul Wallenberg Road. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charleston, SC 29407-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; South Dakota Housing Development Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program funds will be used to assist in the financing of housing tax credit developments. Grant Award Summary; Tax credit assistance program funds will be used to assist housing developers finance their housing developments. These developments have experienced financial feasibility issues due to a decline in equity pricing. Jobs to be created are maintenance and management jobs at the housing development site along with retaining construction jobs. Quarterly Project Description; Three housing developments have been approved for funding. The commitment agreements have been executed and first disbursement of funds is anticipated for April 2010. Project Activities Description; New Multifamily Housing Construction (except Operative Builders). Description of Jobs Created; There is an estimated 100 jobs to be created or retained by use of the TCAP funds. However, no TCAP funds have been disbursed so no jobs have been created or retained. Once construction of the developments begin it is anticipated that 95 construction jobs will be retained and an additional 5 management and maintenance jobs will be created. Project Location: Street Address; 3060 East Elizabeth. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Pierre, SD 57501-1237. Total Award Amount; $5,405,055.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES460100. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded three projects, resulting in the development of 136 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Illinois Housing Development Authority (Inc). Project Title; 'Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)'. Grant Award Summary; 'Develop affordable housing.' Quarterly Project Description; 'Objective: To provide affordable housing. Results: Hundreds of units of rental housing will be developed.' Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Project Manager, Financial Consultant,Development Team, Attorneys, Engineers, Bonding Company, Environmental, Appraisal, Soil Testing, Market Study, Accounting, Insurance, Architect, Paralegal, Concrete, Caisson, Escrow Agent Surveyors, Administrative, Development Design & construction, Admin. Aide, Technician, Graduate Geologist & Foundation workers, Laborers, Operators, Surveyors, Asessor, Site Supervisor, Lead Developer, Clerical, Carpenter, Geotechnical Engineers, Technical Typists, Steel Inspector, Interior Design, Leasing Agent, Iron Worker, Plumber, Mortgage Broker, Truck Drivers, Cement Mason. Project Location: Street Address; 401 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 700. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Chicago, IL 60611-4255. Total Award Amount; $94,676,979.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES170100. Number of Sub-Awards; 22. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 10056_ERP0221. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Spring Valley Senior Housing. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $4,584,198.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 201 West Fourth Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Spring Valley, IL 61362-1313. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2697_ERP0104. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Shelbyville Homes L.P. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,790,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Corner of Vandalia Ave. and Hickory Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Shelbyville, IL 62565-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2964_ERP0118. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Carbondale Neighbors Development, LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Carbondale, IL 62901-1506. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 2873_ERP0128. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Sandstone Hills. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $3,804,424.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 2728 East 13000 South Road. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hopkins Park, IL 60954-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 2860_ERP0110. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Wilmington Senior Housing. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $2,964,210.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Becky Avenue & Vista Drive. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wilmington, IL 60481-7801. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; TC-09-006. Sub #6: Recipient Name; St. Edmund's Commons Townhomes, LLC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $3,062,007.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 42-46, 108-114, 120-126, 205-215 E. 60th Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60637-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; TC-09-005. Sub #7: Recipient Name; King Legacy Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $5,012,335.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 1531 & 1545 S. Avers, 3800-3824 W, 16th St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60623-2459. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 2627_ERP0117. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Maple Ridge Affordable Housing. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $3,076,495.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 720 East Court Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Paris, IL 61944-2104. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 2729_ERP0111. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Rosa Parks. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $5,080,140.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; Various. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60624-1514. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 10038_ERP0225. Sub #10: Recipient Name; DKI-Zion LP. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $4,439,052.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 1503-1519 & 1521-1617 Lorelei Drive. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Zion, IL 60099-8807. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 2791_ERP0131. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Willow Heights Apartment Associates Limited Partnership. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $1,400,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 1460 Wellington Way. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Decatur, IL 62526-2604. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 2626_ERP0119. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Douglas County Apartments, LP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $653,983.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 200 Van Vorrhis St., 112 E. Daggy St.,400 S. Main St. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Tuscola & Atwood, IL 61953-7512. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 2935_ERP0103. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Bella Partners LP. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,178,444.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 100 & 101 Debra Lane. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waterloo, IL 62298-1491. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 2874_ERP0108. Sub #14: Recipient Name; South Chicago SA Associates. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $8,988,610.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 9233 South Burley Avenue. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60617-4613. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; TC-09-021. Sub #15: Recipient Name; 56th Street. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $8,597,950.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 5628 & 5630 S. Halsted. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60621-2231. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 2933_ERP0102. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Bella Partners LP. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $939,865.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 103 Debra Lane. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Waterloo, IL 62298-1491. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; TC-10-001. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Senior Suites Chicago Wright Campus, LLC. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $2,233,438.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 4255 N. Oak Park Avenue. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chicago, IL 60634-1418. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 2778_ERP0130. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Marion Supportive Living. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $1,790,328.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 1515 East DeYoung Street. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Marion, IL 62959-0000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 2945_ERP0116. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Berkshires Inc., NFP. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $3,459,093.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 104 and Route 29. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Taylorville, IL 62568- 7950. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 2857_ERP0129. Sub #20: Recipient Name; St Clair Supportive Living LP. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $1,656,251.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 921 Knollwood Village Road. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Caseyville, IL 62232-1807. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 2731_ERP0112. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Ashburton Grove, LLC. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $5,997,823.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 4730 Squaw Prairie Road. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Belvidere, IL 61008-9556. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 2942_ERP0121. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Sinai Village. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $6,601,858.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; East St. Louis, IL 62201- 1738. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 22 projects, resulting in the development of 1,333 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Kentucky Housing Corporation. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assitance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable rental housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; Architectural design, general contractor, developer, legal and consulting jobs and other jobs related to new construction and construction rehabilitation of multifamily rental units. Project Location: Street Address; 1231 Louisville Road. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Frankfort, KY 40601-6191. Total Award Amount; $31,616,176.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES210100. Number of Sub-Awards; 19. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; RB09-0525-01 Mason. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Mason Greene Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,391,564.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 340 Stokes Drive. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Monticello, KY 42633-1988. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; RB09-0521-01 Buckey. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Buckeye Community Eighteen, Lp. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $3,400,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 634 Morgantown Rd. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Franklin, KY 42134-1400. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; RT09-0579-01 Edgewo. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Edgewood Apartments, LLLP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $326,481.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 734 National Turnpike. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Munfordville, KY 42765- 9471. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; RT09-0582-01 Clover. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Cloverdale Apartments, LLLP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $549,354.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 510 West Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cloverport, KY 40111-9633. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; RB09-0550-01 Neigh. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Neighborhood Redevelopment C, Ltd. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,684,377.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Louisville, KY 40205-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; RB09-0578-01 Jackso. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Jackson Woods Apartments, LLLP. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,237,489.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 1012-16 S. Jackson. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Louisville, KY 40203-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; RT09-0563-01 Countr. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Summit Country Place Apartment. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 3023 Country Place Court. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hebron, KY 41048-9308. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; RB08-0576-02 KDVA H. Sub #8: Recipient Name; KDVA Homes 07 LLP. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $2,223,588.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Paducah, KY 42003-4502. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; RB09-0573-01 Albany. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Albany Heights, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $165,200.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 198 Albany Commons St. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Albany, KY 42602-1747. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; RB09-0577-01 St. Wi. Sub #10: Recipient Name; St. William Apartments, LLLP. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 1127 and 1137 S. 17th St. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Louisville, KY 40210-2400. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; RT09-0581-01 Lilac. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Lilac Apartments, LLLP. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $355,934.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 907 Carson Drive. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Leitchfield, KY 42754- 2073. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; RB09-0575-01 Wilar. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Wilart Arms Apartments, LLLP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $6,162,091.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 1797 Wilart Drive. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Louisville, KY 40210-2287. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; RT09-0519-01 Glasgo. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Glasgow Graded School Apartments, LLLP. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,283,507.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 311 S Liberty St. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Glasgow, KY 42141-2427. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; RB09-0567-01 Mt. Ve. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Mt. Vernon Heights, LLC. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $193,651.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 90 McBee Street. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mount Vernon, KY 40456- 2784. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; RT09-0580-01 Brentw. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Brentwood Of Clarkson, LLLP. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $334,779.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 328 N Patterson St. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Clarkson, KY 42726-7071. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; RB09-0520-01 Buckey. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Buckeye Community Twelve, LP. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $2,145,964.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 1265 Mt. Washington Rd. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Taylorsville, KY 40071- 9152. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; RT09-0517-01 Eastsi. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Eastside Revitalization III. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $839,101.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; Scattered Sites. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Covington, KY 41011-0000. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; RB08-0494-01 Prest. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Preston's Crossing. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $1,514,878.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; Town Branch Road. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Prestonsburg, KY 41653- 8503. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; RB09-0526-01 Wildew. Sub #19: Recipient Name; WILDEWOOD II. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $3,278,218.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 3910 Wynnbrook Drive. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Florence, KY 41042-3078. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 19 projects, resulting in the development of 849 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Business And Industry, Nevada Department Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) funds will be used to provide gap financing in the construction of new and/or acquisition and rehabilitation of existing affordable housing throughout Nevada. TCAP funds may be used for capital investment in eligible Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects. Projects that receive TCAP funds will be required to remain affordable for a period of no less than 15-years and will rent restrict the units and market them to income eligible households. Quarterly Project Description; The State of Nevada has entered into subaward agreements for five TCAP projects. Draws for this quarter were associated with the land closing costs of two of the five projects awarded. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created are non-construction in nature and associated with development start-up functions. As the construction season approaches, more jobs will be reported. Project Location: Street Address; 1535 Old Hot Springs Rd., Suite 50. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Carson City, NV 89706-0679. Total Award Amount; $15,184,795.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES320100. Number of Sub-Awards; 6. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 09-42. Sub #1: Recipient Name; College Villas L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 2421W Horizon Ridge Ste 110. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Henderson, NV 89052-2702. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 09-48. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Nevada H.A.N.D., Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 295 E Warm Springs Rd Ste 101. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Las Vegas, NV 89119-4212. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 09-58. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Cantwell-Anderson, Inc. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,450,270.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 733 S Hindry Ave #101. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Inglewood, CA 90301-3005. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 09-001. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Neil Road Senior Apartments, LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $2,618,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 888 W Second St Suite 308. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Reno, NV 89503-5650. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 09-40. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Nevada H.A.N.D., Inc. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $3,000,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 295 E Warm Springs Rd Ste 101. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Las Vegas, NV 89119-4212. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 09-002. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Sierra Ridge Limited Partnership. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $2,116,525.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 4110 Eaton Ave Suite A. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Caldwell, ID 83607-1780. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded six projects, resulting in the development of 759 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; The low number of jobs reported for the 1st Quarter of 2010, are due to The Townhomes at Abingdon Square project only being funded with 3.5% TCAP funds. This was the only project in which construction was happening during this reporting period. The work consisted of construction: general contractor, site contractors, carpentry, electrical, plumbing and heating. During the 1st Quarter of 2010, the Lochmere Meadows project was awarded TCAP funding. The disbursement was used for land acquisition and loan closing costs. Project Location: Street Address; 32 Constitution Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Bedford, NH 03110-6092. Total Award Amount; $8,269,787.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES330100. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 6. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Scs Development Corporation. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,078,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 63 Community Way. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Keene, NH 03431-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 8. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Lochmere Meadows Affordable Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,720,896.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 658 Union Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Laconia, NH 03246-2549. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 7. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Concord Area Trust For Community Housing. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,361,320.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 76 South State Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Concord, NH 03301-3520. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 5. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $200,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 20 Merrimack Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Manchester, NH 03101-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded four projects, resulting in the development of 97 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (Inc). Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. At completion, 623 units of rental housing will be constructed and/or rehabilitated by the 12 projects that received awards. There were 7 loans closed by 12/31/09, but construction has not started. None of the TCAP projects have requested disbursement since construction has not begun on any of the projects. We expect construction to begin on TCAP projects next quarter. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; There were no jobs retained or created this quarter. Project Location: Street Address; 344 4th St. SW. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102-3206. Total Award Amount; $13,876,558.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; M09-ES350100. Number of Sub-Awards; 12. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Casa Linda. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Casa Linda New Mexico Multi-Family 2007, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $344,249.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 100 East 17th Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Silver City, NM 88061-5610. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-La Pradera. Sub #2: Recipient Name; La Pradera Housing. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,072,232.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; SE Corner of Glorietta St and Del Paso Ave Hobbs, NM. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Taos, NM 87571-6078. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Villa Alegr. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Villa Alegre Senior LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,894,287.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 700 West Alameda. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Santa Fe, NM 87501-1408. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Southview. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Southview Place New Mexico Multi-Family 2007, LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $424,708.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 1300 West Avenue R. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lovington, NM 88260-0001. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Rio Abajo. Sub #5: Recipient Name; NM Rio Abajo New Mexico Multi-Family 2007, LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $526,265.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 1485 East 2nd. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; T OR C, NM 87901-3085. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Downtown 70. Sub #6: Recipient Name; DOWNTOWN@700-2ND. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $401,044.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 700 2nd St. NE. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Albuquerque, NM 87102-1518. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Belen. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Belen Crossing. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,600,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 1200 Court St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Belen, NM 87002-3350. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-La Villa El. Sub #8: Recipient Name; La Villa Elena New Mexico Multi-Family 2007, LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $359,734.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 201 Villa Elena Lane. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bernalillo, NM 87004-9115. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Sage. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Sage New Mexico Multi-Family 2007, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $386,368.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 110 Rudy Lane. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Gallup, NM 87301-7119. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Hilltop. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Hilltop Terrace. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $770,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 393 Canal Blvd. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; LOS LUNAS, NM 87031-6179. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-La Terraza. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Cannery Housing LLC. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $2,216,604.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; Cannery Court Farmingon, NM. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; DUBLIN, OH 43017-3540. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 09-TCAP-Villa Alegr. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Villa Alegre Family LLC. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $2,881,067.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 700 West Alameda. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; SANTA FE, NM 87501-1408. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Housing Finance Agency, Oklahoma. Project Title; TCAP Funding for Low Income Housing Development. Grant Award Summary; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides funding through HUD for capital investment in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects. The TCAP funds will be used to fill gaps caused by the collapse of the Tax Credit Equity Market and to assist development projects that have suffered from the malaise in the financial debt markets. Quarterly Project Description; At OHFA's January 21, 2010 board meeting, one additional TCAP award was made to a development that had previously been awarded TCAP and showed a need for additional funds. OHFA was required by the Statute to commit at least 75% of its TCAP award to eligible projects by February 19, 2010. All 14 projects awarded that had received an award of TCAP entered into signed written agreements with OHFA and were entered into the IDIS system by OHFA staff prior to the February 19, 2010 deadline. OHFA's first TCAP draw was processed on March 1, 2010 for just over $1.6M. No other draw requests were received last quarter. Due to extenuating circumstances it was necessary for the success and viability of two projects to have them return their TCAP awards. Therefore OHFA is now administering a total of 12 TCAP projects. Of those 12 TCAP projects 4 have completely cleared the environmental review process and the remaining 8 are all in various stages of that process. Project Activities Description; Administration of Housing Programs. Description of Jobs Created; Once construction begins on the projects we expect to see jobs created or retained in various area of employment relating to construction. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Oklahoma City, OK 73116-8208. Total Award Amount; $25,723,568.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES400100. Number of Sub-Awards; 1. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 09-TCP-6000. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Village At Oakwood, L.L.C. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,290,915.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 817 S.W. 59th Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Oklahoma City, OK 73109- 4807. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 12 new construction projects and 2 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 736 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; District Of Columbia, Government Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Gap financing for low income housing tax credit projects. Quarterly Project Description; TCAP awards were made October 29, 2009. Five projects, projected to produce 336 units of affordable housing were awarded a total of $11,019,048. Projects are undergoing further underwriting and will be funded when the loans close in January. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; No jobs yet created. Project Location: Street Address; 1800 Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd, SE. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Washington, DC 20020-0000. Total Award Amount; $11,644,346.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES110100. Number of Sub-Awards; 5. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 00001. Sub #1: Recipient Name; William C. Smith & Co., Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,300,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 3400 - 3520 13th Street, SE. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington, DC 20032-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 00004. Sub #2: Recipient Name; The Affordable Housing, Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,960,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 6030 - 6050 13th Place, NW. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington, DC 20011-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 00002. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Somerset Development Co LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,800,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 124 - 130 Webster Street, NW. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington, DC 20011-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 00005. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Parkside. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $2,145,048.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 600 Barnes Street, NE. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington, DC 20019-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 00003. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Artspace Projects, INC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $2,814,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 3305 - 3313 8th Street, NE. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington, DC 20017-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded five projects, resulting in the development of 336 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Idaho Housing And Finance Association. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors. Description of Jobs Created; Construction related jobs: plumbers, carpenters, painters, electricians, roofers, equipment operators, laborers, etc. Project Location: Street Address; 965 Hoopes Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Idaho Falls, ID 83404-0000. Total Award Amount; $8,753,622.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES160100. Number of Sub-Awards; 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; ARRA0910. Sub #1: Recipient Name; The Housing Company. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $734,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 401 Jacob Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; McCall, ID 83638-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; ARRA0902. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Ridgeview Apts LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $101,460.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1602 - 1831 Washington Ave. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Maries, ID 83861-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; ARRA0909. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Summerhill Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,900,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 965 Hoopes Ave. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Idaho Falls, ID 83404-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; ARRA0904. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Tullamore Commons LP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,140,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 3797 E. Carradale Ave. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Post Falls, ID 83854-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; ARRA0917. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Canyonside Wallace LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,041,493.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 1741 Burke Rd. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wallace, ID 83873-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; ARRA0916. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Galway, LLC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,120,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 2219 West Karcher Rd. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Nampa, ID 83651-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; ARRA0903. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Oak Lawn LLC, An Idaho Limited Liability Company. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $148,020.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 3330 - 3486 North 34th St. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Boise, ID 83703-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; ARRA0918. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Silver Creek Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $750,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; TBD Idahline Rd. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Post Falls, ID 83854-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; ARRA0901. Sub #9: Recipient Name; NWP Housing Partners, LLC. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $230,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 101 Park Circle. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Ketchum, ID 83340-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; ARRA0922. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Tullamore Seniors LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $588,649.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 3782 E. Carradale Ave. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Post Falls, ID 83854-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 10 projects, resulting in development of 436 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Indiana Housing And Community Development Authority. Project Title; State Tax Credit Assistance Progam. Grant Award Summary; IHCDA offers TCAP options to rental housing tax credit recipients to enhance development strength and encourage investment from traditional syndicator and investors sources. The TCAP assistance provided to a development is subject to the same limitations (including rent, income, use restrictions and compliance monitoring) imposed by IHCDA with respect to an award of rental housing tax credits to a development (i.e. as required under Section 42 of the IRC and its implementing regulations), and all other requirements of ARRA. TCAP funds can be used as a deferred loan with no interest or principal loan for 30 years, construction loans, bridge loans, loans utilized during the construction period to repay the construction loan, and in certain circumstances, as permanent loans. Quarterly Project Description; State Tax Credit Assistance Progam. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; The jobs being created are in the construction trade industry. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Indianapolis, IN 46204-3565. Total Award Amount; $38,048,333.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES180100. Number of Sub-Awards; 6. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-001. Sub #1: Recipient Name; 707 North, L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $9,215,595.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Indianapolis, IN 46202- 0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-007. Sub #2: Recipient Name; L And R Housing, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $6,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Indianapolis, IN 46203- 0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-002. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Wexford Of Michigan City, L.P. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $4,227,649.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Michigan City, IN 46360- 0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-004. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Stonegate Village New Castle. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $3,801,719.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Castle, IN 47362-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-006. Sub #5: Recipient Name; TH AND B, LP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $6,000,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Indianapolis, IN 46218- 0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; TCAP-09-003. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Herman & Kittle Properties, INC. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $3,465,240.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, IN 47374-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded seven projects, resulting in the development of 852 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Kansas Housing Resources Corp. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Develop affordable housing. Quarterly Project Description; KHRC has closed seven developments, allocating $15,349,671 of its TCAP funding. These seven developments are located in seven different communities and will create 166 affordable housing rental units. This places KHRC at a commitment level of 89.6%, surpassing the February 2010 75% commitment threshold. KHRC will provide TCAP funding to one more development during the second quarter of 2010. The Part 58 Environmental Review and the developer is finalizing the closing of all the financing. Construction has commenced on six of the seven deals. Three developments are substantially complete (50% or more), and the other three are just underway. Work on the other two deals will begin in the 2nd quarter of 2010, weather permitting. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Jobs created/retained through TCAP are residential construction in nature, including, but not limited to, Bricklayer, Stonemason, Carpenters, Cement Mason/Finisher, Electrician, Laborers, Painter, Plumber/Pipefitter, Power equipment operators (Backhoe, Front End Loader Operators, etc.), Roofer, and Soft Floor Layer. Project Location: Street Address; 611 S Kansas Avenue, Suite 300. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Topeka, KS 66603-3803. Total Award Amount; $17,121,110.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES200100. Number of Sub-Awards; 7. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-05 (Cornerst. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Cornerstone Apartments LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $958,698.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 13th and California. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Topeka, KS 66607-1619. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-02 (House to. Sub #2: Recipient Name; House To Home Bethany, LLC. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $3,765,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Bethany Neighborhood. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kansas City, KS 66102-5161. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-03 (Homestea. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Homestead Senior Residences Wamego, L.P. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $3,185,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Kaw Valley Drive Circle. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wamego, KS 66547-1218. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-06 (Southvie. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Southview Apartments Of Holton, L.L.C. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,982,800.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 110 S. Pennsylvania Avenue. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Holton, KS 66436-1579. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-04 (Fifth St. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Fifth Street Apartments, LP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $660,333.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 5th and Demick. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bird City, KS 67731-9796. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; TC09-0007 (Mesa Ver. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Mesa Verde Homes LP. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $3,158,090.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 35th and Meriden. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Wichita, KS 67204-3845. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; TCAP09-01 (McKinley. Sub #7: Recipient Name; McKinley Housing LLC. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,639,750.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Bunker and Aganippe Park Add. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Independence, KS 67301- 4355. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Maine State Housing Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides funds for capital investments in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects. Quarterly Project Description; MaineHousing has obligated $8,672,087.00 of the Tax Credit Assistance Program funds to three projects, two of which have started construction (66-unit rehabilitated family housing and 34-unit new construction elderly housing) and the third will be starting construction soon. The Tax Credit Assistance Program funds will be disbursed once each project has been completed. The two projects currently under construction should be completed in the fourth quarter of 2010, and the third project should be complete in the first quarter of 2011. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; these projects have created/retained the following jobs: construction managers, site workers, concrete, masonry, steel, carpentry, roofing, insulation, framing, sprinkler, elevator, plumbing, heating, and electrical foreman and laborers. Project Location: Street Address; 353 Water Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Augusta, ME 04330-4633. Total Award Amount; $10,690,750.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES230100. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded one new construction project and two rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 113 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient Web Site. [End of table] TCAP Grants That Did Not Meet Our Transparency Criteria: The following grant descriptions contained little or no information that allowed readers to understand the general purpose, scope and nature of activities, location, and expected outcomes. The award description information is taken directly from Recovery.gov. We did not edit it in any way, such as to correct typographical or grammatical errors. Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Alabama Housing Finance Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; By using the Full-Time Equivalent methodology sub-recipients have acknowledged the jobs created/retained are in the construction and technical services field. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Montgomery, AL 36117-8103. Total Award Amount; $31,952,086.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES010100. Number of Sub-Awards; 12. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2008001. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Hill Forest, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $4,454,750.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; E Side SheltonBeach Rd .3 miles N Moffett. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mobile, AL 36618-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2008014. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Brentwood Landing II Apartments, LTD. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $3,691,580.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; Covered Bridge Road. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Prattville, AL 36067-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2009005. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Solstice, Ltd. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $3,745,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; Century Boulevard. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Opelika, AL 36801-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 2009037. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Deerfield Place, Limited Partnership. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $845,160.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 238 Highland Avenue. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Eufaula, AL 36027-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 2008029. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Edgemont Village II, LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,695,658.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Edgemont Drive/off Hwy 80 East. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dempolis, AL 36732-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 2007069. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Rosewood Park, LTD. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,236,940.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 13107 Pounder-Sims Road. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Haleyville, AL 35565-0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 2009004. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Crestview Senior Cottages, LTD. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $3,863,210.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Wetumpka Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Prattville, AL 36067-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 2008010. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Grady's Walk, LTD. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $4,578,970.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Coe Diary Road and Third Avenue. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dothan, AL 36303-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 2008081. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Chastain Manor, LTD. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $1,904,200.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 34th Avenue East. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Tuscaloosa, AL 35406-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 2009072. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Mockingbird Pointe L.P. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $1,292,290.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; Rumbley Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Monroeville, AL 36461- 0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 2009075. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Jasper Housing II, Ltd. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $1,506,930.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; High Forest Lane. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jasper, AL 35501-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 2007026. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Mckenzie Court II, Ltd. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $0.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 2700 Martin Luther King Blvd. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded nine new construction projects, resulting in the development of 556 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; State, Louisiana Department Of. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; The Recovery Act appropriated $2.250 billion for the Tax Credit Assistance Program, a grant program to provide funds for capital investments in stalled Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The expected benefits of TCAP are to increase longevity of housing stock, produce tens of thousands of affordable housing units, and unlock private lending. Additionally, it will also meet HUD's overriding goal of creating and preserving jobs. The specific benefit of the TCAP Program will be to provide affordable rental housing to low-income households with attention in creating new or preserving existing jobs. LHFA will use the TCAP funds to fill financing gaps for LIHTC projects that have been unable to come to fruition due to decline in credit market and pricing. Quarterly Project Description; In addition to the 34 projects evidenced on last quarter's reports, the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency executed agreements for 12 new projects. We also committed extra TCAP Funds to 12 projects previously awarded and evidenced on last quarter's report. One project returned its TCAP Award and has been removed on this report. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; The Agency provided each developer with the HUD Recovery Act Jobs Reporting memorandum and allowed them to provide their job counts. The methodology they were instructed to use was to add the total hours worked by all employees funded by the Recovery Act and divide that number by the total hours in a full time schedule. The majority of jobs created are attributed to construction workers/laborers; whereas, the majority of jobs retained are due to site managers and security guards for the properties. Project Location: Street Address; 2415 Quail Drive. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Baton Rouge, LA 70808-0120. Total Award Amount; $39,383,397.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES220100. Number of Sub-Awards; 45. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-63. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Old Morrison Partners, LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 6729 West Laverne Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70126-2506. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 06(2)-123. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Canterbury House - Slidell, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 500 Spartan Drive. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Slidell, LA 70458-5154. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-17. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, Inc. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 1614b Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70113-1311. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; 08-68BF. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Muses II, LP, The. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $850,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 1731 Polymnia Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70113-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; 06(2)-120. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Sabine Pointe Subdivision. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 1201 Sabine Pointe Drive. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Vinton, LA 70668-4153. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; 06(2)-234. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Senior Residences Of Central, LP. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 10816 Live Oak Grove Drive. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70818-3800. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-20. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Liberty Place Apartments, L.L.C. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $465,000.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 2301 Toledano. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70115-5740. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; 07-14BF. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Mallard Crossings. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 11316 Greenwell Springs Road. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70814-0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-41. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Walnut Square Apartments. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 8501 I-10 Service Road. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70127-2463. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-27. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Classic Construction of New Orleans Venture II, LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $282,040.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 2201 Charbonnet Street. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70117- 2765. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-64. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Maumas Partners, LP. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; Maumas Street. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70131- 0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-55. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Emerald Properties, Inc. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 4254 5th Avenue. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lake Charles, LA 70607- 3873. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-42. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Partners-For-Progress, Incorporated. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 10008 Avenue L. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70807- 7010. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; 08-08BF. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Mallard Crossings. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 1900 Lobdell Avenue. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70806- 1725. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-45. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Dwx LLC. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; Power Centre Drive. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lake Charles, LA 70607- 7500. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; 07/08(GO)-52. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Grand Lake Elderly Housing, L.L.C. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $266,867.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 10104 Gulf Highway. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lake Charles, LA 70607- 8771. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; 06(2)-147. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Ridge Estates Of Hammond, Limited Partnership. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; JW Davis Drive. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hammond, LA 70403-0000. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-09. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Oaks Housing, L.P. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $200,000.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 1222 East 5th Avenue. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Oakdale, LA 71463-4000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-12. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Verona Estates. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $696,500.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; Church Street. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Rayville, LA 71269-0000. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; 06(2)-235. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Townhomes Of Sherwood Forest The. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 11150 Greenwell Springs Road. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70814- 7003. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-48. Sub #21: Recipient Name; New Covington Apartments LP. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 1027 Polders Lane. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Covington, LA 70433-5633. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-23. Sub #22: Recipient Name; New Savoy Place Phase II, Limited Partnership. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 3800 Desire Parkway. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70126- 5508. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-14. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Oakwood Terrace Subdivision. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 9215 Cedar Court. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70812- 0000. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-32. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Tudor Square Apartments, LLC. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $600,055.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 3011 Milan Street. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70125- 4633. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-52. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of The City Of Lafayette, The. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $833,528.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 500 Patterson Street. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lafayette, LA 70501-1849. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; 07/08(PC)-042. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Mt Carmel Gardens LLC. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $656,123.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; 5357 Prescott Road. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70805- 3000. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; 07-11(R). Sub #27: Recipient Name; St Landry Crossing Limited Partnership I, A Louisiana Partnership In Commendam. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $704,282.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; Penny Lane. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Opelousas, LA 70570-0000. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-71. Sub #28: Recipient Name; LaFitte Senior Housing Llc. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; 1050 South Jefferson Davis Parkway. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70125- 1200. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-43. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Renoir Acres Limited Partnership Ii, A Louisiana Partnership In Commendam. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $995,565.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; S. Beglis Parkway. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sulphur, LA 70665-0000. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-48. Sub #30: Recipient Name; Sulphur Retiremnet Community. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $379,031.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; 503 Cypress Street. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sulphur, LA 70663-5049. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-51. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Northern Abbeville Subdivision. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; North Lafitte Road. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Abbeville, LA 70510-2498. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-40. Sub #32: Recipient Name; Millers Crossing II Alpic. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; HWY 165 and Pearl Street. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; Monroe, LA 71202-0000. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-38. Sub #33: Recipient Name; River Bend Subdiviaion IV Alpic. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; $450,000.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; Seventh Street. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; Monroe, LA 71302-0000. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-50. Sub #34: Recipient Name; Georgetown Villages, L.P. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; $862,245.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; 6200 Morrison Road. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70126- 1510. Sub #35: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-61. Sub #35: Recipient Name; Indiana Partners, LP. Sub #35: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #35: POP Street Address; Indiana Avenue. Sub #35: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70114- 0000. Sub #36: Sub Award Number; 07/08(FA)-44. Sub #36: Recipient Name; Monet Acres Limited Partnership Ii, A Louisiana Partnership In Commendam. Sub #36: Sub Award Amount; $844,925.00. Sub #36: POP Street Address; Old Spanish Trail. Sub #36: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sulphur, LA 70665-0000. Sub #37: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-04(R). Sub #37: Recipient Name; North Abbeville Subdivision Ii Limited Partnership. Sub #37: Sub Award Amount; $384,622.00. Sub #37: POP Street Address; North Lafitte Road. Sub #37: POP - city, state, and postal code; Abbeville, LA 70510-2498. Sub #38: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-45. Sub #38: Recipient Name; York Homes, Limited Partnership. Sub #38: Sub Award Amount; $774,660.00. Sub #38: POP Street Address; Naebors Drive. Sub #38: POP - city, state, and postal code; Welsh, LA 70591-4863. Sub #39: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-12. Sub #39: Recipient Name; Hardwood Housing, L.P. Sub #39: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #39: POP Street Address; 5982 Street B. Sub #39: POP - city, state, and postal code; St. Francisville, LA 70775-4518. Sub #40: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-21. Sub #40: Recipient Name; Willowood Estates. Sub #40: Sub Award Amount; $250,000.00. Sub #40: POP Street Address; Aberdeen Drive. Sub #40: POP - city, state, and postal code; Harvey, LA 70558-0000. Sub #41: Sub Award Number; 07-12(R). Sub #41: Recipient Name; Hideaway Crossing Limited Partnership I, A Louisiana Partnership In Commendam. Sub #41: Sub Award Amount; $798,138.00. Sub #41: POP Street Address; Sabina Street. Sub #41: POP - city, state, and postal code; Sulphur, LA 70665-0000. Sub #42: Sub Award Number; 07/08(PC)-032. Sub #42: Recipient Name; Belhaven Trace Limited Partnership. Sub #42: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #42: POP Street Address; 1844 Glenmore Avenue. Sub #42: POP - city, state, and postal code; Baton Rouge, LA 70808- 0000. Sub #43: Sub Award Number; 09(PC)-49. Sub #43: Recipient Name; 715 South Washington, L.L.c. Sub #43: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #43: POP Street Address; 715 S. Washington St. Sub #43: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bastrop, LA 71220-5036. Sub #44: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-43. Sub #44: Recipient Name; Dorgenois Lofts LLC. Sub #44: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #44: POP Street Address; 2601 Perdido Street. Sub #44: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70119- 7436. Sub #45: Sub Award Number; 08(GO)-46. Sub #45: Recipient Name; Chateau Carre Apartments Limited Partnership. Sub #45: Sub Award Amount; $1,000,000.00. Sub #45: POP Street Address; 3000 Gentilly Boulevard. Sub #45: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Orleans, LA 70122- 3864. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 5 new construction projects and 37 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 2,734 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS, Recipient Web Site, and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Montana Board Of Housing. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Funding for Tax Credit Assistance Program. Quarterly Project Description; Develop Affordable Housing. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; construction jobs created and development jobs retained. Project Location: Street Address; 301 S. Park Rm 240. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Helena, MT 59601-6282. Total Award Amount; $7,818,360.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES300100. Number of Sub-Awards; 2. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; stmfsr-74-tc-10-002. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Big Boulder Residences, L.p. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $5,160,219.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 200 N Cruse Ave. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Helena, MT 59601-5018. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; stmfsr-74-tc-10-001. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Housing Authority Of Billings Inc. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,658,141.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 335-349 Sioux Lane. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Billings, MT 59101-0100. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded two new construction projects, resulting in the development of 68 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; New Jersey Housing And Mortgage Finance Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Both construction and non-construction jobs have been created/retained with Recovery Act funding. The FTE number of jobs has been calculated by adding the total number of hours worked in the quarter then dividing by a factor which equals a full- time job (520 or 455 hours), then reducing by the proportionate amount that each project is funded with Recovery dollars, per OMB/HUD guidance. Project Location: Street Address; PO Box 18550, 637 South Clinton Avenue. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Trenton, NJ 08650-2085. Total Award Amount; $61,243,670.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES340100. Number of Sub-Awards; 10. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; Waters Edge Apartme. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Community Investment Strategies Inc. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $2,479,035.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; Front & Magnolia Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Elizabeth, NJ 07206-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; The Oaks at Weather. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Oaks At Weatherby, LLC, The. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,877,388.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 1 Oaks Road. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Woolwich Twp, NJ 08085- 0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; Jones Road LLC, LIT. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Jones Road LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $826,500.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 8 Jones Road. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Medford, NJ 08055-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; Pjct Freedom @ Wood. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Project Freedom At Woodstown Urban Renewal, L.P. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $5,331,947.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; Bailey & Woodstown Alloway Rd. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Woodstown, NJ 08098-9474. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; Bailey Corner Housi. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Bailey Corner Housing Associates LLC. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $1,114,661.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; Rt 40 & Rt 45. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pilesgrove/Woodstown, NJ 08098-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; Providence Sq Hsg U. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Providence Square Housing Urban Renewal. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $3,757,257.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 55 Harvey Street. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Brunswick, NJ 08901- 0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; Parkside Senior Hou. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Parkside Senior Housing, L.P. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $3,483,621.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; 3-33 Parkside Street. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Somerset, NJ 08873-3473. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; Cape May Housing As. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Cape May Housing Associates, LLC. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $3,356,500.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; Bayshore & Town Bank Roads. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lower Township, NJ 08204- 0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; Glenview Townhouses. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Glenview Townhouses Urban Renewal Associates. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $2,750,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 20-28, 40-44 Barbara Place. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jersey City, NJ 07304-4103. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; Seashore Elder Hous. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Seashore Elder Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $3,338,865.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 22 W Jimmie Leeds Road. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Galloway, NJ 08205-9422. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 15 new construction projects, resulting in the development of 1,069 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS, Recipient Web Site, and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; West Virginia Housing Development Fund. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Title XII of the Recovery Act appropriated funds under the HOME Investment Partnerships Program heading for a grant program (Tax Credit Assistance Program) to provide funds for capital investments in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program properties. Tax Credit Assistance Program funds will be used to facilitate development of properties that received Low-Income Housing Tax Credit awards between October 1, 2006, and September 30, 2009. Quarterly Project Description; Tax Credit Assistance Program funds in the amount of $12,416,820 have been committed in IDIS(TCAP Written Agreements have been executed). No TCAP funds were expended during the reporting period. Project Activities Description; Affordable Housing. Description of Jobs Created; N/A. Project Location: Street Address; 814 Virginia Street, East. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Charleston, WV 25301-0000. Total Award Amount; $16,541,848.00. Project Status; Not Started. Award Number; M09-ES540100. Number of Sub-Awards; 0. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 2 new construction and 10 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 669 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Development Finance Authority Of Arkansas. Project Title; TCAP - Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; TCAP assistance may only be provided to Qualified Low-Income buildings for which a Housing Credit Agency has made an award of LIHTC under Section 42 of the IRS Code. Quarterly Project Description; ADFA is responsible for the administration of HUD's TCAP Program. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; * Project: Park Ridge at Conway III * Status Date: 01/31/2010 * 10.87 Jobs Created (concrete laborer and finisher; plumbers; dozer operator) * Project: Park Ridge at Conway III * Status Date: 02/28/2010 * 10.87 Jobs Created (none) * Project: Park Ridge at Conway III * Status Date: 03/31/2010 * 17.87 Jobs Created (Carpenter, sheet metal worker, electrician, roofer, floor layer) * Project: Park Ridge at Texarkana Phase II, LP * Status Date: 02/28/2010 * 6.31 Jobs Created (bulldozer operator, dump truck driver) * Project: Park Ridge at Texarkana Phase II, LP * Status Date: 03/31/2010 * 6.31 Jobs Created (Bulldozer operator, dump truck driver) * Project: Rock Creek of Conway * Status Date: 03/31/2010 * 7.29 Jobs Created (driver, plumber, laborer) * Project: Sunset Estates of Jonesboro, Limited Partnership * Status Date: 02/28/2010 * 6.00 Jobs Created (administrative staff) * Project: Sunset Estates of Jonesboro, Limited Partnership * Status Date: 03/31/2010 * 6.00 Jobs Created (administrative staff) * Project: The Villas of North Little Rock * Status Date: 01/31/2010 * 8.27 Jobs Created (dozer and backhoe operators) * Project: The Villas of North Little Rock * Status Date: 02/28/2010 * 8.27 Jobs Created (none) * Project: The Villas of North Little Rock * Status Date: 03/31/2010 * 8.27 Jobs Created (none). Project Location: Street Address; 423 Main Street, Suite 500. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Little Rock, AR 72201-0000. Total Award Amount; $20,463,053.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES050100. Number of Sub-Awards; 34. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; ARRA-002-T. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Villas Of North Little Rock, Limited Partnership, The. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 2601 Pershing Circle. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; North Little Rock, AR 72118-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; ARRA-012-T. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Courtyard Cottages Of Bryant, Phase II, L.P. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,003,325.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 210 B Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bryant, AR 72022-0000. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; ARRA-038-T. Sub #3: Recipient Name; RC Apartments Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $462,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 431 McCain Blvd. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; North Little Rock, AR 72116-0000. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; ARRA-015-T. Sub #4: Recipient Name; PDC Forty Two. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $126,336.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 921 Exchange Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Earle, AR 72331-0000. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; ARRA-024-T. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Garden Manor 2007 L.L.C. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 1400 N. Bridge Street. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jonesboro, AR 72401-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; ARRA-013-T. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Courtyard Cottages Of Jacksonville Phase I, L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $967,388.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 1600 South JP Loop Road. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jacksonville, AR 72076- 0000. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; ARRA-023-T. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Morrilton Housing Partners Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $949,542.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Lots 10 - 31 and 34--45 Legacy Drive. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Morrilton, AR 72201-0000. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; ARRA-028-T. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Pebble Creek Apartments, An Arkansas Limited Partnership. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $519,926.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; 301 Pebble Creek Drive. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mountain View, AR 72560- 0000. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; ARRA-010-T. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Ouachita Senior Community Development Limited Partnership. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 1401 S. Mena Street. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mena, AR 71953-0000. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; ARRA-022-T. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Fort Smith Housing Partners Limited Partnership. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; corner of Spradling, North Street, and Harris Street. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fort Smith, AR 72904-0000. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; ARRA-021-T. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Pine Meadows Limited Partnership. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 890 Pierce Street. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Camden, AR 71701-0000. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; ARRA-027-T. Sub #12: Recipient Name; North Acres 2007 L.L.C. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 1400 N. Bridge Street. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jonesboro, AR 72401-0000. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; ARRA-034-T. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Valley Estates Of Heber Springs, Limited Partnership. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 723 North Van Buren. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Heber Springs, AR 72543- 0000. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; ARRA-009-T. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Rural Housing Of Decatur. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 1251 Stadium Drive. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Decatur, AR 72722-0000. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; ARRA-025-T. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Home Harbor Hot Springs, LP. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $757,385.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; 501 Malvern Ave. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Hot Springs, AR 71901- 0000. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; ARRA-014-T. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Courtyard Cottages Of Jacksonville Phase II, L.P. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $731,869.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 1600 South JP Loop Road. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jacksonville, AR 72076- 0000. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; ARRA-029-T. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Pioneer Village Apartments Of Mountain View, An Arkansas Limited Partnership. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $418,000.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; 402 Knox Street. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mountain View, AR 72560- 0000. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; ARRA-035-T. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Valley Estates Of Stuttgart, Limited Partnership. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 202A East RichSmith Drive. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Stuttgart, AR 72160-0000. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; ARRA-032-T. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Orchards At Cabot, The. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $582,961.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 555 E. Mountain Springs Road. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Cabot, AR 72023-0000. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; ARRA-001-T. Sub #20: Recipient Name; Park Ridge At Conway Phase III, Limited Partnership. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 1985 Rich Smith Lane. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Conway, AR 72032-0000. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; ARRA-019-T. Sub #21: Recipient Name; Creekwood Place Limited Partnership. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; 901 Halligan. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Warren, AR 71671-0000. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; ARRA-030-T. Sub #22: Recipient Name; FFH OF Conway Limited Partnership. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 3203 Waco ST. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Fort Smith, AR 72903-0000. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; ARRA-031-T. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Meadows Apartments. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $100,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 70 Jack Dante Dr Apt D3. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dumas, AR 71639-0000. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; ARRA-036-T. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Woodbend II, L.P. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $900,000.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 501 A Valencia Drive. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Maumelle, AR 72113-0000. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; ARRA-037-T. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Keown Homes Limited Partnership. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $503,568.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; 4025 Apple Avenue. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Little Rock, AR 72206- 0000. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; ARRA-016-T. Sub #26: Recipient Name; Ridgeway Monticello, L.P., The. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; 206 E Gaines. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; Monticello, AR 71655-0000. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; ARRA-005-T. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Park Ridge At Texarkana Phase Ii, Limited Partnership. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; 601 Price Lane. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Texarkana, AR 71854-0000. Sub #28: Sub Award Number; ARRA-017-T. Sub #28: Recipient Name; PDC Thirty Four. Sub #28: Sub Award Amount; $189,890.00. Sub #28: POP Street Address; 130 West Cook Street. Sub #28: POP - city, state, and postal code; Forrest City, AR 72335- 0000. Sub #29: Sub Award Number; ARRA-033-T. Sub #29: Recipient Name; Orchards At Mabelvale, Limited Partnership, The. Sub #29: Sub Award Amount; $950,000.00. Sub #29: POP Street Address; 9501 Mabelvale Pike. Sub #29: POP - city, state, and postal code; Mabelvale, AR 72103-0000. Sub #30: Sub Award Number; ARRA-008-T. Sub #30: Recipient Name; Rural Housing Of Alma. Sub #30: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #30: POP Street Address; 200 Thickston Drive. Sub #30: POP - city, state, and postal code; Alma, AR 72921-0000. Sub #31: Sub Award Number; ARRA-026-T. Sub #31: Recipient Name; Northwest Regional Supportive Living, L.L.C. Sub #31: Sub Award Amount; $500,000.00. Sub #31: POP Street Address; Old Bergman Rd. Sub #31: POP - city, state, and postal code; Harrison, AR 72601-0000. Sub #32: Sub Award Number; ARRA-018-T. Sub #32: Recipient Name; WM Housing Partners Limited Partnership. Sub #32: Sub Award Amount; $971,496.00. Sub #32: POP Street Address; 2416 E Barton Avenue. Sub #32: POP - city, state, and postal code; West Memphis, AR 72301- 0000. Sub #33: Sub Award Number; ARRA-006-T. Sub #33: Recipient Name; Sunset Estates Of Jonesboro, Limited Partnership. Sub #33: Sub Award Amount; $350,000.00. Sub #33: POP Street Address; 1101 Mays Avenue. Sub #33: POP - city, state, and postal code; Jonesboro, AR 72401-0000. Sub #34: Sub Award Number; ARRA-011-T. Sub #34: Recipient Name; Courtyard Cottages Of Bryant, Phase I, L.P. Sub #34: Sub Award Amount; $979,367.00. Sub #34: POP Street Address; 210 B Street. Sub #34: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bryant, AR 72022-0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 20 new construction projects and 16 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 1,655 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Utah Housing Corporation. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the curent market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; The funding helped create and maintain the following classifications: Plumbers, Carpenters, Electricians, Laborers, and Drywall Hangers. Project Location: Street Address; 2479 South Lake Park Blvd. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: West Valley City, UT 84120-8217. Total Award Amount; $11,639,074.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES490100. Number of Sub-Awards; 3. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; 2008-23. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Heritage House Washington Terrace, LLC. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $199,378.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 277 East 5000 South. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Washington Terrace, UT 84405-0000. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; 2011-20. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Florentine Villas Holdings, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $1,351,563.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 7508 South Siena Vista Lane. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Midvale, UT 84047-0047. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; 2009-13. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Riverwood Cove LLC. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $896,588.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 285North Riverside Dr. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Salt Lake City, UT 84116- 0000. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded seven new construction and five rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 959 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Vermont Housing Finance Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; for this quarter: Grand Way II: .43 Salmon Run: 2.11 Pleasant St.: .50 Pine Manor: .38 Total: 3.42 jobs. Project Location: Street Address; 164 St. Paul Street, PO Box 408. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Burlington, VT 05401-4634. Total Award Amount; $5,416,546.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES500100. Number of Sub-Awards; 4. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TCAP1. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Salmon Run Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,500,000.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 123 St Paul Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Burlington, VT 05401-8411. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TCAP5. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Pleasant Street Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $200,000.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 123 St Paul Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Burlington, VT 05401-8411. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TCAP3. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Pine Manor Housing Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $270,000.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 123 St Paul Street. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Burlington, VT 05401-8411. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; TCAP2. Sub #4: Recipient Name; GWC II Limited Partnership. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $2,260,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 412 Farrell Street. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; South Burlington, VT 05403- 4466. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded one new construction project, and three rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 129 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Construction - electrical, masonry, drywall, etc.; architectural, legal and engineering fees. Project Location: Street Address; 211 N Front Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Harrisburg, PA 17101-1406. Total Award Amount; $95,050,396.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES420100. Number of Sub-Awards; 27. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TC2009-540. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Francisville East LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $797,390.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; 1500-1533 Poplar Street. Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19130- 1619. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TC2010-507. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Newcourtland Apartments At Cliveden, L.P. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $4,174,970.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; 301-305 West Johnson Street. Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19144- 3103. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TC2010-502. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Evelyn Sanders 2 LP. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $4,106,106.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; 3000 Block of Percy and Hutchinson Streets. Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19133- 1829. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; TC2010-506. Sub #4: Recipient Name; 509 Ashbourne Road, LP. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $7,415,130.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; 509 Ashbourne Road. Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Elkins Park, PA 19027-2503. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; TC2009-543. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Help PA Affordable Housing I, L.P. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $3,887,047.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; 6100-6150 & 6250 Eastwick Avenue. Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19151- 3424. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; TC2009-534. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Fairgrounds Housing Partnership II L.P. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $7,174,201.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; 12th & Engle Streets. Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Chester, PA 19013-2613. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; TC2009-537. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Westminster Place At Carroll Village, L.P. I. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,831,168.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; Old Gettysburg Road & Tristan Drive. Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dillsburg, PA 17019-1638. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; TC2010-583. Sub #8: Recipient Name; Beaver Farm Apartments. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $1,281,903.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; East Bishop Street. Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Bellefonte, PA 16823-1940. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; TC2010-512. Sub #9: Recipient Name; North Hills Housing II, LP. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $1,578,290.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; 110 McIntyre Road. Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pittsburgh, PA 15237-4008. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; TC2009-536. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Historic Iroquois Hotel Senior Apartments, LP. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $492,052.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; 202-204 Third Street. Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; New Cumberland, PA 17070- 2108. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; TC2009-533. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Westminster Place At Windy Hill Village, L.P., I. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $1,351,110.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; 100 Dogwood Drive. Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Phillipsburg, PA 16866- 1982. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; TC2010-510. Sub #12: Recipient Name; Presser Senior Apartments, LP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $2,259,189.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; 101 W. Johnson Street. Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19144- 1911. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; TC2009-548. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Roymar Hall Lp. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $1,619,112.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; 1128 East Lincoln Highway. Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Coatsville, PA 19320-3569. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; TC2009-517. Sub #14: Recipient Name; South Hills Retirement Residence LP. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $788,742.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; 101 Ruth Street. Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pittsburgh, PA 15211-2308. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; TC2009-522. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Oak Hill I Limited Partnership. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $6,922,297.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; Oak Hill Drive and Wadsworth Drive. Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2334. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; TC2009-539. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Stewartstown Courtyard LP. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $5,594,162.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; 14 South Hill Street. Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Stewartstown, PA 17363- 4019. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; TC2009-547. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Allegheny Pointe Limited Partnership. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $3,115,147.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; Chestnut Lane. Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Apollo, PA 15613-1272. Sub #18: Sub Award Number; TC2010-519. Sub #18: Recipient Name; Nicetown Housing Partners, LP. Sub #18: Sub Award Amount; $6,115,991.00. Sub #18: POP Street Address; 4000 Blocks of Germantown Avenue. Sub #18: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19140- 1749. Sub #19: Sub Award Number; TC2009-544. Sub #19: Recipient Name; Greystone Apartments, L.P. Sub #19: Sub Award Amount; $1,332,138.00. Sub #19: POP Street Address; 830 Hamilton Street. Sub #19: POP - city, state, and postal code; Allentown, PA 18101-2422. Sub #20: Sub Award Number; TC2009-538. Sub #20: Recipient Name; St. Stanislaus Associates, L.P. Sub #20: Sub Award Amount; $2,422,713.00. Sub #20: POP Street Address; 141 Old Newport Street. Sub #20: POP - city, state, and postal code; Nanticoke, PA 18634-1327. Sub #21: Sub Award Number; TC2009-504. Sub #21: Recipient Name; North Hills Housing L.P. Sub #21: Sub Award Amount; $1,881,738.00. Sub #21: POP Street Address; McIntyre Road. Sub #21: POP - city, state, and postal code; Pittsburgh, PA 15237-4008. Sub #22: Sub Award Number; TC2009-507. Sub #22: Recipient Name; Osun Village Partnership LP. Sub #22: Sub Award Amount; $750,198.00. Sub #22: POP Street Address; 2308-2314 Grays Ferry Avenue. Sub #22: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19146- 1137. Sub #23: Sub Award Number; TC2010-582. Sub #23: Recipient Name; Uniontown Elm Street Senior Housing LP. Sub #23: Sub Award Amount; $2,800,000.00. Sub #23: POP Street Address; 114 North Gallatin Avenue. Sub #23: POP - city, state, and postal code; Uniontown, PA 15401-2921. Sub #24: Sub Award Number; TC2009-512. Sub #24: Recipient Name; Mantua Phase II, L.P. Sub #24: Sub Award Amount; $2,000,000.00. Sub #24: POP Street Address; 600 Blocks of N. 35th & 36th Streets. Sub #24: POP - city, state, and postal code; Philadelphia, PA 19104- 1907. Sub #25: Sub Award Number; TC2010-504. Sub #25: Recipient Name; Delaware Terrace Housing I, LP. Sub #25: Sub Award Amount; $2,223,919.00. Sub #25: POP Street Address; James and Kleinhans Streets. Sub #25: POP - city, state, and postal code; Easton, PA 18042-6772. Sub #26: Sub Award Number; TC2009-541. Sub #26: Recipient Name; 326 N. Walnut Street LP. Sub #26: Sub Award Amount; $5,679,384.00. Sub #26: POP Street Address; 326 North Walnut Street. Sub #26: POP - city, state, and postal code; West Chester, PA 19380- 2624. Sub #27: Sub Award Number; TC2009-542. Sub #27: Recipient Name; Park Avenue Apartments Associates, LP. Sub #27: Sub Award Amount; $1,365,625.00. Sub #27: POP Street Address; 255 Park Avenue. Sub #27: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lancaster, PA 17602-2304. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 17 new construction and 10 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 1,241 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Virginia Housing Development Authority. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; Disbursed funds to three projects this quarter and four projects total representing 24.46% of the total award. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Reflects pro-rata job hours for properties just beginning pre-development and construction activities. Project Location: Street Address; 601 South Belvidere Street. Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Richmond, VA 23220-6500. Total Award Amount; $44,247,749.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M09-ES510100. Number of Sub-Awards; 17. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; VA0908001. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Fairhills Homes LP. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $9,582,248.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23223-5069. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; VA1055001. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Short 18th Street Housing, LP. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $564,737.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Charlottesville, VA 22902- 5401. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; VA0904001. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Clarke Manor, Limited Partnership. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $4,279,090.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Portsmouth, VA 23704-3854. Sub #4: Sub Award Number; VA0903001. Sub #4: Recipient Name; Claiborne Square LLC. Sub #4: Sub Award Amount; $1,900,000.00. Sub #4: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #4: POP - city, state, and postal code; Petersburg, VA 23803-6338. Sub #5: Sub Award Number; VA0979001. Sub #5: Recipient Name; Nauck Development Partners-1, LP. Sub #5: Sub Award Amount; $2,397,802.00. Sub #5: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #5: POP - city, state, and postal code; Arlington, VA 22206-0000. Sub #6: Sub Award Number; VA0918001. Sub #6: Recipient Name; Riverside Place Apartments, L.L.C. Sub #6: Sub Award Amount; $413,521.00. Sub #6: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #6: POP - city, state, and postal code; Damascus, VA 24236-3161. Sub #7: Sub Award Number; VA0917001. Sub #7: Recipient Name; Orcutt Townhomes Iii Limited Partnership. Sub #7: Sub Award Amount; $1,004,231.00. Sub #7: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #7: POP - city, state, and postal code; Newport News, VA 23607- 3518. Sub #8: Sub Award Number; VA0902001. Sub #8: Recipient Name; CC South Senior Apartments, L.P. Sub #8: Sub Award Amount; $4,002,742.00. Sub #8: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #8: POP - city, state, and postal code; Falls Church, VA 22046- 4400. Sub #9: Sub Award Number; VA0911001. Sub #9: Recipient Name; Bland Housing I Limited Partnership, James. Sub #9: Sub Award Amount; $2,056,530.00. Sub #9: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #9: POP - city, state, and postal code; Alexandria, VA 22314-1627. Sub #10: Sub Award Number; VA0980001. Sub #10: Recipient Name; Model Tax Credit, LLC. Sub #10: Sub Award Amount; $3,398,177.00. Sub #10: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #10: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23224-6600. Sub #11: Sub Award Number; VA1056001. Sub #11: Recipient Name; Victoria Ridge, LLC. Sub #11: Sub Award Amount; $592,046.00. Sub #11: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #11: POP - city, state, and postal code; Lynchburg, VA 24504-2235. Sub #12: Sub Award Number; VA0975001. Sub #12: Recipient Name; TMG Richmond IV, LP. Sub #12: Sub Award Amount; $1,617,212.00. Sub #12: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #12: POP - city, state, and postal code; Richmond, VA 23223-2547. Sub #13: Sub Award Number; VA0978001. Sub #13: Recipient Name; Hamilton Place, LP. Sub #13: Sub Award Amount; $809,573.00. Sub #13: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #13: POP - city, state, and postal code; Portsmouth, VA 23707-4549. Sub #14: Sub Award Number; VA0976001. Sub #14: Recipient Name; Chesapeake Apartment Associates, L.P. Sub #14: Sub Award Amount; $2,350,000.00. Sub #14: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #14: POP - city, state, and postal code; Dumfries, VA 22026-2729. Sub #15: Sub Award Number; VA0925001. Sub #15: Recipient Name; Twin Canal Associates, L.P. Sub #15: Sub Award Amount; $8,596,245.00. Sub #15: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #15: POP - city, state, and postal code; Virginia Beach, VA 23453- 2016. Sub #16: Sub Award Number; VA1054001. Sub #16: Recipient Name; Phelps Road Partners, LP. Sub #16: Sub Award Amount; $400,000.00. Sub #16: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #16: POP - city, state, and postal code; Amherst, VA 24521-0000. Sub #17: Sub Award Number; VA0977001. Sub #17: Recipient Name; Louisa United Methodist Housing, L.P. Sub #17: Sub Award Amount; $283,595.00. Sub #17: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #17: POP - city, state, and postal code; Louisa, VA 23093-6553. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 16 projects, resulting in the development of 1,441 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS. [End of table] Recovery.gov information. Recipient Name; Tennessee Housing Development Agency. Project Title; Tax Credit Assistance Program. Grant Award Summary; Tax Credit Assistance Program provides funding assistance for affordable rental housing projects that have been allocated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and need additional equity. Quarterly Project Description; The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) will provide direct funding assistance to eligible Low-income Housing Tax Credit projects. The new program is intended primarily to supplement affordable housing developments that have been unable to secure adequate equity commitments in the current market. Project Activities Description; Housing Development, Construction & Management. Description of Jobs Created; Apartment Manager, Assistant Manager, Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Technician, electricians, plumbers, mechanics, operators, carpenters, sheet metal workers, and laborers. Project Location: Street Address; (Information not reported). Place of performance - city, state, and postal code; Recovery.gov information: Nashville, TN 37219-1505. Total Award Amount; $39,032,515.00. Project Status; Less Than 50% Completed. Award Number; M-09-ES-47-0100. Number of Sub-Awards; 3. Sub #1: Sub Award Number; TN09?202. Sub #1: Recipient Name; Beersheba II, L.P. Sub #1: Sub Award Amount; $1,235,068.00. Sub #1: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #1: POP - city, state, and postal code; McMinnville, TN 37110-2583. Sub #2: Sub Award Number; TN09?201. Sub #2: Recipient Name; Model City II, L.P. Sub #2: Sub Award Amount; $2,896,658.00. Sub #2: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #2: POP - city, state, and postal code; Kingsport, TN 37660-2403. Sub #3: Sub Award Number; TN07-212. Sub #3: Recipient Name; Pedcor Investments-2006-XCIV, L.P. Sub #3: Sub Award Amount; $2,470,913.00. Sub #3: POP Street Address; (Information not reported). Sub #3: POP - city, state, and postal code; Goodlettsville, TN 37072- 4174. Information GAO gathered to improve the description; Recovery.gov information: The recipient funded 11 new construction projects and 18 rehabilitation projects, resulting in the development of 3,566 units. See table 25 for details. Sources for Supplemental Information; IDIS and Recipient. [End of table] Appendix IV Footnotes: [1] HFAs in each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands receive LIHTC allocations. The Recovery Act directed HUD to distribute TCAP funds in accordance with the fiscal year 2008 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) formula allocations to state participating jurisdictions, thereby limiting the funds to states as defined by the HOME (HOME formula). Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands are defined as "insular areas" under HOME, rather than as "states" and, therefore, did not receive TCAP funds. While TCAP funds were distributed based on the HOME formula, HOME requirements generally do not apply to TCAP funds. [2] HUD officials stated that the Department awarded 52 grants totaling $2.25 billion as of March 31, 2010. HUD explained that Recovery.gov reflects information on open grants and therefore does not reflect the entire universe of funded recipients. While 52 grants were awarded, only 51 were reported into Recovery.gov as of March 31, 2010. The housing finance agency for Rhode Island was granted an extension for the reporting period due to flooding in the state. [End of section] Appendix V: Supplemental Information on Funded Projects and Activities: The following tables contain information that GAO gathered to improve the descriptions of the Public Housing Capital Fund Program (Capital Fund) and Community Development Block Grant-Recovery Program (CDBG-R) grants that funded five or more activities, and all of the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) grants we reviewed. That is, in cases when descriptions partially met or did not meet the transparency criteria, we attempted to obtain the missing information from Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) information systems. If information was not available or was unclear from HUD information systems we attempted to obtain additional information from HUD and recipient Web sites, HUD officials, or recipients. Because some of this information was too extensive to include as a supplemental paragraph to the Recovery.gov records we reviewed (Appendixes II, III, and IV), we summarize the information available on each funded project or activity by program in the tables below. For more information on our scope and methodology, see appendix I. Capital Fund Program: Three of the grants we reviewed funded five or more projects or activities. We summarize below the available information on each of the projects or activities funded through these grants, including the project name, description, number of units planned for rehabilitation, and funding amount for each individual project or activity. Table 8: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the Chicago Housing Authority: Project name: Dearborn Homes; Project description: Comprehensive rehabilitation of 172 units of housing for Phase IV development; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 172; ARRA funding amounts: $28,949,433. Project name: Wentworth Gardens; Project description: Complete rehabilitation of 343 units of family housing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 343; ARRA funding amounts: $70,211. Project name: Wentworth Annex; Project description: Complete rehabilitation of 14 units of family housing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 14; ARRA funding amounts: $1,855,667. Project name: Kenmore Senior Apartments; Project description: Comprehensive rehabilitation of 100 units of senior housing, which includes energy-efficient improvements; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $16,788,756. Project name: Lawndale Apartments; Project description: Comprehensive rehabilitation of 62 units of family housing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 62; ARRA funding amounts: $8,307,767. Project name: Unit Accessibility Upgrades; Project description: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades to 55 scattered-site, family units for people with disabilities, and made ADA upgrades to 169 senior units for elderly population; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 224; ARRA funding amounts: $6,437,794. Project name: Washington Park Low-Rises; Project description: Comprehensive rehabilitation of 42 units of family housing for Phase IV development; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 42; ARRA funding amounts: $8,169,858. Project name: Altgeld Gardens and Phillip Murray Homes; Project description: Comprehensive rehabilitation of 120 units of family housing for Phase IV development; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 240; ARRA funding amounts: $39,772,774. Project name: ABLA Homes; Project description: Demolition of 22 vacant, impaired row houses; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 168; ARRA funding amounts: $1,063,030. Project name: Harold Ickes Homes; Project description: Demolition of six vacant, impaired buildings; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 536; ARRA funding amounts: 3,234,100. Project name: Nondwelling building; Project description: Demolition of one vacant administrative building at 4440 S. Cottage Grove; Total units planned for rehabilitation: [Empty]; ARRA funding amounts: $137,000. Project name: Security Camera System; Project description: Installation of security cameras throughout Chicago Housing Authority's portfolio; projected 12,609 units will benefit from camera system; includes all senior-designated properties. Connection of cameras to Chicago Police Department and the City of Chicago Office of Emergency; Total units planned for rehabilitation: [Empty]; ARRA funding amounts: $22,630,957. Source: Recipient. Note: This recipient also funded administrative and other costs. [End of table] Table 9: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the New York City Housing Authority: Project name: 344 East 28th Street; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair (this provision relates to repair requirements for deteriorated facades); Total units planned for rehabilitation: 225; ARRA funding amounts: $1,068,986.00. Project name: 830 Amsterdam Avenue; Project description: Water tank; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 159; ARRA funding amounts: $339,667.02. Project name: 830 Amsterdam Avenue; Project description: Elevators; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 159; ARRA funding amounts: $680,340.00. Project name: Adams; Project description: Roof replacement and asbestos abatement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 782; ARRA funding amounts: $3,925,000.00. Project name: Amsterdam Addition; Project description: Roof replacement and related work; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $21,552.00. Project name: Amsterdam Addition; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 175; ARRA funding amounts: $2,807,224.00. Project name: Armstrong I and II; Project description: Brickwork repair and roofing replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 390; ARRA funding amounts: $20,787,302.00. Project name: Baisley Park; Project description: Roof replacement and brickwork repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 386; ARRA funding amounts: $5,522,504.18. Project name: Baisley Park; Project description: Women's locker room; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $223,750.00. Project name: Bay View; Project description: Section 504-related work at Bay View management office; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1; ARRA funding amounts: $17,761.62. Project name: Bay View; Project description: Stairhall windows replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1610; ARRA funding amounts: $24,341.38. Project name: Bay View; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1610; ARRA funding amounts: $4,798,733.00. Project name: Baychester; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 441; ARRA funding amounts: $3,717,043.00. Project name: Beach 41st Street-Beach Channel Drive; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 712; ARRA funding amounts: $6,400,118.75. Project name: Beach 41st Street-Beach Channel Drive; Project description: Heating upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 712; ARRA funding amounts: $272,990.00. Project name: Bedford-Stuyvesant; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 28; ARRA funding amounts: $388,351.00. Project name: Betances; Project description: Firestopping and apartment restoration; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 309; ARRA funding amounts: $3,222,656.01. Project name: Betances II; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 32; ARRA funding amounts: $571,244.94. Project name: Boston Secor; Project description: Fuel oil tank replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 538; ARRA funding amounts: $256,894.57. Project name: Boulevard; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1441; ARRA funding amounts: v6,295,078.00. Project name: Bushwick; Project description: Exterior brickwork; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1220; ARRA funding amounts: $29,268.00. Project name: Bushwick; Project description: Brickwork and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1220; ARRA funding amounts: $5,368,491.00. Project name: Castle Hill; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 2025; ARRA funding amounts: $7,001,864.00. Project name: Chelsea; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 311; ARRA funding amounts: $1,653,945.00. Project name: College Point; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 13; ARRA funding amounts: $635,411.76. Project name: Conlon Low-Income Housing for the Elderly (LIHFE) Towers; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 216; ARRA funding amounts: $694,400.00. Project name: Drew Hamilton; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1028; ARRA funding amounts: $54,786.39. Project name: Drew Hamilton; Project description: Building façade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 719; ARRA funding amounts: $8,220,982.61. Project name: Eagle Avenue-East 163rd Street; Project description: Roof replacement at 905 Eagle Avenue; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 66; ARRA funding amounts: $598,021.00. Project name: Eastchester Gardens; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 877; ARRA funding amounts: $4,325,607.00. Project name: Garvey (Group A); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 321; ARRA funding amounts: $2,475,251.54. Project name: Hammel; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 50; ARRA funding amounts: $15,065.00. Project name: Highbridge Gardens; Project description: Brick repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 700; ARRA funding amounts: $1,936,731.00. Project name: Highbridge (Anderson Avenue); Project description: Brick repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 135; ARRA funding amounts: $3,322,162.31. Project name: Highbridge (Nelson Avenue); Project description: Brick repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 80; ARRA funding amounts: $1,914,484.00. Project name: Independence; Project description: Roof replacement and brickwork; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 744; ARRA funding amounts: $6,434,505.00. Project name: Johnson; Project description: Vacuum pumps, condensate pumps, zone valves; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1308; ARRA funding amounts: $392,150.00. Project name: King Towers; Project description: Elevator replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1378; ARRA funding amounts: $7,382,613.31. Project name: Kingsborough; Project description: Heating upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1163; ARRA funding amounts: $2,907,688.00. Project name: Latimer Gardens; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 423; ARRA funding amounts: $889,063.95. Project name: Leavitt Street-34th Avenue; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 83; ARRA funding amounts: $655,000.00. Project name: Lehman; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 307; ARRA funding amounts: $1,097,691.78. Project name: Linden; Project description: Roof tank replacement (two 10k gallon tanks); Total units planned for rehabilitation: 192; ARRA funding amounts: $17,055.55. Project name: Linden; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1586; ARRA funding amounts: $14,646.35. Project name: Linden; Project description: Upgrade of entrances and exits; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1586; ARRA funding amounts: $5,247,627.10. Project name: Lower East Side I Infill; Project description: Elevator rehabilitations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 72; ARRA funding amounts: $752,026.00. Project name: Lower East Side II; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 188; ARRA funding amounts: $902,000.00. Project name: Lower East Side Rehab (Group 5); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 55; ARRA funding amounts: $516,618.00. Project name: Manhattanville; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $66,984.00. Project name: Manhattanville; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1268; ARRA funding amounts: $3,014,468.00. Project name: Manhattanville (Group II); Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 16; ARRA funding amounts: $339,374.00. Project name: Manhattanville (Group III); Project description: Elevators; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 38; ARRA funding amounts: $306,792.00. Project name: Marble Hill; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1682; ARRA funding amounts: $51,409.00. Project name: Marble Hill; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1682; ARRA funding amounts: $6,131,580.00. Project name: Marlboro; Project description: Exterior brickwork and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1765; ARRA funding amounts: $11,432,915.00. Project name: Marshall Plaza; Project description: Elevators; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 180; ARRA funding amounts: $629,700.00. Project name: Middletown Plaza; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 177; ARRA funding amounts: $5,460,548.00. Project name: Millbrook and Extension; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1255; ARRA funding amounts: $7,409,000.00. Project name: Monroe; Project description: Structural repairs to rooftop water tank; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1102; ARRA funding amounts: $400,720.00. Project name: Morris I; Project description: Roof tank replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1083; ARRA funding amounts: $275,116.00. Project name: Morrisania Air Rights; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 144; ARRA funding amounts: $34,710.00. Project name: Mott Haven; Project description: Structural repairs to rooftop water tank enclosure; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 993; ARRA funding amounts: $423,324.00. Project name: Murphy; Project description: Exterior brickwork and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 281; ARRA funding amounts: $771,958.00. Project name: Ocean Hill-Brownsville; Project description: Brickwork repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 125; ARRA funding amounts: $4,753,276.00. Project name: Pennsylvania Avenue-Wortman Avenue; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 65; ARRA funding amounts: $65,112.00. Project name: Polo Grounds Towers; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 771; ARRA funding amounts: $58,247.00. Project name: Public School 139 (Conversion); Project description: Elevators; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 125; ARRA funding amounts: $541,000.00. Project name: Queensbridge North; Project description: Exterior compactor installation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1543; ARRA funding amounts: $907,995.00. Project name: Rutgers; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 721; ARRA funding amounts: $2,423,891.00. Project name: Sack Wern; Project description: Brick repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 59; ARRA funding amounts: $91,056.00. Project name: Saint Mary's Park; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1007; ARRA funding amounts: $2,509,047.00. Project name: Samuel (City); Project description: Entrance doors replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 481; ARRA funding amounts: $1,460,440.00. Project name: Sedgwick; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 783; ARRA funding amounts: $5,053,778.00. Project name: Sheepshead Bay; Project description: Heating upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1056; ARRA funding amounts: $766,000.00. Project name: Sheepshead Bay/Nostrand; Project description: Heating upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 2204; ARRA funding amounts: $1,279,000.00. Project name: Shelton House; Project description: Brickwork repair; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 155; ARRA funding amounts: $2,103,295.00. Project name: Shelton House; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 155; ARRA funding amounts: $835,873.79. Project name: Soundview; Project description: Brick and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1259; ARRA funding amounts: $25,227,011.00. Project name: South Jamaica I and II; Project description: Interior stair replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1048; ARRA funding amounts: $2,143,000.00. Project name: South Jamaica I and II; Project description: Steam heating zone valve replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1048; ARRA funding amounts: $387,022.00. Project name: Stapleton; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 693; ARRA funding amounts: $106,353.00. Project name: Stapleton; Project description: Local Law 11 masonry repair and roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 693; ARRA funding amounts: $3,965,113.00. Project name: Sumner; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1098; ARRA funding amounts: $8,624,244.00. Project name: Tapscott Street; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 155; ARRA funding amounts: $4,777,469.20. Project name: Taylor Street-Wythe Avenue; Project description: Elevator rehabilitations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 525; ARRA funding amounts: $2,734,159.15. Project name: Throggs Neck; Project description: Brick and parapet repairs; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 835; ARRA funding amounts: $14,762,197.50. Project name: Unity Plaza (Sites 4, 5A, 6); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 167; ARRA funding amounts: $5,261,067.00. Project name: Unity Plaza (Sites 17, 24, 25A); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 167; ARRA funding amounts: $2,357,226.00. Project name: Van Dyke II; Project description: Roof replacement and masonry rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 112; ARRA funding amounts: $801,775.83. Project name: Various; Project description: Energy-efficient refrigerator replacement at various locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 65,022; ARRA funding amounts: $23,724,959.81. Project name: Various; Project description: Spray-on foam roofing at Manhattan locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 120; ARRA funding amounts: $980,618.87. Project name: Various; Project description: Spray-on foam roofing at Brooklyn/Staten Island locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 36; ARRA funding amounts: $516,398.96. Project name: Various; Project description: Spray-on foam roofing at Bronx/Queens locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $364,328.03. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of steel bar fencing in Manhattan; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $761,331.24. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of steel bar fencing in the Bronx; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 8364; ARRA funding amounts: $624,348.63. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of steel bar fencing in Brooklyn; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1380; ARRA funding amounts: $986,063.64. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of steel bar fencing in Queens and Staten Island; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $197,609.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Material purchase and installation of ranges at various locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 22,982; ARRA funding amounts: $4,220,052.43. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of elevator door zone locks in various boroughs; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 30179; ARRA funding amounts: $1,181,722.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Expansion of elevator remote monitoring system at various locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 17,171; ARRA funding amounts: $1,648,528.44. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of heating valves and traps in Manhattan locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 464; ARRA funding amounts: $540,120.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of heating valves and traps in Brooklyn locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 592; ARRA funding amounts: $528,926.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of heating valves and traps in Bronx locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 953; ARRA funding amounts: $589,168.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Installation of heating valves and traps in Queens and Staten Island locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $484,500.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Brick repair, citywide; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 3650; ARRA funding amounts: $2,968,572.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Range fire suppression systems in Queens and Staten Island locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $829,999.99. Project name: Various; Project description: Floor tile installation at public spaces in Queens; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 10514; ARRA funding amounts: $895,383.10. Project name: Various; Project description: Replacement of rooftop water tanks at various locations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 817; ARRA funding amounts: $885,000.00. Project name: Various; Project description: Interior compactors at various Manhattan developments; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 7,115; ARRA funding amounts: $1,206,250.00. Project name: Washington Heights Rehab Phase IV (C); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 16; ARRA funding amounts: $454,195.50. Project name: Washington Heights Rehab Phase IV (D); Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 16; ARRA funding amounts: $460,878.95. Project name: Whitman Ingersoll; Project description: Elevator rehabilitation; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1535; ARRA funding amounts: $21,320,000.00. Project name: Whitman/Ingersoll; Project description: Apartment renovations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 0; ARRA funding amounts: $131,487.33. Project name: Whitman/Ingersoll; Project description: Apartment soft renovations; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 425; ARRA funding amounts: $6,475,467.98. Project name: Williams Plaza; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 577; ARRA funding amounts: $3,604,642.00. Project name: Wise Towers; Project description: Heating upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 399; ARRA funding amounts: $2,186,632.00. Project name: Woodside; Project description: Roof and parapet replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 1357; ARRA funding amounts: $19,985,614.56. Project name: Woodson; Project description: Electrical upgrade; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 407; ARRA funding amounts: $1,728,969.00. Project name: Wyckoff Gardens; Project description: Roof replacement; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 529; ARRA funding amounts: $$2,595,998.55. Source: Recipient. Note: This recipient also funded administrative and other costs. [End of table] Table 10: Summary of Projects and Activities Funded by the Puerto Rico Public Housing Administration: Project name: Jardines de Ceiba; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes exterior painting, bathroom remodeling, and rehabilitation of five units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 50; ARRA funding amounts: $309,871.75. Project name: Zenon Diaz Valcarcel; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing, exterior painting, kitchen cabinets, and playground equipment; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 200; ARRA funding amounts: $583,514.83. Project name: Torres de la Sabana; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: works include making electrical repairs and improvement, fire systems, a water pumping system, roof sealing, and making improvements to the administrative building.; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 452; ARRA funding amounts: $300,067.60. Project name: Jesus T. Pinero; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 124; ARRA funding amounts: $16,973,110.00. Project name: Narciso Varona; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units in phase I; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 260; ARRA funding amounts: $6,985,096.14. Project name: Luis del C. Echevarria; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes improvements to laundry and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $88,829.52. Project name: Juan Jimenez Garcia; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 256; ARRA funding amounts: $205,199.92. Project name: Las Palmas; Project description: Capital Improvement Project, work includes roof sealing and inspection; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 400; ARRA funding amounts: $5,333.33. Project name: Jardines de Caparra; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing, exterior painting, kitchen cabinets in 27 units, playground, and repair of 7 sidewalks; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 288; ARRA funding amounts: $721,621.47. Project name: Guarionex; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes: exterior lighting, "stair nosing", exterior painting, kitchen cabinets, and parking asphalt; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $407,727.50. Project name: Las Gardenias; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing, painting, improvements to garbage stations, and storm sewer and kitchen cabinets; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 164; ARRA funding amounts: 503,794.44. Project name: Los Rosales; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 74; ARRA funding amounts: 9,074,545.28. Project name: Alegria Apartments; Project description: Work includes: sidewalks, garbage station, kitchen cabinets in 40 units, main entrance gates, and removal of 81 bathtubs; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 120; ARRA funding amounts: 406,982.50. Project name: Magnolia Gardens; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing, exterior painting, and inspection; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 104; ARRA funding amounts: 1,386.68. Project name: Jose Celso Barbosa; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes improvements to storm sanitary sewer system and replacement of clotheslines; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 230; ARRA funding amounts: 118,063.75. Project name: La Alhambra; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 96; ARRA funding amounts: $8,358,527.73. Project name: Manuel F. Rossy; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 101; ARRA funding amounts: $7,190,879.15. Project name: Los Lirios (RQ 5194); Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and rehabilitation of units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 130; ARRA funding amounts: $663,433.98. Project name: Brisas de Cupey; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 184; ARRA funding amounts: $8,990,517.11. Project name: Los Lirios (RQ 5026); Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 150; ARRA funding amounts: $10,960,331.11. Project name: Jardines de Country Club; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes improvements to the building facades, columns, and tiles, building painting, kitchen cabinets, sink and sewer work, and roof sealing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 113; ARRA funding amounts: $1,312,535.20. Project name: Luis Llorens Torres (Youth Center - RQ 7009); Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 848; ARRA funding amounts: $1,282,514.00. Project name: Luis Llorens Torres (El Medio - RQ 7008); Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 857; ARRA funding amounts: $1,131,861.00. Project name: Luis Llorens Torres (Providencia - RQ 7007); Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 826; ARRA funding amounts: $1,002,059.00. Project name: San Agustin; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 30; ARRA funding amounts: $4,697,252.75. Project name: Santa Catalina; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 200; ARRA funding amounts: $10,857,795.97. Project name: Valle de Puerto Real; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 75; ARRA funding amounts: $159,020.19. Project name: Jardines de Guanica; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 70; ARRA funding amounts: $6,354,743.67. Project name: El Cemi; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $223,000.00. Project name: Flamboyan Gardens; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes installing playground equipment and roof sealing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 74; ARRA funding amounts: $160,265.60. Project name: Ramirez de Arellano; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 80; ARRA funding amounts: $3,250,018.51. Project name: Francisco Figueroa; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes waterproofing roof; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 120; ARRA funding amounts: $203,073.88. Project name: Villa Real; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing, exterior painting, sidewalks, making improvements to a storage area, and structural studies; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 70; ARRA funding amounts: $283,311.00. Project name: Naguabo Valley; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 37; ARRA funding amounts: $143,140.00. Project name: Maximo Miranda Jimenez; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $9,648,432.19. Project name: Pedro M. Descartes; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes site improvements, hot water lines and heaters, kitchen cabinets, and a new administration and maintenance building; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 110; ARRA funding amounts: $115,250.00. Project name: Bella Vista; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $11,572,918.91. Project name: Jardines de Cidra; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes facilities improvements, roof sealing, and parking facilities; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 70; ARRA funding amounts: $190,862.34. Project name: Nuestra Señora de Covadonga; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: work includes bathroom remodeling; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 504; ARRA funding amounts: $1,324,566.00. Project name: Santiago Iglesias Ponce; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 120; ARRA funding amounts: $14,896,680.00. Project name: Puesta del Sol; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: works includes roof sealing and exterior painting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 100; ARRA funding amounts: $205,100.00. Project name: Dr. Agustin Stahl (Phase I); Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 96; ARRA funding amounts: $7,103,214.89. Project name: Antonio Marquez Arbona; Project description: Complete renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 104; ARRA funding amounts: $7,248,053.64. Project name: Juan Garcia Ducos; Project description: Capital Improvement Project: works includes exterior painting and lighting; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 200; ARRA funding amounts: $212,900.00. Project name: Manuel A. Perez; Project description: Renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 252; ARRA funding amounts: $1,287,487.29. Project name: Mayaguez Gardens; Project description: Work includes playground equipment and roof sealing; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 48; ARRA funding amounts: $34,496.10. Project name: Narciso Varona II; Project description: Renovation of dwelling units; Total units planned for rehabilitation: 172; ARRA funding amounts: $8,402,390.08. Source: RAMPS and HUD. [End of table] CDBG-R Grants: Fourteen of the CDBG-R grants we reviewed funded five or more activities that we could not briefly summarize in a supplemental paragraph within the Recovery.gov record. Below, we summarize the information available on each of the activities funded through these grants, including the activity name, description, amount funded, and status of each activity. Table 11: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Antioch, California: Activity name: Contra Costa County Health Services, Synergy House; Activity descriptions: Rehabilitation/conversion of vacant 3,122 sq.ft. facility into transitional housing for homeless and recovering single men; Activity location: 597 Center Avenue, Suite # 325, Martinez, CA, 94553; Activity amount funded: $20,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bedford Center Building HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning) Replacement; Activity descriptions: Replace roof of adult day health care center; Activity location: 1811 'C' Street, Antioch, CA, 94509; Activity amount funded: $15,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: City of Antioch, Downtown Roadway Rehab & Ramps, Phase III; Activity descriptions: Roadway improvements-overlay handicap ramps and dig out repairs; Activity location: City of Antioch, CIP, 6th Street from G to L Streets Antioch, CA, 94509; Activity amount funded: $121,775; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Brighter Beginnings, Improvements to First 5 Center; Activity descriptions: Update and renovate low-income community center--new roof and flooring; Activity location: 2648 International Blvd., Oakland, CA, 94601; Activity amount funded: $7,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Opportunity Junction, Interior Build-Out Project; Activity descriptions: Expansion of job training and placement facility; Activity location: 3102 Delta Fair Boulevard, Antioch, CA, 94509; Activity amount funded: $10,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Contra Costa Child Care Council, New Exterior Door; Activity descriptions: Replace double-door of child care facility; Activity location: 3104 Delta Fair Boulevard, Antioch, CA, 94509; Activity amount funded: $1,696; Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. [End of table] Table 12: Summary of Activities Funded by Camden County, New Jersey: Activity name: Camden County Health Services Center; Activity descriptions: Supplemental funding of the County's PEER Grouping System providing community based services for the prevention of the institutionalization of the frail elderly. Services include home health care, nutritional food delivery and home cleaning and personnel care; Activity location: 20 N. Woodbury-Turnersville Road, Blackwood, NJ, 08012; Activity amount funded: $73,000; Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Food Bank of South Jersey; Activity descriptions: Funding to provide approximately 52,000 pounds of food and other nonfood items to the economically disadvantaged in Camden County; Activity location: 1501 John Tipton Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ, 08110; Activity amount funded: $20,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Winslow Twp. Senior Center; Activity descriptions: Replacement of the HVAC units at the Twp. Senior Center along with the installation of approximately 100 solar panels; Activity location: 33 Cooper Folly Road, W. Atco, NJ, 08004; Activity amount funded: $275,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Collingswood Removal of Architectural Barriers; Activity descriptions: Installation of 33 curb cuts along Haddon Avenue from Summerfield Avenue to Pacific Avenue; Activity location: 678 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, NJ, 08078; Activity amount funded: $125,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Brooklawn Senior Center; Activity descriptions: Replacement of 15 windows at the senior center; Activity location: 101 Second Avenue, Brooklawn, NJ, 08030; Activity amount funded: $15,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Pine Hill Senior Center; Activity descriptions: Replacement of the HVAC system at the municipal senior center improving energy efficiency of the building; Activity location: 131 E. 12th Avenue, Pine Hill, NJ, 08021; Activity amount funded: $42,460; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Chesilhurst Removal of Barriers; Activity descriptions: Removal of architectural barriers at Leanna Harris Park. Includes retrofitting bathrooms for wheel chair access and sidewalk upgrades to ensure accessibility; Activity location: 201 Grant Avenue, Chesilhurst, NJ, 08089; Activity amount funded: $41,500; Activity status: Open. Activity name: AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey; Activity descriptions: Funding for the Phoenix Employment Program, which provided employment training for those living with HIV/AIDS in Camden County who are experiencing unemployment; Activity location: 100 Essex Avenue, Suite 300, Bellmawr, NJ, 08031; Activity amount funded: $10,000; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Audubon Senior Center; Activity descriptions: Installation of an elevator to allow access to the upper floors of the senior center located at Oak and Oakland Avenues; Activity location: 247 Oakland Avenue, Audubon, NJ, 08106; Activity amount funded: $10,588; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Barrington Senior Center; Activity descriptions: Replacement of eight windows at the Barrington Senior Center; Activity location: 229 Trenton Avenue, Barrington, NJ, 08107; Activity amount funded: $9,412; Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 13: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Chicago, Illinois: Activity name: The Woodlawn Organization; Activity descriptions: Training program that involves alley vegetation, debris removal in alleys, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed whackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, lopers, edgers, deweeding; Activity location: 6040 South Harper Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60637; Activity amount funded: $376,325 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Polish American Association; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 3834 North Cicero Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60638; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rogers Park Community Council; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 1530 W. Morse Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60626; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: COB Connection/OAI Inc; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies; Activity location: 180 N. Wabash, Suite 400, Chicago, IL, 60601; Activity amount funded: $225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Safer Foundation; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program as well as purchase of work-related materials and supplies in one of three areas: arboriculture/horticulture; energy retrofits; and electronics; Activity location: 2839 West Fillmore Street, Chicago, IL, 60612; Activity amount funded: $1,325,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Heartland Human Care/Womancraft; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 208 S. LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL, 60604; Activity amount funded: $225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: St. Leonard's Ministries; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 2100 West Warren Boulevard, Chicago, IL, 60612; Activity amount funded: $135,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: WRD Environmental; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program as well as purchase of work-related materials and supplies in one of three areas: arboriculture/horticulture; energy retrofits; and electronics; Activity location: 445 North Sacramento Boulevard, Chicago, IL, 60612; Activity amount funded: $4,300,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: The Resurrection Project; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101019 LUP, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $110,000.00 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Association House of Chicago; Activity descriptions: Training Program that involves alley vegetation control, debris removal, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed whackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, lopers, edgers, deweedinig device; Activity location: 33 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL, 60602; Activity amount funded: $376,325 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Chinese American Service League; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 1119 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Neighborhood Housing Service; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 10010 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $110,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Neighborhood Housing Service; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will support program service delivery costs, marketing and outreach materials, and site and equipment rental associated with regional events in low-moderate- income areas in which the city will connect homeowners facing foreclosure with assist; Activity location: 1279 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622; Activity amount funded: $1,025,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Northside Comm. Federal Credit Union; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 19929 (no street name), Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Metropolitan Tenants Organization; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 2150 South Canalport Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60608; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Troubled Buildings Initiative Distressed Condominium Program; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will cover the costs of: acquisition, stabilization, and sale of distressed multi-unit condominium buildings to developers for rehabilitation and conversion to rental housing for low-and moderate-income families; Activity location: Citywide, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $2,500,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Growing Home Inc; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 2732 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL, 60614; Activity amount funded: $225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rogers Park Comm Dev Corp; Activity descriptions: CDBG- R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 1411 W. Lunt Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60626; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Safer Foundation; Activity descriptions: Training program that involves alley vegetation control, debris removal, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed whackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, lopers, edgers, deweeding device; Activity location: 571 W. Jackson Boulevard., Chicago, IL, 60661; Activity amount funded: 547,925 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Local Economic & Employment Development (LEED) Council Inc; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 1866 North Marcey Street, Chicago, IL, 60614; Activity amount funded: 225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Brighton PK Neighbor CO; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 4477 S. Archer Ave, Chicago, IL, 60632; Activity amount funded: 55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Chicago Commons; Activity descriptions: Training Program involves alley vegetation control, debris removal, vacant lots and commercial strip cleaning. Participants will become knowledgeable in operating gas powered weed whackers, mowers, hand saws, pruners, edgers, deweeding and picks.; Activity location: 700 N. Sacramento, Suite 141, Chicago, IL, 60612; Activity amount funded: $376,325 Activity status: Open. Activity name: North Lawndale Employment Network; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 3726 W Flournoy, Chicago, IL, 60624; Activity amount funded: $180,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Growing Power; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment- friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 2215 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60647; Activity amount funded: $135,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Inner-City Muslim Action; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 2744 W. 63rd Street, Chicago, IL, 60629; Activity amount funded: $225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program through nonprofit organizations with environment-friendly work programs. Funds may also be used for the purchase of work-related materials and supplies.; Activity location: 1159 West 79th Street, Chicago, IL, 60620; Activity amount funded: $225,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lawndale Christian Development; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 3843 West Ogden Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60623; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lawyer's Committee For Better Housing; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 109 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $130,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Legal Assistance Foundation of Metro Chicago; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 111 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL, 60604; Activity amount funded: $205,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Partners In Community Building; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Enlace Chicago/LIittle Village Community; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 2756 South Harding Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60623; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lakeside Community Development; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 1652 W. Wallen, Chicago, IL, 60626; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Southside Community Federal Credit Union; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 5401 S Wentworth Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Kingdom Community; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip Lane,, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: South Austin Coalition; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 198 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Agora Community Services; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes.; Activity location: 1459 W 79th Street, Chicago, IL, 60620; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Nobel Neighborhoods; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Gensis Housing Development Corp.; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Northwest Side Housing Center; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $55,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Latin United Comm. Housing Association; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 101 Tulip Lane, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $110,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Breaking Ground; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program where they will deconstruct buildings, process the materials, and prepare them for re-use in the building industry. Funds may also be used for purchase; Activity location: 3501 West Fillmore Street, Chicago, IL, 60624; Activity amount funded: $2,280,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Safer Foundation; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funds will be used to pay the stipends of participants in a work experience and job training program where they will deconstruct buildings, process the materials, and prepare them for re-use in the building industry; Activity location: 571 W. Jackson, Chicago, IL, 60661; Activity amount funded: $2,280,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Spanish Coalition For Housing; Activity descriptions: CDBG-R funding will be used for additional foreclosure prevention counselors to provide counseling services to individuals at risk of losing their homes; Activity location: 129 Tulip, Chicago, IL, 60609; Activity amount funded: $165,000 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 14: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Los Angeles, California: Activity name: Office of Small Business; Activity descriptions: Promote growth of local small businesses as a one-stop referral source.; Activity location: 1100 North Eastern Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90063; Activity amount funded: $6,800 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Montecito Terrace; Activity descriptions: Acquisition and new construction of 98 affordable units for seniors; Activity location: 14653-14661 W. Blythe Street, Los Angeles, CA, 91402; Activity amount funded: $848,384 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Mosaic Apartments; Activity descriptions: New construction of 56 rental units for large families; Activity location: 1521 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90015; Activity amount funded: $546,480 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Fresh Food Access Program; Activity descriptions: Train low-income youth to develop occupational skills such as landscape design, read blueprints and plans, and develop construction skills; Activity location: 605 W Olympic Blvd Ste 450, Los Angeles, CA, 90015; Activity amount funded: $95,312 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Streets or Services; Activity descriptions: Transitional and permanent housing for homeless individuals with misdemeanors; Activity location: 566 S. San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA, 90013; Activity amount funded: $253,744 Activity status: Open. Activity name: West Angeles Food and Transportation Program; Activity descriptions: Community services and assistance to low-to- moderate income clients; Activity location: 3045 S Crenshaw Blvd, 1550 E 50th St, Los Angeles, CA, 90016; Activity amount funded: $129,264 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Youth Employment Program; Activity descriptions: Employ 210 youth as recreation aides; Activity location: 16 Parks Citywide, 605 W Olympic Blvd Ste 450, Los Angeles, CA, 90015; Activity amount funded: $501,961 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 15: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Miami Gardens, Florida: Activity name: Energy efficiency improvements in single-family residence; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency improvements in single-family residence, insulation upgrades; Activity amount funded: $761; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy Efficient retrofit insulation program; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency retrofit insulation program, single family residential; Activity amount funded: $712; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Single Family-Energy Efficiency Upgrades (Holding Account); Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency single-family homes, including insulation replacement, water heater replacement, and A/C unit replacement; Activity amount funded: $199,991; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy efficiency improvements in single-family home; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency single-family residence, insulation upgrade; Activity amount funded: $550; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy efficiency improvements in single-family residence; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency single-family residence, insulation upgrade; Activity amount funded: $590; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy efficiency improvements to single-family residence; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency single-family residence, insulation upgrade; Activity amount funded: $563; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bunche Park NRSA-Infrastructure Improvements; Activity descriptions: Infrastructure improvements low-to-moderate census tracts; Activity amount funded: $128,405; Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy efficiency retrofits to owner-occupied units; Activity descriptions: Energy efficiency retrofit insulation, upgrade owner-occupied units; Activity amount funded: $660; Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. Activity location is available but not released per HUD policy. [End of table] Table 16: Summary of Activities Funded by Mississippi Development Authority: Activity name: Coldwater Community Center; Activity descriptions: Construct community center; Activity location: Town of Coldwater to be located on North Street; Activity amount funded: $500,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Tallahatchie County Fire Station/Community Center; Activity descriptions: Construct a new fire station/community center for the Sharkey Hampton Lake area in southwestern Tallahatchie County; Activity location: 43 River Road, Glendora, MS; Activity amount funded: $460,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Washington County; Activity descriptions: Street reconstruction; Activity location: Railroad Ave., Sicily Ave., Elizabeth St., Termini St., San Ambrogio St., and Cefalu St. Washington County, MS; Activity amount funded: $360,600 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Monroe County Health Department Building; Activity descriptions: Construct a new building for the Monroe County Health Department, which is outdated and does not have sufficient space to operate efficiently to be located at 300 Chestnut Street in Aberdeen, MS; Activity location: 300 Chestnut Street in Aberdeen, MS; Activity amount funded: $715,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Gloster Library; Activity descriptions: Rehabilitate the library; Activity location: 300 East Main St. Gloster, MS; Activity amount funded: $100,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Starkville New Fire Station; Activity descriptions: Construct New Fire Station; Activity location: 101 Lampkin Street, Starkville, MS, 39759; Activity amount funded: $887,328 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Boyle Storm Drainage System; Activity descriptions: Add storm drainage pipes along the following streets Biles (Bayou), Hawkins, Thomas, and Taylor to allow for better drainage and provide a permanent solution to the water that stands in the ditches and on the streets. The project is in the census tract 9502 block group 2. Total beneficiaries are 48 and of that 48 are of low and moderate income (100%); Activity location: Streets: Biles (Bayou), Hawkins, Thomas, and Taylor, Boyle, MS; Activity amount funded: $124,984 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Ellisville New Community Center; Activity descriptions: Construct a new community center/special needs shelter for the City of Ellisville; Activity location: 201 Poplar Street, Ellisville, MS, 39638; Activity amount funded: $1,000,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Algoma Street Improvements; Activity descriptions: Provide street new and reconstruction to Main, Woodland, Holland Streets, Old Airport and Barr Road, and Higgins Trail; Activity location: Main, Woodland, Holland Streets, Old Airport and Barr Road and Higgins Trail Algoma, MS; Activity amount funded: $410,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Raleigh Senior Citizen's Center; Activity descriptions: Construct a new senior citizen's center; Activity location: 253 Magnolia Drive, Raleigh, MS; Activity amount funded: $347,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Roxie Streets/Sidewalks; Activity descriptions: Reconstruction of streets and sidewalks; Activity location: 124 West Blvd., Roxie, MS, 39661; Activity amount funded: $210,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Grenada Senior Citizen's Center; Activity descriptions: Construct a senior citizens building.; Activity location: 299 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Grenada, MS; Activity amount funded: $550,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Montgomery County Human Services Building; Activity descriptions: Rehabilitate the old armory building to house the Family and Children's Services of Department of Human Services; Activity location: 707 Alberta Drive Winona, MS; Activity amount funded: $116,600 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lexington ADA Improvements; Activity descriptions: ADA improvements to the existing city hall; Activity location: 112 Spring Street Lexington, MS; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Simpson County Human Services Building; Activity descriptions: Human Services Building expansion; Activity location: 109 West Pine Avenue Mendenhall, MS; Activity amount funded: $500,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Terry PF; Activity descriptions: Construct a new library; Activity location: 420 Cunningham Avenue Terry, MS; Activity amount funded: $328,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Belzoni Storm Drainage System; Activity descriptions: Renovate the storm drainage system to include discharge point and repair of the piping, slope, retaining walls and pumps which serves the entire city; Activity location: City-wide Belzoni, MS, 39038; Activity amount funded: $401,700 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Jumpertown Town Hall-ADA; Activity descriptions: Provide improvements to the town hall located at 679 HWY 4 West, including ADA compliant bathrooms/meeting room, enlarging doors, etc.; Activity location: 679 Highway 4 West, Jumpertown, MS, 38829; Activity amount funded: $100,000 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS and HUD Web site. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 17: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Ontario, California: Activity name: Energy Efficiency; Activity descriptions: Replacement of approximately 320 incandescent or fluorescent pedestrian signal indications within low-to-moderate income census tracts; Activity location: Low-and Moderate-Income Areas, Ontario, CA, 91764; Activity amount funded: $8,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy Efficiency; Activity descriptions: Installation of two energy efficient HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) units; Activity location: 1240 W Fourth St, Ontario, CA, 91762; Activity amount funded: $40,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Energy Efficiency; Activity descriptions: Replace 266 existing streetlights within low-to moderate-income census tracts; Activity location: Low-and Moderate-Income Areas, Ontario, CA, 91764; Activity amount funded: $266,476 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Ontario Housing Authority Homeless Continuum of Care; Activity descriptions: Help funding gaps within the Homeless Continuum of Care Program, including the Temporary Homeless Services Area; Activity location: Communitywide, Ontario, CA, 91764; Activity amount funded: $97,894 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Foreclosure Opportunities Response Team; Activity descriptions: Code enforcement-reduce negative impacts of foreclosed and abandoned projects; Activity location: Low-and Moderate-Income Areas, Ontario, CA, 91764; Activity amount funded: $100,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Water Conservation; Activity descriptions: Retrofit existing irrigation system and plant California Friendly shrubs and mulch; Activity location: 1010 S Bon View Ave., 1405 S Fern Ave., 4th/Grove Ave, Ontario, CA, 91764; Activity amount funded: $75,000 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 18: Summary of Activities Funded by Municipality of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania: Activity name: Employment of Low-Income Youth; Activity descriptions: Employment of low-income youth, including litter clean up, clearing lots, job skills mentoring, and beautifying the neighborhood; Activity location: Western Penn Hills Community Action, First Baptist Church of Penn Hills, 7450 Chadwick Street, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $7,500 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Assistance Assistance Low-and Moderate-Income Families; Activity descriptions: Assistance low-and moderate-income families with tuition assistance for summer camp and day care programs; Activity location: East Communities YMCA, 11817 Frankstown Rd, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $1,000 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Building Improvements; Activity descriptions: Building improvements, including landscaping, paving, and recreational areas; Activity location: Jim Fedele Shining Arrow Building, 10147 Frankstown Rd, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $20,000 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Lincoln Park Community Center; Activity descriptions: Provide food to low-income residents; Activity location: Lincoln Park Community Center, 7300 Ridgeview Ave, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $2,000 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Penn Hills Service Association; Activity descriptions: Provide food, clothing, and medical supplies to very-low-income families; Activity location: 2519 Main Street, Universal, Pittsburgh, PA 15235; Activity amount funded: $12,000 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Assist the Low-Income Residents of Jefferson Manor; Activity descriptions: Provide food and other supplies to low-income residents; Activity location: Jefferson Manor, 201 Jefferson Rd, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $1,000 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Street Improvements; Activity descriptions: Street improvements--repaving curb-to-curb and landscape improvements; Activity location: Travella Boulevard, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $98,539 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Demolition Unsafe Structures; Activity descriptions: Demolition of unsafe structures; Activity location: Town Wide Demolition, Penn Hills, PA, 15235; Activity amount funded: $44,193 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 19: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Rapid City, South Dakota: Activity name: Bethel - Community Child Care Center Playground Equipment; Activity descriptions: Purchase and installation of playground equipment for community child care center; Activity location: 1202 N. Maple Avenue, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $36,590 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bethel - Child Care Employees; Activity descriptions: Job creation-hire one full-time and one part- time child care employee; Activity location: 1202 N. Mapel Avenue, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $19,910 Activity status: Open. Activity name: BMS - 304 & 306 Anamosa St. Apartments Rehab Project; Activity descriptions: Replace existing windows with energy efficient windows for people with mental illness and/or drug or alcohol abuse issues; Activity location: 304 & 306 Anamosa Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $3,661 Activity status: Open. Activity name: BMS - 515 North 1st Street Apartments Rehab Project; Activity descriptions: Add insulation to apartments for low-income people with mental illness and/or drug or alcohol abuse issues; Activity location: 515 North First Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $4,500 Activity status: Open. Activity name: RAI - Head Start Rehab Project at 612 Crazy Horse; Activity descriptions: Replace furnace and hot water heater with energy efficient models, replace roof and install egress window; Activity location: 612 Crazy Horse, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $24,200 Activity status: Open. Activity name: BMS - 350 Elk Street Rehab Project; Activity descriptions: Convert to energy efficient light fixtures and replace A/C with energy efficient A/C unit; Activity location: 350 Elk Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $17,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bethel - Living Hope Academy Rehab Project; Activity descriptions: Alternative school for troubled youth facility update- replace existing windows with energy efficient window and update wiring for safety; Activity location: 1404 North Maple Ave., Rapid City, SD, 57701; Activity amount funded: $13,600 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 20: Summary of Activities Funded by City of Rome, New York: Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency repairs to income-qualified seniors; Activity amount funded: $5,742 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency repairs to income-qualified seniors; Activity amount funded: $8,203 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Rehab of Keep America Beautiful Home; Activity amount funded: $60,090 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Downtown Street Improvements; Activity descriptions: Street improvements-safety, pedestrian infrastructure, and stormwater management; Activity amount funded: $2,214 Activity status: Open. Activity name: W. Dominick & N Madison St.; Activity descriptions: Street reconstruction and stormwater infrastructure; Activity amount funded: $198,100 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency repairs to income-qualified seniors; Activity amount funded: $6,055 Activity status: Open. Activity name: MVCC Youth Construction Training; Activity descriptions: Training students (18-25 yrs) in construction trades including safety and energy efficiency; Activity amount funded: $39,910 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: Activity location is available but not released per HUD policy. [End of table] Table 21: Summary of Activities Funded by Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency: Activity name: Salvation Army; Activity descriptions: New system to assist families and individual facing homelessness, centered on prevention and housing stability; Activity location: 3755 North Freeway Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, 95834; Activity amount funded: $49,500 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Keys to Hope; Activity descriptions: Case management, benefits administration, house monitor support for 47 former chronically homeless residents; Activity location: 801 12th Street, Sacramento, CA, 95814; Activity amount funded: $100,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Township 9 Infrastructure Improvements; Activity descriptions: Infrastructure construction support of 179 affordable housing units; Activity location: Township 9, Sacramento, CA, 95814; Activity amount funded: $1,100,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: La Valentina Infrastructure Project; Activity descriptions: Infrastructure project to expedite creation of mixed use transit-oriented development facility; Activity location: 12th and D Street, Sacramento, CA, 95814; Activity amount funded: $221,219 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Volunteers of America (VOA); Activity descriptions: New system to assist families and individual facing homelessness, centered on prevention and housing stability; Activity location: 1900 Point West Way, Suite 270 Sacramento, CA, 95815; Activity amount funded: $33,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lutheran Social Services (LSS); Activity descriptions: New system to assist families and individuals facing homelessness, centered on prevention and housing stability; Activity location: 3734 Broadway, Sacramento, CA, 95817; Activity amount funded: $49,500 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS and recipient Web site. [End of table] Table 22: Summary of Activities Funded by San Mateo County, California: Activity name: North Peninsula Services Ctr. Safety Net Program; Activity descriptions: A safety net program; Activity location: 600 Linden Ave, SSF, CA, 94080; Activity amount funded: $15,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: El Concilio of San Mateo County Core Emergency Services; Activity descriptions: Emergency Services; Activity location: 1798 B Bay Road, EPA, CA, 94303; Activity amount funded: $15,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Tides Center/Pacifica Resource Center; Activity descriptions: Resources Center; Activity location: 1809 Palmetto Ave, Pacifica, CA, 94044; Activity amount funded: $15,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Women's Recovery Transitional Housing; Activity descriptions: Assist 16 women and their families, and to retain 2 staff jobs; Activity location: 29 No. Humboldt St., 855 Helen Drive (Millbrae), San Mateo, CA, 94401; Activity amount funded: $21,678 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Renaissance Start-Up Business Expansion Program; Activity descriptions: ARRA funds to assist 10-14 businesses/spur job creation; estimated 10-15 jobs created/retained; Activity location: 1848 Bay Road, East Palo Alto, CA, 94303; Activity amount funded: $25,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: HIP Housing Home Sharing Program; Activity descriptions: Funds to assist in program marketing, funds to help retain/create 5 to 10 jobs related to 50 successful matches for homesharing; Activity location: 364 So. Railroad Av., San Mateo, CA, 94401; Activity amount funded: $20,000 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 23: Summary of Activities Funded by Texas Department of Rural Affairs: Activity name: Farmersville; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace 7500 lf of sewer line and rehabilitate 22 manholes on streets throughout the city and rehabilitate 8 lift stations on Main, Abbey, Wilcoxson, and Greenville Road; Activity location: 205 S. Main Street, Farmsville, TX, 75442; Activity amount funded: $279,182 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hall County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall, on behalf of the Brice-Lesley WSC, replace and install one 40,000 gallon ground storage tank. Construction shall include the installation of 4,075 of 4" water line, pad foundation and appurtenances; Activity location: 512 West Main Street, #4, Memphis, TX, 72945; Activity amount funded: $169,731 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Gregg County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall repair roads using force account labor and equipment to install 150 LF of 18" dia. culvert pipe, 80 LF of 96" dia. culvert pipe, 4,450 tons of hot mix asphalt, and 1,600 tons of crushed limestone; Activity location: 101 E Methvin #300, Longview, TX, 75601; Activity amount funded: $241,200 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Huxley; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time water service to 12 households and replace undersized water lines. Construction shall include the installation of 10,280 lf of 2" to 4" water main, 12 water service meters and service lines, install 3 first- time service; Activity location: 11798 FM 2694, Shelbyville, TX, 75973; Activity amount funded: $20,503 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hamlin; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace deteriorated cast iron water lines through the installation of 10,500 of 6" and 4" water main, 8 fire hydrants, reconnections and appurtenances to improve water pressure and eliminate health hazards; Activity location: 355 S Central, Hamlin, TX, 79520; Activity amount funded: $192,045 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hughes Springs; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace older undersized water and sewer lines through the installation of 3,450. of 6" PVC water line, 1 fire hydrant, 1,155 of 6" PVC sewer line, 2 manholes, abandonment of existing lines and appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 805, Hughes Springs, TX, 75656; Activity amount funded: $182,064 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Holland; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address TCEQ violations for a failing lift station south of Old Vilas Road and deteriorated sewer lines in target areas east of Hackberry Road and west of U.S. Highway 95. Construction shall include the installation of 2,100 lf in 6" sewer; Activity location: P.O. Box 157, Holland, TX, 76534; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hemphill; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make street improvements including pulverizing existing surface, regrading, reshaping and compaction, regrading of ditches, application of asphaltic prime coat, and surfacing with hot-mix asphalt; Activity location: P.O. Box 788, Hemphill, TX, 75948; Activity amount funded: $242,634 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hackberry; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace 2" water lines with 6" and 8" water lines for the target area between Lulane Drive and Snug Harbor Circle to increase water pressure and provide fire protection with 7 new fire hydrants; Activity location: 119 Maxwell Road, Frisco, TX, 75034; Activity amount funded: $338,328 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hays County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall improve the water storage capacity in Cedar Oaks Mesa. Construction shall consist of the installation of 100,000 gallon ground water storage tank, yard piping valves and fitting, cathodic protection, and all associated appurtenances; Activity location: 111 E. San Antonio Street, # 300, San Marcos, TX, 78666; Activity amount funded: $242,480 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Ingram; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time wastewater service to approximately 125 low-to moderate- income households by decommissioning 125 existing on-site sewage facilities and installing 125 residential yard lines connecting to the newly constructed USDA waste unit; Activity location: 230 Hwy 39, Ingram, TX, 78025; Activity amount funded: $242,040 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hawley; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time sewer services to 35 households through the installation of 3,500 of 8", 6" and 4" sewer line, 4 manholes, decommission of existing septic systems and necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 649, Hawley, TX, 79525; Activity amount funded: $212,154 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Poth; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install 1,500 lf of 8" PVC sewer line, 8 manholes, and 730 lf of 12" bore. Construction shall take place on Carroll St., Schneider St., the extensions of Brickhoeter and Schiewer, and the intersection of Chambers and Highway 181; Activity location: P.O. BOX 579, Poth, TX, 78147; Activity amount funded: $217,180 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bandera; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace deteriorated vitrified clay trunk sewer lines. Contractor shall install 1,600 LF of 10" sewer lines, 9 manholes, and reconnections; Activity location: P.O. Box 896, Bandera, TX, 78003; Activity amount funded: $242,520 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Anthony; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide citywide water system improvements. Improvements will be on water well #2 by installing a new pump and motor, installation of a sand separator and a new well chlorinator system with a building; Activity location: P.O. Box 1269, Anthony, TX, 79821; Activity amount funded: $73,111 Activity status: Open. Activity name: East Mountain; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install a 100,000 gallon water storage tank, tank foundation, painting, yard piping, and associated appurtenances; Activity location: 103 Municipal Drive, East Mountain, TX, 75645; Activity amount funded: $242,080 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Jackson County; Activity descriptions: Contractor, along with Jackson County WCID #2, shall construct a 45,000 g.p.d. extended aeration wastewater treatment plant consisting of an aeration basis, a 20-foot diameter clarifier, a return activated sludge lift station, and a sludge thickener/digester; Activity location: 115 West Main, Edna, TX, 77957; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hawley; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time sewer services to 35 households through the installation of 3,500 of 8", 6" and 4" sewer line, 4 manholes, decommission of existing septic systems and necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 649, Hawley, TX, 79525; Activity amount funded: $30,686 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Huxley; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time water service to 12 households and replace undersized water lines. Construction shall include the installation of 10,280 lf of 2" to 4" water main, 12 water service meters and service lines, install 12 first-time service; Activity location: 11798 FM 2694, Shelbyville, TX, 75973; Activity amount funded: $222,374 Activity status: Open. Activity name: City of Refugio; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace and relocate failing sewer lines for proper access for each of the homes in the Humble Camp area of the city's ETJ, which shall include 2,250 lf 8" sewer line, 5 manholes, 2 cleanouts, and 45 service reconnections; Activity location: P.O. Box 1020, Refugio, TX, 78377; Activity amount funded: $13,088 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Fayetteville; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace a deteriorated dead end cast iron water line. Construction shall consist of 2,260 LF of 8" water line, 7 fire hydrants, reconnections, and 500 LF of boring under railroad tracks; Activity location: 202 W Main, Fayetteville, TX, 78940; Activity amount funded: $173,359 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Eden; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace 4,600 linear ft of water lines on Jenkins St, Baxter St, McCall St, Trott St, Wallis St, Kelly St, and Tillman St with 4, 6, and 8 inch water line; Activity location: P.O. Box 915, Eden, TX, 76837; Activity amount funded: $194,560 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Alpine; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide street improvements on the Southside of the city; Activity location: 100 N 13th, Alpine, TX, 79830; Activity amount funded: $228,065 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rockport; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time sewer service and install 1,320 lf of 24" sewer line, 800 lf 8" sewer line, 20 lf force main, 7 manholes, one duplex lift station, 2,640 lf yard line, and septic tank mitigation for 22 low income households in the Smith area; Activity location: 622 East Market Street, Rockport, TX, 78382; Activity amount funded: $237,537 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rockport; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time sewer service and install 1,320 of 24" sewer line, 800 lf 8" sewer line, 20 lf force main, 7 manholes, one duplex lift station, 2,640 lf yard line, and septic tank mitigation for 22 low income households in the Smith; Activity location: 622 East Market Street, Rockport, TX, 78382; Activity amount funded: $52,780 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Primera; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct 2,640 of new street along El Campo Drive from Carver Road to Primera Road to serve a densely populated neighborhood; Activity location: 22893 Stuart Place Road, Primera, TX, 78552; Activity amount funded: $278,960 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Loving County; Activity descriptions: First-time water service for Mentone; Activity location: P.O. Box 194, Mentone, TX, 79754; Activity amount funded: $13,404 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Panhandle; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized water lines to address water loss and pressure. Construction shall include the installation of 11,780 l.f. of 4" PVC water line and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 129, Panhandle, TX, 79068; Activity amount funded: $242,292 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rule; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall rehabilitate evaporation ponds by reshaping and compacting the berms and embankments, install required impervious lining, and construct additional drainage channel; Activity location: P.O. Box 607, Rule, TX, 79547; Activity amount funded: $249,950 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Palmer; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized and dilapidated water lines. Construction shall include the installation of 5,590 LF of 6" to 12" water lines, 3 fire hydrants and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 489, Palmer, TX, 75152; Activity amount funded: $336,714 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Olney; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address infiltration and inflow by replacing deteriorated clay sewer trunk line. Construction shall include the installation of 3,700 LF of 10" sewer line, road boring, manholes and appurtenances along Avenue B and Spring Creek; Activity location: P.O. Box 546, Olney, TX, 76374; Activity amount funded: $212,400 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Presidio County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide flood and drainage improvements northwest of the City of Presidio. Construction shall make repairs to the Cibolo Creek Levee; Activity location: P.O. Box 606, Marfa, TX, 79843; Activity amount funded: $228,385 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Ladonia; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall reconstruct approximately 2,670 l.f. of pavement on West Bonham Street and East Paris Street; Activity location: P.O. Box 5, Ladonia, TX, 75449; Activity amount funded: $118,358 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Moody; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace deteriorated undersized sewer mains to reduce infiltration and eliminate unauthorized discharges; Activity location: P.O. Box 68, Moody, TX, 76557; Activity amount funded: $50,260 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Kaufman; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address infiltration and inflow by replacing deteriorated sewer lines. Construction shall include the installation of 2,410 lf of 6" to 10" sewer mains, manholes and reconnections along Houston, Jackson, and E. First North Street; Activity location: 209 S. Washington, Kaufman, TX, 75142; Activity amount funded: $281,560 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Mexia; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall rehabilitate an elevated storage tank to meet TCEQ standards. Construction shall include shrouding, sandblasting, repainting inside and outside; Activity location: P.O. Box 207, Mexia, TX, 76667; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: O'Donnell; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized, dilapidated water lines with 4", 6", and 8" water line, install valves and looping, one fire hydrant, street repairs and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 236, O'Donnell, TX, 79351; Activity amount funded: $129,713 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Rose City; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make improvements at the water treatment plant on Rose City Drive. City shall remove sludge and grade settling pond, install reinforced concrete liner, and extend overflow piping on elevated storage tank ground level; Activity location: 370 South Rose City Drive, Vidor, TX, 77662; Activity amount funded: $240,624 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Maverick County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make flood and drainage improvements in the Seco Mines Colonia. Construction shall include the excavation and installation of a 2,300 lf of concrete lined channel measuring 20 ft wide at bottom from Loop 277 to Seco Creek; Activity location: 500 Quarry Street, #3, Eagle Pass, TX, 78852; Activity amount funded: $600,516 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Kemah; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall, on behalf of Galveston County WCID #12, address infiltration and overflow issues caused by deteriorated sewer lines. Construction shall consist of cleaning and reconstructing 5,120 of 6", 8", and 10" sewer line, reconstructing manholes; Activity location: 1401 Hwy 146, Kemah, TX, 77565; Activity amount funded: $350,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Sadler; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make the following wastewater treatment plant improvements: bar rack screen, degritting system, ditch aerators, outlet with calibrated flume, electrical system, and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 543, Sadler, TX, 76264; Activity amount funded: $125,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Matagorda County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall perform water and sewer system improvements by replacing deteriorated lines. Construction shall consist of installation of 3,030 l.f. of 6" and 8" sewer main, 330 of 3" water main, manholes, and related appurtenances; Activity location: 1700 7th Street, Rm 301, Bay City, TX, 77414; Activity amount funded: $303,759 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Lampasas; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address water pressure and infiltration problems by replacing deteriorated water and sewer lines in the southeast sector of the city. Contractor shall install 2,170 of water line and 3 fire hydrants; Activity location: 312 E Third Street, Lampasas, TX, 76550; Activity amount funded: $241,200 Activity status: Open. Activity name: NW Deal; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct and replace two lift stations, wet wells and pumps serving residents along Monroe Avenue, North of Lion Drive to Main, and South of Encino to Hardin. Construction shall take place at lift station #1 on the west side of Monroe Ave; Activity location: P.O. Box 126, New Deal, TX, 79350; Activity amount funded: $242,840 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Stockdale; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install 3,850 of 15" wastewater line, 11 manholes, and 155 lf of 22" bore. Construction shall take place on CR 401, Highway 87, and 100 ft North of Jackson St; Activity location: P.O. Box 446, Stockdale, TX, 78160; Activity amount funded: $242,565 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Delta County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address TCEQ violations issued to Delta County MUD for failure to meet minimum water capacity requirements through the installation of a 84,000 gallon ground storage tank, chlorination system improvements and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: County Courthouse, Cooper, TX, 75432; Activity amount funded: $242,420 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bartlett; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address water pressure and TCEQ concerns by relocating a main water line. Construction shall include the installation of approximately 2,550 linear feet of water line, 5 fire hydrants, bored crossings, and necessary appurtenances on Emma; Activity location: P.O. Drawer H, Bartlett, TX, 76511; Activity amount funded: $44,219 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Culberson County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall improve the county fire protection facilities. Construction shall be a new two bay fire station on county owned property located on West Broadway in Van Horn; Activity location: P.O. Box 927, Van Horn, TX, 79855; Activity amount funded: $227,234 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Bovina; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct a new water well to ensure a safe and reliable water supply to tie into the Bovina Municipal WSC. Construction shall include one new water well, a well house and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 720, Bovina, TX, 79009; Activity amount funded: $242,580 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Domino; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized water mains through the installation of 10,000 of 8" water line, 2 fire hydrants, reconnections and all necessary appurtenances. Construction shall take place on FM 3129 along U.S. Hwy. 59 and FM 3129; Activity location: 14555 FM 3129, Domino, TX, 75572; Activity amount funded: $242,348 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Eagle Lake; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall perform wastewater system improvements by rehabilitating the City's wastewater treatment plant. Construction shall include improvements to the plant's aeration system, blowers, controls, and other appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 38, Eagle Lake, TX, 77434; Activity amount funded: $339,020 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Shelby County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make road improvements consisting of compacting 4" crushed limestone base on 1.1 miles of 18' wide roadway. Construction shall be in the south east portion of Shelby County on the north end of CR2569 at intersection of CR2571 and FM139; Activity location: 200 San Augustine Street, Box 6, Center, TX, 75939; Activity amount funded: $221,549 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Strawn; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall modify WWTP to meet discharge limits by installing an irrigation system at the plant and upgrade old and breaking main water supply lines along Central from N. Front to Caddo Street to improve water pressure and provide fire protection.; Activity location: P.O. Box 581, Strawn, TX, 76475; Activity amount funded: $338,940 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Navasota; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide wastewater treatment plant improvements to resolve unauthorized discharges. Construction shall include demolition, excavation, reinforced concrete structure, yard piping, electrical controls and appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 910, Navasota, TX, 77868; Activity amount funded: $182,425 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Caldwell; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make sewer plant improvements to avoid partially treated wastewater from being released. Construction shall include drive assembly, scraper mechanism skirt, race skimmer, mechanical overload device, bridge assembly, and aluminum handrail; Activity location: 107 South Hill, Caldwell, TX, 77836; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Austwell; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized water lines with 7,500 . of 6" PVC line, eleven fire hydrants, service reconnections, fittings, valves, and pavement repair throughout the city; Activity location: P.O. Box 147, Austwell, TX, 77950; Activity amount funded: $291,080 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Big Lake; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct a 700 lf of 4" water line with 12 service re-connections from North 10th Street to North 12th Street. Contractor shall also construct a 1,750 l.f. of 6" sewer line with 44 reconnections from Third Street to Fifth Street; Activity location: P.O. Box 310, Big Lake, TX, 76932; Activity amount funded: $113,324 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Johnson City; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized sewer mains connecting to the city's wastewater treatment plant. Construction shall consist of the installation of 2,050 of 18" sewer main, 7 manholes, reconnections, and associated appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 369, Johnson City, TX, 78636; Activity amount funded: $246,250 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Hallsville; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install a sewer lift station, generator, access drive, security fence, 2 manholes, approximately 100 l.f. of 12" sewer line, and 3,000 lf of 6" force main acquisition of property to construct the lift station shall be Willow Creek; Activity location: P.O. Box 899, Hallsville, TX, 75650; Activity amount funded: $240,900 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Dickens County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall, on behalf of Valley Water Supply Corporation, address TCEQ violations through the installation of a new standpipe and a new ground storage tank including a pump station. The standpipe shall be located off of CR 419, the ground storage tank; Activity location: P.O. Box 179, Dickens, TX, 79229; Activity amount funded: $242,540 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Loving County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time water service to 12 households in the Mentone community. Construction shall include the installation of 35,000 of 3 & 2" water line, 12 service connections and all necessary appurtenances; Activity location: P.O. Box 194, Mentone, TX, 79754; Activity amount funded: $336,596 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Driscoll; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall address wastewater treatment standards by replacing rotor assembly and adding a secondary assembly, refurbish catwalks and handrails, and making modifications to the plant's discharge piping; Activity location: P.O. Box 178, Driscoll, TX, 78351; Activity amount funded: $291,240 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Vernon; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make street improvement along Maiden Street. Construction shall include reconstructing 865 Maiden Street, installing 1,730 LF curb and gutter, excavation and rough grading, and 865 of 2" hot mix asphalt paving; Activity location: 1725 Wilbarger street, Vernon, TX, 76384; Activity amount funded: $211,572 Activity status: Open. Activity name: White Oak; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install 3,690 lf of 6" water main, 260 lf 2" water line, bore and encasement, gate valves, 7 fire hydrants, water service reconnections, and tie into existing water main; Activity location: 906 S White Oak Road, White Oak, TX, 75693; Activity amount funded: $6,693 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Streetman; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall make water system improvements to ensure an adequate supply. City shall construct a new 40,000 gallon ground storage tank, well improvements, booster pump flow meter and all necessary appurtenances.; Activity location: 204 E Main, Streetman, TX, 75859; Activity amount funded: $242,520 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Webb County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall, on behalf of the Mirando Rural WSC, drill one new water well to bring its system into TCEQ compliance. The new well shall be located 4.2 miles southwest of Mirando; Activity location: 1200 Washington Street, Laredo, TX, 78040; Activity amount funded: $206,518 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Whitewright; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install 8,900 s.y. of cement stabilized base and 8,000 s.y.l. of hot mix asphaltic concrete (HMAC) to a thickness of 1 1/2" on portions of the following five (5) streets; Activity location: P.O. Box 516, Whitewright, TX, 75491; Activity amount funded: $120,660 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Waelder; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time service to 11 households. install 3 grinder stations, abandon 3 septics, and related appurtenances. Contractor shall also upgrade sewer facilities to serve the 11 households; Activity location: P.O. Box 427, Waelder, TX, 78959; Activity amount funded: $27,604 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Winona; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall install 3600 lf of 6" water lines to upgrade water service in 2 areas of town, replace 2 fire hydrants, service connections, and clearance activities. Construction shall take place on Lado De Loma Dr, Old Hwy 155, and Jones St; Activity location: P.O. Box 97, Winona, TX, 75792; Activity amount funded: $250,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Val Verde County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall, on behalf of the Comstock community, replace a deteriorated water main and install a new ground water storage tank to reduce water loss and increase water pressure. Construction shall include the installation of 8,400 lf of 8" water main; Activity location: P.O. Box 4250, Del Rio, TX, 78841; Activity amount funded: $204,296 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Wharton; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall perform sewer system improvements to replace severely disintegrated sewer lines. Construction shall consist of 3,420 of sewer line, 9 manholes, and related appurtenances; Activity location: 120 East Caney Street, Wharton, TX, 77488; Activity amount funded: $350,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Los Indios; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct an all purpose community center located at the intersection of Ohio Station Road and 6th Avenue. Construction shall include kitchen facilities, community meeting room, restrooms and shower facilities; Activity location: P.O. Box 369, Los Indios, TX, 78567; Activity amount funded: $288,083 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Waelder; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall upgrade sewer facilities with 2,800 l.f. of 6", 2,650 lf of 2", and 8 manholes. Construction shall take place near N. 4th Street and S. 1st Street; Activity location: P.O. Box 427, Waelder, TX, 78959; Activity amount funded: $151,564 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Seminole; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace undersized water lines and loop the system to improve pressure and meet TCEQ regulations. Construction shall include the installation of 14,860 lf of 6" water line, one fire hydrant and all necessary appurtenances.; Activity location: 302 A. Main Street, Seminole, TX, 79360; Activity amount funded: $281,217 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Starr County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall reconstruct approximately 11,612 lf of roadway to improve access to 139 households.; Activity location: 100 N. FM 3167, Ste 202, Rio Grande City, TX, 78582; Activity amount funded: $405,198 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Upshur County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall provide first-time water service to 34 households in the Pritchett community. Construction shall include the installation 29,300 LF of 2" to 6" water main, bore and encasement, long and short water services. 6,800 LF of 1" water main, 4 f; Activity location: P.O. Box 730, Gilmer, TX, 75644; Activity amount funded: $242,460 Activity status: Open. Activity name: New Deal; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct and replace two lift stations, wet wells and pumps serving residents along Monroe Avenue, North of Lion Drive to Main, and South of Encino to Hardin. Construction shall take place at lift station #1 on the west side of Monroe Ave; Activity location: P.O. Box 126 New Deal, TX 79350; Activity amount funded: $7,160 Activity status: Open. Activity name: San Perlita; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall construct a 50' x 70' multipurpose community center to be located at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Ninth Street; Activity location: P.O. Box 121, San Perlita, TX, 78590; Activity amount funded: $223,820 Activity status: Open. Activity name: San Perlita; Activity descriptions: Purchase fire protection equipment; Activity location: P.O. Box 121, San Perlita, TX, 78590; Activity amount funded: $54,942 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Sour Lake; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace gravity lines by installing 1000 lf of 6" line, install 6 manholes, rehabilitate 10 manholes, and related appurtenances along Fannin and Third Street; Activity location: 625 Hwy 105 W, Sour Lake, TX, 77659; Activity amount funded: $242,082 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Webb County; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall expand the existing fire station located between Bruni and Oilton. The expansion shall provide sleeping quarters and an additional fire truck bay; Activity location: 1200 Washington Street, Laredo, TX, 78040; Activity amount funded: $187,776 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Josephine; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall replace deteriorated water lines and loop water system to improve pressure. Contractor shall install 7,500 lf of water main, boring, valves, and all appurtenances along FM 6 (Cook Street) and Main Street; Activity location: 108 Hubbard Street, Josephine, TX, 75164; Activity amount funded: $338,850 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Seven Oaks; Activity descriptions: Contractor shall perform street improvements consisting of reshaping and resurfacing 2,800 lf on Pickens Loop and Franklin Street; Activity location: P.O. Box 540, Leggett, TX, 75350; Activity amount funded: $242,730 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS and recipient Web Site. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. [End of table] Table 24: Summary of Activities Funded by City of West Memphis, Arkansas: Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Rehabilitation of single-family dwelling, owner- occupied; Activity amount funded: $3,822 Activity status: Completed. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repairs; Activity amount funded: $3,380 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: 932 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $686 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repairs; Activity amount funded: $4,758 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repairs; Activity amount funded: $2,043 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $503 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repair, paint, housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $4,306 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Neighborhood Center; Activity descriptions: Design and repairs to the Neighborhood Center located at 1300 East Polk; Activity amount funded: $25,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Housing Rehabilitation; Activity descriptions: Maximum of $20,000 can be expended on housing repairs for elderly and/or handicapped low-and moderate-income homeowners; Activity amount funded: $145 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Demolition and Clearance; Activity descriptions: Demolition and clearance of vacant dilapidated structures and clearance of lots; Activity amount funded: $20,000 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repair and painting; Activity amount funded: $3,139 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Painting; Activity amount funded: $143 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $1,192 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repairs; Activity amount funded: $1,381 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Housing rehabilitation; Activity amount funded: $463 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $124 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Painting and repairs; Activity amount funded: $602 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Roof repairs; Activity amount funded: $2,021 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $534 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Emergency housing repairs; Activity amount funded: $711 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Home repairs; Activity descriptions: Siding repairs; Activity amount funded: $1,117 Activity status: Open. Activity name: Economic Development; Activity descriptions: Design and development of business/kitchen incubator and/or Main Street facade improvements; Activity amount funded: $25,000 Activity status: Open. Source: IDIS and recipient. Note: This recipient also funded administrative costs. Activity location is available but not released per HUD policy. [End of table] TCAP: We summarize below additional information on each of the projects or activities funded through each of the TCAP grants we reviewed, including information on the scope (number of units newly constructed or rehabilitated), targeted beneficiary (elderly or family/general), status, location, and cost. Table 25: TCAP Project Table: Alabama Housing Finance Authority; Total: 566. Edgemont Village II; NC: 30; F/G; Total: 30; Status: Open; Location: Edgemont Drive off Hwy 80 East, Demopolis, AL 36732; Cost: $1,695,658.00. Solstice; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: Century Boulevard, Opelika, AL 36801; Cost: $3,745,000.00. Grady's Walk; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: Coe Dairy Road and Third Avenue, Dothan, AL 36303; Cost: $4,578,970.00. Mockingbird Pointe; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: Rumbley Road, Monroeville, AL 36461; Cost: $1,292,290.00. Brentwood Landing Apts; NC: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Covered Bridge Parkway, Prattville, AL 36067; Cost: $3,691,580.00. Chastain Manor; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 34th Avenue East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406; Cost: $1,904,200.00. High Forest II Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: High Forst Lane, Jasper, AL 35501; Cost: $1,506,930.00. Forest Hill Apartments; NC: 128; Total: 128; F/G; Status: Open; Location: E Side Shelton Beach Road 1/2 N of Moffett, Mobile, AL 36618; Cost: $4,454,750.00. Rosewood Park Apartments; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Completed; Location: 13107 Pounders-Sim Rd, Haleyville, AL 35565; Cost: $1,236,940.00. Alaska Housing Finance Corporation; Total: 242. Weeks Field Estates Phase II; NC: 55; Total: 55; F/G; Status: Open; Location: TBD, Fairbanks, AK 99701; Cost: $3,006,578.00. Christenson RD Portfolio; Rehab: 128; Total: 128; F/G; Status: Open; Location: TBA, Kodiak and Palmer, AK 99615; Cost: $1,978,412.00. Eklutna Estates; NC: 59; Total: 59; E; Status: Open; Location: 8850 Centennial Circle, Anchorage, AK 99504; Cost: $505,641.00. Arizona Department of Housing; Total: 726. Apache ASL Trails; NC: 75; Total: 75; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: NE Corner Apache Blvd and Lebanon Street, Tempe, AZ 85281; Cost: $1,829,982.00. Glendale Enterprise Lofts; NC: 28; Total: 28; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 6839 N 63rd Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301-3003; Cost: $2,548,908.00. Bradshaw Crossing; NC: 52; Total: 52; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 125, 127, 129 and 131 Bradshaw Drive, Prescott, AZ 86303- 4434; Cost: $2,400,000.00. Santa Fe Springs; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 300 S Railroad, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635-1960; Cost: $2,496,357.00. Oakwood Village III; NC: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3400 S Kofa Dr, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-6640; Cost: $2,654,000.00. Itom A'e; NC: 65; Total: 65; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 5424 E Calle Cerritos, Guadalupe, AZ 85283-1001; Cost: $2,198,294.00. La Posada; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 30th Street, Yuma, AZ 85364; Cost: $3,730,345.00. Madera Peak; NC: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: Saguaro Dr, Ocotillo Dr and Skyline Dr, Globe, AZ 85501-2067; Cost: $2,900,000.00. UMOM Family Housing; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 3320 E Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008-6813; Cost: $1,233,722.00. Coral Pointe; NC: 68; Total: 68; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2130 E Broadway Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85040-2539; Cost: $1,279,920.00. Sungate Villa II; NC: 54; Total: 54; E; Status: Open; Location: 3870 N Civic Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314-1266; Cost: $1,454,000.00. Ghost Ranch Lodge; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 801 W Miracle Mile, Tucson, AZ 85705-3707; Cost: $2,635,429.00. Arkansas Development Finance Authority; Total: 1,655. Ridgecrest Apartments; Rehab: 120; Total: 120; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 431 McCain Boulevard, North Little Rock, AR 72116; Cost: $462,000.00. Keown Homes; NC: 34; Total: 34; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4025 Apple Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72206; Cost: $503,568.00. Woodbend Apartments; Rehab: 104; Total: 104; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 501 Valencia Drive, Maumelle, AR 72113; Cost: $900,000.00. Valley Estates of Stuttgart; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 202A East Rich Smith Drive, Stuttgart, AR 72160; Cost: $500,000.00. Valley Estates of Heber Springs,; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 723 North Van Buren, Heber Springs, AR 72543; Cost: $500,000.00. The Orchards at Mabelvale; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 9501 Mabelvale Pike, Mabelvale, AR 72103; Cost: $950,000.00. The Orchards at Cabot; NC: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: 555 E. Mountain Springs Road, Cabot, AR 72023; Cost: $582,961.00. The Meadows Apartments; Rehab: 33; Total: 33; E; Status: Open; Location: 70 Jack Dante Drive, Dumas, AR 71639; Cost: $100,000.00. Rock Creek of Conway; NC: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 375 Monroe Street, Conway, AR 72034; Cost: $500,000.00. Pioneer Village Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 402 Knox Street, Mountain View, AR 72560; Cost: $418,000.00. Pebble Creek Apartments; Rehab: 39; Total: 39; E; Status: Open; Location: 301 Pebble Creek Drive, Mountain View, AR 72560; Cost: $519,926.00. North Acres Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1400 N. Bridge Street, Jonesboro, AR 72401; Cost: $500,000.00. Maple Esplanade; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1909 Old Bergman Road, Harrison, AR 72601; Cost: $500,000.00. Home Harbor Hot Springs; Rehab: 64; Total: 64; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 501 Malvern Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901; Cost: $757,385.00. Garden Manor Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1400 N. Bridge Street, Jonesboro, AR 72401; Cost: $500,000.00. Stone Ridge of Morrilton; NC: 33; Total: 33; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Lots 10-31 and 34-45 Legacy Drive, Morrilton, AR 72201; Cost: $949,542.00. Stone Brook Park of Fort Smith; NC: 37; Total: 37; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Spradling, North Street and Harris Street, Fort Smith, AR 72904; Cost: $500,000.00. Pine Meadows Apartments; Rehab: 51; Total: 51; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 890 Pierce St, Camden, AR 71707; Cost: $500,000.00. MeadowBrook Park of Marianna-Phase II; NC: 26; Total: 26; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 716 Meadowbrook Way, Marianna, AR 72360; Cost: $500,000.00. Creekwood Place Apartments; Rehab: 41; Total: 41; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 901 Halligan, Warren, AR 71671; Cost: $500,000.00. Barton Court Apartments; Rehab: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2416 E Barton Avenue, West Memphis, AR 72301; Cost: $971,496.00. Shady Oaks Apartments; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 130 West Cook Street, Forrest City, AR 72335; Cost: $189,890.00. The Ridgeway; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 206 East Gaines, Monticello, AR 71655; Cost: $500,000.00. North Oaks; Rehab: 33; Total: 33; E; Status: Open; Location: 921 Exchange Street, Earle, AR 72331; Cost: $126,336.00. Courtyard Cottages of Jacksonville Phase II; NC: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 1600 South JP Loop Road, Jacksonville, AR 72076; Cost: $731,869.00. Courtyard Cottages of Jacksonville Phase I; NC: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 1600 South JP Loop Road, Jacksonville, AR 72076; Cost: $967,388.00. Courtyard Cottages of Bryant Phase II; NC: 52; Total: 52; E; Status: Open; Location: 210 "B" Street, Bryant, AR 72022; Cost: $1,003,325.00. Courtyard Cottages of Bryant, Phase I; NC: 52; Total: 52; E; Status: Open; Location: 210 "B" Street, Bryant, AR 72022; Cost: $979,367.00. The Oaks; NC: 30; Total: 30; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1401 S. Mena Street, Mena, AR 71953; Cost: $500,000.00. Garden Walk of Decatur; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1251 Stadium Drive, Decatur, AR 72722; Cost: $500,000.00. Savannah Park of Alma; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 200 Thickston Drive, Alma, AR 72921; Cost: $500,000.00. Gardens at Whispering Knoll; NC: 40; Total: 40; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 6810 South Hazel Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71603; Cost: $500,000.00. Park Ridge of Texarkana Phase II; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 601 Price Lane, Texarkana, AR 71854; Cost: $500,000.00. Sunset Estates of Jonesboro; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1101 Mays Lane, Jonesboro, AR 72401; Cost: $350,000.00. The Villas of North Little Rock; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 2601 Pershing Circle, North Little Rock, AR 72118; Cost: $500,000.00. Park Ridge at Conway Phase III, LP; NC: 10; Total: 10; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1985 Rich Smith Lane, Conway, AR 72032; Cost: $500,000.00. California Tax Credit Allocation Committee; Total: 3,667. CA-2010-514; Rehab: 34; Total: 34; Status: Open; Location: 1330 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94702; Cost: $3,164,004.00. CA-2010-508; NC: 60; Total: 60; Status: Open; Location: 8925-8933 Glenoaks Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 91352; Cost: $5,137,130.00. CA-2010-511; Rehab: 172; Total: 172; Status: Open; Location: 220 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102; Cost: $41,068,080.00. CA-2010-510; Rehab: 153; Total: 153; Status: Open; Location: 480 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94102; Cost: $5,754,548.00. CA-2009-606; NC: 139; Total: 139; Status: Open; Location: 1501 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101; Cost: $6,637,597.00. CA-2009-600; NC: 15; Total: 15; Status: Open; Location: 3240 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, CA 94702; Cost: $1,151,090.00. CA-2009-594; Rehab: 41; Total: 41; Status: Open; Location: 167 South Palm Street, Ventura, CA 93001; Cost: $2,142,136.00. CA-2009-612; Rehab: 82; Total: 82; Status: Open; Location: 1020 S. Kingsley Dr., 1400 S. Kenmore Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90006; Cost: $4,638,120.00. CA-2009-609; NC: 15; Total: 15; Status: Open; Location: 14570 W California Avenue, Kerman, CA 93630; Cost: $2,202,168.00. CA-2009-603; Rehab: 55; Total: 55; Status: Open; Location: 1500 State Highway 99, Gridley, CA 95948; Cost: $3,876,854.00. CA-2009-601; Rehab: 38; Total: 38; Status: Open; Location: 801 Dutton Street, Winters, CA 95694; Cost: $3,718,512.00. CA-2009-595; Rehab: 59; Total: 59; Status: Open; Location: 470 E. Honolulu Street, Lindsay, CA 93247; Cost: $5,523,016.00. CA-2009-178; NC: 41; Total: 41; Status: Open; Location: 737-773 Knickerbocker Road, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315; Cost: $1,540,813.00. CA-2009-593; NC: 20; Total: 20; Status: Open; Location: 820 South Burlington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90057; Cost: $7,411,209.00. CA-2009-135; NC: 69; Total: 69; Status: Open; Location: 1726 N. Gower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90028; Cost: $5,662,815.00. CA-2009-592; Rehab: 308; Total: 308; Status: Open; Location: 740 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014; Cost: $2,971,296.00. CA-2009-589; Rehab: 75; Total: 75; Status: Open; Location: 740 S. 36th Street, San Diego, CA 92113; Cost: $2,967,867.00. CA-2009-585; NC: 64; Total: 64; Status: Open; Location: 6065 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor, CA 95492; Cost: $4,693,533.00. CA-2009-580; NC: 25; Total: 25; Status: Open; Location: 214 MacDonald Avenue, Richmond, CA 94801; Cost: $6,545,988.00. CA-2009-573; Rehab: 81; Total: 81; Status: Open; Location: 1015 North Kingsley Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90029; Cost: $8,759,856.00. CA-2009-571; NC: 19; Total: 19; Status: Open; Location: 178 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94107; Cost: $312,972.00. CA-2009-570; NC: 36; Total: 36; Status: Open; Location: 2235 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94107; Cost: $584,917.00. CA-2009-567; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; Status: Open; Location: 170 Wright Avenue, Morgan Hill, CA 95037; Cost: $2,486,237.00. CA-2009-565; NC: 44; Total: 44; Status: Open; Location: 1855 Cheatham Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93307; Cost: $3,436,553.00. CA-2009-563; Rehab: 30; Total: 30; Status: Open; Location: 401 Fairmount Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611; Cost: $2,306,485.00. CA-2009-562; NC: 99; Total: 99; Status: Open; Location: 1470 N. 4th Street, San Jose, CA 95112; Cost: $8,789,846.00. CA-2009-560; NC: 56; Total: 56; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Rosa Parks Rd and McCarthy Way, Palm Springs, CA 92202; Cost: $4,812,569.00. CA-2009-559; NC: 89; Total: 89; Status: Open; Location: 1901 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057; Cost: $1,529,761.00. CA-2009-558; Rehab: 26; Total: 26; Status: Open; Location: 157 E. 36th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90011; Cost: $3,323,946.00. CA-2009-557; NC: 19; Total: 19; Status: Open; Location: 1001 83rd Avenue, Oakland, CA 94621; Cost: $388,241.00. CA-2009-554; NC: 135; Total: 135; Status: Open; Location: Southeast corner of Del Paso Road and Gateway Park Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95835; Cost: $1,300,000.00. CA-2009-553; NC: 92; Total: 92; Status: Open; Location: 411 South Stanislaus Street, Stockton, CA 95202; Cost: $16,194,554.00. CA-2009-551; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; Status: Open; Location: 1650 First Street, Lincoln, CA 95648; Cost: $2,096,318.00. CA-2009-549; NC: 104; Total: 104; Status: Open; Location: 20503 and 20709 San Ramon Valley Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583; Cost: $725,000.00. CA-2009-547; Rehab: 83; Total: 83; Status: Open; Location: 2647 International Blvd., Oakland, CA 94601; Cost: $7,088,603.00. CA-2009-546; NC: 93; Total: 93; Status: Open; Location: South side of Santa Fe Road, Brea, CA 92821; Cost: $7,741,681.00. CA-2009-545; NC: 43; Total: 43; Status: Open; Location: Southwest corner of Heritage Parkway and Parkland Avenue, Woodland, CA 95776; Cost: $6,236,741.00. CA-2009-544; NC: 48; Total: 48; Status: Open; Location: 831 W. 70th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90044; Cost: $1,113,191.00. CA-2009-543; NC: 25; Total: 25; Status: Open; Location: 1800-1812 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026; Cost: $517,101.00. CA-2009-541; NC: 63; Total: 63; Status: Open; Location: 9315 South Firth Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90002; Cost: $835,000.00. CA-2009-540; NC: 61; Total: 61; Status: Open; Location: 2103 and 2121 W. Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento, CA 95816; Cost: $420,099.00. CA-2009-536; NC: 56; Total: 56; Status: Open; Location: Near N.E. corner of Euclid Avenue and North Way, Dinuba, CA 93618; Cost: $9,508,290.00. CA-2009-535; NC: 72; Total: 72; Status: Open; Location: Paigewood Drive South of Highway 32, Orland, CA 95963; Cost: $11,203,431.00. CA-2009-532; Rehab: 74; Total: 74; Status: Open; Location: 5321 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95820; Cost: $7,814,000.00. CA-2009-528; NC: 48; Total: 48; Status: Open; Location: 613 11th Avenue, Hanford, CA 93230; Cost: $6,736,338.00. CA-2009-526; NC: 104; Total: 104; Status: Open; Location: 452-458 South Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013; Cost: $9,668,100.00. CA-2009-524; NC: 89; Total: 89; Status: Open; Location: 3417 Freedom Park Drive, North Highlands, CA 95660; Cost: $6,743,650.00. CA-2009-521; NC: 20; Total: 20; Status: Open; Location: 12005 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90061; Cost: $4,152,403.00. CA-2009-520; NC: 63; Total: 63; Status: Open; Location: 1620 6th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101; Cost: $17,325,606.00. CA-2009-519; NC: 45; Total: 45; Status: Open; Location: 199 East Inger Drive, Santa Maria, CA 93454; Cost: $18,390,523.00. CA-2009-515; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; Status: Open; Location: 1027 and 1045 Redondo Ave, 1134 Stanley Ave, and 350 E. Esther St., Long Beach, CA 90804; Cost: $2,903,613.00. CA-2009-514; Rehab: 79; Total: 79; Status: Open; Location: 622-628 Alvarado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057; Cost: $11,277,333.00. CA-2009-512; NC: 78; Total: 78; Status: Open; Location: Shady Lane south of Red Bud Drive, Anderson, CA 96007; Cost: $8,197,893.00. CA-2009-511; NC: 72; Total: 72; Status: Open; Location: Westwood Avenue and Hwy 65, Lindsay, CA 93247; Cost: $6,983,119.00. CA-2009-510; NC: 20; Total: 20; Status: Open; Location: 579-581 Park Avenue, El Centro, CA 92243; Cost: $2,672,834.00. CA-2009-507; NC: 20; Total: 20; Status: Open; Location: 12015 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90061; Cost: $4,493,534.00. Colorado Housing and Finance Authority; Total: 684. Veterans Apartments; NC: 26; Total: 26; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2633-2641 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80203; Cost: $1,013,895.00. Village on Stanford; Rehab: 82; Total: 82; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2613 Stanford, Fort Collins, CO 80304; Cost: $989,065.00. Panorama Pointe Senior; NC: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: SW corner 84th Zuni Street, Westminster, CO 80031; Cost: $2,887,330.00. Broadway West Community; NC: 26; Total: 26; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3120 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304; Cost: $936,298.00. 1601 Colorado; NC: 112; Total: 112; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1601 Colorado, Denver, CO 80220; Cost: $3,174,297.00. 5100 W Alameda; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 5100 W. Alameda Ave., Denver, CO 80219; Cost: $2,218,317.00. Chaffee Park Senior; NC: 62; Total: 62; Status: Open; Location: 4580 N. Tejon Street, Denver, CO 80211; Cost: $670,000.00. Renaissance Uptown Lofts; NC: 98; Total: 98; OS; Status: Open; Location: 551 East Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203; Cost: $5,904,782.00. St. Joseph Golden; NC: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 17400 - 17498 W. 10th Ave., Golden, CO 80401; Cost: $1,118,963.00. Denver Gardens; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; E; Status: Open; Location: 6801 E. Mississippi, Denver, CO 80224; Cost: $1,780,572.00. Connecticut Housing Finance Authority; Total: 484. Metro Green Apartments II; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 717 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT 6902; Cost: $5,607,800.00. Chamberlain Heights; NC: 124; Total: 124; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 261 Chamberlain Highway, Meriden, CT 6451; Cost: $1,137,388.00. Cedarwoods Apartments; NC: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 87 Roanoke Avenue, Windham, CT 6226; Cost: $5,701,488.00. Palmers Hill Apartments; NC: 51; Total: 51; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 26 Palmers Hill Road, Stamford, CT 06902-2113; Cost: $8,722,487.00. Briarcliff Apartments; Rehab: 106; Total: 106; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8-107 Fern Street, New London, CT 06320-2713; Cost: $2,395,205.00. Bates Woods Apartments; Rehab: 107; Total: 107; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 27-114 Boulder Road, New London, CT 06320-2514; Cost: $2,606,520.00. Delaware State Housing Authority; Total: 131. Lexington Green; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1201Kingstown Building, Newark, DE 19702; Cost: $2,541,642.00. Marcella's and Judy House; Rehab: 31; Total: 31; OS; Status: Open; Location: 901 Washington Street, Wilmington, DE 19801; Cost: $2,633,619.00. District of Columbia Department of Housing and Community Development; Total: 238. Victory Square; NC: 98; Total: 98; E; Status: Open; Location: 600 Barnes Street, NE, Washington, DC 20019; Cost: $2,145,048.00. Webster Gardens; Rehab: 52; Total: 52; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 124 and126 Webster St., NW, Washington, DC 20016; Cost: $1,800,000.00. Park Vista Apartments; Rehab: 83; Total: 83; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3400 13th St. SE, Washington, DC 20032; Cost: $2,300,000.00. Brookland Artspace Lofts; NC: 41; Total: 41; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3305 8th St. NE, Wash, DC 20017; Cost: $3,107,185.00. Fort Stevens Place Apartments; Rehab: 62; Total: 62; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 6000 13th Place, NW, Washington, DC 20011; Cost: $1,960,000.00. Florida Housing Finance Corporation; Total: 1970. Hammock Harbor - Phase I; NC: 110; Total: 110; F/G; Status: Open; Location: North side of St Andrews Drive, between Fiske Boulevard and Wentworth Circle, Rockledge, FL 32955; Cost: $6,865,982.00. Oakdale Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 226 North First Street, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433; Cost: $1,432,291.00. Pine Berry Senior Apartments; NC: 85; Total: 85; E; Status: Open; Location: 1225 South Highland Avenue, Clearwater, FL 33756; Cost: $5,474,441.00. Parkway Place; NC: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Southeast corner of Wickham Road and Parkway Drive, Melbourne, FL 32935; Cost: $4,644,524.00. Vista Mar; NC: 110; Total: 110; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 501 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33127; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Cypress Cove; NC: 80; Total: 80; OS; Status: Open; Location: East of 5th and 6th Streets along the northeast boundary of Lake Ida, Winter Haven, FL 33881; Cost: $3,805,167.00. Meetinghouse at Zephyrhills; NC: 160; Total: 160; E; Status: Open; Location: Intersection of Daughtery Road and Wire Road, Zephyrhills, FL 33540; Cost: $7,500,000.00. Renaissance Preserve; NC: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Intersection of Michigan Avenue Link and A Street, Fort Myers, FL 33916; Cost: $1,071,882.00. Graceland Manor Apartments; Rehab: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 5445 Brown Street, Graceville, FL 32440; Cost: $1,320,273.00. Mirabella Apartments; NC: 204; Total: 204; F/G; Status: Open; Location: The corner of SW 128th Avenue and SW 252nd, Miami, FL 33032; Cost: $7,500,000.00. The Fountains on Falkenburg - Phase II; NC: 106; Total: 106; Status: Open; E; Location: South side of Camden Field Parkway, one parcel west of, Riverview, FL 33569; Cost: $6,600,000.00. Stenstrom Road Senior Village; NC: 67; Total: 67; E; Status: Open; Location: North side of Stenstrom Road , Wauchula, FL 33873; Cost: $4,161,268.00. Charlotte Crossing; NC: 82; Total: 82; F/G; Status: Open; Location: North of the intersection of Sandhill Boulevard and Rio de Janeiro Ave, Punta Gorda, FL 33983; Cost: $3,025,443.00. Pana Villa Apartments; Rehab: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1802 Flower Avenue, Panama City, FL 32405; Cost: $1,822,477.00. Orchid Grove; NC: 80; Total: 80; OS; Status: Open; Location: Northwest corner of NW 8th Avenue and NW 8th Street, Florida City, FL 33034; Cost: $3,546,467.00. Shepherd's Court; NC: 80; Total: 80; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1603 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136; Cost: $5,280,000.00. Sutton Place; Rehab: 130; Total: 130; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 523 NE 23rd Circle, Ocala, FL 34470; Cost: $1,155,900.00. Little Oaks Apartments; Rehab: 68; Total: 68; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 300 West Atwater, Eustis, FL 32726; Cost: $1,777,176.00. Notre Dame Apartments; NC: 64; Total: 64; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 5725 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127; Cost: $4,800,000.00. Cottondale Village Apartments; Rehab: 82; Total: 82; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4052 Old Cottondale Road, Marianna, FL 32448; Cost: $2,460,000.00. Beach Village at Palm Coast - Phase I; NC: 100; Total: 100; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Northeast Quadrant of Moody Blvd and Roberts Road, Palm Coast, FL 32136; Cost: $7,401,934.00. Georgia Housing Finance Authority; Total: 915. The Tower at Dorsey Manor; Rehab: 71; Total: 71; E; Status: Open; Location: 212 Lemon Street, Marietta, GA 30060; Cost: $1,500,000.00. Sustainable Fellwood Phase II; NC: 99; Total: 99; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Ferrill Street near Richard Street, Savannah, GA 31415; Cost: $4,300,000.00. Columbia at South River Gardens (F/K/A Columbia Hill); NC: 124; Total: 124; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3450 Forest Park Road, Atlanta, GA 30354; Cost: $10,376,883.00. Baker Village Apartments II; NC: 148; Total: 148; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1331 Fort Benning Road, Columbus, GA 31903; Cost: $11,340,018.00. Adamsville Green; NC: 90; Total: 90; E; Status: Open; Location: 3537 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30331; Cost: $6,444,927.00. Baptist Tower; Rehab: 268; Total: 268; E; Status: Open; Location: 1881 Myrtle Drive, Atlanta, GA 30311; Cost: $1,850,000.00. Riverview Heights (Formerly Known As Oconee Park); Rehab: 115; Total: 115; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 200 Riverview Park Drive, Dublin, GA 31021; Cost: $8,311,921.00. Idaho Housing and Finance Association; Total: 436. Tullamore Senior Apartments; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 999 Market, Post Falls, ID 83854; Cost: $588,649.00. Silver Creek Apartments; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 999 North Idaline Road, Post Falls, ID 83854; Cost: $750,000.00. Galway Apartments; Rehab: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2219 W. Karcher Road, Nampa, ID 83651; Cost: $1,120,000.00. Valley Meadows Apartments; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 550 Deinhard Lane, McCall, ID 83638; Cost: $734,000.00. Tullamore Commons Apartments; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 3797 E. Carradale Avenue, Post Falls, ID 83854; Cost: $1,140,000.00. Ridgeview Apartments; Rehab: 34; Total: 34; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1640 Washington Avenue, St. Maries, ID 83681; Cost: $101,460.00. Canyonside Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1741 Burke Road, Wallace, ID 83873; Cost: $1,041,493.00. Apple Pointe Apartments; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3410 North 34th Street, Boise, ID 83703; Cost: $148,020.00. Summerhill Apartments; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 965 Hoopes Avenue, Idaho Falls, ID 83404; Cost: $2,900,000.00. Northwood Place; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 101 Park Circle, Ketchum, ID 83340; Cost: $230,000.00. Illinois Housing Development Authority; Total: 1,333. Crane Meadows Apartments; Rehab: 264; Total: 264; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1503-1519 and 1521-1617 Lorelei Drive, Zion, IL 60099; Cost: $4,439,052.00. Carbondale Neighbors; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites, Carbondale, IL 62901; Cost: $500,000.00. Spring Valley Senior Housing; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 201 West Fourth Street, Spring Valley, IL 61362; Cost: $4,584,198.00. Willow Heights Apts. L.P.; Rehab: 63; Total: 63; E; Status: Open; Location: 1460 Wellington Way, Decatur, IL 62526; Cost: $1,400,000.00. Douglas County Apts; NC: 35; Total: 35; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 200 Van Vorrhis, Tuscola and Atwood, IL 61953; Cost: $653,983.00. Sandstone Hills; NC: 29; Total: 29; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2728 E. 13000 South Rd, Pembroke Township, IL 60958; Cost: $3,804,424.00. Sinai Village; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites, East St. Louis, IL 62201; Cost: $6,601,858.00. City of Chicago Suites of Autumn Green at Wright Campus; NC: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 4225 North Oak Park Ave, Chicago, IL 60634; Cost: $2,233,438.00. Bella Vista Apt Elderly; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 103 Debra Lane, Waterloo, IL 62298; Cost: $939,865.00. Bella Vista Apt Family; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 100 Debra Lane, Waterloo, IL 62298; Cost: $1,178,444.00. Berkshires Inc.; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 104 and Route 29, Taylorville, IL 62568; Cost: $3,459,093.00. Rosa Parks Apt.; NC: 94; Total: 94; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Huron St and Franklin Blvd, Drake Ave and Kedzie in Humboldt, Chicago, IL 60647; Cost: $5,080,140.00. City of Chicago Branch Of Hope Apt; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; OS; Status: Open; Location: 5600 South Halsted, Chicago, IL 60621; Cost: $8,597,950.00. City of Chicago St. Edmunds Commons; NC: 53; Total: 53; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 60th Street From Wabash Ave To Indiana Ave, Chicago, IL 60637; Cost: $3,062,007.00. Knollwood Retirement Center St. Clair; NC: 83; Total: 83; E; Status: Open; Location: 921 Knollwood Village Road, Caseyville, IL 62232; Cost: $1,656,251.00. City of Chicago Dr King Legacy Apt; NC: 42; Total: 42; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1531 and 1545 South Avers, and 3800-3824 W 16th Ave, Chicago, IL 60623; Cost: $5,012,335.00. The Glen at Belvidere; NC: 96; Total: 96; E; Status: Open; Location: Squaw Prairie Road East of Rt 76, Belvidere, IL 61108; Cost: $5,997,823.00. River to River Community of Marion; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 1515 DeYoung Street, Marion, IL 62959; Cost: $1,790,328.00. Shelbyville Homes; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: SW corner of Vandalia Road and Hickory St, Shelbyville, IL 62665; Cost: $1,790,000.00. Victory Centre of South Senior Apt; NC: 72; Total: 72; E; Status: Open; Location: 9233 South Burley Ave, Chicago, IL 60617; Cost: $8,988,610.00. Wilmington Sr. Housing Phase II; NC: 40; Total: 40; E; Status: Open; Location: Becky Avenue and Vista Drive, Wilmington, IL 60048; Cost: $2,964,210.00. Maple Ridge Apt; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 720 E. Court St, Paris, IL 61944; Cost: $3,076,495.00. Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority; Total: 852. Northtown Village Townhomes II,; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 3500 and 3600 Blk of Main St and 3700 Blk of Pulaski St, East Chicago, IN 46312; Cost: $5,338,130.00. Wexford of Michigan City; NC: 44; Total: 44; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 300 Westwind Dr, Michigan City, IN 46360; Cost: $4,227,649.00. Laurelwood and Rowney Terrace; Rehab: 231; Total: 231; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 3340 Teakwood Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Cost: $6,000,000.00. Twin Hills and Blackburn Terrace; Rehab: 307; Total: 307; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2210 East 26th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218; Cost: $6,000,000.00. Stonegate Village Apartments; NC: 122; Total: 122; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 3302 Stonegate Drive, New Castle, IN 47362; Cost: $3,801,719.00. Nine North LP; NC: 58; Total: 58; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 210 North 9th Street, Richmond, IN 47353; Cost: $3,465,240.00. 707 North Apartments; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 707 North, Indianapolis, IN 46204; Cost: $9,215,595.00. Iowa Finance Authority; Total: 536. Murray Apartments; Rehab: 17; Total: 17; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 821 Jackson Street, Sioux City, IA 51101; Cost: $638,502.00. Vera French Court; NC: 13; Total: 13; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3465 Holiday Court, Bettendorf, IA 52722; Cost: $496,403.00. Cedar Pond Townhomes; NC: 90; Total: 90; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3031 Williams Parkway SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404; Cost: $1,749,984.00. MLK Brickstone Development LP; NC: 18; Total: 18; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1039 19th Street, Des Moines, IA 50314; Cost: $1,106,115.00. Unity Square Townhomes (Formerly Known As East Waterloo Family Housing); NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Southeast Corner of Newell and Mobile Street, Waterloo, IA 50703; Cost: $1,528,528.00. Aniston Village LP; NC: 22; Total: 22; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 351-353 Westbury Court, Iowa City, IA 52240; Cost: $1,640,456.00. Cedar View Apartments; NC: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: 1100 O Avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405; Cost: $2,240,367.00. Homes of Oakridge Phase II; Rehab: 150; Total: 150; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 926 Oakridge Drive, Des Moines, IA 50314; Cost: $2,334,170.00. Homes of Oakridge; Rehab: 150; Total: 150; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 926 Oakridge Drive, Des Moines, IA 50314; Cost: $2,632,293.00. Kansas Housing Resources Corporation; Total: 153. Mesa Verde; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 35th and Meriden, Wichita, KS 67204; Cost: $3,158,090.00. Southview Apartments; Rehab: 28; Total: 28; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 110 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Holton, KS 66436; Cost: $1,982,800.00. Cornerstone Apartments; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2164 SE 13th Street, Topeka, KS 66607; Cost: $958,698.00. Homestead Senior Residences; NC: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: Kaw Valley Park Circle, Wamego, KS 66547; Cost: $3,185,000.00. House to Home; NC: 15; Total: 15; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Bethany Neighborhood, Kansas City, KS 66102; Cost: $3,765,000.00. Fifth Street Apartments; NC: 6; Total: 6; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 5th Street, Bird City, KS 67731; Cost: $660,333.00. McKinley Apartments; NC: 28; Total: 28; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites, Independence, KS 67301; Cost: $1,639,750.00. Kentucky Housing Corporation; Total: 849. Taylorsville Place; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1265 Mt. Washington Rd, Taylorsville, KY 40071; Cost: $2,145,964.00. St. William Apts; Rehab: 53; Total: 53; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1127,1137,1147,1157, South 17th, Louisville, KY 40203; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Jackson Woods Apts; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1012-16, 1013-1037, S. Jackson St., Louisville, KY 40204; Cost: $2,237,489.00. Mt. Vernon Greens Apts; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 90 McBee St, Mt. Vernon, KY 40456; Cost: $193,651.00. Albany Commons Apts; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 198 Albany Commons St, Albany, KY 40602; Cost: $165,200.00. Mason Greene; Rehab: 68; Total: 68; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 340 Stoke Dr, Monticello, KY 42633; Cost: $2,391,564.00. Neighborhood Redevelopment C., Ltd; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2510 Tuckahoe Rd, Louisville, KY 40207; Cost: $1,684,377.00. Hallmark Plaza-Wilart Arms Apts; Rehab: 66; Total: 66; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1797 Wilart Dr, Louisville, KY 40216; Cost: $6,162,091.00. Walnut Forest Apts; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 634 Morgantown Rd, Franklin, KY 42134; Cost: $3,400,000.00. KDVA Homes 07-09; NC: 38; Total: 38; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 333 Guthrie Green St, Louisville, KY 40402; Cost: $2,223,588.00. Preston's Crossing; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Town Branch Rd/County Rd, Prestonsburg, KY 41653; Cost: $1,514,878.00. Country Place Apts., Ltd.; Rehab: 150; Total: 150; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3003 Country Place Ct., Hebron, KY 41048; Cost: $500,000.00. Brentwood of Clarkson; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 328 N. Patterson, Leitchfield, KY 42755; Cost: $334,779.00. Lilac Apts; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 907 Clarkson Dr., Leitchfield, KY 42755; Cost: $355,934.00. Cloverdale Apts HC; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 510 West Street, Leitchfield, KY 42755; Cost: $549,354.00. Wildewood Apts; Rehab: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3910 Wynnbrook Dr, Independence, KY 41042; Cost: $3,278,218.00. Glasgow Graded School; Rehab: 23; Total: 23; E; Status: Open; Location: 311 South Liberty St, Glasgow, KY 42141; Cost: $1,283,507.00. Eastside Revitalization III - HC; Rehab: 31; Total: 31; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites, Covington, KY 41011; Cost: $839,101.00. Edgewood Apts; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 734 National Turnpike, Leitchfield, KY 42755; Cost: $326,481.00. Louisiana Housing Finance Agency; Total: 2734. Wesley Chapel; Rehab: 82; Total: 82; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 10008 Avenue L, Baton Rouge, LA 70808; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Walnut Square Apartments; Rehab: 209; Total: 209; OS; Status: Open; Location: 8501 I-10 Service Road, New Orleans, LA 70127; Cost: $1,000,000.00. The Muses II; Rehab: 52; Total: 52; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1731 Polymnia Street, New Orleans, LA 70113; Cost: $850,000.00. Oakwood Terrace Subdivision; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 9215 Cedar Court, Baton Rouge, LA 70812; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Mallard Crossing; Rehab: 192; Total: 192; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 11316 Greenwell Springs Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70814; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Dergenios Loft; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2601 Perdido Street, New Orleans, LA 70119; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Belhaven Trace; NC: 31; Total: 31; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1840 Glenmore Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70808; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Lafitte Senior Housing; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 700 North Galvez Street, New Orleans, LA 70122; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Villa Gardens; Rehab: 43; Total: 43; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 500 Patterson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501; Cost: $833,528.00. Historic Bastrop High School; Rehab: 68; Total: 68; E; Status: Open; Location: 715 S. Washington Street, Bastrop, LA 71220; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Fifth Avenue Apartments; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4254 Fifth Avenue, Lake Charles, LA 70605; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Townhomes of Sherwood Forest; Rehab: 98; Total: 98; OS; Status: Open; Location: Greenwell Springs Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70814; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Canterbury House (Slidell); Rehab: 120; Total: 120; OS; Status: Open; Location: 500 Spartan Drive, Slidell, LA 70458; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Chateau Carre; Rehab: 150; Total: 150; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3000 Gentilly Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70122; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Classic Construction of New Orleans Venture II; Rehab: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2201 Charbonnet Street, New Orleans, LA 70117; Cost: $282,040.00. Cottages at the Power Center; Rehab: 125; Total: 125; OS; Status: Open; Location: Power Centre Drive, Lake Charles, LA 70607; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Georgetown of New Orleans III; Rehab: 80; Total: 80; OS; Status: Open; Location: 6200 Morrison Ave, New Orleans, LA 70126; Cost: $862,245.00. Grand Lake Elderly; Rehab: 30; Total: 30; E; Status: Open; Location: 10104 Hwy 385, Grand Lake, LA 70607; Cost: $266,867.00. Hardwood Apartments; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; OS; Status: Open; Location: 5982 Street B, St. Francisville, LA 70775; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Hideaway Crossing; Rehab: 35; Total: 35; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Sabine St, Alexandria, LA 71439; Cost: $798,138.00. Indiana Homes; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Indiana Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70131; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Levy Gardens; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; OS; Status: Open; Location: Bullard and Levy, New Orleans, LA 70128; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Monet Acres Estates II; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Old Spanish Trail, Sulphur, LA 70665; Cost: $844,925.00. North Abbeville Subdivision II; Rehab: 57; Total: 57; OS; Status: Open; Location: North Lafitte Road, Abbeville, LA 70510; Cost: $384,622.00. North Abbeville Subdivision; Rehab: 62; Total: 62; OS; Status: Open; Location: North Lafitte Road, Abbeville, LA 70510; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Old Morrison Homes; Rehab: 38; Total: 38; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 6729 West Laverne St, New Orleans, LA 70126; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Orleans Place; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; OS; Status: Open; Location: Maumas Street, New Orleans, LA 70131; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Renoir Acres Estates II; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: S. Belgris Pkwy, Sulphur, LA 70065; Cost: $995,565.00. Ridge Estates of Hammond; Rehab: 52; Total: 52; OS; Status: Open; Location: JW Davis Drive, Hammond, LA 70403; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Sabine Point; Rehab: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Williams and Fairchild, Vinton, LA 70668; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Senior Residences of Central; Rehab: 80; Total: 80; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: Hooper Road and Joor Road, Central, LA 70818; Cost: $1,000,000.00. St. Landry Crossing; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Penny Lane, Opelousas, LA 70570; Cost: $704,282.00. Sulphur Retirement Community; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 503 Cypress Street, Sulphur, LA 70663; Cost: $379,031.00. York Homes; Rehab: 43; Total: 43; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Naebors Drive, Welsh, LA 70591; Cost: $774,660.00. Willowood Estates; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Aberdeen Drive, Harvey, LA 70058; Cost: $250,000.00. Virona Estates Subdivision; Rehab: 38; Total: 38; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Church and Waldorf Street, Rayville, LA 71269; Cost: $696,500.00. Tudor Square Apartments; Rehab: 51; Total: 51; E; Status: Open; Location: 3011 Milan Street, New Orleans, LA 70125; Cost: $600,055.00. Liberty Place Apartments; NC: 34; Total: 34; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2301-31 Toledano Street, New Orleans, LA 70113; Cost: $465,000.00. Millers Crossing II; NC: 38; Total: 38; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Hwy 165 and Pearl St, Monroe, LA 71202; Cost: $1,000,000.00. River Bend Subdivision IV; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Green Oaks St, Alexandria, LA 71302; Cost: $450,000.00. Oak Apartments; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1222 East 5th Avenue, Oakdale, LA 71463; Cost: $200,000.00. GCHP-One Stop; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1620 Convention Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70802; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Maine State Housing Authority; Total: 113. Spring Crossing; NC: 34; Total: 34; E; Status: Open; Location: 19 Ash Street, Westbrook, ME 4092; Cost: $2,584,158.00. Munjoy Commons; Rehab: 39; Total: 39; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 58 North Street, Portland, ME 4101; Cost: $2,173,568.00. The Mill at Saco Falls; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Maine Workforce Housing LLC, Biddeford, ME 4005; Cost: $3,362,517.00. Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; Total: 1403. William Booth Towers; Rehab: 114; Total: 114; E; Status: Open; Location: 220 Sommerville Avenue, Cumberland, MD 21502; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Wayland Village; NC: 90; Total: 90; E; Status: Open; Location: 3020-26 Garrison Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21216; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Sierra Woods; Rehab: 160; Total: 160; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8712 Airybrink Lane, Columbia, MD 21045; Cost: $900,000.00. Perryman Station; NC: 80; Total: 80; E; Status: Open; Location: 1220 Perryman Road, Aberdeen, MD 21001; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Park View at Severna Park; NC: 103; Total: 103; ER; Status: Open; Location: 180 Ritchie Highway, Severna Park, MD 21146; Cost: $2,000,000.00. North Creek Run; NC: 53; Total: 53; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Razor Strap Road, North East, MD 21901; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Hammarlee House; NC: 55; Total: 55; E; Status: Open; Location: E. Furnace Branch Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21060; Cost: $2,700,000.00. Greens at Liberty Road; NC: 105; Total: 105; E; Status: Open; Location: 9707 Liberty Road, Baltimore, MD 21133; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Glenview Gardens; Rehab: 204; Total: 204; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 7987 Nolpark Court, Glen Burnie, MD 21601; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Cumberland Meadows; NC: 64; Total: 64; E; Status: Open; Location: Old Willowbrook Road, Cumberland, MD 21502; Cost: $2,729,275.00. Conifer Village at Cambridge II; NC: 70; Total: 70; E; Status: Open; Location: Leonard Lane at Zachary Drive, Cambridge, MD 21613; Cost: $3,000,000.00. City Arts Apartments; NC: 69; Total: 69; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1500 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202; Cost: $2,635,000.00. Cedar Hill; Rehab: 77; Total: 77; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 10 Cedar Hill Circle, North East, MD 21901; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Admiral Oaks Apartments; Rehab: 159; Total: 159; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 445-C Captains Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401; Cost: $737,421.00. Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development; Total: 581. Ingraham Place; Rehab: 19; Total: 19; OS; Status: Open; Location: 80 Rivet Street, New Bedford, MA 2740; Cost: $4,484,649.00. Union Crossing; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 50 Island Street, Lawrence, MA 1840; Cost: $6,166,748.00. Heywood Wakefield 3; Rehab: 78; Total: 78; E; Status: Open; Location: 194 Central Street, Gardner, MA 1440; Cost: $3,080,000.00. Centre-Creighton Apartments; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 365 Centre Street, Boston, MA 2130; Cost: $6,167,338.00. Winslow; NC: 55; Total: 55; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 132 Main Street and 11 Wells Street, Greenfield, MA 1301; Cost: $5,978,943.00. Cutler Heights; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Hollis St/Jasper Hill Rd., Holliston, MA 1746; Cost: $3,939,318.00. Shillman House; NC: 90; Total: 90; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 49 Edmunds Road, Framingham, MA 1701; Cost: $2,887,340.00. Kasanof Bakery; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 215-233 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 2119; Cost: $3,825,000.00. 270 Centre Street; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 270 Centre Street, Boston, MA 2130; Cost: $5,483,525.00. Cabot Street Homes BAHC; NC: 43; Total: 43; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 319-325 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 1915; Cost: $4,790,710.00. Worthington House Campus; NC: 92; Total: 92; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 769 Worthington Street, Springfield, MA 1105; Cost: $7,872,425.00. Michigan State Housing Development Authority; Total: 2118. Windsong Apartments; Rehab: 31; Total: 31; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3001 Valencia Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-2599; Cost: $2,365,173.00. Longfellow Tower; Rehab: 149; Total: 149; E; Status: Open; Location: 301 East Court St., Ludington, MI 49431-1767; Cost: $1,847,696.00. Woodside Square Apartments; Rehab: 85; Total: 85; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 35473 North Alexander, Romulus, MI 48174-1701; Cost: $1,770,635.00. Sycamore House; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; E; Status: Open; Location: 100 Sycamore St., Durand, MI 48429-1219; Cost: $2,271,430.00. Sunrise Village; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 155 Margaret St., Sandusky, MI 48471; Cost: $660,233.00. Silver Maple Village; Rehab: 175; Total: 175; E; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 691 Dewey St., Lapeer, MI 48446; Cost: $2,195,606.00. Sheldon Place II Apartments; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 915 Sheldon St., Gaylord, MI 49735; Cost: $2,190,000.00. Scott Building; Rehab: 28; Total: 28; E; Status: Open; Location: 103 East Quincy St., Hancock, MI 49930-2168; Cost: $632,317.00. Park Meadows; NC: 63; Total: 63; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 11225 Park Meadows, South Haven, MI 49090-6732; Cost: $942,117.00. Midtown Village; Rehab: 30; Total: 30; E; Status: Open; Location: 372 North River Ave., Holland, MI 49424; Cost: $2,511,433.00. McCalla Greene; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 409 Canfield St., Milan, MI 48160-1674; Cost: $1,221,325.00. Maxwell Place; NC: 49; Total: 49; E; Status: Open; Location: 4939 Cecilia Dr., South Haven, MI 49090; Cost: $757,772.00. Greentree Apartments; Rehab: 152; Total: 152; E; Status: Open; Location: 4320 Kalamazoo Ave., SE, Kentwood, MI 49508 3609; Cost: $3,198,903.00. Butternut Creek Apartments; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; E; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 100 Butternut Drive, Charlotte, MI 48813; Cost: $4,436,645.00. Beacon Hill/Hillsdale Place Apartments; Rehab: 198; Total: 198; E; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 601 Heathcliff Drive, Hillsdale, MI 49242; Cost: $4,686,838.00. Goodrich Apartments; Rehab: 14; Total: 14; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 333 and 339 South Divison Avenue, Grand Rapids, MI 49503; Cost: $666,697.00. Ginger Square Apartments; Rehab: 108; Total: 108; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1200 Pennbrook Drive, Owosso, MI 48867; Cost: $2,756,801.00. Freedom Place; Rehab: 350; Total: 350; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1101 West Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201; Cost: $4,504,822.00. Devon Square Apartments; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1225 East Orchard Street, Ferndale, MI 48220; Cost: $1,920,927.00. The Village of Royal Oak; NC: 107; Total: 107; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3412 Devon Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073; Cost: $3,935,103.00. Cass Plaza Apartments; Rehab: 47; Total: 47; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 35350 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201; Cost: $2,744,549.00. Ballentine Apartments; Rehab: 18; Total: 18; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 821/825 North Pennsylvania, Lansing, MI 48906; Cost: $1,375,067.00. Alpine Alten Zimmer; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 120 Grandview Boulevard, Gaylord, MI 49423; Cost: $549,032.00. Greenbriar Apartments; Rehab: 126; Total: 126; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 121 Waverly Road, Holland, MI 49423; Cost: $753,000.00. Gateway Village; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: M22 and M115, Frankfort, MI 49635; Cost: $1,262,130.00. Minnesota Housing Finance Agency; Total: 920. Minnesota Place; Rehab: 76; Total: 76; OS; Status: Open; Location: 46 Fourth St E, Saint Paul, MN 55101; Cost: $1,642,989.00. Near North Community Housing Project; Rehab: 62; Total: 62; OS; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Minneapolis, MN 55411; Cost: $881,750.00. Kilkenny Court; Rehab: 88; Total: 88; E; Status: Open; Location: 1440 Fourth St SE, Forest Lake, MN 55025; Cost: $521,101.00. Granada Lake Townhomes; Rehab: 68; Total: 68; OS; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Oakdale, MN 55128; Cost: $722,812.00. Meadowlark Townhomes; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Holt Ave and 210th St W, Lakeville, MN 55044; Cost: $425,558.00. Apple Valley East; NC: 45; Total: 45; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 155th St W, Apple Valley, MN 55124; Cost: $1,871,873.00. Audubon Crossing; NC: 30; Total: 30; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2510 Polk Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418; Cost: $1,098,199.00. Creekside Commons; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 105 54th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55419; Cost: $1,253,590.00. Jefferson Square; Rehab: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1300 - 1306 Jefferson Road, Northfield, MN 55057; Cost: $745,308.00. Grand Plaza; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Grand Rapids, MN 55744; Cost: $5,905,568.00. Grand Manor II and III; Rehab: 56; Total: 56; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Grand Rapids, MN 55744; Cost: $1,066,340.00. Red Oaks Preserve Family; NC: 29; Total: 29; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 50th Avenue North, Oakdale, MN 55128; Cost: $1,500,000.00. Har Mar Apartments; Rehab: 120; Total: 120; OS; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Roseville, MN 55113; Cost: $3,676,500.00. Centennial Gardens East and West; Rehab: 190; Total: 190; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Multiple addresses, Roseville, MN 55113; Cost: $1,479,117.00. Mississippi Home Corporation; Total: 1385. United Family Life Village II; NC: 44; Total: 44; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1769 Pearman Road, Cleveland, MS 38732; Cost: $568,389.00. Turntable Place, LLC; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Turntable Drive, Cleveland, MS 38732; Cost: $1,750,000.00. The Rose of Jackson II, LP; Rehab: 22; Total: 22; E; Status: Open; Location: 3855 Yarbro St., Jackson, MS 39204; Cost: $278,205.00. The Rose of Jackson, LP; Rehab: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 3855 Yarbro St., Jackson, MS 39204; Cost: $717,821.00. Swinney Estates, LP; Rehab: 47; Total: 47; E; Status: Open; Location: 599 West Adams, Kosciusko, MS 39090; Cost: $1,044,268.00. Glendale Apartments; Rehab: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 948 F Street, Kosciusko, MS 39090; Cost: $860,000.00. Southwind Estates, LP; Rehab: 31; Total: 31; E; Status: Open; Location: 82 Southwind Lane, Durant, MS 39063; Cost: $298,562.00. Rosedale Estates, LP; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 16 Gibson Swamp Road, Rosedale, MS 38769; Cost: $132,283.00. North Gate Apartments; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 130 Rosenwald Road, Rolling Fork, MS 39159; Cost: $225,254.00. Providence Two, LP; NC: 23; Total: 23; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 13 Providence Place, Columbus, MS 39702; Cost: $1,422,000.00. Pinecrest Waveland, LP; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1303 Bloom Place, Waveland, MS 39576; Cost: $680,473.00. McMath Estates, LP; Rehab: 43; Total: 43; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 850 and 750 Washington Street, Corinth, MS 38834; Cost: $471,738.00. Magnolia Trace Apartments; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 231 Ramey Lane, Waynesboro, MS 39367; Cost: $1,673,624.00. Park View Estates; NC: 45; Total: 45; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 100 Park View Drive, Canton, MS 39046; Cost: $780,748.00. Lowndes Properties, LLC; NC: 26; Total: 26; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Bishop Circle, Columbus, MS 39701; Cost: $775,000.00. Lincoln Garden Apartments; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4125 Sunset Drive, Jackson, MS 39213; Cost: $146,722.00. Laurel Estates, LLC; NC: 26; Total: 26; F/G; Status: Open; Location: E. 5th Street, Laurel, MS 39442; Cost: $725,000.00. Fairfield Park Estates; NC: 27; Total: 27; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2680 St. John Street, Meridian, MS 39301; Cost: $421,579.00. Goodman Estates, LP; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 50 Goodman Drive, Goodman, MS 39079; Cost: $603,759.00. Crown Hill II Apartments; NC: 99; Rehab: ; Total: 99; Status: Open; Location: Crown Road, Gulfport, MS 39503; Cost: $696,313.00. Crown Hill I Apartments; NC: 118; Total: 118; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Crown Road, Gulfport, MS 39503; Cost: $1,175,410.00. Edgewood Manor Apartments; Rehab: 120; Total: 120; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3318 39th Avenue, Gulfport, MS 39501; Cost: $2,072,386.00. Durant Estates, LP; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 72 Durant Lane, Durant, MS 39063; Cost: $230,476.00. Thorton Hill; NC: 118; Total: 118; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Crown Road, Gulfport, MS 39503; Cost: $317,295.00. Crystal Estates, LLC; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Bankhead Lane, Crystal Springs, MS 39059; Cost: $2,500,000.00. Chickasaw Village LP; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 600 Airport Road, Houston, MS 38851; Cost: $213,787.00. Cedar Grove Estates, LP; Rehab: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 91 Cedar Grove Drive, Goodman, MS 39079; Cost: $331,064.00. Caffey Apartments; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: 92 Caffey Lane, Pickens, MS 39146; Cost: $769,646.00. Missouri Housing Development Commission; Total: 1294. Eliot School Apartments; NC: 39; Total: 39; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3610 N 25th Street, St. Louis, MO 63107; Cost: $1,800,000.00. Fulbright Springs II; NC: 35; Total: 35; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3800 N Farm Road 143, Springfield, MO 65803; Cost: $332,500.00. Oakwood Sr. Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 764 Head Lane, Hannibal, MO 63401; Cost: $390,000.00. Homefield Villas; NC: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: 501 Home Villa Loop, O'Fallon, MO 63366; Cost: $1,265,000.00. Townhomes at Homefield; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 501 Home Villa Loop, O'Fallon, MO 63366; Cost: $1,402,500.00. Eliot School; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites, St. Louis, MO 63107; Cost: $0.00. Summit Grove; NC: 54; Total: 54; E; Status: Open; Location: 750 NE Tudor Road, Lee's Summit, MO 64086; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Salisbury Park III; NC: 18; Total: 18; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Scattered sites in Hyde Park neighborhood, St. Louis, MO 63107; Cost: $750,000.00. Palestine Commons; NC: 69; Total: 69; E; Status: Open; Location: 3425 Prospect, Kansas City, MO 64128-1938; Cost: $1,947,026.00. Commerce Building Lofts; Rehab: 26; Total: 26; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 224-230 S. Ohio Avenue, Sedalia, MO 65301-4332; Cost: $1,330,000.00. Ozark Meadows; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 402 S. 11th Street, Ozark, MO 65721; Cost: $300,000.00. Silver Brook Estates; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: W. of FR 123 and 140, Springfield, MO 65802; Cost: $1,275,000.00. Grand Boulevard Apartments; Rehab: 134; Total: 134; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1006 Grand Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64106-2211; Cost: $6,850,000.00. Cambridge Heights; NC: 117; Total: 117; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1121 N. 7th Street, St. Louis, MO 63101; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Jennings Sr. Apartments; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 2120 Switzer, Jennings, MO 63136; Cost: $800,000.00. North Newstead V; NC: 31; Total: 31; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4100 Block of N. Newstead Ave., St. Louis, MO 63115; Cost: $750,000.00. Country Villas Apts; NC: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 2251 Silva Lane, Moberly, MO 65270; Cost: $725,000.00. Woodlands; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Between Coy Boulevard and Tower Road, Forsyth, MO 65653; Cost: $2,765,000.00. Courthouse Apartments; Rehab: 176; Total: 176; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 811 Grand Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64106; Cost: $5,500,000.00. Rock Ridge Villas; NC: 43; Total: 43; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 117 Colleen Street, Branson, MO 65616; Cost: $2,425,000.00. Moritz Place I; Rehab: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: 1735 Hazel Street, Carthage, MO 64836; Cost: $700,000.00. Fjeld Arms; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: 2016 N Florence Place, Kirksville, MO 63501; Cost: $797,000.00. Woodbury Place; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 228 Woodbury Place Circle, O'Fallon, MO 63366; Cost: $1,045,000.00. Montana Board of Housing; Total: 68. Big Boulder Residences; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 501 East 4th Ave, Boulder, MT 59632; Cost: $5,160,219.00. Whitetail Run Apts; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 335-349 Sioux Lane, Billings, MT 59101; Cost: $2,658,141.00. Nebraska Investment Finance Authority; Total: 374. Progress for People II; NC: 21; Total: 21; OS; Status: Open; Location: 18th and Superior Streets, Lincoln, NE 68521; Cost: $777,932.00. Irvington Heights Apartments II; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 6704 North 90th Plaza, Omaha, NE 68122; Cost: $2,037,352.00. Stoneridge Apartments II; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 716 East 56th Street, Kearney, NE 68847; Cost: $1,287,465.00. Notre Dame Apartments; Rehab: 56; Total: 56; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3501 State Street, Omaha, NE 68112; Cost: $616,261.00. Rebuilding Lives; NC: 41; Total: 41; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2201 E. Locust Street, Omaha, NE 68110; Cost: $1,006,225.00. Northglen Apartments; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3205 Portia Street, Lincoln, NE 68521; Cost: $926,956.00. Western Manor; Rehab: 82; Total: 82; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2200 West Q Street, Lincoln, NE 68528; Cost: $569,676.00. Salem Village II; NC: 27; Total: 27; E; Status: Open; Location: 3520 Lake Street, Omaha, NE 68111; Cost: $1,613,780.00. The Margaret; Rehab: 16; Total: 16; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2103 North 16th Street, Omaha, NE 68110; Cost: $1,494,761.00. Reese Estates; NC: 15; Total: 15; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 142nd Street, Waverly, NE 68462; Cost: $1,050,158.00. Nevada Department of Business and Industry; Total: 759. College Villas; NC: 226; Total: 226; E; Status: Open; Location: College Drive, Henderson, NV 89052; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Sierra Ridge Apartments; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 1870 Russell Way, Carson City, NV 89706; Cost: $2,116,525.00. Silver Sage at Neil Road Apartments; NC: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: Neil Road, Reno, NV 89502; Cost: $2,618,000.00. Sky View Apartments; Rehab: 114; Total: 114; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 15 West Owens Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Westcliff Heights Senior Apartments; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8206 Silver Sky Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89145; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Cloudbreak Developments Veterans Residence at the Meadows; NC: 111; Rehab: 150; Total: 261; OS; Status: Open; Location: 525 Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV 89101; Cost: $2,450,270.00. New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority; Total: 97. Lochmere Meadows; NC: 28; Total: 28; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Laconia Road, Tilton, NH 03226; Cost: $2,720,896.00. Bow Highlands; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 195 Bow Bog Road, Bow, NH 03304; Cost: $2,361,320.00. Payson Village Senior Housing; NC: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 30 Payson Hill Road, Rindge????, NH 03461; Cost: $2,078,000.00. The Townhomes at Abingdon Square; NC: 25; Total: 25; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 593 Mast Road, Goffstown, NH 03053; Cost: $200,000.00. New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency; Total: 1069. A. Harry Moore Phase III; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 320 Duncan Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306; Cost: $4,856,378.00. Alexander Hamilton Phase I; NC: 80; Total: 80; OS; Status: Open; Location: 214 Alabama Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07513; Cost: $3,200,000.00. Belmont Apartments; NC: 85; Total: 85; E; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Cliff St. and Belmont Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07522; Cost: $3,135,000.00. Lincoln Park; NC: 66; Total: 66; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 15-17 and Lincoln Park, 39-43 Beechers St., and 18-28 W. Kinney St., Newark, NJ 07102; Cost: $2,540,791.00. Living Springs; NC: 100; Total: 100; E; Status: Open; Location: 4151 Route 130 South, Delanco, NJ 08010; Cost: $5,438,351.00. Glenview Townhomes Lafayette Gardens; NC: 63; Total: 63; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 20-28 and 40-44 Barbara Place and 515-521 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ 07304; Cost: $2,750,000.00. The Oaks at Weatherby; NC: 86; Total: 86; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Kings Highway and Center Square Road, Woolwich, NJ 08025; Cost: $2,877,388.00. Parkside Senior Housing; NC: 70; Total: 70; E; Status: Open; Location: 3-33 Parkside Street, Franklin, NJ 08873; Cost: $3,483,621.00. Conifer Village at Cape May; NC: 90; Total: 90; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Bayshore Road and Town Bank Road, Lower Township, NJ 08024; Cost: $3,356,500.00. Village at Woodstown; NC: 60; Total: 60; OS; Status: Open; Location: Bailey and Woodstown-Alloway Road, Woodstown, NJ 08098; Cost: $5,331,947.00. Seashore Gardens; NC: 58; Total: 58; OS; Status: Open; Location: 22 W Jimmie Leeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205; Cost: $3,338,865.00. Providence Square II; NC: 53; Total: 53; E; Status: Open; Location: 55 Harvey Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901; Cost: $3,757,257.00. Medford Senior; NC: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: 8 Jones Road, Medford, NJ 08055; Cost: $826,500.00. Bailey Corner; NC: 91; Total: 91; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2006 Bailey Street and Hillcrest Drive, Pilesgrove/Woodstown, NJ 08098; Cost: $1,114,661.00. Waters Edge Crescent; NC: 71; Total: 71; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Front and Magnolia Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07206; Cost: $2,479,035.00. New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority; Total: 622. Downtown 700; NC: 72; Total: 72; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 700 2nd Street NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102; Cost: $401,044.00. La Pradera; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2900 Del Paso Street, Hobbs, NM 88240; Cost: $2,072,232.00. Villa Alegre; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 701 W. Alameda, Santa Fe, NM 87501; Cost: $2,881,067.00. Villa Alegre Senior; NC: 50; Total: 50; e; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 701 W. Alameda, Santa Fe, NM 87505; Cost: $1,894,287.00. La Terraza; NC: 72; Total: 72; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Cannery Court, Farmington, NM 87401; Cost: $2,216,604.00. Belen Crossing, LP; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1200 Court St., Belen, NM 87002; Cost: $1,600,000.00. Hilltop Terrace, LP; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 393 Canal Blvd, Los Lunas, NM 87031; Cost: $770,000.00. La Villa Elena NM MF 2007, LLC; Rehab: 54; Total: 54; E; Status: Open; Location: 201 Villa Elena Lane, Bernalillo NM, NM 87004; Cost: $359,734.00. Southview Place NM MF 2007, LLC; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1300 West Avenue R, Lovington, NM 88260; Cost: $424,708.00. Rio Abajo NM MF Partnership 2007 LTD; Rehab: 41; Total: 41; E; Status: Open; Location: 1485 East 2nd, Truth or Consequences, NM 87901; Cost: $526,265.00. Sage NM MF 2007, LLC; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: 110 Rudy Drive, Gallup, NM 87301; Cost: $386,368.00. Casa Linda NM MF 2009 LLC; Rehab: 41; Total: 41; E; Status: Open; Location: 100 East 17th Street, Silver City, NM 88061; Cost: $344,249.00. New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal; Total: 4418. 30 W. Main Street; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 30 W. Main Street, Waterloo, NY 13165; Cost: $2,091,973.00. 226 Fillmore Street; NC: 59; Total: 59; E; Status: Open; Location: 226 Fillmore Street, Staten Island, NY 10301; Cost: $1,968,608.00. 203 West 146th Street; NC: 64; Total: 64; E; Status: Open; Location: 203 West 146th Street, New York, NY 10039; Cost: $4,438,019.00. 7475 and 7477 Seneca Road; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 7475 and 7477 Seneca Road, Hornellsville, NY 14843; Cost: $4,462,566.00. 10 Ashburton Avenue; NC: 49; Total: 49; E; Status: Open; Location: 10 Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701; Cost: $2,755,116.00. Vicinitas Hall; NC: 67; Total: 67; Status: Open; OS; Location: 507-513 East 176th Street, Bronx, NY 10457; Cost: $1,000,000.00. Veterans Residence II (The Jericho Project); NC: 76; Total: 76; OS; Status: Open; Location: 2701 Kingsbridge Avenue, Bronx, NY 10463; Cost: $10,673,879.00. Conkey Ave, Woodford St., Harris St., Nielson St.; Rehab: 25; Total: 25; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Conkey Ave, Woodford St., Harris St., Nielson St., Rochester, NY 14621; Cost: $3,266,445.00. 2293 3rd Avenue; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2293 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10035; Cost: $7,755,437.00. 1303-1510 Center Ave, Calumet Ave, Garden Ave; NC: 115; Total: 115; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1303-1510 Center Ave, Calumet Ave, Niagara Falls, NY 14305; Cost: $7,410,562.00. True Colors; NC: 30; Total: 30; OS; Status: Open; Location: 267-269 West 154th St, New York, NY 10039; Cost: $2,798,232.00. Hughes Ave/Lenninger Residence; NC: 92; Total: 92; OS; Status: Open; Location: 614 East 179th Street, Bronx, NY 10457; Cost: $8,888,486.00. Crooke Avenue; NC: 53; Total: 53; OS; Status: Open; Location: 97 Crooke Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226; Cost: $2,239,403.00. 50 Public Square; Rehab: 16; Total: 16; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 50 Public Square, Watertown, NY 13601; Cost: $2,198,985.00. 16th and Early Street; Rehab: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 16th and Early Street, Watervliet, NY 12189; Cost: $3,830,907.00. Gifford, Seymour, Merriman, Sabine Streets; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Gifford, Seymour, Merriman, Sabine Streets, Syracuse, NY 13204; Cost: $1,592,427.00. 1229 Kemble St.; NC: 37; Total: 37; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1229 Kemble St., Utica, NY 13502; Cost: $3,824,863.00. 70 Bruckner Blvd; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 70 Bruckner Blvd, New York, NY 10454; Cost: $7,050,000.00. County Rte. 178; NC: 28; Total: 28; E; Status: Open; Location: County Rte. 178, Livingston Manor, NY 12758; Cost: $5,247,375.00. 355-357 Clark Ave.; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 355-357 Clark Ave., Auburn, NY 13021; Cost: $6,938,650.00. 17 Healthy Way; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 17 Healthy Way, Ellenville, NY 12428; Cost: $2,672,220.00. 71 Clifton St.; NC: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 71 Clifton St., Unadilla, NY 13849; Cost: $3,704,680.00. 590-667 S. Pearl St.; Rehab: 176; Total: 176; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 590-667 S. Pearl St., Albany, NY 12202; Cost: $3,500,000.00. 15 N. Front St.-I Columbia St.; Rehab: 166; Total: 166; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 15 N. Front St. - I Columbia St., Hudson, NY 12534; Cost: $2,150,958.00. Livonia Terrace Apts.; Rehab: 171; Total: 171; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 435, 441, 443, 446, 452 Alabama Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207; Cost: $9,500,000.00. Metro North (Hobbs Court and The Ciena); NC: 338; Total: 338; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 306-24 E. 100th St., New York, NY 10029; Cost: $26,000,000.00. The Douglass; NC: 69; Total: 69; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2373-2381 Frederick Douglass Blvd., New York, NY 10027; Cost: $1,875,219.00. The Balton - West 127Th St.; NC: 39; Total: 39; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 340-346 St. Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10027; Cost: $18,924,781.00. 5135 N. Catherine Street,; NC: 31; Total: 31; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 5135 N. Catherine St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901; Cost: $2,052,638.00. 69 N. Broadway; NC: 193; Total: 193; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 69 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603; Cost: $6,525,000.00. Harborview Preservation, LP; Rehab: 208; Total: 208; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 10 Seventh St, Buffalo, NY 14201; Cost: $4,770,000.00. Parkside Commons Preservation, L.P.; Rehab: 393; Total: 393; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2005 E. Fayette Street, Syracuse, NY 13224- 1000; Cost: $8,666,796.00. Ogden Heights Senior Housing LLC; NC: 78; Total: 78; E; Status: Open; Location: 30 Kingsford Lane, Spencerport, NY 14559-2078; Cost: $5,270,000.00. Mulford I, L.P.; NC: 100; Total: 100; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 35 Vineyard Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701; Cost: $6,400,000.00. Bedell Terrace Apartments LP; Rehab: 244; Total: 244; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 10 Bedell Street, Hempstead, NY 11550-2204; Cost: $6,013,033.00. Stonewood Village LLC; Rehab: 188; Total: 188; E; Status: Open; Location: 3410 E. Henrietta Rd., Henrietta, NY 14467; Cost: $5,992,000.00. Selfhelp (K1-K2) Associates, LLC; Rehab: 424; Total: 424; E; Status: Open; Location: 45-25 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11355; Cost: $5,820,000.00. 100 North Madison Associates, LP; Rehab: 127; Total: 127; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 10 Bedell Street, Hempstead, NY 11550-2204; Cost: $5,368,171.00. Farmington Senior Apartments LLC; NC: 88; E; Total: 88; Status: Open; Location: 6000 Mercier Drive, Farmington, NY 14425; Cost: $7,100,000.00. Wny Group, LP; NC: 113; Total: 113; OS; Status: Open; Location: 750 West Main Street, Rochester, NY 14611-2331; Cost: $9,600,000.00. 3703 Cayuga Street; NC: 28; Total: 28; E; Status: Open; Location: 3703 Cayuga Street, Interlaken, NY 14847; Cost: $1,117,445.00. 579 Waite Road; NC: 70; Total: 70; E; Status: Open; Location: 579 Waite Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065; Cost: $3,155,547.00. 16 Bank Street; Rehab: 37; Total: 37; E; Status: Open; Location: 16 Bank Street, Batavia, NY 14020; Cost: $5,189,571.00. Dawson Road Lot No. 10; NC: 24; Total: 24; OS; Status: Open; Location: Dawson Street Lot No. 10, Lockport, NY 14094; Cost: $2,356,525.00. 45 and 46 Union Square Blvd; NC: 42; Total: 42; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 45 and 46 Union Square Blvd, Chili, NY 14624; Cost: $$553,859.00. North Carolina Housing Finance Agency; Total: 666. Kensington Gardens; NC: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: Marion Road, Shelby, NC 28150; Cost: $4,667,891.00. Orchard Creek Apartments; NC: 64; Total: 64; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Clemonsville Road and Spach Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27127; Cost: $5,742,684.00. Meadowcreek Commons; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 1601 Royal Pines Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610; Cost: $4,057,381.00. Scottish Glen II Apartments; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Turnpike Road and West Blvd, Laurinburg, NC 28353; Cost: $2,582,700.00. Westmore; NC: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Westmore Drive, Asheville, NC 28806; Cost: $5,959,309.00. Powell Spring; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: Millbrook Drive, Pittsboro, NC 27312; Cost: $3,892,576.00. Wexford Pointe Apartments; NC: 106; Total: 106; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Fairington Drive NW, Concord, NC 28027; Cost: $5,950,726.00. Clara Cox Apartments Phase II; NC: 92; Total: 92; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 621 East Grimes Avenue, High Point, NC 27260; Cost: $8,496,834.00. Pine Mountain Trace; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Pine Mountain Road, Hudson, NC 28638; Cost: $2,797,613.00. Campbell Terrace Phase I; NC: 112; Total: 112; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 500 Campbell Terrace, Fayetteville, NC 28301; Cost: $8,004,973.00. North Dakota Housing Finance Agency; Total: 201. Grafton Living; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 725 Birch Court, Grafton, ND 58237-1779; Cost: $725,000.00. Williston Senior Apartment Homes; NC: 40; Total: 40; E; Status: Open; Location: SE Corner of 24th Ave West and 27th St West, Williston, ND 58801-2408; Cost: $1,345,500.00. Crossroads Senior Living Community; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 1670 E Gateway Circle South, Fargo, ND 58103- 3655; Cost: $1,363,262.00. Lakewood Townhomes; NC: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2920 Edgewater Loop SE, Mandan, ND 58554-6326; Cost: $932,000.00. Primrose Court Apartments; Rehab: 47; Total: 47; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3393 Primrose Court, Grand Forks, ND 58201-5857; Cost: $461,553.00. Ohio Housing Finance Agency; Total: 1420. The Lakewoods Phase III; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 1035 Garden Lake Court, Toledo, OH 43614; Cost: $2,350,000.00. Villas of the Valley; NC: 42; Total: 42; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 972 Medosch Avenue, Lincoln Heights, OH 45215; Cost: $5,400,000.00. St. Paul Village; Rehab: 103; Total: 103; E; Status: Open; Location: 5515 Madison Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45227; Cost: $500,000.00. Wayne Crossing; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 888 E Russ Rd, Greenville, OH 45331; Cost: $2,700,000.00. Richwood Greene; Rehab: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: 235 Grove St, Richwood, OH 43344; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Marion Rotary Towers; Rehab: 117; Total: 117; E; Status: Open; Location: 400 Delaware Ave, Marion, OH 43302; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Library Court Senior Housing; NC: 44; Total: 44; E; Status: Open; Location: Chagrin Blvd., Shaker Heights, OH 44120; Cost: $2,500,000.00. Kiwanis Village; Rehab: 45; Total: 45; E; Status: Open; Location: 1200 Croy Dr, Findlay, OH 45840; Cost: $3,245,000.00. James R. Williams Tower; Rehab: 148; Total: 148; E; Status: Open; Location: 285 Channelwood Circle, Akron, OH 44307; Cost: $3,500,000.00. Independence Place; NC: 23; Total: 23; OS; Status: Open; Location: 4019 Prospect Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103; Cost: $1,500,000.00. Hattie Greene; NC: 27; Total: 27; F/G; Status: Open; Location: W Ward Street, Urbana, OH 43078; Cost: $2,500,000.00. Emerald Alliance V; NC: 70; Total: 70; OS; Status: Open; Location: 7515 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Berwick Hotel Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 601 Wheeling Avenue, Cambridge, OH 43725; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Almond Village Apartments; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: 4701 Casaba Court, Dayton, OH 45417; Cost: $2,390,000.00. Honeybrook Greene; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: North Street to Pleasant View Drive, Utica, OH 43080; Cost: $1,449,170.00. Hunterwood Park; Rehab: 101; Total: 101; E; Status: Open; Location: 330 Trace Drive, Lancaster, OH 43130; Cost: $2,500,000.00. Cedar Woods Apartments; Rehab: 94; Total: 94; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 300 Cedar Woods Drive, Hillsboro, OH 45133; Cost: $3,168,580.00. Forest Square Senior Apartments; NC: 21; Total: 21; E; Status: Open; Location: 430-436 Rockdale and 3511 Harvey, Cincinnati, OH 45229; Cost: $1,000,000.00. The Village at New Seasons; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: 1477 S. Hawkins Avenue, Akron, OH 44320; Cost: $3,375,000.00. Mackinaw Retirement Village; NC: 32; Total: 32; E; Status: Open; Location: 500 W. Wayne Street, Celina, OH 45822; Cost: $940,000.00. Olde Hickory; NC: 33; Total: 33; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Canal Street, Coshocton, OH 43812; Cost: $3,290,000.00. Edison Place; NC: 50; Total: 50; E; Status: Open; Location: W. Church Street and N. Arlington Avenue, Niles, OH 44446; Cost: $4,725,000.00. Lake Avenue Retirement Village; NC: 33; Total: 33; E; Status: Open; Location: Lake Avenue at Scarff Road, New Carlisle, OH 45344; Cost: $745,000.00. Englewood Senior Housing; NC: 38; Total: 38; E; Status: Open; Location: 2731-2753 Monroe Street, Toledo, OH 43606; Cost: $3,000,000.00. Heart of Ohio Homes; NC: 25; Total: 25; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Cleveland Ave, Centerburg, OH 43011; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Edgewood Village; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Edgewood Blvd and Raymond Street, Akron, OH 44307; Cost: $4,000,000.00. Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency; Total: 736. Kenosha Landing; NC: 40; Total: 40; Status: Open; Location: 2602 West Oakland Place, Broken Arrow, OK 74012; Cost: $4,264,160.00. Southwoods Affordable Housing, L.P.; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; Status: Open; Location: 3308 SW 44th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73119; Cost: $1,858,941.00. Garden Wall of Stillwell - Rural Housing of Stillwell; Rehab: 116; Total: 116; Status: Open; Location: 501 Skywood Drive, Stillwell, OK 74960; Cost: $4,947,541.00. Rural Housing of Poteau; NC: 82; Total: 82; Status: Open; Location: 201 Michelle Lane and 203 Lacy Lane, Poteau, OK 74953; Cost: $3,861,895.00. Cottage Park, LP3; NC: 34; Total: 34; Status: Open; Location: NE Corner of Academy Rd and SW 19th, Guthrie, OK 73083; Cost: $1,222,582.00. Jefferson Park Apartments; NC: 30; Total: 30; Status: Open; Location: 1401 South Main Street, Stillwater, OK 74074; Cost: $1,865,188.00. East Side Redevelopment LP; NC: 30; Total: 30; Status: Open; Location: 11032 Quail Creek Rd, Suite 108, Oklahoma City, OK 73120; Cost: $717,215.00. Charmed - Perkins Affordable Housing Partners II, LLC; NC: 30; Total: 30; Status: Open; Location: P.O. BOX 3398, Shawnee, OK 74802; Cost: $1,210,429.00. West Street Apartments LP; NC: 52; Total: 52; Status: Open; Location: 1730 E Republic Road Suite F, McAlester, OK 65804; Cost: $1,235,000.00. Legends at Hickory Ridge II, LP; NC: 28; Total: 28; Status: Open; Location: North of Electric Ave. B/W D St. and N. Hickory St., McAlester, OK 74501; Cost: $951,320.00. Miami Affordable Housing Partners, LP; NC: 24; Total: 24; Status: Open; Location: N. End of 18th Place and K St. NW, Miami, OK 74355; Cost: $0.00. Ada Heights, LP; NC: 48; Total: 48; Status: Open; Location: 631 W. Cottage, Ada, OK 74820; Cost: $1,394,549.00. JFK Single Family LP; NC: 32; Total: 32; Status: Open; Location: NE7th Martin Luther King and Missouri, Oklahoma City, OK 73117; Cost: $0.00. Village at Oakwood, LLC; NC: 90; Total: 90; Status: Open; Location: 817 SW 59th, Oklahoma City, OK 73109; Cost: $1,290,915.00. Oregon Department of Housing and Community Services; Total: 591. Astoria Gateway II; NC: 33; Total: 33; E; Status: Open; Location: Lot 47 Mill Pond Village, Astoria, OR 97103; Cost: $1,585,000.00. Hood River Crossing; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3136 Cascade Street, Hood River, OR 97031; Cost: $2,330,502.00. Stewart Terrace; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; Status: Open; Location: 21754 - 21766 SW Sherwood Blvd., Sherwood, OR 97140; Cost: $1,326,315.00. Indian Creek Court; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1615 9th Court, Hood River, OR 97041; Cost: $1,554,588.00. Villa West Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 201 SW Agee Street, McMinnville, OR 97128; Cost: $2,198,414.00. Roosevelt Crossing; NC: 45; Total: 45; OS; Status: Open; Location: 338 Hwy. 99 N, Eugene, OR 97402; Cost: $2,587,976.00. The Knoll at Tigard; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: 8485 SW Hunziker Street, Tigard, OR 97223; Cost: $1,604,917.00. The Rockwood Building; NC: 32; Total: 32; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 124 NE 181st Ave., Gresham, OR 97030; Cost: $2,277,630.00. Upshur House; Rehab: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2650 NW Upshur Street, Portland, OR 97210; Cost: $2,198,952.00. Buttercreek Apartments; Rehab: 86; Total: 86; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 400 SW 11th, Hermiston, OR 97838; Cost: $2,726,079.00. Boardman Apartments; Rehab: 12; Total: 12; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 331 NW Boardman Ave, Boardman, OR 97818; Cost: $758,840.00. Fairview Apartments; Rehab: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 555 NW 9th Street, Ontario, OR 97914; Cost: $1,830,759.00. Bridge Meadows; NC: 27; Total: 27; E; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4221 N Willis Blvd., Portland, OR 97209; Cost: $2,325,511.00. The Miracles Club; NC: 40; Total: 40; OS; Status: Open; Location: 4206 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97211; Cost: $1,033,942.00. Walnut Park Apartments; Rehab: 38; Total: 38; E; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 5272 NE Sixth Avenue, Portland, OR 97211; Cost: $950,051.00. Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency; Total: 1241. Beaver Heights; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: East Bishop Street, Bellefonte, PA 16823; Cost: $1,281,903.00. Presser Senior Apartments; Rehab: 45; Total: 45; E; Status: Open; Location: 101 W. Johnson Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144; Cost: $2,259,189.00. Mantua Phase II; NC: 51; Total: 51; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: North 35th and 36th; Wallace and Fairmount, Philadelphia, PA 19104; Cost: $2,000,000.00. South Hills Retirement Residence; Rehab: 84; Total: 84; E; Status: Open; Location: 101 Ruth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15211; Cost: $788,742.00. 509 Ashbourne; NC: 84; Total: 84; E; Status: Open; Location: 509 Ashbourne Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027; Cost: $7,415,130.00. Nicetown Court; NC: 37; Total: 37; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Germantown Avenue, Rowan Street and Dennie Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140; Cost: $6,115,991.00. Uniontown Senior Housing; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: 100 Block of North Gallatin Avenue, Uniontown, PA 15401; Cost: $2,800,000.00. TCAP - North Hills Highlands II; NC: 37; Total: 37; E; Status: Open; Location: 110 McIntyre Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237; Cost: $1,578,290.00. TCAP - Delaware Terrace Family; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: James, Kleinhans, Frederick and Grant Streets, Easton, PA 18042; Cost: $2,223,919.00. TCAP - New Courtland at Cliveden; NC: 62; Total: 62; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 301-305 and 319 West Johnson Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144; Cost: $4,174,970.00. TCAP - Oak Hill Apartments II; NC: 45; Total: 45; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Oak Hill Drive and Wadsworth Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15213; Cost: $6,922,297.00. TCAP - Evelyn Sanders II; NC: 31; Total: 31; OS; Status: Open; Location: 3000 Blocks of Percy and Hutchinson Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19133; Cost: $4,106,106.00. TCAP - Francisville East; NC: 44; Total: 44; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1500-1533 Popar Street and 857-865 N. 16 Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130; Cost: $797,390.00. TCAP - Roymar Hall Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1128 East Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, PA 15751; Cost: $1,619,112.00. TCAP - Allegheny Pointe; NC: 52; Total: 52; E; Status: Open; Location: Chestnut Lane, Allegheny Township, PA 15613; Cost: $3,115,147.00. TCAP - Park Avenue; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 255 Park Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17602; Cost: $1,365,625.00. TCAP - Greystone Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; OS; Status: Open; Location: 106 South 7th Street and 702 Walnut Street, Allentown, PA 18101; Cost: $1,332,138.00. TCAP - HELP Philadelphia; NC: 63; Total: 63; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 6100-6150 and 6250 Eastwick Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151; Cost: $3,887,047.00. TCAP - Westminster at Carroll Village; NC: 29; Total: 29; E; Status: Open; Location: Westminster Drive and Trinity Drive West, Dillsburg, PA 17019; Cost: $1,831,168.00. TCAP - North Hills Highlands; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; El Status: Open; Location: McIntyre Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237; Cost: $1,881,738.00. TCAP - New Cumberland Senior; Rehab: 10; Total: 10; E; Status: Open; Location: 202-204 Third Street, New Cumberland, PA 17070; Cost: $492,052.00. TCAP - Hickman Expansion; NC: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: 326 North Walnut Street, West Chester, PA 19380; Cost: $5,679,384.00. TCAP - Delaware County Fairgrounds; NC: 71; Total: 71; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 12th and Engle Streets, Chester Township, PA 19013; Cost: $7,174,201.00. TCAP - Westminster at Windy Hill; NC: 30; Total: 30; Status: Open; E; Location: 100 Dogwood Drive, Philipsburg, PA 16866; Cost: $1,351,110.00. TCAP - Hopewell Courtyard; Rehab: 96; Total: 96; E; Status: Open; Location: 14-18 South Hill Street, Stewartstown Borough, PA 17363; Cost: $5,594,162.00. TCAP - Saint Stanislaus; Rehab: 30; Total: 30; OS; Status: Open; Location: 143-145 Old Newport Street, Newport Township, PA 18634; Cost: $2,422,713.00. TCAP - Osun Village; NC: 16; Total: 16; E; Status: Open; Location: 2308-2314 Grays Ferry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19146; Cost: $750,198.00. Puerto Rico Housing Finance Authority; Total: 1007. Laderas del Rio Elderly Plaza; NC: 124; Total: 124; E; Status: Open; Location: Hostos Avenue, Bayamon, PR 00960; Cost: $642,479.00. Cecilia Orta; NC: 49; Total: 49; E; Status: Open; Location: Salvador Brau St. corner Paseo de Diego, Carolina, PR 00956; Cost: $3,707,046.00. Golden Living (Barceloneta); NC: 91; Total: 91; E; Status: Open; Location: PR-684 Interior, Barceloneta, PR 00617; Cost: $5,310,021.00. Golden Living (Cidra); NC: 120; Total: 120; E; Status: Open; Location: Road 173 Km. 1.4, Cidra, PR 00739; Cost: $5,749,549.00. Monserrate Elderly II; NC: 36; Total: 36; E; Status: Open; Location: PR-Road 2 Km. 165.4, Hormigueros, PR 00660; Cost: $206,567.00. Santa Rosa Elderly Apartments; NC: 33; Total: 33; E; Status: Open; Location: PR Road-413 Km. 0.4, Rincon, PR 00677; Cost: $545,227.00. Central American Village; NC: 386; Total: 386; F/G; Status: Open; Location: PR-64 Km. 1.6, Mayaguez, PR 00680; Cost: $13,681,414.00. Panorama Gold Apartments; NC: 168; Total: 168; E; Status: Open; Location: Panorama Estates-1st Street, Bayamon, PR 00960; Cost: $6,425,832.00. South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Corporation; Total: 380. Collins Park; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2001 Harbour Lake Drive, Goose Creek, SC 29445; Cost: $1,387,178.94. The Preserve at Collins Park; NC: 40; Total: 40; E; Status: Open; Location: 2000 Block of Harbour Lake Drive, Goose Creek, SC 29445; Cost: $1,562,119.34. Seven Farms Village; NC: 42; Total: 42; E; Status: Open; Location: Daniel Island Drive, Charleston, SC 29492; Cost: $1,118,041.89. Pinecrest Greene; NC: 46; Total: 46; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Raoul Wallenberg Road, Charleston, SC 29407; Cost: $2,329,998.48. Grandview Apartments; NC: 72; Total: 72; E; Status: Open; Location: Magwood Drive, Charleston, SC 29414; Cost: $2,448,140.62. Clinton Green Apartments; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325; Cost: $1,365,130.28. Bennettsville Green; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Center Street, Bennettsville, SC 29512; Cost: $1,142,285.07. Bay Pointe; NC: 50; Total: 50; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1200 Block of 10th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577; Cost: $757,231.38. South Dakota Housing Development Authority; Total: 136. Eagle Ridge II Apartments; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 121 Stumer Road, Rapid City, SD 57701; Cost: $1,321,020. Sunshine Park Townhomes; NC: 28; Total: 28; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1524 South Lawson Street, Aberdeen, SD 57401; Cost: $331,841. Redwood Court II Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1200 - 1224 Keystone Place, Brandon, SD 57006; Cost: $3,471,583. Tennessee Housing Development Agency; Total: 3566. TN09-108 Walker Rosa Apts; NC: 37; Total: 37; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1040 Tiptop Avenue, Kingsport, TN 37665; Cost: $788,229.00. TN09-073 Airway Ridge Apts; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 935 Hillside Drive, Alcoa, TN 37701; Cost: $1,612,400.00. TN08-204 Ridgecrest Apartments; Rehab: 256; Total: 256; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2811 Range Line Road, Memphis, TN 38127; Cost: $2,947,279.00. TN07-222 Hilldale Apartments; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3491 Frayser Raleigh Road, Memphis, TN 38128; Cost: $139,268.00. TN09-060 Flenniken Housing; NC: 48; Total: 48; OS; Status: Open; Location: 115 Flenniken Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37920; Cost: $1,499,850.00. TN09-058 Jeffrey Meadows; NC: 40; Total: 40; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Main Street and Old Jackson Rd, Lexington, TN 38351; Cost: $1,261,275.00. TN09-056 Mountain Hollow; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: US Highway 321 and 19 East, Elizabethton, TN 37643; Cost: $1,522,480.00. TN09-052 Stoneridge Estates; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Jachin Street and Shelby, Sparta, TN 38583; Cost: $1,439,582.00. TN09-028 Lexington Civic Apartments; Rehab: 25; Total: 25; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 6 Rotary Drive, Lexington, TN 38351; Cost: $339,714.00. TN09-027 Gallaway Manor Apartments; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 294 Layton Circle, Gallaway, TN 38036; Cost: $389,910.00. TN09-020 Rosewood Place Apartments; NC: 64; Total: 64; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Rosebud Street, Selmer, TN 38375; Cost: $1,182,358.00. TN09-016 Hunter Ridge Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 263 Cotham Drive, Huntingdon, TN 35817; Cost: $1,111,655.00. TN09-004 Legends Park West; NC: 87; Total: 87; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 203 Pauline, Memphis, TN 38105; Cost: $2,412,330.00. TN09-206 Saints Court Apartments; Rehab: 128; Total: 128; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 994 N Watkins, Memphis, TN 38107; Cost: $980,578.00. TN09-205 Parkwood Villa Apartments; Rehab: 160; Total: 160; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3258 Brick Church Pike, Nashville, TN 37207; Cost: $587,683.00. TN09-204 Dellway Villa; Rehab: 244; Total: 244; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 345 Dellway Villa Road, Nashville, TN 37207; Cost: $1,479,168.00. TN09-203 Minvilla Manor; Rehab: 57; Total: 57; OS; Status: Open; Location: 447 North Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917; Cost: $819,195.00. TN07-206 Charter Village; Rehab: 250; Total: 250; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 333 Rio Vista Drive, Madison, TN 37115; Cost: $2,284,901.00. TN07-205 North Terrace Apts; Rehab: 84; Total: 84; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3236 Millington Street, Memphis, TN 38127; Cost: $127,215.00. TN07-204 Northgate Apartments; Rehab: 88; Total: 88; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3321 North Thomas Street, Memphis, TN 38117; Cost: $140,872.00. TN09-208 Summerwind; Rehab: 109; Total: 109; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 344 Bell Road, Nashville, TN 37217; Cost: $980,480.00. TN08-200 ASHLAND Lakes Apartments, Phase II; NC: 212; Total: 212; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 5587 Berryman Drive, Memphis, TN 38125; Cost: $693,870.00. TN09-202 Beersheba Heights Towers; Rehab: 100; Total: 100; E; Status: Open; Location: 420 East Main Street, McMinnville, TN 37110; Cost: $1,235,068.00. TN09-201 Model City Apartments; Rehab: 256; Total: 256; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1000 Stonegate Drive, Kingsport, TN 37660; Cost: $2,896,658.00. TN07-203 The Village Apartments; Rehab: 200; Total: 200; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2603 Pojest Drive, Memphis, TN 38127; Cost: $416,920.00. TN07-202 Highland Gardens Apartments; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 481 North Highland Street, Memphis, TN 38112; Cost: $186,132.00. TN07-201 Mendenhall Gardens; Rehab: 75; Total: 75; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 567 N Mendenhall, Memphis, TN 38117; Cost: $210,506.00. TN07-200 Welch Bend Apartments; Rehab: 482; Total: 482; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 100 Tanglewood, Nashville, TN 37211; Cost: $3,793,501.00. TN07-212 Retreat at Dry Creek; NC: 176; Total: 176; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 100 Robert Cartwright Drive, Goodlettsville, TN 37072; Cost: $2,470,913.00. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs; Total: 5927. Cevallos Lofts; NC: 63; Total: 63; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Adjacent Parcels at Flores and Cevallos, San Antonio, TX 78204; Cost: $7,000,000.00. Mariposa Ella Blvd; NC: 180; Total: 180; E; Status: Open; Location: 16354 Ella Blvd, Houston, TX 77090; Cost: $3,556,213.00. Beechnut Oaks; NC: 144; Total: 144; E; Status: Open; Location: 13602 Beechnut, Houston, TX 77083; Cost: $1,684,640.00. Beaumont Leased Housing Associates I; Rehab: 150; Total: 150; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1075 Pinchback Road, Beaumont, TX 77707; Cost: $3,409,016.00. Beaumont Leased Housing Associates II; Rehab: 90; Total: 90; E; Status: Open; Location: 4325 Crow Road, Beaumont, TX 77706; Cost: $2,261,410.00. The Mirabella; NC: 172; Total: 172; E; Status: Open; Location: 1955 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78228; Cost: $6,175,000.00. Chicory Court VI; Rehab: 132; Total: 132; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1155 Paredes Line Road, Brownsville, TX 78521; Cost: $3,200,000.00. Nine Skytop Apartments; NC: 174; Total: 174; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2455 N. Frazier, Conroe, TX 77303; Cost: $2,800,000.00. One Park Lane Partners; NC: 144; Total: 144; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 7515 Cook Rd, Houston, TX 77056; Cost: $700,000.00. Timber Village Apartments II; NC: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2626 W. Loop 390 N., Marshall, TX 75670; Cost: $1,259,000.00. TF Development; NC: 144; Total: 144; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 32 Pinnacle Park Blvd, Dallas, TX 75211; Cost: $1,612,476.00. Costa Mariposa; NC: 252; Total: 252; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Palmer Highway and Monticello, Texas City, TX 77591; Cost: $2,500,000.00. Gardens of Weatherford; NC: 76; Total: 76; E; Status: Open; Location: 300 Garden Lane, Weatherford, TX 76085; Cost: $3,686,083.00. DDC Belmont Senior Village; NC: 168; Total: 168; E; Status: Open; Location: FM 2243, Leander, TX 78641; Cost: $3,900,000.00. Costa Vizcaya II; NC: 116; Total: 116; F/G; Status: Open; Location: E. Side of 12000 N, Gessner Road, Houston, TX 77064; Cost: $1,025,000.00. Washington Hotel Lofts; Rehab: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2612 Washington Street, Greenville, TX 75401; Cost: $2,144,488.00. UHF Tuscany Villas Housing; NC: 90; Total: 90; E; Status: Open; Location: 7200 Block of Chase Oaks Blvd, Plano, TX 75025; Cost: $1,855,000.00. UHF Magnolia Trace; NC: 112; Total: 112; E; Status: Open; Location: S. of Crouch Rd and W. Lancaster Rd, Dallas, TX 75241; Cost: $2,488,000.00. Four Seasons at Clear Creek; NC: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Oak Grove Shelby and S. Race Street, Forth Worth, TX 76140; Cost: $5,365,000.00. Crestshire Village; NC: 74; Total: 74; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2300 N. St. Augustine Drive, Dallas, TX 75227; Cost: $3,350,000.00. Onion Creek Housing Partners; NC: 224; Total: 224; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 810 E. Slaughter Lane, Austin, TX 78744; Cost: $1,500,000.00. Mesquite Terrace; NC: 106; Total: 106; E; Status: Open; Location: 421 E. Thomas Road, Pharr, TX 78577; Cost: $2,736,597.00. Akard Walk; Rehab: 200; Total: 200; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 511 N. Akard, Dallas, TX 75201; Cost: $4,028,185.00. Bowie Garden Apartments; NC: 86; Total: 86; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4700 Blk of Bowie Road, Brownsville, TX 78521; Cost: $2,827,801.00. South Acres Ranch II; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 11400 Blk of Scott Street, Houston, TX 77047; Cost: $690,000.00. Beaumont Gracelake Townhomes; NC: 112; Total: 112; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 4060 West Cardinal Drive, Beaumont, TX 77705; Cost: $2,200,000.00. Brownstone Pearland Senior Village; NC: 126; Total: 126; E; Status: Open; Location: 2800 Brownstone Place, Pearland, TX 77584; Cost: $2,050,000.00. Corban Townhomes; NC: 128; Total: 128; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1455 Southgate, Corpus Christi, TX 78415; Cost: $1,600,000.00. Horizon Meadows Apartments; NC: 96; Total: 96; F/G; Status: Open; Location: SWC of Main and Bayou Road, La Marque, TX 77568; Cost: $2,490,000.00. PK Hillwood Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 308 N. East Street, Weimar, TX 78962; Cost: $994,497.00. Vista Ridge Senior Community; NC: 120; Total: 120; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 455 Highland Drive, Lewisville, TX 75067; Cost: $3,408,272.00. Jason Avenue Residential; NC: 252; Total: 252; E; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 509 and 537 Jason Ave, Amarillo, TX 79107; Cost: $2,200,000.00. Costa Esmeralda; NC: 112; Total: 112; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Gurly Ln and S. 16th Street, Waco, TX 76706; Cost: $5,200,000.00. Blackshear Properties of San Angelo; NC: 20; Total: 20; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8 Scattered Sites on Shelton W. 17, W 18, W19, Brown, and Lillie, San Angelos, TX 76903; Cost: $1,173,177.00. Silsbee Oakleaf Estates; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1195 Hwy 327 East, Silsbee, TX 77656; Cost: $529,396.00. Desert Villas; NC: 94; Total: 94; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 173 Coronado Road, El Paso, TX 79915; Cost: $3,100,000.00. WOV Apartments; NC: 232; Total: 232; E; Status: Open; Location: 15059 Caseta Drive, Houston, TX 77082; Cost: $2,408,824.00. M-SDC Fiji Senior; NC: 130; Total: 130; E; Status: Open; Location: 201 Fran Way, Dallas, TX 75203; Cost: $5,550,000.00. M-Lexington Court Phase II; NC: 76; Total: 76; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3507 US Highway 259 N., Kilgore, TX 75662; Cost: $1,296,300.00. M-Buda Huntington Partners; NC: 116; Total: 116; E; Status: Open; Location: FM 118 (Firecracker Road), Buda, TX 78610; Cost: $1,593,040.00. M-Trinity Quality Housing; Rehab: 168; Total: 168; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8725 Calmont Ave, Ft. Worth, TX 76116; Cost: $4,950,523.00. Palmas Apartments; NC: 172; Total: 172; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Rich Beem, approximately 300 feet north of Montana Ave., El Paso, TX 79938; Cost: $7,533,861.00. Kerrville Clearwater Paseo Apartments; NC: 73; Total: 73; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 401 Clearwater Paseo, Kerrville, TX 78028; Cost: $2,440,146.00. Fairway Townhomes Housing; Rehab: 297; Total: 297; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 7229 Ferguson, Dallas, TX 75228; Cost: $1,352,350.00. San Angelo River Apartments; NC: 120; Total: 120; E; Status: Open; Location: 501 Irene Street, San Angelo, TX 76903; Cost: $980,345.00. The Grand Reserve-Waxahachie; NC: 80; Total: 80; E; Status: Open; Location: 129 Park Hills Drive, Waxachie, TX 75165; Cost: $3,420,000.00. Boerne Terraces at Cibolo Apartments, LP; NC: 150; Total: 150; E; Status: Open; Location: 518 Fabra Street, Boerne, TX 78006; Cost: $514,854.00. Utah Housing Corporation; Total: 959. Liberty Peak; NC: 152; Total: 152; Status: Open; Location: 6800 N 2200 W, Kimball Junction, UT 84098; Cost: $2,800,636.00. Providence Place; NC: 125; Total: 125; Status: Open; Location: 309 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84101; Cost: $2,000,000.00. Palisade Park; NC: 35; Total: 35; Status: Open; Location: 450 E 100 S, Ephraim, UT 84627; Cost: $199,841.00. Vesper Hills; NC: 25; Total: 25; Status: Open; Location: 1100 W 530 S, Richfield, UT 84701; Cost: $249,075.00. Stonehedge III Apartments; Rehab: 60; Total: 60; Status: Open; Location: 221 No. Fairfield Road, Layton, UT 84041; Cost: $380,559.00. Heritage House Apartments; Rehab: 34; Total: 34; Status: Open; Location: 277 E 5000 S, Washington Terrace, UT 84405; Cost: $199,378.00. Madison Manor; Rehab: 46; Total: 46; Status: Open; Location: 2434 Madison Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401; Cost: $550,809.00. Ashfield Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; Status: Open; Location: 450 N 2350 W, Tremonton, UT 84337; Cost: $605,879.00. Riverwood Cove; Rehab: 110; Total: 110; Status: Open; Location: 558-560 N Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, UT 84116; Cost: $896,588.00. Newhouse and Avalon Apartments; Rehab: 51; Total: 51; Status: Open; Location: 11 West Main St., Price, UT 84501; Cost: $579,394.00. Kelly Benson Apartments; NC: 59; Total: 59; Status: Open; Location: 3120 South 3600 West, West Valley City, UT 84120; Cost: $271,570.00. Florentine Villas Apartments; NC: 214; Total: 214; Status: Open; Location: 7600 South 800 West, Midvale, UT 84047; Cost: $1,351,563.00. Vermont Housing Finance Agency; Total: 129. Grand Way II Apartments; NC: 28; Total: 28; E; Status: Open; Location: Farrell Street, South Burlington, VT 05403; Cost: $2,260,000.00. Pine Manor Apartments; Rehab: 16; Total: 16; E; Status: Open; Location: 6 Lake Street, Alburgh, VT 05540; Cost: $270,000.00. Pleasant Street Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 30-72 Kennison Drive, Enosburg Falls, VT 05450; Cost: $200,000.00. Salmon Run Apartments; Rehab: 61; Total: 61; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 220 Riverside Ave, Burlington, VT 05401; Cost: $1,500,000.00. Virginia Housing Development Authority; Total: 1441. Claiborne Square; Rehab: 47; Total: 47; E; Status: Open; Location: 506 Halifax Street, Petersburg, VA 23803; Cost: $1,900,000.00. Twin Canal Village Apartments; Rehab: 300; Total: 300; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1480 Drawbridge Circle, Virginia Beach, VA 23453; Cost: $8,596,245.00. Victoria Ridge; NC: 24; Total: 24; OS; Status: Open; Location: 901 Spring Street, Lynchburg, VA 24504; Cost: $592,046.00. Short 18th Street; Rehab: 12; Total: 12; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1412 Short 18th Street, N.E., Charlottesville, VA 22902; Cost: $564,737.00. Riverside Place; Rehab: 22; Total: 22; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 505 South Shady Avenue, Damascus, VA 24236; Cost: $413,521.00. Phelps Road; NC: 22; Total: 22; OS; Status: Open; Location: Phelps Road, Madison Heights, VA 24572; Cost: $400,000.00. Orcutt Townhomes III; NC: 30; Total: 30; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3200 Orcutt Ave, Newport News, VA 23607; Cost: $$1,004,231.00. James Bland Apartments I; Rehab: 18; Total: 18; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 808 Madison St, Alexandria, VA 22314; Cost: $$2,056,530.00. Hamilton Place; NC: 84; Total: 84; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3401 Turnpike Rd, Portsmouth, VA 23707; Cost: $809,573.00. Fairhills Apartments; Rehab: 222; Total: 222; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1328 Coalter St, Richmond, VA 23223; Cost: $9,582,248.00. Epworth Manor; Rehab: 61; Total: 61; E; Status: Open; Location: 112 Cammack St, Louisa, VA 23093; Cost: $283,595.00. Clarke Manor; NC: 121; Total: 121; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Turnpike and Wilson Parkway, Portsmouth, VA 23707; Cost: $4,279,090.00. City Center South Senior Apartments; NC: 66; Total: 66; E; Status: Open; Location: 350 South Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046; Cost: $4,002,742.00. Andover Place; Rehab: 192; Total: 192; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2833-B Fairfield Avenue, Richmond, VA 23223; Cost: $1,617,212.00. Macedonia Apartments; NC: 36; Total: 36; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2229 Shirlington Road, Arlington, VA 22206; Cost: $2,397,802.00. Chesapeake Apartments; Rehab: 184; Total: 184; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 3116 Chesapeake Drive, Dumfries, VA 22026; Cost: $2,350,000.00. Washington State Housing Finance Commission; Total: 503. Rose Street Apartments; NC: 70; Total: 70; Status: Open; Location: 8124 Rainier Ave South, Seattle, WA 98188; Cost: $750,123.00. Park Lake Homes II - Zephyr; NC: 25; Total: 25; Status: Open; Location: 5th Ave SW between SW 108th and SW 115th, Seattle, WA 98106; Cost: $500,000.00. YWCA Family Village at Issaquah - Phase I; NC: 97; Total: 97; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: Corner of Highlands Dr and NE High St, Issaquah, WA 98027; Cost: $11,620,680.00. The Summit at Bay Vista; NC: 82; Total: 82; OS; Status: Open; Location: 4740 Bay Vista Blvd., Bremerton, WA 98312; Cost: $10,631,954.00. Wanity Park Apartments - Phase II; Rehab: 25; Total: 25; E; OS; Status: Open; Location: 101 Wanity Park Dr., Toppenish, WA 98951; Cost: $390,976.00. Salishan Seven; NC: 90; Total: 90; F/G; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1728 East 44th, Tacoma, WA 98404; Cost: $11,880,335.00. New Tacoma Phase I; NC: 74; Total: 74; Status: Open; Location: 1709 South "G" Street, Tacoma, WA 98402; Cost: $1,400,000.00. Walton Place Two; NC: 40; Total: 40; Status: Open; Location: 1521 North State St., Bellingham, WA 98225 4514; Cost: $1,172,068.00. West Virginia Housing Development Fund; Total: 669. Littlepage Terrace; NC: 16; Total: 16; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 1809 Washington Street West, Charleston, WV 25312; Cost: $1,122,386.00. Washington Manor; NC: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 600 Clendenin Street, Charleston, WV 25301; Cost: $5,477,614.00. Hill Manor II Apartments; Rehab: 28; Total: 28; F/G; Status: Open; Location: RR2. 75 Laurel Place, Fayetteville, WV 25840; Cost: $385,346.00. Maple Green Apartments; Rehab: 12; Total: 12; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 540 South Church Street, Shepherdstown, WV 25443; Cost: $94,479.00. Potomac Terrace; Rehab: 31; Total: 31; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 101 Spring Street, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425; Cost: $244,070.00. Lee Street Apartments I and II; Rehab: 64; Total: 64; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Lee Street and Spring Avenue, Moorefield, WV 26836; Cost: $503,887.00. Fountainhead Apartments I and II; Rehab: 80; Total: 80; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 900 Fountainhead Lane, Martinsburg, WV 25401; Cost: $629,858.00. Rumsey Terrace I and II; Rehab: 74; Total: 74; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 70 Rumsey Terrace, Martinsburg, WV 25401; Cost: $582,619.00. Cedar Green Apartments; Rehab: 44; Total: 44; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 70 Abbington Court, Bunker HIll, WV 25413; Cost: $346,423.00. Unity Terrace; Rehab: 99; Total: 99; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 480 Leonard Avenue, Fairmont, WV 26554; Cost: $1,818,640.00. Crossroads Apartments; Rehab: 49; Total: 49; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 113 Tanglewood Drive, Mount Hope, WV 25880; Cost: $637,123.00. Senior Towers; Rehab: 92; Total: 92; E; Status: Open; Location: 200 East Stephen Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401; Cost: $574,375.00. Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority; Total: 1167. Rolling Prairie Apartments; Rehab: 84; Total: 84; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 415, 420, 425 Bird Street, Sun Prairie, WI 53590; Cost: $1,850,718.00. Jefferson Apartments; NC: 64; Total: 64; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 604, 604, 612, 614, 622 Collins Rd, Jefferson, WI 53549; Cost: $1,562,469.00. Johnston Center Residences; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1230 W Grant Street, Milwaukee, WI 53215; Cost: $1,825,586.00. Empowerment Village - Lincoln; NC: 30; Total: 30; OS; Status: Open; Location: 525 W Lincoln Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53204; Cost: $1,084,826.00. The Rivers; NC: 60; Total: 60; E; Status: Open; Location: 475 Marion Road, Oshkosh, WI 54901; Cost: $724,080.00. Empowerment Village-National; NC: 35; Total: 35; OS; Status: Open; Location: 1527 and 1537 W National Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53204; Cost: $1,232,626.00. Veterans Manor; NC: 52; Total: 52; OS; Status: Open; Location: 720-730 N 35th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208; Cost: $1,760,474.00. Beaver Dam Lake Historic Lofts; Rehab: 34; Total: 34; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 222 Madison Street, Beaver Dam, WI 53916; Cost: $549,966.00. Midtown Place Apartments; NC: 88; Total: 88; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 8101, 8119 Mayo Drive, Madison, WI 53719; Cost: $2,525,047.00. Sheridan/Lincoln Apartments; Rehab: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 6634, 6624, and 6729 17th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53143; Cost: $757,981.00. Alta Mira II; NC: 56; Total: 56; E; Status: Open; Location: Northfield Drive, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051; Cost: $1,940,000.00. Green Bay Senior Apartments; NC: 150; Total: 150; E; Status: Open; Location: 2809 University Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54311; Cost: $3,854,395.00. Hide House Lofts; NC: 60; Total: 60; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2625 S Greeley Street, Milwaukee, WI 53207; Cost: $1,690,250.00. Fond du Lac Townhomes; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 188 S Military Road, Fond du Lac, WI 54935; Cost: $1,924,227.00. Harborside Commons; NC: 89; Total: 89; Status: Open; E; Location: 51st Place, Kenosha, WI 53142; Cost: $2,053,895.00. Glenbrook Apartments; Rehab: 72; Total: 72; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 9151 N Jadam Ln, Milwaukee, WI 53224; Cost: $1,670,000.00. Mission Village of Menasha; NC: 66; Total: 66; E; Status: Open; Location: Midway Rd, Menasha, WI 54952; Cost: $2,426,802.00. City Row Apartments; NC: 83; Total: 83; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 602 E Johnson Street, Madison, WI 53703; Cost: $2,392,000.00. Wyoming Community Development Authority; Total: 143. Elkhorn Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; F/G; Status: Open; Location: Central Drive, Casper, WY 82604; Cost: $1,250,000.00. The Meadows Apartments; NC: 48; Total: 48; E; Status: Open; Location: Central Drive, Casper, WY 82604; Cost: $866,698.00. Rocky Point Apartments; Rehab: 23; Total: 23; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 215 Feather Way, Evanston, WY 82930; Cost: $913,821.00. Aspen Creek Apartments; Rehab: 24; Total: 24; F/G; Status: Open; Location: 2000 Corner Creek Lane, Jackson, WY 83001; Cost: $1,816,389.00. Source: IDIS, Recipients, and Recipient Web sites: Note: NC= Units of New Construction, Rehab= Units Rehabilitated, E=Elderly, F/G= Families or General Population, OS= Other Special Population. [End of table] [End of section] Appendix VI: Comments from the Department of Housing and Urban Development: U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development: Office Of Strategic Planning And Management: Washington, DC 20410-0001: [hyperlink, http://www.hud.gov] September 23, 2010: Mr. Mathew J. Scirè: Director: Financial Markets and Community Investment: United States Government Accountability Office: Washington, DC 20548: Subject: Recovery Act: Opportunities Exist to Increase the Public's Understanding of Recipient Reporting on HUD Programs: Dear Mr. Scirè: Thank you for the opportunity to review the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) report of September 2010 on American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) recipient reporting in Public Housing Capital Fund (PHCF), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG- R) and Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP), administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Respectfully, I would like to register two overarching concerns regarding the report. First, GAO employed transparency criteria that were independent of guidance that federal agencies had received from the Office of Management and Budget, and that did not fully recognize the overwhelming success of HUD ARRA recipient reporting. Against GAO's new criteria, the report found that 23 percent of HUD recipients did not meet transparency criteria. Against OMB guidance, however, 99.11 percent of all HUD ARRA recipients reported. This level of reporting is an extraordinary compliance rate for a diverse and relatively understaffed recipient population. As you know, these efforts were accomplished during a short period of time and represent a process of continual improvement and a significant step forward in federal spending transparency. These achievements have been acknowledged in the HUD Office of the Inspector General's (OIG) report of September 17, 2010, "Review of the Effectiveness of HUD's Data Quality Review Processes for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009" (2010-DP-0003). Second, GAO did not fully recognize the leadership that HUD has shown on ARRA performance measurement and analysis, particularly the more stringent and specific ARRA performance measures that HUD has required above and beyond FederalReporting.gov. These HUD-required measures include the number of homes renovated and developed and the number of people served by homelessness prevention and rapid re-housing funds, all of which are associated with geographic addresses so that HUD can identify where ARRA dollars are having results. Notably, HUD has used this data for the past two quarters to understand specifically where ARRA grants are performing relative to poverty rates, income levels and race, yielding reports that truly break new ground for the agency and the federal government. HUD staff and recipients have thus shown leadership in seizing this unique moment of ARRA implementation to make great strides in transparency. I recognize that there are opportunities for improvement of HUD ARRA recipient reporting. I also fully support the process of driving agencies toward greater transparency. At the same time, however, all of the above activities also create a reporting burden on ARRA recipients and federal agencies that must be weighed against the benefits of collecting more detailed information. I hope that you will take the above comments into consideration when finalizing your report. Again, I appreciate the opportunity for HUD to review this report prior to its publication. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact me at (202) 402-6036 or peter.j.grace@hud.gov. Sincerely, Signed by: Peter J. Grace: Director: [End of section] Appendix VII: GAO Contacts and Staff Acknowledgments: GAO Contacts: Mathew J. Scirè at (202) 512-8678 or sciremj@gao.gov. 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