Community Development Block Grant Program Public Hearing
City of Geneva
Notice of Public Hearing
The City of Geneva intends to apply to New York State for funding under the federal Community Development Block Grant Program in 2020 on behalf of CCMI, Inc. and Assured Edge Solutions, LLC for business expansions projects located in the City of Geneva. The maximum grant amount available through the Community Development Block Grant Program for economic development activities is $750,000.
A public hearing is held as part of the process to solicit public input with respect to the application and to develop program activities. Community Development funds can be used for activities that are eligible under Section 570.482 of Subpart I of the federal Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.
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Wednesday, June 3, 2020 7:00 pm
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The public is urged to participate in this public hearing to provide input into the application process, the proposed use of Community Development funds and to express their views or pose questions with respect to the Community Development Program. Anyone wishing to speak at the public hearing should contact City Clerk Lori Guinan at LJG@geneva.ny.us or by calling 315-789-2603.
Comments may be verbal or written. Written comments may be submitted prior to the hearing to: Lori Guinan, City Clerk, 47 Castle Street, Geneva, New York 14456.
The existing Community Development Grants and related programs are funded under Title I of the Housing and Community Act of 1974, as amended. Fiscal Year 2019 funds for which the City may apply will be provided by the federal government, pursuant to Title I to New York State for award and administration. The public hearing is held pursuant to Section 570.486 Subpart I of the federal Community Development Block Grant Program regulations and/or any similar State regulations that may govern the State’s Community Development Program.
Steve Valentino, Mayor