Six applications were submitted to the Lewis & Clark Regional Development Council’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Scoring and Ranking Committee for consideration.
The City of Wilton submitted a housing project application to assist in the rehab of a 12-unit multi-family apartment complex. The grant will fund new shingles, electric door openers, new windows, and essential electrical updates.
The following five communities submitted public facilities applications:
- City of Flasher: Curb stops.
- City of Stanton: Water and sewer main replacement.
- City of Butte: ADA upgrades to their community center.
- City of Goodrich: Water main replacement.
The Scoring and Ranking Committee met on June 7 to review and score the projects. After hearing each proposal, the committee decided to provide CDBG grants to the following four projects…
Applicant: City of Wilton
Project: Multi-Family Housing Rehab
Approved Grant Amount: $81,000
Applicant: City of Stanton
Project: Lift Station Repairs
Approved Grant Amount: $104,464
Applicant: City of Goodrich
Project: Water Main Replacement
Approved Grant Amount: $45,583
Applicant: City of Butte
Project: ADA Compliance for Community Center
Approved Grant Amount: $76,500
The CDBG Program funds local community development activities such as affordable housing, infrastructure development, and planning activities. Created in 1975 during the Ford administration, it is one of the longest-running and most successful HUD programs. CDBG grants are established to meet specific community needs and purposes. They are deliberately designed to be used at the discretion of state and local governments and their sub-grantees.
Lewis & Clark Regional Development Council manages the program for a ten-county region consisting of Burleigh, Emmons, Grant, Kidder, McLean, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Sheridan, and Sioux Counties.
For more information on the program, contact Lyle Hogue at (701) 667-7623 or at email@example.com.