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  1. on 01 Nov 2006 at 4:16 am Paul Ikemire

    First time I heard of this plan was during a Neighborhood 1 introduction about CDBG funding in early September, 2006. I had heard the name but assumed it was a plan for immediate recovery. I suppose it’s difficult to associate long-term, comprehensive planning with FEMA and that prevented this document from being taken seriously.

  2. on 08 Nov 2006 at 1:26 pm Nola J

    Why not?

    Plan says following under
    Housing and Community Development:
    Address the housing shortage by providing assistance to rebuild up to 134,000 damaged or destroyed rental units and rehabilitate up to 67,000 owner occupied homes; including quality, affordable housing options for approximately 30,000 displaced senior residents and 17,000 displaced low income families by the end of 2008. Appropriate and required mitigation measures will be included in this assistance.
    Allow mixed use development, and restore and protect 33,000 historic and culturally significant buildings by April 2007.

  3. on 08 Nov 2006 at 1:34 pm Nola J

    Plan says under Housing and Community Development Goals:
    “protect 33,000 historic and culturally significant buildings by April 2007.”

    Project Detail under thison this plan is called:
    “Salvage Architectural Artifacts”.

    First sentence is:
    “This project will create and fund a program designed to provide for the demolition and salvage of historic buildings (pre-1950) deemed structurally unsound, immovable, etc. that have been identified for demolition by the City.”

    Am I the only one who thinks that it crazy to say “protect historic and culturally significant buildings” and then have ONLY ONE project outline called “Salvage Arhcitectural Artifacts”, that ASSUMES DEMOLITION is the answer?

    Wait we are talking FEMA right?

  4. on 31 Oct 2008 at 1:57 pm Anonymous

    How much CBDG money was finally released after the unified plan was finally accepted? thanks much . I love your site