PUBLIC REVIEW HEARING - 2018/19 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN/ AAP AMENDMENTS/CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN 

PUBLIC REVIEW HEARING
CITY OF BUFFALO

2018/19 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN/ AAP AMENDMENTS/CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN 

Thursday June 28, 2018 

6:00 PM 

The Belle Center 

104 Maryland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14201 

Mayor Byron W. Brown invites Buffalo residents to participate in a public hearing to discuss the city’s anticipated 2018/19 allocations for the following federal programs: Community Development Block Grant; HOME Investment Partnerships; Emergency Solutions Grant; and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS. 

City staff will be present to describe program goals, review the planning and adoption process, and accept citizen comments regarding the use of this funding to address housing and community development needs. This hearing will review the results of 2 (two) prior working sessions regarding specific ways to best utilize Entitlement funds throughout the City of Buffalo. This meeting will also review Annual Action Plan Amendments and changes to the updated Citizen Participation Plan. 

Written comments to all three Annual Action Plan items are encouraged, and will be included in the city’s submission to HUD. Comments must be postmarked by July 29, 2018 at either 920 City Hall, Buffalo NY 14202; or HUDAdministrator@city-buffalo.com. 

For more information regarding this public notice, or to request special accommodations for the public hearing, please call 851-5449. Burmese, Arabic, Nepali, and Karen speakers must RSVP for translation services prior to meeting. 

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