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					Annual Conference
 September, 2012
◦ Congressional Focus

◦ FY 2013 Funding: Continuing
   Resolution
   CDBG
   HOME
   Homelessness

◦ Regulations
 Community Development Block Grant
                           Senate
       FY 2012   House
                           T-HUD     President’s
                          Approps     Request
                         Committee

      $2.9 $3.3 $ 3.1 $2.9
CDBG billion billion billion billion
   HOME Investment Partnerships

                         Senate
       FY 2012   House   T-HUD
                         Approps
                                     President’s
                                     Request
                         Committee


         $1    $1.2    $1      $1
HOME   billion billion billion billion
                 McKinney-Vento

                                Senate
           FY 2012   House      T-HUD       President’s
                                Approps     Request
                                Committee

McKinney   $1.9      $2         2.14     $2.2
-Vento     billion   billion    billion  billion
                     ($286      ($286
                     million    million
                     for ESG)   for ESG)
 Will have a 6-month CR at FY2012
  level
 CRs in FY2011, FY2010, FY2009,
  FY2008, FY2007, and many before
 CR for FY 2013, most likely
     CDBG – $3.25 billion
     HOME - $1.0 billion
     McKinney-Vento - $1.9 billion
Budget Control Act of 2011


         Super Committee
  (additional $1.2 trillion in cuts)
            – FAILED!!!




    SEQUESTRATION
 About8.4% across the board for
 FY 2013 (CBPP)

 Lower percentage caps on
 discretionary spending from FY
 2014-FY 2021
   Housing and Community Development:
        CDBG, HOME and McKinney Vento
   Assistance to the Homeless
   Infrastructure
   Education and Job Training
   Public Health
   Public Safety and Law Enforcement
   Environmental Protection
   Social Services
      Medicare +                  Social Security
       Medicaid                            20%
          21%




Non-Defense                                  Other
Discretionary                              Mandatory
    18%                                          15%


                                Interest
                  Defense
                Discretionary
                                  6%
                    19%
    CDBG: cut by $260 million
      Public service benefits would end – 850,000
       persons

    HOME: cut by $84 million
     No new or rehabbed rental housing – 4,500
     households

    Homeless Assistance
     No assistance – 146,000 households

   (CHCDF)
   COSCDA advocates for a balanced approach
    to deficit reduction.




   Tax reform can impact deficit reduction.
    LIHTCs must be supported.

   Sequestration might be repealed.
Talk to your Congressional representatives.
 …..no cuts to CDBG, HOME and homeless
 programs
CDBG:
 State CDBG Administrative Rule
 Published in April 2012
 Effective on May 23, 2012
 Program Income
 Issued in December of 2011
 To be finalized in the fall
 CHDO
 Project Completion
 Homeownership/Rental
 Property Standards
   Emergency Solutions Grants
    ◦ Effective January 4, 2012


   Homeless Management Information Systems
    ◦ Issued December 9, 2011


   Continuum of Care
    ◦ Effective August 30, 2012
   Linda Thompson
   COSCDA’s Director of Advocacy and Federal
    Programs
   lthompson@coscda.org

				
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