To develop studies and applications as necessary and appropriate for
recommendation to City Council relative to the expenditure of HUD Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds on an annual basis, and to advise the City
Council on desired changes in the CDBG program during the fiscal year.
The Community Development Committee is advisory to the City Council on all
matters related to the HUD CDBG program. The Committee also advises staff on
matters not necessitating City Council review.
Committee members should be attuned to the primary purpose of the HUD CDBG
project: providing benefits to low and moderate income people. Staff-prepared data related to alternate activities for annual budgeting needs to be examined and evaluated in light of HUD and city program objectives, for the benefit of the
On call, generally four to six times per year. The bulk of the meetings are between October and April, when the next year’s CDBG application is being prepared.
City Hall, 1155 - 28th Street SW, Wyoming, MI 49509
Nine, at least some of which must reside in low/moderate income areas qualified for
HUD CDBG project funds.
Two year terms, beginning July 1.
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