2023 Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment

The City of Columbus proposes to amend its PY 2023/FY 2024 Annual Action Plan. The following are the proposed substantial amendments:

Substantial amendment #1: The City of Columbus will add $400,261 of CDBG funds originally allocated for Infrastructure and Public Facilities and $194,000 in CDBG funds originally allocated for Affordable Housing Development to the $100,000 in Property Acquisition/Disposition. The new allocation equals $694,261 for the acquisition of 3 or more rental units.

Substantial amendment #2: The City of Columbus will transfer $56,000 of CDBG funds originally allocated for Affordable Housing development, $3,000 of CDBG funds originally allocated for Accessibility Home Compliance Program, and $1,000 of CDBG funds originally allocated for Lead-based Paint Testing Program to the $4,000 in Housing Rehabilitation. The new allocation equals $60,000 to accommodate accessibility improvements and lead-based paint testing.

Any comments can be forwarded to Emma Kimbrel, Community Reinvestment Planner at Kimbrel.Emma@ColumbusGA.org.

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Community Reinvestment Department

Mission

Branding our organization to be a center of excellence with respect and integrity to serve the community in a capacity where the hard work that we put in translates into outcomes that are pragmatic and oriented to succeed.

Vision

My vision for the future is centered around excellence and striving to change the status quo as this community is transitioning to become a high performing community.

A world where our federal investments are leveraged in a way that is equitable but most of all sustainable for long term growth.

Desired Outcomes

When we are fully optimized, we want to leave a mark on this community that is visibly recognized beyond the terms of our civil service.