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2013 CDBG Allocation Grant Application

12 June 2013
Presented by: City of Wooster Department of Community Service and Development

About Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

CDBG is a federally-funded program:


Improve quality of life for low-to-moderate income persons, and also to remove slum and blight

Wooster received an Allocation of $75,000 for 2013


The City may apply for up to $75,000 for qualifying projects

Wayne County Low-to-Moderate Income Definition:


Household Size:
Low-Income (80% Median) Very Low Income (50% Median) Extreme Low (30% Median)

1
$34,100 $21,350 $12,800

2
$39,000 $24,400 $14,600

3
$43,850 $27,450 $16,450

4
$48,700 $30,450 $18,250

5
$52,600 $32,900 $19,750

6
$56,500 $35,350 $21,200

7
$60,400 $37,800 $22,650

8
$64,300 $40,200 $24,100

Wayne County 2013 Median Household income: $60,900

About Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

CDBG LMI Blocks


51 percent of project beneficiaries must be LMI. Please note LMI Block Group Map Wooster CDBG LMI area rests within Ward 1 and Ward 2. Citywide, 41 percent of Wooster residents are considered LMI.

Project #1: Viola Startzman Free Clinic

In 2012, Viola Startzman Free Clinic provided:


Care for 2,303 low-income patients (10,674 visits) 19,045 medications 1,320 dental visits Operated with 350 volunteers and 15 staff members.

Funding in 2012: $13,300 Proposed Funding in 2013: $13,300


Please see http://startzmanfreeclinic.org/ for more information

Project #2: Fair Housing Services

2012 CDBG-Funded Fair Housing Services supported:


Wooster Fair Housing Hotline: 1.800.850.0467 (36 Calls in 2012) Educational training on fair housing (Four Classes) and Outreach CDBG requires communities to have Fair Housing Services 2012 services contracted to Donald B. Eager & Associates Inc.

2012 Fair Housing Funding: $3,500 Proposed 2013 Funding: $3,500


Please visit: www.hud.gov/fairhousing

Project #3: Sidewalk Spot Replacement

Safe sidewalks are critical in any neighborhood. LMI households are more likely to rely on sidewalks as a primary mode of transportation. Project Objective: Spot-Repair sidewalks to provide LMI neighborhoods with more accessible connections to Downtown amenities and recreation. Proposed 2013 Funding: $58,200
No assessment is required as the grant covers 100% of cost. Please visit: www.development.ohio.gov

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Service Area About

Project intends to replace damaged sidewalk slabs in residential LMI areas.


Sections that are broken or uplifted by one inch (1) impede access and are a tripping hazarrd.

Connection to Beall Avenue to access Downtown


Sport Replacement for portions of Nold Avenue, High Street, Larwill Street, and North Street.

Connection to Downtown and Schellin Park


Spot Replacement for portions South Street, Pittsburgh Avenue, Henry Street, Hancock Street, Maple Street, Prospect Street, and Spink Street.

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Service Area Overview Map

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Service Area Target Sidewalks

Planned

Approximate Estimates Only

Contingent

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Service Area Schellin Park Area

Approximate Estimates Only

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Service Area Beall Vicinity

Approximate Estimates Only

Sidewalk Spot Replacement Project Cost Estimate


ITEM 1 2 3 4 7A 9 10 13 14 DESCRIPTION CLEARING AND GRUBBING EXCAVATION INCLUDING EMBANKMENT SUBGRADE COMPACTION 3" COMPACTED AGGREGATE BASE 4" CONCRETE WALK TOPSOIL SEEDING AND MULCHING MOBILIZATION PREMIUM FOR CONTRACT BONDS CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE CONTINGENCIES 5% TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE QTY 1 220 914 77 805 0 36 188 1 1 UNIT UNIT COST LS CY SY CY SF CY SY LS LS $ 1,000.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 25.00 2.00 30.00 5.00 50.00 2.50 750.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL 1,000 5,500 1,828 2,310 40,250 1,820 470 750 1,500 55,428

$ 1,500.00

$ 2,772.00 $58,200.00

Note: Preliminary Estimate Only

Path Forward

June 17th: Proposed Resolution to Council June 21st: Allocation Application Deadline June August: Environmental Review September 15th: Approvals Received December 31st, 2014: Projects Completed

For Additional Information, please visit:


www.development.ohio.gov

Questions & Comments

Questions / Comments on
Proposed 2013 Projects The CDBG Program Future Opportunities

THANK YOU!
Presented by: Woosters Department of Community Service and Development Contact: Jonathan Millea Development Coordinator: 330.263.5250