Office of Community Development – Disaster Recovery Unit
pdate for the Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
January 2013
 
 
I. CDBG IMMs  
As of December 31, 2012,  24,505 homeowners  have received  $183.6 million  for Individual Mitigation 
Measures through the Road Home program.  
 
 
II. Road Home   
As of December 31, 2012,  129,953 homeowners  have received more than  $8.97 billion  through the 
Road Home program, including  
o $941.8 million  for  32,363 elevation payments  and 
o $2.12 billion  in Additional Compensation Grants to  46,100 recipients
 
 
Detail of Payments by Category: 
 
Homeowner’s Grant Assistance  November 30, 2012  December 31, 2012 
Total Homeowners receiving funds  129,941  129,953 
Total Amount disbursed to homeowners  $8,973,256,834  $8,975,827,144 
 
 
Average award amount 
$69,056 
$69,069 
  
 
 
Elevation   Awards  
32,358 
32,363 
Elevation Awards Disbursed 
$941,630,516  $941,795,777 
  
 
 
Additional Compensation   Recipients  
46,095 
46,100 
Additional Compensation Disbursed 
$2,118,736,624  $2,119,120,930 
  
 
 
Benefits Calculated Without Funds Disbursed  72 
64 
‐‐ Active Applications 
12 
14 
‐‐ IMM Only Applications 
‐‐ Transferred to Title Company 
55 
47 
 
 
III. Small Rental 
As of December 31, 2012,  4,581 property owners  have received  $390 million . A total of  8,378 units are 
complete.    
 
 
Select Committee Briefing – January 2013
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III. Small Rental continued  
Small Rental 
Property Program  
Closed Loans (as of) 
Complete
Active 
Sept. 24,
2012 
Nov. 26,
2012 
Dec. 31, 
2012 
Properties  
4,828  4,525  4,555  4,581  94.9% 
Total units  
9,499  8,272  8,329  8,378  88.2% 
Affordable units  8,227  7,301  7,348  7,388  89.8% 
Amount disbursed 
$378M  $386M  $390M   
 
 
IV. Infrastructure   
 
Program  
Approved Projects Amount Obligated  Amount Expended
Long Term Community Recovery   201 
$699,157,641  $371,630,237
Primary & Secondary Education   76 
$243,750,000  $156,018,441
Local Government 
38 
$175,188,699  $106,345,044
Fisheries Assistance 
23 
$26,015,607  $9,897,102
Ratepayer Mitigation 
$200,000,000  $200,000,000
Total 
339 
$1,344,111,947  $843,890,824
 
 
V. Economic Development   
 
Program  
Amount Obligated  Amount Expended 
Small Firm  Recovery Grant & Loan 
$165,763,972
$164,602,487
Recovery Workforce Training 
$37,053,635
$37,053,632
Project‐Based Recovery Opportunity (PROP)  $30,689,356
$16,041,800
Louisiana Tourism Marketing 
$28,500,000
$28,425,066
Research Commercialization & Educational 
Enhancement 
$28,500,000
$27,792,338
Technical Assistance to Small Firms 
$9,839,634
$9,839,634
Innovation Loan & Technical Assistance 
$8,000,000
$1,567,611
Louisiana Bridge Loan 
$6,206,331
$6,132,087
Total 
$314,552,928
$291,454,656
 
Select Committee Briefing – January 2013
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Katrina/Rita CDBG Program Appropriations, Allocations and Expenditures for December 2012
Appropriations and Allocations Congressional Appropriations Proposed Allocations Restricted Balances
1st Appropriation
$6,210,000,000
$6,209,997,382
$2,618
2nd Appropriation
$4,200,000,000
$4,199,956,666
$43,334
3rd Appropriation
$3,000,000,000
$3,000,000,000
$0
Sum:
$13,410,000,000
$13,409,954,048
$45,952
Housing Programs
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Remaining
Balances
Homeowners Assistance* $9,755,938,929 $9,662,317,991 $93,620,938 $9,549,662,270 $9,553,870,897 $4,208,626.67 $202,068,032
Small Rental Property $662,857,250 $653,839,398 $9,017,852 $541,943,522 $545,244,482 $3,300,960.12 $117,612,768
LIHTC/CDBG Piggyback^ $588,052,037 $583,938,086 $4,113,951 $508,847,887 $508,915,287 $67,400.00 $79,136,750
Louisiana Land Trust
Slum and Blight
Prevention
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Monthly
Expenditures
$216,000,000 $216,000,000
$0 $197,931,007 $198,467,111 $536,104.12 $17,532,889
Supportive Housing
Services
$72,730,000 $72,730,000
$0 $33,741,848 $35,011,279 $1,269,430.87 $37,718,721
Soft Seconds^
$72,600,000 $70,500,000 $2,100,000 $11,417,249 $11,934,801 $517,552.00 $60,665,199
First Time Homebuyer
Pilot Program
$48,298,000 $48,298,000
$0 $34,043,473 $34,328,004 $284,530.48 $13,969,996
Non-Profit Rebuilding
$26,000,000 $25,935,501 $64,499 $10,776,434 $11,088,449 $312,015.12 $14,911,551
Homelessness Supports
and Housing
$25,900,000 $25,900,000
$0 $21,539,582 $21,902,365 $362,782.79 $3,997,635
Building Code
Enforcement
$16,230,000 $16,220,831 $9,169 $15,920,831 $15,920,831 $0.00 $309,169
Housing Development
Loan Fund
$11,363,963 $10,873,963 $490,001 $2,525,340 $2,525,340 $0.00 $8,838,623
Contaminated Drywall
$5,000,000 $3,930,698 $1,069,302 $1,052,497 $1,083,226 $30,728.97 $3,916,774
Rapid Re-housing
$5,000,000 $5,000,000
$0 $4,812,496 $4,849,423 $36,926.64 $150,577
Plaquemines Parish
Rehabilitation
$4,000,000 $4,000,000
$0 $2,651,563 $2,793,226 $141,663.20 $1,206,774
Land Assembly
Operations
$2,070,000 $2,070,000
$0 $2,068,631 $2,068,631 $0.00 $1,369
Support to Community
Based Programs
$2,070,000 $1,740,916 $329,084 $1,552,090 $1,552,090 $0.00 $517,910
Sum: $11,514,110,179 $11,403,295,384 $110,814,795 $10,940,486,720 $10,951,555,441 $11,068,721 $562,554,738
Infrastructure Programs
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Long Term Community
Recovery
$699,157,641 $699,157,641
$0 $365,979,928 $371,630,237 $5,650,308.64 $327,527,404
Primary and Secondary
Education
$243,750,000 $243,750,000
$0 $146,547,639 $156,018,441 $9,470,802.12 $87,731,559
Ratepayer Mitigation
$200,000,000 $200,000,000
$0 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $0.00
$0
Local Government^
$179,378,488 $175,188,699 $4,189,789 $106,103,139 $106,345,044 $241,905.58 $73,033,444
Infrastructure Program
Delivery
$30,692,359 $30,692,359
$0 $26,676,987 $26,727,165 $50,178.55 $3,965,194
Fisheries Assistance
$26,515,608 $26,015,607 $500,001 $9,897,102 $9,897,102 $0.00 $16,618,506
Sum: $1,379,494,096 $1,374,804,306 $4,689,790 $855,204,795 $870,617,989 $15,413,195 $508,876,107
Economic Development Programs
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant and Admin
$165,763,972 $165,763,972
$0 $164,598,372 $164,602,487 $4,115.34 $1,161,485
Recovery Workforce
Training
$37,053,635 $37,053,635
$0 $37,053,632 $37,053,632 $0.00
$3
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant - PROP**^
$35,745,726 $30,689,356 $5,056,370 $16,041,800 $16,041,800 $0.00 $19,703,926
Louisiana Tourism
Marketing
$28,500,000 $28,500,000
$0 $28,425,066 $28,425,066 $0.00 $74,934
Research
Commercialization/
Educational Enhancement $28,500,000 $28,500,000
$0 $27,792,338 $27,792,338 $0.00 $707,662
Technical Assistance to
Small Firms
$9,839,634 $9,839,634
$0 $9,839,634 $9,839,634 $0.00
$0
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant - Innovation
$8,000,000 $8,000,000
$0 $1,410,940 $1,567,611 $156,671.41 $6,432,389
Louisiana Bridge Loan
$6,206,331 $6,206,331 $0 $6,132,087 $6,132,087 $0.00 $74,244
Sum: $319,609,298 $314,552,928 $5,056,370 $291,293,869 $291,454,656 $160,787 $28,154,642
Planning and Technical Assistance
Housing Programs
Remaining
Balances
Planning $15,500,000 $15,121,802 $378,198 $13,763,232 $13,763,232 $0.00 $1,736,768
Environmental Clearance $6,783,475 $6,783,475
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
$0 $6,543,973 $6,549,544 $5,571.36 $233,931
State Technical
Assistance
$1,420,000 $1,372,517 $47,483 $716,940 $721,190 $4,250.00 $698,810
Sum: $23,703,475 $23,277,794 $425,681 $21,024,146 $21,033,967 $9,821 $2,669,508
State Administration
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State Administration*** $173,037,000 N/A
N/A
$82,097,901 $82,779,227 $681,324.90 $90,257,773
Total
Remaining
Balance
All Programs Total: $13,409,954,048 $13,115,930,412 $120,986,636 $12,190,107,430 $12,217,441,280 $27,333,849 $1,192,512,768
Total
Allocations
as of 12/2012
Total
Obligations
as of 12/2012
Total
Unobligated
Amounts
Total
Expenditures
thru
11/30/2012
Total
Expenditures
thru
12/31/2012
Total Monthly
Expenditures
*Includes $172 million not yet approved by HUD.
**$2,810,643.69 of Bridge Loan Program Income funds were expended on the New Orleans Healing Center. This amount is not included in the
total PROP allocation reflected in this line item.
***Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
^All or a portion of the unobligated funds will be obligated upon approval of pending CEA/Contract/Loan Agreement/Project Application.
Report Refreshed on 1/2/13
Planning and Technical
Assistance
All Programs
 
Gustav/Ike CDBG Program Allocations, Obligations, and Expenditures for December 2012
Appropriations and Allocations
Congressional Appropriation
Proposed Allocations Restricted Balances
1st Allocation
$438,223,344
$438,223,344
$0
2nd Allocation
$620,467,205
$620,467,205
$0
3rd Allocation
$34,522,022
$34,522,022
$0
Sum:
$1,093,212,571
$1,093,212,571
$0
Parish Program
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
$96,375,403
$96,375,403
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Allocation to Parishes
$562,526,122 $561,876,517
$649,605
$101,676,069
$5,300,666 $460,850,053
Sum:
$562,526,122 $561,876,517
$649,605
$101,676,069
$5,300,666 $460,850,053
Housing Programs
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
$19,494,086
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State - Affordable Rental
$50,602,543
$47,402,543
$3,200,000
$20,384,954
$890,868 $30,217,589
GI Piggyback Program
$25,000,000
$24,920,526
$79,474
$12,785,500
$12,785,500
$0 $12,214,500
Public Housing - State
$15,500,000
$15,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0 $15,500,000
Homelessness Prevention
$3,470,672
$2,500,000
$970,672
$1,479,164
$1,582,101
$102,937
$1,888,571
Parish - Affordable Rental
$24,000,000
$24,000,000
$0
$2,246,834
$2,317,772
$70,938 $21,682,228
Non-Profit Homeowner Rehab
$5,000,000
$0
$5,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$5,000,000
Sum:
$123,573,215 $114,323,069
$9,250,146
$36,005,584
$37,070,327
$1,064,743 $86,502,888
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Coastal Communities
Recovery
$30,398,297
$30,398,297
$0
$258,793
$379,729
$120,936 $30,018,568
Interoperable Communications
$17,099,040
$17,099,040
$0
$15,221,155
$15,221,155
$0
$1,877,885
Municipal Infrastructure
$35,000,000
$34,857,239
$142,761
$8,080,973
$8,721,378
$640,405 $26,278,622
Economic Development and
Growth Infrastructure
$80,000,000
$66,971,223
$13,028,777
$39,000,000
$39,109,957
$109,957 $40,890,043
Sum:
$162,497,337 $149,325,799
$13,171,538
$62,560,921
$63,432,219
$871,298 $99,065,118
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Economic Revitalization
(Business Grant and Loan)
$47,911,890
$45,342,000
$2,569,890
$28,291,614
$29,025,073
$733,459 $18,886,817
Innovation Grant Program
$10,530,000
$10,530,000
$0
$1,316,090
$1,568,866
$252,776
$8,961,134
Innovation Program -
Workforce
$2,500,000
$2,500,000
$0
$642,493
$653,392
$10,899
$1,846,608
Recovery Public Service
Program
$20,000,000
$0
$20,000,000
$0
$0
$0 $20,000,000
Sum:
$80,941,890
$58,372,000
$22,569,890
$30,250,197
$31,247,331
$997,134 $49,694,559
Agriculture
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Farm Recovery Loan and
Grant
$39,492,293
$39,492,293
$0
$38,639,505
$38,639,505
$0
$852,788
Agri-business Recovery Loan
Assistance
$9,365,431
$9,365,431
$0
$9,120,495
$9,120,495
$0
$244,936
La Critical Farm Infrastructure
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$0
$9,908,086
$9,908,086
$0
$91,914
Agriculture Administration
$908,870
$908,870
$0
$582,428
$582,428
$0
$326,442
Sum:
$59,766,594
$59,766,594
$0
$58,250,514
$58,250,514
$0
$1,516,080
Comprehensive Resiliency
Fisheries
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
$15,094,685
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Commercial Fisherman G&L
$15,228,370
$15,228,370
$0
$15,095,248
$563
$133,122
Wholesale Dealer Broker G&L
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$0
Vessel Monitoring System
$2,587,882
$1,796,975
$790,907
$0
$0
$0
$2,587,882
Sustainable Coastal
Communities
$7,925,000
$7,475,000
$450,000
$1,243,025
$1,243,025
$0
$6,681,975
Fisheries Technical
Assistance
$125,000
$125,000
$0
$81,554
$81,554
$0
$43,446
Fishing Industry Modernization
$100,000
$100,000
$0
$94,164
$94,164
$0
$5,836
Fisheries Administration
$699,922
$699,922
$0
$457,881
$457,881
$0
$242,041
Sum:
$34,971,179
$33,730,272
$1,240,907
$25,276,314
$25,276,877
$563
$9,694,302
Housing Programs
Administration and Planning
Allocations as of
12/2012
Obligations as
of 12/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Comprehensive Resiliency
$13,300,000
$10,728,752
$2,571,248
$4,389,595
$4,844,634
$455,039
$8,455,366
Planning
$5,869,479
$4,675,000
$1,194,479
$851,853
$1,000,792
$148,939
$4,868,687
Administration
$49,766,755
N/A
N/A
$11,754,171
$16,995,619
$12,118,757
$364,586 $37,647,998
Sum:
$68,936,234
N/A
N/A
$17,964,183
$968,564 $50,972,051
Rental Housing
Total Allocations as
of 12/2012
Total
Obligations as
of 12/2012**
Total
Unobligated
Amount**
Total
Expenditures
thru 11/30/12
$325,714,552
Total
Expenditures
thru 12/31/12
Total Monthly
Expenditures
Total
Remaining
Balance
$1,093,212,571 $992,798,003
$50,647,813
$334,917,520
$9,202,968 $758,295,051
Report Refreshed on 1/2/13
** Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
Program Information/Updates
January 16, 2013
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Superstorm Sandy Recovery Assistance
• OCD-DRU Chief of Staff Stacy Bonnaffons is imbedded in
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
(Jan – March)
o providing technical assistance document samples and
Hosted meetings with the Commissioner of the NJ
Department of Community Affairs, Richard Constable,
in New Orleans
• OCD-DRU staff members continue to provide guidance and
answer questions as needed
• HUD discussing having OCD-DRU provide training to Sandy-
impacted states should they receive CDBG disaster recovery
appropriation
1
1
o providing technical assistance, document samples and
contacts from Louisiana
Disaster Expenditures
as of 12/31/12
• Louisiana has expended 91.1% of
Katrina/Rita CDBG funds, and
$334.9 million , or 30.6%, of Gustav/Ike
CDBG funds.
2
Katrina/Rita Grant Projection
Allocations and Projected Expenditures
(Calendar Quarter)
16
14
Allocation: $13.4 B
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Allocation
Projected
3
2
Katrina/Rita Program Timelines
Katrina Rita Program Closeout Timeline
(Calender Year)
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
Road Home ($9.97B)
Homeless Supports ($25.9M)
Small Rental ($663M)
Program Monitoring and loan docs will carry thru 2033
Piggyback ($583M)
Monitoring/Asset Management thru 2046
Louisiana Loan Fund ($18.6M)
FTHB ($48.3M)
Non-profit Rebuilding ($26M)
Soft Seconds ($72.6M)
Supportive Housing ($72.7M)
closeout
Ratepayer Mitigation ($200M)
Primary & Secondary Educ ($244M)
Delayed due to RSD re-evaluation
Local Government ($179M)
Fisheries ($26.5M)
LTCR ($699M)
Bridge Loan ($6.56M)
LA Tourism Marketing ($28.5M)
TA to Small Firms ($9.98M)
Small Firm Loan & Grant ($166M)
Workforce Recovery ($37M)
RC/EEP ($28.5M)
PROP/ILTAP ($43.4M)
Loan monitoring, possibly thru 2033
Monitoring and Closeout
*3yr monitoring period assumed unless told otherwise
4
Gustav/Ike Grant Projection
Gustav/Ike Expended and Projected
$1,200
Total Grant : $1.093B
$1,000
Projected
$800
$600
$400
$200
$-
Allocation
Projected
Expended (actual)
5
3
 
Gustav/Ike Program Timeline
Gustav Ike Program Closeout Timeline
(Calender Year)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
Parish Program ($562.5M)
Affordable Rental ($50.6M)
GI Piggyback Rental ($25M)
Monitoring and asset management throught 2046
Public/Supportive Hsg Pgm ($15.5M)
Homeless Prevention ($3.47M)
Parish - Affordable Rental ($24M)
Non-Profit Homeowner Rehab ($5M)
Coastal Communities Recovery ($30.4M)
Interoperable Communications ($17.1M)
Municipal Infrastructure Programs ($35M)
Economic Growth and Infrastructure ($80M)
Economic Revitalization ($47.9M)
Innovation Fund Program ILTAP ($10.5M)
Innovation Workforce Program ($2.5M)
Farm Recovery Program ($39.5M)
Agribusiness Programs ($9.37M)
Commercial Fishermen Pgm ($15.2M)
Wholesale Dealer Broker Program ($8.3M)
Sustainable Coastal Communities ($7.9M)
Comprehensive Resiliency ($13.3M)
Monit oring
*3yr monitoring period assumed unless told otherwise
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Innovation Loan & Technical Assistance
At 1.5 years into the Innovation Loan & Technical Assistance
program , OCD-DRU decided to review grantee productivity:
Assessed the capacity of each participating agency to comply
with the current terms of the contract and to meet the goals of
the program;
Considered amendments to the contracts where additional time
or funds would contribute to the overall success of the program;
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The amendments included contract extensions up to 12 months
and/or an increase in funding availability ;
Alternatively, some contracts were terminated early or left to
expire on Jan. 31, 2013 with or without funds remaining.
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Assessed the capacity of each participating agency to comply
 
Innovation Loan & Technical Assistance
The following changes were made to the program
guidelines to further leverage successful
grantees:
grantees:
Increased maximum loan fund per sub-recipient
from $2 to $4 million
Increased maximum technical assistance fund
per sub-recipient from $500,000 to $1 million
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Economic Development
Project-Based Recovery Opportunity Program
VOA Fresh & Health Kitchen
and Apartment Community
• Downtown office and ware-
house space turned into a
community combining:
o mixed-income housing,
o a fresh food commercial
kitchen and
o retail and warehouse space;
Circle Food Store
• $2.5 million PROP funds
invested;
• Restoration of an iconic, federally
registered landmark;
• $1 million invested through
the Louisiana Loan Fund.
• Will create 75 new jobs;
• $1 million PROP funds invested.
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Housing Programs
Homeowner Assistance
(Road Home)
Small Rental
as of 12/31/12
• 8,378 units have been restored
or created in 4 581 properties
129,953 homeowners have
received $8.98 billion
or created in 4,581 properties
• Includes 7,388 affordable units
Including $941.8 million for
elevations
54% of all Road Home funds
have gone to low to moderate
income households
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Piggyback
Katrina/Rita
as of 12/31/12
Total Projects Awarded:
60
Projects Completed:
53
Units Completed:
6,780
Affordable Units
Completed:
3,953
Gustav/Ike
Total Projects Awarded:
12
Projects Completed:
9
Units Completed:
558
Affordable Units
Completed:
527
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129 953 homeowners have
54% of all Road Home funds
Total Projects Awarded:
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Infrastructure
as of 12/31/12
Program
Approved
Projects
Amount
Obligated
Amount
Disbursed
Long Term
Long Te r m
Community Recovery
201
$699 million $371.6 million
Primary & Secondary
Education
76 $243.8 million
$156 million
Local Government
38 $175.2 million $106.3 million
Fisheries
23
$26 million
$9.9 million
Fisheries
23
Ratepayer Mitigation
1
$200 million
$200 million
Total
339
$1.34 billion $843.9 million
Project Expenditure Deadline of Apr. 1, 2013 implemented
o Notification sent to grantees on Nov. 27, 2012
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Economic Development
as of 12/31/12
Program
Allocated
Expended
Small Firm Recovery Grant and Loan
$165,763,972
$164,602,487
Recovery Workforce Training
$37,053,635
$37,053,632
Project‐Based Recovery Opportunity (PROP)*
$30,689,356
$16,041,800
Louisiana Tour i sm Marketing 
$28,500,000
$28,425,066
Research Commercialization & Educational 
Enhancement
$28,500,000
$27,792,338
Technical Assistance to Small Firms
$9,839,634
$9,839,634
Innovation Loan and Technical Assistance**
$8,000,000
$1,567,611
Louisiana Bridge Loan
$6,206,331
$6,132,087
Total
$314,552,928
$291,454,656
*Program initiated in 2010
**Program initiated in 2010; combines Katrina/Rita & Gustav/Ike recovery funds
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$26 million
$9.9 million
 
Gustav and Ike Recovery
Parish Recovery Program
as of 12/31/12
Within 53 parishes:
o 278 infrastructure, housing and economic development projects ;
o $561.9 million obligated ;
o $101.7 million expended ;
o In 2012, 22 projects entered the construction/ delivery phase;
o Projections for 2013 have 131 projects completed and another
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163 in the construction/delivery phase.
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Infrastructure Project Application Approval Deadline
of May 1, 2013 implemented
Notification sent to grantees on Nov. 27, 2012
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http://www.doa.louisiana.gov/CDBG/
http://www.road2la.org
http://www.mitigatela.org
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