Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
Program Information/Updates
May 26, 2011
 
HMGP Update
As of May 16, 2011:
8,857 payments processed :
o 5,610 Elevation
o 477 Reconstruction
o 2,770 IMM
6,132 homeowners received a payment
$243.4 million disbursed :
o $208.7M Elevation
o $ 15.3M Reconstruction
o $ 19.4M IMM
HMGP Update
From April 25, 2011 to May 16, 2011:
808 payments processed :
o 514 Elevation
o 26 Reconstruction
o 268 IMM
403 homeowners received a payment
$23.2 million disbursed :
o $20,400,000 Elevation
o $ 900,000 Reconstruction
o $ 2,000,000 IMM
Elevation &Reconstruction Payments $
(Cumulative)
Elevation - Reconstruction Payment Distribution $
Data as of April 2011
Initial (Ttl)
Final (Ttl)
January 2009
39,431
-
April 2009
68,740
-
$250
May 2009
734,234
-
Final (Ttl)
June 2009
1,065,556
-
July 2009
1,228,590
-
Initial (Ttl)
August 2009
1,679,065
-
$200
September 2009
2,264,818
-
October 2009
2,092,044
-
November 2009
2,868,083
-
$150
December 2009
4,380,084
-
January 2010
5,019,186
14,771
February 2010
6,126,889
46,325
March 2010
16,113,443
574,107
$100
April 2010
22,832,966
625,947
May 2010
29,733,792
625,947
June 2010
35,750,622
1,300,255
$50
July 2010
43,003,892
1,461,636
August 2010
53,028,584
2,236,689
September 2010
65,141,250
3,034,957
$-
October 2010
71,481,203
3,133,230
November 2010
81,230,395
12,088,841
December 2010
91,535,066
18,686,227
January 2011
113,251,825
19,518,956
February 2011
141,883,351
25,303,670
March 2011
169,073,070
35,138,606
April 2011
185,223,570
39,150,991
 
HMGP Web Portal
Application Progress – Web Portal
CDBG Update
CDBG IMMs:
• 6,628 homeowners have $49.6 million
As of May 16, 2011
Road Home:
• 128,319 homeowners have $8.77 billion ,
including
• $923 million for 31,762 elevation payments and
• $2.1 billion in Additional Compensation grants
to 45,945 recipients
Statewide Mitigation
Statewide Mitigation
as of May 26, 2011
# Pmts
$ Payments
RH Elevation Incentive
31,782
$923,944,659.00
RH IMM
7,577
$56,768,323.00
RH Total Statewide
39,359
$980,712,982.00
HMGP E/R
6,257
$232,147,074.09
HMGP IMM
2,818
$19,730,523.38
HMGP Total Statewide
9,075
$251,877,597.47
Total Statewide
48,434
$1,232,590,579
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Homeowner & HMGP Funding
HOMEOWNER & HMGP Funding - Orleans & Jefferson
as of May 25, 2011
Orleans Parish
Jefferson Parish
Units
Amount
Units
Amount
RH Compensation
46,126 $2,629,229,882.30
24,766
$943,250,692.40
Elevation
14,871
$439,423,630.43
7,772
$229,844,538.20
ACG
19,537 $1,110,875,871.06
4,807
$154,725,716.33
IMM
2,560
$19,162,456.04
1,836
$13,766,715.84
RH SubTotal
$4,198,691,839.83
$1,341,587,662.77
HMGP Elevation
1,296
$63,922,209.00
2,020
$110,239,776.00
HMGP Reconstruction
221
$10,105,359.00
50
$2,546,356.00
HMGP IMM
1,139
$8,172,845.00
1,153
$8,577,577.00
HMGP SubTotal
$82,200,413.00
$121,363,709.00
Total RH & HMGP
$4,280,892,252.83
$1,462,951,371.77
Small Rental
As of May 16, 2011
• 3,650 loans closed on properties
• $262 million disbursed
• 6,611 units completed
• 5,804 affordable units completed
Small Rental – 9 th Ward Update
Cumulative Summary as of May 2, 2011:
Lower Ninth Ward MAP
CLOSED & DISBURSED
NOT YET CLOSED OR DISBURSED
Data Current as of
05/02/11
Owner
Occupied
Rental (includes AIL
and Advanced Funds)
Construction
Initiative
Total
Closed &
Disbursed
Owner
Occupied
Incentive
Construction
Initiative
Total
Not Yet Closed or
Disbursed
Total Properties
7
257
3
267
1
91
71
163
Total Livable Units
7
475
5
485
1
163
117
281
Total Affordable Units
n/a
444
5
449
n/a
155
114
269
Total Awards
$673,565
$19,131,663
$102,618
$19,907,846
$150,000
$13,404,940
$11,532,367
$25,087,307
Total Closed Properties: 267
Total Closed Affordable Units: 449
Total Funds Allocated: $45M
Total Funds Disbursed: $20M
 
 
Small Rental – 9 th Ward Update: Closed Properties as
of 12/31/10
Small Rental – 9 th Ward Update: Not Yet Closed
Properties as of 12/31/10
PROP Awards
Project-Based Recovery Opportunity Program
11 Economic Development Projects (9 in New Orleans)
Awarded $21.8 Million so far ($18.55M in New Orleans)
Will support the creation of 597 jobs
Provide direct low-interest loans ranging from $500,000 to
$5 million at a minimum 1% annual interest rate
Aims to create new jobs in areas affected by hurricanes
Katrina and Rita
13
PROP Awards
Project-Based Recovery Opportunity Program
Emphasized projects that:
Create opportunities for new small businesses
At least 51% owned by a female or minority
Preserve historic structures
Provide an essential service to a recovering
neighborhood
Demonstrated community support
Create jobs above program-required minimum for
workers with lower incomes or
Have a positive repayment history with OCD-DRU
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Innovation Awards
Innovation Loan & Technical Assistance Program
$20 million awarded to 20 nonprofit organizations
Nonprofits will provide low-interest loans and technical
assistance to small businesses in hurricane-impacted areas
$14.3 million disbursed as low-interest loans
$5.7 million used to provide technical assistance
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Innovation Awards
Grantee
Parishes Served Include
Amount
1 ACCION Louisiana
Orleans, Jefferson and St. Bernard
$2.4 million
2 ASI Federal Credit Union
Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and
St. Bernard
$2 million
3 Capital Access Project
Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and
St. Bernard
$370,000
4
Committee of 100 for Economic
Development
St. Tammany
$265,700
5
Greater New Orleans Development
Foundation
Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and
St. Bernard
$2 million
6 Good Work Network
Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and
St. Bernard
$500,000
7 The Idea Village
Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and
St. Bernard
$500,000
8
Jefferson Parish Economic
Development Commission
Jefferson
$2 million
9 TEDA
Terrebonne, LaFourche
$1.5 million
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Innovation Awards
Grantee
Parishes Served Include Amount
10 Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations
Orleans
$200,000
11 LSU/LA Business & Technology Center
St. Tammany
$243,300
12 New Orleans BioInnovation Center
Orleans
$2.5 million
13 Operation Hope
Orleans
$500,000
14 Regional Loan Corporation
Orleans, Jefferson, St.
Tammany and St. Bernard
$2 million
15 Social Entrepreneurs of New Orleans
Orleans
$230,000
16 South Central Planning & Development Commission Jefferson
$1 million
17 Vietnamese Initiatives in Economic Training
Orleans and Jefferson
$300,000
18 Urban Entrepreneur Partnership
Orleans, Jefferson, St.
Tammany and St. Bernard
$500,000
19 CENLA
Rapides
$500,000
20 SWLA
Calcasieu, Cameron
$500,000
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