2010-01-19 10:00 AM - Commissioners' Agenda
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Request to Approve a Resolution for Certification of Compliance for the CDBG Public Service Grant Application
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />COUNTY OF KITIITAS <br />STATE OF WASHINGTON <br />RES 0 LUTIO!,! <br />NO. 2010------...:;t2_~..L_ <br />CERTIFICATIONS OF COMPLIANCE <br />FOR CDBG PUBLIC SERVICES GRANT ONLY <br />WHEREAS, Kittitas County is applying to the state Department of Commerce for funding <br />assistance; <br />WHEREAS, it is necessary that certain conditions be met as part of the application requirements; <br />WHEREAS, Mark McClain, Chairman is authorized to submit this application to the state of <br />Washington on behalf of Kittitas County; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Kittitas County authorizes submission of this <br />application to the state Department of Commerce to request $10'/',965.00 to fund public service <br />activities in coordination with HopeSource, and certifies that, if funded, it: <br />Will comply with applicable provisions of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act <br />of 1974, as amended and other applicable state and federal laws; <br />Has provided opportunities for citizen participation comparable to the state's requirements (those <br />described in Section 104(a)(2)(3) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as <br />amended); has complied with all public hearing requirements and provided citizens, especially <br />low-and moderate-income persons, vvith reasonable advance notice of, and the opportunity to <br />present their views during the assessment of community development and housing needs, during <br />the review of available funding and eligible activities, and on the proposed activities; <br />Has provided technical assistance to citizens and groups representative of low-and moderate- <br />income persons that request assistance in developing proposals; <br />Will provide opportunities for citizens to review and comment on proposed changes in the funded <br />project and program performance; <br />Will not use assessments against properties owned and occupied by low-and moderate-income <br />persons or charge user fees to recover the capital costs of CDBG-funded public improvements from <br />low-and moderate-income owner-occupants; <br />Will establish a plan to minimize displacement as a result of activities assisted vvith CDBG funds; <br />and assist persons actually displaced as a result of such activities, as provided in the Uniform <br />Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended; <br />Will conduct and administer its program in conformance vvith Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of <br />1964 and the Fair Housing Act, will affirmatively further fair housing (Title VIII of the Civil Rights <br />Act of 1968); has adopted (or will adopt) and enforce a policy prohibiting the use of excessive force <br />by law enforcement agencies within its jurisdiction against any individuals engaged in nonviolent
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