State of South Carolina consolidated plan for housing and community development : annual action plan  

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South Carolina Department of Commerce. Grants Administration
United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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2022-01-10
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Housing policy--South Carolina , Housing--South Carolina--Planning , Community development--South Carolina--Planning , Block grants--South Carolina , Economic assistance, Domestic--South Carolina
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2022 Annual Action Plan Program Year : April 1, 2022‐ March 31, 2023
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The South Carolina 2022 Annual Action Plan falls under the 2021‐2025 State Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development. This 2022 Plan represents the second annual plan under the 2021‐2025 five-year plan, and it encompasses the five regular programs annually funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), the National Housing Trust Fund Program (NHTF), the Emergency Solutions Grants Program (ESG), and the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA). The new HOME American Rescue Plan (ARP) is also included but will have its own Allocation Plan and will be added to the Consolidated Plan via amendment to the 2021 Action Plan. Beginning with the 2021‐2025 Consolidated Plan, the State’s CDBG‐DR disaster and CDBG‐MIT hazard mitigation grants that will be implemented during the plan period are also included in summary form. For the 2022 Plan year, April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023. South Carolina estimates it will receive funding level with last year or $33 million for CDBG, HOME, ESG and HOPWA, plus $7.8 million for NHTF. Method of distribution for each program is based on this estimate, and in the Method of Distribution section, each program has identified how the funding allocations amongst programs/activities will be revised when actual allocations are announced.
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