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- API data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2016-09-13T01:08:55.000Z
In April 2013, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved an allocation, through a "Notice of Funding Availability" (NOFA) process, of approximately $13.4 million of unrestricted General Funds for affordable housing purposes. These funds were derived from a one-time distribution of Housing Trust Funds held by former redevelopment agencies in San Mateo County. These unrestricted general funds - which initiated the County's Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) - were set aside to provide financial assistance for the development of multifamily affordable rental housing and provision of emergency and transitional shelter in the County. The Board directed the County's Department of Housing to develop allocation guidelines and recommend projects for funding. As of May 2014, approximately $13.2 million of AHF funds have been allocated, collectively, to six multifamily affordable rental housing developments and four emergency and transitional housing projects ("AHF 1.0"). On August 5, 2014, the County Board of Supervisors authorized the Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo to publish another NOFA, using funds from the Housing Authority's Housing Assistance Program (HAP) Reserves to create affordable housing options for low-, very low-, and extremely low-income households. A total of $5 million was awarded to five projects, including three multifamily affordable housing rental developments, a homeownership project, and a farmworker housing program. This became the second funding round of the AHF ("AHF 2.0").
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2017-05-13T20:14:40.000Z
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- API data.navigationdatacenter.us | Last Updated 2017-08-16T14:54:38.000Z
<b>Dollars, Number of Contracts and Cubic Yards by Type of Material Disposal and Fiscal Year</b> Fiscal Year = 1 October to 30 September <p><b>Material Disposal</b> - manner in which dredge material is placed.<br> <b>Beach Nourishment</b> - beach restoration in which hydraulically pumped dredge material is<br> directly placed onto an eroded beach.<br> <b>Confined</b> - placement of dredged material within diked nearshore or upland confined placement<BR> facilities that enclose and isolate the dredged material from adjacent waters.<br> <b>Mixed</b> - dredging operation that uses more than one dredged material placement alternative.<br> <b>Overboard & Open Water</b> - placement of dredged material in rivers, lakes, estuaries, or oceans<BR> via pipeline or surface release from hopper dredges.<br> <b>Open Water & Upland</b> - combination of open water and upland placement of dredged material.<br> <b>Upland & Beach Nourishment</b> - combination of upland placement and beach nourishment using<BR> dredged material.<br> <b>Upland</b> - placement of dredge material on land above adjacent water surface elevation.<br> <b>Wetland Creation or Nourishment</b> - wetland restoration in which hydraulically pumped dredge material<BR> is directly placed in a wetland area.<br> <b>Undefined</b> - undefined or unknown at the time of data entry.</p>
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2014-09-15T21:37:59.000Z
- API data.topeka.org | Last Updated 2015-05-29T12:53:21.000Z
The City of Topeka is committed to keeping roadways clear and safe during wintery weather events. Because there are over 1500 lane miles of roadway in Topeka, our response is prioritized. First, we clear and treat Emergency Routes (orange lines), which are the most traveled streets known as major arterials. Second, we work Primary Plow/Treatment Routes (blue lines), which are well-traveled collector streets which feed into major arterials. Third, we work Secondary Plow/Treatment Routes (yellow lines), which are less traveled collector streets. Lastly we work the remaining local (residential) streets that are not worked in one of the other phases if warranted. A one-time pass, treating all arterial and collector streets, can take as little as 24 hours or as long as 56 hours if it is a heavy, prolonged snow or ice event.
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2014-09-15T21:38:01.000Z
A list of expenditures for Malheur Educational Service District for Fiscal Year 2013
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2014-12-29T05:58:40.000Z
Contracts: ESD: Lane ESD: Fiscal Year 2014
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2016-08-29T03:21:26.000Z
This dataset includes all public meetings that were posted to the Transparency website by State of Oregon agencies, boards, commissions and ESD's from October 1. 2013 through December 31, 2013. The meetings are sorted by name of agency, board, commission or ESD.
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2017-07-20T21:08:10.000Z
This is a composite listing of expenditure data from all ESD's per SB250 for Fiscal Year 2016. For more information go to: <a href="http://www.oregon.gov/transparency/Pages/ESDTransparency.aspx" target="_blank" rel="nofollow external">http://www.oregon.gov/transparency/Pages/ESDTransparency.aspx</a>
- API data.texas.gov | Last Updated 2017-05-08T14:26:50.000Z
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