UCCF 3/31/16: Community Development Block Grant program

A Presentation was made by recipients of the Community Development Block Grant program, as the County acknowledges “CD Week”:
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Then there was this resolution:

2016-252: Amending Resolution 2015-1042 adopting the 2016 Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Spending Plan, pursuant to a Request for Proposal, to amend the 2016 CSBG Spending Plan to reflect a shift in funds under account numbers only with no change in total dollars nor any other changes to terms of agreement.

which elicited these comments:

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by steve on April 10, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    Well Done Bruce——- The CD projects are well intent driven but as usual it is public funds that are just spread around and the governing bodies take credit for with the very least of over site never mind a thinking it through mentality-as with “the little children mentality” these issues are delicate and often demonize any opposition–thank you for saying what had to be said

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  2. Posted by George to the rescue on April 11, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Well said Bruce. But isn’t it a shame that these wonderful well qualified employees and new Dept Head couldn’t think of these details the way you have. They don’t care to implement new programs worthy of this money. Frankly they just don’t care as most of these wonderful employees are just political friends who got the jobs because of who they know. They just follow the easiest course. Whatever other counties are doing they get their clue. They cannot think outside their limited box

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