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April 8, 2020

Tag: community development block grant

Meeting preview: Supes to discuss CDBG concerns Tuesday

San Benito County Supervisors will discuss a plan of action to persuade the state to allow them to apply for a community development block grant in this year despite a new rule that essential makes the county ineligible in 2013 at a Tuesday supervisors’ meeting at 9 a.m.

Public comment: Residents talk Clear Creek, CDBG grant and more

At Tuesday's San Benito County Board of Supervisors a handful of residents talked about items not on the agenda. One called for the supervisors to work with Congressman Sam Farr on reopening Clear Creek. Another talked about "new" revenue for San Benito County in the form of unclaimed property held at the state controller's office. Others talked about the importance of the CDBG grant funding and remembered 9/11 on the 11th anniversary of the tragedy.

Jazz Under the Stars is on the horizon

If you’re looking to enjoy a night of relaxing music, food and wine – while giving back to the needy – the seventh annual Jazz Under the Stars event is around the corner.

State reversal: County eligible for block grant

San Benito County's 2012 Community Development Block Grant application has been deemed eligible for a review a month after the state's Department of Housing and Community Development first deemed it in ineligible.

Grant, shelter funds in jeopardy

Change to state requirement may make San Benito County ineligible to receive funding

Federal grant application near completion

CDBG funding request will provide shelter, job training

Probation program encourages reading with children

Program encourages probationers to read with their children