PUBLIC COMMENT INVITED
HHA PROPOSED NEW PUBLIC HOUSING UTILITY ALLOWANCES AND HCV PROGRAM PAYMENT STANDARDS
Helena Housing Authority (HHA) Board of Commissioners invites public comment regarding the adoption of new public housing program utility allowances, and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program payment standards. We welcome your comments and participation in this public process.
The proposed changes will be discussed with the HHA Resident Management Council at their November 19, 2018 6:00 p.m. meeting at the HHA ME Anderson Building, 100 S. Warren Street.
A public meeting of the HHA Board of Commissioners to review and take final action regarding these changes will be held on December 18, 2018 at 4:15 p.m. at 812 Abbey Street.
Public comment on the proposed changes will be welcome at the meeting. Written comments on the proposed changes will be received through December 13, 2018 at 4:30 PM at the HHA Administrative Office at 812 Abbey Street, Helena, MT, or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you have questions, or you are a person with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to participate in this process, please contact Michael O’Neil, Executive Director at HHA at (406) 442-7970 (TTY: (800) 253-4091 or 711) or email: email@example.com .
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Helena Housing Authority Board of Commissioners Approve Units for Methamphetamine Remediation and for EPA Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership Cost Reimbursement
Helena Housing Authority (HHA) Board of Commissioners reviewed and approved at their public board meeting November 9, 2017 the following residential units for methamphetamine remediation. The Board authorized that the remediation costs for these units be submitted by HHA for reimbursement through the Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project EPA Brownfield grant.
The following Helena Housing Authority low rent public housing units have tested positive for methamphetamine residue at or above 0.1 micrograms (100 nanograms) lower limit of identification (LLOI) per 100 square centimeters of the tested surface material in the unit and will be remediated: unit 60 (309 Rodney Street), unit 29 (1012 Cannon Street), unit 605 (2417 Beltview Drive), unit 324 (936 N. Cooke Street), unit 201 (807 Abbey Street); and unit 406 (917 N. Cooke Street). The costs of remediating these units will be submitted to Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project EPA Brownfield grant for reimbursement.
The EPA Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project grant helps offset a significant portion of the remediation costs on a 50% grant/50% loan arrangement funded through the grant. The EPA Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project lead agency grantee is Snowy Mountain Development Corporation (SMDC) which administers the grant along with administrative support through the Montana Business Assistance Connection (MBAC). HHA is a sub-grantee of the EPA Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project.
The HHA Board’s public review and approval at the their November 9 Board of Commissioners meeting, and this notice is made as part of HHA’s public outreach in keeping with the requirements of the EPA Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project grant funding.
For more information regarding HHA’s remediation activities and/or the Central Montana Brownfield Grant Partnership project EPA Brownfield grant please contact: Michael M. O’Neil, Executive Director, Helena Housing Authority at (406) 442-7970 ext. 124.