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These changes must be submitted in writing; mail your changes to:
Housing Authority of Prince George's County9200 Basil CourtIntake UnitLargo MD, 20774
A new public service has a poor chance of being funded. Only 15% of the County's CDBG funds can go to public services. For a new project to be funded, an existing project has to give up funding. This is not likely to happen.
All items should be delivered to the address listed below:
County Administration BuildingOffice of Management and Budget, Suite 3000 Attention: Grants Manager14741 Governor Oden Bowie DriveUpper Marlboro, MD 20772
• The memorandum of understanding or the contract between the organization and the fiscal agent/sponsor.• Page one of the FY 2017 Community Partnership Grant Application Face Sheet completed by the fiscal agent/sponsor.• Organizational budget and audited financial statement from the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor.• Proof of IRS Federal tax exempt status for the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor• Board of Directors list for the fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor.
The Executive Review Panel will convene to review and evaluate proposal submissions. Consideration for award recommendations and final decisions may include, but are not limited to, support of underserved populations, geographic diversity, Administration’s strategic priorities and past performance. Awards are subject to funding availability.
State of Maryland: www.dat.state.md.us Select “Online Services” then select “Certificate of Status”
District of Columbia: www.otr.cfo.dc.gov Select “Business Tax” then select “Certificate of Clean Hands”
Commonwealth of Virginia: www.scc.Virginia.gov//clk then select: SCC eFile
For the purpose of this application, please submit the correct document, as in our pictorial example.
Approximately $7 million to $11 million will be available each fiscal year. This will ensure that the Council has an opportunity to review the status of the program before additional funds can be spent.
In addition, awards will be subject to audits, compliance review, and numerous other levels of oversight to assure accountability.
Audits of businesses receiving aid will ensure that we have the necessary information to make changes to the terms of an agreement or to penalize a non performing recipient.
In the United States, people are more likely to get infected with Enteroviruses in the summer and fall.
Children with asthma may have a higher risk for severe respiratory illness caused by Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) infection.
The Center for Disease Control recommends that clinicians only consider EV-D68 testing for patients with severe respiratory illness and when the cause is unclear. Clinicians should contact their local health department for guidance.
Some people with severe respiratory illness may need to be hospitalized.
• Preparation of “cottage foods” & their sale at farmers markets and temporary events.• Bed & Breakfast operation: defined as eight rooms or fewer for rent, is not required to have a food service permit if food is limited to only “continental breakfast.” Refer to COMAR 10.15.03.02(16)(a),(b),(c). Note: This also will require a single family rental license for your home. The rental license can be obtained from our website. Link to Comar
If the County holiday falls during the week of regular trash and recycling collection ( Tuesday - Friday), all collections scheduled on or after the holiday will slide by one day later in the week. For more information, please refer to the Waste Collection Schedule or contact CountyClick 3-1-1.
The June 18 surge is a line segment shutdown between Eastern Market to Minnesota Avenue/Benning Road Metro Stations. WMATA will be providing Free Bus Shuttle service between Eastern Market and Minnesota/Benning Road with stops at Stadium-Armory and Potomac Avenue. Since the June 18 surge project will impact approximately 293,000 peak trips, we encourage residents to avoid using MetroRail and seek travel alternatives, including local bus, regional commuter service, and carpools and take advantage of flex time, alternative work schedules and teleworking, if available. If you must use the MetroRail system, then plan ahead to account for reduced train service and traveling on WMATA’s shuttles between the shutdown areas. WMATA is providing parallel local bus service enhancements on the 97, T18, X9 Routes during the line segment shutdown and advising patrons to consider existing Metrobus alternatives which bypass the shutdown area, such as the 96, X2, 30N, 30S, 32, 34, and 36.Residents have an option to board a MARC train from the Bowie State and New Carrollton stops on the Penn Line or Laurel, Muirkirk, Greenbelt, College Park and Riverdale stops on the Camden Line, which provide direct commuter service to Union Station in Washington, D.C. Visit information about passenger fares and schedules. https://mta.maryland.gov/marc-train Also, residents should consider using the Green Line Stations for travel into downtown Washington, D.C. Parking is available at Greenbelt and Branch Avenue Metrorail Stations. Visit the WMATA website for more information about parking capacity and rates at each respective station. http://www.wmata.com/rail/parking/ The November surge is a continuous single tracking phase from Greenbelt to College Park. During this phase rail service will be available but the wait times will be significantly longer. We suggest visiting our Rideshare website at http://www.ridesmartsolutions.com/ for alternate travel options during the June 18th surge and single tracking projects. View the complete SafeTrack schedule
The TB clinic is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding holidays; with evening hours on Tuesdays, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. All TB Control Program services are provided by appointment only. An appointment can be made by calling 301-583-3110 (TTY/STS Dial 711 for Maryland Relay).
The Housing Authority of Prince George’s County administers the voucher and, with funds received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), pays the remainder of the rent amount directly to the landlord. The HCV recipient may use the voucher to find a unit in any part of the United States and Puerto Rico.
The waiting list will open to accept pre-applications starting Monday, October 5th, 2015 at 12:01 a.m. and close Friday, October 16th, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time). Pre-applications will be accepted online only. Pre-applications will not be accepted at the Housing Authority location, by phone, nor will they be available in paper form.
Following the closing of the pre-application registration period (Monday, October 5th, 2015 at 12:01 a.m. to Friday, October 16th, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)), pre-applications will be selected for the 2015 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Waiting List using a computerized, random selection lottery process. Once the lottery is complete, the applicants who have randomly been assigned numbers 1 - 5,000 will be placed on the HCV Waiting List. The remaining pre-applications will be rejected. Pre-applications of applicants who are not one of the 5,000 applicants selected for the waiting list shall be rejected and shall not have any further right to or entitlement to be listed on the waiting lists.
Applicants can check their status online at Wait List Check or by phone at 844-796-9874. You will need your social security number and birth date to access your status.
In the event Housing Authority Prince George's County (HAPGC) opens its waiting list in the future, all applicants who were not selected and who wish to be considered in the future must apply again in accordance with the terms outlined in such future openings of the waiting list.
After the lottery is conducted, the HAPGC will send letters to schedule interviews to the top applicants on the wait list based off the level of available funding and the turnover rate of the HCV Program. Wait List Check