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NOTICE OF INTENTION

Clackamas County intends to amend the Consolidated Plan in the following manner:

Program Year 2012-2013 (2012 Action Plan)

Avalon House – Resident Manager – Avalon House is a 6 bedroom facility that provides permanent, drug free housing for homeless women and/or women with children, who are involved with the Clackamas County Treatment Courts, a system of three courts – Drug Court, Family Court and Mental Health Court.  The majority of the residents are with the Clackamas County Drug Court or the Family Court.  CDBG funds will be used to fund the Resident Manager position for up to 12 months.  The Resident Manger provides residential supervision, support and informal case management to the residents.  This is intended as interim funding to allow the program time to reassess its business model and to secure new permanent financing.  $36,000 of CDBG funds will be reprogrammed from the Contingency Fund.  This is a new activity.

For additional information, or to submit comments on the proposed amendment, contact Chuck Robbins at the Clackamas County Community Development Division (503-655-8591), Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road – Suite 245, Oregon City, Oregon, 97045.  Comments will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Monday February 25, 2013.
Publish 01/23/2013.                                            CLK12726, LOR12892

Consolidated Plan Ammendment

Clackamas County intends to amend the Consolidated Plan in the following manner:

Program Year 2010-20101 (2010 Action Plan)

1. Haven House Purchase and Rehabilitation – In 2000 Clackamas County Community Development purchased a property with the intent of creating a second shelter for domestic violence survivors.  The property required extensive rehabilitation.  These funds were provided in part by Clackamas Women’s Services (CWS).  CWS finds that they are unable to continue to operate this 2nd shelter.  Clackamas County has agreed to reimburse CWS for those expenses that added to the increased value of the property.  CWS will be reimbursed with Community Development Block Grants up to a maximum of $171,028.14.    A total of $175,000 to cover repair and administrative costs will be reprogrammed from contingency funds into this project.  This is a new activity.
For additional information, or to submit comments on the proposed amendment, contact Chuck Robbins at the Clackamas County Community Development Division (503-655-8591), Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road – Suite 245, Oregon City, Oregon, 97045.  Comments will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Monday, November 22, 2010.
Publish 10/21/2010.                            LOR12638