I also deleted a prior reference to two sessions at each site, as seating will be limited at the morning sessions that will be focused on industry types.
HERE is my 5 page scan of the Hardest Hit documents distributed at the Friday May 7th State Housing Council meeting. I assume a variation of these materials and some additions will be use for the HH briefing sessions scheduled to start in Medford on Monday May 10th.
- Several OHCS staffers had a conference call scheduled with Treasury at 11 AM, I left before Council received any feedback on the call.
- Schedule in package does not include any review of application package by State Housing Council; there are dates for legislative review built into the schedule.
- During briefing OHCS staff indicated they are exploring using existing (dormant?) non profit in lieu of forming a new non profit to be the "eligible entity" to receive Hardest Hit funding.
- In quick look at allocations for programs I did not see a breakout for contingency. (Although I expect that Oregon will have substantially ability to reprogram as necessary).