The Texas General Land Office plans to strip Houston from having control of $1.2 billion in Harvey housing aid, saying the city “hindered” recovery efforts.
HOUSTON – The Texas General Land Office is planning to eliminate the city of Houston’s control of funding for Hurricane Harvey housing relief. In a letter sent to Mayor Sylvester Turner …
George P. Bush, commissioner of the General Land Office, stands with Mayor Sylvester Turner as he discusses long-term Hurricane Harvey recovery funds during a news conference at Houston City Hall
Oct 09, 2019 · harvey Houston got $1.3B to help people after Harvey, thousands are still waiting for their piece of it. … The City of Houston‘s goal is to tackle 200 homes each month for the next three years …
The Harvey Homeowner Assistance Program run by the City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department will help homeowners rebuild after the disaster. Of the $1.27 billion allocated to the City of Houston to rebuild from Hurricane Harvey, over a third will go to the Harvey Homeowner Assistance Program. Still, these funds are limited.
Draft Guidelines for Proposed Programs: Hurricane Harvey The City of Houston will receive $1,175,954,338 in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds for assisting in long-term housing recovery from Hurricane Harvey. To receive this funding, the City must submit guidelines to the Texas General Land Office for approval