Office of Community Development – Disaster Recovery Unit
U pdate for the Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
July 2012
I. CDBG IMMS
As of June 30, 2012, 22,757 homeowners have received $170.4 million for Individual Mitigation
Measures through the Road Home program.
II. Road Home
As of June 30, 2012, 129,885 homeowners have received approximately $8.95 billion through the Road
Home program, including
o $939.3 million for 32,278 elevation payments and
o $2.12 billion in Additional Compensation Grants to 46,074 recipients .
Detail of Payments by Category:
Homeowner’s Grant Assistance
May 31, 2012
June 30, 2012
Total Homeowners receiving funds
129,849
129,885
Total Amount disbursed to homeowners
$8,948,929,138
$8,954,326,746
Average award amount
$68,918
$68,940
Elevation Awards
32,250
32,278
Elevation Awards Disbursed
$938,414,110
$939,272,940
Additional Compensation Recipients
46,071
46,074
Additional Compensation Disbursed
$2,115,886,002
$2,116,456,275
Benefits Calculated Without Funds Disbursed
280
231
-- Active Applications
17
21
-- IMM Only Applications
158
126
-- Transferred to Title Company
105
84
Select Committee Briefing – July 2012
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III. Small Rental
As of June 25, 2012, 4,374 property owners have received $359 million . A total of 7,981 units are
complete.
Small Rental
Property Program
Closed Loans (as of)
%
Complete
Active
Apr. 23,
2012
May 28,
2012
June 25,
2012
Properties
4,891
4,271
4,341
4,374
89.4%
Total units
9,643
7,779
7,915
7,981
82.8%
Affordable units
8,368
6,842
6,972
7,031
84%
Amount disbursed
$346M
$355M
$359M
Select Committee Briefing – July 2012
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Katrina/Rita CDBG Program Appropriations, Allocations and Expenditures for June 2012
Appropriations and Allocations Congressional Appropriations Proposed Allocations Restricted Balances
1st Appropriation
$6,210,000,000
$6,209,997,382
$2,618
2nd Appropriation
$4,200,000,000
$4,199,956,666
$43,334
3rd Appropriation
$3,000,000,000
$3,000,000,000
$0
Sum:
$13,410,000,000
$13,409,954,048
$45,952
Housing Programs
Remaining
Balances
Homeowners Assistance* $9,755,938,929 $9,662,317,991 $93,620,938 $9,499,710,400 $9,504,560,898 $4,850,498.00 $251,378,031
Small Rental Property $662,857,250 $660,719,340 $2,137,910 $495,237,089 $502,105,351 $6,868,261.68 $160,751,899
LIHTC/CDBG Piggyback^ $582,846,000 $580,654,679 $2,191,321 $489,873,138 $495,593,399 $5,720,260.85 $87,252,601
Louisiana Land Trust
Slum and Blight
Prevention
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
$216,000,000 $216,000,000
$0 $199,254,363 $202,506,571 $3,252,207.57 $13,493,429
Supportive Housing
Services
$72,730,000 $72,730,000
$0 $28,065,632 $28,065,632 $0.00 $44,664,368
Soft Seconds^
$72,600,000 $70,500,000 $2,100,000 $4,092,565 $4,789,613 $697,048.24 $67,810,387
First Time Homebuyer
Pilot Program
$48,298,000 $48,298,000
$0 $33,397,394 $33,460,302 $62,907.47 $14,837,698
Non-Profit Rebuilding
$26,000,000 $25,935,501 $64,499 $9,126,013 $9,468,710 $342,697.33 $16,531,290
Homelessness Supports
and Housing
$25,900,000 $25,900,000
$0 $19,718,628 $20,252,980 $534,351.66 $5,647,020
Housing Development
Loan Fund
$16,570,000 $10,873,963 $5,696,038 $2,531,590 $2,531,590 $0.00 $14,038,410
Building Code
Enforcement
$16,230,000 $16,220,831 $9,169 $15,920,831 $15,920,831 $0.00 $309,169
Contaminated Drywall
$5,000,000 $5,000,000
$0 $867,546 $914,100 $46,554.00 $4,085,900
Rapid Re-housing
$5,000,000 $4,430,698 $569,302 $4,335,224 $4,476,890 $141,666.76 $523,110
Plaquemines Parish
Rehabilitation
$4,000,000 $4,000,000
$0 $2,633,051 $2,645,337 $12,286.18 $1,354,663
Land Assembly
Operations
$2,070,000 $2,070,000
$0 $2,068,631 $2,068,631 $0.00 $1,369
Support to Community
Based Programs
$2,070,000 $1,740,916 $329,084 $1,552,090 $1,552,090 $0.00 $517,910
Sum: $11,514,110,179 $11,407,391,919 $106,718,260 $10,810,146,635 $10,832,675,375 $22,528,740 $683,197,255
Infrastructure Programs
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Long Term Community
Recovery
$699,157,641 $699,157,641
$0 $309,582,735 $315,276,529 $5,693,794.10 $383,881,112
Primary and Secondary
Education^
$243,750,000 $243,750,000
$0 $136,038,884 $136,655,435 $616,551.92 $107,094,565
Ratepayer Mitigation
$200,000,000 $200,000,000
$0 $200,000,000 $200,000,000 $0.00
$0
Local Government^
$179,378,488 $154,367,029 $25,011,459 $76,508,006 $77,041,331 $533,325.23 $102,337,157
Infrastructure Program
Delivery
$30,692,359 $30,692,359
$0 $23,256,129 $23,785,715 $529,586.60 $6,906,644
Fisheries Assistance
$26,515,608 $26,515,608 $0 $8,655,897 $9,417,277 $761,379.16 $17,098,331
Sum: $1,379,494,096 $1,354,482,637 $25,011,459 $754,236,304 $762,370,941 $8,134,637 $617,317,808
Economic Development Programs
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant and Admin
$165,763,972 $165,763,972
$0 $164,401,806 $164,403,234 $1,427.88 $1,360,738
Recovery Workforce
Training
$37,053,635 $37,053,635
$0 $37,053,632 $37,053,632 $0.00
$3
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant - PROP**^
$35,388,416 $24,589,356 $10,799,060 $9,147,154 $9,609,673 $462,519.03 $25,778,743
Louisiana Tourism
Marketing
$28,500,000 $28,500,000
$0 $28,425,066 $28,425,066 $0.00 $74,934
Research
Commercialization/
Educational Enhancement $28,500,000 $28,500,000
$0 $27,119,871 $27,272,721 $152,849.74 $1,227,279
Technical Assistance to
Small Firms
$9,839,634 $9,839,634
$0 $9,839,634 $9,839,634 $0.00
$0
Small Firm Recovery Loan
& Grant - Innovation $8,000,000 $8,000,000 $0 $572,803 $573,393 $589.93 $7,426,607
Louisiana Bridge Loan*** $6,563,641 $6,563,641 $0 $6,132,087 $6,132,087 $0.00 $431,554
Sum: $319,609,298 $308,810,238 $10,799,060 $284,199,426 $284,816,813 $617,387 $36,299,859
Planning and Technical Assistance
Planning and Technical
Assistance
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Planning
$15,500,000 $15,121,802 $378,198 $13,694,962 $13,718,995 $24,032.49 $1,781,005
Housing Programs
Planning and Technical
Assistance
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Environmental Clearance $6,783,475 $6,783,475
$0 $6,495,933 $6,499,680 $3,747.00 $283,795
State Technical
Assistance
$1,420,000 $1,372,517 $47,483 $582,712 $644,677 $61,965.31 $775,323
Sum: $23,703,475 $23,277,795 $425,680 $20,822,595 $20,912,340 $89,745 $2,840,123
State Administration
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State Administration**** $173,037,000 N/A
N/A
$75,028,421 $76,403,602 $1,375,180.69 $96,633,398
Total
Remaining
Balance
All Programs Total: $13,409,954,048 $13,093,962,589 $142,954,459 $11,869,404,960 $11,900,775,468 $31,370,508 $1,339,655,045
Total
Allocations
as of 6/2012
Total
Obligations
as of 6/2012
Total
Unobligated
Amounts
Total
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Total
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Total Monthly
Expenditures
*Includes $172 million not yet approved by HUD.
**$2,810,643.69 of Bridge Loan Program Income funds were expended on this program.
***Remaining balance of the Louisiana Bridge Loan Program to be used by Small Firm Recovery Loan & Grant Programs.
****Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
^All or a portion of the unobligated funds will be obligated upon approval of pending CEA/Contract/Loan Agreement/Project Application.
Report Refreshed on 7/2/12
All Programs
 
Gustav/Ike CDBG Program Allocations, Obligations, and Expenditures for June 2012
Appropriations and Allocations
Congressional Appropriation
Proposed Allocations Restricted Balances
1st Allocation
$438,223,344
$438,223,344
$0
2nd Allocation
$620,467,205
$620,467,205
$0
3rd Allocation
$34,522,022
$34,522,022
$0
Sum:
$1,093,212,571
$1,093,212,571
$0
Parish Program
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
$66,602,220
$66,602,220
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Allocation to Parishes
$562,526,122 $541,858,437
$20,667,685
$68,310,859
$1,708,639 $494,215,263
Sum:
$562,526,122 $541,858,437
$20,667,685
$68,310,859
$1,708,639 $494,215,263
Housing Programs
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
$12,911,714
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State - Affordable Rental
$50,602,543
$50,602,543
$0
$13,486,628
$574,914 $37,115,915
GI Piggyback Program
$25,000,000
$25,000,000
$0
$10,016,142
$10,710,058
$693,916 $14,289,942
Public/Supportive Housing -
State
$15,500,000
$15,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0 $15,500,000
Homelessness Prevention
$3,470,672
$2,500,000
$970,672
$797,337
$943,108
$145,771
$2,527,564
Parish - Affordable Rental
$24,000,000
$24,000,000
$0
$398,258
$410,558
$12,300 $23,589,442
Non-Profit Homeowner Rehab
$5,000,000
$0
$5,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$5,000,000
Sum:
$123,573,215 $117,602,543
$5,970,672
$24,123,451
$25,550,352
$1,426,901 $98,022,863
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Coastal Communities
Recovery
$30,398,297
$30,398,297
$0
$22,236
$23,429
$1,193 $30,374,868
Interoperable Communications
$17,099,040
$17,099,040
$0
$14,368,036
$14,368,036
$0
$2,731,004
Municipal Infrastructure
$35,000,000
$34,857,239
$142,761
$2,994,880
$3,509,043
$514,163 $31,490,957
Economic Development and
Growth Infrastructure
$80,000,000
$53,000,000
$27,000,000
$39,000,000
$39,000,000
$0 $41,000,000
State Cost-Share Reserves
$20,000,000
$0
$20,000,000
$0
$0
$0 $20,000,000
Sum:
$182,497,337 $135,354,576
$47,142,761
$56,385,152
$56,900,508
$515,356 $125,596,829
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Economic Revitalization
(Business Grant and Loan)
$47,911,890
$40,642,000
$7,269,890
$18,705,094
$25,555,190
$6,850,096 $22,356,700
Innovation Grant Program
$13,030,000
$13,030,000
$0
$701,124
$717,752
$16,628 $12,312,248
Sum:
$60,941,890
$53,672,000
$7,269,890
$19,406,218
$26,272,942
$6,866,724 $34,668,948
Agriculture
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Farm Recovery Loan and
Grant
$39,492,293
$39,492,293
$0
$38,639,505
$38,639,505
$0
$852,788
Agri-business Recovery Loan
Assistance
$9,365,431
$9,365,431
$0
$9,120,495
$9,120,495
$0
$244,936
La Critical Farm Infrastructure
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$0
$9,908,086
$9,908,086
$0
$91,914
Agriculture Administration
$908,870
$908,870
$0
$582,428
$582,428
$0
$326,442
Sum:
$59,766,594
$59,766,594
$0
$58,250,514
$58,250,514
$0
$1,516,080
Comprehensive Resiliency
Fisheries
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
$15,083,889
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Commercial Fisherman G&L
$15,228,370
$15,228,370
$0
$15,083,889
$0
$144,481
Wholesale Dealer Broker G&L
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$0
Vessel Monitoring System
$2,587,882
$1,796,975
$790,907
$0
$0
$0
$2,587,882
Sustainable Coastal
Communities
$7,925,000
$7,075,000
$850,000
$291,412
$334,019
$42,607
$7,590,981
Fisheries Technical Assistance
$125,000
$125,000
$0
$64,049
$64,049
$0
$60,951
Fishing Industry Modernization
$100,000
$100,000
$0
$85,409
$85,409
$0
$14,591
Fisheries Administration
$699,922
$699,922
$0
$457,881
$457,881
$0
$242,041
Sum:
$34,971,179
$33,330,272
$1,640,907
$24,287,645
$24,330,252
$42,607 $10,640,927
Housing Programs
Administration and Planning
Allocations as of
6/2012
Obligations as
of 6/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Comprehensive Resiliency
$13,300,000
$10,620,015
$2,679,985
$2,852,474
$3,085,918
$233,444 $10,214,082
Planning
$5,869,479
$4,675,000
$1,194,479
$715,960
$715,960
$0
$5,153,519
Administration
$49,766,755
N/A
N/A
$8,929,618
$12,498,052
$9,428,719
$499,101 $40,338,036
Sum:
$68,936,234
N/A
N/A
$13,230,597
$732,545 $55,705,637
Rental Housing
Total Allocations as
of 6/2012
Total
Obligations as
of 6/2012**
Total
Unobligated
Amount**
Total
Expenditures
thru 5/31/2012
$261,553,252
Total
Expenditures
thru 6/30/2012
Total Monthly
Expenditures
Total
Remaining
Balance
$1,093,212,571 $956,879,437
$86,566,379
$272,846,024
$11,292,772 $820,366,547
Report Refreshed on 7/2/12
** Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
7/18/2012
Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
Program Information/Updates
July 18, 2012
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Disaster Expenditures
• Louisiana has expended 89% of Katrina/Rita
grants, which is above the overall national
average of 86% for HUD K/R disaster grants
$272.8 million , or nearly 25% expended,
or nearly 25% expended
for Gustav/Ike grants
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$272 8 million
7/18/2012
Housing Programs
Homeowners Assistance
(Road Home)
128,885 homeowners have
received $8 95 billion
Small Rental
• 7,981 units have been restored
or created in 4,374 properties
Including $939.3 million for
elevations
• Includes 7,031 affordable units
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Piggyback
Katrina/Rita
Gustav/Ike
Total Projects Awarded:
58
Total Projects Awarded:
12
Projects Completed:
50
Projects Completed:
6
50
6
Units Completed:
6,405
Units Completed:
275
as of June 30, 2012
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2
received $8.95 billion
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7/18/2012
FEMA Trailer Deactivation
The last family in a trailer has
The last family in a trailer has
been permanently housed.
The last FEMA trailer in the
state was removed July 3.
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Infrastructure
as of June 30
Program
Approved
Projects
Amount
Obligated
Amount
Disbursed
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Long Term
Community Recovery
199
$699 million $315.3 million
Primary & Secondary
Education
76 $243.8 million $136.7 million
Local Government
37
$154 million
$77 million
Fisheries
23
$26.5 million
$9.4 million
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7/18/2012
Economic Development
as of June 30, 2012
Program
Allocated
Expended
Louisiana Bridge Loan
$6,563,641
$6,132,087
Small Firm Recovery Grant and Loan
$165,763,972
$164,403,234
Project‐Based Recovery Opportunity (PROP)*
$35,388,416
$9,609,673
Innovation Loan and Technical Assistance**
$8,000,000
$573,393
Technical Assistance to Small Firms
$9,839,634
$9,839,634
Recovery Workforce Training
$37,053,635
$37,053,632
Louisiana Tour i sm Marketing 
$28,500,000
$28,425,066
Research Commercialization & Educational 
Enhancement
$28,500,000
$27,272,721
Total
$319,609,298
$283,309,440
*Program initiated in 2010
**Program initiated in 2010; combines Katrina/Rita & Gustav/Ike recovery funds
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Gustav and Ike Recovery
Parish Recovery Program
as of 6/30/12
Within 53 parishes:
o 235 infrastructure, housing and economic development projects
o $541.9 million obligated
o $68.3 million expended
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7/18/2012
State-Implemented Programs
Municipalities Infrastructure Program
• $30 million awarded to 56 cities, towns and villages within 31 parishes
• $5 million obligated to coastal parishes; five awardees
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Municipalities Infrastructure Program
9
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$5 million obligated to coastal parishes; five awardees
7/18/2012
State-Implemented Programs
Comprehensive Resiliency - $10 million
Pilot Program
39 projects
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• Funds for planning projects were awarded to the following
communities:
Alexandria
Baker
Gretna
Hammond
New Orleans
Opelousas
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Pineville
Plaquemine
Scott
Slidell
Walker
Baton Rouge
Breaux Bridge
Central
Church Point
Covington
Kenner
Lafayette
Livingston
Monroe
Morgan City
10
Resiliency Assistance Program
• First regional workshop, “Building Statewide Networks,” held May 22
in Baton Rouge
• Website is in design phase; will go live in late August
• The next workshop will be held in September
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