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 Budgetary Direct Appropriations              





 EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF COMMUNITIES AND DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION   

 3000-0100 For the administration of the executive office of           5,214,320     5,198,796

           communities and development; provided, that said       

           administrative expenses shall include four hundred     

           thousand dollars for the purposes of the municipal     

           assistance program to qualify for grant funding under  

           Title I of the federal Housing and Community           

           Development Act, the so-called small cities match      





 LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM                            

 3000-9316                                                               150,000              





 FEDERALLY AIDED URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS                           

 3022-9101 For federally aided urban renewal projects; provided,          97,874        97,874

           that no new contracts shall be entered into in fiscal  

           year nineteen hundred and ninety-six                   



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 NON-FEDERALLY AIDED URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS                       

 3022-9102 For non-federally aided urban renewal projects;               279,275       191,145

           provided, that no new contracts shall be entered into  

           in fiscal year nineteen hundred and ninety-six         



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 URBAN REVITALIZATION DEVELOPMENT GRANTS                          

 3022-9108 For grants for urban revitalization and development,        2,323,500     2,323,500

           for projects authorized pursuant to section fifty-four 

           of chapter one hundred and twenty-one B of the General 

           Laws; provided, that notwithstanding the provisions of 

           section fifty-three or fifty-seven of said chapter one 

           hundred and twenty-one B to the contrary, such funds   

           may be provided to any agency of a city or town        

           designated by the chief executive officer to act on    

           behalf of the city or town; and provided further, that 

           no new commitments shall be entered into in fiscal year

           nineteen hundred and ninety-six                        



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS                 

 3100-0200 For municipal assistance management incentive grants,       1,426,874     1,426,874

           technical assistance and training for municipal        

           governments to provide cost-effective and efficient    

           delivery of local services, including regionalization  

           of services; provided, that such incentive grants may  

           be utilized for the purchase of hardware and equipment;

           provided further, that funds appropriated herein may be

           provided in advance                                    



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 

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 COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                           

 3143-2027 For a community economic development program; provided,       700,000       700,000

           that contracts may be awarded to community-based       

           organizations; and provided further, that a portion of 

           the amount appropriated herein may be expended for the 

           provision of technical assistance to such organizations



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 HOUSING SERVICES - NEIGHBORHOOD ANTI-POVERTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

 3143-3036 For a housing services program to provide assistance          265,000       265,000

           through community-based organizations to low-income    

           tenants in privately owned housing, and to landlords,  

           to maintain and secure decent and affordable shelter   

           within the private housing stock                       





 URBAN INITIATIVE FUND - LOAN AND GRANT PROGRAM FOR INNER CITY    

 NEIGHBORHOODS                                                    

 3144-0002                                                             3,045,000              





 BOSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY TENANT SERVICES - WEST BROADWAY         

 3144-0003 For the Boston housing authority for a program to              76,000        76,000

           provide certain tenant services for the West Broadway  

           housing authority task force                           



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 SUBSIDIES TO HOUSING AUTHORITIES FOR OPERATING EXPENSES          

 3222-9005 For a program of housing subsidies to provide payments     20,632,000    23,132,000

           to housing authorities and non-profit organizations    

           operating family housing for deficiencies caused by    

           certain reduced rentals in housing for the elderly,    

           handicapped, veterans and relocated persons pursuant to

           sections thirty-two and forty of chapter one hundred   

           and twenty-one B of the General Laws; provided, that   

           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law or regulation to the contrary, all housing 

           authorities operating elderly public housing are       

           authorized and directed to offer first preference for  

           elderly public housing units which are vacant as of the

           effective date of this act, and thereafter, to those   

           persons sixty-two years of age or older on June        

           thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ninety-five, then      

           receiving rental assistance from the Massachusetts     

           rental voucher program; provided further, that the     

           executive office of communities and development shall  

           oversee and enforce compliance by local housing        

           authorities with said provisions, and is hereby        

           authorized to take such actions as it deems necessary, 

           including requiring regular, up-to-date reports by the 

           housing authorities and nonprofit organizations        

           operating such public housing, to insure such          

           compliance in a timely and equitable fashion; provided 

           further, that the executive office of communities and  

           development is hereby authorized to conduct an annual  

           verification of household income levels based upon     

           state tax returns; provided further, that as a         .


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           condition for eligibility or continued occupancy by an 

           applicant or tenant, said executive office may require 

           disclosure of social security numbers by an applicant  

           or tenant and members of the applicant’s or tenant’s   

           household for use in verification of income            

           eligibility; provided further, that said executive     

           office is hereby further authorized to consult with the

           department of revenue, the department of transitional  

           assistance, or any other state or federal agency it    

           deems necessary to conduct such income verification,   

           and that, notwithstanding the provisions of any general

           or special law to the contrary, said state agencies are

           hereby authorized and directed to consult and cooperate

           with said executive office and to furnish upon request 

           any and all information in the possession of said      

           agencies including, but not limited to, tax returns and

           applications for public assistance or financial aid;   

           provided further, that notwithstanding the provisions  

           of any general or special law to the contrary, the     

           secretary of communities and development is hereby     

           authorized and directed to enter into an interagency   

           agreement with the commissioner of revenue to utilize  

           the department of revenue’s wage reporting and bank    

           match system for the purpose of verifying the income   

           and eligibility of said households; provided further,  

           that the executive office of communities and           

           development may expend the funds appropriated herein   

           for deficiencies caused by certain reduced rentals     

           which may be anticipated in the operation of housing   

           authorities for the first quarter of the subsequent    

           fiscal year; and provided further, that no monies shall

           be expended from this item for the purpose of          

           reimbursing the debt service reserve and capital       

           reserve included in the budgets of the housing         

           authorities                                            



           Local Aid Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100.00 



 PILOT PROGRAM PROMOTING ECONOMIC DIVERSITY IN FAMILY PUBLIC      

 HOUSING                                                          

 3222-9006                                                               692,844              





 RENTAL ASSISTANCE HOUSING PROGRAM                                

 3222-9024 For a program of rental assistance for families and        54,987,512    51,332,309

           elderly persons of low income through mobile and       

           project-based vouchers; provided, that notwithstanding 

           the provisions of any general or special law to the    

           contrary, said rental assistance in the form of mobile 

           vouchers, so-called, shall be paid only to those       

           eligible households, currently holding mobile vouchers,

           so-called, that held, or were lawfully entitled to     

           hold, chapter seven hundred and seven certificates,    

           so-called, as of October thirty-first, nineteen hundred

           and ninety-two, pursuant to the chapter seven hundred  

           and seven program, so-called, and to those households  

           currently holding mobile vouchers, so-called, that     

           held, or were lawfully entitled to hold state housing  

           vouchers, so-called, as of October thirty-first,       

           nineteen hundred and ninety-two, pursuant to a program 

           of housing assistance consistent with the program      .


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           requirements established by the federal government for 

           the program authorized by Public Law 98-181, Section   

           207; provided, that there shall be no further payments 

           made under said chapter seven hundred and seven        

           program, so-called, or under said program of housing   

           assistance consistent with the requirements established

           by the federal government for the program authorized by

           Public Law 98-181, Section 207, which state program was

           known as the state housing voucher program, so-called; 

           provided further, that rental assistance shall only be 

           paid pursuant to a program known as the Massachusetts  

           rental voucher program, heretofore established by the  

           executive office of communities and development, as    

           such program may hereafter be amended; provided        

           further, that the income of said households shall in no

           event exceed two hundred percent of the federally      

           established poverty level; provided further, that the  

           executive office of communities and development is     

           hereby authorized and directed to conduct an annual    

           verification of household income levels based upon     

           state tax returns, and that said executive office is   

           hereby further authorized and directed to consult with 

           the department of revenue, the department of           

           transitional assistance, or any other state or federal 

           agency it deems necessary to conduct such income       

           verification, and that, notwithstanding the provisions 

           of any general or special law to the contrary, said    

           state agencies are hereby authorized and directed to   

           consult and cooperate with said executive office and to

           furnish any and all information in the possession of   

           said agencies including, but not limited to, tax       

           returns and applications for public assistance or      

           financial aid; provided further, that notwithstanding  

           the provisions of any general or special law to the    

           contrary, the secretary of communities and development 

           is hereby authorized and directed to enter into an     

           interagency agreement with the commissioner of revenue 

           to utilize the department of revenue's wage reporting  

           and bank match system for the purpose of verifying the 

           income and eligibility of participants and members of  

           the participants' households in the Massachusetts      

           rental voucher program; provided further, that any     

           household, in which a participant or member of a       

           participant's household in the Massachusetts rental    

           voucher program refuses to provide his or her social   

           security number for use in verifying the household's   

           income and eligibility, shall no longer be eligible for

           a voucher or to receive benefits pursuant to the       

           Massachusetts rental voucher program; provided further,

           that the secretary of communities and development, as a

           condition of continued eligibility for a voucher and   

           for voucher payments, may require disclosure of social 

           security numbers by participants and members of the    

           participants' households in the Massachusetts rental   

           voucher program for use in verification of income with 

           other agencies, departments and executive offices in   

           the commonwealth; provided further, that said vouchers 

           shall be in varying dollar amounts set by the secretary

           based upon considerations, including, but not limited  

           to, family size and composition, ranges of family      

           income and geographic location; provided further, that .


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           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law to the contrary, the use of rent surveys   

           shall not be required in determining the amounts of    

           such mobile vouchers, so-called, or such project-based 

           vouchers, so-called; provided further, that any        

           household which is proven to have caused intentional   

           damages to their rental unit in an amount exceeding two

           month’s rent during any one year lease period shall be 

           terminated from the program; provided further, that    

           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law to the contrary, a mobile voucher whose use

           is or has been discontinued shall not be reassigned at 

           any time; provided further, that an allowance not to   

           exceed fifteen dollars per voucher per month shall be  

           determined and paid by the executive office of         

           communities and development for administration of the  

           rental assistance program; provided further, that the  

           secretary of communities and development is hereby     

           authorized to expend an amount up to but not exceeding 

           six percent of the appropriation provided herein for   

           the administration of the rental voucher program;      

           provided further, that said six percent for            

           administration shall include, but not be limited to,   

           said allowance for administration which is not to      

           exceed fifteen dollars per voucher per month; provided 

           further, that said six percent shall also include, but 

           not be limited to, all expenditures which may be made  

           by the secretary of communities and development to     

           conduct or otherwise contract for rental voucher       

           program inspections; provided further, that under no   

           circumstances shall subsidies be reduced for the       

           purpose of accommodating the cost of said inspection;  

           provided further, that notwithstanding any provision of

           law to the contrary, there shall be no maximum         

           percentage applicable to the amount of income paid for 

           rent by each household holding a mobile voucher,       

           so-called, or project-based voucher, so-called, but    

           each household shall pay at least thirty percent of    

           income as rent; provided further, that payments for    

           rental assistance may be provided in advance; provided 

           further, that the executive office of communities and  

           development shall establish the amounts of the mobile  

           vouchers, so-called, and the project-based vouchers,   

           so-called, so that the appropriation herein is not     

           exceeded by payments for rental assistance,            

           administration, and other commitments; provided        

           further, that the amount of a rental assistance voucher

           payment for an eligible household shall not exceed the 

           rent less the household's minimum rent obligation;     

           provided further, that the word "rent" as used in this 

           item shall mean payments to the landlord or owner of a 

           dwelling unit pursuant to a lease or other agreement   

           for a tenant's occupancy of the dwelling unit, but     

           shall not include payments made by the tenant          

           separately for the cost of heat, cooking fuel, and     

           electricity; provided further, that upon vacancy of a  

           project-based dwelling unit, households holding mobile 

           vouchers, so-called, shall have priority for occupancy 

           of said project-based dwelling units; provided further,

           that the executive office of communities and           

           development may impose certain obligations for each    .


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           participant in the Massachusetts rental voucher program

           through a twelve month contract executed by the        

           participant and the executive office; provided further,

           that such obligations may include, but need not be     

           limited to, job training, counseling, household        

           budgeting, and education, to the extent that           

           appropriate programs, as defined in regulations        

           promulgated by the executive office of communities and 

           development, are available; provided further, that to  

           the extent that any such obligation is imposed, a      

           participant shall be required to undertake and meet    

           such obligation as a condition for continued           

           eligibility in the program; provided further, that any 

           participant who is over the age of sixty-two years or  

           who is handicapped may be exempted from any obligations

           unsuitable under his or her particular circumstances;  

           and provided further, that the executive office of     

           communities and development shall submit an annual     

           report to the state budget director, the secretary of  

           administration and finance, and the house and senate   

           committees on ways and means detailing expenditures,   

           the number of outstanding rental vouchers, and the     

           number and types of units leased                       





 RENTAL ASSISTANCE VOUCHERS FOR DISABLED                          

 3222-9030 For a rental assistance pilot program for low-income          666,667     4,000,000

           persons who receive services from the department of    

           mental health; provided, that no services shall be paid

           out of the funds made available herein; provided       

           further, that the secretary of communities and         

           development is hereby authorized to expend an amount   

           for administration of the pilot program up to but not  

           to exceed six and one-half percent of the appropriation

           provided herein; provided further, that the executive  

           office of communities and development shall submit a   

           quarterly report to the state budget director, the     

           secretary of administration and finance, and the house 

           and senate committees on ways and means detailing      

           expenditures and the number of rental assistance       

           certificates issued or reissued                        





 HOUSING NEEDS STUDY                                              

 3222-9031                                                                70,000              





 RENTAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ACTION LOAN PROGRAM                   

 3322-8878 For rental housing development action loans, so-called;     2,690,801     2,639,186

           provided, that notwithstanding any general or special  

           law to the contrary, no new commitments, contracts, or 

           modifications of existing contracts shall be entered   

           into during fiscal year nineteen hundred and ninety-six

           or any subsequent fiscal year; and provided further,   

           that the secretary of communities and development is   

           hereby authorized and directed to review all amounts   

           disbursed through this program in the five fiscal years

           previous to the effective date of this act and to      

           recover all excess funds disbursed                     



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 STATE HOUSING ASSISTANCE FOR RENTAL PRODUCTION                   

 3322-9027 For the state housing assistance for rental production     30,106,555    30,106,555

           (SHARP) program, for contracts with sponsors of rental 

           housing projects, financed through the Massachusetts   

           Housing Finance Agency established pursuant to chapter 

           seven hundred and eight of the acts of nineteen hundred

           and sixty-six, in the form of a loan by the            

           commonwealth to facilitate the construction or         

           rehabilitation of rental housing projects pursuant to  

           the provisions of section seven of chapter five hundred

           and seventy-four of the acts of nineteen hundred and   

           eighty-three; provided, that notwithstanding the       

           provisions of section twenty-seven of chapter          

           twenty-three B or sections twenty-six and twenty-seven 

           of chapter twenty-nine of the General Laws to the      

           contrary, the executive office of communities and      

           development is hereby authorized to enter into such    

           contracts for terms not exceeding fifteen years with   

           annual payment obligations not to exceed thirty million

           one hundred six thousand five hundred and fifty-five   

           dollars; provided further, that notwithstanding any    

           general or special law to the contrary, no new         

           commitments, contracts, re-negotiations, modifications,

           or revisions of existing contracts resulting in an     

           increased cost shall be entered into during fiscal year

           nineteen hundred and ninety-six for said fiscal year or

           any subsequent fiscal years; and provided further, that

           the secretary of communities and development is hereby 

           authorized and directed to review all amounts disbursed

           through this program in the five fiscal years previous 

           to the effective date of this act and to recover all   

           excess funds disbursed                                 





 MASSACHUSETTS HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY INTEREST SUBSIDY            

 3322-9201 For interest subsidies designed to assist the private       8,245,955     8,245,955

           development of affordable housing; provided, that      

           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law to the contrary, no new commitments shall  

           be entered into during fiscal year nineteen hundred and

           ninety-six for said fiscal year or any subsequent      

           fiscal years                                           





 SERVICE AND SECURITY COODINATORS AT PUBLIC HOUSING               

 3424-4314 For the expenses of a mixed population housing service        500,000     1,500,000

           coordinator pilot program to assist residents in       

           housing for the elderly and handicapped; provided, that

           funds made available herein shall pay for service      

           coordinator positions, so-called, and any associated   

           programmatic costs                                     





 LOWELL SQUARE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN BOSTON                      

 3711-9111                                                               675,000              



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 ENERGY ASSISTANCE AND WEATHERIZATION                             

 3745-1000 For the expenses of the one and two-person program,                       1,000,000

           so-called, for elders and families whose income is in  

           excess of one hundred and fifty percent of the federal 

           poverty level, but not more than one hundred and       

           seventy-five percent of said level, and for a program  

           of supplemental energy assistance for low-income elders

           and families to be administered in accordance with the 

           Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act of nineteen      

           hundred and eighty-one, as amended; provided, that     

           notwithstanding the provisions of any general or       

           special law to the contrary, funds expended for said   

           one and two-person program and for said program of     

           supplemental energy assistance for low-income elders   

           and families shall not be subject to federal           

           reimbursement                                          





 OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS                                         

 3747-0001 For the Indian affairs program                                 68,089        67,927





 LOAN PROGRAM FOR LEAD PAINT ABATEMENT                            

 3799-1966 For the loan program pursuant to section one hundred        1,250,000     2,000,000

           and ninety-seven E of chapter one hundred and eleven of

           the General Laws, as amended, for lead abatement       

           throughout the commonwealth; provided, that the terms  

           and conditions of such loans will be based on an income

           level criteria and include terms and plans that allow  

           low and moderate-income individuals to defer loan      

           repayment until transfer of the property; and provided 

           further, that funds made available herein shall be     

           administered by the executive office of communities and

           development in consultation with the department of     

           public health                                          





 Budgetary Retained Revenues                  





 LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM                            

 3000-9315 For low-income housing tax credits; provided, that the        300,000       448,685

           executive office of communities and development may    

           expend an amount not to exceed four hundred forty-eight

           thousand six hundred and eighty-five dollars accrued   

           from fees collected for the regulation of TELLER,      

           so-called, projects undertaken pursuant to paragraph   

           (m) of section twenty-six of chapter one hundred and   

           twenty-one B of the General Laws, from fees collected  

           pursuant to the local initiative program, from fees    

           collected pursuant to Executive Order No. 291,         

           pertaining to low-income housing tax credits, and from 

           fees collected pursuant to the rental housing          

           development action loan program, for the costs of      

           administering and monitoring said programs; provided,  

           that for the purposes of accommodating discrepancies   

           between the receipt of retained revenues and related   

           expenditures, the executive office of communities and  

           development may incur expenses and the comptroller may .


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           certify for payment amounts not to exceed the lower of 

           this authorization or the most recent revenue estimate 

           therefor as reported in the state accounting system    





 "COMMUNITY PROFILES" PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION                   

 3000-9320 The executive office of communities and development may        20,000        20,000

           expend an amount not to exceed twenty thousand dollars 

           accrued from fees collected for the printing and       

           distribution costs of “Community Profiles” to support  

           the production of said “Community Profiles”; provided  

           further, that notwithstanding the provisions of any    

           general or special law to the contrary, the executive  

           office of communities and development is hereby        

           authorized to establish a fee sufficient to cover the  

           costs of printing and distributing said “Community     

           Profiles”                                              





 Federal Grant Spending                       





 LEAD PAINT ABATEMENT                                             

 3700-0300 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      2,720,197     3,228,000

           Lead Paint Abatement                                   





 SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM                         

 3722-9011 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      2,690,000     2,690,000

           Supportive Housing Demonstration Program               





 SECTION 8 EXISTING PROGRAM                                       

 3722-9013 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,     64,842,191    66,200,000

           Section 8 Existing Program; provided, that the         

           executive office of communities and development may    

           provide monthly payments in advance to participating   

           agencies                                               





 FEDERAL HOUSING VOUCHER PROGRAM                                  

 3722-9014 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,     16,417,962    17,252,000

           Federal Housing Voucher Program; provided, that the    

           executive office of communities and development may    

           provide monthly payments in advance to participating   

           agencies                                               





 SECTION 8 MODERATE REHABILITATION PROGRAM                        

 3722-9019 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,     17,434,225    18,700,000

           Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Program; provided,   

           that the executive office of communities and           

           development may provide monthly payments in advance to 

           participating agencies                                 





 SECTION 8 NEW CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM                               

 3722-9020 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      3,700,085     3,921,399

           Section 8 New Construction Program                     



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 HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS                                     

 3722-9028 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      7,000,000     5,000,000

           Home Investment Partnerships; provided, that consistent

           with applicable federal regulations and the state plan,

           the executive office of communities and development may

           provide monthly payments in advance to participating   

           agencies                                               





 SHELTER PLUS CARE - LOWELL                                       

 3722-9051 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        513,600       102,720

           Shelter Plus Care - Lowell; provided, that consistent  

           with applicable federal regulations and the state plan,

           the executive office of communities and development may

           provide monthly payments in advance to participating   

           agencies                                               





 SHELTER PLUS CARE - BOSTON                                       

 3722-9052 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      5,083,260     2,033,300

           Shelter Plus Care - Boston; provided, that consistent  

           with applicable federal regulations and the state plan,

           the executive office of communities and development may

           provide monthly payments in advance to participating   

           agencies                                               





 SHELTER PLUS CARE - SOUTHBRIDGE                                  

 3722-9053 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        836,400       334,560

           Shelter Plus Care - Southbridge; provided, that        

           consistent with applicable federal regulations and the 

           state plan, the executive office of communities and    

           development may provide monthly payments in advance to 

           participating agencies                                 





 SHELTER PLUS CARE - NEW BEDFORD                                  

 3722-9054 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        573,300       229,320

           Shelter Plus Care - New Bedford; provided, that        

           consistent with applicable federal regulations and the 

           state plan, the executive office of communities and    

           development may provide monthly payments in advance to 

           participating agencies                                 





 SMALL CITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT                   

 3724-3037 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,     26,000,000    33,000,000

           Small Cities Community Development Block Grant;        

           provided, that consistent with applicable federal      

           regulations and the state plan, the executive office of

           communities and development may provide monthly        

           payments in advance to participating agencies          





 ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIPS IN ECONOMICALLY TROUBLED AREAS CDBG        

 3724-3043 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        111,531        20,000

           Economic Partnerships in Economically Troubled Areas   

           CDBG                                                   

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 RURAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                                        

 3724-3050 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        115,120       120,000

           Rural Development Council                              





 SECTION 8 SUBSTANTIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM                     

 3724-9009 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      5,106,511     5,325,030

           Section 8 Substantial Rehabilitation Program           





 WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE FOR LOW-INCOME PERSONS                 

 3743-2030 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      6,105,159     5,918,105

           Weatherization Assistance for Low-Income Persons;      

           provided, that consistent with applicable federal      

           regulations and the state plan, the executive office of

           communities and development may provide monthly        

           payments in advance to participating agencies          





 LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                        

 3743-2033 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,     54,600,000    54,000,000

           Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program; provided,   

           that consistent with applicable federal regulations and

           the state plan, the executive office of communities and

           development may provide monthly payments in advance to 

           participating agencies                                 





 COMMUNITY SERVICE BLOCK GRANT                                    

 3743-2034 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,      9,782,720     9,700,000

           Community Service Block Grant; provided, that          

           consistent with applicable federal regulations and the 

           state plan, the executive office of communities and    

           development may provide monthly payments in advance to 

           participating agencies                                 





 EMERGENCY FEDERAL JOBS BILL - COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT     

 3743-2035                                                                33,491              





 EMERGENCY COMMUNITY SERVICES HOMELESS PROGRAM                    

 3743-2050 For the purposes of a federally funded grant entitled,        510,000       504,813

           Emergency Community Services Homeless Program;         

           provided, that consistent with applicable federal      

           regulations and the state plan, the executive office of

           communities and development may provide monthly        

           payments in advance to participating agencies          





 Trust & Other Spending                       





 3724-3041                                                             1,600,000     1,600,000





 3743-2059                                                                 6,000        50,000



.


                                                                               

                   Executive Office of Communities and Development             

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                                                                       Projected   Recommended

                                                                            FY95          FY96



 3770-6640                                                               787,900       787,900





 3770-6700                                                                17,232        17,232




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