|SARASOTA COUNTY – Group members are invited to take part within the newly-launched Resilient SRQ survey to supply suggestions for the forthcoming public motion plan and potential use of funds to assist restoration efforts countywide from the impacts of Hurricane Ian.
The survey is out there at scgov.internet/ResilientSRQ from June 2 via June 28. Paper copies are additionally obtainable at county libraries, the College of Florida’s Institute of Meals and Agricultural Sciences Extension and Sustainability Sarasota workplace, and a number of other group facilities and parks.
|Along with the survey, group members may present suggestions throughout one of many Resilient SRQ public conferences on the following areas and instances:
5:30 to 7:30 p.m., June 21, at Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library, 4143 Woodmere Park Blvd, Venice. 6 to eight p.m., June 22, at Betty J. Johnson North Sarasota Public Library, 2801 Newtown Blvd, Sarasota. 2 to 4 p.m., June 24, at Shannon Staub Public Library, 4675 Profession Lane, North Port.
The county will use info from the survey, public conferences together with information from federal, state, and native sources to develop an motion plan over the subsequent a number of months, detailing tasks and packages to finest meet the unmet wants recognized in Sarasota County. Tasks can be designed to primarily help low to reasonable revenue households throughout the classes of housing, restoration of infrastructure, financial revitalization and mitigation.
The Resilient SRQ program was created for an anticipated $201,535,000 allocation from the U.S. Division of Housing and City Growth (HUD) Group Growth Block Grant – Catastrophe Restoration (CDBG-DR). As a part of this system, the county will submit an motion plan outlining the usage of CDBG-DR funds. The plan would require approval from the Sarasota County Board of County Commissioners and HUD previous to the county taking receipt of the funds.
To study extra or be notified about program updates, occasions and knowledge, go to scgov.internet/ResilientSRQ or name 311. Extra info on future participation can be launched as further alternatives are finalized. Further details about Resilient SRQ and the CDBG-DR funds will also be discovered inthe HUD media launch and HUD’s web site.