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Housing 2019 APR
12/3/2019 10:05:00 AM - Housing Report

OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0218
EXPIRATION DATE: 07/31/2019
Grant Number: 55-IT-26-53420
Report: APR Report for 2019
Cover Page
Grant Information:
Grant Number  55-IT-26-53420
Recipient Program Year  10/01/2018-09/30/2019
Federal Fiscal Year  2019
Initial Indian Housing Plan (IHP):  Yes
Amended Plan  
Annual Performance Report (APR):  Yes
Amended Plan  
Tribe:  Yes
TDHE:  
Recipient Information:
Name of the Recipient  Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan
Contact Person  Ekdahl, Ron
Telephone Number with Area Code  989-775-4000
Mailing Address  Tribal Office 7070 E. Broadway
City  Mt. Pleasant
State  MI
Zip  48858
Fax Number with Area Code  989-775-4131
Email Address  rfekdahl@sagchip.org
Tribes:  
TDHE/Tribe Information:
Tax Identification Number  386178758
DUNS Number  082318841
CCR/SAM Expiration Date  01/03/2019
Planned Grant-Based Budget for Eligible Programs:
IHBG Fiscal Year Formula Amount  $1,408,355.00
Housing Needs
Type of Need
(A)
Low-Income Indian Families
(B)
All Indian Families
(C)
Overcrowded Households
Renters Who Wish to Become Owners
Substandard Units Needing Rehabilitation
Homeless Households
Households Needing Affordable Rental Units
College Student Housing
Disabled Households Needing Accessibility
Units Needing Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Infrastructure to Support Housing
Other (specify below)
Other Needs  The program will assist 9 low-rent households located at the Saganing reservation with their water bills for the year.
Planned Program Benefits  This program year we will be maintaining the 1937 Act CAS by replacing roofs, windows, exterior doors, siding, and repairing drive ways. We continue to offer educational workshops to enhance the financial literacy and credit worthiness of our clients. We will provide culturally relevant community activities in order to deter crime.
Geographic Distribution  Services will be provided to tenants/clients residing on the Isabella Reservation in Isabella County and Saganing Reservation in Arenac County MI.
Programs
2019-01 : Operating 1937 CAS
Program Name:  Operating 1937 CAS
Unique Identifier:  2019-01
Program Description (continued)  The program will provide general and preventative maintenance on the 1937 Act low-rent units, and common grounds used by this community. Refurbishments, repairs and upgrades are identified through annual inspections and through work order requests generated as needed. Upgrades replacing roofs, windows, siding, exterior doors and driveways continues (25 out of 51 units still need these upgrades).
Eligible Activity Number  (2) Operation of 1937 Act Housing [202(1)]
Intended Outcome Number  (6) Assist affordable housing for low income households
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (6) Assist affordable housing for low income households
Who Will Be Assisted  Native American families, who are enrolled members of a federally recognized Native American Tribes as defined in the SCIT's Eligibility, Admissions, and Occupancy Rental Housing Policy.
Types and Level of Assistance  Affordable housing assistance will be rental assistance based on the difference between 20% of the household's adjusted monthly income and the fair market rents for our area.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  The Housing program, through the Maintenance department, inspected all CAS in accordance with the maintenance policy and schedule. Intermittent work orders are addressed the same day or as soon as practicable. Turnover units were refurbished in a timely manner and made available to wait list applicants within 30 days.
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
Number of Units to be Completed in Year 51 51
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  NA
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$305,900.00 $0.00 $305,900.00 $121,338.19 $0.00 $121,338.19
2019-02 : Housing Services
Program Name:  Housing Services
Unique Identifier:  2019-02
Program Description (continued)  The program will facilitate a monthly Tenant Advisory Committee meeting. In addition the program will provide educational activities and services designed to enhance tenants financial literacy and competency. Tenant occupancy and counseling activities will be conducted to ensure compliance with program guidelines and requirements.
Eligible Activity Number  (18) Other Housing Service [202(3)]
Intended Outcome Number  (12) Other-must provide description in the box below
 If Other: We plan to conduct monthly workshops for community residents on budgeting, credit repair, identity theft, and information on accessing community resources for family services, education and training. We will partner with the local community colleges to highlight vocational training opportunities in our area.
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (12) Other-must provide description in the box below
 If Other: The job position "Home-buyer Credit Counselor" was eliminated in a tribal wide RIF that occurred this past summer. Monthly workshops have been poorly attended and this was phased out. A Summer Reading Program was implemented in conjunction with the SCIT Library Services.
Who Will Be Assisted  Native American families, who are members of a federally recognized Native American Tribe as defined in our Eligibility, Admissions, and Occupancy Rental Housing Policy.
Types and Level of Assistance  The program will provide educational workshops, group setting or one-on-one to members of the community to enhance their financial literacy and to connect them to other supportive, educational and vocational opportunities.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  The program had planned to implement a resident advisory committee to meet monthly and provide a paid stipend to committee members. The By-Laws and Code of Ethical Conduct was submitted for Legal Review in April 2018 but was not formally approved by Council until August 2019. The committee members were then approved by the Tribal Council in September 2019.
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
Number of Households to be served in Year 51 51
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Advisory Committee was seated in their positions as of October 9th, 2019. After the close of the fiscal year.
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$24,500.00 $0.00 $24,500.00 $38,813.73 $5,728.00 $44,541.73
2019-03 : Assisting Over-Income Families
Program Name:  Assisting Over-Income Families
Unique Identifier:  2019-03
Program Description (continued)  The program would like to provide assistance to over-income families that are enrolled members of Native American Tribes not to exceed the 10% rule.
Eligible Activity Number  (18) Other Housing Service [202(3)]
Intended Outcome Number  (12) Other-must provide description in the box below
 If Other: The SCIT would like to provide housing to an elderly household (ages 87 and 70) that are over-income but refuse to relocate due to the disruption this would cause to their lives. This couple receives per-capita income from his Tribe's gaming operations and both receive social security income. Next year it is anticipated the per-capita income will decrease and so will their total household income but they will still likely be over-income.
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (12) Other-must provide description in the box below
 If Other: In FY19 SCIT provided assistance to three over income households.
Who Will Be Assisted  A limited amount of over-income families will be assisted by the program due to cultural considerations, such as treatment of elders, should be allowed to live in the low-income neighborhood/community they desire.
Types and Level of Assistance  Assistance will be provided to families that are at or above the 80 -100% median income range. The standard rent calculation for over-income families will be used with the standard adjusted gross income calculation. No utility allowance will be used for these families. They will not receive the same amount of assistance as low-income families.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  The households assisted are within the 80 - 100% median family income range. None of the households assisted has income above the the MFI.
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
Number of Households to be served in Year 2 2
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  NA
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$25,000.00 $0.00 $25,000.00 $24,491.31 $0.00 $24,491.31
2019-04 : Housing Program Management
Program Name:  Housing Program Management
Unique Identifier:  2019-04
Program Description (continued)  The program will provide adequate staff levels to administer affordable housing activities that will sustain our current assisted housing stock and research new affordable housing opportunities to meet the needs of our community. This includes data collection and analysis to identify current and future housing needs trends.
Eligible Activity Number  (19) Housing Management Services [202(4)]
Intended Outcome Number  (12) Other-must provide description in the box below
 If Other: The program will track all updates and upgrades to the current assisted stock to effectively monitor and manage resources expended in accordance with HUD guidelines. This includes fiscal management and oversight or all transactions including procurement activities, equipment maintenance, collections of TARs, staff training and development, insurance, and audit activities. The program will complete a needs assessment to identify future housing needs of our community.
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (6) Assist affordable housing for low income households
Who Will Be Assisted  Families that are members of federally recognized Native American Tribes and Essential Families as defined in our Eligibility, Admissions, and Occupancy Rental Housing Policy.
Types and Level of Assistance  The program will provide adequate staff to plan for and to respond to the daily needs of our tenants including training that will enhance the capacity of program staff.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  The Program hired a new Maintenance Supervisor and an administrative assistant this fiscal year. These and other staff members attended training which included: Supervisory Management; Procurement; IHP/APR; NOFA - IHBG; NAHASDA BOOT CAMP; and Admissions and Occupancy.
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
Number of Households to be served in Year 51 51
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  NA
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$469,000.00 $0.00 $469,000.00 $450,302.10 $0.00 $450,302.10
2019-05 : New Construction
Program Name:  New Construction
Unique Identifier:  2019-05
Program Description (continued)  The SCIT would like to build a new 4-plex, single story building that will provide 4 affordable rental units.
Eligible Activity Number  (4) Construction of Rental Housing [202(2)]
Intended Outcome Number  (7) Create new affordable rental units
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (7) Create new affordable rental units
Who Will Be Assisted  This 4-plex will be constructed on tribal trust lands of the Isabella Reservation. The units will be available to eligible Native American families. These will be single family, one bedroom apartments, ADA compliant with approximately 800 square feet of living space.
Types and Level of Assistance  Assistance will be limited to the standard calculation for affordable housing when calculating annual income, adjusted income and monthly rent. The standard deductions for the elderly and disabled will apply. There will be no utility allowance given.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  The Tribe intends to continue with this project in FY20. The program was unable to move forward with this project in FY19 due to staff shortage. The Housing program was unable to hire a new Maintenance Supervisor for several months. Once hired the Supervisor and new manager needed training in procurement compliance. Funds will be rolled over into FY20.
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
Number of Units to be Completed in Year 1 0
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  The program was unable to move forward with due to the following: tight job market in our area; Tribe's hiring freeze; and the procurement policy and administrative procedures needed to be updated.
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$405,364.00 $200,000.00 $605,364.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
2019-06 : Development
Program Name:  Development
Unique Identifier:  2019-06
Program Description (continued)  The program will provide the necessary infrastructure to the new 4-plex, single story building: water, sewer, natural gas, and electrical lines/hook ups.
Eligible Activity Number  (24) Infrastructure to Support Housing [202(2)]
Intended Outcome Number  (7) Create new affordable rental units
APR: Actual Outcome Number  (7) Create new affordable rental units
Who Will Be Assisted  This 4-plex will be constructed on tribal trust lands of the Isabella Reservation. The units will be available to eligible Native American families. These will be single family, one bedroom apartments, ADA compliant with approximately 800 square feet of living space per apartment.
Types and Level of Assistance  Assistance will be limited to the standard calculation for affordable housing when calculating annual income, adjusted income and monthly rent. The standard deductions for the elderly and disabled will apply. There will be no utility allowance given.
APR : Describe Accomplishments  See item 10 below
Planned and Actual Outputs for 12-Month Program Year
 PlannedAPR - Actual
The output measure being collected for this eligible activity is dollars. The dollar amount should be included as an other fund amount listed in the Uses of Funding table.
APR: If the program is behind schedule, explain why  The program was unable to move this construction project forward this year. The Tribe intends to complete this and will rollover the funds to the next fiscal year.
Uses of Funding:

The Uses of Funding table information can be entered here for each individual program or can be entered for all programs within Section 5(b): Uses of Funding. Changes to data on either page location will update in both Section 3: Program Descriptions and Section 5(b): Uses of Funding accordingly.

Prior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
$15,000.00 $0.00 $15,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Maintaining 1937 Act Units, Demolition, and Disposition
Maintaining 1937 Act Units  The units are subject to a regular inspection schedule. There is a mandatory annual inspection for each unit when all systems are inspected for proper operation and soundness: roof/structure; heating/cooling, electrical and plumbing. During the annual inspection the fire extinguishers and smoke alarms are checked and recharged as needed. The program provides seasonal maintenance to all units to replace furnace filters. There is also a 6 month inspection for units with new tenants. The program also performs frequent work order servicing. If anything is noted by staff during these visits it is addressed as soon as practicable. There are move-out inspections as well and all vacant units are properly refurbished and cleaned in readiness for the new tenants.
Demolition and Disposition  There are no planned demolition or dispositions planned for 2019.
Budget Information
Sources of Funding
Funding Source


 
Estimated(IHP) /Actual(APR)Amount on hand at beginning of program year
(F)
Amount to be received during 12-month program year
(G)
Total sources of funds
(H=F+G)
Funds to be expended during 12-month program year
(I)
Unexpended funds remaining at end of program year
(J=H-I)
Unexpended funds obligated but not expended at end of 12-month program year
(K)
  Estimated $1,019,338.00 $1,483,962.00 $2,503,300.00 $1,533,716.80 $969,583.20  
IHBG Funds: Actual $1,640,396.00 $1,527,425.00 $3,167,821.00 $765,261.74 $2,402,559.26 $0.00
  Estimated $460,195.00 $146,029.00 $606,224.00 $200,000.00 $406,224.00  
IHBG Program Income: Actual $736,995.00 $154,650.00 $891,645.00 $5,728.00 $885,917.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
Title VI: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
Title VI Program Income: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00   $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
1937 Act Operating Reserves: Actual $0.00   $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00   $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
Carry Over 1937 Act Funds: Actual $0.00   $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
LEVERAGED FUNDS
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
ICDBG Funds: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
Other Federal Funds: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
LIHTC: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00  
Non-Federal Funds: Actual $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
  Estimated $1,479,533.00 $1,629,991.00 $3,109,524.00 $1,733,716.80 $1,375,807.20 $0.00
Total: Actual $2,377,391.00 $1,682,075.00 $4,059,466.00 $770,989.74 $3,288,476.26 $0.00
Uses of Funding
Program NameUnique IdentifierPrior and current year IHBG (only) funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(L)
Total all other funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(M)
Total funds to be expended in 12-month program year
(N=L+M)
Total IHBG (only) funds expended in 12-month program year
(O)
Total all other funds expended in 12-month program year
(P)
Total funds expended in 12-month program year
(Q=O+P)
Operating 1937 CAS 2019-01 $305,900.00 $0.00 $305,900.00 $121,338.19 $0.00 $121,338.19
Housing Services 2019-02 $24,500.00 $0.00 $24,500.00 $38,813.73 $5,728.00 $44,541.73
Assisting Over-Income Families 2019-03 $25,000.00 $0.00 $25,000.00 $24,491.31 $0.00 $24,491.31
Housing Program Management 2019-04 $469,000.00 $0.00 $469,000.00 $450,302.10 $0.00 $450,302.10
New Construction 2019-05 $405,364.00 $200,000.00 $605,364.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Development 2019-06 $15,000.00 $0.00 $15,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Planning and Administration   $288,952.80 $0.00 $288,952.80 $130,316.41 $0.00 $130,316.41
Loan Repayment (describe in 3 & 4 below)   $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Total   $1,533,716.80 $200,000.00 $1,733,716.80 $765,261.74 $5,728.00 $770,989.74
APR  There are no loan repayments at this time. There are no leveraged funds at this time.
APR  There were no loan repayments during this fiscal year.
Other Submission Items
Useful Life/Affordability Period(s)  The useful life of each HUD assisted unit will be determined by the amount of IHBG funds invested as defined in Program Guidance No. 2014-09(R) August 13, 2014 as follows: MI93B043002 12 units Useful life 15 years MI93B043003 19 units Useful life 15 years MI93B043004 8 units Useful life 15 years MI93B043007 9 units Useful life 15 years MI93B043008 3 units Useful life 15 years
Model Housing and Over-Income Activities  Please refer to Program Description 2019-03.
Tribal and Other Indian Preference
Does the tribe have a preference policy?
 YES

 the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe's Eligibility, Admissions, and Occupancy Rental Housing Policy provides preference for members of the SCIT, members of federally recognized Indian Tribes and Essential Families who meet the requirements of 24 CFR 1000.104 & Section (b) of NAHASDA, 25 USC 4131(b).
Anticipated Planning and Administration Expenses
Do you intend to exceed your allowable spending cap for Planning and Administration?
 NO
Actual Planning and Administration Expenses
Did you exceed your allowable spending cap for Planning and Administration?
 NO
Does the tribe have an expanded formula area?:  NO
Total Expenditures on Affordable Housing Activities:
 All AIAN HouseholdsAIAN Households with Incomes 80% or Less of Median Income
IHBG Funds $0.00 $0.00
Funds from Other Sources $0.00 $0.00
For each separate formula area, list the expended amount
 All AIAN HouseholdsAIAN Households with Incomes 80% or Less of Median Income
IHBG Funds $0.00 $0.00
Funds from Other Sources $0.00 $0.00
Indian Housing Plan Certification Of Compliance
In accordance with applicable statutes, the recipient certifies that it will comply with Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and other federal statutes, to the extent that they apply to tribes and TDHEs, see 24 CFR 1000.12.  YES
In accordance with 24 CFR 1000.328, the recipient receiving less than $200,000 under FCAS certifies that there are households within its jurisdiction at or below 80 percent of median income.  Not Applicable
The recipient will maintain adequate insurance coverage for housing units that are owned and operated or assisted with grant amounts provided under NAHASDA, in compliance with such requirements as may be established by HUD:  YES
Policies are in effect and are available for review by HUD and the public governing the eligibility, admission, and occupancy of families for housing assisted with grant amounts provided under NAHASDA:  YES
Policies are in effect and are available for review by HUD and the public governing rents charged, including the methods by which such rents or homebuyer payments are determined, for housing assisted with grant amounts provided under NAHASDA:  YES
Policies are in effect and are available for review by HUD and the public governing the management and maintenance of housing assisted with grant amounts provided under NAHASDA:  YES
Tribal Wage Rate Certification
1. You will use tribally determined wage rates when required for IHBG-assisted construction or maintenance activities. The Tribe has appropriate laws and regulations in place in order for it to determine and distribute prevailing wages.  
2. You will use Davis-Bacon or HUD determined wage rates when required for IHBG-assisted construction or maintenance activities.  YES
3. You will use Davis-Bacon and/or HUD determined wage rates when required for IHBG-assisted construction except for the activities described below.  
4. List the activities using tribally determined wage rates:  
Self Monitoring
Do you have a procedure and/or policy for self-monitoring?:  YES
Pursuant to 24 CFR ? 1000.502 (b) where the recipient is a TDHE, did the TDHE provide periodic progress reports including the self-monitoring report, Annual Performance Report, and audit reports to the Tribe?:  NA
Did you conduct self-monitoring, including monitoring sub-recipients?:  YES
Self-Monitoring Results: Describe the results of the monitoring activities, including corrective actions planned or taken.  The Housing Department prepares and submits objective budget management reports to the Accounting Department and the Tribal Administrator each quarter to document compliance with program goals. The department meets with the Tribal Council on a monthly basis to review progress of the approved goals and objectives. The Accounting department operates in accordance with GAAP and prepares and submits the SF-425 as required. The Housing department has conducted annual inspections, in accordance with the maintenance policy, of each unit in the CAS and has addressed any safety issues immediately and maintenance needs as soon as practicable. The APR will be available on the SCIT website under the Housing tab and a hard copy will be posted on the public bulletin board in the business office as soon as Council approves the report. The APR will also be reviewed by the Advisory Committee. The Housing department has scheduled quarterly meetings with the Tribe's Legal department to occur in FY20 to update SCIT's Self Monitoring Policy.
Inspections
Activity
(A)
Total number of Units
(B)
Units in standard condition
(C)
Units needing rehabilitation
(D)
Units needing to be replaced
(E)
Total number of units inspected
(F=C+D+E)
1937 Housing Act Units:
  a. Rental 51 51 0 0 51
  b. Homeownership 0 0 0 0 0
  c. Other 0 0 0 0 0
1937 Act Subtotal: 51 51 0 0 51
NAHASDA Assisted Units:
  a. Rental 0 0 0 0 0
  b. Homeownership 0 0 0 0 0
  c. Rental Assistance 0 0 0 0 0
  d. Other 0 0 0 0 0
NAHASDA Subtotal: 0 0 0 0 0
Total: 51 51 0 0 51
2.  Did you comply with your inspection policy? YES
Audits
1. Did you expend $750,000 or more in total Federal awards during the previous fiscal year ended (24 CFR 1000.544) ?

If Yes, an audit is required to be submitted to the Federal Audit Clearinghouse. If No, an audit is not required.

 YES
Public Availability
Did you make this APR available to the citizens in your jurisdiction before it was submitted to HUD (24 CFR ? 1000.518)?  YES
If you are a TDHE, did you submit this APR to the Tribe  Not Applicable
If you answered No to question #1 and/or #2, provide an explanation as to why not and indicate when you will do so:  
Summarize any comments received from the Tribe and/or the citizens :  Will report any responses once this is publicly posted. Will provide copies to the Advisory Committee.
Jobs Supported By NAHASDA
Number of Permanent Jobs Supported by Indian Housing Block Grant Assistance(IHBG):  9
Number of Temporary Jobs Supported by Indian Housing Block Grant Assistance(IHBG):  2
Narrative (Optional):  The SCIT Housing department employs 8 full time regular employees, one regular part time employee and 2 seasonal part time employees.

 


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