Energy Efficiency For Municipalities
Saving cities and towns money on energy usage keeps local property taxes down and provides stability for local governments. But unlike businesses, a municipality often has special requirements and considerations when seeking financing. In some New Hampshire towns, the opportunity to approve any borrowing comes only once a year.
CDFAs Municipal Energy Reduction Fund (MERF) is a revolving loan fund to help municipalities improve the energy efficiency of their municipal buildings, street lighting, water and sewer treatment facilities, and where appropriate, electrical distribution systems.
The Executive Committee will meet on Monday
Applications for communities interested in CDBG planning grants must be submitted by close of business today.
CDFA and its partners will hold hearings to determine what should be included in the state's Five-year Consolidated Plan for HUD
HUD & NHHFA will hold a free training on Section 3 and Fair Housing Accessibility requirments
This is the required workshop for CDBG awardees to learn how to manage their grants