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La Administración NCORR invita al público a opinar sobre el texto preliminar del plan de acción para el gasto de US$7.9 millones en fondos provenientes de la Subvención CDBG-DR, de HUD, para la recuperación de la Tormenta Tropical Fred.

The N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency (NCORR) is inviting public feedback on a draft action plan for spending $7.9 million in HUD Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding for Tropical Storm Fred recovery.

The N.C. Office of Recovery Resiliency (NCORR) Regional Resilience Portfolio Program, in partnership with the Triangle J and Mid-Carolina councils of governments, is requesting public feedback on draft regional Climate Change and Natural Hazards Vulnerability Assessments, which will guide plans for building community resilience.

El Programa Portafolio de Resiliencia Regional, de NCORR, en asociación con los consejos gubernamentales de la zona J del Triángulo y de la región media de Carolina, solicitan comentarios públicos respecto al texto preliminar de las Evaluaciones Regionales de Vulnerabilidad por Cambio Climático y Peligros Naturales, las cuales guiarán los planes de desarrollo de resiliencia comunitaria.

The state Citizen Advisory Committee for HUD Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation funding will hold a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, June 22.

El Comité Asesor Ciudadano estatal, consultar aquí, del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de EEUU (HUD) para el fondo de Subvención de Mitigación en Bloque para el Desarrollo Comunitario realizará una reunión pública virtual el próximo miércoles 22 de junio.

En estos momentos, la Administración de Recuperación y Resiliencia de Carolina del Norte (NCORR) está aceptando solicitudes para el Programa de Fondos de Restauración de Vivienda Pública, con aproximadamente US$16 millones a ser otorgados a agencias de vivienda pública que estén pasando por necesidades de recuperación, aún sin satisfacer, debido a huracanes.

The N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency (NCORR) is now accepting grant applications for the Public Housing Restoration Fund Program, with approximately $16 million to be awarded to public housing agencies experiencing unmet hurricane recovery needs.

Community members from the Mid-East Commission region are invited to attend a public workshop to discuss and identify locations that are subject to damage or loss due to climate hazards. Workshop attendees will also be provided an opportunity to share personal experiences with disaster preparedness and recovery.

Community members from the Lumber River council of governments region are invited to attend a public workshop to discuss and identify locations that are subject to damage or loss due to climate hazards.

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