This document constindes the Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds for the programs identfied below, witich are funded in the Forty-Thind CommuntyDevelopment Year CD 43 Calendar Year 2017/Federal Fiscal Year 2017) On Otter 23·2017the Cty wil sutrit to HUD its Request for Release of Funds trthese projects. In accordance with 24 CFR Part 58 35 of the HUD Environmertal Review Procedures for Tide ICDBG Programs, the Cty has determined theactivities conducted under these programs to be categorically excluded from the Environmental Assessment requirements of the National Environmental PolcyAct. The programsdonot rwolve newconstuction or the expensonofabuking's foagrnt Trisniceprepared on a pogrammasc bass Spechc reviews willbe conducted as stes are identified for CD funding This nobice is not related to the CDBG Disaster Recovery ProgramThe Department of Housing Presenaton and Development CHPD) uses CD trds to addres8 hazardous rdtons by correctng xde vok tons and to providesystems renovators trou , 7A Frano. Assstane ages to tuings under te management of a 7A admnstator. CD 43 Aloaton: $1,456,000AEP is an addtional HPD enforcement mechanism that is intended to alleviate the serious physical deterioration of the City's most dstressed multipledwelings. The program forces owners to make effective repairs or have HPD do so in a more comprehensive fashion so that emergency conditions arealeviated and the underying physical conditions are addressed. As described in the law, HPD will nobfy an owner that based upon criteria in the lawhis or her multiple dwelling has been chosen for partcipation in AEP. An owner will have four months to repair the violations, pay all outstanding HPDemergency repair charges and liens, submit a curment and valid property registration statement and request a re-inspection, If the owner fals to meetall of the requirements for discharge within the first four months, HPD will perform a buiding-wide inspection and issue an order outining the necessaryactions to address the emergency condtions and the underlying causes of those conditions (to minimize reoccurmence of those conditions). HPD wiprepare a scope of work that will address the condtions oited in the order. Should an owner fail to comply with the order, HPD will perform the workThe Mayor's Office for People with Disabiltes uses CD funds to remove architectural baiers from the homes of low and moderate-income Cityresidents who have mobity mpairments work may indude grab bar instalations; main entry components (ramp. char, and doork and kitc andNYC Local Law 11, also known as the Façade Inspection Safety Program, requires hat ait exterior wals and appurtenances of buildings with six ormore stories be inspected periodically by a licensed professional. In order to become compliant with Local Law 11, NYCHA will perform constructionbuiged, and spaled brickwork expansion and mortar joints; parapet wals; roof ralings; window Iintels and sils: concrete coping stones, stucco, andterra-cota; and caulking around windows Construction wil also include asbestos abatement, waterproofing, and instalation of sidewalk sheds andchain link fences. Additionally, various necessary building upkeep work will be done, such as cleaning fire damaged bricks, cleaning and paintingAlocation: $29,708.000 (this wil be comprised of FFY '16 and '17 CD funds).The Landmarks Preservation Commission provides façade improvement grants to homeowners and nonprosts that own a property hat is a designatedlandmark, located within a designated historic district, or is ssted in or es eligible to be listed in the National Register of Histonc Places. Additionally.nonprofts may be awarded grants for interior improvements pravided the building has a designated interior. CD 43 Allocation: $114.000The Department of Education (DOE) uses CD funds to prevent or remove code violations in New York City schools. The activities may include thesystemssysterns; flame oof curtans·bulding and sidewalk elevators: teachers; retanng wals; rtenor masonry, damaged flooring and ceings, electricalExtures; mandated signage; and lead testing and remediation. To avoid archaeological concems, playground resurfacing may be performed providedhere is no increase in the playground area and no excavation is proposed CD 43 Allocation: $16.350,000OOE uses CD funds to partially fund the expansion of the "Breakfast in the Classroom program to approximately 500 schools with 300,000 studentsThis will especialy benefit children from low-and moderate-income families DOE wil use CD funds purchase refrigerators and freezers to store thefood and for faclity improvements where necessary. The facility improvements will involve the instalation of wiring, electrical outlets, and panel boxesCD funds will be used for the renovation of the physical plant and the rectfication of code violations in senior centers. Actvities may include plumbingbathroom renovation re-wiring: floor replacement: handicapped access: and security and elevator improvements CD 43 Allocation: $1,920,000.Environmental Review Records (ERR) that dooument the environmental review of the projects have been made tby the City of New York. These ERRs areon file and copies may be obtained at the Ofice of Management and Budget, Community Development Unit, 255 Greewich Street, 8 Floor, New YokNew York 10007, between 10 a.m and 5p.m, Monday trough Friday. Please call (212) 788-6130 to make an appointment to view or obtain a copy of thedocuments or to request that a po be emalled to you. Any individual group or agency may submit wrmen comments on the ERRs for the programs idenpfiedabove. All comments received by October 20, 2017 wil be considered prior to the submission of a request for release of funds. Please drect writtencomments to John Leonard, Assistant Director, Ofice of Managernent and Budget, 255 Greenwich Stree 8" Floor, New York, New York 10007The City of New York will undertake the projects desoribed above with CO funds from HUD, under Title I. The City of New York is certifying to HuUD thatthe City and Assistant Director John Leonard, in his official capacity as the Cerifying Officer for the CD Program consent to accept the jurisdiction ofthe Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsbiliies in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsbities havebeen satisfied. HUD's approval of the oertification satsfes sponselites under the Natonal Environ montal Policy Act of 1969 and related laws andacceptance of the certification only if it is on one of the following bases: a) That the certification was not in fact executed by the City of New York'sCerbfying Officer, b) the City of New York has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58, c)the City of New York or oher particpants in the development process have commited funds, incurred costs, or undertaken activities not authorized by24CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD, or d) another federal agency actrg pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted awritten fnding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and subnitted in accordancewith the required procedure (24 CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD, 0ice of Community Planning and Development, 26 Federal Plaza35th Floor, New York, New York 10278. Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by HUD. Noobjection received after November 8 2017 will be considered by HUD

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This document constindes the Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds for the programs identfied below, witich are funded in the Forty-Thind Communty Development Year CD 43 Calendar Year 2017/Federal Fiscal Year 2017) On Otter 23·2017the Cty wil sutrit to HUD its Request for Release of Funds tr these projects. In accordance with 24 CFR Part 58 35 of the HUD Environmertal Review Procedures for Tide ICDBG Programs, the Cty has determined the activities conducted under these programs to be categorically excluded from the Environmental Assessment requirements of the National Environmental Polcy Act. The programsdonot rwolve newconstuction or the expensonofabuking's foagrnt Trisniceprepared on a pogrammasc bass Spechc reviews will be conducted as stes are identified for CD funding This nobice is not related to the CDBG Disaster Recovery Program The Department of Housing Presenaton and Development CHPD) uses CD trds to addres8 hazardous rdtons by correctng xde vok tons and to provide systems renovators trou , 7A Frano. Assstane ages to tuings under te management of a 7A admnstator. CD 43 Aloaton: $1,456,000 AEP is an addtional HPD enforcement mechanism that is intended to alleviate the serious physical deterioration of the City's most dstressed multiple dwelings. The program forces owners to make effective repairs or have HPD do so in a more comprehensive fashion so that emergency conditions are aleviated and the underying physical conditions are addressed. As described in the law, HPD will nobfy an owner that based upon criteria in the law his or her multiple dwelling has been chosen for partcipation in AEP. An owner will have four months to repair the violations, pay all outstanding HPD emergency repair charges and liens, submit a curment and valid property registration statement and request a re-inspection, If the owner fals to meet all of the requirements for discharge within the first four months, HPD will perform a buiding-wide inspection and issue an order outining the necessary actions to address the emergency condtions and the underlying causes of those conditions (to minimize reoccurmence of those conditions). HPD wi prepare a scope of work that will address the condtions oited in the order. Should an owner fail to comply with the order, HPD will perform the work The Mayor's Office for People with Disabiltes uses CD funds to remove architectural baiers from the homes of low and moderate-income City residents who have mobity mpairments work may indude grab bar instalations; main entry components (ramp. char, and doork and kitc and NYC Local Law 11, also known as the Façade Inspection Safety Program, requires hat ait exterior wals and appurtenances of buildings with six or more stories be inspected periodically by a licensed professional. In order to become compliant with Local Law 11, NYCHA will perform construction buiged, and spaled brickwork expansion and mortar joints; parapet wals; roof ralings; window Iintels and sils: concrete coping stones, stucco, and terra-cota; and caulking around windows Construction wil also include asbestos abatement, waterproofing, and instalation of sidewalk sheds and chain link fences. Additionally, various necessary building upkeep work will be done, such as cleaning fire damaged bricks, cleaning and painting Alocation: $29,708.000 (this wil be comprised of FFY '16 and '17 CD funds). The Landmarks Preservation Commission provides façade improvement grants to homeowners and nonprosts that own a property hat is a designated landmark, located within a designated historic district, or is ssted in or es eligible to be listed in the National Register of Histonc Places. Additionally. nonprofts may be awarded grants for interior improvements pravided the building has a designated interior. CD 43 Allocation: $114.000 The Department of Education (DOE) uses CD funds to prevent or remove code violations in New York City schools. The activities may include the systems systerns; flame oof curtans·bulding and sidewalk elevators: teachers; retanng wals; rtenor masonry, damaged flooring and ceings, electrical Extures; mandated signage; and lead testing and remediation. To avoid archaeological concems, playground resurfacing may be performed provided here is no increase in the playground area and no excavation is proposed CD 43 Allocation: $16.350,000 OOE uses CD funds to partially fund the expansion of the "Breakfast in the Classroom program to approximately 500 schools with 300,000 students This will especialy benefit children from low-and moderate-income families DOE wil use CD funds purchase refrigerators and freezers to store the food and for faclity improvements where necessary. The facility improvements will involve the instalation of wiring, electrical outlets, and panel boxes CD funds will be used for the renovation of the physical plant and the rectfication of code violations in senior centers. Actvities may include plumbing bathroom renovation re-wiring: floor replacement: handicapped access: and security and elevator improvements CD 43 Allocation: $1,920,000. Environmental Review Records (ERR) that dooument the environmental review of the projects have been made tby the City of New York. These ERRs are on file and copies may be obtained at the Ofice of Management and Budget, Community Development Unit, 255 Greewich Street, 8 Floor, New Yok New York 10007, between 10 a.m and 5p.m, Monday trough Friday. Please call (212) 788-6130 to make an appointment to view or obtain a copy of the documents or to request that a po be emalled to you. Any individual group or agency may submit wrmen comments on the ERRs for the programs idenpfied above. All comments received by October 20, 2017 wil be considered prior to the submission of a request for release of funds. Please drect written comments to John Leonard, Assistant Director, Ofice of Managernent and Budget, 255 Greenwich Stree 8" Floor, New York, New York 10007 The City of New York will undertake the projects desoribed above with CO funds from HUD, under Title I. The City of New York is certifying to HuUD that the City and Assistant Director John Leonard, in his official capacity as the Cerifying Officer for the CD Program consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsbiliies in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsbities have been satisfied. HUD's approval of the oertification satsfes sponselites under the Natonal Environ montal Policy Act of 1969 and related laws and acceptance of the certification only if it is on one of the following bases: a) That the certification was not in fact executed by the City of New York's Cerbfying Officer, b) the City of New York has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58, c) the City of New York or oher particpants in the development process have commited funds, incurred costs, or undertaken activities not authorized by 24CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD, or d) another federal agency actrg pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written fnding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and subnitted in accordance with the required procedure (24 CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD, 0ice of Community Planning and Development, 26 Federal Plaza 35th Floor, New York, New York 10278. Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by HUD. No objection received after November 8 2017 will be considered by HUD

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