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2 - February 18, 2021 . Your News Outlook COMMUNITY State otters $38Million Availablefor Utility Assistance FUNDING WILL HELP KENTUCKIANS OFFSET THE FINANCIAL IMPACT OF COVID-19 On Jan. 25 Gov. Andy Beshea-r announced up to $38 million is available to local governments to help Kentuckians with overdue utility bills in their jurisdic— tion. Each unit of local 'gov- ernment may request up to $200,000 for assistance in their communities. “Even with our victory over COVID-19 coming into sight, times are still tough for our families,” said Gov. Beshear. “We are grateful to be able to pro- vide these funds, because they will ensure many Kentuckians won’t have to make the impossible choice between feeding their family and keeping the lights on.” The Department for Lo- cal' Government (DLG) will administer the fund- ing from the Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus Response (CDBG—CV) program established by the US. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). “We want to get this as- sistance out the door as quickly as possible, be- cause protecting Kentuck- ians is our number one priority,” said DLG Com- missioner Dennis Keene. “We encourage local gov- ernments to submit appli- catiOns as quickly as pos— sible.” To apply, local govern- ments. must submit an application to DLG. If ap- proved, local governments must then partner with a community action agency to assist with funding ad- ministration. To simplify the process and fulfill that need, DLG has partnered with Kentucky’s 15 Area Development Districts '(ADD) to assist units of" local government, local nonprofit community ser- vice providers and eligible Kentuckians with their ap— plications and administer- ing funds. Households are eligible for up to $250 per month for six consecutive months if: 0 They live in a city or county approved for funding; 0 Have been finan- cially impacted by COV- ID-19; 0 Are struggling to pay water, sewer, electric, gas or other heating 'and cooling bills; and 0 Have receiVed notice for disconnect ,be— tween January 21, 2020, and present day and/ or up~ to two months following. Once a household’s ap- plication is approved, the local nonprofit community serviCe provider will trans- fer funds directly to a util- ity provider on their behalf. Local governments can apply for CDBGCV funds now, by completing the application on DLG’s web— site. Kentuckians should con- tact their local government or ADD for more informa- tion on CDBG—CV funds in their area. This aid follows a previ- ous fund set up by Gov. Beshear. In October 2020, the Governor created the Team Kentucky Healthy at Home Utility Relief Fund by dedicating $15 million of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Secu- rity Act funding. This fund is estimated to have helped over 63,000 individuals in- more than 26,000 house- holds through December of last year. A‘ third round of util- ity relief is forthcoming as Congress passed the Om- nibus Appropriations and Coronavirus Relief Pack- age, H.R 133 (“the Con- solidated Appropriations Act”), which was signed into law Dec. 27, 2020. That package is expected to provide nearly $297 mil- lion to Kentuckians to pro- tect tenants from evictions . and utility disconnections, through the Team Ken- tucky Healthy at Home Eviction and Utility Relief Fund. More information on this program Will be coming within the next few weeks. 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