The Florida Legislature
Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
Progress Report: Community Development Corporation Program Not Re-Enacted, But DCA Continues Monitoring, Report No. 99-47, April 2000
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- Consistent with our recommendations, the 1998 Florida Legislature did not re-enact the Community Development Corporation Support and Assistance Program, which sunset on June 30, 1998. Although the program was appropriated funding in Fiscal Year 1998-99, it did not receive an appropriation in Fiscal Year 1999-2000. Funding for the program is also not included in the proposed House and Senate budgets for Fiscal Year 2000-01.
- Funding previously appropriated to the program remains in the State Housing Trust Fund and the General Revenue Trust Fund for appropriation to other programs. The Department of Community Affairs continues to monitor community development corporations (CDCs) that have outstanding administrative grant awards and economic development and affordable housing loans.
- The department is awaiting legislative authorization to use collected loan funds for other purposes.
What were our earlier findings?
Report No. 97-45 Review of the Community Development Corporation Support and Assistance Program, published in February 1998.
Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?
Housing and Community Development
What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?
- Report No. 05-32 OPPAGA Report: Locals Find State Urban Revitalization Programs Useful; More Centralized Program Information Would Be Helpful, published in May 2005.
- Report No. 12232 Performance Audit of the Community Development Corporation Support and Assistance Program, published in January 1994.
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