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The Neighborhood Stabilization Program Substantial Amendment to the State of Michigan 2008 Consolidated Plan

Planner HUD‘s new Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) provides targeted emergency assistance to state and local governments to acquire and redevelop foreclosed properties that might otherwise become sources of abandonment and blight within their communities. The State of Michigan has been allocated $98,653,915 to address the areas of greatest need within Michigan. The State submitted its NSP Action Plan Substantial Amendment to HUD for approval on November 26, 2008.   

The State of Michigan‘s NSP substantial amendment describes how it will distribute and use the NSP funds in accordance with the requirements of Section 2301(c) (2) of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act, 2008.    

Amendment 

The Neighborhood Stabilization Program Substantial Amendment to the State of Michigan 2008 Consolidated Plan (download pdf Revised 2-4-2009). 
Related Documents
12-03-2008 NSP PowerPoint Presentation to MCDA

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 •  The FINAL Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 Substantial Amendment to the 2010 Consolidated Plan
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 •  Michigan's Housing and Community Development Fund
 •  Public Housing Authority (PHA) Plan
 •  Qualified Allocation Plan
 •  Michigan Consolidated Plan
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