The Program's Goals and Objectives

Primary Goal Product Customer Nature of Project Achievement or Outcome
Housing

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Owner-occupied housing Owner-occupant Housing made accessible, brought to code, or made safer or more energy-efficient
Housing for buyers First-time homebuyer Households become homeowners
Rental housing Renter Housing units created, renovated to code or made accessible, better managed, and affordable; "fairly" sited
Business Development

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Business creating jobs People seeking jobs Jobs created which meet wage standard levels or create advancement opportunities, with 51% for LMI
Micro-business Small business entrepreneur Business created and viable after 4 years
Strengthening Madison's Neighborhoods

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Civic places Neighborhood residents Neighborhood centers and community gardens operated, sustained, developed as neighborhood focal points
Comprehensive revitalization Residents and businesses of selected "higher need" neighborhoods Priority activities completed effectively in a three-year period in ways which support healthy neighborhoods; other activities may include a 4- to 5-year effort in areas which require a longer period of revitalization
Access to Community Resources

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Access to resources Low- or moderate-income persons seeking housing Household informed, placed into housing, or helped to avoid homelessness
Capital facilities Agencies with capital facilities serving LMI Adequate space acquired or improved for accessibility, energy, code, or customer service improvements; includes a set-aside for repayment of the Warner Park Center loan