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City of Palm Bay Facilities Reopen to the Public

The City of Palm Bay has reopened City facilities to the public with the exception of the Palm Bay Senior Center, Ted Whitlock Community Center, Tony Rosa Community Center, and the Margaret Hames Nature Center.

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CDBG-MIT Grant Application - Request for Public Comment

Post Date:06/30/2020 11:47 AM

14 DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

CITY OF PALM BAY
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT - MITIGATION (CDBG-MIT)
INTENT TO SUBMIT GRANT APPLICATION

Notice is hereby given that the City of Palm Bay intends to submit a CDBG-MIT grant application on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 by 5:00 PM. The City intends to submit a grant application to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity through the CDBG-MIT Critical Facility Hardening Program for federal grant funding for $604,251 and $80,187.

The first part of the grant application for $604,251 is for the Police Main Station located at 130 Malabar Rd. SE, Palm Bay, FL 32907. This funding will be used for the following activities: 1) 25% match requirement to the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program ($224,473), which includes a complete roof replacement and purchase and installation of shutters for all doors and windows; and 2) replace the 30-year-old emergency generator and/or update the transfer equipment to include an enclosure, build a brick wall around the generator, and provide access stairs to the generator ($379,778).

The second part of the grant application for $80,187 is for the Police Substation located at 1575 Main Street NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905. This funding will be used for the following activities: 1) replace emergency generator and/or update the transfer equipment ($71,574); and 2) install powered roll-down shutters on all windows and entrance doors ($8,613).

The CDBG-MIT grant application will be available for public review and comment from June 30 through July 14, 2020 in the Police Department located at Palm Bay City Hall, 130 Malabar Road SE.

Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations or persons requiring information in a language other than English should call Nicholas Zynko, Logistics Manager, at 321-952-3400 ext. 1464 or 7-1-1 (Florida Relay Services) at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the close of the public comment period.

Interested persons are encouraged to provide written comment to:

Nicholas Zynko, Logistics Manager
City of Palm Bay
120 Malabar Road SE, Palm Bay, FL 32907
Nicholas.Zynko@palmbayflorida.org

All comments received by July 14, 2020 will be considered.


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