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4/23/2024 - City of Bangor assembling action plan for CDBG funding


For immediate release: April 23, 2024

Contact: Robyn Stanicki
Community Development Officer
Telephone: 207-992-4280

City of Bangor assembling action plan for CDBG funding


BANGOR, Maine – The City in the coming weeks will provide its Annual Action Plan to comply with the rules and regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.

The document incorporates Bangor’s priorities for the upcoming year to target CDBG funding to address Bangor’s most critical needs for housing, economic development and maintaining suitable living environments. The CDBG funding is meant to primarily benefit low- to moderate-income residents. The public may review the plan and offer input during a 30-day comment period that begins Wednesday, April 24, 2024. A public meeting to encourage public feedback will be held Tuesday, April 30, at 5 PM at City Hall in Council Chambers (pizza dinner provided). City Hall is temporarily located at the rear of the Penquis Building at 262 Harlow St.

Available on the City’s website and at the Community Development Division offices at City Hall, this plan represents a working draft that will be finalized with the consideration of citizen input and proposed to the City Council at a hearing scheduled for June 10, 2024.

For additional information, or to submit a comment, contact Community Development Officer Robyn Stanicki at 207-992-4280, by emailing or by visiting the Department’s Community Engagement page at



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