Monday, January 12, 2015

Found: Big yellow dog 28th & Univ.




My executive director found this dog this morning on 28th and University.  She almost got hit by a car.  If anyone knows who she belongs to, give me a call.  She is currently at MidSOUTH in the Education Building.


Lorraine Yerton | Program Support Specialist
University of Arkansas at Little Rock | MidSOUTH Center for Prevention & Training
(501) 569-3071 | (501) 569-3364 Fax| www.midsouth.ualr.edu
lfyerton@midsouth.ualr.edu



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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

University District Development Corporation - Minor Home Repair Program

Once again, the University District Development Corporation (UDDC) is accepting requests from eligible homeowners in the University District interested in participating in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas' Special Needs Assistance Program ("SNAP"). Please forward the information below to your neighborhoods. Thanks.

FHLB / SNAP Program Eligibility Guidelines

SNAP funds provide up to $5,000 toward minor repair costs for homeowners age 55 or older or those having a documented disability and income of 80 percent or below the median income for the area.

The amount of income allowed under the SNAP program is adjusted for household size and cannot exceed the median income for University District. Income limits for homeowners are $33,700 (1-person), $38,500 (2-people), $43,300 (family of three), $48,100 (family of four).

The UDDC partners with local member banks and makes funds available to homeowners in the University District. Approved requests by the UDDC and local member banks does not guarantee funding of a homeowner's request. Final approval must be given by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas and is subject to funding availability. Homeowners receiving the grant must stay in their home for five years for the loan to be fully forgiven. 

For more information contact Barrett Allen at 501-683-7361or blallen@ualr.edu.


Monday, January 5, 2015

Quarterly police meeting Jan. 22

You may wish to attend one of these meetings.  Broadmoor is covered by the Northwest Patrol Division.

The Neighborhood Watch program is a community crime prevention program aimed at reducing crime in your neighborhood. It is an approach that focuses on the citizens of any neighborhood working together in cooperation with law enforcement. Please join us on;

January 15, 2015, Downtown Patrol Division, 3917 W. 12th, 6:00 pm
January 22, 2015, Northwest Patrol Division, 10001 Kanis Rd., 6:30 pm
January 29, 2015, Southwest Patrol Division, 6401 Baseline Rd., 6:00 pm