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Housing and Commercial Loan Committee HCLC

In September 2000, the City Commission approved the establishment of the City’s Housing & Commercial Loan Committee (HCLC) to serve several functions including approving, disapproving and/or restructuring housing and commercial loans and grants. The HCLC consists of a maximum of 13 volunteer members who represent different industries and who serve four-year terms. As specified in the City of Miami Code, the HCLC serves the following purposes:

(1)as the affordable housing advisory committee required by the Florida SHIP Program;
(2) Approving or disapproving housing and commercial loans and grants to be provided by the city through any funds administered by the department of community development including but not limited to  Community Development Block Grant ("CDBG"), HOME Investment Partnerships ("HOME"), Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS ("HOPWA"), Florida State Housing Initiatives Partnership ("SHIP"), and the Affordable Housing Trust Fund ("AHTF");
(3)Providing oversight and ongoing recommendations on affordable housing issues; and
(4) Performing such other duties and responsibilities relative to affordable housing and small business development as may be set forth herein or incident thereto.

In addition, City Resolution 16-0407, passed in September 2016, tasked the HCLC with studying the housing affordability crisis in the City and making policy recommendations to the City Commission twice a year.  

Public Notice - Seeking Applicants for City of MIami Housing and Commercial Loan Committee

The City of Miami Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) is announcing the availability of FOUR seats to serve as a voting member to the Housing and Commercial Loan Committee (HCLC).The HCLC's purpose is to approve or disapprove certain housing and commercial loans and/or grants to be provided by the City of Miami under Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA), State Housing Initiatives Program (SHIP), Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF), and any other funds administered by the DCED. The HCLC is also tasked with studying the housing affordability crisis in the City and making bi-annual policy recommendations to the City Commission.

 Click Here for Application

There are currently four (4) open seats for individuals with expertise in the areas of:

(1)   A person actively engaged in home building industry in connection with affordable housing (AH);
(2)
   A person actively engaged in the banking and mortgage banking industry in connection with AH;
(3)
   A person actively engaged as a for-profit provider of AH;
(4)  A person who represents essential services personnel of a company within the City (education service, health care, law enforcement, fire safety, criminal justice)

 If you are interested in applying, please download the application at this link: Application

All completed applications should be accompanied by a CV/Resume and sent to City of Miami, Department of Community and Economic Development, 444 SW 2nd Avenue, 2nd Floor, Miami, FL 33130. We are currently accepting applications. Applications received after the closing date will only be reviewed subject to available vacancies.

 
 
 

 

 
 
 

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