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City finalizes 2024 CDBG application

By Grace Lovins


Birmingham city commissioners approved the city’s 2024 community development block grant (CDBG) application during their meeting on Monday, November 27, allocating grant funds to senior services, yard services and the museum park.


“Every year the CDBG, through Oakland County, provides an allocation to the city. This year the planning allocation is approximately $34,000,” said finance director Mark Gerber.


Per the meeting packet, $1,694 will be allocated to yard services, $3,500 will be allocated to senior services and $29,435 will be allocated to remove architectural barriers at the Birmingham Museum Park.


With little discussion, the commission voted unanimously to approve the 2024 CDBG grant application and authorize mayor Elaine McLain to sign.

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