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Toggle navigation Menu. Search: Submit:. Office of Community Development. LGAP is designed to fill the gaps where there are no federal or other state funds available to assist local governments with an identified high priority need.
Priority is given to projects that resolve basic human health and safety needs, such as fire and police protection and sewer and water improvements. CWEF provides funding to aid units of local government in rehabilitating, improving and constructing projects for community water systems to provide safe, clean drinking water. The Community Development Block Grant Program helps communities provide a suitable living environment and expand economic opportunities for their residents, particularly in low- to moderate-income areas.
The block grants are awarded to the state annually by the U. The State develops funding priorities and criteria for selecting projects each year based on consultation with the local governments in an effort to identify the most essential needs of the residents. Traci Watts. Director, Local Government Assistance Program. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information.
Pat Forbes. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help state residents recover from hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav, Ike and Isaac; and lessen the impacts of future storms. Funds are distributed through other state agencies, local governments, businesses and nonprofit organizations to support and improve housing, infrastructure, economic development, planning and resilience. OCD-DRU manages the most extensive rebuilding effort in American history and works closely with local, state and federal partners to ensure that Louisiana recovers safer, stronger and smarter than before.Located in Lafayette Parish, project will result in more than 1, new direct, indirect jobs.
LED honors companies from across state for manufacturing quality and community service. Pending feasibility study, complex would produce methyl methacrylate, a vital building block of acrylic-based resins.Louisiana Economic Development DigiPanels DFS 2014
Online event to identify candidates for positions at nine software and IT companies. Complex at Port of Greater Baton Rouge would create 1, new direct jobs. Brightside Clinic, Everso Systems to create combined 20 jobs in mental health services, technology.
Green ammonia and low carbon projects planned for Donaldsonville Nitrogen Complex. Sessions began in July and August for the innovative peer-to-peer learning program that brings together 10 to 15 business leaders of small and emerging businesses for a yearlong experience of collaborative learning and problem solving. Case Studies.
Seizing growing natural gas market, Sasol creates Louisiana's largest manufacturing project with gas-to-liquid and ethane cracker complex.The Office of Marketing and Agricultural Development, through the Agricultural Economic Development Division, is responsible for administering the financial programs offered through the Louisiana State Market Commission and by providing economic and business development services.
The programs also include loan and loan guarantees. Our economic and business development service can be a valuable resource to assist your needs.
The Division staff includes professionals with a wide range of expertise and experience as well as contacts in government, educational and private sectors. Assistance is available to local and out of state business interests as well as through community and economic development organizations.
Division staff can assist in the identification of various state sponsored incentive programs available to processors of agricultural, forestry and fisheries products. The more widely used programs provide reductions in state and local taxes.
Other programs provide funding for pre-employment or on the job training. Division staff may also assist in the identification of financial resources outside of the programs offered by the LDAF. Search Our Site Economic Development The Office of Marketing and Agricultural Development, through the Agricultural Economic Development Division, is responsible for administering the financial programs offered through the Louisiana State Market Commission and by providing economic and business development services.
Agricultural Economic Development Assistance Our economic and business development service can be a valuable resource to assist your needs.Time and again, Louisianans reach out and help their neighbors in times of crisis.
The Loan Portfolio Guaranty Program is an example of that service. To view program details, click HERE. All small businesses employing under workers are eligible, including day cares, farmers and fishermen.
We especially encourage Main Street businesses such as restaurants to apply. The program is designed to help business owners maintain the continuation of operations as a result of COVID Suggested uses for the loan are to maintain employee payroll for an 8-week period at minimum payroll levels at the time of application for the loan, as well as to maintain continuance of operations within COVID executive orders, proclamations, and relevant state agency guidance.
The need for the loan and use of proceeds must be directly related to the economic injury caused by the COVID pandemic. The specific length of time is determined by the loan amount and the approving lending institution, but is expected to be an expedited process. Guidance from the SBA indicates that participation in this program will not exclude you from eligibility for the PPP or EIDL program as long as loan funds are not used for the same expenditures.
Two application worksheets are being provided for your use as the participating banks will require the worksheets to be completed by all applicants in addition to their respective loan documents. What is the Louisiana Loan Guaranty Program? Who is this program for? Common Questions How can I use the loan funds?
How do I apply? Email LED. Who is eligible to apply for the program? What types of businesses are not eligible to participate in the program? Does the borrower initially contact the bank or lending institution to apply for a loan? Are there any program fees? There are no program fees. How long does the process take? Is there a deadline to apply? Applications will be accepted by banks until December 31, Is there a maximum loan amount? Is there a minimum loan amount? How long do I have to pay the loan back?
The term of the loan can range from 1 to 5 years. Exhibit A-1 Exhibit ACommissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne has a long career of public service. Prior to that, he was secretary of state; a member of the Louisiana Senate for 15 years, where he chaired the Senate Finance Committee; and a member of the Baton Rouge Metro Council.
He brings a wealth of knowledge to the Edwards administration. In this position, Kline is responsible for coordinating and focusing the functions of all state agencies as they relate to integrated coastal protection.
Don Pierson brings more than 27 years of economic development experience into his role as Secretary of Louisiana Economic Development under Governor Edwards. Prior to joining the Edwards administration, he served as the President and CEO of Brown and Associates, a private, global environmental consulting services firm based in Baton Rouge. Jim Waskom is a retired Colonel in the U.
During that time, he was the leader of two organizations directly responsible for the safety and welfare of more than 50, soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, Department of Defense civilians and foreign national workers.
Phillips serves as Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health, returning to LDH after leading health departments in two other states. Ava Dejoie brings more than 15 years of leadership experience in public administration and workforce development to her role as Executive Director of the Louisiana Workforce Commission. Previously, he served as the warden of the Dixon Correctional Institute, beginning in He has worked to promote public safety strategies aimed at reducing victimization and reducing the cost of incarceration while focusing on improving education, job skills and character-based training to reduce the rate of recidivism.
Prior to this, she was a partner at Jones Walker in Baton Rouge, focusing primarily on state and local tax matters. Prior to this appointment, he served as Chief of Staff for the department for the three previous secretaries, under two governors. His career in the state police brought him to Troop F in Monroe inwhere he served as a squad leader for the mobile field force and as a case agent and undercover agent on many narcotics investigations and operations for the Bureau of Investigations.
Retired Col. Strickland is a year veteran of the U. Army, having served two combat tours in Vietnam. For five years, he led the Arizona Department of Veterans Affairs.
Jack B. John Bel Edwards. From until his appointment Montoucet was a Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives for District 42 that includes Lafayette and Acadia parishes. After serving four years under Governor Blanco, and another year under Governor Bobby Jindal, Walters served as Director of the Western and Pacific Child Welfare Implementation Center, a national technical assistance center focused on best practices in child welfare.
Tom was previously the Director of the Technology Assessment Division at the Department of Natural Resources since and also worked at the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality for 19 years. At the Department of Environmental Quality, he served as administrator, overseeing the remediation of contaminated sites from until early The FastLane website is a secure online interface that allows users to electronically send data directly to Louisiana Economic Development. The suspension period applies to deadlines originally falling between March 17, and April 30,subsequently extended to July 24,or a later date set by a future proclamation.
FastLane allows for submission of forms such as applications, advance notifications, renewal request, contract change forms and more for Enterprise Zone, Industrial Tax Exemption, Quality Jobs and Restoration Tax Abatement. The system also features applicant control for guest electronic signing orpayment and a document checklist for each submission.
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If a company has a filing deadline outside of the suspension period before March 17 or, as of now, after August 23then there is no impact, and regular rules pertaining to filing deadlines, including extension requests, apply. LED encourages applicants to continue their program-related filings, and such filings will continue to be processed throughout this time in order to avoid process delays to the extent possible after the emergency is lifted. Filming on Location, New Orleans.