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    Advisory Boards

    Montgomery County CDBG Advisory Boards

    As part of its annual funding process for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, Montgomery County meets with two (2) advisory boards, which make recommendations based upon the applications received from local jurisdictions. These boards include representatives from local jurisdictions, programmatic target areas and populations, civic organizations, and the business community.

    The advisory boards are the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) and Countywide Citizens Advisory Committee (CCAC). Please see additional information, including the current membership, below:

    Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC)

    Composition: Eleven Members: five (5) appointed by Township Trustees; six (6) appointed by Mayors and Managers Association. The majority switches with each three (3) year term.

    John Applegate  City of Union 
    David Hicks  City of Moraine 
    Keith Johnson City of Miamisburg 
    Doug Orange  Butler Township 
    Gerald Peters  Perry Township
    Dave Seagraves  City of Brookville
    Tom Sears  Village of Farmersville
    Eric Smith City of Englewood 
    David Woods Harrison Township
    Steve Woolf Clay Township
    Tom Zobrist  Washington Township

    Countywide Citizens Advisory Committee (CCAC)

    Composition: Up to 12 appointees; four (4) represent Community Development target neighborhoods, four (4) appointees represent poor, elderly, handicapped and/or minority County residents; and up to four (4) appointees represent the business and civic community. There are currently five (5) vacancies on the committee

    Ora Allen 
    Marvin Gephart
    Scott Hayes, Sr.
    Ricky Robinson
    James Stahler
    Alberta Taylor
    Tom Weaver

    Recommendation Process

    Montgomery County Community Development staff and the advisory groups review all CDBG applications received for content and completeness. The advisory boards then deliberate and establish final project recommendations. This recommendation, which includes funding levels and any special conditions, is submitted to the County Commissioners for approval.  

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