The ICFA board approved a $90,000 loan to Augusta Communities LLC, a non-profit public benefit corporation.
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While we tend not to think much about our networks of street lights, these systems typically represent a city’s single largest energy cost item, draining as much as 60% of a city’s electricity budget.
At the August 2013 ICFA Board of Directors meeting, a motion was approved to finance a $17 million bond refunding a 124-site, all-age mobile home community.
At the ICFA board meeting on July 31, 2013, the board of directors voted to extend the Community Outreach Program and increase the amount donated to local charitable organizations.
ICFA is excited to announce that the total amount donated to local charities has now reach $25,000 as another donation has been made to Boy Scout Crew 419.
When it comes to home ownership, study after study confirms what civic leaders have know intuitively for a long time: communities prosper when residents own their homes.
ICFA hosted a booth at the recent California Contract Cities Association’s 54th Annual Municipal Seminar in Indian Wells, CA.
Last fall, when Super Storm Sandy wrought disaster on the east coast, Lynwood Council Member Jim Morton decided it was time his city reviewed its procedures for supporting residents in the wake of a natural disaster.
As a joint powers authority (JPA), ICFA is empowered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist home buyers with down payments.
SEWO Is a community-based nonprofit formed with the purpose of empowering local women and their families. They provide educational seminars and host domestic violence prevention conferences, as well as providing emergency food, clothing and shelter to women and children in need.