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Please see the below links for the additional information submitted by the Proposers:
SoHum Housing Opportunities received 4.6.2021 (PDF)
AHHA received 4.9.2021 (PDF)
Please see the below PDF for the notes and recommendation of the ad hoc committee of the Housing Trust Fund and Homelessness Solutions Committee, March 18, 2021:
Please see the below links for the PLHA Proposals received on or before 4:00 p.m., March 12, 2021:
SoHum Housing Opportunities Proposal (PDF) and AHHA Proposal (PDF)
Yes, the total award is $144,668. The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors designated $144,668 of Permanent Local Housing Allocation 2019 funding be used for assisting persons who are experiencing homelessness or at-risk of homelessness with the adoption of Resolution 20-61. Please see the second paragraph of Section 2.2 Program Objectives and Local Funding Priorities of the RFP for further details.
This is a new State program so the County does not have year-over-year data at this time. Based on similar funding programs, however, the County anticipates three or so proposals will be filed.
Case management activities associated with permanent supportive housing would be eligible in accordance with Section 301(6) of the Permanent Local Housing Guidelines. In accordance with the cited section, eligible assistance for persons who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness, includes, but is not limited to, case management services that allow people to obtain and retain housing.
We have made Attachments A and B available in Microsoft Word. The file can be edited and is available for download.
Current version of Word here:/DocumentCenter/View/93408/Attachment-A-and-Attachment-B-DOCX.
For Word 97-2003: /DocumentCenter/View/93410/Attachment-A-and-Attachment-B-DOC-WORD-97-2003
Section 3.2 of the RFP states,
"In order to be considered for award of a PLHA Agreement pursuant to this RFP process, Proposers, and all proposed subcontractors, must be incorporated as a designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which is exempt from taxation under Subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code or a local or tribal governmental agency, except for any city, including a charter city, which are ineligible organizations".
My company is an S-corporation. Can my company be a subcontractor?
The County must follow the language of the RFP. Under RFP Section 5.6 “Right to Reject Proposals”, the County reserves the right to waive, at its discretion, any irregularity, which the County deems reasonably correctable or otherwise not warranting rejection.” (emphasis added).
Subcontracting with a legal entity that is not designated as 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which is exempt from taxation under Subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code may only be allowed if the County makes a finding that the proposal is so compelling and necessary that the S-corporation status should be considered an irregularity not warranting rejection of the proposal.
Organizations may form partnerships in order to implement PLHA activities. Partnerships need to be disclosed in the submitted PLHA proposal.