The Neighborhood Purpose Grant (NPG) Review Committee is responsible for soliciting as well as receiving, reviewing and submitting NPG applications from not- for-profit community and charitable organizations and local governmental entities and agencies. The Committee shall also be responsible for developing a well-defined procedure for review of NPG applications, including standards to be memorialized in the Standing Rules. Such standards shall include, but not be limited to, geographic benefit to Stakeholder Community, requiring applicant to submit adequate data to determine credibility of organization and proposed project and weighing amount of funds requested against amount budgeted for NPGs for any given fiscal year. Committee’s jurisdiction will remain until all forms are submitted to City and project is complete.
André Stojka, Chair
Travis Longcore, ex officio
The Neighborhood Purpose Grant Committee conducts its business by reviewing and prioritizing agenda requests for Board action (generally either in the form of a motion or letter) or announcements submitted by stakeholders, governmental entities and other interested individuals and organizations. The Administrative Committee has the discretion to postpone an request, refer it to a specific committee for review and recommendation, treat it as an announcement or consider and resolve it as a non-Board administrative matter.
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