COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY


Marian Russo - Executive Director

To E-mail the Director Click here.

CDA telephone number: 475-8851


The Incorporated Village of Patchogue Community Development Agency (CDA) was established in 1980. It is Federally funded by the Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The basic purpose of the CDA is to help low to moderate income people. The Patchogue Village CDA is limited to helping those income eligible village residents.

The mission of the Village of Patchogue Community Development Agency is to provide a suitable living environment and viable community for all Village residents. Through the development of community improvement projects its hope is to provide safe, decent and sanitary housing conditions for very low-income families.

The CDA meets on the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at the Patchogue Village board room. The public is invited. Check Calendar for 2013 CDA Board Meeting dates.



The Village Mayor and Board of Trustees appoint the members of the CDA board. Currently, the following citizens serve on the board:


Elizabeth Marino - Chairperson
Joseph E. Keyes Jr. - Village Trustee
Toni Dean
Ernest Swinson
Donald R. Wachsmuth
Jason R. Volini

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICE STAFF

Carmen Maldonado - Section 8 Program Administrator

To e-mail Carmen Click here.

Nadia Iniguez - Housing Counselor

To e-mail Nadia Click here.

Paul Felice - Section 8 Inspector

Veronica Harris - Account Clerk

To e-mail Veronica Click here.

GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE

Donald R. Wachsmuth - Chairperson
Toni Dean
Joseph E. Keyes, Jr.
Elizabeth Marino
Ernest C. Swinson

AUDIT COMMITTEE

Jason Volini - Chairperson
Joseph E. Keyes,Jr.
Elizabeth Marino
Ernest C. Swinson
Donald R. Wachsmuth

CDA PROGRAM

Please contact the CDA office and ask for the Executive Director Marian Russo. To qualify for any direct benefit programs, you must currently live within the Village of Patchogue. In addition, your total household income must not exceed certain levels. There are also other non-direct CDA sponsored programs, which everyone in the community derives some benefits.

SECTION 8

The Housing Choice Voucher Program administration by Carmen Maldonado assists lower income families and senior citizens in meeting their rental payments. This program requires landlords to keep the housing stock in sound physical condition. The waiting list is currently closed.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DOCUMENTS

2011 ANNUAL REPORTS

2012 ANNUAL REPORTS

2013 ANNUAL REPORTS


HELPFUL LINKS

NYHousingSearch.gov is a FREE public service provided by the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), the New York State Department of Health (DOH) and Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (OMRDD). NYHousingSearch.gov allows people to locate available housing that meets their individual and family needs at a rent they can afford. It can be accessed online 24-hours a day and is supported by a toll-free, bilingual call center 877-428-8844 staffed M-F, 9-8 Eastern Time.
Click here for more information on NY Housing Search.
 
 
CDC LI

CDC of Long Island is committed to making dreams of long term economic stability come true. Whether one dreams of owning a home, sustaining affordable homeownership, starting or expanding a business, or acquiring financial management skills, they can help make one’s dream a reality. Click here for more information on the CDC of Long Island.
Also, to view their Housing Resource Booklet click here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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