Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership (TNP) is requesting ARP funds for a burn remediation project.

According to a PDF sent by TRP, the organization has a three-pronged approach to burn remediation: preventive repair, renovation and demolition.

TRP is requesting funding for the completion of home repairs and/or necessary accessibility modifications for homeowners. The projected cost averages $10,000 per owner, with each project capped at $15,000.

This will be for 75 properties totaling $750,000 in home repair financing.

In addition, TRP requested funding to carry out environmental rehabilitation and demolition of degraded and abandoned residential properties. The projected cost averages $15,000 per property.

This will be for 100 properties totaling $1,500,000 in demolition financing.

Finally, TRP is requesting funding for the renovation of derelict vacant properties ending in resale to owner-occupiers. The funding would be used to cover the difference between rehabilitation and resale costs.

The projected cost is an average of $30,000 renovation compensation per property to cover the difference between rehabilitation costs and the sale price. This will be for 50 properties totaling $1,500,000 in renovation financing.