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File #: 19-6687   
Type: Resolution
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 9/12/2019
Posting Language: Resolution approving the acceptance of additional grant funds in the amount of $52,161.00 from the Office of the Governor for the Safe Neighborhoods Program for a total amount not to exceed $132,153.00 for twelve months beginning October 1, 2019 which will fund two temporary case workers for the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District’s Stand Up SA Program. [Colleen M. Bridger, MPH, PhD, Assistant City Manager; Jennifer Herriott, MPH, Interim Director, Health]
Attachments: 1. Stand_Up_SA_Safe Neighborhoods_Budget Revised 08.14.2019, 2. Draft Resolution, 3. Resolution 2019-09-12-0055R
Related files: 19-6131

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Jennifer Herriott, MPH, Interim Director



A resolution authorizing the acceptance of additional funds for the Safe Neighborhoods Program, CFDA No. 16.609, in an amount not to exceed $52,161.00 for a total of $132,153.00, for 12 months beginning October 1, 2019 and ending September 30, 2020.


This resolution authorizes the acceptance of funds from the Office of the Governor, for the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District's (Metro Health's) Stand Up SA Program to increase capacity to establish meaningful, collaborative, and sustainable partnerships within targeted neighborhoods and educate the public regarding methodologies to reduce gun violence and recidivism, in an amount not to exceed $132,153.00 for 12 months beginning October 1, 2019.

Furthermore, this resolution authorizes the Director of Metro Health to initiate, negotiate, and execute any and all necessary documents and a grant contract to effectuate the acceptance of the referenced grant, and to execute contract amendments pertaining to this contract, to include a) carry-over funds, when ascertained and approved by the funding agency through a revised notice of award; b) line item budget revisions authorized by the funding agency; c) modifications to the performance measures authorized by the funding agency and listed in the contract so long as the terms of the amendment stay within the general parameters of the intent of the grant; d) no cost extensions; e) amendments which will provide supplemental grant funds to the grant by the funding agency in an amount up to 20% of the total amount awarded to the grant; f) reimbursement increases of administrative funds for each participant served; g) amendments funding one time equipment purchases or defined program services; and h) changes in regulations mandated by the funding agency.


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