$230,689 to help continue providing four community police officers to patrol low- to moderate-income residential areas.
$183,376 to the Community Housing Resource Board. Of that, $155,726 is to operate the Home Store and $27,650 is for fair housing activities.
$90,000 for second mortgages for participants of the state's Smart Growth "40 at 4 percent" homeownership program. The first 4 percent mortgage and second mortgage allow participants $500 down payments on a home, said George Andreve, manager of the city's Department of Community Development.
$52,600 for Washington County Community Action Council to help provide food and financial assistance to families during emergencies and to help pay for salaries and materials for fair housing case management services, including landlord-tenant relations, mortgage default and pre-purchase counseling.
$25,550 for Senior Living Alternatives Inc. to help provide meals to 30 low-income frail senior citizens.
$25,000 for Habitat for Humanity to buy property on which to build or renovate homes for qualified low-income families.
$21,000 for Parent-Child Center Inc. to help continue educating low-income housing residents about parenting, nurturing and child self-esteem.
$10,000 for Food Resources Inc. to buy and store food so member agencies can draw on it as needed at half price to help low-income families.
$9,000 for the Live Near Your Work program, which provides $3,000 to employees of participating businesses to buy a home in the community in which they work. The state, city and employer each give $1,000.
Only one person has taken advantage of it in Hagerstown, Andreve said.
$5,000 for Hagerstown Neighborhood Housing Services Inc. to help pay for operating expenses, such as the director's salary.
$2,580 for Hagerstown Fire Department to provide free smoke detectors to residents in the West End, downtown, Northwest Central Hagerstown and Southeast Central Hagerstown.