OCAF

AcronymDefinition
OCAFOconee Cultural Arts Foundation (Watkinsville, GA)
OCAFOntario Cultural Attractions Fund (est. 1999; Canada)
OCAFOklahomans for Children and Families
OCAFOvarian Cancer Alliance of Florida
OCAFOffice of Community Affairs (Washington, DC)
OCAFOvarian Cancer Ascitic Fluid (oncology)
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"Our investment in the OCAF program will create good jobs and help keep our province open for business and open for jobs by making Ontario a more attractive place to visit."
"OCAF, with its unique structure, is able to support cultural tourism in Ontario to ensure economic impact, job growth and community development in small and large communities across the province."
This means that repayments replenish the fund and allow OCAF to invest in even more projects.
The OCAF will be determined by HUD, and the adjustments may either increase or decrease previous rent amounts.
It would appear that HUD is trying to avoid increasing future rents using the OCAF adjustment factor to above-market rents, as was the case prior to MAHRAA.
"There are forms immediately available in the library for people to fill out." According to Frefonke, "OCAF has never followed that procedure." Instead, the group has preferred to complain directly to the volunteer commission that runs the library system.
"The law doesn't make any exceptions based on literary or scientific value," observes OCAF's Anderson.
The entire process from OCAF's complaint to the confiscation of the tapes took less than 72 hours.
"OCAF is thrilled to be a partner by supporting marketing campaigns that will bring tourists to large and small communities across the province.
OCAF helps strengthen tourism, which boosts local economies, creates jobs and draws visitors to communities across the province.
Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund (OCAF) investments are partially repayable loans.