UDAG

AcronymDefinition
UDAGUrban Development Action Grant
UDAGUser-Defined Aggregate
UDAGUrban Design Advisory Group (Vancouver, WA)
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The characteristic form of the EPR spectra of superfine carbon-containing products of UDAG, carbon fiber, PTFE TGD-synthesis indicates the presence of charge carriers with a long relaxation time.
Typically used in many UDAG projects, this approach is increasingly employed when local incentives are sought by the developer.
White took office in 1990, the community was engulfed by a new recession and facing a period where federal UDAG and Community Development Block Grant funds, as well as state support for local programs, had decreased significantly.
The $80 million development package that the Alden Corporation ostensibly plans to share with the City of Burlington will be partially financed by a low-interest loan from the city if CEDO receives a much hoped for $23 million UDAG grant.
Dommel et al., Decentralizing Urban Policy (Washington, D.C.: Brookings, 1982) for analyses of the implementation, respectively, of UDAG and CDBG during the 1970s.
The four were identified as Salman Udag Sambitory, Jabbar Rikta Macacua, Elias Kamote Pimping and Jalil Alilit Sani.
"The "Apartment at Nautica," which were made possible in part through a $1.5 million Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG), offer an attractive price in a very convenient location," said Mayor White.
The bill calls for a discretionary program modeled after the Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) program, the Neighborhood Leveraged Investments for Tomorrow (LIFT).
The four- identified as Salman Udag Sambitory, Jabbar Rikta Macacua, Elias Kamote Pimping and Jalil Alilit Sani - were arrested by policemen early Sunday, with the help of civilians, who identified them as those who hastily came out of the victim's family house, said Vice-Governor Haroun Al-Rashid Lucman of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
The President said the UDAG (Urban Development Action Grant program) was a good program--"it worked." He said it was unconscionable for the federal government to have policies which could exacerbate the problems of cities:
Housing & Community Development: The budget proposes an 18% increase in grants for community and economic development, but with many proposed changes affecting cities and towns: reauthorizing the CDBG program at $4.2 billion-- a cut of $200 million from the current level--and using the $200 million for a targeted Son of UDAG program.