Utilization of Additional Subsidization Report
A report to Congress, on the utilization of additional subsidization to ARRA SRF programs year 2010. Find data summarized and analyzed by median household income, the populations served by loans receiving additional subsidization, and the dispersion of these loans by type. The following conclusions come from each state given the flexibility to fund projects based on the public health needs of their state. Transmissions and Distribution was the category with the most projects receiving additional subsidization. Traditionally, 86% of finances have gone to “construction” which includes treatment, transmission & distribution, storage, and source categories. Most FY 2010 loans and additional subsidization recipients fell under the 51-100% range of community Median Household Income (MHI) in respect to state MHI. This means that 75% of loans were made to communities below or equal to the their state MHI. States are thus prioritizing additional subsidization consistent with congressional direction. The majority (58%) of CWSRF loans with additional subsidization served less than 10,000 people. We infer smaller populations more likely to lack the capabilities of larger assistance recipients. Compare Drinking water with Clean Water subsidies and appropriation amounts, for year 2010. In addition to summary analysis, all recipients, communities, population served, and type of assistance are listed.
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