ESG Funds to Decrease in Cities

This was the funding levels for Fiscal year funding published by the Department of Housing and Urban Development on May 30, 2013.  These would be distributed in Cleveland beginning in October 2013.

Emergency Solutions Funding Cuts for Selected Cities in Ohio

City

Fiscal Year 2012

Funding

Fiscal Year 2013

Funding

Percentage Change

in Funds

Akron

$536,153

$405,432

-25%

Cincinnati

$101,7671

$811,284

-21%

Cleveland

$1,875,230

$1,462,082

-22%

Columbus

$506,123

$459,457

-9%

Dayton

$497,275

$374,967

-25%

Toledo

$610,343

$498,959

-18%

Youngstown

$315,245

$243,624

-23%