This morning, the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) officially launched and is open for applications. This program was created from the $100 million Coronavirus Relief Fund established by the Walz/Flanagan Administration to help prevent evictions, prevent homelessness, and maintain housing stability for eligible renters and homeowners. Local administrators will review applications from individuals and families requesting assistance, verify eligibility, and process payments for eligible expenses on behalf of households.
Please note that Scott County has also invested a significant amount of CARES Act funding towards these purposes, and will be working in conjunction with local CHAP Administrators to provide direct assistance opportunities to households that don’t otherwise meet the criteria for CHAP.
Do you need help paying for housing-related expenses?
Qualified renters and homeowners who are unable to pay for certain housing-related expenses; including rent, mortgage, homeowner’s insurance, lot rents and utility costs may qualify for assistance.
To apply you will need the following documentation to submit with your application:
•Proof of job loss, furlough or lay off
•Verification of current income (paystubs, benefit letter, proof of unemployment)
•Proof of balance owed for rent, mortgage and/or utility bill (include account number)
•Who the check should be made to and where payment should be sent (name of Landlord, property management company, or utility company)
•Copy of Signed Lease Agreement
•Further information or verification may be requested
Daim ntawv kuj muaj yam siv lus Hmoob, Somali thiab Mev. Yog xav siv daim ntawv no yam siv ib hom ntawm cov lus no, hu rau 211 rau txoj kev pab (Hu: 211 los yog 651.291-0211 Hu Dawb: 800.543-7709).
Foomkan waxaa la heli karaa isagoo ah afafka Hmoonga, Soomaaliga iyo Isbaanishka. Si aad u hesho foomkan isagoo mid afafkaas ah ku qoran, kala xiriir 211 gargaarid (Wac: 211 ama 651.291-0211 Khadka lacag la’aanta ah: 800.543-7709).
Este formulario está disponible en hmong, somalí y español. Para acceder a este formulario en uno de esos idiomas, llame al 211 para obtener asistencia (Llame al: 211 o 651.291-0211 llame gratis al: 800.543-7709).
It’s been about 4 years since owner Kathy Lapic took over at
Water Street Antiques in historic downtown Jordan. Water Street is a regular
contributor to downtown events such as Ladies Night Out. The City of Jordan is
proud to make Water Street Antiques business of the week this week.
About the Business:
“Water Street Antiques is so much more than just an antique
store, it’s also a history museum, trip down memory lane, educational
institution, and upcycling center for some wonderful items.” – Kathy Lapic
You’ll find beauties from the 19th century, international
pieces, mid century modern, primitives, clocks, jewelry, lighting, tools,
advertising, garden, and more!
Saturday, May 18, 2019 – Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course, 21775 Ridges Drive, Jordan MN
Schedule of Events Event:
11:15 AM-12:45 PM Lunch Reception:
11:45 AM-12:45 PM National Anthem
1st Bag Toss: 12:15 PM
Bags Tournament Start: 12:30 PM
Shotgun Tournament Start: 1:00 PM
Complimentary Reception: 5:00-6:00
Banquet: 6:30 PM
Program/Auctions: 7:00 PM – (Open to the Public)
Pricing of Golf & Bags: Pricing Golf: $110 per person (limited to the first 120 registered golfers)
Bean Bags: $50 per person (limited to the first registered 36 teams of 2) Banquet Only: $30 per person (limited to the first 150 registered guests – all ages)
Our Story Continues;
On June 2, 2017, at the age of 21, Nick lost his battle with mental illness.
Many people who know Nick credit him for always being there for when they were suffering and struggling; he would drop everything to be there for a friend in crisis. Even with the support of his family, partner Brian, close friends and though he tried to help himself by reaching out for help by getting psychiatric care and medication, in the end, the lies told by mental illness took him from us.
It is because of Nick that we are continuing “his story” by joining forces with NAMI MN to raise awareness for mental illness and erase the stigma associated with suicide.
For more information about NAMI Minnesota, go to their website – www.namihelps.org.
We welcome you to join us in our efforts to raise money for mental illness awareness, suicide prevention, education in schools and to support our charitable partner, NAMI Minnesota.
Remit Form and Check Payable to The Nickel Open Fund: P.O. Box 161 Jordan, MN 55352
The Internal Revenue Service recognizes The Nickel Open Fund as a section 501(c)(3) organization (EIN: 82-5196694).