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Proposed Rule
Community Reinvestment Act Regulations
12 CFR Part 345, RIN 3064-AD60 - PDF  
Comment Period End: July 26, 2010 -
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Hearings
Proposed Rule: Community Reinvestment Act Regulation Hearings (RIN 3064-AD60) - PDF

Public Hearing Dates:
    1. July 19, 2010--Arlington, Virginia
    2. August 6, 2010--Atlanta, Georgia.
    3. August 12, 2010--Chicago, Illinois.
    4. August 17, 2010--Los Angeles, California.

Written Comments Accepted Through August 31, 2010

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Submitted for

 Hearings   

01. Gregory Squires, George Washington University, Washington, DC - PDF
02. Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development, New York City, NY, Dave Hanzel - PDF
03. Green for All, Oakland, CA, Shasa Curl - PDF
04. National Community Reinvestment Coalition, John Taylor, Washington, DC - PDF, Second Comment, & NCRC Standard Letter - PDF (115 comments)
05. Lawrence White - PDF
06. Community Development Bankers Association & CDFI Coalition, Jeannine Jacokes - PDF
07. National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders, Dorothy Broadman - PDF
08. Enterprise Community Partners, Terri Ludwig - PDF
09. American Bankers Association, Marie Mann Bibbs - PDF
10. Calvert Foundation, Lisa Green Hall - PDF
11. Mercy Housing, Inc., Julie Gould - PDF
12. MainStreet Bank, Herndon, VA, Jeff Dick - PDF
13. Action Housing, Inc, Pittsburgh, PA, Lawrence Swanson - PDF
14. Working in Neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Ohio, S. Barbara Busch - PDF
15. Communities United for Action, Cincinnati, OH, Marilyn Evans - PDF
16. Calvin Bradford & Associates, Calvin Bradford - PDF
      Additional Comment - PDF
17. New York University, Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, Sarah Gerecke - PDF
18. Local Initiatives Support Corp, Michael Rubinger - PDF
19. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Commissioner of Banks, Steven Antonakes - PDF
20. Consumer Federation of America, Washington, DC, Barry Zigas - PDF    
21. New York Law School, Justice Action Center, Richard Marsico - PDF
22. Poverty & Race Research Action Council - PDF
23. Citigroup, Inc., Bob Annibale - PDF
24. New York City Department of Consumer Affairs, Jonathan Mintz - PDF
25. Center for American Progress Action Fund, Sarah Wartell - PDF
26. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Wade Henderson - PDF
27. People United for Sustainable Housing, Aaron Bartley - PDF
28. Ohio Bankers League, Michael van Buskirk - PDF
29. National Fair Housing Alliance, Debby Goldberg - PDF
30. Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project, New York, NY, Sarah Ludwig - PDF
31. National Bankers Association, Michael Grant - PDF
32. Community Economic Development, Legal Aid Foundation of LA, Barbara Corkrey - PDF
33. Creative Investment Research Inc., Washington, DC, William Cunningham - PDF
34. The Financial Literacy Group, Washington, DC, Dan Iannicola, Jr. - PDF
35. South Carolina Appleseed Justice Center,  Columbia, SC,  Clanitra Stewart - PDF
36. Lone Star Investment Advisors, Dallas, TX, Arthur Hollingsworth - PDF
37. Mission Economic Development Agency, San Francisco, CA, Luis Granados - PDF
38. Massachusetts Community & Banking Council - PDF
39. Boston Private Bank and Trust Company, Boston, MA, Esther Schlorholtz - PDF
40. New York State Banking Department, New York, NY, Richard Nieman - PDF
41. Council of State Community Development Agencies, Dianne Taylor - PDF
42. Wellston Community Support Assn, St. Louis, MO, Lucille Walton - PDF
43. North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony & Justice, Florissant,MO, Dr. Rance Thomas - PDF
44. Missourians Organizing for Reform & Empowerment, St. Louis, MO, Lynn Oldham - PDF
45. MOKAN CCAC, St. Louis, MO, Yaphett El-Amin - PDF
46. Center for the Accelerating of African American Business, St. Louis, MO, Eddie Davis - PDF
47. Human Development Corp, of Metropolitan St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, Jacqueline Hutchinson - PDF
48. Justine Peterson, St. Louis, MO,  Robert Boyle - PDF
49. NAACP St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, Adolphus Pruitt I - PDF
50. Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing Opportunity Council, St. Louis, MO, Will Jordan - PDF
51. CDFI Coalition, Washington, DC, Jeannine Jacokes - PDF
52. Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California, Dianne Spaulding - PDF
53. Historic Tax Credit Coalition, John Leith-Tetrault - PDF
54. National Association of Industrial Bankers, Salt Lake City, UT, Frank Pignanelli - PDF
55. Coastal Enterprises, Inc., Wiscasset, ME, Ronald L. Phillips - PDF
56. Housing First, New York, NY, David Muchnick - PDF
57. Money Management International, Ivan L. Hand - PDF
58. American Bankers Association, Robert Rowe - PDF
59. Maine Housing, Augusta, ME, Dale McCormick - PDF
60. DHIC, Raleigh, NC, Gregory Warren - PDF
61. New Markets Tax Credit Coalition, Washington, DC, Robert Rapoza - PDF
62. National Rural Housing Coalition, Washington, DC, Robert Rapoza - PDF
63. Corporation for Enterprise Development, Washington, DC, Andrea Levere - PDF
64. Association for Enterprise Opportunity, Connie Evans - PDF
65. Cities for Financial Empowerment, Jonathan Mintz, Josť Cisneros - PDF
66. The Financial Literacy Group, Dan Iannicola, Jr. - PDF
67. Regional Housing Legal Services, Glenside, PA, Mark Schwartz, Rachel Blake - PDF
68. WNC & Associates, Irvine, CA, Wilfred Cooper, Sr. - PDF
69. National Development Council, Robert Davenport - PDF
70. Community Development Corporation Resource Consortium, Dayton OH, Agaytha Corbin - PDF
71. Greater Rochester Community Reinvestment Coalition, Rochester, NY, Ruhi; Maker - PDF
72. New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, Manchester, NH, Benjamin Frost - PDF
73. ACCION Chicago, Jonathan Brereton - PDF
74. JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, New York, NY, Lela Wingard Hughes - PDF
75. Union Bank, NA, Julius Robinson - PDF
76. National Association of Industrial Bankers, Salt Lake City, UT, Frank Pignaneilli - PDF
77. Southern Regional Community Reinvestment Corporation, Orlan Allen - PDF
78. Sofia Quinones - PDF
79. Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporation, Boston, MA, Joseph Kriesberg - PDF
80. Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group, Pittsburgh, PA, Bethany Davidson - PDF
81. Miriam Tell, Albany, NY - PDF
82. PathStone, Hubert Van Tol, Rochester, NY - PDF
83. Chicago Community Loan Fund, Chicago, IL, Calvin Holmes - PDF
84. CASA of Oregon, Newberg, OR, Peter Hainley - PDF
85. Philadelphia Association of Community Development, Philadelphia, PA, Rick Sauer -  PDF
86. California Coalition for Rural Housing, Sacramento, CA, Dewey Bandy - PDF
87. Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council, Wilmington, DE, Rashmi Rangan - PDF
88. Consumer Action, Washington, DC, Ruth Susswein - PDF
89. Housing Research & Advocacy Center, Cleveland, OH, Jeffrey Dillman - PDF
90. Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance, Dorchester, MA, Thomas Callahan - PDF
91. Richard Rodriguez - PDF
92. University Neighborhood Housing Program, Bronx, NY, Gregory Lobo Jost - PDF
93. Arizona Housing Alliance, Phoenix, AZ, Valerie Iverson - PDF
94. Green For All, Oakland, CA, Cecilia Estolano - PDF
95. National Congress of American Indians, Washington, DC, Jacqueline Johnson Pata - PDF
96. Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Dayton, OH, Stanley Hirtle - PDF
97. Independent Community Bankers of America, Washington, DC, Lilly Thomas - PDF
98. Independent Bankers Association of Texas, Austin, TX, Christopher Williston - PDF
99. The Financial Services Roundtable, Washington, DC, Rich Whiting - PDF
100. International Bank of Commerce, Laredo, TX, Dennis Nixon - PDF
101. Seacoast Capital, Tom Gorman - PDF
102. NexGen Capital Partners, Chicago, IL, Lawrence Manson - PDF
103. City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, Gerry Miller - PDF
104. Brook Venture Partners, Wakefield, MA, Frederic Morris - PDF
105. East Bay Housing Organizations, Oakland, CA, Amie Fishman - PDF
106. Affordable Housing Investors Council & seven other organizations - PDF
107. Sallie Mae Bank, Murray, UT,  Denise Hughett - PDF
108. Kenneth Thomas, Miami, FL - PDF
109. National Community Reinvestment Coalition, Josh Silver - PDF
110. Citigroup, Inc, New York, NY, Carl Howard - PDF
111. National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders - PDF

Proposed Rule

01. Catherine Nagel, City Parks Alliance, Washington, DC - PDF
02. GeoDataVision, Wallingford, CT, Len Suzio - PDF & Additional Comment - PDF
03. City of Cleveland, Ohio, Rose Zitiello - PDF (2 comments)
04. National Community Reinvestment Coalition, John Taylor, Washington, DC - PDF
05. Jonathan Rose - PDF
06. Removed.
07. Jennifer Alston, Madison, WI - PDF
08. JPMorgan Chase, Lela Wingard - PDF
09. American Bankers Association, Washington, DC, Robert Rowe - PDF
10. Enterprise Community Partners, Washington, DC, Adrienne Quinn - PDF
11. New York State Banking Department, New York, NY, Richard Neiman - PDF
12. Greater Rochester Community Reinvestment Coalition, Rochester, NY, Ruhi Maker - PDF
13. Conference of State Bank Supervisors & American Council of State Savings
Supervisors, Washington, DC, Neil Milner & Doug Foster - PDF
14. Independent Community Bankers of America, Washington, DC, Lilly Thomas - PDF
15. National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders, Washington, DC, Judy Kennedy - PDF
16. National Housing Trust, Toby Halliday - PDF
17. Neighborhood & Housing Development - PDF

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