February 19, 2018 Southlake, Texas
Note; LNO will be requesting an overview of how funds have been spent in Capriglione’s Authorized Representative status from the Federal Government via FOIA.
Pacesetter Texas Filing: 2013 Pacesetter filing: Pacesetter Texas filing 2013
Pacesetter CDC, Inc. Texas Filing: 2015 Pacesetter filing: 2015 Pacesetter filing
Giovanni Caprilione is sole signer on request to O’bama Government for $30,000 for “Many communities have been left with a shortfall of financial support and are unable to pursue desperately needed projects, leaving residents to fall even further behind.” See Letter Here:
Letter from Govt to Giovanni Capriglione
Note Capriglione is listed as the only signature as the “Authorize Representative”, not listed on any Corporate filings in Texas as an Officer of Pacesetter CDE Inc.
Below is the original News Release from 2009 with monetary grants not in Blue Below Pacesetter CDE, Inc. in Texas.
Treasury Awards $1.5 Billion Through Recovery Act to Encourage Private Sector Investments in Communities Around the Country
Awards Announced Under New Markets Tax Credit Program
Boston, MA – Just 100 days since the President signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Recovery Act), Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner today announced $1.5 billion in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) awards for 32 organizations throughout the country. With resources made possible through the Recovery Act, the NMTC Program injects private-sector capital investment into communities around the country to create jobs, stimulate economic growth, and jumpstart the lending necessary for financial stability. The awardees announced today are planning investments in renewable energy projects, charter schools, health care facilities, manufacturing companies and retail centers.
“The Recovery Act was a crucial step toward restoring economic growth, getting Americans back to work, and strengthening our nation’s financial stability” said Secretary Geithner. “Many communities have been left with a shortfall of financial support and are unable to pursue desperately needed projects, leaving residents to fall even further behind. The New Markets Tax Credit program helps break that cycle by providing an incentive to invest in communities to break ground on new projects, create jobs, and offer much needed services.”
The 32 organizations receiving awards have identified principal service areas covering 33 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The NMTC Program, established by Congress in December 2000, permits individual and corporate taxpayers to receive a credit against federal income taxes for making qualified equity investments in investment vehicles known as Community Development Entities (CDEs). The credit provided to the investor totals 39 percent of the cost of the investment and is claimed over a seven-year period. A majority of the taxpayer’s investment must in turn be used by the CDE to make qualified investments in low-income communities.
Secretary Geithner’s announcement was made today at Project Hope, a New Markets Tax Credit award recipient in Boston, MA. Secretary Geithner was joined by Massachusetts Governor Duval Patrick and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund Director Donna Gambrell. A division of the Department of Treasury, the CDFI Fund, administers the NMTC program.
“We are here today at Project Hope because it’s a shining example of how the New Markets Tax Credit can be utilized to transform communities and improve the quality of life for the local residents,” said CDFI Fund Director Donna J. Gambrell. “Through $4.8 million in New Markets Tax Credit financing, the center we are gathered at today is providing expanded adult education, job placement and career development services and is also Roxbury’s first certified green building.”
To date, close to $12 billion of private-sector capital has been invested through the NMTC Program into urban and rural communities throughout the country. Data reported through 2007 shows that $9 billion dollars of NMTC capital has been invested into approximately 2,000 businesses and real estate developments – helping to develop or rehabilitate over 68 million square feet of real estate, create 210,000 construction jobs, and create or maintain 45,000 full time equivalent jobs at businesses in low-income communities.
A complete list of the 32 organizations selected and additional information on the NMTC Program can be found on the CDFI Fund’s web site at: www.cdfifund.gov.
2008 NMTC Program Recovery Act Awards
- List of Allocations
- Overview of Allocations
- States Served
- Profiles of Allocatees
|Name of Allocatee||Headquarters||Service Area||Predominant Market||Allocated Amount|
|AHC Community Development, LLC||Cleveland, OH||National||CA, DC, FL, IL, NV, NM, VA||$55,000,000|
|Albina Equity Fund, I LLC||Portland, OR||State-wide||OR||$10,000,000|
|Bethany Square LLC||Santa Monica, CA||Local||CA||$10,000,000|
|California Urban Investment Fund, LLC||Oakland, CA||Local||CA||$20,000,000|
|Capital One Community Renewal Fund, LLC||McLean, VA||Multi-State||LA, MS, TX, NY, NJ||$90,000,000|
|Capital Trust Agency Community Development Entity, LLC||Gulf Breeze, FL||State-wide||FL||$75,000,000|
|Capmark Community Development Fund LLC||Denver, CO||Nation-wide||CA, CO, FL, KY, LA, MI, TX||$85,000,000|
|Carver Community Development Corporation||New York, NY||Multi-State||NJ, NY||$65,000,000|
|CCG Community Partners, LLC||Princeton, NJ||National||CA, FL, LA, MO, NJ, NC, TX||$20,000,000|
|Charter Facilities Funding, LLC||Denver, CO||National||AZ, CA, CO, NY, NC, OR, TX||$20,000,000|
|Chase New Markets Corporation||New York, NY||National||AZ, IL, MI, NJ, NY, OH, TX||$85,000,000|
|Commercial & Industrial Community Development Enterprise , LLC||Norwalk, CT||National||AR, CA, GA, ME, MS, MT, OR||$85,000,000|
|Community Development Funding, LLC||Columbia, MD||National||LA, MD, MS, NY, PA, PR, WA||$20,000,000|
|Empire State New Market Corporation||New York, NY||State-wide||NY||$30,000,000|
|Enterprise Corporation of the Delta||Jackson, MS||Multi-State||AR, LA, MS, TN||$20,000,000|
|ESIC New Markets Partners LP||Columbia, MD||National||CA, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NY||$95,000,000|
|Harbor Bankshares Corporation||Baltimore, MD||Local||MD||$50,000,000|
|Heartland Renaissance Fund, LLC||Little Rock, AR||State-wide||AR||$55,000,000|
|Kitsap County NMTC Facilitators I, LLC||Silverdale, WA||State-wide||WA||$20,000,000|
|MetaMarkets OK, LLC||Oklahoma City, OK||State-wide||OK||$25,000,000|
|NCB Capital Impact||Arlington, VA||National||CA, DC, MA, MI, NY, OH, TX||$90,000,000|
|New Markets Redevelopment LLC||Oklahoma City, OK||Local||OK||$50,000,000|
|Northeast Ohio Development Fund, LLC||Cleveland, OH||Local||OH||$30,000,000|
|Opportunity Fund (formerly Lenders for Community Development)||San Jose, CA||Local||CA||$35,000,000|
|Pacesetter CDE INC||Richardson, TX||State-wide||TX||$30,000,000|
|Rockland Trust Community Development Corporation||Rockland, MA||Multi-state||MA, RI||$50,000,000|
|SBK New Markets Fund, Inc.||Chicago, IL||Multi-state||IL, MI, OH||$35,000,000|
|Solomon Hess Loan Fund, LLC||McLean, VA||National||CA, FL, IL, MI, NJ, NY, TX||$50,000,000|
|Synovus/CB&T Community Reinvestment, LLC||Columbus, GA||National||AL, AK, DC, GA, MA, NY, TX||$50,000,000|
|Urban Development Fund, LLC||Chicago, IL||National||AL, CA, FL, IL, LA, MS, TX||$65,000,000|
|Vermont Rural Ventures, Inc.||Burlington, VT||State-wide||VT||$30,000,000|
|Wayne County – Detroit CDE||Detroit, MI||Local||MI||$50,000,000|