[T]he Binghamton, New York Press & News-Bulletin ... reported that the small town of Union, New York would receive $578,661 from the [HUD’s Homeless Prevention] Fund, even though "Union did not request the money and does not currently have homeless programs in place in the town to administer such funds."
[T]he Altoona Mirror reported that the small central Pennsylvania town was going to receive $819,000 from the Fund even though Altoona officials "may not have enough of a homelessness problem to use it."
WHP-TV in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania saying the city would receive $855,478 from the Fund, but does not know what to do with it.
The bill's supporters stressed that it included strong oversight safeguards. So Google is a “strong oversight safeguard”?