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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 2

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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 5

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  • Text: Estimated Number of Structures and Housing Units City of Atlanta CiP Field Survey In need of In need of . Minor Maior Total . Standard Repair Repair Diiapidated Structures Residential 97879 66127 Nan-Residential “ 11330 8543 Total . 7102709 __74670 Housing" . ' _ Units 163205 113999 1 ’32412 . ‘ 13807 % 100.0 _.69 9 i9. 9 5‘:]'
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 7

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  • Text: 311'. Joe G. Bchmnc, Chic! Conservation and Rehabilitation Branch Urban Pomona]. Division Housing and Home Finance rrcncy 6L5 Peachtroo-chcnth Building iblanta, Georgia - 30323 Dear Mr. morons: Scmo tim ago at th mquoc‘b cf Er. William R. Wofl‘ord, tho Building Official of! the City of Atlanta, you reviewed the draft of tho ROSA Basic Phasing Code and cu‘mittcfl some cmcnta. Under separate cover, at Hr. Hofford'c mquoot, we have sent to you throo ccmlimcntars' copies of this code: as it. was finally published. ”do am enclosing; a copy of our Publication and Prico List for your information in tho event. you have occasion to rcfcr to this and the 1300A codes in tho areas which you servo. - -.'c very much coprocicbc your taking the timo to consent on ‘41. tho early draft. of this cc and must apologize for not earlier comicicat n; with * co rcgazfiicg this. In the volume of H031: involved it vac impossible for no to commmiccto our apprcciction to everyone. Plocso forgive this oversight. Your comments wore ccccmlly reviewed by the Committee and _ you may find that. some of tilt-‘5; wom incorporated in the code. ' Others may not have can uoori since in tho ovoroll concept. of the Code the cormittcc mg“? have felt. it undocirablo to use them at this time. We anticipate modifications of the code as oxoorionco indicates accessory and this my load to the adoption of 5023 of the thingc proviouclr suggested but. not. accepted by the Comittoc. Tho BGCA Basic Housing Code io prepares! to. be used in con- Junction with tho BOG}. Basic Building Code. Togothor they provide all the: common; authorities for tho minimistration of regulations gcvoming both old and mm buildimc. Thoy arc basca on the policy that. all activities dealing with the buildings in a ccmcnity should cor-ac under the direct. super- vision of the building; official. Housing authorities or similar local public agencies, planning boards and other branches of local government concerned with buildings and their use should have the full cosporooion of the building department in dotonnining the physical condition of the buildings and in such other matters as may be necessary. Violation notices and coroection orders regarding buildings oiould ho issued by one agency only .. lino building doparmnontg-«nalthourja tho fire prevention official may propo‘iy issue notices and orders regarding fire hazards resulting -rom the prooessos of hand.in;o fflcnmablc materials ovor‘ohich he has juris fiction, and the ho 1th official may issue orders regarding sanitation - improper use of sanitazy facilities or unsanitary practices - which. are and or his juris fiiobion. Ho believe that those assu.pticno quite well take coro of all noccosary conditions and that aha? are sound and practical. Under this arrango.nont appeals from gaginiotrativc orders are provided within proper limitations throu3.h provisions of the building code. Such appeals would apply equally to orflors issued in connection with _ corrections under the Housing Code as to those issued under the Building Code. We would Holcomo any further comments you may have in connection with this and tho Insults of your experience or the experience o£ communities with which you may come in contact in its use. Sincorcly'youro, Paul E. Baselar , Executive Director
  • Tags: Box 1, Box 1 Folder 1, Folder topic: Building department | 1964-1966
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 8

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  • Text: November 30, 1964 Mr. W. R. Wofford, Building Official Department of Building Inspector City of Atlanta ' Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Hofford: Below is a report of inspections made on buildings by the Housing Code Division of the Building Department froml November 1, 1964, November 30, 1964. Buildings inspected this month Original Re—Inspections Units Involved Buildings repaired this month Units repaired this month Buildings demolished this month Units demolished this month Better Housing Commission City Attorney Cases Court Cases Amount of fines imposed June 1, 196% -- November 30, 196# Buildings inspected to date Original Re—Inspections Units Involred Buildings repaired to date Units repaired to date Buildings demolished to date Units demolished to date Better Housing Commission Cases to date City Attorney Cases to date Court Cases to date Amount of fines to date through PERIOD 155 1448 289 122 21# #8 10? 35 is ‘27.; 3550 CUMULATIVE 1535 5696 2600 741 l139 220 396 186 365 240 $5512 Verj truly yours, J. S. Buchanan Chief Inspector 4M
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 10

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR 0F BUILDINGS 800 CITY HALL TEL. JA. 2-4463 EXT. 321 ATLANTA. GEORGIA Decent!“ 10. 196‘: mm 0? mwms 3:008!“ cone DIVISIOH - mm, 1954 MIT" rmn mm landings innoctad to data Original. 2.660 2,904 la-Inapaetlm 10,526 . 11.480 3. killings repaired to the: 1.319 1.1540 46. Nu rcpairod to data 2,016 2,200 5. building! mum to duh. 322 352 6. Units “Hand to data 578 630 7. Bath-r non-mg Multan Guu to due I m 314' 8. City Attomy cm: to data 57! 832 9. Cart em: to data 335 366 pl. 2. Units involved #350 5.1“ 19- m of :1... to an a 7.979 t 3.704» I?“ ~1'hru low-her landing hula tuned for: Additions, Alterations a man to 15,000 $4,851,186 Valu- Ialidcntial Building.- bmntion of humus}. Unit- 1,108 fin.-—_.v-ud—‘u.h-- .m arm—“hm“... m..- u-._— Au.“ .uJ. M...
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 11

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  • Text: —<—Cjc:DC 3 CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS 800 CITY HALL _ TEL. JA. 2-4463 EXT. 321 ATLANTA, GEORGIA flouting Codi Entire-an Report of mum at lads need“: 15, 19“ m (a) m. A amid 3mm Court 1: hold ml: Think} and till usher of am hard w: an ability of available perm! ta propan- uul puns: ems. At tin and of m. 19“, 335 Housing Code Cm. but m triad 111 Manual court with tint}. fin“ cf 37,9179 lupus“ by tilt court. (5) W. I. planned ”lunatic mm cod. Mm: pm:- uuch proud“ for mu:- mum. and Mam at all «human mum in aha city by that all a! 1969 In. no. ”I“ in 00!)th with tho Pm W. This man mail:- a! an urn-date Ming mum I!” with prim-i=1.“ mankind for proposed an: of mm: and :- Policy at! PM" Guilt. momswprurnmbmmmwdh chant-but“! Gaunt-co! ch Inn! a! 11m all "£ch to th- rill-Ian Oil-tun In asthma“ of additional pariah-1 urn-“tun tmlnd. A plan-d mtmua gm for floating God. “totem in nun-tin]. 1: ch. City in to an: haiku]. «quiz-nuts far ro- uulfuaiu of Atlanta's WI. m:- for m lull-v.1 1. Inch. 1’55. (1:) m. Attach-d hermit! u a up”: “(luau tha all-bar of limit“: impacted. nuts huh“. human mind. ltd... {glutu thu III-hr of nut:- Lqu m “uranium and unit! to null-uh} banana and than an“: of unit: land for no menu..- of animal “in. Ha Inert h unlit. through “It. 1!“. faucet“ mu mm mm math-mot 1m. Influx-mmmmmmmclmuumu. -—--.-...-.-...—.....____.____..__._._.______._ .___...._.._._._._. 0......- ... ...-__~.‘ “1— -. uur—, .u. .-_1 m ..—n.—.;—...-. —-—1~ Housing code enforcement - Doc. 15, 19“ _ has 2. (d) W. insults at the Housing Code entered-at offer: to deco have prom the and for armor Code provisions. Several mt! to the Housing code Ian recently been “opted to clarify and strontium the code. The mt. Wont at then on: Section 115.12. lo building. pit-hint. electrical or see or other ”unit for on addition, alteration or fl’llt of existing Macedon-d dwelling mil: shall be tuned until ouch tile as on We“. of the property he: boon "do to deter-inn tho feasibility of “Militant! of not: dwelling unit or mito. Section 110.13. Utility union shall not he provided to any niacin; molt outstation-d dwelling unit or any substation! «11mm: boon-ins m until each evening unit: bu been inspected and enough: we min-en with em a... and o valid certificate oi my has been imod. ho- tho adoption of then m: on Juno 15. 19“. through Mr. 196‘. a. We! Inoctrieoi Innate: hoe discounted electrical mice in 1'13 "out, mania“ honing unite; ouch "Moo will on be restored until the “mum in» bone rehabilitate to m: m win-eats of ”a. mm M. ms. (3) W. In order to inspect .11 wheeled-rd “nine within tho city by 1970, 5 additional housing imputat- will be required on provided to: in the pinned oymuo progr- e! flouting God. atom. The budget row to: 1965 mm o romeo: tor the “ovulation-d additional inmotoro cod ooo chm“ mitt... Additional technical inspectors as requested in the 1965 budget are urgently needed. (5) W- It the We of living eolfltiooo all "to: film titanium: the bulked one! of the city in to to mum Min. code Inference: .. not. 15, 1!“ _ rose 3. m mu. can. mm. 1: ie many an: definite and continued ouietenee he obtained {tn other We try pm: reporting of obvious Violette» to the leading me eed 1:er ettion upon condition referred to the. on item within their juridietioo. i'erciculer eeeietme will be required St. the may Devon-eat oe for no clean-up of pro-line end we! of junk automobile: is concerned end tn- the Count-action Report-Int for street end lid-mil: inter-nu them the perils of one mud ottoete in older ereee of the city. The 2m heart-en con mint eetetielly in recording «stately the cube: end general ooeditioo of housing in ereee notified to: ooeeoottoted liming cede m: effort and ty «bonito; the rout of the one: for mm“ treat-out at when lone-I1 projecto. U (e) mm. mm: m heve in. held with up at; Attomy who 1. preterit; legalitie- abet-by the city on proceed “In I.” excite: eehetenderd pm. Mum pent: theoity uprated mm: mm orb-414mm will enlieete difficultioo with out-ohm encore, comet. hometown. etc... ouch heve conned more. So on m1 that mum: resistance can to enacted to require “outinelhwmehmmmmupeflmmt. Mruietiq 1m themflutiufifinittiumutohmwoflwlmmm e eettohctery oolotiom ('0 mall-mitt thorax-III: 1. may dim e! on can eitheet “we old name. 2. I: mining We fieee oboe minim for deletion he“ Motto“. 3. fiWMhti-eeeh-emlemiemudofen «MMMemtieee-ymmmepflerumrt Mill. mmm-m.u,mfi 2.3.4. (.5 W o! the mm is mac-ma: end a e field in which the citinte “View Mttee tell he namely helpful. Penieipotioc by oil um “die. cidemeudhuimemtimemldbeetiuudtowiutepefl melee the no“. end to acute m oooperetion firm the public.
  • Tags: Box 1, Box 1 Folder 1, Folder topic: Building department | 1964-1966
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 15

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  • Text: CIW OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of PLANNING 700 CITY HALL AtIanta, Georgia 30303 December 9, 1965 WYONT El. BEAN PLANNING ENGINEER COLLIER E. GLADIN CHIEF PLANNER To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. . From: Collier B. Gladin {A Subject: Steps to be taken under the City's current Housing Code Comp iance Program. As was stated in Atlanta's 1965 Recertification of its workable program, the greatest disadvantage of the presently adopted Housing Code Compliance Program was having to rely on 1960 housing census data to determine the number of sub- standard housing units that the program faces. This, in no way, compromises the approach of the systematic Housing Code Compliance Program; however, it does make it difficult to determine the actual housing case load and, therefore, the actual number of housing code inspectors needed to accomplish the program during the allotted period of time. The City of Atlanta feels that a careful analytical approach has been made to the problem, together with realistic estimates as to what can be accomplished. The City saw the year 1965 as a trial period for the Housing Code Campliance Program to determine if the estimates were accurate. To this end, Atlanta Personnel and Comptroller Departments have been reviewing the personnel requirements of the Building Inapector Department in general. Administrative changes as they relate to Code Compliance are being considered that will balance housing code inspections with compliance. The Comptroller is recommending that within the 1966 budget three (3) Housing Code inepectors be added along with one Typist Clerk II. This will require an approximate $19,000 expenditure the first year. Considerable progress is being made on Atlanta's first Code Enforcement Project Area. Several areas were considered by the Planning Department, and the Center Hill area of 480 acres and 1031 families has been chosen by the Planning and Development Committee. Hopefully this application will be completed prior to the first of the year. Further, Atlanta has taken the position that through the Community Improvement Program, it will be able to determine precisely its Housing Code work load and, from this, the City will be better able to further deve10p the Housing Code COmpliance Program to a greater accuracy and make any necessary changes in the conduct of the program. Page 2 December 9, 1965 To date through the CIP Atlanta has in her data system approximately 32 bits of information on each of the 110,000 parcels that lie within our boundaries. This information will be in a form that it can be evaluated shortly after the first of the year. This will enable the City to know precisely the number of sub- standard structures that we are dealing with in order that our Housing Code Program work load and deadlines can be properly evaluated. I feel that Atlanta is, and will continue, progressing in an orderly manner to provide her citizens with safe and sanitary housing in which to live and prOSper. W5:
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 18

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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 20

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  • Text: April 22, 1966 MEMORANDUM To: Mr. Collier Gladin From: Dan Sweat Subject: Code Enforcement Project application U I notice in your Neighborhood Analysis section of the Workable Program, you mention that the preliminary Code Enforcement Project application for Federal assistance was prepared for the Center Hill area. If you have an available copy of this application I would certainly appreciate having one for my enlightenment and files.
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 23

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS Atlanta 3, Georgia WILLIAM R. WOFFORD, 13.5.. 9.5. OR OF BUILDINGS ”PE“ July 27, 1966 ELMER H. MOON, E.E., F'.E. ASST. INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS MEMO T0: Dan E. Sweat FROM: w. R-,Hn££9§95o4590/ The attached are some recommendations made by a Committee of questionable Congressional authority concerning building codes. The U. S. Conference of Mayors in the June meeting in Dallas adopted the report by a margin of two votes (something like 38 for, and 36 against, were cast). It is questionable and highly controversial in building code fields. It is a product of some federal people who want a federal building code and are making every effort to get one, but the model code groups, building industry and others are opposing this move. I am acquainted with the Assistant Director, Norman Beckman, who presented the matter before the Mayors' Conference in Dallas and has been plugging the report all ouer the nation. The purpose of promoting the report is purely for the perpetuation of a few high federal government officials. Incidentally, the Department of Housing and Urban Development is taking a more realistic approach by asking the Building Officials Conference of America and other code groups what they think about building codes. These groups have been employed to make reports to HUD concerning building codes throughout the nation. (I attended a meeting last week in Washington where this was discussed with Federal Code officials.) I think some of the high officials prodded Mayor Dailey and others to press for adoption at the Dallas meeting. Since the Dallas meeting, the Advisory Commission is circulating the report, the contents of which are in direct opposition to the view of the model code groups. I am enclosing a copy of my monthly message to the membership of the Building Officials Conference of America. Enc. AYLANTA THE DOGWOOD CITY
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 27

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  • Text: August 29. 1966 To: Mayor Ivan Allen. Jr. From: Dan Sweat Subject: Journal Editorial of August 25, 1966 on Urban Renewal Code Enforcement I talked to Reese Cleghorn of the Journal Editorial Staff Friday about the subject editorial. Reese said he wrote” the editorial and that it was simply a matter of the newspaper's calling attention to code enfiircement practices of the city over a period of. several years and that he felt the time had come to voice the paper's opinion more strongly. He says that it goes back to the establishment of the separate inspections some six years ago and the placing it back under Mr. Wofford. He gave no indication that anyone from the department had talked to him recently but did mention the Lightning situation and the name of Wayne Kelley and Willie Williams which would suggest to me that he possibly has talked to some of the dissidents in Vine City. He said so far as he was concerned the editorial was aimed at Woflord and the enforcement program and not necessarily the people in the Atlanta Housing Authority. Since my discussion with him. I have obtained what I believe to be accurate figures on public housing in Atlanta over the last ten years. I have attached a summary of these figures. You will note a wide gap between the 7. 576 completed housing units and the 20. 994 displaced families. This report does not Mayor Allen Page TWO August 29. 1966 take into consideration the private sector of the housing market and I would imagine that a considerable amount of low and mode rate income private housing has been constructed in Atlanta over this ten year period. I hope that we can document this informtion through our CIP study and I will follow up with the CI? to try to make sure that we can obtain this information. You will note I have shown the total figures and also broken out the units constructed or planned inside urban renewal areas. I am afraid that I would have to admit that we don't show up very well with low income units constructed inside urban renewal projects. However. I don't think this represents the true criteria for measuring the success of our urban renewal program. I do feel, however, that there should be a complete study of our housing patterns and the City policy on low income and moderate income housing construction. The CIP should shed much light on our current situation and perhaps we can use the CIP Housing Study Ls the jumping off point toward a comprehensive housing plan {or the city. D52fy
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 34

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  • Text: A'.'_H-‘1TI‘\. cram-.4. F'.=sT ‘\.'.c: P:::..-. HKYMCNS X, c.-..|:s‘ :...:3 2":1'.“ r. A' Gncch‘r. .c-: Sccnc'uur WILLU‘M H. LENDSAY. JR. ”" '-' tel.“ .r- :w a .:-..CT 3&5 . ”12:1. that“..- Pn:11:.,..>--.u P3nn.:.r.x-AN:A . -urmun-..~¢I:NTS '.I: a: M&1:¥._t'\= 231\V.Pnrs':o.~. ormjr 12;.chch Newman: 5:13:71:- Phi? Pia: V? SENJJ.MIN SAL LCJU A‘Jcnu; Bacionc'rn. .Ntw Toms :EfiHARL‘I T. ASCHENBRAND Cn-EV uc-LD .‘uL Ih-.DZCTGrd DCJ'liE-‘U'.E_J.I‘1C-‘J JcFlSr—Y . LARTELL L'GTCR .1': Gaul-TY L. Mantierio EPO‘NN ' \o comma. .rnifi aux. Mus-.Hua. FRIED J. DA'a’lF.’ :qu. ;t:.:. :ItPsnTI-«E»? fiAdDL-h C:'rr. 1.1.?) Your: vmc: NT b.5415: F-fi;\l .rE‘uflL. RHGCEI 3 Ari-I W'ALTER 5-2. CRAY our. r.-u-.c n-'...r. .-.:'. WA~Tr..\x_ Mar-.Acnostrrs 5‘54.\N'.'r.I-. Vlflad‘hfi CI‘HZJ‘I PIEHKENS aunt? hsrfichan flax-1'. on. mu- IGAN Ffv. " ' eL‘JJOGD 1;; 4n . tr“ exec-mm: Talon-Jo, earns-.1 Car-1:1 STAFF KICCU‘HYE DIREC‘IC ‘4 PAUL. E. Dfiuliv'LET-l Cont. Can-(ikaDh — tic-5.1 369:: Y:;c.~<:u.cm. amt-tron HlLliARD L. EAHE‘IERQON UWNG OYHCIALS 01-1131 rilUCA 117C BEECAGO. ILLINU' 8 5363? n.. Beckman: This is s belated acknowledgment oi your letter of July 26, questing the use of the BOCA membership roster or addressing service for circulution of the Report 05 the Advisory Commission on Inter— governrenta 1 Re lations concerning building codes and making rec-“' tions for the complete restruct‘uring oi the p- esent system by whi building codes are developed and administered. l‘he Nat Council of the Building Officials Conference of America: Co.: erence of Building officials and the Southern Buildir g Code Cong tog ether with the building industry ”eve pointed out that the Report incomplete and based upon information which has nor been adequately backed by foot. From a careful study of the recommendations in the Report, based upon our years of knowledge and experience in the building code activity we believe that the implementation of these recommendations would re— sult in utter chaos and rather than curing the alleged building code activity problems would create new and greater problems. The use of the BOCA meebershi .9 list for distribution of information is restricted by certain conditions established by our Executive Committee. Under these conditions I am not at liberty to release this inform etion for the use of the Advisory Commission on Intergoverne entel ’ ions for the circulation ofi this report. If you desire and so indicate I will be pleased to place thi matter betore our Executive Commjtee at its mid—year meeting in December for a ruling regarding policy. In the meantime I have not the authority to grant the re- quest in your letter of July 26, 1966. 1 V ry truly yours, Paul E. Baseler Executive Director
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 37

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  • Text: Properties Referred to the Atlanta Housing Authority 454 Dover's Alley, s .w. 449 Dover's Alley, s .w. 456 Dover's Alley, s .w. 445 Miller's Alley, s.w. 453 Miller's Alley, s.w. s.w. 405 Chapel Street, 409-A Chapel Street , s .w. 409-B Chapel Street, s.w. s .w. 447 Chapel Street, R- 447 Chapel Street, s .w. s .w. 429 Chapel Street, 412 Markham Stre et, s. w. 414 Markham Stree t, s .w. 416 Markham St reet , s.w. 418 Markham Street, s.w. 420 Markham Stre et , s .w. 4 24 Markham Stree t, s.w. 419 Markham Stree t, s.w. 421 Markham Street, s .w. 448 Markham Street, s.w. 4 22 Markham Street , s. w. s.w. 554 Markham Street , 82 Haynes Street, s .w. 80 Haynes St r e e t , s. w. 72 Haynes Stre et, s.w. 74 Haynes St ree t , s.w. �-2- 76 Haynes Street, S.W. 78 Haynes Street, S.W. 38 Haynes Street, S.W. 89 Haynes Street, S.W. 179 Chestnut Street, N.W. 382-384 Foundary Street, N.W. R-359 Magnolia Street, N.W., #1 R-361 Magnolia Street, N.W., #2 106 Randolph Street, N.E. 448 Whitehall Terrace, S.W. 240 Mangum Street, N.W. 242 Mangum Street, N.W. 238 Mangum Street, N.W. 395 Mayes Street, NoW. 501 Edgewood Avenue, N.E. 718 Capitol Avenue, S.E. 460 Arnold Street, N.E. 457 Arnold Street, N.E. 859 Center Hill Avenue, N.W. 721 Tifton Street, N.Wo 780 Capitol Avenue, S.E. 754 Capitol Avenue, S.E. �
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 53

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  • Text: City 0£ .A tl ~nt · .{OUSL. G COD Pol icy an I. G CO. !l)LIL'CE PROG::'-1:,.;_,1 Pr o c edure Guide 2 '.::.::d::,'c!::: eff orts i1mnediatel y t o sec re µubl ic unders t and i ns o.c ,d benefits of the Housing Co d e Complia nce Program throu gl L .. ,: us e .-a.l s 0.:: )c rs ona l contact, pamphlets, pres s releases and other public i r:L, .:-, .. ;:. .::icn E. ',:;.~x i r:i_,m coo r dination i mmediately \·1 it h all other public a g enci.cs F .:o ';) 1;:: aff2 cted by , and need to assist in , the conduct and results or ::::~- ~:; r ogran1 . c. Co n s ervation of those residential structures in g ood conditio n c o ? ~2v2~= t,, e s p read of blig ht and decay through encouragen:ent of maintenance -~ i:::o:::t s _,1d p rote ction from those conditions s uch as overcrowd ing and ur:a_, .:: ~·,,:, :,: ized conver sion whi ch l ead to blight. ~~habilit ation of al l substandard residential structures whi c h ,) - ....·. .._ y ,.:i.suit able for humgn habitation but where i mp rovements c an be ma~2 .c·..:asonable cost o bring them up to standard gnd where such ren.a;~ :. :'.. i.: .::...o. d es not conflict with other c omr,1unity g oals by 1971. ~ emo : ition within the C~ty limit s of At l anta o f all residenti al s =r~c - ~res 1'. ic h are unfit for human habit a tion and where rehabilitation wc _i u j _ t1 rohi · it i vely expensive or would otherwise conflict with other c o::n::..:.,.it: y boab by 1971. ? ·ievi e:,-; and re - evaluation beg innin g in ·1967 on a continuing basis of t:Dse �rehab ilitation areas which have been treate
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 13

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  • Text: October 5, 1965 Hr. Henry L. Bouden, City Attorney 111% Hilliam-Oliyer Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Henry: In response to your request, I am enclosing a copy of Senate Bill u that was passed by the 1965 Legislature which grants home rule authority to municipalities. Section u, Subparagraph 5 of the Home Rule Act states as follows: "Action affecting any court or the personnel thereof, except any municipal court having jurisdiction only over municipal ordinances." Section 5 of the Act provides that the City has the authority to fix salaries, compensation, expenses. etc.. of their employees, but makes no provision what- soever for the changing of duties of the employees. In a meeting in Mr. Landers' office with you and Miss Dusthimer. we discussed the possibility of changing Miss Dusthiner's title from Chief Law Clerk to some other appropriate title in which we could vest more authority in her position to-consunmate court orders, etc. As you will recall, the position that Miss Dusthimer holds was created as a local act by the Legislature and is codified under Section 5.1.au of the 1965 Charter. This section reads as follows: "There is hereby created in the department of municipal courts in the City of Atlanta the position of chief law clerk, who shell be appointed to office by the chief general judge and shall hold office at his pleasure." The question that I would like to raise to you regarding flies Dustbiner's posi— tion is whether or not we have the authority under either the '62 Home Rule law or the '65 Home Rule law to change her title and her duties. I would appreciate your early answer to this question. Yours very truly, (£9— Charlee L. Davis City Comptroller CLD:CH Enc. CC: Mr. R. E. Landers P’///
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 21

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of PLANNING 700 CITY HALL Atlanta, Georgia 30303 wow 3. BEAN May 26, 1966 PLANNING ENGINEER COLLIER B. GLADIN CHIEF PLJKNNEFI TO: Collier B. Gladin, Assistant Planning Engineer FROM: Jerry Coffel, Planner II SUBJECT: Federal Code Enforcement Program Recently I have reviewed the Center Hill Code Enforcement project materials and discussed it briefly with Woody Underwood, Comptroller's Department. while I was not unaware of them, I again considered the ineligible costs of providing sub-surface community facilities -~ water mains, sewer lines and storm drains. As you recall, the City's action on the project turned on its lack of funds for the last item. The purposa of this memorandum is to provide you with a few additional thoughts on Center Hill. Through the Basic Sewer and Water Program, the City could now obtain Federal funds to provide the needed sewer lines and water mains for the project area. Also, the Regional Office has indicated once that it anticipated that storm drains would be made an eligible project cost in the 1966 housing amendments to the code enforcement program. At the present time, the Comptroller's Department is preparing bond issue statistics based on our preliminary estimates for Center Hill; this includes the cost of financing the ineligible cost items. If the bond issue is passed on this basis and the storm drains become an eligible project cost, the City would gain an additional $60,000 in Federal funds and would release an additional $60,000 in bond issue monies. - Now I think we can initiate two actions to get the Center Hill Project underway. First, it will be most apprOpriate for the Mayor's Office to centact CongreSSman Weltner to enlist his assistance and influence in modifying the 1966 housing legislation to make storm drainage work eligible cost items in the Code Enforce- ment Program; this could be begun by transmitting a copy of this recommendation to Dan Sweat, Director of Intergovernmental Relations, for his reaction. The second action involves coordination with the Water Department and Construction Department to insure that the cost of needed water mains and sewer lines in Center Hill are included in their application under the Basic Sewer & Water Program. I believe the only improvement in their applications related to the Center Hill area is an additional water main along the Bankhead Highway. The best means of accomplishing this action would be to get Dan's support in getting an amendment to the existing City's application to H.U.D. Collier B. Gladin May 26, 1966 Page 2 In essence, what I am suggesting for you to consider is meeting the needs of Center Hill by influencing the 1966 housing legislation and coordinating the use of another Federal aid program by two other City departments. No Small undertaking I agree. However, it can reasonably be accomplished and the City's financial obligation in Center Hill lessened. If you think the ideas have merit, we should probably talk them over with Dan Sweat. 9WW
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 29

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR 0F BUILDINGS ' 800 CITY HALL TEL. JA. 2-4468 EXT. 321 ATLANTA. GEORGIA August 31. 1966 Mr. Henry L. Bordon, city Attorney 1114 William 011w: Building Atlanta. Georgia 30303 But Mr. Bordon: On July 6, 1966. I wmto to you taking that an ordinance be prepared along tho lines of the Hay-Juno Grnnd Jury Pro- mm: in ordor to roquiro a porfomo bond of homo immanent mtrtctnro. from nodal chum-a available to proporo tho “ordination“! ordinance for tho City of Atlanta. I would appminto tho curly droning of the ohm ordimco in ordor that 1!: can In prountod to tho Board of Alderman. Vary truly youth. H. I. Holtord Building oumu mat cc..Mr. R. Earl Landers P I undontood that curtain information on being colloctod
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 38

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA MUNICIPAL COURT General Division 165 DECATUR STREET, S. E. - JAckson 4-7890 Atlanta 3, Georgia EDWARD T . BROCK Assoc i at e Judge September 29, 1966 ROB ER T E. JONES T . C . LI T T LE Assoc i ate Judge C hi ef J udge Mr. Earl Landers, Administrative Assistant to the Mayor, City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia. Dear Earl: There has been some discussion between the Building Inspectors' Office and the Court regarding the Urban Renewal. I am enclosing herewith a copy of the letter that Mrs . Colette Dusthimer, who prosecutes these cases, has sent to Col. Malcolm Jones. Mrs. Dusthime r has discussed this problem with Mr . Bob Lyle, of the City Attorney's Office, and I am sure he will discuss the matter with you. The copy of the letter enclosed is simply for y our information. In the future, if any controversy comes up regarding the Urban Renewal Program where the Courts ·are concerned, I would appreciate it very much if you would give me a ring and allow me the opportunity of discussing. the matter with you . With kindest regards. Sincerely yours, ~- R. E . Jones , Chief Judge, MUNICIPAL COURT, General Division , City of Atlanta . REJ/dj Enc l osure �
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 40

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  • Text: I, October 3, 1966 D-R AFT M EMORANDUM To : M ayor I v an Allen, Jr. From: Dan Sweat Subje ct: L :-w Income H using Program, City of A tl anta In accordance with your verbal d irection of Septe mber 28 , 1966, the following program i s recommended to meet the requirenients outlined for acceleration of the City's hous ing code c omplian ce program an adequat e and devel opment of :io:xasri:Ewp:J supply of l ow inc ome housing . The program as outlined herein is deeitmed to accomplish two major objectives: 1. Relocation of a maximum number of low income families from the worst slum areas and demolition of substand rd structures prior to J une 1, 1967. 2. A cceleration of construction of authoi-ized public housing �Page Two units and d e ve l opment of new publi c hous i ng r e sour ces with tar get d ate s of June 1, 196 7, and J une 1, 1968 . In o r der to a cc omplish t hese goal s the following maj or re c omme ndati on s must be c ons i der e d : 1. A d opti on by the May or and B oa r d of Aldermen of a s tr on g polic y o f Ho u sing C ode Enfo rcement and is sua n ce of a clear implementing directive to a ll offici a l s charged w ith such i mplem e n tation and opera tion of t he Housing C o d e C ompli ance Program. (C opy cf proposed policy a tta c hed) 2. The Housing Code Compliance Policy adopted January 1, 1965 , be revi sed to provide for priority treatment to "cle a r a n c e , code enforcement" areas and firm designation of Title I Urban Renewal r as on a 2-year maximum delay schedule . (Copy of prope sed revision att ched.) 3. A d dition of minimum of 14 new positions in the Housing C ode C ompliance Division, including 10 additional inspectors and four cleric employees . 4. Adoption by the Atlanta H o using Authority of an innov tiv d energetic progr m of public housing using all v il bl resource �Page Three of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, including lease and pur chase of renovated private hous i ng under the ' 'turnkey" pr o gram. 5. Encouragement of and assistance to private,,. non-profit and profit housing developers by the Atlanta Housing A uthority for the c onstruction and d evelopment of private and semi-public housing resources for low income and moderate income families , utilizing the 11 221" programs as well as private capital. 6. Imm.edi te review of all pending and authorized public housing projects and initiation of necessary action ·to complete all scheduled proFcts prior t o June 1, 1968. �
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Box 1, Folder 1, Document 41

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  • Text: October 13 , 196 6 MEMORANDUM To : Mr . Bill W o fford From : Dan Sweat Thanks for the copy of Dr. Weaver's speech to the Building Officials C onference . He had some interesting ren~arks which I am certainl y glad to get for my file . DS :fy �
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