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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 4

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  • Text: CITY OF A.TLANTA CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING COLLIER B. GLADIN, Director January 10, 1969 ? Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: ~ · In developing a new Housing Code Compliance Program th~epartment and Building Department are convinced that a city-wide field survey of housi~·~f · conditions must be conducted in the second quarter of 1969. A new survey is the only way to obtain the information necessary to es tab I ish the Ieve I of accomplishment of the original Housing Code Compliance Program and to develop realistic priorities for housing code inspections for the next several years. No accurate or complete information has been maintained on housing condition changes with in the city since the 1965 Community Improvement Program Survey, and an efficient, new program cannot be developed from obsolete management information. Both the Building Department and Planning Department believe the proposed survey will facilitate the development of a more effective Housing Code Compliance Program. In short, there is no other way to quantitatively and qualitatively measure the level of accomplishment of the first five year Housing Code Compliance Program, to wit: which areas have been stabilized; which areas have regressed; which areas are continuing to decline and for what reasons; which areas require more constant survei I lance than that provided to th is point; how can we more effectively apply our personnel and what additional personnel will be required to halt slum and blight development and spread, etc. Who should undertake the proposed survey? For several reasons, the two Departments feel that Housing Code Inspectors are ideally suited to conduct the necessary field survey: �Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. -2- January 10, 1969 I. The original five year inspection program has been accomplished ahead of schedule. Al I of the original inspections have been completed. What remains are uncomplied cases which can be assigned to the Sector Inspectors, plus handling city-wide inspections on a complaint basis. Thus, the Concentrated Area Inspectors would be in a logical position wherein they could begin immediate preparations for the proposed field survey. 2. The proposed field survey must be initiated in the next few months. HUD · requirements on the Workable Program provide for a Housing Code Compliance Program. The Workable Program must be recertified in September, 1969 and current information is essential to its preparation. Since the survey will take at least three months to complete, actual field work must begin by the first of March at the very latest to be of greatest use. Consequently, time being a major factor we must use those personnel most familiar with the type of information being sought. 3. The inspectors are better qualified than anyone else in the city to conduct a Housing Conditions Survey. They have inspected the city's houses for five years; they know what to look for and can be quickly trained in survey techniques because of thei_r background in housing terminology, conditions and experience in meeting the public. 4. The inspectors will be required to furnish continuous informat_ion to keep the survey data updated. In other words, their observations during the course of later inspections wi 11 be fed back into the central record keeping system to keep the housing conditions statistics current. The experience they wi 11 gain while conducting the survey will be invaluable training for this future role, and 5. The inspectors will gain valuable familiarity with all areas of the city during the survey which will be of use to them at a later date when they are making inspections and attempting to obtain comp Iiances. Since the present program is running ahead of schedule relative to original inspections, it is recommended that extensive time and manpower be devoted to uncompl ied cases in order to gain more lasting compliances prior to initiating any new program . As soon as the field survey techniques an d policies are developed, ten of the inspectors would be assigned to the su rvey . Thi s would leave the other ten inspectors to concentrate on obtaining compliances and to cover city - wide inspections on a complaint basis. The ten �Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. -3- January 10, 1969 inspectors on the survey team can completely cover the city in three to four months, enabling the Planning Department to use this information in developing a new Housing Code Compliance Program. In turn, the new Housing Code Compliance Program can be incorporated into· the 1969 Workable Program. A more complete and detailed explanation of the contents of this letter is contained in 1rHousing Code· Compliance Program: Interim Proposal, 1969. 11 Background material is contained in 11 The Housing Code Comp Iiance Program: Background and Present Situation (Problems and Recommendations for Action)." Both of these · are products of departmental staff and attached hereto. We seek your endorsement of this proposal. If further explanation or additional information is required we wil I be pleased to meet with you at your convenience. Sincerely, ~~t~~ Collier B. Gladin Planning Director ~~ -7c"'70~ William R. Wofford Building Official CBG/WRW/jp Attachments �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 14

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  • Text: February 17, 1969 Mr. Jae W . Cris ey Fulton Plumbing Col'Ilpany 443 Stonewall Street. S . W . Atlanta, Georgia 30313 Dear Mr. Crissey: May I acknowledge receipt of your letter of February 14 regarding a recent ordinance affecting plumbers to connect appliances. Your indicated enclosure was not with your letter, however. I am. asking Mr . B ill Wofford, Building In pector. to furnish me with a report. I will in turn furni h you with a detailed report of the ordinance upon hearing from M r . Wofford. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. lAJr:hdt �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 15

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  • Text: f l . TELEPHONE 688-1456 I February 14, 1969 ! I Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia I i Dear Sir: It is with deepest concern that this complaint is forwarded to youo A person can suffer just so much bureaucratic oppression before something has to be done. I am attaching a copy of a letter recieved by us around the first of the year. This is based on an ordinance adopted by the aldermanic board and approved by you on December 16 and Dece mber 18 respectively. This particular amend ed section of the code is not practical to perform or to enforce, this seems to be entirely harass ment of the citizens of this city who use gas, and for any plumber or person involved in connecting of appliances. If this section of the code is retained it will be necessary for us and I am sure, many other contractors, to discontinue the practice of connecting heaters, gas dryers or gas ranges. The performance of work under the conditions :·of· the amendment would be orohibitive for us and for our customers. • When citizens want their work done we will have to tell the m that the City of Atl a nta Government has made it impos sible for ' us to per for m such wor k , we will send them a copy of y our ordin ance and advise them to tak e their case to the source of the oppressive legislation . We would a p precia te an opp ortun i ty to discuss this with y ou and t o e x plain the i mp ossible situation that this presents . W. ~ (~ / CrisseyJ JWC:DS Enco -· �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 17

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR Of BUILDINGS 800 CITY HALL TEL. JA. 2-4463 EXT. 321 ATLANTA, GEORGIA t.'cb 17 , 1 969 MEMORANDill4 TO Y...arl A. Bevins J a ck C. Delius Ray A. Nixon Paul ieir FROM W.R. Woffo~ Gentlemen : In J uly, 1 966 , in accordance withe memor ndum f rom Mr . Landers we established a policy of holding plane i n the Building Department fo r a thr e-day period o that they could be reviewed by represent ative of your department who would come to t he Building Departu1ent each orning for that purpose. Mo.et of you are sending repr esentative to tho dep rtment ae previously arranged. However, the three day waiting period fr~quently seems top as without a repr s ntative from eom d partm nte revi vtng plans on file. When this happens, w arc re.quiring th contractor to contact your offic and secur approval. from you . So e of the contractors have objected to being sent to various other City dep rtmen , part~culnrly tho e located in the City Ball Annex, inc they claim this is n inconvenienc to th If you are not now ending a re r sent tive to the Buildin, D p rtment ea h mornin to cb.Gck plane on fi1, I wish you would do o ; oth rwi c. I hall b compelled to is u a building p rciit wh re the pl have remained on fil for p riod of mor than t hr d y contractor requ ats pproval. cc . . Mr • • Earl Land rs �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 21

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  • Text: - / OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS Atlanta, Georgia 30303 ) / March 21, 1969 j r. . i. /,L (,{_.1--· ,-• ,,· -· ~ JAM ES A. SMITH WILLIAM R. WOFFORD, P.E . , R.A. CHIEF HOUSING CODE INSPECTOR INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS E,LMER H. MOON, E.E., P.E. ASST. INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS Memorandum for File From: • ~fll ·!',.;.~,c.··v·""' Mr. J. A. Smith, Chief Inspector Friday afternoon at 2 :00 P.M. Mr. Wofford asked me to attend a meeting with him. At the meeting were the Mayor, Mr. Sterns, -Mr. Gladin and Mr. Openshaw. The meeting was called because of the letter from Mr. Wofford to Mr. Landers requesting advice as to whether the Building Department should mail notices to owners to complete repairs to structures, residential structures located within the Markham-Haynes and Lightning Areas. It was pointed out that this would probably be and conflict with the zoning in the area. In the discussion that followed, it was decided that the proper method to follow would be for us to proceed with mailing the notices to the owners for full code compliance and then when owners came in to obtain permits, they would be informed of the need for obtaining a variance in zoning to allow repairs to be made. At this time, owners would be referred to Mr. Gladin who would set up a meeting before the Zoning Va riance Committee with no charge to be paid by the owners. Then, after the Vari ance Committee agreed for the repairs to be made, then the Building Official would be clear to issue permit for said repairs. We are planning to proceed with the mailing of notices to gen eral owners throughout these areas and in the case of Mr. Andrew Stephens, who is one of the major owners in the area , we plan to take a slightly different approach. Mr. Stephens last Thursday advised me that he was anticipating a loan from Mills B. Lane, C & S Bank, to proceed with the repair of probably every other structure which was owned by Mr. Steph ens. He indicated that a definite plan might be submitte d to Mr . Wofford fo r permits to be 'issue d on the se prope rties judged s uita ble for repairs by him during the week beginning March 17th. In view of this, both Mr . Wofford and my~elf fe lt that it might be well to hold Mr. Stephen's notices in the office at least until the latter part of the week of the 17th to see if plans are submitted for permits issuance. If this does not take place, I plan to contact Mr. Stephens and as k that h e come by the office or tha t I be allowed to meet with him at hi s conve nienc e to serve the notic es o f repairs to him in person and po s s ibly di scu s s an amica ble me thod of r each ing a successful conclusion to our problems in this area. AT LANTA T~ E DO G WOOD CITY �-2- / i I \ In rehabilitation areas other than those of the current action year, ~he City Building Department will part icipate i n response to compliants undertake invest igation based on any information that indicates a need for early in spection. New Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accordance with Department personnel capability and on a full code compliance basis. or Demolition Policy - Model Neighborhood Area The Atlanta Housing Authority i .s f-u liy -responsible for demolition act_i vi ties in NDP current year cl earance action are as . When emergency situations occur necessitating prompt action on particular structures in the clearance areas, the City Building Department will become involved by referral from the Atlanta Housing Authority. '· . <- • In demolition areas other - than - those - o ~ - current ye ar action areas, the Building Department will become involved only on a compl iant basis. Full code compl ianc e will be effected with the exception that generally no installation of additional equ i pmen t or facilities will be required. A possible exception will arise if it is determined that the failure to install add itional e qui pment may result in immediate jeopardy to the health , s afety on general welfare of inhabitants in a structure. -Assistance in the determination of· this exception may b e re·queste d from a "technical b o a rd II to b e f developed in conjunction with the Model Cities Hous ing Ce nt e r and NDP Project Office. / Staff ' It has b een furth er concluded that if a t all possible the Model Cities Program should provide some code enforcement staff t o supplement the limited personn el resourc es of the Building Department in the Model Neighbo rhood Area. I JLWJr:b ah / cc: Mr. Willi am Wilk es Mr. James Smith ·Mr. Eric Harkness -1-f. ,. J __ . , - ,., , _.t, I . .' , I _;1-f'•-v. .,---. .. _..-:./ . �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 23

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  • Text: HOUSING CODE ENFORCENENT POLICY N.D.P. Areas March, 1969 N.D.~. - Planning Areas ·No concentrated code enforcement will be undertaken. The Building Department will act upon complaints and undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for an early insp e ction. · New Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accordance with Department personnel capability. Full code compliance will be effected with the exception that generally no installation of additional equipment or facilities will be required. N.D.P. - Rehabilitation Areas ·-Tfie- Aflanta··Hous·ing· Authority is · responsible for property improvement efforts in current N.D.P. Action area s. When the N.D.P Area is activated, current cases which are being enfo r ced by the Building Department will be refe_rred to the Atl anta Housing Authority with copies of histories. Consideration of the use . of possible three percent loans or Federal Gr ants will then be made by the Authority in an effort to comply the property. When the Atlanta Hou s ing Authority is unabl~ to obtain satisfactory rehabilitation of properties,· documented case histories will be referred to the City Building Department for continuation and further enforcement · procedures . case . In rehabilitation ar e as other than those of the current action year, the City B~ilding Dep a rtme nt will act in response to complaints, or undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for e a rly inspection. New Housing Code cases will be unde r taken in accordance with Department personnel capability and on a full ~ode compliance ba sis. N.D.P. - Demolition Ar e as Th~ Atlanta Housing Authority . is responsible for demolition activities in NDP current year clearance action are a s. When emergency situations occur necessitating pro mpt action on pa rticular structures in the clearance areas, the City Building De pa rt ment will become involve d by refer ral from the Atlanta Housing Authority. In demolition are a s proposed for second year action areas, the Building Depart men t will become involved only on a compl a int ba sis . Full code c ompli a nc e will be ef fe ct ed with the exc e ption that ge ne rall y no ins talla tiori of addition a l equi pme nt or f a cilities will be requir e d. A poss i ble exceptio n will aris e if i t is de te r mined that the failur e to i n s t all additio na l equip men t may r e sult in i rnrnedi a ~e j e op ardy t o the heal th , s a f e ty o r genera l we l far e o f inh abi tants in a st r uctu re. I n de mo l i ti on areas proposed f or the t hi rd, fo urth and fif th a c ti on years, .the Ci ty Bu i ld i ng Departme nt , e t c. will part icip ate i n res po ns e t o \ �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 27

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  • Text: \ - .·.-·~'- __.::.-~__.;,-~-· ·/ \ April 2, 1969 Memora ndum ·r o: From: Re: Mr . Ivan Allen ,. Meyor Mr . W. R. Wofford,. Building Off icia l Proposed H0t..l~ing Enforcement roU.cy in all NOP Areas Recently , you requested that a revi sed t)Olicy on Housing Enforcement activities in the City's Urban Ren~~a l or NDP Pro• gr.sm Areas be present~d for your review. The po licy voul d apply to al l projects in t he planning pha se and in the active phase ,. and as denoted in the attached 1'Pclicy , March , 196911 • Upon your approval, we plan to bring the policy before the nuitd l ng Cormnittee , the Plann ing nnd Development Committe.... and then befo1.·a the Board of Aldermen f or :f ormal adopt ion . WRW: lm Enclosure '?: �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 30

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  • Text: I CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS 800 CITY HALL Atlanta, Georgia 30303 WILLIAM R . WOFFORD, P . E., R.A. March 21, 1969 INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS CHARLES M. SMITH, E . E. ASST. INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS • MEM OR AN DU M TO: The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. FROM: W.R. RE: Suggested reply of letter to Mr. Jack W. Crissey Wo f ~ I have your letter of March 18, 1969, with re ference to the testing of gas piping. The Building Departments Chief Plumbing Inspector, Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Spurlin of the Heating Division have reviewed your letter together with the previous letter you wrote concerning gas piping and advises that the ordinance to which you refer does not require testing on existing gas lines and that only new gas l ines instal led is required to be tested and approved before it is used. Mr. Mitchell, Chief Plumbing Inspector, advises that he has discussed this matter with Mr. Hansen of your firm,who is a member of the Plumbing Examining Board and is familiar with the aforementioned provisions. The matter has also been discussed and approved by the Plumbing Advisory Boarq. I want to assure you of our cooperation in anyway possible but I believe you have misinterpreted the ordinance. -If you desire any additional information, the Building Department will be glad to provide it for you. �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 31

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  • Text: FROM: Ivan Allen, Jr. D For your information D Please refer to the attached correspondence and make the necessary reply. D , FORM 25·4 Advise me the status of the attached. �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 39

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  • Text: II 0 HOUSING CODE ENFORCEMENT POLICY N.D.P. Areas March, 1969 N.D.P. - Planning Areas No concentrated code enforcement will be undertaken. However, new Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accordance with Department personnel capability. The Building Department will act upon complaints and undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for an early inspection. Full code compliance will be effected with the e~ception that generally no installation of additional equipment or facilities will be required. N.D.P. - Rehabilitation Areas The Atlanta Housing Authority is responsible for property improvement efforts in current N.D.P. Action areas. When the N.D.P. Area is activated, current cases which are being enforced by the Building Department will be referred to the Atlanta Housing Authority with copies of case histories. Consideration of the use of possible three percent loans or Federal Grants will then be made by the Authority in an effort to comply the property. When the Atlanta Housing Authority is unable to obtain satisfactory rehabilitation of properties, documented case histories will be referred to the City Building Department for continuation and further enforcement procedures . In rehabilitation areas other than those of the current action year, no concentrated code enforcement will be undertaken. However, new Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accordance with Department personnel capability. The Building Department will act upon complaints and undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for an early inspection. Full code compliance will be effected. N.D.P. - Demolition Areas The Atlanta Housing Authority is responsible for demolition activities in NDP current year clearance action areas. When emergency situations occur necessitating prompt action on particular structures in the clearance areas, the City Building Department will become involved by referral from the Atlanta Housing Authority. In demolition areas proposed for second year action areas, no concentrated code enforcement will be undertaken. However, new Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accor dance with Department personnel capability . The Building Department will act upon compaints and undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for an early inspection. Full code compliance will be effected with the exception that generally no installation of additional equipment or �(2) 0 facilities will be required. A possible exception will arise if it is determined that the failure to install additional equipment may result in immediate jeopardy to the health, safety or general welfare of inhabitants in a structure. In demolition areas proposed for the third, fourth and fifth action years, no concentrated code enforcement will be undertaken. However, new Housing Code cases will be undertaken in accordance with Department personnel capability. The Building Department will act upon complaints and undertake investigation based on any information that indicates a need for an early inspection. Full code compliance will be effected. N.D.P. - All Areas Requests for Building Permits exceeding value of $500 for single unit structure, or $300 per unit for duplex or multi-unit structure must be accompanied by a recent work write-up or contract made by Atlanta Housing Authority, a recent Housing Division notice or a letter stating the facts regarding the structure. �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 44

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  • Text: April 1~, 1969 M is s Wilma R . Surls 2918 Kimmeridge Drive East Point, Georgia 30344 Dear M iss Surls : M ay I acknowledge receipt of your letter of April 10 c alling my attenti on to the hazardous condition of a building on Highland Avenue and Glen. Iris Drive . M ay I as ure you that we are investigating the bullding at this site and the nece s ry step will be ta.ken to eliminate this condition. Sincerely, Ivan A llen, J r . IAJr:hdt �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 52

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  • Text: AND SUPPLY COMPANY MANUFACTURERS I FABRICATOR ~ D I S T R I B U T O R S • S T E E L A N O A L U M I N i_j M. BUILDING PRODUCTS• WAREHOUSE STEEL ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO GENERAL OFFICES POST OFFICE BO X 17907 • 9 33 KIRKWOOD A V ENUE , S . E . ATLANTA, GEORGIA 3031 6 • TELEPHONE 523 - 2711 April 11 , 1969 Mr . Romer Pittman , Assistant Chief Plumbing Inspector Plumbing Department Atlanta City Hall 68 Mitchell Street , S . W . Atlanta , Georgia 30303 Dear Mr . Pittman: I want to thank you for the manner and promptness in which you handled the situation which occured today at our affiliate company , Southern Pipe & Supply Company at 159 Northside Drive , N. W . - --. -- Your promptness and diplomacy in handling the situation is commendable and we are most fortunate in having men of your callbar in our city government . I am , however , still concerned , Mr . Pittman , with the threats made by your inspector , Mr. C. L. Haliburton, by telephone to our manager , Bobb Clark and am still concerned with the fact that Mr. Haliburton has threatened our manager with writing a citation or the threat of standing in the door and following everybody out. This, you are aware, we cannot condone. We will not be intimidated in the matter and it is necessary that I put your office on notice that should we have any future problems of this nature we will have no choice but to seek legal remedies to protect our business. We ·have been in business since 1933 and have always cooperated to the fullest extent and have the highest respect for your department and we in tum expect the sam consideration by your personnel. In the future should there be any question relative to our bu iness that is of interest to your department I would appreci te your eelng that all inquirt s are directed to the writer personally. MEMBE R �'.) As a matter of record Southern Pipe & Supply plumbing license and performs absolutely no stallation work, however, we do reserve the please and to recommend qualified people to Company does not have a plumbing repair work or inright to sell to whom we do installation or repair work. Assuring you of our desire to continue to cooperate with you in every matter. Very truly yours, STEIN STEEL & SUPPLY CO. Milton O. Stein President MOS/na cc: Honorabl Ivan Allen, Jr. , Mayor Atlanta Ctty Hall 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 55

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  • Text: CITY OF .ATLANT.A CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant 7 MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison MEMORANDUM TO: Dan Sweat FROM: J. H. Robinson SUBJECT: 1600 Dixie Avenue 9 DATE: May 6, 1969 f(. {?... Dan, you will find enclosed information concerning the apartment complex located at 1600 Dixie Avenue, S. E. JHR:bt Enclosure �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 56

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  • Text: . 1 Hay i, 1969 (.) Mr. J .1-1. Ffo.nis::1n 245 Thixd St. s.E. Atlontn 1 Georgia 30317 ~: 1600 D:t~(iE! . l-1.VC .. $.E. ..-·· . .· · ' .. ::· ·_ .,,.,,,. - De..'1r Hr. Flnn$.g~1.n: . I I Your recc:nt; inquiry concen1ing the Hurphy Apartments ll.'.i.S for:\1.:2rded to this office. Ort April 10, 1969. we. h~ci' su~11one:d Hl"'. Thoino.s Reaves; owner of these properties, into Hun:i.c:i.pnl Court fo"J.· viofotiort of just about nll of the sections of tha Housing Code. ~-..·.- lle appenred before Jud3c Robc1:t: Sp~irks and was given n $500.00 i.,uspendecl fine and 90 days to fully cornpJ.y with the Housing Code. You f!,j_y ~c.$t,: ftSsu-red, that ut the t!ncl of the 90 ,fay pc1.'ie:
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 59

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  • Text: 1Y I / CITY OF TLANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS 800 CITY H ALL T E L. JA. 2-4463 E XT. 32 1 ATLANTA, G E ORGIA · y 16~ 1969 Mr .. a .. a. a · lton, Jr-. Jim«> co t.r:ucti.on com ny Bole 6527 ,. St tion~ Ht • tl nt, G rgiil , 30315 D r Mr . H ltont R. , ,;ty Hall . nnex Ill 1' ' inder th t your l20•dy contr · et with the City for th abov c ption d job h s onl.y ninet n ( 1·9 ) y r ining fo~ eompl tion. jut wo11ld · ppr· ci t ~ t - ry much if you could l t u · now wb n uilding will bi compl t d, so th · t c ·· arr · ·ng · n ct ·- t for t•Jd.ng ocau ay. you v y uch f Ci• cot arl Land yo '• 0 fioe • .• tter. �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 65

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  • Text: ?J} r BURDINE .A.ND FREEMAN cf/-Ho>tm:.y~ at 1aw - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ESSLEY B. BURD su1TE 726 HARTFORD BUILDING ROY H . FREEMAN 100 EDGEWOOD A VENUE, N.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 PHON E !3 24-0097 CERTIFIED MAIL AR E A COD E 404 May 27, 1969 -.:, Mr. C. M. Smith Assistant Bldg. Official 800 City Hall Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Re: Robert D. Pattillo and Charles T. Latham Dear Mr. Smith: This office has been retained to represent Mr. Pattillo and Mr. Latham as a result of your letters of May 26, 1969 terminating their employment with the City of Atlanta. Your letter informs these two employees that "you are alleged to have violated the Code of Ethics - - -". Mr. Pattillo and Mr. Latham he rein requests that they be informed of the specific violations that were the bas is of their termina tion and discharge as employees of the City of Atlanta. Mr. Pattillo and Mr. Latham were not informed or furnished with copies of the Code of Ethics for officials and employees of the City of Atlanta. Will you please furnish this office with a copy of same. This letter is our formal notice of our intent to appeal ?-Ir . Pattillo and Mr. Latham 1 s discharge to the City Personnel Board. Will you please forward to me a copy of the City of Atlanta's personnel procedure, including the necessary information necessary to effect an appeal. Looking forward to your reply, I am @/ ~ t~ J l -\~ ,: l" EBB:db cc: He nry L . Bowden , Atty . Mr. R. D. Pattillo Mr. Charles T. Latham Sincerely, BURDINE & FREEMAN <2A-Al1 . ~ £ ~~ Es.;i;;y~ u.rdine �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 67

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  • Title: Box 1, Folder 3, Document 67
  • Text: .•. ~.>- "° q..__J 1-~; .., T < l" .. r-..-"'! ~., J.. ~.~\,.. ,:),,. -•Lt. ~ .J... · ·' """·~--~ · -~~-;.-J .. ~ r;. r , .. L. -~: ·:~ ~ r ••• CITY HALL ATLANTA. GA. 30~:!03 Tel. 522-4463 Are.a Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR ., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS. r,,:mini'! ltrative .~ssist ant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Li aison May 23, 1969 -. •• · -· - r" •• • ~ - --- .: Board of .St.hie s :_·:__ _;__ Mr. Charles L. Gowen, Chairman King and Spalding Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia Gentlemen: Request is hereby made for an official opinion by the Board of Ethics as to whether or not the following set of circumstances would constitute a violation of any sections (and if so what sections) of the Cod e of Ethics as adopted on March 15, 1965 and approve d by the Mayor on March 17, 1965: A. The City of Atlanta operates a Housing Division for the purpose of enforcing provisions of the Housing Cod e of the City of Atlanta; which Hous i ng Code specifie s the condition in which hou ses must b e maintaine d in order for them to b e fi t for human habitation. B. Inspectors are employ e d by the City for the purpose of in s p ec ting hous es w ithin the City limits to d e t ermin e whethe r or not th e y ar e in conformity with th e Housing Cod e . C. D e ficiencies in housing accomodations are liste d and furnish e d to th e own ers of the prope rty with a r e quest that repairs b e mad e promptly so as to bring th e hou s ing invol ved into conformity with existin g or dinances . �(, i May 23, 1969 Board of Ethics Mr. Charles L. Gowen, Chairman Page Two u D. At the expiration of the time given for accomplishment of the repairs, a second inspection is made. If the property continues to be substandard, a further notice and demand is given to the property owner. E .. An Inspector or a member of his family, with his knowl e dge, acquires an interest in a piece of property inspected by such Inspector or any other employee of the City of Atlanta. Due to the urgency of the situation as related above and the necessity for a prompt ruling by the Board of Ethics, it is requested that the l?qa:rd convene at the earliest practicable date. Very truly yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr:lp �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 70

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  • Text: . ) 1 ~ 4 - -£., May 1 , 1969 £143.215.248.55 12:45, 29 December 2017 (EST) 6 Georgia Jackson1153 Third St. N.W. ~:2_ (/J/ ?.3 ' ~ \ \
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 12

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  • Title: Box 1, Folder 3, Document 12
  • Text: CITY OF AT.LANTA OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS 800 CITY HALL Atlanta, Georgia 30303 WILLIAM R. WOFFORD, P.E., R.A. February 19, 1969 IN SP ECTOR OF BUILDINGS ELMER H, MOON, E.E., P . E. ASST. INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS MEMORANDUM TO FROM The Honor:~:;_I1'n Allen, Jr. W.R. W o f ~ RE Letter from Fulton Plumbing Company • With reference to Mr. Crissey's letter of February 14, 1969, concerning a recently adopted ordinance regulating gas piping and related appliances I believe that Mr. Crissey and probably some of our inspectors have misinterpreted the ordinance. The ordinance does not require that existing appliances be disconnected in order to test heretofore installed gas lines in buildings, but the ordinance does require that any new gas line installed be tested and approved before it is used. Our Plumbing and Heating Division Chiefs are aware of this problem and have instructed all inspectors in the proper interpretation of the ordinance so that pressure tests on existing gas lines will not be required. �
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Box 1, Folder 3, Document 19

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  • Title: Box 1, Folder 3, Document 19
  • Text: March Zl, 1969 M r . W. R . Wofford Building Official 800 City Hall Atlanta, GeoJ>gia 30303 Dear Bill: With reference to your letter of March 4, 1969 regarding the Markham, Haynes Street and the Lightening area , it is my understanding that a decision was reached on the ubj ct in your meeting with the Mayor on Friday, March 14th. I am returning the picCl.lre forw. rded with your letter of March 4th. Sine rely yours, R. E rl Lander Admini trative A RE~:lp Enclo ure i . tant �
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