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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 2

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  • Text: DEPARTMENT GENERAL SUMMEC Parks /Recreation Operate 134 recreation centers , schools, playgrounds and parks . Concentrate on teenage activities , social dances, civic councils , field trips to Allatoona and wo r k experiences . Library Bookmobile night service, storytelling, touring theatre , extension of library branch hours for study centers, establish book depositories at recreation centers , EOA centers, Monday morning movies and tours of Central Library. EDGEWOOD 'WEST CENTRAL South Brarl.ch Library Bookmobile stops at Humphr ey Street, Carver Homes , High Point and Joyland Kir kwood Branch Library Sanitation Garbage and trash pickup two times weekly - sweep streets once a week, wash streets remove abandoned autos . Special c,:lean up campaigns. Rat control training . Streets Resurface 51 streets - Pave l - 3 streets in each area Repair and improve sidewalks Resurface 15 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Repair and impr ove side walks Resurface 9 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Repair and improve side walks Installation of mains for necessary water and fire protection services 7 installation projects for fire protection improvement and water service 2 installations Water NORTHWEST PERRY HOMES EAST CENTRAL NASH - WASHINGTON Dogwood Branch Library Bookmobile stops at Bowen Homes and Dixie Hills Shopping Center. Bookmobile stop at Perry Homes Inman Park Branch Library - Bookmobile stop at Capitol Homes Resurface 2 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Repair and improve side walks Resurface 10 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Re·pair and improve side walks Resurface 5 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Repair and improve side walks Resurface 10 streets Pave 1 - 3 streets Re pair and improv e sid e walks 7 installations 1 installation 2 installations 3 installations -~¥ West Hunte r Branch Libra ry ·- Police Assignment of crime prevention officer to each EOA center Special 40 - man task force on evening watch - Employment of 11 ghetto 11 conununity service officers. Crime prevention officer assigned to Swnmec, Price , and Pittsburg EOA centers . Crime Prevention officer. assigned to Edgewood EOA center. Crime prevention Officer asdigJ1.ed to West Central EOA center l.,.nrn..; Pr,.;vc.1t1on O1iicer assigned to Northwest Perry Homes EOA Center Crime Prevention Ofiiccr assigned to East Central EOA Center Fire Distribution of fire safety literature, neighborhood visits and fire equipment demonstrations, open houses at fire stations, street showers. Genera:. programs at fire stations in area . General programs at fire stations in area General programs at Fire Stations in area General programs at fire stations in area General programs at fire stat.ens in area Traffic Engineering Cleaning and re - lamping of street lights. Night inspections of lamps. Re-checking and priority installation of traffic speed control signs . - Crirr.c Prcv t o assigned to Nash - Washington EOA Center ... .7 General programs at fire stations in area I �
  • Tags: Box 15, Box 15 Folder 11, Folder topic: Departmental reports on Civil Disorders Commission report | 1968
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 4

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  • Text: SUMMER PROGRAMS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL FUNDING ·Program Department Funding Source Summer Recreation>!( Parks OEO/City/ Labor ' Extra Departmental Summer Jobs Personnel City Youth Council Atlanta Youth Council Special Sanitation c·rews Public Works Sanitation Status Re guested Amount $1, 300, 000 \ $300, 000 plus of EOA $600, 000 100, 000 0 City 588,000 0 City 109, 886 0 Summer Coordinating Funds Atlanta Youth Council HUD 30, 000 Additional Library Services Atla.nta Public Library City 6,440 0 Traffic Engineering S~rvices Traffic Engineering City 449,590 0 '$30, 000 from HUD - CRP ., City Services Coordinators Mayor City . 12, 700 $12,700 approved by City .• ~ TOTALS ,,, ,,- $2,596,616 $342,700 Some 55 proposals have been received by EOA and the Atl.:mta Youth Council. These total approximately $3, 000, 0 0 Q ~ w11l receive $600, 000 from OEO this year. The City will receive at least $300, 000 of t h i s ~ k s Department programs. �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 5

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  • Text: Sill-lMER YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM VINE CITY FOUNDATION Project Recr ea tion Plug-In This is a pilot employment progr wn"designed to utilize 11 indigenous teena ge youth ages 16-20 to serve as community recreation organiz e rs. The youth Recreation Org a nizers will recruit, organize, plan, and supervise 10 other teenagers each to prov id e planne d sunme r recreation on a 24 hour basis. The project will last for 11 weeks. Budget Req1:1 e·s t $13,718 (}.1 / c; ques l ,., �-12- JOHN HOPE S.CHOOL "Project Uplift" The project will pr ovide education and recreafional acti~ities for 300 youth , young adults, and Senior Citiz ens _. The project will employ 15 junior l eaders (16-21) from th e area to provide leadership for children; youth and Senior Citizens. Aciivities will include Negro history, basic education improvem·ent, tours, arts and crafts , d ance, swimming, sports, mov ies, track and field events, and i n strumenta l music . Duration - 8 weeks Budget Request EDGEWOOD NEIGHBOfillOOD EOA CENTER Edgewood - Ea st Lake Youth Summe r Recreation Program This summe r recreational program will serve about 500 youth of all ages . Activities wiil includ e - sewing, crafts , stamp collecting, guitar lessions , piano lession s , dance, wood work , and sports . Du ratton - approximately 9 weeks . . ·. Budget Request Edg ewood - Kirkwood Skatin__~ Proj e ct A program to provide skating activities for 200 youth and young adults ages 6-25 . The project will e mploy 12 young adults from the corrLrnunity. Duration - appro x imately 10 weeks . , Budget Re ques t ROCKDALE COUNTY EOA AND RECREATimJ c m-IN'ISSION The project will pr ovid~ recreational, educational~ and cultural activiti e s for sorae 600 youth and young adults. The pr o j ect wil l employ 30 t a rg e t area youth to su perv is e th e act ivitie s as te ache r aides , ground k eepe rs, equip~ent ma nage rs an d conc ession work e r s . Acti v ities will includ e s port s , art s and cr af ts, drama , arid a cti ng . Dur ation - 12 weeks . Budget Re ques t THE ATRE ATLA_;_\ L .\ This projec t wi ll pr oduce thr ee o r more p l ay s t o b e prese n ted on a L!O:) i ]e t heatre faci lit y t o f::O\.'r EOA t .:;:.· get a reas . The pro j ect will s e r: 01e ___ It wou l d e mp loy __ __ ___ yout h arid ym.:rrg adul t s in the pl a~ni Gg or pro j ec t. Budget Request Du r~ ti on - 8 wee~s . �-13- PRICE NEIGHBORHOOD EOA CENTER PAT Y (Price Aid to Youth) This project will attempt to prepare 100 youth ages 14-24 for employme nt . . Its activiti es will inc _lude recreation, counseling, tutoring, and recruitment activities . Duration 12 0eeks. Budge t Request CITY OF ATLAl'iTA, DEPARTNENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION Recreation~ Et!1plovrr-,ent and E_nrich0ent Program The City 's·programs will prov id e a diversity of recreational and enrichment programs for youth and Senior Cit ize ns throu ghout the metropolitan area. It will serve app roximate ly 21,000 persons during the summe r. It will employ 336 poor youth. Activities to be offer ed : Cre ati ve Rhytmics Outd ., oor games So ftball Volly Ball Camp Cr af t s Sewing Cer amics Pho tog raphy Musi c Apprec i a tion Team Sports Weight Training Day Camp Wood Hork Baton Lesson Cheer Leading Si~imming Tract 8, Fie ld Pup petry Tumblin Typing Fie ld Trip s Te en Dances Modern and Tap dance Judo Duration - 12 weeks Budge t Request FOLLOW UP SERVICE TO LOW- DiCO~-m m ,-;.;ARRED Thi s progr ar:1 ,:i ll be to fi ri.d and hc l ? young girls in find ing work - c aring for you t h , et c. Thi s i s only pro j ect wo r k ing with u nwe d mot.her s . Budget Request �
  • Tags: Box 15, Box 15 Folder 11, Folder topic: Departmental reports on Civil Disorders Commission report | 1968
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 11

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  • Text: March 13, l 968 DRAFT Attached is a c opy of the summary re c ommendations of the President' s Commission on Civil Disorders. lt is imperative th t th · City of Atlanta. not take this historic report lightly. We must carefully review every recomm _ndation and t ke whateveir action is :necessary to improve and protect the lives of all our citizens . I am. asking ach of you to make a thorough analyeis of the sections of the report which fall within your are · of opei- ti.on. You are requ ated to prep re a detailed course of action outlintpg those steps you intend to take on all recommend t1ons which pply in the City of Atl nta. Mos t of you w re lnvolv d last year in the development and xecutt-on of a special progr m of coo,.-dinatlon of city ervices during the ummel" months. The r sulte of that progi,-am were highly f vor ble. It is imp rativ that we continue and expand the City Service Program and discus what p ci!ic action we hould take on the Commi ion• s r poi-t. l ma ·king th t you m t with m Tuesd y, M rch 19, t 2:30 p. m. in Committe Room 2, City Hall. At that tlm we will review wh t cttons r bein t · k n to pi- vent civil di otd ir in Atl t . Sine r ly yours , Iv Allen, Jr. M yot AU ch d ls a U t ot th ~ - elv _ thi 1 tt r. dep rtm nt d nuyh d ho 1how.d �3 :oD- \~~ 1v 12 ss ev-n-9 ,. 0 _ I It'~ (U2 :- ~ ' I M r . K arl Bevins, T &affic Engineer 0 M r. Henry Bowden, City Attorney } Miss Virginia Carmichael, Recreation Director v M r. John Cox, Director , Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council / Mr . Charles Davis, Compti-oller j Mr . J a ck Delius, P arks D irector u )("' M r . Collier Gladin, Pla n n ing Director / c hief C. H . Hildebrand , F ire Chief yMr. W illiam S . Howland , D ire cto1.", Citfaens Adviso:ry Committee on U r b an v\ Renewal }Mr. Ral ph Hulsey, Sanitary E ngin e e r }chief Herbert J enkins, Police Chief ) Mr . Carl Johnson, F ulton County Man ger / Mr . Johnny John on, Di r ector of M odel Cities Progr am v:>col. Malcolm J one s , Hou s ing Coor d in tor . /Mr . Earl Lande r s , A r,ministr tiv ./ A si tant Dr. John W . Let on, Supe rintendent, Atlant } Mr. PublicSchoola Ray Nixon , Dir c t ol" of P ublic Wo rk y' Mr . T . H . (Jim) P tha.m, Administra tor, Economic Opport uni ty Atlant , Inc . v' Mr. Johnny Robinson, Community Development Coordinat or / Mr. Cl'lton C . /4r. Rochell, Dir ctor, Atlant Public Libr ry M. B. Sattedi ld. Executiv Director., Atlant Houaln uthorlty �~ iso~y ~~ttee J Mr. Dan Sweat, Dii-ectoi' of Governmental Liaison / 4r . Paul Weir, Gene.- I Manager of Water Dep rtment Reverend Samuel Willi ms , Acting Ch irman, C ommunity Relations Commission . /Mr w William R . Wofford, Building Inspector X General Willi m R. Woodwal'd, Director, Atlanta Metropolitan Area Civil Defense �
  • Tags: Box 15, Box 15 Folder 11, Folder topic: Departmental reports on Civil Disorders Commission report | 1968
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 14

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  • Text: FIRE DEPARTMENT -The Fire Departmen_t has taken the necessary action to implement ·the following programs: 1. Publication of a brochure that will outline the responsibilities of each Division of the Fire Department to explain their functions and to emphasize to the citizens of these areas that the Fire Department .e xists for only one purpose - the protection of life and property of all citizens. This booklet will contain such information as the requir ements for employment, the training, and benefits derived from being employed by the City of Atlanta Fire Department, an open invitation to all · personnel to visit the ir Fire Department, how to report a fire, how to obtain emergency responses, the need for protecting fire apparatus, many fire prevention steps to be taken by each citizen, and an explanation that the Fire Prevention Bureau is available to assist any group by making Fire Prevention talks, demonstrations, and showing of film. -· . 2. A program of visitation into various communities for the purpose of distribution of Fire Prevention literature, demonstrations of fire equipment, and providing for dwelling inspections on request. During the inspection an invitation will be extended to resid ents to visit the ir community Fire Station. 3. Merit Badges will be purchased and maintained at each Fire Station in sufficient quantities to give to all children visiting the Fire Station, along with the comment that in .. receiving this badge they are assuming a helpful citizen's rol e in as sis ting the Fir e Department in preventing fir e s. 4. Coordinati on with the Water Department and Parks D e p artment in providing street showers for childr en in these a1·eas utili z ing the fire hydrants. 5. Assignment of a coordinator to coope rate fully with City S ervic es Coordinators in answering complaints and grievances tha t come under the jurisdiction of the Fir e Department. 6. Provide prompt response to all alarms. �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 16

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  • Text: PARKS DEPARTMENT .The City Parks Department will operate approximately 134 centers, schools, playgrow1ds and parks. Heavy emphasis will be placed on teenage activities , such as social dances, civic councils, field trips to our Lake Allatoona property, and work experiences . Every neighborhood has been carefully inventoried fro1n the viewpoint of the availability of either a school or a park and recreation facility. · It is anticipated that not all of the currently existing forty odd playlots will be staffed; however, those not staffed will ·b e adjacent to operational schools. Heavy emphasis will be placed on e1nployment using in-school and out-of-school Neighborhood Youth Corps enrollees, as well as additional young people who come from disadvantaged areas. The entire summer program will be heavily publicized, using all news media and, if necessary, paid advertisements in the press. The Parlts Department will attempt going some twelve hours a day, six recreation and cultural enrichment, identifiable neighborhood within the ... to have a comprehensive program days a week that will provide as well as education in every target areas • �
  • Tags: Box 15, Box 15 Folder 11, Folder topic: Departmental reports on Civil Disorders Commission report | 1968
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 17

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  • Text: PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ·The Street Maintenance Division of the Construction Department will implement plans for resurfacing the following streets: AREA I Summe rhill, Grant Park, Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Adair Park, Pittsburgh, Chosewood Park, Highpoint and Joyland, South Atlanta, and Lakewood Heights: Boulevard, S. E. - Confederate Avenue to Memorial Drive Pryor Street, S. W. - Geor g ia Avenue t o Ridge Avenu e Meldon Avenue, S, W. - Capitol Avenue to Pryor Road Middleton Street, S. W. - Meldon A venu e to Bullock Street Stillman Street, S. E. - Lakewood Avenue to Lakewood T e rrac e Buena Vista Street, S. W. - Pryor Street to Fortress Street Park Ave nue, S. E. - M emoria l Drive to I-20 Park Avenu e , S. E. - B e rne Street to Glenwood Avenu e Bass Street, S. E. - McDani e l Street to Coope r Stre e t Sydne y Street, S. E. - Che roke e Avenue to P a rk Avenue Taft Street, S. W. - Thornton Place eas t to end of street Bipp Street, S. W. - 250 feet eas t of Aiken Stree t - 1, 000 feet west Aike n Street, S. W. - Thornton Street to Hipp Street Thornton .Street, S. W. - Thornton Place eas t to end of pavement U pshaw Street, S. W . - East Aiken Street - 1, 000 feet west . "'· �Public Works Department Page Two AREA II Edgewood and Kirkwood: Arizona Avenue, N. E. - DeKalb Avenue south to end of street Hallman Street, N. E. - Warren Street to Howard Street Saunders Street, N. E. Boulevard Drive to Hallman Street Caroline Street, N. E. - Moreland Avenue to Marion Place Mortimer Street, S. E. - Arkwright Plac e to Wylie Street Merlin Avenue, S. E. - Moreland Avenue to Battlefield Avenue Wrenwood Place, N. E. - Hardee Street to Wrenwood Drive ., Screven Street, N. E. Locust Stre e t, N. E. Boulevard Drive to Hardee Street - College Avenue to Trotti Street AREA III Glen Iris, Bass Community, Cabba ge tow n-R e ynoldst'aw n: Edgewood Av e nue , N. E. - P ea chtr ee Str eet to Hurt Str eet Angier Avenue , N. E. - Pine Street to North A venue Samps on Street, N. E. - Irwin Street to E as t Av e nue Auburn A v enu e , N. E. - R andolph Street to Irw i n Stree t Harra lson Av enu e , N. E. - DeKalb A venue to Alta Ave nue .., �Public Works D e p a rtme nt Page Thre e AREA IV En glish Ave n u e a nd Vine City: Jone s Av enue , N. 1V . - Marie tta Str eet to Northside Driv e Neal Str ee t, N. W. - Ashby Str eet to Griffin Str eet Western A ve nue , N. W. - Vine Stree t to Gr a y Stre e t Johns Str ee t, N. W. Simpson Str e et, N. W. Northsid e Drive to Gray Street - Northsid e Driv e to Elliott Stre e t Haynes Stre e t, S. W. /N. W. - Peters Str eet to Simpson Stre e t ., Che stnut Str eet, N. W. Bankhea d A ve nue to J e ffe rson Str eet Mitchell Str ee t, S. W. - Ashby Str ee t to J e ptha Str eet Beckw ith Str e e t, S. W. - Ashby Str eet to Walnut Str eet Lena Street, N. W. - Ashby Str ee t to Ollie Str ee t AREAV Watt s Ro a d, C a r e y and Almon d P a r _k , C e nte r _Hill, Dix i e Hills, Grove Park a n d H unte r Hill s and W es t ern A venue : Hightowe r Ro a d, N. W . Hollyw ood R oad, N . W . Jack s on P arkway to Hollyw ood Ro ad - John s on Ro ad t o H ightower Ro a d AREA VI Rive rs ide, Chatta hooche e , Lin coln H omes, S cott s C ross i ng , B olton, H i lls P ark and P e rry Home s , R o ckd a l e : Main Stre e t , N . W. - Hollyw o od Ro a d south 1, 791 feet ,;. t · Chur ch Str eet , N. W. - M a in St ree t wes t to end of s tr eet �Public Works Department Page Four Burtz Street, N. W. -- Hollywood Road west to end of street Wales Avenue, N. W. - Whittier Avenue to Spad Avenue Spad Avenue, N. W. - Wales Avenue to Parrott Avenue Whittier Avenue, N. W. - Maco Street to Wales Avenue Macaw Street, N. W. - Whittier Avenue west to end of street Maco Street, N. W. - Whittier Avenue to Bolton Road Butler Way, N. W. - Parrott Avenue to Wales Avenue Layton Avenue, 'N. W . - Butler Way to Spad Avenue , . "' �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 22

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  • Text: OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL STATE OF GEORGIA The Comptroller General has held exploratory sessions with local property and casualty insurance executives on the subject of the recommended "voluntary plans" to provide fair access to _property insurance for property owners. A joint industry - government group is being formed to develop voluntary plans and give the opportunity to the industry to respond without the necessity of mandatory legislation creating insurance pools to facilitate insuring property in urban core areas . .I -· �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 35

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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 37

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  • Text: C ~TY O F A T LAN T A DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia March 27p 1968 HERBERT T . JENKINS Chief Mayor Ivan Allen 9 Jrot a nd Advisor y Con~nittee on Civil Dis or de r s City Hnll Atlantaf Ge orgia De ar Sirs: In a cco r da nce with you r reques t of Ma rch 19t 1968t I submit he rewith~ my comme nts and _r e.commendations . for action in Atlant ao Yo~s - very truly, ~' ~?k~.J oya p -\_ Super intencfu nt Ge ~ o GAR :b �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 45

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  • Text: OUTLD·1E OF SlTM"MERTIME PROGRM.1 1968 lo Assign Arvell Crowe as our representive on the task force, his job will be to coordinate this progrs.m with the neighborhood coordin ator or his representive. He will supervise the efforts of the Sanit nuy Division in the 6 areas involvedo Must be auailable at all times. 2o Arrange for a trash pickup twice weekly in these areas, or whenever it is needed~ 3o Arrange for garbage pickup twice weekly, plus arrangeme~ts for emergency pickupso 4 o Arrange for brooms to sweep the streets at least once a week,· more often if neededo Make use of water wagon to wash the streetso Cooperate with the f3olice L·epartment in removing ab andonded cars from the streets o 5o Remove abandonded autos whe~ever we c an locate the owner and secure a release from him, this is per instructions of the City Attorneyo 60 Cooperate with E0A to coordinate cleanup of vacant lots and private property. Intensi~y the ABC & :NYC progr ams o 7o Cooperate with the Atlanta Children & Youth Service Council in the Rodent Control program i n these areaso We wi ll train 5 of their people to act as sanitary supervisors and these will supervise crews of 8 persons ea ch to clean up vacant lots and private reside~ces. 8 o Make an effort to put into operation Opera ti on Scrubv1hi c h will be an extra effort in these lire as, ~ t Y!i.11 supp lement the summe r p1°ogra r.1 ~me, eventua.lly be made a permen ent program in these areas ., �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 52

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  • Text: ,,_,.,r-· • ,, '·-- r - :;.- ... I '..: J. l ti .~ --\ t ,;- - - - TRAFFIC ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT At lanta, Georg ia 30303 April 1, 1968 KARL A. BEVINS Traffic Engin ee r The Honorable Ivan Allen , Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta Atlanta , Georgia Dear Mayor Al len: ~n reply to paragraph #2 of your instruction sheet da ted March 19, 1968, and entiped 11 Requ es ted Action to b e taken by City Depa rtments and Public Agencies 11 , we ~bmit the following report. We be lieve that the Neighborhood Task Force concept is th e most effective way now known to "communicate" with the residents of the six areas . Residents of other areas usually write lett ers , felephon e , and/or work throu gh civic clubs, I PT A groups or similar means of communication. However , we recogni ze the very grave danger involved in opening this channel of communication without providing the means of quick response with action that will be reco gniz.ed by ·the individual citizen as relief. The l a ck of civic clubs and similar organizations makes "reasoning" with the per son filin g the request or complaint very dif ficu lt, if not impossibl e . The r e fore, we see an ur gent nee d for add itiona l personne l a nd op erating funds to provide (1) th e field investigation service, (2) the additional traff ic studies needed to determine proper corrective action and (3) the work crews to inst all and maintain the needed signs , markings , signals and.stree t li ghts, These ne eds are listed below . Signs and "Ma rkings 1 Si gn Crew ( 2 me n and truck ) Traffic Enginee ring Servic ema n $4,446.00 Semi-Skill ed Worker 4,264.00 Truck 3,500.00 Se rvic e for Truck 400,00 Sign a nd Marking Materials TOT AL ( Signs and Marki~ngs ) $12,610.00 10,000.00 $ 22,610.00 _j �= 2 = April 1, 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Stree t Light Ni gh ttime Insp ection 1 Tra ffic Enginee ring Assist ant II @$5,720.00 Auto Allowa nc e ($70/mo nth) 840.00 Desk and Cha ir 335.00 TOT AL (Stree t Light Nighttime Ins pection) $ 6,895000 Traffic Sign a ls Equipme nt for 62 new inst a ll a tions @$6 ,000) 1 Electrica l Construction Crew Electrician Foreman 6,487.00 2 Electricia ns( @$ 5,9 67) 11,934.00 2 Semi-Skilled Wor. ( @4 , 264) 8,528.00 13,000.00 Aerial Truck Se rvic e for Truck 400 . 00 S u b T o t a 1 $ 372,000.00 ' 40,349.00 $ 412,349.00 Eng i nee rin g , Sp e cifica tio ns , Timing , e tc. 1 Traffic Enginee r I Auto Allowa nce ($.55/Month) De sk and Cha ir 8,671.00 660.00 335.00 1 Jr. Tra f f i c Engin eer 7,345.00 660 . 00 335.00 Auto Allowa nc e ($55/Month) De sk and Cha ir s u b T o t a 1 $18,006 . 00 Fie ld Tra ffi c St udies t o docume n t nee ds f or tra ffic signa ls if Fe de r a l or St a t e fun ds a re obt a i ne d to purc has e t he equi pment 1 Tra f f ic Engi nee r ing Ass t. II Au to Allowance ( $55/Mont h) Desk and Cha i r 2 TE As si st a nt I ( @$5 ,265) 2 Auto Al l owa nce ( $5 5/Month ) 2 De sk and Cha i r ( @$ 335 ) s u b T o t a 1 5,720.00 660 . 00 335 . 00 10 , 530 . 00 1,320 . 00 670 .00 $ 19 , 235. 00 �= 3 = April 1, 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. The above liste d perso nne l, equipment and mat e rial needs are summarized as follows: Si gns and Ma rkings Personnel Equipment Materia ls T OT AL 8, 710.00 3,900.00 10,000.00 $ $ 22,610.00 Street Light Night Inspection Personne l Equipme nt T O TA L $ . 6,895.00 Traffic Si gnals Personn e l (ConstructioD) Personnel (hngine er ing) Personne l (Documenta tion) Equipmen t (for Personne l) Traffic Signa l Equipme nt TO TA L 26,949.00 17,336.00 18,230~00 15,075.00 372,000.00 $ 449,590.00 This listing shows an estima t ed grand tot a l of $479,095.00 which includ e s $77,7 85.00 for Personne l, $19,310.00 for Equipme nt and $3 82,000. 00 for Ma terials. Th e nee ds for sign and marking materials are not great ($10,000) as outline d above. Howeve r, the nee d for prompt s e rvice is ur gent. The best our "norma l" s ervice can do is 10 days to 2 weeks after th e fi e ld inve stigation is compl e te and th e work ord e rs are wr itt e n. 11Norma l 11 time for fi e ld inves ti ga tion is also 10 days t o 2 week s. Experience has shown t hat this is not fast e nou gh for th e needs of th e six sp e ci a l areas. Fi e ld invest i gation must b e done within 48 hours and work cr ews must be in t he a r ea within 3 or 4 days of th e time th a t th e request or complaint is filed , This time t a bl e r equir es th e additiona l pe rsonn e l outlined abov e . �4 = April 1, 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Experience during 1966 and 1967 clearly shows that regular night inspections are necessary to loc a te lamp outages, street light fixtures broken by rocks and/or rifle shots and report these items to the Georgia Power Company for immediate repairs. Normal maintenance by the Georgia Power Company calls for cleaning and re-lamping only every 2 to 3 years. In other sections of th e city, residents usually notify us of lamps that burn out ahea d of schedul e or of physical damage that occurs. During 1966 and 1967, we found that (in the six areas) most of these items went unreported until we made a night inspection. There is a "backlog" of traffic signal nee ds (city wide) consisting of about 150 locations where signals have been requested and where signals would be helpful and are warrant e d. Approximately 62 of these locations are in the six areas. Most of these are the 11Merrill and Oakland" type of situations and there is no way of acc urately predicting when or if a sudden pressing need will occur. New Federal Safety St a nda rds will probably require certain additiona l equipment over and above our pr e sent standards. Accordingly, our estimate of the cost of th ese install a tions is slightly higher than in the past. Also, if Feder i l Funds are obtained to he lp purchase signal equipment, a substantial amount of field work and data ga th e ring will be neces sary to satisfy Fed e r ~ l and State docum entation requireme nts. Estimated needs to develop this docume ntation are also listed above. In closing , we assure you tha t we r e cogniz e the importance and the urg e ncy of this segment of our s ervice to the city. We believe tha t the"N e ighborhood Ta sk Force" type of communication should b e op e ne d. We urge th a t_.this improved communic a tion b e back e d by improving . th e City's ability to r es pond with "des ira ble" as well as urg e ntly nee ded s e rvices . In our field of endeavor, it is fr e qu e ntly difficult to de fine ( explain) the diff e r e nce betwee n a "d es irabl e " servic e or traffic control device and one that is urg e ntly neede d. Sinc erely, ~ _-~ 7 1, ~._Q _ / -A---~<---1...., L ~ I J Karl A. Bev ins KAB / fd cc: Ald e rma n G. Everett Millican, Cha irma n ., Advisory Comm ittee on Civil Disorders Ald e rman Richard C. Fr eeman, Cha irma n Traffic, Pa rking and Transit Commit t ee ·I..._..-, �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 8

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  • Text: OF~TLAI' T CITY HALL March 14, 1968 ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DANE. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison MEMORANDUM From: Ivan Allen, Jr. To: Department/ Agency Heads In order that we might evaluate the City's planning effort for increased summer services, I am asking certain City department heads and agency directors to meet with me next Tuesday, March 19. The meeting _will be held at 2: 30 p. m. in Committee Room 2 at City Hall. " Most of you were involved last year in the develoj?ment and execution of our special.programs of city services and youth activities during the summer months. The favorable results of those programs have convinced us that we must extend and expand them this year. i At the Tuesday meeting we will discuss: I. A proposal for city services coordination this year. 2. The recommendations of the President's Commission on Civil Disorders and what the City should do with them. I hope you will be with us. IAJr :fy �
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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA PLAN F OR IMPROVEMENT OF DISADVANTAGED . AREAS FOR SUMMER 1968 INTRODUCTION On M ar ch 19, 1968, the Mayor of Atlanta calle d together at City Hall d epartment and agency heads to discuss actions to be taken in r esponse to the R eport of the N ationa l Advisory Commission on Civil Disord ers . Exhibit "A contains the sugge sted action on the Report and a recommended 1968 City Services Program. In summary, the Mayor: 1. D esignat ed six geographical areas of concentration for the 1968 Summer Program. 2. Established a three-member special Aldermanic Advisory Committee on Civil Disorders . . 3. Recommende d the establishment of six City Services Coordinators to work with neighborhoods to resolve community problems. 4. Requested City departments and agencies to respond to recommendations of the Civil Disorde rs Commission. Respons e r e ceived f~om the departine nts /a gencies i s i nclud ed in E xhibit "B". -· COORDINATION AND EVALUATION The Mayor I s Office will provide overall coordination of the 1968 Summer Program. The Mayor I s O ffice and the Aldermanic Advisory Comm itte e will provide curr ent and long range evalua tion in accor danc e with Exhibit "A", Page 2 (3) (b). CITY SERVICES COORDINATION Six City S ervices Coordinato rs will b e employed by th e Mayor's Office and will be assigne d to EOA neighborhood servic e centers at the following locations: . ~, �Page Two Center Address West Central Center Amos Parker, Director Eddie Billups, City Services Coordinator 2193VerbenaStreet, N. W. Telephone: 799-0331 Northwest-Perry Homes Center Howard Jefferson, Director Samuel A. Battle, City Services Coordinator 1927 Hollywood Road, N. W. Telephone: 799-9322 Edgewood Center Charlene Wharton, Director Edward Williams, City Servi<;es Coordinator 1723 Boulevard Drive, S. E. Telephone: 378-3643 Summec Center Daniel Brand, Director George Hitchcock, City Services Coordinator 65 Georgia Avenue, S. E. Telephone: 577-1351 Nash-Washington Center William Fowlkes; Director Clarence Green, City Services Coordinator 247AshbyStreet, N. W. Telephone: 524-2084 East Central Center George Dodd, Director Henry O. Sand e rs, City Services Coordinator 486 Decatur Street, S. E. Telephone 577-1735 ... �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 27

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  • Text: REPORT TO NAYOR IVAN ALLEN JR. CONCERNI1,G NEEDS AND ES'l'HiATED COSTS OF IHPLEHENTING THE RECO}frIBNDATIONS OF THE ADVISORY C0rff'1ITTEE · ON CIVIL DISORDER s umnTTED BY \ Robet:t N, Wood, Chairman Atlanta Child ren an
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  • Text: C~·TY oc~ PERSONNEL BOARD CITY HALL ANNEX 260 CENTRAL AVENUE, S. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 C AR L T . SUTHERLAND o ,rector · April 2 1 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen , Jr. City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georg ia Dear Mayor Allen: Pursuant to your guidance at the organizational meeting of the Advisory Committee on Civil Disorders held in the City Hall March 19, 1968, and to c are ful reading of Chapters 10 and 17 of Repor t o f the.National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, I have reached the conclusion that the City Personnel Department for several years gradually has been putting into practice most of the recommendations of the Commission pertaining to emp loyme nt. I agree, however , that other steps s hould be t aken and h a v e prepared two recomme nd a tion s , one th a t r equires action a nd money from the Mayor and Board of Aldermen . Both require coope ration from all departments of the City governme nt. Thoug h it is true that the obj ec tive of the City Pers onne l Departme nt to provide the City government with the best qu a lifie d personnel available and to do so by ope ration of a compe titive merit system d es igned to give priority to the b es t qualified applic ants , the Civil Se rvice Act is suffici ently f l e x ible to provide for certain type s of temporary employme nt in th e uncla ss ified service . The Ci v il Service Act also giv e s th e Pe rsonnel Dir e ctor wide latitude in es t ablishing r e quir e me nt s f or applic a nt s , and I have e xer ci sed th e authority given me to a dju s t standards to mee t conditions that h a v e confronte d the City government during the past s e veral y e arso Re qui reme nt s h a v e b een r e du ced f o r n ear ly a ll cl asses o f jobs o Es t abli s h me n t o f mi nimum s t and ards i s a v o ide d as �Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. -2- April 2, 1968 much as deemed practicable, and for most jobs the word "desirable" has been subs tituted for "minimum" in listing education, training, and experience standards. Performance tests hav e replaced written . te sts wherever practicable. With approval of the Personnel Board, employment of personnel with criminal records has been liberalized except for positions concerned with law enforcement, working with children in the schools and recreation departments, and in other positions of trust and responsibility. Upon the recommendation o f state and county parole authorities, we have approved employment of parolees with good prison deportment records. The age limits have been lowered to 20 for Police Patrolmen, 18 for Firemen, and 17 for clerical and unskilled p ersonne l. Locker attendant s a nd life guards may b e employed a t age 16. Few job classes have maximum age limits except tho~e set by statute. Though there is reluctance by many department heads to employ personne l above age 40, considerable numbers above age 50, and several above age 60, hav e been employed. As you are aware , since Janu ary 1, 1962, Negroes, whose ap plications prior to this time were accepted only for entrance level jobs, have been encouraged to apply for all classes of jobs, and many have been employed in jobs abq.ve the entrance level. The Pers onnel Training Coo rdinator with the cooperation o f the Public Works Department has established a training program for truck driver aspirants, enabling both White and Negro Laborers and Waste Coll ectors to be tr ained and to meet th e requireme nts for promotion. This program will be continued. Also, with the cooperation of th e Atlanta Public Schools, a training program for first level supervisory p e rsonnel has b e en established to upgrade the qualifications of incumbents of first l eve l supervisory positions and to qu a li fy applicants f or promotion to th ese positions. �Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. -3- April 2, 1968 The Personnel Training Coordinator also planned and organized with the cooperation of the Sanitary Department (now the Sanitation Division of the Public Works Department) the Atlanta Beautification Corps, a federally financed program under the sponsorship of Economic Opportunity Atlanta. This program employs approximately fifty disadvantaged persons ranging from age 18 to age 68 and is composed of about 88% women, largely Negro. Mr. Farrow still exercises overall supervision o f this program. Numerous favorable comments concerning the deportment and accomplishments of this group have b een received from interested citi zens and pe rs onnel of the City government. Mr. Farrow reports that if funds were available 1 several hundred additional · personnel could be employed in the Atlanta Beautification Corps with advantage to both the employees and the City. The positive actions referred to above have done much to provide career opportunities for disadvantaged minorities 1 but much still needs to be done. Two programs prepa red by members of my staff ; outlines of which are attached hereto 1 are proposed to assist in implementation of some of the employment objectives of the Report of the National Advisory Commis sion on Civil Diso rders. These programs would provide employme nt opportunities for approximately 200 dis advantaged personnel. · Respectfully, apJ.143.215.248.55 16:20, 29 December 2017 (EST) CARL T. SUTHERLAND Dir e ctor of P ersonne l CTS :cbt Attachments (2) �
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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA SU~l}iER 1968 A..\lD EXPA.\l DED EMl)LOYMENT OF DISADVA?\TAGED PERSO~~/EL . I. Federa ll_y_Fun ded Progam The appro ximate ly 75 federally fund ed "job slots" bein g made available to the City of Atlanta for the Summer by Economic Opportunity Atlanta and continuing employment of "hard-core" unemp loye d youth c an be utili zed by the various departments as outlined rough l y on th e attached listing . Mo re th an 100 persons have been reques t ed by reportin g dep a rt men ts and, if additional federal funds are allocated, other job slots c an be developed by a follow-up of previo us oral and written communi cations with the various depar t men ts. For maximum success in this endeavor, based on unfortunate experience in a somewhat large r and rnore ambitious pro gram three years ago,, th e following sugges tions are made : II. 1. That screening and selective placement be effected by the City Personne l Depart men t after initi a l screening by the va rious Neighborhood Youth Center referrin g a gencies . 2. That no more th an five enrollee s be ass i gned to a qualified, informe d, and concerned supervisor for counselling purposes. (New jobs with N.Y.C .. , at level above enrollee) 3. That a re gular weekly group session for all these summer enrollees-plus all of th e pre sent ly e nrolled N.Y.C. workers -- be instituted as an important, int egral, required prog ram ph ase . Groups could visit various City faciliti es by prope r advance planning ; and civic, civil, and social a menities could be the indirect· objective. 4. That Rule 59, Labor Laws of Georgia, 196 3 edition, relating to the liftin g of 30# or more for minors and women be modi fied to allow less r es tricte d e mployr:1ent o f you ths a ge 16 and 17. (Mr . Murray Silve r, State Labor De partment Attorne y, Februar~ 5, 1968 , advised tha t s uch modification was to b e effected.) I have r eques ted ass i stance of the State Commissioner of Labor in securing a libera li za tion of th i s restrictive rule. Exis~~l!.8 Job Vacancies Conside r a tion is be in g give n to ,~1 e the r it is fea s ible or l egal to pos tpone for the duration of the s umme r months the e s tablishment of civil servic e re gisters i n cl ass e s sucl1 as Auditorium Utility Worker I, Au to motive Serviceman I, Clerk, Community Re creation Leade r, Enginee rin g Aide I, In cine r ator Ope rator I, Semi-Skille d Worke r, Trea t ment Plant Ope r a tor , Zoo Attend ant , Labore r, and Was t e Colle ctor so th a t a s many as poss ible of such pos ition s may b e fill e d by unemploye d youth. �III. Other Recommendations It is suggested that certain programs, such as the City's federally funded ABC program be expanded into a variety of community service areas or into existing City service programs ; e . g., nursery service programs or Zoo · staffing subqrdinate assignments. These expanded programs would enable employme nt of female older workers who are family breadwinners. Their employment on a regular basis would begin to establish the necessary stability in the family unit. .,. �
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Box 15, Folder 11, Document 36

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  • Text: IJJft' C~TY DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia March 26, 1968 HERBERT T . JENKINS Chief Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.t and Advisory Committee on Civil Disorders City Hall Atlanta, Georg ia Dear Sirs: Below is an outline of those steps our departme nt pla ns to put in effect for the summer, 1 968. They have bee n approved by Chie f H. Ta Jenkins and we believ e t he y will r educe tens i on and possible civil disord2rs in At l ~nt a o The r e~or t o r: the Nati onal i,.dviso ry Com\Ti issi,on on Civil Disorder has sc1i.d, " Pres e rving civil peace. is tne fir s t r esponsibility of the g overnme nt.u This we pla n to do. In additi on, we plan to use our Crime Preve ntion Bureau off ic ers in eac h E .O. A . Center to ass i s t the s e people with any city problem. If an area need tne s e rvic es o i t he Sanit ary ilep a rtment , Housing enf orc eme nt or a ny oti1e r, our me n are be ing instruc ted to ass i s t in every way. The y a lso work with scnool couns e lo rs on absent students a nd drop-outs, ass ist adu lts and youti1s with emp l oyme nt, hardsti. i p c .s ses , sic kness_., e tc., comp l aints on police s e rvices, missing pe rsons, co~munity civic and recrea tiona l a ctivitie s , a nd inv e stiga te rumors. Cr i me Pre v e ntion o ff ic e rs a re as s i g ne d to wa lking be ats in slum areas to kee p in touch with r es ide n ts. We underst a nd t he r e will be 62 schoo l s , 40 pa rks and 20 pl a y lo t s a v a il ab l e this s um~~ ra To police a ll of the s e p roJects , tn e 85 com~u n i ty s e r vi c e o ff icers r e co rnmended by tne c o::11.1n i ssio n will be need ed whe n tt,e.se proje ct s o pe n. We ha v e a Tas k Forc e of L~O of i: ice r s co'TI .-:1Emded by a ne.gro c a pt a in. Tne.y a r e a ss i g ned to t l1ese s ame. a r eas to g ive the l aw abiding citi ze ns a g ood t oug h polic e s e r v Lce . The y work f ro'TI L, : ::l O ? . "-1. to 1 2 :3J i~ aM. ', Th is f orce O i : me n know til e c o•n-riun i t y , tne ir l a nc'S ua:;e a nd~ h E, bi ts . Tne y wi 11 know whe n t e n s ions r u n h i g h in t, te ir arec1 0 Th2se me n a re se l ected fo ;..' t his type cJu ty and ;nu s t ha ve g o od r e pu t a tions i n t oe n e 1g hborh oods a 1 �-·:Ma rc h 26, 1 968 Page 2 In t ne e v e n i o f any t e n se s i tu a tion, we p l a n to move t he en ti r e Crime P r e.vent 10n Bc2.r2au into ti1e a r e a . We hope with t;1e k n Dw l eC:1ge tt1e. y c10. v e. o r tt1e area a nd b1e. p e o p le t r1e y k n ow , t ney w.1.. ll be a c le t o r e l i e ve t he s 1 tua tio n. If n o ti ti 1e. Ta sk Fo r c e wi ll fo ll ow . I t t tese :r:· al. l, t r1e R.-1ot S q uad w i ll b e broug nt i n. �
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  • Text: Chie f He To Jenkins has recommended tha t Community . . Service Officers b e p a id $15005 per dayo 85 Office rs or a ratio of one to ten would amount to $lp279o25 per dayo If the Federal Governme nt assumes 90% of this cost 9 our tota l cost would be $127093 per d a yo �
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