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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 8

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  • Text: /' A TLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SER VICES COUNCIL 1201-B CITY HALL PHONE 5 2 2-4463 - EX.437 Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor Robert M . Wood, Chairman John W . Cox, Executive Director ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Franklin M . Thomas, V. Chairman Micha e l H. Trotter, Secy-Treasurer Mrs . Rhodes Perdue, Member at Large Members - Fronk R. Carmines Fletcher Coombs DeJongh Franklin G . Arthur Howell Mrs . Vivian W . Henderson Ocie J . Irons Jerry Luxemburger Frank A. Player Mrs. Mory B. Sanford Mrs. C. R. Yates November 13 , 1968 Dear Friend: Again, the May or, t he Boa r d of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, and s e veral other co-sponsor ing organizations are invi ting you and your f r i ends to par t icipate in t he 2nd Mayor' s Conference on Chilqr en and Yout h. Th.i s year's confer ence will be held all day, November 21 , 1968 f r om 8: 30 to 6; 00 at the Dinkler Plaza Hote l. The t heme f or thi s year ' s conference will be "Equa l Education and Employment: Affirmative Action Agains t Disorde~' . The committee has planne d a mos t i nteresting and action ori ented confer~ ence f or you, providing full part i cipation throughout the day. Impl ici t in our t heme for this year is solut i ons t o problems, not further discussion of problems. The keynoter for this year will be Dr . Fre d Cr awf or d, Dire ctor, Center for Research and Socia l Change of Emory Univer s ity. Our lunche on speaker will be Dr,. Vivian Henderson, President of Clark Co.l lege, Atlanta, Georgia and national e xpert on manpowe r and economic s. · We hope tha t you will be able to j 0in u s . The fee f or t he conference t his year will be $7 .00 f or adults and $3 . 50 for yout h under 20 . This fee wi ll cover meal , coffee and a get acquainted hour after the conference . We hope tha t you will please make your reservations t o attend i mmediatel y. x.:-~-/{ Yours truly, >,.,(:A-"'. . ) (. . . .,-- ! J. Luxemburger Chairman / JL/aes Ch ief of Po lice, Her be rt T. Je nkins - Su pt. o f Sc hoo ls John W . Letson - Gen. Mgr. Porks, J ack C. De li us �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 10

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  • Text: THE ATLANTA URBAN LEAGUE, INC. An Educational Community Service Agency Covering Over 47 Yea rs of Preventive Social Se rvice 521·2355 • 239 AUBURN AVENUE , N. E . • NATIONAL URBAN L E AGU E AFFILIATE ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303 October 24, 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: \ The Northwest Cooordinating Council was happy to rea.d that the city of Atlanta has received a grant from the U. S, Department of Health, Education and Welfare for a rat control program. We would like to request that the Perry Homes community be considered as one of the areas for the program. Sincerely, /(!Jk:r~ Robert Dobbs, Chairman Nor thwest Coordinating Council RD/rl United A ppeal M ember A gency �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 14

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  • Text: ATLANTA,GEORGIA PHONE JA. 2 •4463 Ivan All en, J,., Maym / ( ; £7/JM._ J ~ J/d-u;w- cl() ? ~ ftu,,- d)/2 hJJ Q;? �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 18

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  • Text: MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL Al"'ifD THE COMPREHENS1VE HEALTH PROJECT Acceptance and Endorsement of the Community Development Aide Project Subject to the approval of the Comprehensive Health Project; the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Board of Directors; the Public Health Service of the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the availability of Federal Grant Fund 314 (e) (1), the Comprehensive Hea~th Project will carry out the specific responsibilities outlined below and included in the Community Development Aide Project approved subject to the terms and conditions set forth below: The Comprehensive Health Project fully endorses the Community Development Aide Project and agrees to be a cooperating agency carrying out the specific responsibilities outlined below. A. The Comprehensive Health Project will assist in the administrative aspects of the training of aides (i.e., assist in teacher recruitment, etc.) No health Project funds are to be involved directly . ~ -143.215.248.55 -sd ~ ~ . ('Name-) / . /..-' L_~ ~ A - Calvin A. Brown, Jr., M.D. (143.215.248.55l~)t Co-Direc_t_o_r_ _ _ _ _ �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 19

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  • Text: MEMORANDUM OF AGREEY£ NT BETWEEN THE ATLANTA CEILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL AND THE FULTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Acceptance and Endorsement of the Community Development Aide Project Subject to the approval of the Commissioner of the Fulton County Health Department; the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Board of Directors; the Public Health Service of the u. s. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the availability of Federal Grant Fund 314 (e) (1), the Fulton County Health Department will carry out the specific responsibilities outlined below and included in the Community Development Aide Project approved subject to the terms and conditions set forth below. The Fulton County Health Department endorses the Community Development Aide Project and agrees to be a cooperating a gency carrying out the specific reiponsibilitie s outlined below: A. The Fulton County Health Department will request work crews and crew chiefs as need ed for rat control work. The health department will be responsible for training the requested crews in the ir areas of competence concerning the health-related aspects of rat-borne disea s e s, rat ha bits, and rat poisons. It will also provide advice to the Rat Control Proj e ct in deve loping me thods a nd proc edures for the surveys and poisoning programs. Director, Environmental .Health Services (Title) Approved ·· Q/J:( __) ! ·' / - l, / --, ) I - '~ 1~ 1 /..--j_A ' ~ f.e((i"zll,l-J_ , , ,r• (/ ~ £? . . Commissioner of Health , Fulton County \ \ �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 23

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  • Text: [Hf R ~ INTER-OFFICE Subject: To: e n g n e e r 348 PE ACHTR E E STREET ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308 404•524•8041 MEM ORAN D A Navy L e ague Youth Programs . Dan Swe at From: Tom Tucke r A co py of t his n ews r e l e as e went to Earl Lan d e rs . able to us e i t . -T T T c b Mr. Dan Sweat, Jr. The Mayor's Office City Hall 6 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 s Date: 22 Aug 1968 H ope you fello w s we r e �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 24

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  • Text: NAVY LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES For Immediate Release 1 7 August 1968 BLUE WATER SAFARI For Navy League Cadets A group of Atlanta boys, age 12-13, will have an opportunity to satisfy Youth's natural interest in the ways of the Sea. They are to spend several days on hoard the Navy's newest Mine countermeasures ship the USS OZARK )MCS-2). enclosed). (photograph The Ozark has just returned from its arduous task of searching for the nuclear submarine Scorpian. The Commanding Officer of the Ozark is Captain William B. Hooffstetter. (photograph enclosed). Navy League Cadets are recruited from all walks of life. voluntary. Cadets assume no military service oblig ation. Membership is enti rely Cadets may re sign a t any time or they may ~ mplete an entire 5 year program by advancing to the Sea C a det Corps at age 14. If the Cadet wishe s, at a g e 17, provided his scholastic standing in hig h s chool is satisfactory, he will b e e l igible t o take adva ntage of the N avy 1 s m a ny educ a tional opportunities at the college of h is choic e, i n cluding Ana poli s . could mean the equiva lent of a $15, 000. schola rship . known Atla nta citizens . e n joy it. Thi s All Cade t Of fic e rs ar e w ell These men a re exp e rie n c ed in w o rking wit h boys and they They a re cap abl e inst r ucto r s . The y serv e without p a y. The C o mmanding Officer of t his group of Atlant a boy s is L i e ute nant: C o mmander Delb ert D . Spr a gue . w h ich w e re at sea. M r. Sprag u e s erved w ith t h e Navy fo r m o re than 24 y ears . 16 of H e i s a sub ma riner by c h o ice and is a m u ch deco rated o fficer. Sinc e M r . Spragu e is a nuclear e n gineer , o ne of hi s a ssig n ments wa s o n bo ard t he Savannah. ( Cur rently h e i s w ith t he fi rm o f R o bert & C ompany Ass ocia te s of Atlanta, Ge o rgi a . Altho ugh a ny boy age 12 - 13 may j o i n the Navy League C adet Co r p s they must first pass the Navy's standard AQT test and physical e xamination , T h es e t e sts and �Page 2 For immediate release (17 Aug 1 68) examinations are given each applicant without cost or obligation to the applicant. Every boy age 12-13, and his parents, is entitled to know something about that boys mental and physical apptitudes._ Standard Navy tests and examinations such as those given to Cadet applicants sometimes reveal unknown talents. Cadets · are required to have very high ratings. Navy League After review of the results of these tests and examinations by an impartial Board, the applicant is notified as to whether he should come in for counciling, should repeat the tests, or has successfully passed the requirements. If the applicant then w ishes to take advantag e of Cadet training, a deposit of $ 35. is required to cover the cost of insurance and administrative expe nses for o n e ( - year and the replacement cost of uniforms and personal equipment . Unifor ms and equipment issued to Cadets by thei r Offic e rs are the p r ope rty of the Navy League o f the United States a nd ar e lo a n e d to t h e C a de ts during the i r traini ng per iods , Sh ould a Cad e t l e ave the Co r ps fo r any r e a son h e is re q uir e d to t u r n i n all uni fo r ms and equipment issue d to him a n d he will be refund ed $1 0 . when all unifo r ms and equi pment a r e r et u r n e d t o the N a vy L eague. All ~ adets t rain at drill and i n cla ss r ooms in t h e Nava l T r a inin g Center o n t h e G eorgia Tech C a mpus . D rill and Cl as s r oo m pe r i o d s curr entl y fr om 7: 00 P M to 9 : 00 P M e ve r y F riday. s hip, fir st a id, a nd safety . They a r e p r ovi de d wit h ar e t w o h o ur s ea c h week, H e r e they lea rn bas i c s e amanm ent al , mor a l a nd phys i cal tr a ining thru the m e dium o f N aval and o t he r in st ructi ons. ( \ They have an oppor - 1n tunity to qualifyA s wimmi n g a nd marks man s hip. They develope p r incipals of p at r iotism, good c h aracter, and good citizenship. They becom e i n stille d w ith a �Pag e 3 For immediate release (1 7 Aug '68) / I sense of duty and discipline, self-respect and respect for others. Should later in life a Cadet decide to enter the military forces he will, by virtue of having completed Sea Cadet Training, be eligi ble to enlist i n the United States Naval Reserve as a Seaman, two pay grades ·above the normal enlistee. All practical factors training of Cadets is not necessarily on Naval Ships, Naval Stations and Installations. Here they learned about backpack - They constructed shelters, learned how to build fires, and to cook their own meals from dehydrated ingredients. to snare trout in the trouts native habitat. ~- at Last June their survival training took them to remote areas in the mountains of Tennessee. ing and trail recognition. or They were shown how They saw a part of the forrest w h ich never had been i nhabited by man and w here no t re e s had ever been cut ·or any ( forrest fires had burned. This is the primeval forrest just as it w a s w hen the first w hite man set foot on Ame r i c an soil. moss . T he fo r res t floor i s c arpet ed with The re i s no underbrus h e x c e pt n ear the streams. And sunlight is broke n i n to shafts as it streak s thru tre es as tall as highrise building s. At Sea on board t h e Ozark there will b e a n entirely differ ent life . T he C adets will be mixed with t he r e gula r c r e w and will p erform t he s ame dut ies and stand the same wat ches. T hey will b e b i lle ted wit h the crew and will e at wit h the c re w . Each Cadet will have a p e r sonal instructo r to show and demonst r ate the m yriads of c hores ne ed ed to k eep a man- o f-w a r o n act i ve d uty. He w i ll have an opportun- ity t o put t o us e the contents of the Blue Jac ket s M anu a l w h ich he ha s been study( ing. Accompa nying the Cadet s on this crui s e will b e the Navy Leagues Sixth Naval �Page 4 Fo::!: irmnediate release (17 Aug 1 68) ( District National Director of Youth Programs, Mr. Thomas T. Tucker. the son of Mrs. Cornelia Tucker of 21 Lamboll Street in Charleston. Wava Dell, is an Officer in the Navy League Cadet Corps. He is His wife, While the men are on "Blue Water" she and their daughter Deveney Tucker will be staying in Charleston at 21 Lamboll Street. Their son, .John Hyrne Tucker, is one of the Cadets w ho will be on board the Ozark during its sea maneuvers. Another son, Roger St. George Tucker, is a Sea Cadet and is in "Boot Camp" training at the Naval Air Facility, Orlando, Florida. on the seas. Being a native Charlestonian Mr. Tuc.ker is at home His listing in "Who's Who" reads like a story book and show s that he has always breathed life into Youth Programs. C When he was President of the Atlanta Council of the Navy League he established the Sea Cadet Program. program is designed especially fo r boys from ag es 14 thru age 17. Thi s He wa s Chair- man of the special council cormnittee which started training the age 12-13 C a dets. These Cadet Programs are the United States Navy Leagues national ans w er to training teenagers for a useful life in our society. that he is trustw orthy and of good cha racter. able to perform the duties of a Cad e t. Each Cadet must demons t rate He must prove that he is p h ysically He must show that he has sufficie nt edu - cati o n al b ack g r oun d to abso r b t h e t r a i n i n g offere d to h i m . Cade t t rai ning str e s ses the Naval virt u e of p e r son a l hygiene , neatness , courtesy , obedie nc e, d ependability, a s·ense of respo n s ibilit y fo r d e veloping good cha r a c te r, a nd a motivation of self dicipline. ( �
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 26

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  • Text: - - - - - - -- • , I - - -- - - - ------,, , - - - Dan, JXg and Youth Services Council I should discuss this with you ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 !2-4463 - EXT. 437 it. FRANKLIN '.ity of Atlanta w. THOMAS, V. CHAIRMAN MICHAEL H. TROTTER, SECRETARY __ _.gust 12, 1968 MRS. RHODES PERDUE, MCMDCR AT LAROE f""LE.TCHlt.f"( t,;UUMB!;;i, rREASRUICR McMDCRs: FRANK R. CARMINES FLETCHER COOMBS OE .JONGH FRANKLIN G. ARTHUR HOWELL MRS . VIVIAN W. HENDERSON OCIE J. IRONS JERRY LUXEMBURGER FRANK A. PLAYER MRS. MARY B . SANFORD MRS . C. R. YATES Mr. Oliver Welch, Director State Planning Department State of Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Welch: The Atlanta the City of in the Safe and Control Children and Youth Services Council, an official agency of Atlanta, is interested in full participation with the State Streets and Crime Act and the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Act of 1968. To follow-up on previous conversations with you, I am writing you requesting that we be included in all appropriate briefings, planning and instructional meetings and, conferences related to these Acts. While our major and prir,-.a ry emphasis and relationship will be with the J. D. Act, we do intend to propose some programs and projects related to the Safe Streets and Crime Program, especially in the areas of research and demonstration. In both of these areas, we will, of course, be working in close relationship with Mr. Dan Sweat, Governmental 4iaison Director for the City of Atlanta. We will be preparing for submission at this· time, proposals under several sections of the Juveni le Delinquency Prevention and Control Act of 1968 and the Safe Streets and Crime ActQ I am fully aware of the fact that guidelines and proceudres for neither of these Acts have been developed. Our contact person on this matter should be our Executive Director, Mr. John W. Cox, City Hall, 522-4463, extension 437. E x- O,nc 1o·C H 1C F OF P o L1c e, HERBERT T . JENKINS · SUPT, OF SCHOOLS, JOHN W. LETSO N · GcNER AL MoR. OF P ARKS, JAC K C . DELIUS �j_ Mr. Oliver Welch August 12, 1968 page -2If you have further instructions, please convey them to Mr. Coxo Thanks again for your cooperatio~. I am· Sincerely, Robert M. Wood Chairman RMW: JWC: hdj cc: Mayor Allen Mr. Sweat Senator Ward Representative Alexander Chief Jenkins ·, _ �
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 2

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  • Text: METROPOLITAN ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN Summer 1968 An Inventory of Children and Youth Activities in Your Community Compiled By The Atlanta Children .:ind Youth Services Council Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. General Chairman Robert M. Wood, Chairman of Executive Committee For Further Information Call--522-4463, Ext. 437 �Inventory of Sutnr:'ier School and Recreational Activities in Southeast Atlanta. General Infonnation lor · ~formation about Youth Employment, please call Youth Opportunity Center- 875-0911 Your Local Ne~..ghborhood Service Center: (EOA) East Central Nft~ghborhood Service Center --577-1735 Edgewood Neighborhood Ser vice Center 378-~643 Price Neighborhood Service Center 525-1574 South Fultou Neighborho:Jd s~'rvice Center 757-7541 City of Atlanta Personnel ~13'pattrnent 522--4463 Ex: .. 267 For Volunteer Service Ofport~nities, please contact your local: Neighborhood Service Cent er . (EOA) "xl1CA YWCA Boys' Clubs Gir ls' Clubs Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council 522-4463 Ext. 437 F·,~ Information about scholarships for sunnner school, please call your Area Superintendent (5) Dr. G. Y. Smith- 577-3050 For information about Art and Cultural Programs, please call: The Atlanta Arts Council - 522-1300 Ext-200 Atlanta Parks and Recrea tion Department 522-4463 Ext. 311 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA) The Atlanta Children and Youth Service Council- 522--4463 Ext. 437 If you are a teenager and have any kind of a social or personal problem, and want to talk to someone in confidence about it, please call: The Atlanta Children and Youth Cervices Council, 9:00 to 5:00, 522-4463 Ext. 437 Comnrunity Council of Atlanta, Inc. 577-2250, 9:00 t,o 5:00 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center, (EOA) 9:00 to 5:00 For opportunities for 2tory-hours, contact your local branch of the Atlanta Public Library. The Crime Prevention Bureau will be conducting several educational- connnunity information programs and will be assisting agencies in record hops and other community programs. For further information, please contact: Capt. Jordan, Lt. Dickson or Sgt. Harris, at: The Crime Prevention Bureau- 522-7363 or: The Crime Prevention Bureau Officer at Your Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA) ... For information about Church Programs going on in your community, contact: . - ~~· ........ ...•. -··r. Christian Council of Atlanta---523-7533 �OPPORTUNITIES F~R LEARNING Surmner School Programs South Bend, Lakewood and Cleveland Ave.,S E The City of Atlanta- Surmner- Fun'Programs : 3- 2 wk ;.s essions Brownwood· South Bend 2- 2 wk. sessions Elementary Schools at Blair Village, Cook, Guice, Reynolds, Johnson, Slaton and Daniel Stanton. Enrichment programs, "inc~ . Ihe City of Atlanta- Swimming and Tennis elud es: a rt , music, language, dramatics, classes: June 12- July 19. Mon.- Fr i., 8:00-11:00. Brownwood, East Lake, South Bend, Joyland, Wesley. Classes begin June 12 through Aug, High School Program~ at Roosevelt. 9. Wide range of regular and special subjects, . .· t EOA Neighborhood Centei:t with full credit upon completion. June Center staff will help organize sports and .. , ·i:.· 11- Aug. 2. Mon.- Fri. 8:00-12:45. other activities for youngster s and adults. Heads t a rt Progr ams Wil l advis e ynungsters on opportuni t i es If your child has never been to school be~,·:available for summer camp. for e and will be attending for the first . East Central, 486 Decatur St., SE time in September, check with your Ne i ghEdgewood , 1723 Boulevard Dr., SE borhood Service Center to see if he or she Pr ice , 1127 Capitol Ave., SE i s e l igible. Summerhill-Mechanicsville, 65 Ga . Ave ., SE Fu l l Day Recrea tion Programs and Day ~ s OPPORTUNITIES FOR RECREATION Supervised r edreat ion progrmns , ins t ructions and athletic leagues are available at the following locations t hr oughou t the surmner for a ll age groups. These include swimming , tennis, softball, basketball, track, volleyball, gymnastics, dancing, arts, crafts, teen club. Parks and Recreation Centers Brownwood, Brownwood Ave., SE Carnes-Campbell, 1587 Wilcox S't . ,SE East Lake, Alston Dr. & Daniel St,, SE Orchard Knob Rec. Center, School Dr., SE Playgrounds and Playlots Butler, 98 Yonge St. , SE Capitol, 811 Capitol Ave., SE Cook, 211 Memorial Dr ., SE Hubert, 1043 Memorial Dr. , SE Wylie and Tye, SE Connally, near Richards nn St., SE Haygood and Crew Sts., SR Park Ave. and Lansing , SE 196 Savannah St., SE Harper Park, Poole Creek Rd., SE Daniel Stanton Park, Martin & Boyntnn Sts. University and Hubbard Sts., SE Daniel between Edgewood & DeKalb Aves., SE Atlanta Gir ls ' Club , Southeas t Branch 62 7- 5207 550 Boulevar d , SE Girls 6-18. J une 10- Augus t 16 Mon . -Sat. 10 :30 a . m. to 4:30 p.m. Swimming, homemak~ i ng , dancing, sports. (Fee) Grady Homes Boys' Club --577- 21.32 119 Hi l liard St., SE Boys 6--18, Mon. -Sat., 9 : 00 am. 9:00p.rn. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. Grady Homes Community Girls' Club. 148 Bell St., SE -•5243361 Girls 6--18, Mon.- Fri., 9:00- 3:30 (Fee) Salvation Army Fultnn Boys' Club 172~Carroll St., SE - 577--1592 Boys 7-17, Mon. - Sat., 9:00- 6 :00 Sports, games, TV, arts & crafts. (Fee) Salvation Army Fulton Girls' Club - 577- 1592 172 Carroll St., SE Girls 7-18, Mon.- Sat., 9:00- 9:00 Sports, games, TV, homemaking. (Fee) Virgil P. Warren Boys ' Club I 90.~Be:cne St., SE - 622- D!i8 Boys 6-18, Mon. - Sat., 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. (Fee) .. .' �' YMCl'~, Southeast Branch 17 65 Memorial Dr. , SE -373-6561 Boys 6-12 , Mq~.-Fri,, 9 :00 a .m. to 3: 00 p .m., June 17-Aug, 9, Game s and crafts (Fee ) J os eph B. Whitehead Boys ' Club 1 900 Lakewood Ave, , SE - 627-4 617 Boys 6-18 , Mon,-Sat ., 9 :00a ,m. t o 9 : 00 p .m. Arts, crafts, library, s ocial a ctivitie s. (Fee ) Kirkwood Chri s tian Cent er 1895 Boulevard Dr. , SE - 377- 6353 Play yard weekday s, June 10- Aug . 16 limit number, ages 4- 8 , 9 : 00 a . m.-noon . Ages 7- 1 3 , 9 :00 t o noon and 2 :00 p .m. . 4 : 30 p, m. Craf ts, tabl e game s , drama, music. Methodi st Paris h Hous e 364 Kelly St , SE - 577-1 56 9 Pl aymobi l e Mon ,- Fri . 9 : 30 a .m. - noon . Vacat i on Bible School, June 9-13 , 7 : 009 : 00 a .m. Teen Counc il 3 : 00 p.m.- 6 : 00 p .m . Pool t ables , dancing , games , Wesley Community Cent ers , I nc . ( 3 l ocations ) Bethl ehem Community Cent er , 9 Mc Donough Blvd . Capitol Homes Ctr . , 17 5 Woodwa r d Way, SE 622-091 9 or 525- 5841 Richardson St , Center Day camp for boys and g i r ls age s 6-11 June 10- July 21, 9 :00 a .m. 2 p.m. Cookouts , swinnimg , hike s , crafts . Camping . YMCA , Butler St . Summerhill Exte nsion 630 Fraser St ., SE 524-0246 Day Camp for boys and g i r ls 6-14, Mon . thru Fri., 9: 00 a . m. to 4 : 00p . m., J une 3 f or two -five we eks s essions Boy Scout s , 165 Walton St ., 52 3-7805 Day Camp f or Non-Scout Boys 11-14, Camp J. K. Orr , 2 days per week, June 24- Aug 10 Swimming , boating, s ports , crafts. Camp Fi r e Girls - LeWas i Day Camp 3400 Gordon Rd. , SW - 525-7635 ( Fee ) For non- member boys a nd girls 7-15 June 19- 30, 9:30 a .m. to 3:00 p .m. Sports, games, cookouts, fo lk da nc i ng. YMCA , Metro Atlanta Luckie Street, NW - 525-5401 Boys 6- 13 , ~:00 to 11:30 a. m., Monday Satur day. Gym & Swimming . Small group games. ( Fee ) l~5 -· YMCA, Grant Park Day Camp 525- 540:i,. Boys and girls 6-13 , June 12 - July 21, 8 : 30 a.m. 50 4 : c 00 p .m. (Fee ) ' YMCA, South Bend Day Camp - 525 -5401 Boys and gir l s 6-13, June 12-July 21, 8 : 30 a . m. t0 4 : 00 p .m. (Fee ) YMCA , 72 Edgewood Ave ,, NE , 524 - 3416(Fee ) ~i-Naighbor Program, girl s 6-12, boys 6-10 , June 17-Aug .17, 9: 00 a. m. 50 5 : 00 p .m. Swimming, arts, cra fts , games, drawi ng, stunt s, c hart reading , f olk danc i ng . YWCA, Phyll is Wheat l ey Br a nc h ( Fee ) 599 Tatna l l St., SW - 523 - 0543 Gi r l s 6-16 , Mon .-Fri ., 9 : 00 a.m. t o 4 :00 p . m. Swi mmi ng , movi es , homema ki ng , sport s , YWCA Program , Thomas vil l e Community Bi bl e Way Chur ch 1840 Thoma sville Dr . , SE - 523- 0543 Day Camp f or g i r l s 6- 16 , Mon. -Fri . , 9 : 00 a .m. t o 4 : 00 p .m. June 10- Aug . 1 9 Homemaking , outdoor r ecreation, Swimming at Washington Park , ( Fee ) trips , cooking , nature s tudy . Camp Fire Girls Camp Wohelo (Day Camp ) Girls 7-17, June 1 0- 21 . (Fee ) Ea s t Si de Boys Club 1400 Blvd . Dr. NE - 523- 0724 Boys 6-18 , 9 : 00 - 9 : 00 Ar t & Cultural Programs, a rt s , crafts, sport s, games e t c . Northwest Ga . Girl Scout Council Excha nge Park Day Camp. For Gir ls 7-17, July 9-1 2 , 16- 19 , July 23- 26 , J uly 30-Aug 2 . Northwe st Ga . Gir l Scout Council For est Pa rk Day Camp . For Gi r l s 7-17 , J ul y 8-11, 15-18 Camp Fire Girls Camp Tawasi N. Parkwood Rd, Decatur For Gi r l s 7-17 , June 17-28, July 1-12. Reynol dstown Communit y Gi r ls Club Da y Camp for girls 6-18 . June 13 - Aug-26, �OPPORTUlHTIES FOR RESIDENT CAMPS Wesley Community Center 9 McDonough Blvd. SE - 627-0176 3 locations - Bethlem Center Capitol Hornes Center Richard Street Center. Camp for boys and Girls 6-15. July 3-12, July 17-26 - (Fee) Atlanta Recreation Dept . Camp Lake Allatoona, Acworth Boys and girls~ 8-·1 2. Three day and two night sessions. June 17-Aug., 30. Swimming, boating, camp skills. Atl anta Boys' Club 1191 Donnelly Ave ,, SW - 758-1467 Girls 8-16, June 6-Aug,-16. Boy Scouts, 167 Walton St., NW - 523-7 805 For non-Scout boys 11-17, Camp Emerson, Bert Adams Scout Res,, Covington, 6 days per week , June 23-Aug.-4; Swimming , boat ing , camp skill s, SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAMS. Grady Hornes Community Girls' Club 148 Bell St , SE 524-3361 Girls 6-18, June 1- July 31. Supper Club, Sewing, home nursing. Butler Street YMCA 22 Butler St. Summer Fun Club, from 4:00 to 8:00 eae~ eve~ing. Kirkwood Christian Center 1895 Boulevard Dr. S.E. 377-6353 Program in planning stage, please call for further information. ~t -· -4 �
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 6

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  • Text: ~:;:T;:::::::10:U y_·o_u_T_'H_ S_E_R_VI _•. _c _E _s _ c_ o_ u_JN_,c_ 1_.L~ - - - - = - ~ ~=- ~1_ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ ,_ _ o_rnER GRA T SUPPORT_ __ A _ P_ P_:_: _: ~·~ = = = - I NS T RUCTIONS : L i s t a ll oth e r s upport for th is proj ec t, i nc luding r eques t s n ow b e i ng con s ide r e d by PHS. Amounts s h own should r e flec t t otal fund s awarde d or pendin g over t he entire grant pe riod L-1dic a ted in the fina l column . U se continua t i on p age, if necess ary ,, and follo w s ame for ma t. ·- -------~-~~---------~~-~-------- P U BLIC HEA L T H SERVI C E SU PPOR T T OT A L P ER I OD O F SU P P ORT G RANT N U M BE R (If d es i g n atc d) TIT LE O F ACT I V E O R A P PROV E D P R O J EC T T OTAL A MOU N T G IVE D A T E S ( FR O,W-TO) 143.215.248.55 314 ( e ) (1) $565 , 425 CO 1MlJrUTY DEVELOPM ENT AIDE PROJECT ( RODENT CONTROL) 0 May, 1968 May, 1971 - >0... 0 u I- LL. < 0:: APP LI CATIO NS PEND I N G DEC IS I O N (Gi ve tit le a nd reques t e d amount) Cl ~ 0 u... LU V) > 0 z < ~----------ALL OTH ER FE D ERA L A N D NO N FE D ERA L SUPP O RT (RE LA T E D TO TH IS PROJECT) SO U RCE AN D PR OJ ECT NO . T OTA L PE R I OD OF SUP PORT T I TL E OF PRO J EC T OR PRO G RAM T OT A L AMOUN T - LU > 0 ~ w ~ 0 APPLICATIONS PENDING D EC IS I ON (G , vo title and reque s t e d amount) PH S- 4885- 1 ( PAGE 5 ) 4 - 66 - G I V E DATE S (FROM- TO) �
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 7

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  • Text: · 1 Rats Menadng · Area, Near Tech' I I '- · The Editors: A problem or , the City of Atlanta that is not r eceiving the proper attention is· r at control. I am a student at Georgia Tech and live in close proximity to the Varsity. JVIany times while on the way there I have just about been run over by r ats trying to get out of my way. . . . "While carrying a letter to the mailbox I almost stepped on a dead rat that was large enough to scare off the mean.. est alley cat in Atlanta. Something should be done ·a bout this situation. It is a potentiaily dangerous health problem. Ti-IOMAS BALLENTINE. Atlanta. v v i,# �
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 10

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  • Text: ~ .14~~,.,, il : ·- ----~-- -------- ----,----.-.,............. .....-..-----------~--;----------------------- . DI.:PARTi·l:C:ln' UF HOUSrnG AKD URDAN DEVELOPMENT U~BAN REl·J£W.AL PROGRAH CONSOLIDATED BUDGET Ri::PORT J',over.i b·e r 30 , .- I ! _.,... ennnv -- .::.- 'C.'Q::11.~ l1, FUR MONTH ENDED ., jLOCALITY . j At l am::a, Ge org ia 19 6 °u ?ROJECT NO. CRF CF,-L..I l a 'PUBi,IC LODY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I . .f,tJ.an ta Ch iJ.dren a nd You .:n Se r vi c es ( ou1 ;c u. . .,.,.,..-.-,,__,.,..,...,,...,..,.,...,..,..,....,.-,--,-,-:-:,~,-.,,.,c-------fOM MUl~l'l'Y 1<1liL\1,'\IJ ?l\CGi, Mi ;;Q. ,1'..2POi;:'II:, G l) i•.Ti.: co;.rnrnHTY RE}rE;TAL PROGRAM PROGRESS RI:.!?OR'l' i ll flcrr<~p- c~K l '.i.,.J.. 1"· ·c ·' ,l.; m;·ur I .u~ [ ~I,.,.l•:-: Js~·1..,. ·rz..,.U..,.C~T,.,l~ -o'"';".,~ D-:i'""s_p_o._t_c..,.h_o_r-:i-g-:i-n_a..,.l_a_n-:d:-::2~c-o-p-:i-e_s_t_o_r_e_a_c-:-h--:-t-:-h-e~l!~U:-:::D-':-:R-eg-=-i-o_n_a-=-1--::::o-::f~f1··-c_e_b_y_t_J--1e_2_0_t_h_o_f_t_h_e_m_o_n_t_n_f_o_l_l_o_w_i_r1_g_e_a_c_h_c_alend2.r c; uart er. 1 S,-:-..,. ._, .., ,. 1 .. - I.. ·.. ' - --· ~ PI...!1;.m.:;:.;·; G PERIOD Date of app:!'oval of initial budget: i·1arc h , 19 6L fo . of months ofr which budget is cur1"ently approved: A. Current estimated date for submission · of Commu:-,ity Renewal Ppog r2.:n to LUD: :-.a rc r. L9- .., 12 i PROG Ri\ 11 B. I-'(E? O~T OF COSTS LATEST APPROVED BUDGE.T D/1T":'" Ma re n , , ,~8 ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION I (af' -- COST Il~CUPI-..ED TO DATE OUTSTANDING COl-11-lITMENTS \ (b) TOTAL EHCU!-1BRAHCI:S (b) plus (c) (cl) (c) UNEli CU MBER1D 3 ALAECE (a) minus (d) (e) • .i--------------(s----:----.-----;-----,----,----,----..---1----+-------~---+----...----.-----·---iWViBER DESC RIPTION I fed. I Tot. Loe, Fed, Loe. Tot, Fed. Tot~ Loe. fed. rc.t. Loe. Loc,j Ee.d-.: Tot. !-- - - - - - - - ~ - - : - - - - - - - - - - - - --(----1-----1:----;-----;---i----;r·--;---..-----------<----!>---.----'l----i,., ----.-----_ j I '· I I I C 141 0 . 2 Staff Sa lari e s a 28 ,0 0 0 1 0 , 7 oc\i_3_H~,:..7_0_0-i-1_9..:,,_l_ G_3-:-_8_.,,_ 8_l1_s r2 _e ___ o_o _8 -;.-l__ o _J,--o_,_·;--o_-{_1_9__,._l_G _:3_:-8_. ' _8_4_5_l""b_u_·,_C.: 'J( 8 , t:.37 __ C_l_4_'1_0_7_ _ __,_l'- i:-·r:-,p-l _o_·, -c- e- --D-c-r.-e ~fl..-.t----,~ - ~ I O O j O O C Contrioution s ~:--o-~___o_ :: - -o__;___o_-.,.___ o_t-----:-----:- - - - r - - -0- - ; - - - -:- G- ~ f_, t I C lL!l 0.91 j C 1 1~10 . 9 2 1410 .93 ! 86~ir l C 1 430 900 I 3oc} 1, 200 118 I llol O Adm inistrative 4 00 Co n t ract Service s O 3,s oq 3, ~rno j O O 400 j2 , l70 , 'l. , 'J7'J O o I o lowi ijtt ~ c h sp ~ dit anal - c--....l -4b__,_o- - - - - - :ltO _ t_n_ e_r s_C_o_ _esd_ary G_ l_t~--l---+----1-----;----l--~-l· - -O !I bp st1ect i.i.s-t s n_·e-ces O O O O G I G I 0 I Ci O O I llo - _ _i Ci I 11cc, ::: , 17 (i o I o io L, :.i7 1.. j c, h ·, j 1 , ::,0 0 l 0 1, 3::i o C I ·- - i ! _ __ I"::~~1-o I· .,lr~~--~-j: -, --+.s----_-_-_-~·1 ______~---_-_-_.,. ,...-_-_-_-_~,..._-_-_-_-_ ~li;·_-_-_-_-_ __ _ ,f o o :-:_o v '" ·~ -_-_-_O 'v I I I --:-->--!;--<--l---1--{·- ---! _jI__I,_____I !;- :1._-:I_- _ ___ _ _ >. ; .. ,! - I '. \ i •u 1• \J !---------~'------------------- ~--_.__________________________ i. ble Equip. 1=c=·==l=4=7=5==========f"Fionexpend. I ~TOTAL I ( °I - u -. - - -i-- ; - 1 --;- - i - - i - - - . \ -:,- : . - - -i---- - . - - i - -l_ _jc~ =· O 1 0 , 69 2 0 ·..n l cl. _1.i . I u 1 I ':.~ l Il I G f3 7u "L. I I{___ 1 , (: 82 I .iu ~·.- :,- 4- 1 u t;_:,_s___ ---1, Re?roduction _a_n_d_._e~p_o_r_t_s_l----v---~---~-- ---i- --!r----;----i-- ---r,-----.'----+----.' ---':----;-----e- _ ____.,, .-------, l ·fra. v e l _ _.:__,::__;__;__ _-'.-!.- - - - - . - - - -R - - - -:- - -r-70- o-+!--J-0-;-1..;.,0-0 -0 -!-l--4- G -ii--5-1-s-,--5 0-. 1-:I-- 0---,,i- -(J--ili-o - - ; - - -4-o-.--:.i-l -:i--,I · c 2., ss:_. I i o 'JOO l, 3o , oo o i15 f , 30 SUO i+s . oou O 1 9 , 7 -;,_·1 sew ~ 2 , o..ldJ l SOC , 7 57 O u O ~ W O o .i GC. i 1· .iU v f C.· ,~ I . B ,7 :,,t i: , G:.i G 31 7 57p c , n:;.L , :.,:.., .., l ,- G -- - : . . . - - . . 13 , ~'-3 ! 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ , ___~ - - - - -~-- - - - - - - - - - - - -- - j �PROJECT i:W . C. RF- ~.:. .~ F t'.?-.J. I Budget Report for -the Month of J-:overr,be r• 30!, 1 96&\ Total Budget 3.8 , 700 Federal 28 , u ,.; v Local 10 , 'JOO Others Itei"!ls Inculdecl Sala ri e s a ric. \i a.g es Item No. C 1 410. 2 PERSON~t L BUDGET ij~ MONTHS f__ __________________ .··--'- - - - - ~ - ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - -11. L !~ ---~·-!-~.,.,.i;-. . u----.--L_o~i-·-1--;-1,o-ot_O_G~' I F!'J'~½BC!. . l.I l~o_s_i_t_i_o_n_:_ P_r_o_R_: r_a_m_ D_e_v_e_l_o_D _l:l_.e_n_t_S _•_p _. i. Lewis F . Dinkin s 2. Pcs itior.: 1. 2• 3. ' Se cret;:iry Of f ice ii,:rnc1 >Te r • 2 3. U 6 , SUO Ka r en Kovac , Laure n : ;c C.lr1. 1,,i hriri An d r ea C Sni ~:i1 Eule ne C. Felton cl e r l<: - Typ i st 'TS P csition 1. G, SUO , :.i . t-1' 1 Ii 0 , r~;J: j (. n i _ _,...,,.,_,..;.-..............._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _:-·- - - -..;-- - - -:- 2-,-0-0-· o - .·':;-_·.T SU Pc sitio~ : P~ crea_t_i_o_n_ ?_1_a_r_i!-11-·n_r_: _s_p_· _·_ _ 1 , 000 1> 000 • l. :.;ic \w.el r . '. \c:y _ f 1 2, l:c l e n ll . Jo r:.::: s l 11 l 1 Fed. J A~t-~y Tot . 600 211 0 '.ill 11 0 0 (J L1(J O I I I . +i-------n • ~ ,· ~I kub Total · I I --1-, _s_o_ o___o____ti _r._o_o_,f ' ·, . :-----! - --;-- ---;i- ------~----·-----1 h • ~ - - - ~-- - - - - - - 0 Fed. -Lo~~CEt';~; : . ~ T·.~ ~ I:ul•..! t,e C . f ,:;lto:1, r m.~ :!irw:c l s t e i n , Vi r,; 1ni 2. Pooe , LclE:11 Jcn c s . Ge. -l ,r,lie L . Cul;: cpn ,2r . l'u.trici a ,· ,::i r ,1 3• GO(; Tot . , . l 1'. !1 l . - ---. - -.---------------I I ! i I j I ,,-------------:,-;-------1---~--~. , ,--------~-----,------·,rsu Pc si tion: In ter- !, c en.~y S;; c ciuli s t l 000 0 l OUO 1 , 1 1, St e v e n Fo:-: ' l. 2. I 3. I.~~ Suppo r t i v e Sc r vice c; Sp . ',li ls on f.. s liiT.orc ftrt~iU:!'.' La ng for L! , Jr . Ee lc:1 '5-:=-' J o..,_n~c; s- - = - - - - - - - - l ~: l 1 , 000 ! I 0 ! l 000 -- JJ-ji' ---'"'-----:il;---·i ------!---~Ji------1-----!----1-·--- - -.,- - - - - - - - - > , Il l jj jl 1. 1 I j 'I r 1· I ! I I l ·! l I I l ·~ - - - - -:- ,._.:t,!,_,: r--;•---,--..--t' -.--' ' --;-!- - 1 - -l- . . . . , - - - - .I I 1 1i ~ i1 t ~, ' FSU ? csi tion : FSU ' 2. 3. s \ : 143.215.248.55 : J. . I ~~ 143.215.248.55 ~crv icc S? c cial i~ 1, OQ C, /\ rt 11 ur La n;,f o r c.: , Jr . 1 , 0 00 j 2 , 000 I t l1 I ii ~--------H-1,--!--t-l I I .. 1' I I ·! I r ! j I - l i l · ----+----+---+---+---l----+---~-----1·----.---------- ·1 JH ---rr-t, . FEDERA L SFARI: USE: D . j .. t ! I· UL j l , , J 1 .J �Bu dg et ~ep o r t £or t h e Mont h of . :cvu :.Lc 1· 3_0 ~ E m0 Total Bu dg et 28 ,'/G lJ F e d e ral 2 5 , 000 Local q , ·10~ Ot h ers Items Ineulde d .;nl:,ri foS C:. i ,G ,. d .;_;2s Item No. C l .L PROJECT ~ O. ~ - .1 - i ~ ~ I'i,RT II ,-----------------------..-1,--------------------------------------------------,------------;. l I ~ l 1 _ _ _ _P _E _ R_s _o _N_N_E_L_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-H_ _ _B_u_D_G.,.:s_ ·r_____,____+~(- -----------.----,--,-,----!"l_·o_1-·rn __:~_-_-,-________,_____,,__________-!j l Fed, r-l._-p 0 s i t ion : ~: Loe, 5 v700 o Youth Co ord i n a tor ., 1 ot . ~-i'j , ~~':! _· loyment P l an n i n .~~ S:, . 1,00 0 - Cl":ar le s Storr;i 2, TeY·:c-v T. • ,t,llen 2, 00 0 i3 - DECE MBE R Loe, Tot- ' Fed, J AlWARY Loe. I 000 , ~ M l ~L 1 ~ I I' ~ q . n ~~:v!::;e:~" . ri l:r t :-.ur Lan::forc: , ,J r . 11 ...f'.... ·:_,~..._~_,_·r_·_  :-_.,_,__. __ r ...,_.. r .- .... r ..._L.._ ··, _. ,i.... r.: _________________ j ~ - - -} , 326 ri~;~gc}~gi::c _ Cu ltura l 0 a, u· 1, 000 I, ;': LSU Pc_s_i_t_i_o_r-.:- .- I.i-' u-,~-.i-.~--e- s_s___ L _ i _c1_i _s _o_n _ S_D_e_c_i _a_l _i_s_t~, t 0 11 538 1, 000 , 2 , 000 . ~, I j 1, 000 ~ J ~ u b Total i I I I , ' I I -i-(-,1- l;l - Co~ ~ .ri - ~ - : - i - l : ::m,11n ity Gr;- ani za tion S:-i , 2,000 1, 00 0 3 ,0 0 0 ~ 3, Tot. ,~-----r-i---,----,---~-----:-----,------,-----,),- ----------.1 '.! 2: I. I! l 0 7:J 47 5 fi , _ 1 . I y:----z,-----ia-----1 ----+,---+----l----,:- ----:----+I-----------.-11 Pc sition : , Fed. Tot. 1 l. ~ ~. ' 5,70 0 ti.--, John ,·: . Cc x ':rs tl Pc ,siti on : NOVE MBE R Fed. Loe, II i O 1, 326 l I 7 . 7----------·~, I I. I · ' I 53 8 I 1 - !- j I ~ 1, 000 j 0 I I . I I l -·---l- ----! Jaccs c. Mvern I ',LSU Pc si t ion: i'ub li c Re l at i ons SDc ci. a l i::; t ij l. fnn Co bb I ; : Li ttlc ,_ He al Bat tle & Li ndsev , foe . I p , ,sition: O I 2 , 000' •_ lr'~!', l', I - II I 1. J !' ~ I I i.~n!_ ; i1 J 1. 2 , 000 --:--'----i--1---+---;----,---i_J_ 1.;'-!- _ · 1 1· I j ! ! I ! I l I , I ' 1I l ].--·¼-.- -t-!-+--_-· --rl----11- ! i I 1, I I 1 l I j I i - I '--_Ji:___!,_____! ---1 -r' I I I '·l I I To tal Pers onn el _ _ _ _ _~2~ a ,_ oo . L15 00~4~ 3 ,~ 70~ , 075 47:0: ~ , 2-. : 55.0. . I - - - - 1 - - - - L . - -1- - : . . - - . . . : . - - ~ - . . . _ _ - - : - - - - - - ';; ,, _ ___:...:.::...:..:.:..::..:.:.:.::.:.:.:_ ,;7; ~JJ'\ ~2~ ~-.!. '  ;,ocA L SEARE USED . �Budget · Repor t f or the Month of _:c,,; c.,:1:_. ,_ r .2 C, l 9b U To tal Budget l . 2 0l• Federal 9(1 (; Local ,,,, Items Inculded Ou t of Tc,:r, ·;-:-:-: '; :) _ I tem No• C lL: ..1. v . :., I -- - t I 1_ ! l . l\ ! i- TRAVEL Fed. - - ~ I q Loe. 300 ,I 1!1 Tot . ,(, 1.~0U ~ I ~l 1q - t~ - i 900 .. ~l BUDGET 1 - NOV:i::~BER Fed. Loe. . Tot .! I 0 ! _, 11 . I ' fi ..n ...,I ' . Ii ,· il . l]j - :.. I i '· I I I 111 . I .. !, ... ·- ...i' . .. rl - 1· fl 1 '\ i - ih: 900 300 I' II J 1,20 0 t/ i 0 ) l !I I J I -. -l .. 'r• ',_ . I I I ·- - · - I· J i I I ! 0 - \ .? t • I, -- -· i. . l• ! l I f l l l l i l I ! l I \ l i i j 1 . .. .. t. I . 0 I ... I - I . lI t .- lI t I l - I iii ll I II i ! I ~I . l - i:fl r-~-- I ? ,. u I__ l ·, . \1 I sub Total Tot . II . ll I Loe . II l t . I tii · ~ .J •..:i.;cP.~Y Fed . I lJ rl ! . ~ I· . .. 'l L ~ Fed . DECEMBE~ Loe. Tot ~ I I I 4 ··· 1 .. I 11 ' JJ. 1 e· ·• f .. - Others _ __ MONTHS 0.. 0 ~I, ' t'. . ( ;?; .. 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PE - ·- - - -- _ --, .·- · ==·'_-.t:.A .:.: _;,_._ . c. r:11J e r .3n ~ I . . ~L --:---~~ ~--~=~~-~-" .,o.:,vr.- ,2_=.L':::C=~..l143.215.248.55 12:54, 29 December 2017 (EST):e:r·:r_s::-:-,-~-:.,. =-= =---- BUDGET • C, , t · ·-· Loe l .I _ __. ---i Tot Total I ·:1su r - ·- · -~o • ,, .• f- -1:c.:. J.\; '.J 0 ,._:, 0th _117 r; v ;.;e·.-:r.~ L·- -~- -.. _ ,. a em NoI ., esks F d ' , lSti iCO J. - - - - - - ~_'.__ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ s;-, ,.: : '-'"' " EQ UI" f'iE?-iT Loe. PROJECT • .. _ _ __j l j n 1 I 1 ! I 1-- 1• t I l I l I I' __ _J I I . I ' I ( j I II I I 1 li l I ~=_'.'LOCAL SHARE USED . 500 0 0 .. - 9 0 r I' . I ! I l l I . It I I l! \ I I l. - i �
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 14

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  • Text: - ' DLPA?.'l'M.t:lH UF i·:!OUSI :~G AKD UR.SAN DI::VELOPMI:NT CONSOLIDATED :S UDGJ:.:T Ri:;POR'i' FUR MONTH ENDED i\up; ust 31, ?ROJ£CT NO. CRP-Cl{ D .1. URil AI{ RE NEWAL PROGH.A!ii CD;-11'.WHTY RENE;lAL PROGRAM PROGRES S REPORT !LOCALITY At l a nta , Geor g ia iPUil LIC LODY At l an t a Ch ildren and Youth Services Council COMilUi:~lTY l{LHL\J/).L ?lWGi'1\i·i ;io . KEPo~·ruG VATi..: 19 68 I I Aug . 31, 19b8 CRP - CR 1 21 Dispat c h original and 2 copie s "c o r eac h the lIUD REib ionnl Offic e by the 20th of the mouth f ollowi11g Cd C h ca l endar c; uarter . PLii:·:IHi-iG PERIOD Da te of approval of initial budget: Ma r ch 6, 1 9 68 Current estima t ed date for suLm i s s ion ifo. o f months f or . wh ich budge t is cur rent _ly approved: 12 of Comm urlity Rene.....-al I'rogra;n to liUD : M9 rc hl9.§.?_ l-.'ST!rnCTI O~·JS: . -- RE?ORT OF PROGRAM COSTS J. - LATEST ilPPROVED l arc UD~l:.T D/ln;~ 8 , (a Jg __ ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATIO N . DE SCRI PTION rm : iEC:R - Fe d. Loe. I Tot. COST rn CUP.F.E D TO DATE Fe d. Loe. . . C 111.1 0 . ()1 Travel 900 301 1 , 200 11 8 . C .:_1~1 0 . 92 Reproduct i on a nd R~port s Qthcr Admini s trat ive co s t 700 30( 1 ,ooo l 27 51 5 400 3 . 500 400 1. 047 Cont r a c t Serv i ce s 0 0 o· 0 0 ·O 0 0 J C 1410.93 C 1430 - C l460 28 , 000 1 0 , 70 t 38 ,70 0 12,032 0 1 Other Costs ~sgeait bclowJ Qtt a c b d it a nal she et i r nec essary 0 0 3 . 900 Tot. - I 0 0 Tot. 0 Fed. Loe. 12 , 032 7 ,420 0 0 0 ~ 0 0 0 11 8 0 0 0 ll 8l 542 1 0 0 0 0 _g_J 271 0 0 0 0 0 l. 44 7 0 0 0 0 I UNENCUMB:CRl:..D i3ALA1':CE ( a) min us (
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Box 3, Folder 3, Document 1

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  • Text: THE MINUTES OF A SPECIAL MEETING 0-Ftt"- - - THE CITY OF GEORGIA A special meeting of the Commiss ioners- of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, was held in the Conference Room of the Authority, 824 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia, at 11:00 A.M. on D0ce111ber 11, 1969.The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, and upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Present Absent Mr. Edwin L. Sterne Mr. George S. Cr aft Mr. Jack F. Glenn Mr. J.B . Blayton Rev. W.H. Borders The Chair-man decla r ed a quorum .present. The Chairman reported that this speeial meeting was convened pursuant to a duly dated and si gned Notice of Special Meeting whi ch wa s served each Comrn issioner in due time, form, and mann0 r as required by law. The Chairman read the original of the "Notice and Cert if icat e 11 set forth b elow, and the same was ordered spread on the minutes, as follows: NOTICE AND CERTIFICATE 1. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING TO THE BOARD OF COMM ISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA Noti.ce is here by given that a special mee ting of the Board of Commissicners of THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF A'rLANTA, GEORGIA, will be held at 82L~ Hurt Building , in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, E.S.T., the re gul ar meeting place thereof, at 11:00 o 1 clock A. M., on the 11th day of De cember, 1969, for the purposes of conside ri ng and adopting a RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF NEW HOUSING AUTHORITY BONDS ( SEVENTH ISSUE) OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF TI-IS CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, I N THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NINE MILLION~ SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY-FIVE THOUS AND DOLLARS ($ 9,755 ,000 ) TO AID IN FINANCING LOW- RENT HOUSING AN D PURPOSES INCIDENTAL THERETO; and for the purpose of transacting any other business whi ch may properly come before such meeting. Dated this 11th day of December, 1969. Cha irman �I /. 2. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I, LESTER H. PERSELLS, Secretary of the Board. of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, HEREBY CERTIFY tha t on the 8th d ay of December 9 1969, I se r ve d a true copy of the fore g oing Notice of S pe cial Meet i ng on ea ch and e very Commissioner of the Board of Commis si on ers o f the Hous i n g Au thor i ty of the Cit y of Atlanta, Georgia, in the followin3 manne r: by letter. Witness my hand this 11th day of December, 1969. Secretary The following resolution wa s introduced by Mr. Craft, read in full and considered: ""' ,_ �Commissioner Cra ft mov ed tha t the foregoing resolution be adopted as introduced and re a d, which motlon was seconde d by Commissioner Glenn, and upon roll call the "Aye s 11_ and "Nays II were as follows: AYES Mr. Ge org e S. Cr aft NAYS None Mr. Jack F o Gl e nn Mr. Edwin L. Sterne The Chairman the r eupon declared said motion carried and said resolution adopted. There being no f urthe r busine ss to come befor e the meeting , upon motion duly ma d e a nd seconde d, the mee t ing was adjourned. Chairman .· Counsel Secre t ary r t �
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Box 3, Folder 3, Document 4

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  • Text: BSDFORD PTI,: E AR.SA 1. What: in your esti ,-.,o.t ion, is the best or no3t feasible 8.~p1·oci.ch to the pi·o"':ll::Ll o:::' housing clispb.c ccl pe:csono? Persons displaced by governrn.ental action rn.ust be r e located within the general ·confines of tl).eir immediate :neighborhood. Displac eme nt of families or persons . outside their;' neighborhood disrupts family unity and creates untold social problems. Programs which w ill allow gradual demolition and replacement of housing rather than wholesale demolition of neighborhoods must be established. 2. Whe:'e, E',re your vieHs conc e1·ning t er::po1·s.1::' reloc,J..tc.b le hou sing ? Pros ancl Cons I favor temporary relocatable housin~. It "vill hel p prevent disruption oI neighborhoods and familie s . Such temporary housing must not be allowed to dev e lop into permanent u:..r1de s irab le, bel ow code housing. ·~ . What posit ion does City Eall te.ke uith rega rd to relocatable housing? specificall:,r the tn>e to be used in the Bedford ?ine Project. Then City hall proposed a n d encourag ed the relocatable housing demonstration 1n B e dford-Pin e and Mod e l Citie s . ~ · l~. \':'hat rol e •,rill the City pl £>.;," ,rith r ez;urcl to this t e::.pore.r;r reloce.t o.b l e housi:rlg? See Numb e r 3 . Atla nta Hous i n g Authority is t h e City ' s agent for a d min iste ring th e urban r e n e wal and h ous i ng p rogram. 5. ~foat ple.ns does Ci t y- Ha ll ha ve in ,1ind 1rith re3:8.rd t ::i th e Bedford. F ine are2.? HoH do the s e p l ans differ fr o!:! the actual plans? The actual pl ans a s submitte d b y the Atl a nta Housing Authority ar e the p lans of th e City s i nc e Af{A 1s the City's agent for ,housing red e v elopmfn t. 6. Wha t long r a ne; e go!l.1 s n.nd plans 2..re projected for the ar ea ? �~- 7. ·1 !hat :i.n your e stir~o.t ion, ,-rould be1~efit the area the r,wst? \'[hat are their ir:uJ.ediate neecls? The immediate needs in the ~rea are in the area of providing decent housing. Parks and sGhools have been dev e loped and are in operation. Economic Oppo7:..tl;l-nity programs must of necessity go hand-in-hand with the development of physical facilities. 1,1 6. 11·/hat conrcrt..mication lfoks does the Cit~-- have with the I,e,~_ford Pine Ne::,;ro leacle1·ship? Beclford-Pine Negro leader s hip communicated with City Hall through t he Bedford-Pine Urban Renewal Corn.rnittee or Sub--Cori-irnittee to the Citi zens • Advisory C on1.mittee for Urban Renewal. by using these tet:1pora17 relocat ab le housing units it .-rill heJ.p strengthen the nei,chborhoocl concept? Encourage people to st r..y in the area? Explain. 9. Do you think that Yes. People establish roots in an area and even though it might be substandard, it is hoE1-e to them. ".:i. . ,; 10. Do _you antici:pat.e usinr; t he t e~:.1:)o r e.ry housin6 else·.rllere i.n the futur e? I f so for ~ihat use· irnd i'rhe1·e? ~Ihat uill b e do~--ie with th a nnits during the interin? Yes in th e Model Cities p roj ect. The red e velopment needs in thi s city are so great that ther e would always be a us e for temporary housing units and ther e would be no inte rim period w h en these unit s wo uld be allowe d to stand vacant . 11. What type o:£' reloca tion pb.ns are there for retaini::-1g c~mrches a.71d locs.l stores in the neir;hbor~ood ': See Atlanta Housing Authority plans. 12. Are you a•.-r:?..re of' · any- neu -propos3.ls -for the :area, such as ex;,~·n::ling the c1.v1.c cent er or utilizing t he a.re;_ f;r co::::::ercial development purpo ses? ·,·Tr.at are City Ralls vie•.-rs? How 1-rould you like to see the area deve lop ed? Expound. I am aware of no specific proposal for expanding the Civi"c Center or utilitizing the area for commercial d e ve l opment . The area should be primarily redevelop e d for housing. W e should not, howe ver, d eny the ~tl anta a rea ad e quate c1;vic faciliti es a nd the total n ee d s of th e city mus t be weighed with th e needs of the Bedford-Pine community in d e t ermining reuse. 13. ~foe.t is t he curre;1t status of the 3edfo~·d Fine pro ject? Se e Atl anta Housing Authority. �.. 11~. Does the City· plan to initiate 2.ny ne,-! types of · lou cost housing for the area? If so explain. See Atlanta Housing Authority. 15. ~·That oth er asencies, on e. loce.1 r;overnnental level, are envolved in the planning · or developr:ient stages of this project? Atlanta Housing Authority and City Planning Department. 16. ';[hat suggestion s Hould yot1 h2.ve for copfog with the housing proble:n other than using the t er.:1"901·a ry- r e loce.t2.ble housing? .~ ., . List alternatives. The Mayor's Housing Program sets forth specific goals and has provided for machinery to push housing plans. A copy of this program is attached. '. '. Dan Sweat Director of Governmental Liaison City of Atlan ta Thank you �
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Box 3, Folder 3, Document 9

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  • Text: r, .' .) HUU:::i lN G ll.E:::iO :. mCE S COMI.1ITTEE May 1 5, 1969 l T o ... :ii Dwe ll i ng Units Permitted in Atlanta: 1...,63 - 9 , 129 196 6 - 2,-382 Dwelling Units Demolis hed Under Ho using Cod..9 ~ SU11JMARY 1 96 4' - 3, 8 29 1967 - 4,630 1 44 Nov . & DGc. 1 966 1 9 6 5 - 2,656 1968 - 5,333 Durin g 1967 1 , 2 72 STATUS OF ACCELEREATED I.OW-INCOME HOUSING PROGRAM Duri n g 1968 1 ,0 53 (Commenced Nov. 15, 1966) 1969 to Da t e 33 4 TOTAL 2, 803 5 yr. Program, 1967-71 Go a l s: ½ e st ablished for first 2 yrs. 100% (57%) (13%) (30%) (0%) ( 0) ( S3 me % used for 5 yr. period) 16,800 (2,184) (5,040) (9,576) .,L./ o.J ! St atu s No. Units P.H. & TK 5-15-69 4,839 5-15-68 2,031 Und er Cons t r u ction 7,256 5,108 (144 7) In Plnnning 7,90~ 7 , 151 19 , 998 1 2 015 21,013 I nc re a se or Def ici t +4 ,213 Be in g Consid er e d(al l c at . ) 3,535 Co mp l e ted (Ne w Constr.) To tal In Sight Plus Lea si n g Progra m 5-15-69 (790) . '-•' ' / .' ..""" "' : Pvt. Devel. (Conv.) FHA 5-15-69 (1082) 5-15-68 (510) 5-15-69 (2809) (910) (1858) (1188) (1 313) (291 4 ) (5273) 14,290 281 14,571 (3550) (1015) (4 565) (3906) (281) ( 4 18 '7) -2,229 4 ,481 (-5011) (-5389) 0 5-15-68 (82) '---. El derl y & N. H. - 5-15-68 (1439) ·s - 1 5- 6 9 ( 1 58) (3710) (3010) ( 2 4 1) (3 6 51} (688) ( 1 4 0) ( 62 4 ) (44 6 ) (8218) (53 4 9) (7207) ( 4 589) ( 1 023) (44 6 ) (+6034) (f3165) ( +2167) (-4 51) (t1023) ( +44 6 ) 5- 1 5-68 Did Not Mat eria lize ( Se e Note A attached ) Figu r e s in this column a re ba sic and re p r e s e n t th e e n ti re prog r a m; ( ) in columns to t he right , i n dic a te b r eakdow n by programs of f ig ure s inc luded in ba sic col u mn . * *Wil l r equire additi o na l r e s ervat ion o f 1, 93 6 units n o t yet reques t ed b y the Ci ty. *** In additio n ; 1, 0 1 5 un i t s hav e b ee n lea s ed ior P. H. Also 2 2,83 2 un it s ha ve b e e n re ported b y the Housing Code Div ision as r e pai red (re ha bilitate d). How eve r, t hose figu res i nclude u n its fou nd in compl i a nce on orig i n a l inspe ction. It is e stima t e d that 7 5% of this fig ur e, or 17,12 4 substa nd ar d un i t s have bee n b rought i n t o compliance throu~;h ~c t u a l reh abi lit at ion. 4 35 u n i t s ha ve been rehabilit a ted by t he H.A. i n the We s t End U. R. ar ea ; 13 in Be d f ord - P ine; a nd 7 in Mode l Cities. These rehabil it ated u nit s do n ot incre ase t h e nu mber o f hous i ng unit s av a il a ble, b ut d o increa s e t h e supply o f s ta n dard units. No t e : Inc l ud e s onl y unit s f i na nced u nd e r Fe f e ra l assis ted low a nd medium income h ousing p r o g ra ms; and units cons truc ted under conventi o nal fi nancing a s follo ws: Mu l ti -fam ily u nits costing not more tha n $10,000, exclus i ve of land Respe c tfully submitted, " $12,000 , " " " Dup l e x un i t s " " " .,__.,. ,---·1'\ " $1 5 , 000, " n u Single Family " " " " ,,-•__, ·; '.) \' • •~ .., ...-< / ,,,,... .,,. .. -__..c...,..-= --::;-: . ~ E nc l s: l. 2. Summary o f Public Hous ing in Atlanta Notes ? -~--·· ~ / / Malcolm D. Jon·e s Ho us ing Coordinator- �HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE May 15, 1969 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN ATLANTA 8 , 874 • • • • Existing Units in operation when accelerated program started, Nov. 15, 1966 - filled. Units completed since program started, Nov. 15~ 1966, and under Conventional Development, as follows: (650) Units off McDaniel St., in Rawson-Washington U.R. Project; (310) of these units completed -7-25-68; remainder completed 11-10-68 (140) Units in Perry Homes Extension - South of Procter Creek. (78) 3 Bedroom (46) 4 Bedroom Bids opened March 7, 19670 Perm~t issued May 1967. Construction (16) 5 Bedroom behind Schedule. 85% completed 11-10-68. Completed 3-27-69. (350) Units Under Construction in Thomasville U. R. Project (40) 1 Bedroom (16 Elderly) Bids opened May 15, 1968. Contract .signed 7-1-68. (120) 2 Bedroom Ground broken 1-17-68. Will try to have part delivered · (80) 3 Bedroom before final scheduled completion date Jan. 1970. (80) 4 Be droom (30) 5 Bedroom (730) (1,715) (1,374 ) 300 7,640 (1,015) L6 ,514 • 1,140 6,200 (2,381) 7,640 • Units reserved to Atlanta by HUD for new construction: (Allocations made by HUD - Under Construction, Hollywood Road, 202; Bankhead Hwy., 500; Gilbert Road, 220; Prison Cro-Leila La nd, 175; In Planning, East La k e Golf Course No. 2, 800; Jonesbbro Road, 160; Wellswood Apts., 324. (730 units of this reservation are approved for use in the leasing program.) (1,715 units of this reservation are already utilized in tentative comm itments as follows: Bedford-Pine U. R. area, 451; Boulder Park, 300; Browntown Rd., 450; Pittman-Hilliard, 100 (Elderly); Techwood-North Ave., 250; Gilbert Rd., 50; Jonesboro Rd., 114. (1,374 units not repor t e d as comm itted.) Units allocated for Leasing Program (Leased units can only be utilized for P.H. occup ancy as they become vacant. Total units under lease 1,015.) Total units Completed, Under Development, In Planning, Uncommitted & authorized for Leasing Progra ' Units under lease (9 locations); most of these are occupied or avail a ble for occ u pancy as Public Housingo On September 16, 1968, Bd. of Aldo approved Resolution authorizing H9A. to request reservation from HAA of 2,000 additional units of Public Housing. Approved by HAA Marc h 17, 1969 (Included in this figure). Total Public Housing Potential Figures in ( ) in this column are included in figure above not in ( ) . Encl . No . l �HOUSING RESOURCES C01\1MI1'TEE NOTES 21,032 unit s proposed did not materialize, of which 13,764 were included in the previous report of Jan. 15, 1969, and 7,268 3dd itional units are listed - in this report, as Lost. (The majority of these losses was due to disapprovals of sites, a large p ortion of which were denials of zoning petitions.) In view of difficulties encountered in zoning and getting other approvals on sites proposed for large multi-family development s, it is apparent that the Low-income Housing Program will have to lean heavily on Developers and Builders providing a substantial portion of the requirement on small scattered sites by both Conventional and Federal assisted financing. Also Public Housing in s mall projec t s, to include small developments on scattered si.tes is strongly · advocated, for future development . 1. Proposed locations for low-income housing are coordinated through the Plan. Dept. for adequacy of Community Facilities, existing or proposed. Proposals are also reviewed . periodically with the School Department for adequacy of school facilities. The Travelers Ins urance Company financed 75 new single family low-cost houses in the Thoma sville Urban Renewal project area u n der the Flffi 221 d(2) insured mortgage program. Equitable made $1,000,000 available to Atlanta Mor tgage Brokerage Co. for fin ancin g low-cost homes at favorable rates. Interest is still increasing in development of home o wn ership housing. No proposal ha d yet been made for construction of units (even efficiency or 1 bedroom) to rent or sell for as low as $50 per month, although the Lond on Towne Houses, a 221 d(3) co-op devel opment now under construction, is approaching this, with its one bedr oom unit selling at $69 per month. The City's greatest heed is in the $30-$50 per month rental-purchase range, which appear s to hav e little chance of accomplishment, without substartial governmenta l subsidy. P re fab di stributors and conventional builders have interesting p otential houses to offer but, because of fear of local Codes diff iculties, are currently erecting very few single-f am ily houses in Atlanta to sell in the $10,000-$15,000 range for wh ich the re is a strong d e ma nd and market. Perhaps the greatest difficulty is availability of suit ably priced land within the City Lim its. Economics for this price-range sales housing requires land which will cost the developer not more than $1,500 per unit. A 5,000 sq o ft o lot is considered amp le for this type house which should reduce land costs by 33 1/3%; most houses in th is price r ange are cuirently being erected in Atlanta on R-5 lots having a minimum size of 7,500 sq. ft. I ~ perial Homes of Griff in, Ga., manufacturers of pre-cut sectionalized frame houses, has developed a 24'x36', 3 bedroom & bath hous e desig ned to sell , to the occupa nt for $8,000 to go on his land; and is developing a 4 bedroom & bath house to sell sim il arly f or about $ 9,000. National Homes of Lafayatte, Ind . is erecting 200 units of pre-built, 4 bedroom, bath and½ u n its in Chicago and is doing the site planning and landscaping. This firm wa s recently successful bidder, throu gh design compet ition, for construction of 600 medium and low-income housing units on the Honor Farm #1 site. The nonprofit Greater At lanta Housing Development Corporation is now in business. The CACUR's nonprofit corporation to rehabilitat e existing unit s under 221 (h) has completed its first group o f 5 houses in Lindwood Park. Vanguar d Housing Corp. h 3 s obtained FHA commitment for r eha bilitation of 6 units under 221 (h) •· Mor ris Brown College is another such sponsor . North West Community Forum has also filed applications for 4 projects under 221 (h) I n formation is welcomed as to corrections, additions or deletions of material contained in this report. Ex t. 430 or 431 0) •1cl: No o 2 (Call 522-4463, �
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Box 3, Folder 3, Document 10

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  • Text: I June l 6, 1969 Mr . Ed.win L . Sterne Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 De r Edwin: Under and by virtue of the Georgia Housing .Authority Law, and ith th consent of the Gov rnor. I a.m hereby r ppointing you a member of the Atl nta Hou ing Authority for a full term of ten (10) ye rs. · aid term expiring June 10, 1979. A copy of this ppointm nt, tog ther with the cons nt oi the Governor• i being filed with th . City Cl rk of th. Board of A ldermen of th City of Atlanta, a required by law. BY ND WITH MY CO NSENT: ., ' �
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Box 3, Folder 3, Document 12

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  • Text: l- - ' 1. URBA N RENEW A L . MONTHLY ST ATUS PROGR A M REPO R T June 1, 1969 •.. .,. ' .. ~· ·~..: . }, -. ·.. ·, ... ~ · ~-· .. . ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY �. . •: I , ' I {. ' -1- . i ·. I•' , . l r. I June 1, 1969 URBAN RENEWAL STATITS REPORT \ ATLAJITA HOUSING AUTHORTIY J f ll i . 'I ,-, I , r i ACQUISTIION ...; '. ·- 1 [:. JI.. Parcels t o be · Acquire d PROJECT ·;I Acquired to Date I \ .RELOCATION I Total to be Yet· to be Relocated Acquired ~ Family & Indo .. Relocated To Date Family & Ind. Bus. 3US e l.emaining to be . Structures jto be Relocated --- , am1.Ly & .Ln.a. JjUS. lDemoli shed I j TOTAL , l'i/ I . . ,I 5457 1 ...,,,·; ·1js utlcr Street R--9 4795 662 6647 ,.' 6h8 5740 539 907 0 [; D:EMOLITION ! .i !I Demolished To Date Yet to be Demolished 4843 4238 605 594 594 0 I _I I ' 600 600 0 1261 103 1261 103 812 812 0 1115 76 1062 76 ~i· 0 1253 79 1250 79 3 421 18 421 18 0 11 . ~.H Raw son- •vlas.hi_ng t on R- 10 J nivcrsity Center R- 11 868 - 860 8 Tho:nasvill e R-21 R- 22 . '}corgia .State Snd ' i . II 435 435 0 984 0 0 46 3 456 7 316 19 310 19 6 ·o 305 302 3 29 0 20 48 20 48 0 0 52 52 0 R-85 58. 261 57 0 1 357 352 5 335 R- 90 334 1 511 82 .f 41 8 J11 107 ~ I! 1'<~ or gi a Te c h II A~2-2 0 0 0 A-2-3 398 3 395 • . . ;-:odel Cities i 593 A-2-1 . I 62 ·3c c.:'ord- ? ine 261 471 1093 I 5 431 97 453 -74 18 23 476 351 125 103 702 65 391 38 539 380 159 37 0 0 0 21 10 0 0 0 278 . . ' j 981 0 879 29 ..,. . I 941 ' 1' . ·) 1?orgia Te ch 11 791 , R-59 " 1 I I I ~ I Rockdale 1·':ie s t ij 802 . ' 5 431 37 10 21 . 278 I I �........ __________ _. , ... URBAN RENEWAL STATUS REPORT ·--·- -·- -···-·-- -------·· -·---- .....-. . , TOTAL . Acres Sol d Under ·_.. Contrict to Date . 1008o5 55707 I .,' ·Not REHABILITATION To:tal t o be Complete Rehabilitated , t o date . Under-" Contract . 371 oO 80o0 5470 1 o5 2o0 186 Bulter St ree+ R- 9 81o7 78o2 Rn·A's on-Wash R-10 123.,8 9801 23.o 1 206 NA 104o2 8308 7o5 13o0. 1804 University Center R- 11 Rockdal e R-21 24204 Thor.12.sville R- 22 26203 GeorgiaState R-59 807 -- -··· -· --·· .;--H ·. TIT ~Pn.c:;T'l'T mT Acres To be Sold .. June 1~ 1969 Page 2 Project -- - ' I Yet t o be Rehab . 2982 182 J, 0 0 NA NA 0 0 1744 60 0 0 3o0 NA NA NA 18400 69o0 9o3 92 87 5 NA NA NA 0 0 - 2. 882. 207 i. I I <4 · ~ .. 208.,3 807 1,990, 862 2488 o5 31 I TEM- IMPROVEMENTS Budget Complete d Amount 662 0000 561A 1 72 1., 105.9 249 1,051.9249 0 !' ~ i 0 I Geor gi2..Tech Wost- End 45oO R-85 , _36.,8 - 3o3 NA 5oO NA 600, 860 NA 199., 251 \ R- 90 '98.,).j. 9.4 43o5 46oO 2338 I 446 202., 598 ' 1892 177,190 1 1 A-2-1 Georgia Te~h II A- 2-2 ~odel Cities A- 2- 3 42o0 J 27e2 14.,8 0 480 13 467 I I l II I I Bedford- · Pine . I II 14, 000 0 0 0 0 0 NA NA NA 42, 000 0 0 0 0 0 570 16 554 255, 500 0 I! �~f. '. Page- 3 ' Urban Renewal Status Report I i J Amo~nt Required PROJECT I .. . '. ' . CASH 1 • • •• ITEM II NON- CASH IMPROVEMENTS Amount t o be Receiv0d Amount Received from City I Total Costs l~mount Completed to Date -~ Amount to C'n:npletion p' TOTAL R-9 Butler Street $ 627,727 $ 1,186.,600 $ 186,567 . $ ~ ~. I $ (558,873) -* $ ( 196, 468 9,901) $ 33,14.5.,541 ··a; 1.,875, 807. · ~~ 620,780 $ .. $11,061,540 $ 22., 084, 001 i~ I,l. · 1,255, 019 I R-10 Raws on-Washington $ R- 11 $ Rockdale R- 21 $ Thomasville R-22 University Center Georgia State $ $ . : R-59 > I' $ ' -0- 49,714 67,202 $ $ - 0- $ -0- j; ( 87,726) 87, 726 $: (139,461) 189,175 67.,202 $ .5Jf988 $ $ - 0- ( -0- ) . :B I' $ ~:li 5,921.,380 5,376,499 3,002., 413 ( .53,988)~~ 1,824.,502 ( -0- $ $ 3,934,379 $ 5., 025, 863 $ ~ I ·!! t ,. 1., 987, 001 I It I' p: J_,,0, 6j O. ~ $ • !·, . tl. 2,434,829 567,584 ~ 734, 967 $ 1, 089,535 I ' I 1. I! i. L lI Il ) 66,24.5 $ 16,170 $ f .. I 50,075 I II. -; I. ), Georgia Tech R-85 West,.. End R-901 $ $ - 0- . $ 324,244 $ $ 267,797 (267,797) $ ( - 0- 324,244 $ ) I $ - 04, 901,878 $ - 0- $ 2,195.,428 1$ l l' - 0- I I I; . ..t'i' ,. : ~ I $ 2, 706, 4Su l Georgia Tech II Model Cities A-2-1 A-2-2 A-2-3 $ $ $ -0- $ -- - -0-0- Park - 0- - $ ( -0- ) $ 5.,699.,960 $ .5.,292,344 407, 616 ' ' $ $ - 0-0- ,h ,p $ (-o.:. ( =0- ) ) - 0= $ 4, 476., 857 - 0- $ ~ 3., 696,478 Site• .,** Thomasville Ineligible Cost $ I rt .• Bed.ford-Pine II ' $ $ =0. l .: 780,379 \ J I: •·. I ~ ' �,. Page 4 June 1.., 1969 Urban Renewal Status Report ,, I ,' I TOTAL VALUE OF TI1PROVEMENTS HUMBER DWELLING UNITS I• I f I·1 ' 1 PROJECT -- Under Construction Coilml eted [Proposed Total Con1pleted $69, 790,019 Unde:::Construction ct- TOTAL Butler Street ,; - ... R-9 2316 630 2873 5819 1064 31 5 1100 R.~wson-Washington R- 10 650 University Cent er R-11 223 . Rockdale R--21 Thomasville R-22 I l 642 .$ 22.94.36,546 209 197 6 29 $ 0 0 1500 1500 379 389 602 1370 R- 59 0 0 0 p 5.9000 $ 4.d27., 164 $ 5_.,671, 000 -.$ 115,ooo I t1 0 951s.9 350 0 ,j, ,µ $ 5..,998.9000 $106.9695_.,L,18 $ 212.9 04 3.,637 $ ·? 33., 1~8 3, 694 0 0 0 West -End R- 90 0 1 , i 11 , 713,000 s .34!1 264 .9 5~.6 $ 2, 308 .9 000 J; 20.9 057.ll 8 38 Bedford-Pine A-2-1 - 0 0 I. l Georgia Tech I I . ' Model Cities I ' l' j $ 1 7., ~.13 3.9 150 9.,666.9000 Bi $ 0 2.9 314,227 $ 0 $ 38, 1348, 918 ,i. 0 ,p 0 $ 11 .9000_., 000 $ $ 17 .9488., 150 (· t 19, 991, 164 ! ii ~ ~ 1 .9163,145 24 25 $ 0 $ 2.1) 195., 050 353 353 0 •!l 12_p 712., 000 ~ 23.9 712, 000 $ 5.~ 992., 050 j 8s Hl 7, 100 I'~ 5 , 600.9 000 j 13~696, 000 S 8., 096, 000 $ A-2-2 t $ ~' .ti A-2-3 $ $ $ .$ . I !' 'i . 'I l~ ti I • I I;'._ ,~ 2.9 292..,300 4 R- 85 I 7,9091 , 488 35~550., 200 Total L Georgia Tech I I $ 25,519.,594 192 _ 0 ---- Georgia State - ij> Propose d - �
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Box 3, Folder 4, Document 12

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  • Text: , i ~I ~ ! I- I. URBAN R E N E W A L. M O NTHLY STAT U S P R O G R A M REPORT June 1, 1969 ., ' . ,. ... . ~·...._: . . . ..,, h "" ~ .' . - -· -- --ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY �'- -1- i ·. ~ URBA.N RENNi AL STATOS REPORT 1 June ' 1, 1969 ATLft.1ITA HOUSING AUTHORITY \ $----------.--------------------------------------------.,,..,_-------------t, . lI i,' _l ~i ---------~-----A~c_®_IB_IT_I_o_N_--r-----4~---------r--REL_ . _o_c_AT_I_O_N_ _--1r----"------rt-----·,---D-™_-_0_1_n~r_o_N_ _ _ ; i' Parcels to b3· Acquired PROJECT 5457 Acquired to Date 4795 Total to be Relocated · l.emaining to be Structures Yet· to be !).-:;:;R_e -l--:o:-:;-c_a_ te;:-d--:::-143.215.248.55-~To--;D,-:;-a_t """"' e;:--,:;.---,..--'~--;... . R._el_,o,..,c_a_t,,_ed_____ --_- ,... - ---l to be Acquired l Family & Ind., Bus. Family & Ind. 3us. f'arril ly & L11ct, 662 6647 6h8 5740 539 907 0 1261 103 1261 103 0 4843 109 · lj Demolished To Date Yet to be Demolished 4238 605 594 0 .Jl:::==================±===========l======i:======i·::'.:==========t====~============:!====4===========!===~ ========~========:::IL~-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-', 3utlcr Street R-·9 600 600 . 0 I ! a,,s on-Was hington R-10 ·. t> ~- - - - - - - - - + - - _ _ , ; ; _ 8,1.:..;2 =----f----'8;;..;.1=2_ _ _1-_...;;0____1-_1.;....;1_.;.1,e::._ 5 _ _-;-__,_7_,6_,,__1;...;:o...;;;.6=2_ _ _,__,._76-"--l_ _"""r:;..,_i·_ _-;-....,o~i--8=:o"""2,____,_.....7""'--'91 _ _H-__._1. a. 1_ _ · nivc r s i tv Ce nter R- 11 l' .. . 868 860 8 I 1 2:S 3 79 12~0 79 1 0 98LJ. 981 ~ , Tho:ri.asville R--22 941 879 62 421 18 421 18 0 0 435 435 0 463 456 7 316 19 310 19 6 ·o 305 302 3 29 29 0 20 48 20 4s o o 52 52 58 261 57 o 1 357 352 ·,' '1 '}corgia Stat e R-59 I --- - - - - - - - - - - t - - - - - - - - i - - - - - - - - t - - - - - - < 1 - - - - - - - i - - - - i - - - - - - - - ; - - - - t - - - - - - t - - H - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - + + -0 - - '._ Je orgi a Tech R- 85 335 334 1 261 5 R-90 593 511 82 471 97 453 -74 18 23 476 351 125 ' ::·= -Jc==d=:= o=r=:d=:-?:=i=n=e =====:= A=-2;:=_=::l=t=,= 4=1=:=8======t===31=1====~=1=0=7====71j==10=9=3=======i==1=0=3=!====7=0=2======1~=65=t:==39=1===t:=3= 8 =t+:=::'.:53=9=~~::'.:3=80==:tt:= 1~59=== ·-- - - - - - - - - - r - - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - - + - - - - --H-- - - - - - + - - - - + - - - - - - - , - - - - t - - - - - - + - --H-- - - - + - - - - -{-1-- - - Georgia Tec h II A..:.2-2 0 0 0 5 37 0 0 5 37 21 . 0 21 illf- -- - -- - - - - - -1-- - - - -- r--- - - - - r - - - - ~1.:-------t----i,-------+---'-t------+--·H- - - - - - + - - - ---1-+-- - - 1 ~   o c el Ci t i es A-2-3 398 3 395 I 431 .;.: _______..__--:-___,_____~____...___.___,·l,--__ 10 0 0 431 10 278 I 0 278 _ , _ - 4 -_ _ _--:-;'-_--l--_ _ _--i___w__ __ . i ._ _, - !..!,__ _ �. . ,. ·- . . ··- . .. ·-· ··. . . ~ '·· ,~ "" . ,.__ .,,., URBAN RENEWAL STATUS REPORT Page 2 '\ 1 ---·- -_______ .... __... __.._. -~-·····-- -- ------· - -·-----···· • J Acres To be Sol d ( I• - I II· · j I TOTAL I I l -Bul tcr Stre2+ 1 I j 1· ' Rm-JS on-Wash 1008o5 R- 9 8107 R- 10 12308 -·. . . ·· ·· · ... . ·- .. .. . .. ... __ __ _ .,. June 1~ 1969 ~ -- . Acres Sol d Under·, .'°·Not Under" Contrcict Cont r act t o Date . 371 oO 557,, 7 I I TEM- IMPROVEMENTS Budget Complete d Amount REHABILI TATION To:t,al to be Complete -! Yet t o be Rehabilitated , Rehab. t o da.te n TSPOST'l'HThT Project -- ----·,- ·- · . l [:. l -- 80o0 5470 2488 2982 2,g82. 207 1.,990.,862 ' 1 ,,5 2 o0 186 182 J, 0 98 01 23.o 1 206 NA NA NA 0 0 104o 2 8308 7.o 5 13o0 1804 1744 60 0 0 78 o2 0 I1 . [ II I· if,- University Center R- 11 l, ·I ··1 ,, ,. I Rockdale R- 21 24204 31 o5 20803 3o 0 NA NA NA Thomasville R- 22 26203 184.,0 69o0 9o3 92 87 5 Georgi aState R-59 NA NA NA 662_, 000 .563q1 72 1_., 105.9 249 1 ,051 9249 i ·1 ~' I ' 80 7 80 7 0 0 - 0 I . ... L 0 I ) Geor gi 2.Tec,1 l I' ! Wost- End Ir, . l 45oO R- 85 R- 90 ( 1 Bedford- · Pine A-2-1 3o3 5o0 NA - '98,,)-1, 9.o4 43o5 46oO 2338 4 2o0 2 7o2 14,,s 0 ,l ,1 J6o8 I NA Georgia Tech II A- 2-2 ' If\ ~u del Cities A-2-J J )..i.46 1892 480 13 467 0 0 0 0 NA NA 0 0 0 0 570 16 - 1.' I - 202., 598 ' I 177,190 14., 000 0 NA 42, 000 0 554 255, 500 0 I I I I I i ' ' I ! !( ' r I ~ 199., 251 .I 1. ,I 600,860 NA ' �Page- 3 Urban Renewal Status Report ' . CASH Amo~nt Required PROJECT TOTAL Butl er Street R-9 Raws on-Washington R-10 $ $ $. ' $ 186,567 . $ (558, 873) 1,186.,600 $' -0- Amount t o be Received Amount Received from City $ 627, 727 ITEM I I NON- GASH D1PROVEMENTS I 87, 726 ·* Total Costs $ 33,145,541 ~mount Complet ed to Dat e Amount to Cfo:npletion $ 22, 084, 001 $11,061,540 ~ · 1, 255,019 9,901) '•!t; 1, 875, 807 . $ 620, 780 $ ( '87, 726 ) . ;j) .~ 5,921,380 $ 3,934, 379 $ ( 196, 468 I J '!! I. University Center R- 11 $ Rockdale R-21 $ 49, 714 67, 202 $ - 0- $ $: (139,461) 189,175 67,202 $ ( =0- 53, 988 $ ( 53, 988)~~ ) 1$ ii 5,376,499 3,002,413 $ 5,025, 863 $ $ 567,584 1' ·;> 1, 987,001 ~ 6JO. 3...,0_, 2,434,829 . R-22 Thomasville I $ ~ l .9824,502 ) $ 66,245 $ 16,170 $ (267,797 ) $ - 0- $ - 0- 1$ 4, 901,878 $ $ 1, 089,535 734,967 I Georgia State · R-59 $ -0- $ - 0- d· ,p $ - 0- }. Georgia Tec h R- 85 Wes t ,.. End R- 90 I I $ 324, 244 $ 267,797 $ 324,244 $ ( -0- -0- ) $ ( -0- ) $ 5, 699, 960 $ ( Bedford-Pine A-2-1 $ -0- $ -- -- - 0- - $ ·A -2-2 $ -0- $ - 0- ~ (-o.:. Model Citiea A- 2- .3 $ -0- $ -0- $ ( ' ' Site · Thomasville Ineligible Cost $ 5,292,344 .,f,. . Georgia Tech II Park ,,j).. 2,195.,428 =0- ) ~~ - 0= ) $ 4, 476, 857 $ -0- ~ 3, 696,478 50,075 - 0- 2,706,4Su 407, 616 --1> $ $ =0780,379 �Page I 4 June 1s, 1969 Urbar.. Renewal Status Report • - ·. ' !r t NUMBER DWELLING UNITS TOTAL VALUE OF Jl1PROVEMENTS I t .. 1 Co.nnl eted PROJECT TOTAL 2316 Under Conatruction 630 Completed Total Proposed 5819 2873 $ 69s, 790,019 - R-9 i: l - 5 .. , ,I $ 22.9 4.36,546 209 197 629 $ 0 0 1500 1500 ,p 379 389 602 1370 650 Universi t y Center R-11 22J . Roc kdale R-21 Georgia State I 642 R-10 Thomasv ille R-2 2 R- 59 I $ 25,519,594 1n . R.~wson-Washi ngton I 0 0 0 0 .~ $ 7_9 091 , 488 5,ooo 4.?327, 164 $ 2.9314,227 0 $ 353550, 200 $ 106, 695, 418 $ 212.9 043,6 37 $ 5.?671, 000 $ ·;> 'i 1: I. I i' I I' j i I I f'·. Ge orgia Tech R- 85 0 0 0 0 West -End R- 90 0 1 24 25 Be dford- Pi ne A-2-1 . 0 0 353 353 G0orgia Tech II . Model Ci t i es ~ otal -· .$ 115,000 I ~10.9 5189350 0 iµ $ 5.?998.9000 1$ 0 ,~ 2.9 292,9 J00 rh 33.?1-~83,694 ' l. , $ 11 , 713.? ooo ~ .34!1 264.9 51.J.6 $ 2, 308.9 000 20, 057.9838 $ 17, 403, 150 $ 17.?488, 150 ~· t 19, 991,164 '2 41 .? 163.91 45 i1,.> 9, 666,000 $ 38, 8413,918 4 Ii ' 31 I. " I 1064 1100 Propose d I l I Bu tler St reet I Unde:::Construction ,p 0 $ 11 .9 000, 000 $ 1 2.9 712, 000 ~ 23, 712.?000 $ 0 $ 2, 195.? 050 $ 5,992, 050 ) 8s 107 t 100 0 ,-!-- 5 )) 600.9_000 ) 13, 696 0000 o.? 096, 000 3 ' $ A- 2-2 $ $ ·9 .~ i; A-2-3 $ $ $ $ •!l . t· I �
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Box 3, Folder 4, Document 21

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  • Title: Box 3, Folder 4, Document 21
  • Text: BILL OF RIGHTS FOR PUBLIC HOUSING TENANTS I. RIGHTS Sec. 1 . OF APPLICANTS FOR PUBLIC HOUSING The Authority's application forms shall seek only such i nformation as is pertinent, including the size of the household unit, the income of that household unit and the need of that uni\ f or public housing. Questions concerning the legal standing or the marital status of members of the family, the legitimacy of the children ih the family, the police record of members o f the family and other such information, inciuding race or r eligion, shall not appear on the application form, or be aske d by any Authority employee. Sec. 2. Once the application form has been completed, an a pplicant .shall be given a number wldc h i.ndicatea his chr ono l ogJ.- cal place on the waiting list for the size apartment imecessary f or his family, unless on the face of the application the family is ine l igible because o f excess income or i s ineligible because t h e applicant lives in decent housing and pays a rent he can afford. Sec. 3 . ,,_ For the purpose of determining initial eligibility, all s tatements made on t he application are presumed to be true. The Autho rity ma y ve rify income by communicating with an applicant's employers, with the Department of Family and Children' s Serv i ces, or wi th othe r income source s. (a) If t he Aut hori ty determine s tha t de spite t h e statement given on the application form t he person o r f amily is ineligible for publi c hous i ng be c a use of exce ss income or no need, the family must be notified in writing with i n 30 days following the date of the application of �their ineligibility and the detailed reasons for it. If the household unit is held to be ineligible and wishes to challenge this determination, a hearing shall be afforded. This hearing shall comply with the provisions of Part III hereof. An applicant who demands a hearing may not be removed from the waiting list until the Hearing Panel determines the question of eligibility. (b) Any applicant not notifi~d that he is ineligible within 30 days arter the date of the application is deemed to be eligible, and thereafter the Authority may not challenge his eligibility urtless there is a substantial change in the income of the family or the composition of the household unit, or the Authority can demonstrate that the applicant has moved to decent housing at a rent he can afford. Sec. 4. Applicants shall be processed in strict chronological order and no priority shall be given except those required by Federal statutes and regulations adopted thereunder. Sec. 5. The Authority shall make available for inspection at reasonable times and places the rent schedule in effect at all projects under its administration and the number of apartments available in each project broken down by the size of apartmen~. The Authority shall also make available for inspection the general schedule of maximum income which will permit persons to be eligible for admission to its projects. The Authority s1iall -make available for publiq inspection the. waiting list of applicants. - 2 - �Sec. 6. When an a pplicant has bee n notified that he is e l igi ble and t h at a n apartment is available, he shall be permitted 3 0 days within which to accept or reject the offered apartment . II. RIGHTS OF ~ Sec . 1. S IN PUBLIC HOUS IOO The lease shall be written in ciear concise language ab l e to be understood by laymen of average intelligence. Sec . 2 . The signed lease does not in any way subtract from any r i ghts of the tenant under the United States Constitution, Federal and State. statutes, case law or regulations promul- gated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Sec. 3. No lease, regulation or other written or o raJ agreeme nt sha ll permit the tex~ni.nation o f a t:enancy on grounds other than the following: (a) non-payment of rent; (b) · commission of · active waste (physical destruction) of the leased premises by tenant; (c) tenant is over-income as determined by the Housing Authority, except that eviction shall not be permitted if eviction would work extreme hardship on the family unit ; (d) substantial interference with other tenants ; (e) failure of resident to provide the Authority with income statement within 30 days from date of request. - 3 - �Sec. 4. The Authority shall not interfere directly or indirectly with t he r ight of its tenants to free speech, to organ ize o r t o seek redress of grievances. No tenant shall be e v i cted or otherwise penalized for engaging in s uch ac tivity. Se c . 5. ·1°h:: Authority shall not interfere with the right 0 £ its tenants to quiet enjoyment of the premises, nor shall the Authority infringe upon its tenants' right to '! ' h.:? Authority _p.a. i v a ...::y. shall not enter the premises rented by a tenant without the tenant is express permission, except i n case of emergency. Sec. 6. Rent is defined as that sum of money expressly provided for in the lease between the tenant and the Authority. The Authority is forbidden to levy any fin.es, fees , or other financial sanctions upon tenants. The cost of repairs shall be charged to . a tenant only if the damage was caused by the tenant's negligence, and such cost of repairs shall be collectible only by a separate civi l action. The Authority may not evict a tenant for failure to pay a damage charge. 'l'he tenant shall not he L·@sponsible for ordinary wear and tear. Sec. 7. "'· Where repairs are deemed necessary by a tenant, the t enant or a tenant organization shall have the right to s ubmi t a written or oral complaint to the Authority. If the complaint is oral, the responsible official of the Authority $.MJll. reduce that:cocrmpla.blt -to ,q.n-J.-ti~, %f the needed repair s do not creat e an emergency {i.e., pose a threat to the tenant's s afety or health) the Authority shall have 30 days in which t o cons i der t he complaint and take appropriate action; prov ided t hat r epa i rs to gas and electrical appl i ances - 4 - �and e quipment and locks on outside doors must be made with.in 36 h o urs of the complaint. If the Authority fails to act with i n 36 hours on an emergency complaint, the tenant may c ontr act pr ivately to have repairs made which will eliminate the emergency conditions. The tenant may reduce his rent by the cost of repairs made to insure his health and safety. Sec. 8. Where repairs are deemed necessary by the Authority, the tenant may make repairs at his own expense. Sec. 9. The Hearing Panel may invite the City housing inspectors to inspect Authority premises in order to determine the existence of housing Code violations. The Authority hereby waives any immunity it may otherwise possess with respect to the action of the City's housing code inspectors. Sec. 10. Overall responsibility for rodent control and maintenance of lawns, hallways, staircases and othe:x:- common areas of the Project shall rest in the Authority. It shall bear all expenses for materials and labor and shall replace t e nants' garbage receptacles in need of same. Where regular g a rba ge collection is insufficient to control infe station, a dditional collections shall be made at the expense of the Authority. Sec . 11 . The graded rent system, whereby a tenant is charged a r e ntal which accor ds with his income, shal l be applied uniformly . Rent sha ll b e calculate d on the basis of actual i ncome, and not possible, presumed or potential income. I ncome earned by a mi nor child s h a ll not be considered as part o f the par ent ' s i ncome unless t he c hil d actually contributes to the househo l d expe n ses. - 5 - �Sec. 12. Rent s h a ll be r edetermined ho more often than once a year , with t he exception of "hardship rent . " Where, duri ng t he course of a tenancy, a tenant undergoes a serious r eduction in income, rent shall be reduced immediate l y. Such "hardship rent" shall then continue until t he next annual redetermination, with the obligation upon the tenant to report any restoration of original income level during this period. Sec. 13. In any redetermination of income, temporary income shall not be projected on an annual basis, unless tenant's prior work history clearly indicates a pattern of maintaining temporary jobs on a cbntinuous basis . Children of the head of the household who are under the age of 21 shall not be adjudged to be income-producing unless the Housing Authority has actual evidence of their employment. Sec. 14. Only a substantial increase or decrease in family income shall bring redetermination procedures into operation. Such amount shall be no less than $400, computed on an annual basis, or other basis if work is temporary. Sec . 15. Decreases in rent shall be retroactive to the beginning of the rent determination period. Increases i n r ent shall not be retroactive except in cases where t he Hearing Panel _.finds that the tenant willfully concealed info r mation . .... · - 6 - �Sec. 16. Any disputes regarding redetermination shall be submitted to the Hearing Panel or other arbitration h oCTy. The "reduced rent" concept, by which the tenant agrees in advance to be bound by any increases (up to maximum rent), shall be eliminated . III. THE RIGHT TO AN ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING AND DUE PROCESS Sec. 1. The Authority shall adopt and promulgate regulations establishing policies for occupancy in public housing. The regulations shall give full consideration to the right of tenants and rejected applicants to due process of law. Said regulations, which shall be incorporated in all leases executed by the Authority, shall be posted on all bulletin _boards within the Project, and shall provide at least the following minimum protections: Sec. 2. (a) Notices Every notice of eviction or other sanction against a tenant and every rejection of a tenant's application shall be typewritten, signed by an official of the agency, and mailed in a postage prepaid envelope addressed to the tenant's apartment of residence in the project, or, in the case of applicants, t he address furnished with the application by registered mail, return receipt requested. (b) The notice shall advise the tenant or applicant of his right to a hearing on the action taken. The notice shall further advise the tenant or applicant in clear and precise language o f the specific grounds for the action taken. - 7 - �(c) The notice shall further advise the tenant of his right to be represented by legal counsel (including the address of the 16cal. Legal Aid office) or by any other person of his choosing at the hearing, his right to demand that the Authority pr6duce at the hearing any employee whose testimony is alleged relevant. A copy of the rules governing the conduct of hearings shall be attached to the Notice. (d) Every such notice shall issue within 5 days of a final decision by the Authority on the application, eviction or complaint. Sec~ 5. Hearing Officers a} Hearings shall be conducted before a panel of three officers: one officer to be designated by the Authority; one officer to be designated by the tenants of the project, and one officer to represent the public, to be designated by agreement of the other officers. b) The representative of the tenants shall be elected by secret written ballot. At least three weeks' notice shall be given prior to each annual election (except in the case of an election to replace a representative for an unexpired term, in which case ten days' notice shall suffice.) The Authority shall provide a convenient polling place, and establish convenient hours for balloting. No. employee of the Authority shall be present at the polling place. Necessary supervision of the polling place shall be conducted by a committee of persons appointed by the outgoing hearing officers. - 8 - �Tenants shall be allowed to file a written sealed ballot up to a period of 48 hours preceding the election. c) All officers shall act in their ~espective capacities for one year terms. Elections shall be held on a date exactly one year after the original election unless otherwise agreed to by majority vote of the tenants. In the event of resignation or disability to serve, the successor representatives shall be designated within ten days of the effective date of said resignation or disability, to serve as officers for the balance of the respective ohe year terms. An interim tenants' representative shali be elected irt the manner prescribed in sub-paragrqph (b). d) All officers shall be compensated out of the Authority's funds at the rate of twenty-five dollars for each .day of hearing service, or substantial portion thereof. e) Each heqring officer shall serve for one month as Chairman of the Hearing Panel. At the end of each calendar month, the Chairmanship shall pass to a different officer. Each officer shall serve four months during each year as Chairman. Sec. 6. a) Jurisdiction of the Hearing Panel The panel shall have jurisdiction to decide issues r e lating to evictions or other sanctions sought to be imposed by the Authority; rent determinations: and complaints by tenants against management personnel but not against other tenants (unle ss such complaints against other tenants are c onsidered as part of an eviction action under Section I (d) of Part II of t his Bill of Rights). - 9 - __"7 �-- - - -- ---- - ~ - = == == ~ ~~ - ~ b) The panel shall determine -whether -the -action taken by management conflicts with the Housing Act, the regulations of the Housing Assistance Administration, or t he local Authority. If the panel determines that a confl ict exists, it shall order the Authority to dismiss the notice of eviction, or order any other necessary and appropriate relief . In the event that the matter of issue does not conflict with a specific provi$ion of the statute or the regulations, the panel shall decide the case, in an equitable manner, with the object of effectuating the humane intent and purposes of the Housing Act of 1937, as amended. Sec. 7. Conduct of Hearing a) Rights of Parties. In any hearing held pursuant to this .Section, any party shall have the right to appear, to be represented by counsel or other person of his choosing ; to call, examine, and cross-examine witnesses; to introduce into the record documentary· or other evidence; and t o present an opening statement and closing argument. b) Burden of Proof. In any hearing involving an e v i ction , rent determination or charges for damage to property, the burden of proof shall be on the Housing Authority to support its position by a fair preponderance of the evidence . In a h e aring involving any other issue t he same burden of proof shall be on the party requesting t he hearing. The party having the burden of proof shall present i ts c a s e first . Sec . 8 . Hearing Optional a) The h e a r ing proce dure provi ded herein shall be deemed to be optional with t he t e nant or appl i c a nt . Th e tenant or appl i cant sha ll h ave the r i ght to re fuse a hearing before the Hearing Panel and to seek in the firs t i nstance Gnch relief as is available from th.e c ~nrts. ,.,, · ~}0 ._, �. ' b) The hearing procedure provided herein shall be deemed t o be mandatory on the Housing Authority. The Aut hority must utilize the hearing procedure in the first ins tance and may only seek judicial review of decisions of t he hear ing panel. IV . TENANT ASSOCIATIONS Sec. 1. The local agency shall allow free access to Community Centers in the various projects for any purpose, provided that 5 tenants request permission to use the Center. Sec . 2. Management involvement in the formation and operation of the tenant associations shall not be encouraged, and management representatives may attend tenant association meetings only by invitation of a majority of the association members. Sec. 3. The extent of management involvement in the tenant a ssoc i ation is a proper subject for review by the Hearing Panel. V. TENANT PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT Sec . 1 . Each project tenant association shall elect one repr esentative to meet with the Authority, for the purpose of adv ising the Aut hori ty as to the needs o f public housing tenant s. This advice shall include, but not be limited to, plans f o r new construction, plans for mode rniz ation and be a utification, de c is ions on rent colle c tions , maintenance policies , s ocial servi c es , police relat ions and pest cont rol. Sec. 2. Tenant p articipation in manage me nt requires among o ther things, that the manager be a f ull-time reside nt of the pro j ect . - ll - �
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 4, Folder topic: Housing department | 1969
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: December 29, 2017