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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 10

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  • Text: July 22, 1969 r. illiam • Allison Executive Administrator Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. 101 arietta Street Building 4th Floor Atlanta, Georgi 30303 Dear Bill: In accordance with request from r. Bill Golden, Plant anag r, J.P. Stevens and Company, effective July 28, a small Relocation Assistance Office is to be set up on the comp ny premises for the purpose of providing reloc tion ssistance to the former co pany employoes ho need it. r. Golden has agreed to provid space, telephone and one person to assist nd h s also greed to get out and distribute, in advance, bulletin informing the cop ny personnel of this sarvlc, hen it ill be v 1lable and the specific loo tion. The pl n approved by the City provides for your organiz tion (previou ly concurred in) to provid p rson (perhaps fro Kr. H 'office) for this ot1vity. Your repres ntative is to be in charge of th activity, nd will be s1sted by reloc tion ork r t t th Housing Authority. It has lso b n suggest d th t your off'ic r qu t part-tim repr s nt tiv of FHA. It i th A 1st no Oft ic, 11 re ining for er ill, g t r loc t d by Sept mb r 1. Oftio h lp ploy The approv d pl n for functions of thl inolud : ot Of o R looatio th cop ny Reloo tion As 1 t no ining f 111 ot th , nd _noourag thos tor g1 t r their fa ily co po itlon, ag n or illin top y for hou 1 d ir d nd pr f r nc 11 r thli. of tbi 1st D;l ount the nt 1 or d $ �Mr. William • Allison July 22, 1969 Page 2 b. The st ff to record this information and then actively attempt to reloc te those families in wh tever type of housing for hioh they may be elligible, or that hich may be avail ble, particul rly private d v lopments. c. If som.e families are unable to pay advance rents, ;makerequired utility deposits and or hire drayage for moving, the staff should attempt to get necessary assist nee through nny source th t may be available, including elfare.and charitable org niz ~ions; also that, if necessary, consider tion be given to the moving of household goods locally, on n emergency basis, with Ci\' owned trucks and Prison labor det 11s. If further clarification or assistance is needed, ple se contact this office. Request that a weekly progress report be sub itted to this office aob onday, through August. Sincerely, alcolm D. Jones Housing Coordin tor MDJ/ c cc: Mr. R. Earl Land rs / �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 12

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  • Text: ~ ( f ; / ) / W b ~ ~ ~ ~/M 517/ 351- 0965 4601
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 13

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 July 3, 1969 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR CECIL A. ALEXANDER, Chairm an Housing Resources Committee Dear Members: Executive Group, HRC; and ~t;s1~i~o~iJi~~fosr Low-Income Housing Coordinating Group The July meeting of the Executive 9roup, HRC and the Low-Income Housing Coordip~ting Group will be held July 17, . 1969 at 10:30. A.M. in the main auditori~m of John O. · Chiles Homes, 435 Ashby Street, S.W. (Parking in rear. Please do not park in numbered spaces). As a special featui:efor this meeting we have scheduled a slide and sound presentation explaining nwhat Is Public Housing". This should be a very interesting and informative presentation. Since the last HRC meeting, your Chair man has met with all of the Panels which had not already been given specific assignments and has suggested some pertinent items for study by the respective panels and submission of reports, with recommendations to the HRC, for consideration and action by the Executive Group as a whole. It is anticipated that written reports from all Panels will be submitted to the . Executive Group within 30-60 days. Recommendations should be definite, concise and specifically directed toward constructive positive action by appropriate agencies. Since this is an election year, and the future role of the Committee after January 1 cannot be predicted at this time, the scope of recommendations by the several Panels for action should encompass primarily things that can be done, or at least initiated, during the remainder of this calendar year. We hold hopes for worthwhile accomplishments by all Panels of the Committee during the remainder of 1969, in the field of housing. We trust that you will be able to meet with us on July 17. A return address postal card is enclosed for your convenience in informing us whether you plan to attend the July 17 meeting. Sincerely, .--ii!, 7 )--;Jd c...c~"v._ \,...f_ ~::i---=Malcolm D. Jones Housing· Coordinator Encl: Return address postal card �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 20

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  • Text: ,r & -~-- • • . / REPORT ON RESIDEt-:CE OF TENANTS PROJECT NO • Tot al No. Families Interviewed All h J)O Proj ects NAME l. 2. . Less Than 1 yr. 1-2 yrs. 2-3 yrs. How long living in city limits? 13 54 93 How long living in public housing? 767 h4h 560 3- h yrs. Over h-5 yrs~ 5 yrs. 82 115 3,773 540 317 1,502 In Metro-~Area (Outsia.e City ) - What place did tenant corhe from? Other state Georgia, Out side Metro Area 1,017 1,930 623 ~"Metro area - Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Clayton, G:.-rinnett Number 4. Reason for coming to Atlanta? 1. To get welfare assistance 2. To . get better housing 3. To get better job 4. 5. To live with relatives To get off farm 6. other reasons ( specify ) (below) ~ 688 1 .10L1 700 61 l,lh5 (Show numb er of tenants in each category in appropriate space. ) . " other principal 'reason8: Born in Atlanta Health reasons Married and moved here 3/ 10/69 . - I �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 30

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  • Text: June 16, 1989 EMORANDU TO: . r . Cecil , Alexander, CbairUUln Housing Resources Committee Attached is copy of genda of joint meeting June 13 of the Planning Dcpa1·tment ~;~ the P ~ D Committee nd the Fin nee Committee of the Board of Aldermen . I wasn't officially notified of this meeting nor invited to attend . However, I ent any way, as we are particul rly interested in nd concerned with Item 2 ~ The Planning Depart ent as atte pting to get the to Aldermanio Committees to ind1cat ho far the 1970 NDP Program should go and specific lly bather Lightning, Plunketto n and possibly other r a should be included ; and if so .; wh t provisions the City proposes to ake to support the progr m financially. l threw bomb shell into th discussion by stating that the HRC proposes to support tb inclusion of both Li htning nd Pl nk tto ninth NDP applic tion, for ex cution in 1 o. Both th Pl nning Depart ent nd Housing Authority r pr s nt tiv s ppeared borrifi d nd t first said th t I ust men "for pl nnin purpo es only" in 1970; nd that th :first ya r should b for pl nning only for xecution to start the follo ing year. n I tnsi ted th t I moant tor plannin and x cutton both pl c, or t last st rt, in 1970 they finally d itt d th t po ible; if the t ffs ar de 1 rg nougb. Tb r on that 1 c n e hy Plunk tto n and L1gbtn1n y r for pl nning only, sp ci lly sine Fe slbility Study t th coat of o e $15,000 h s lr ady be n C·O nduct d by th Pl nning Dep rt ent in L htning. pl iting • ar k pt 1 pl, thy noth r fully r b for hould b, I can no goin in o x cution on �r. Cecil A. Aiexander June 16, 1969 Page Two After tp meeting ., Collier insisted to me that both you and I were on tbe mailing list and bad been i nformed of that meeting and of the Agenda. l ohecked wi.tb Collier's secretary a found th t y.o u bad not been on the ltst nor furnished notice of tba meeting and that th · copy bioh l should have gotten was sent tO. CACUR. Sincerely, aloolm D.. J .o nes Housing CooJl'dinator MDJ/mc Encl: cc: Agend r. Dan E. swe t, Jr. / �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 36

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  • Text: May 28, 1969 EMORANDU TO: r. Johnny C. Johnson Director, odel Cities This office is const ntly bing approaebed by develop · rs and build rs . s to the possibility nd timing of land in the odel Cities J.".ea, for housing construction this ye r. lt ould help e great deal if you could in orm e of the loo tion, s1~e ·nd t1 · 1ng of tracts in tho odel Cities rea hich you antioip te will be va1l · ble through your Urb n Rene al (NDP) redevelopm nt progra for housing cont uction to begin th1 no y ar. Aleo trots hioh might be through dir ct negot1 tlon by priv t tbo curr nt oner, nd develop nt cqulrod nt rpl"il . t rt d tbi ye r. Siner ly, Ma1col D. Jon Housing Coordinator MDJ/ itb �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 45

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  • Text: April 28, 1969 Mr. Lewis M. Meeks, President Perry Area Chamber 0£ Commerce Post Office Box 592 Perry, Georgia 31069 Dear Mr. Meeks: Your letter of April 24, 1969, addressed to Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. together with the enclosed questionnaire is being referred to Colonel Malcoln-i M. Jones, Housing Coordinator for the City of Atlanta.. \'• I am sure Colonel Jones will be happy to supply the information requested. Sincerely, $143.215.248.55 R. Earl Landers Administ rative Assistant REL:hdt \ ,\ \ �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 57

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  • Text: BOU ING 11 SOURCES CO e d for dd:ltio ITT E l Info tioti on 1,o -- 1nco e Housin Justi:fic tlon fol" St tl tic l Cl r Proj c t s ; nd 1 . Tbi is the only offi nd :r cord infor _ .. ti.on on 11 lo Th curr nt 11 t oonsisi · of 1 4 nd pr viously c r~1 din tb b v b n dropp d by th , r gul rly re,e ive , p ri·o dic 2 . Tbi off10e ha . r ports on tbes proj et ~ , olttio Conv oti·o n l r . ( g b. bilit· tton :ln Urb n proj c t ) tion on b dr,GO of co pl tion. through dir at cont ct d d t no~ p · 1t c cont ct upQn,. bo proj c C pt O u ntly proj ct • a .o fr �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 1

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  • Text: July 30, 1969 Mr. D l Sh piro Urb u Syste n s rch and Engineering Inc . 60 St te Street Boston t M ssacbusetts 02109 Dar r . Sh piro . Pursu ut to our r c nt tel phon for lo •in.co housin propo d it Mod 1 Citie conv rs tion per t 1ni n to d velopment 1n tl nta's re• c rt int nt tive locations for whi~h er cont in d in the 1ser R port, enclos d i odel .N ighbo-rbood Pro r ap sho in Tr t nt Are pprov d for 1969- 70 . ad 69C5T21 r , in y opinion , th o t low-inco boust dev lop ent this y r y s cond choic . pr l" th ar I hop that your propo ed d1scu ion in Authority r ~ding sit lf lo nb local Bo s profitabl 1th in th od 1 Cit1 • ot furth r 1st nc to you, pl e c 11 on • Sincer ly, ll lcol Bo i D. Jou Coordi I ncl: cc. 1 N 1 hborbood Pr r t nt r 1 6 -70 r. Dao a, Jr./ Ar p ho in tor n �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 3

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  • Text: July 30 , 1969 Mr . James R. Caldwell Housing Intern The Lauderdale Crockett Economic Opportunity Corporation P. O. Box 379 Ripley ,. Tenne.ssee 38063 Dea r r .• Cald ell : r . Dan Seat has asked me to repl y t o your letter to him of July 24 , c oncerni ng funds for a sel f~help program i n rural housing . Your objective 1s not an easy on and most exper ienced builders tend to shy ay from s lf•help programs . Tho ho are ·illing to par-,ipate in such programs generall y gree th t i t ls not praetiool to atte pt to utlliz ore th n about 10- 15$ ~f the labor force s self~b I p . e have had v ry littl otual experienc in this field her . i _n Atl nta, although it h s been oonsid rd in a number of inst nces. ost ucc ssful pproach that I kno of in coping situ tion in which you re int r std is tbrou h th Hoe Ad inistr tion. looked into thi so ti 1 nclosin oopy of m orandu l prep rd on th t that tie. lt my be helpful to you . A very ucc s ful proj ct und r this pro r is bing d v lop din th 11 nwoo co unity in outh D Kalb County, Georgi • Th build r 1 Lincoln Jon s , a N gro o rpent r, who h s quite subst nti 1 d v lop nt oing on l nd he orig1n lly on ct. His addr ss 1 4480 i Bod, 11 n ood, D catur, Geor i , T 1. Atl nta, Are Code 404- 241... 3537. otb r pro r und r th 1968 National Housing Act which 1 off rs solution to your probl r th FHA 235 nd 235 (j) pro r which r d s1 n d to provi.d sin 1 f mily ho owner hip. Th. progr do not r uir a Wo:r bl Pro r • do e th FHA 221 d(3) pro ra n · y �r. J mes R. Caldwell July 30, 1969 Page Two pply in rural ares as well as in urban reas. Your State FHA office can provide you ith det i.led infor tion on both of these programs. Trusting that the above y be of so help to you. Sincerely, aloolm D •. .Jones Housing Coordinate~ /1110 Enol: co: Copy of e orandum Hr . Dan E. S eat. J r . / �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 15

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  • Text: - ~ . • r MINUTES Ho u s i ng Resources Executive Committee and Low-Income Housing Coordinating Group Meeting June 12, 1969 The regular monthly meeting of the Housing Resources Executive Commi ttee and the Low-income Housing Coordinating Group was held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, June 12, 1969, in Committee Room 2, Second Floor, City Hall. · Invitational noticej list of those invited, with attendance of members and g uest~ i ndica ted, and other related documents are attached t o the file copy o nly o f these minutes. Chairman Alexander opened the meeting by introducing Mr~ Edwardo Chamaro, an offici al visitor from Ni caragua, visiting this country and is an Architect. Mr. Alexand er t hen asked Col. Jones to read the letter fr om the Business Participation a nd Finance Pa nel on the draft position ~29er establishing the Na tional Urban Coalition's role in housing. Col. Jones read the letter as follows: " The Committee discussed the draft posit i on paper establishing t he National Urban Coa lition's role in housing and Col. Malcolm Jones' gina lysis o f t he same." Th e Commit te e acc epted the report o f Col. Jones and endorsed i t ~ nd added t he foll ow ing recommendations : t' l . Greater emphasis should be placed on producing singlefam i ly o r condominium houses for the middle-income Negr oes . These to be in the pr ice range o f $ 20 ,000 to $30 , 000. 2. The major thrust should be f o r home ownership ra the r than rental ~0using . 3. Ci ty Governments should ca use the necessary steps to be taken to qualify its citizens , wh o are not in an Urban Renewal a re a , for grants and /or l o a ns ( Sec. 312 ) to rehabilitate houses that are n ow be low c od e req uir ements, a nd where the owners have insufficient resou rc es to make the necessary r : p ~irs. 4. That t he FHP. be u rged to approve air-conditioning in both new and rehabilitated housing whe re it can be included within the maximum loan allowed. 5. That the FHA be urged to encourage the use of row-type housing such as garden-type, condominium houses, patio houses, etc ." �Page Tw o The Chairman then as ked if there were any questions . Dr. Joseph Wilbur , Housing Rest udy Pa nel, asked if pe o ple only in the Model Ci ties area and Urban Renewal areas could get a re h abilitati o n loan? Mr . L~ster H. Persells , Executi v e D~r ect o r , Housing Authority of the Ci ty of At lanta , explained that only that por tion o f the area that was i n the 1069 ND:P P li:rn area could get a rehabilitati o n loan and that all areas are not included i n this y ear's Plan . He also explained that there are no Federal funds available at this time f o r rehabilitatiori grants and l oan~ A motion was made , seconded a nd· unami nously adopted that the ab o ve repo rt o f the Business Participation and Fi nance Panel b e accepted and adopted by the a ousing Resources Comm i ttee as a whole and b e sent t o Mr . Dan E . Swea t , J r . , Di rect o r of Governmental Liaison , in a formal doc u ment , f o r f o r wa rding to the National Urban Coalition . Mr . Al exa n der called on Mr . Bob Wat k i ns , Chairman of the Housing Restudy Panel , to c omme n t on the three proposals b y Eri c Hill and As socia t es ( which his panel ha s bee n working on ) f o r rest udy on housing . Mr . Wat k ins st ated that he met with Ge o rge Aldriago of tho City P la nn in8 Department and decided t o meet again with Geo rge Aldridge and a re presentative o f Eric 3ill and Associates to ma k e recommendations on the proposals. Mr . Watkins als o stated that t he Housing Restudy Pa nel does recommend Proposal 2 that i ncludes the uninc orpora ted area s o f Fult o n County and includin~ some o f t he servic es of analysis and e v alua tion described in Prop os al 3, and that his Pa n e l pla ns to modi fy the repo rt . The Chairman then called on Mr . Johnny H. Robinson, Co mmunity Devel o pment Coordi nat o r , Mayor's Office, to comment o n the Summer P r ogram. Mr . Rob inson stated that in 1 967 , four temporary C i ty Service Coordinators wor k ed in the Summe r Program in four low-income areas , and in 1963 there were six t emporary C ity Service Coordinators that were located in EOA Centers in Nash-Wa shingt o n , Nor th West Cent ra l, West Central ( Dixie Hil ls ) a nd Ea st Centra l . This year , Mr . Rob inson stated , t here will b e f our permanent Ci ty Se rvice Coordinators to wor k in t hese di ff o r ent areas . fi ls o, t here wi ll be I nterns f r om the Urba n Cor ps a nd fr om t he Federa l Go v ernme nt. T hese Int e rns wil l be u n d er t h e s uper vision o f the City Service Coord inator s to help famili a rize t hems e l v es wi th t he p r o b lems o f t h e low-income a r eas. Chairma n Al exander asked Mr . Ro bi ns on where t he Inte r n s come f r om? Mr . Robinson ans wered that the Int erns from the Federal Go ver nment are people who are out of school t hat are ge t ting t ra i ning and or ie n tiation to wo rk i n some f o rm o f t he Federal Go vernment . He a lso st a t e d that t he Urban Co rps Interns are p e o ple in s cho o l who are working in the summer a nd plan to work i n Ci ty Go v erment, Bus iness Communities and other Institutions after t hey finish school. �Page Three The Chairman asked Mr. Robinson what changes have been made in the Summer Program as compnrison to last summer? Mr. Ro bi nson s ta ted that the City has been divided into four quadrants, with full time City Service Coordinators, and that money from the Federal Government is being made available to provide at least one _meal for eac h child at the Schools in the low-income areas. The Chairma n then called on Col. J ones to read the 15 items contained in the Housing Resources Committee plans for the 1969 Summer Program. Col. J ones then read the following i tems(contained on pages 17 & 18, in pamphlet "1969 Summer Progra m, City of Atlanta "): 1. Follow through on timely completion of two Turnkey pr ojects, Hollywood Rd ., 220 units (ground broken 5-9-68) and Bankhead Highway, 500 units (ground broken 5-29-68). 2. Support development of 262 unit 221 d(3) and Community Facility project o f the Butler S treet YMCA in llr ea VI. 3. Work for and support re zoning of proposed 450 unit Br own town Road Turnkey project, deferred 11-15- 67 until after 7-1 -63 for improvement in Community Ficilities of the general area, much of whic h has been acc omplis hed . 4. Push d eve lopment of 1 , 400 unit 221 d(3) Roc kda le project , on which constr uc tion of first phase, consisting of 250 un its, was started 10-2- 68 . 5. F ollow up o n reservation and allocations for 2 ,000 additional units of Pub lic Housing, for which on 9- 18- 68 t h e Board of Aldermen auth or ized the Housing Authority to make app lication. 6. Enc ourage smaller deve lopments o f Pub lic Housing, to include scattered sites and mixed type un its, suc h as townh o uses and single-family h o usi n g , which may eventual l y be sold to Pub lic Housing tenan ts. 7. Encourage h ome -ow nership in low and medium income h o using whenever possible . B. Assist in getting tangible evidence of physical improvements d u ring 196 9 in the Vine City NDP area. (Approved for planning only du r ing 196 9 .) 9. Wor k with the P lan n ing Dept. and Housing Au thority in development of t h e 1969 increment of NDP in the Edgewood-Kir k wood 3rea . (Approved for pla nn i ng only d u ring 1969 .) �Page Four 10 . Work with t h e Model Ci ties staff and the Housing Authority in expediting physical e v idence of experimental housing and reha b i li tation during 1969 in the Model Ci ties a r ea. 11 . Pr omot e establishment of emerge ncy housing , perhaps oj a temporary nat ure , to accomodat e special emergency cases , wh i c h frequently occ u r . 12 . Push for early rezoning consideration of the entire City to meet constant l y expanding Ci ty needs , to include adeq u ate sites f o r low-income h ousing. 13 . S trive fo r e l imi nation , t hr ough NDP o r b y p rivat e enterprise , o f slum p ock ets in t he six core areas s uch as : portions o f Li ghtning , Spring Av enu e , N. W. and the in the d u ff Road area , ad ja cent to Ar ea VI . 14 . Pr o mo te emphasis on Housing Code Enf orcement efforts t h roughou t the s i x k ey areas . 15 . Continue to wo r k on ways and means o f dev elopment of low-income h o using in adjacent u n incorporated areas , to relie ve congestio n in t h e centra l core a rea s 8nd to pr ovid e ad equa te h ous ing and j o b o ppo r t u ni ties n ear a nd eas il y ac cessib le to , i ndus t r i a l de v elo pme nt . Ch airma n Alexa nder as k ed Mr . Rob inson if emergency housing would h elp t h e pr omot ion of t he 1 969 Summer Pr ogr am? Mr . Robins on st a t ed that n ow some o f t he Churc he s a n d EOA Ce nt ers were tr y ing to find housing with o ther fa milies f or pe o ple who ha v e been displaced on a tempo rar y basis until t h e Housing Authorit y o r ot her hgencies set up a tempo rar y hous ing p r o gram f o r pe o ple wh o ha ve b e e n dis p l aced b y g o v e r nme nt al a ct ion or ot h e r mea ns . Chairman Alexander called on Mr . Les t er H . Parsel l s to c omme n t on emergency housi n g . Mr . Persells stated that the Hous ing i1uthori ty does hnve a fe w units of tempo rary housing , but that the units stay full all t he time and as soon as a family moves o u t anot her fami l y is ready to t ake its place, and t hat the se cannot be used for emergency housing as such , but only f or f~mi lies who meet normal requirements for Public Housing. Mr. Alexander then called on Mr. Duane Beck of t he Social Aspects Panel . Mr . Beck st~ted that the Housing hCsources Committee should take the problem of emergency housing up wit h the Community Chest, whose Exectuve Boord ~ o uld coet June 13 . �Page Five Mr . Alexander then asked the Social Aspects Panel look into the problem of displaced families and t h e need for emergency housing . Mr . Alexander then called on Mr . Dave Palmer of the Housing Locations Panel . Mr . Palmer br o ught up t h e matter of the J . P . Step h ens and Company. Mr . Pal~er stated that the J . P . Stephens and Company, a cotton mill that h as been s h ut down, are going to make t h e tenants that live in t h e h ouses, owned by the mill , move· o ut; that it is rumored~ they are going to cut t h e tenants utilities of f if they do not L D '/ (.' b J a certain time and it is also rumored t h at t h e h ouses will be demolished after the tenants have lef t . A meeting is being set u p now with representatives of the Ci ty of Ptlanta and t e J . P . Steph ens and Company. Mr . Arc h er Smit h then made a motion that a Resolution b e sent to the J . P . Stephens and Compa n y. The motion was seconded and, after furth e r discussion , unaminously adopted . The Resolution reads as follows : viRESOLVED: Tha t the Ho u s i n~ r:c sou r ces Comm i ttee a t temp t, thro u gh i t s ~ oci al Aspects Pane l, t o se cu r e temp o rary h ous i ng o n a n eme r genc y b as is fo r dispossessed fa mili es, and more p a rti cul a rl y , to att e mpt to locate h o usin g f or al l t enants in n ee d o f suc h o f J . P . Ct ephe n s and Comp any , who a r e, o r ar e a bout to b e , dispossess ed by re aso n o f the c l os ing o f s a id p l ant, i ncl u di ng t h e p ossibili ty o f find i n g someon e i nte r ested and a bl e to l ea s e t he home s, b e ing vaca te d a t t he J. P . S tep hens plant, to p eopl e i n nee d o f emerge ncy ho us i n g o n a temp o rary ba s i s." ~ r . Da v e Palmer th e n made a mot i o n tha t a Reso luti o n be se n t to the Community Ches t t o imiOl·,_, e the Che st in t he p r o blem of emer i::!"enc y h ous i ng . The mo ti o n wa s s ec o nd ed and a fte r fur t h e r di s cussi o n , una mino u sly ad o p t ed . Mr . Joh n ny J o hnso n , Direct o r o f Model Ci ties, s t ated t ha t e v e ry year mo ne:;, i s appropriated to c o p e with e mergency nee d s and that t he !JH.C s h o uld s up port the effor ts of the Community Ches t in ord e r t o have t he funds a v aila bl e for emergency n eed s, such as this . rtL~ . Bob Uinn , Chairmar.- o f the Construc t i o n and Dcs i gr:. ?o nc l made a motion which was second e d and •1na min o u s ly adopted t ha t t h e HRC s end a n.e s ol u t i o n to t he Commu:1i t y Chest s tating : nTha t the Hous ing I~0 source s req ~ ests the Exec u t ive Bcerd of include , for the period of 1970 for emergency hou sing 2nd other prope r . " Commi tte e respectf ully the Communi ty Che st to a ~d following years, funds emergencies that it deems �Page Six (This Res o l u tion was transmitted in writing by the Chairman , to the Commu nity Ch est Exec u ti ve Bo8rd befo:re it me t on June 13 . ) Chairma n Alexander t hen called on Mr . Bob Winn , Chairman of the Construction and Design Pa nel , to rep o rt o n the study for Model Cities made by Eric Hill and Associates , "Lowering the Cost of Housing : Research on Strategy and Polic y " . Mr . Wi nn stated that the Constr uction and Design Panel.hol d a meeti ng on May 2 8, 1969 , at Georgia Tech , concerning the study pre p21red by Eric ~Ul l and Associ2tes , bu t as yet his Pa nel has not been able to get full copies of the report; ha d received only a summary. Mr . Wi nn announced tha t there will be a n ot h er meeting of the Constructi o n and Design Panel on J une 25 th , and that MT . Dismuke of Er ic Bill and Ass oc iates will also be at the meeting , t o ma k e a special present ation of t h e report , and a t t h is time the Constr u ction and Design Panel will study the report in det 21il and report ba ck to t h e Committee after the meeting witb Eric lli ll and Associates . Mir . Winn also stated t h at the Construction and De sign Panel \liO u ld designate ~fr . Otis Th or p e to c o ord inate and work closely with Mr . J oh nny Johnson in the Model Cit ies pr o gram . The Ch airma n then called on the Cha irma n of other Pane l s for reports . Th ere was n o additional reports to be given at t h is time . Mr . Ric h ard Ha rvey , Chairman of the Pub lic Relations Panel , c omme nt ed that there should be a guide from the Committee as a whol e as to h ow much do we want t o stress meeting t he housing goal s inside as compar ed with outside the Ci ty Limits . Mr . Winn the n i nvi ted Mr . Ha rvey to attend the meeting on June 25 , 1069 , with the Construction and Design Panel . Chairman ~lexander stated that different times wil l b e set up f o r each of t he Panels to be given a s pecific tas k to ~ot'k on and r e p o rt back to t he Executiv e Comm i ttee and t hat eac h member wo uld be n o tified a s to t he time and place of s uch meeting. Chairman lHexander t hen called o n P,falcolm D. Jones to c omment on the te~tiif e s chedule for assembling t he 1 S10 Neig hborh ood Dev elopment Pr o gram application . Mr. Jones stated that the Housi ng Resources Committee will de fin it ely be involved in t he City's appli ca tion for t he 1970 Neig hborhood Development Pr ogram and tha t he bad so no ti fied the Planning Department, in writing and asked that he be notified o f any meetings invol ving this program , i n order that we might participa t e therein. Mr . Jones then commen ted on the Housing Resources Participation in the preparation of s ubmi tt al s of material for recertification of the Workable Program for 1969. He st ated that the material for the �rec e rti fic a t i on i s due i n t he Pla nni ng De pa rtme n t on J un e l G, 1065 , a nd t hat he will hav e t h e C~a irman l ook over wh a t is being pres ented to t h e Planning Departme nt and as k t he Chairman ma k e any ne c e s s ar y c h ange s o r modificatio ns t herei n; t hat time is i nsuf f i cient t o p ermit referring t i:1e r:iat e rial to t h e Exec u tive Comr:-ii t tee f or re v iew and c onsidera tion . I'!lr . J ones also c onmented on t r.1.e o os t r e c ently r e vised Summa ry Status o f f..ccelora ted Low- IncoEJ.e :-Io)-!S ing Pr ogr am , may 1 5 , 1 96 9 . Th i s 8 i_imma r y :r,a po 1~t co::1tains 2 cowpa :c i on wi t l1 t he I·;l3 y 15 , lf1G8 re?por t , the h i gh l igh ts of whic h are as f o ll ows : Ao o f Ma y 1 969 , 4 , 03 9 units heve bee n c omp l eted , wh ereas i n Mey 1S6G, 2 , 031 u ni ts h 2d bee n complet e d . In 1J62 t he r e wer e 7 , 250 un its Under Constr uc t i on a ~d in 1 3G3 there were 5 , 103 un its Und e r Cons t r uc t i on; a nd In Plann ing for 1 SG9 , t here 21:.'.' G 7 , 003 1.~ 1. ·· t s , a ;.1 d i n l S,(;,C t '.:-.e r e ·,',i o r c 7 , 1 51 u nit e; I n ? lnn n inc; . Th is made a tot8 l I~ Sig h t f or Ma y 1JG9 o f 1 9 , D0G u n i ts . Tj e t o ta l I~ S i 8 h t f or ~8 Y 1 903 wa s l ~ , 29D un its . F o r lGG~ t h o Le as i ng ?r ogra m ha s 1 , 01 5 and for 1963 t ~e r e w2r e 231 uni t s . ~or n t ota l o f 2 1 , 0 13 un its f o r lSGS a nd 14 , 571 un :ts f or 1339 . The 2 1 , 013 u ni ts a re an inc r e as e o ~ 4 , 213 e b o7c t he over 8ll ~oal . In 1963 t~e 14 , 5 71 uni ts ~ere a de f i c it o f 2 , ~23 un its o f the 0 7a ra ll ~oa l . be i ng Cons idered i n a l l categor i es a _G 3 , 53 5 un its f or Ma y 1 96F ; and i n May 1968 t he re we r e 4 , 1G l un its 3e ing ConGid e red ( all ca tefiorie s ). Col . J one s c omment ed t tat t he Pub l i c 3 o using is b e hind in i ts ove r al l g oal and tha t t o mee t the req uired BOal t he Ci t y wi ll ha v e to req uest an addti o nel res erva tion of 1 , 230 u nits . M~ . t lexander p oi nt ed o t t t hat ~c a r e n ow app roxim2 tely ha l f way throu e;h o m .~ !:i y e a r program 2l n d t ;:ia t t he i ·'u b l i c ~lov.sing fig u1~e i s n ow appr oxima t el y ha l f o f t he overall g oal . Mr . P lexander a s ked Co l . J o nes why t her G was suc h an increa s e in ? ~ivate Devel o pment? Col . Jones I'CSpond Gd t .rnt J:-w irn u a l l y does not t:Dv o t '. lia ,1~t il he ee ts t ~e repor ts fro d t ~ e Buildi~c D0part ment on its Pe rni t s iss ued e8ch raont h en 1 for t'.1is reEson , earlier in t ~e we did not have informE t ioc on , End t heref orG did not reflGct unde1~ P:ci\i8 t c Dcv0lopt'.l.ent Hwt Vi G1~e " J r;. :PJi.8Dnine; 99 • info r c ot i o n, Build i u g prog ram un its CoI . J ones commen ted on t he u~1i t o rc h8b i ; i t 8 t Gd by t :;1 e ~=ous ing C~de DiJ iGion and GXplainad that t hora h8ve been 1 7 , 124 uni ts s o rehsbi:.tit2tcd; t h.at t!vJ ::ss trJ.l ts do no t in,. :;res s c t Le ::1nmbe1· of twusing u~i ts available , bu t do iuc r e2 s 0 t ~ o suppl y o: ct2nd 8 rd un its . f.1:~. :-Pe-rcG11s c onne r.. t ed 0 1 @ Ct2 t e s f:e port [1nde b y t he ·::ct.m ine; Jl •;: tbor i t : 1 c1G o i June ::i. GDC . ( Ccpy a tt ac::.ed to file copy ci: n inutcs . ) n: ::-1 ha nae;cmcnt Under Construction JID. Pla r.mi ng }[ r: n s ssrva t ion 'l 'OTJH, �The Ch airnan then asked if t h ere was any ot h er business? t here gas none, the meeting was adjou rne d at 11 : 30 p.m. Respectfully s ubmi tted, --,r-t . , .,;;_ . ",t; Q , , e ; . ~ i - -i, ,- -., ) . •v·v~,c- A.!'.l ·u / .Jones~ ..., . ~ous ing Coor~inator M2 Ic o l r.i. D . me E2cls : As stated (~ ith file ~opy only) 1 bo �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 17

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  • Text: NOTES FOR DISCUSSION Moderate and Upper Income In-Town Housing Panel Meeting 10:00 A.M. July 1, 1969 1~ a. Propose a conference similar to the Mayor's Housing Conference in November 1966. b. Invite Bankers, Savings and Loan Association Officials and Real Estate Brokers. 2. Promote construction of new housing inside City Limits - Homes $20,000 and up. Apartments $150 and above. 3. How can neighborhoods in jeopardy be saved. 4. Develop a Program (together with Public Relations Panel) encouraging people to live in the City. 5. Submit proposed plan with recommendations to HRC within 30 - 60 days. �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 19

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  • Text: ·-----~ -- -· • - NOTES FOR DISCUSSION Social Aspects Panel Meeting 9:00 A.Mo July 2, 1969 1. Investigate and Determine need for Housing Relocations Service city-wide. 2. Propose ways and means for getting a slum structure demolished for each new low-cost housing unit createdo 3. Propose miniature NDP areas for adoption in 1970 and later. 4. Propose plan to notify slum dwellers of housing opportunities that are available. 5. Study Housing Authority Survey on out of town occupancy. 6. Propose plan for educating low-income housing occupants in "Care of Property". 7. Need and Plan for Emergency Housing. 8. Develop plan and make report with recommendations to HRC within 30 - 60 days. �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 25

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  • Text: .J une 27, 196-9 r. John . Gardn r, Chairman The Urb n Co .lition cti n Council 1819 H Str t. N. • bington, »~ c. 20006 Dear rdn r: r. Upon rege1pt of th d~ ft po it1on p per· st bl1sbi g the N tio l Urb n Co lit1on' role in bousin • copy attached (Encl . 1), ayor Allen , l" ferred· the p per to tho Bousin Resou Co ittee for r vi nd co ent. tor t r l itt Jun 12 nd un hol tion and draft p · 1 liti u' hou 1. ould b 2. r tb n r n • • �r • .John • G rdner 27, 1969 ge o JUQ · 4. Tb t th FHA be u11ged to approve air- conditioning in both ne . nd r h bilit ted housing hr it c n b 1nalud d thin them xi u lo n allo: d . 5. Tb t the th us HA b urged to encour e hotang uc as of ro - typ gard n-typ , condo 1nium house , p tlo houses# you . tc. I hope t .t tbiG endorse ent y be of sst ne$ to inc rely_ Cecil A. Al~ nder, Cb ir Co 1tt Bou ing Re ore CAA/ c yor -lv n r. D n E. Jr. / Jr / n �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 32

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  • Text: June 4 , 1989 r . Joseph H. Bigg Dir ctor of Gr du t Studl Ch ir n. vo~ty Study Co Me phis t t Univ r ity Sobool of Arts ch nd Sc~ nc e phis , T nn D r Mr . Ri in Sp 1t.t e e 38111 .• our l tt ~ of 129, 196, to yor All your int rest in hung r , die l c re and housin proc dure ·n ctions tnk n by tlant in g tting b .s b n turned ov r to for r ply . · d arly t Fed r 1 Aid ln A l•nta, eport 107 City h Atl 11 a ta rb o rt 110 �r. Joseph H. Rigg June 4, 1969 ge Two Both of th se docu ents- have been published nd idely distributed by th co unity Relations Service, u.s. Conf :r nc of · yors. Jn dit1on, l en.elos:Ln copy of a r cont ddr s by r. S t t the Univer ity of ns sand n updated doou · nt prep red by EOA in Atl nt ( directory of EOA progr ).. oth of th se docu ents provid consid rable b c rou d info tion nd t ri 1 on tl nt • s. Ad t she t rt inin to·Atl nt 's Co od:tty oods Distribution Cent r nd th ctiviti s r sulttng fro this f•cil1ty i 1 o nclo d for your .1 nfor ti.on .. It provid a reasorUJble pictur of loo l ffort bin d in ood di tribution to the poor nd needy. it r pct to to 'th . co nt on "Th cont 1ned in Mr . Sw t' Ten). d; ncl follo ing doc . nts p rt · od r t hou in inco you fir t housin , I r lo·-1nco yor's Housing :aesourc s Pro r n . ddt: s (copy Univ rslty of enclosing t In add1ti n, ining to tl ourrent lo n ro r •• t th ayor All n's Addr Bo Announc nt of Appoint Functto ot tb t of r 1 1 ., nt , ing OU d Or D Co itt • J ·/ , Jr. c, tin, t Ace 1 rat a J t itt tion o:t tb 1 Lo • uary 15, 1 69 rl 1 1a • 1 n C 1 1 tJfUS't th• th ncl ful t 1 yo r wor• Lt•. I a t1 ourc con Annual • yor'a ov b r 15, 19 1ng Confe-reno, d r 1 • · uat • ill �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 39

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  • Text: Reh abil i t atio n 6 D E PARTMENT OF BUILL>INGS HOUSING COD E INSPECTION FORM (U se additional sh e et for e ach unit in addition to the first unit) DATE-·_ _2_•_9_•6_7_ 1043 Stewar t Avenue, S. W. LOCATION OWNER OR AGEN T Pc:ir l Co,·1nn ADDR ESS Same Same ADDRESS Same TY P E .CONSTRUCTION - - ~B=r-i=c=k_ _ _ _ _ __ NO. HABIT ABL E ROOMS - - ----= l,,=-.-----'--- ~ -- _ _ __ /5-:J - 9ooY / (Spe ci fy whic h) OCCUPANT C266.• 192 63 ' No. NO. STORIES 2 ·;Ji? NO. UNITS NO. OCCUPANTS _ _ WHITE . X NON WHITE---- OVE RCROWDED? - - - -- ZONING _ _ _ _ _ _R_.._6_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ FLOOR SP ACE / [-z:-Z sq. ft. BUILDING IS SUITABLE F OR _ _ __?:r"'.~ ""' -··- ---UNITS WITH EXISTING FACILITIES ALL IM PROVEMENTS MUST COMPLY WITH THE HOUSING CODE STANDARDS • . ·- REQUIREMENTS TO CORRECT DEFICIENCIES: • • .. • .... .J \ . ... ,1 1 ~ . .\ '\ Repla ce broken or missing window gla ss Repa ir eaves Re pla ce decayed rafters Paint building (no permit required) exterior trim Repa i r ce iling of front por ch Re pa i r or r ep l a ce screens Repari or r ep l ace rear steps Repla ce a ll uns ound members of structure ,· ' ' . .... No i nt er ior inspe ction made. Interior to conform with all ex isting City Housing Code s. Ca ll thi s office for appointment for interior inspection. \ Interior inspection made on April 12, 1967 ·1. ~ 2. 3. ("-4. (:_ 5. C.,,6. CJ· C:_8. 0 9. ~ 10. Replac e defective inside wall covering. Repair interior wall surfaces. Paint the interior of the building. Reduc e to three units. Discontinue sleeping, eating and cooking in same roo~-:.by roomers. Remove kitchen sink in downstairs, left back roo-qi / Bathroom not to cpen directly into kitchen in ups,i:At;i;:,~1:,left apartment.. Repair or replace all improperly installed plurril/ i,-dg~f {~tures. All plumbing to meet City Plumbing Code. ~ 1 Adequately support lavatory basin in upst~; ts left bathroom. Install mechanical ventilation for ba h oQJil /leading into hall upstairs. t'. ,;JJ c~~ ~ .. ~ lr; ._/'q/ rt ~ 1,t \) r Q)lJl~ _ ,. (\ 'O 01 J /(,~ 1- 1±:v 9 ~ /j.1~ .. . ~ti~\¼ ~ &Jr ri' / 1ft!/y'~L/ S PECIA L C Ol\IMEN TS: i ! ( f 11i7/ ) Lf . ,& l:r,"v-~ AL L IMPR OV EMENTS OR REPAIRS MUST CO l\IPLY WITH APPLICABLE CITY CODES . N OTIC E : THIS FORM MU S T BE P RE S ENTE D WHE N APPL Y IN G FOR P ER MITS, A ND MUST BE KEPT ON THE JOB UNTIL WORK IS CO MP LET E . All improve ments mu s t be ma d e in a th.orou gh workma nlike manner and in a ccorda nce with recognize d construction standard s . When a ll i mprovements have been completed call Housing Code Division JA 2~4463, Ext . 286, 7, 8, or 9 for final inspection. G8 orge Hitcl1cock b y JHH Insp ec to r bjl E">ol r FORM 4·H · B · 1 1 I �4'/1/t? 9/Vl. ~J-1, ~ c:: ~ /..-:77,. .P-~,,' j ~1~ {?tp~Cct;~7? / ~ p'/ /,t.(i~ '/-:.-YZ,, / '-- 1( a1-~ -rv'v // ,;?,, /7 // / U.~- C/'C,.--<- , {!;:,v;,,;~t:E./; t~ I /} . {;0(74-~ t?c~-a ~r-7/ ,~ c,-,,.--/Ci--? ~ !C /J'/ / /J -=.,/) /6!&"-,:./U ..-f (J';,'?<,-f ~/~/?, /cftfi, ' .· ' · 1;-ctr-/l 70'~./ p <0c/,,,u;udctt4y/W-rL hf ~w/ q;-thh/7(!fj)k<-?~~ ./U/(/ i / . ' . r ~ ? ~ / P , , ; ,- ~r _v ,#(;I/ . .. .. . - . -. . . . ' . . . . - I . I l. __... _._ _... _ - ·. · . .- _ - ·-··. . - . -- . . - - • • • - • -- -· - . --· - . -- -- ' .. . . --· . - --. . . •• • - ·. ·..---· . ·. -· . . .. - -··· ·. ..,j . -· - • ·... . . . . : _. . _. _ ·. .. ·. -- ~-- ... _._ . - - • ·. : _, ._ - - . - _. • .. I... - -· - - . ·. - - • • • - . (. C .. -- . .- ... : : -- .::: - (':. . -- . .- . ... .... . . . ·..·.: . :. .' _· _._ . - - - .. -- .. ' - . - . ' .. . -· ,._ I I :'.·.. ,. - - -- . ---· - - - - . - -- .,.....- - ' ·~ ~ k L ~~ l~wd- 5~P-tj-&7 ' -- . . -·- ... . .. -· - -~ . ._ . - .. -·- - -- - ·.- :.. · :.·. �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 40

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  • Text: _, . , ~ .· -·- ~ . - .... '>"_ •• , .., Form +6 . ' ... --- - !"'.- ·.:· -.:._-z.- '"':,_---, • O · A PPLICA --•~ .. .. " .,.;, BUU..DB G PiE FO R-6 ,. Atia nta, ba. Ha r da ge --,,,- ----- Inspector_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Zone_ _ _ _ _ _ __ ,I I- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 19_ _ .- PERM IT No _ _ ,"""'4.__9,_.2=-- _ __ C. co , lANS_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: - - - - - - - - - - - - - PART 0 FIN. 0 NO. STORIES_ _ _ NO. ROOMS_ _ _ BAJHS_ _ _TOILETS_ _ _ BASEMENT_ _ _ FULL 0 ATTIC-UNFIN. 0 NONE 0 NO. UNITS_ _ _ _TOTAL SQ . . FT. AR<:/"\.._ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ SIZE OF BLDG _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ HEATING: Cool O Gos O Oil O Steam O H. A. Furn., Grav. 0 Radiant Htr. O Contract D Elec. O Panel_ Ray O . VENTILATION: Ploin Exhaust Blowet O Washed Air O Refrigerated FOOTINGS Plain Cone.I I Re in. Cone. Spread Footings FOUNDATION WALLS Plain Cone.I Brick I I Rein. Cone. I Cone. Blk FLOOR CONST. Wood Joist Rein. Concrete Stone Metal Wood Frame Wood Siding Cone. Slab CHIMNEY Brick Flat Slab Cone. on Grade Stucco on Wood Stucco on Masonry ROOFING Composition Steel Concrete FINISHED FLOOR Steel Frame Metal Clad Metal Tile Build-Up Pine Pipe Columns Steel Beams Rein. Cone. Beams Brick Veneer Hard Wd. Imitation Brick OUTSIDE WALLS Brick Insulated Personally appeared (he) ~ , PARTITIONS Wood Tile Steel I Brick ROOF CONST. Flat Gable Hip Monitor Mansard Sow Tooth Jumbo Brick ~ 7 O 0 0 Stone Transite PLUMBING Earth Tile GEORGIA-FULTON COUNTY Slate T. &G. Asbestos Asbestos Tile Cone. Block Wood Beams WINDOW SASH Wood Steel I I Aluminum Mill Laminated Cement Wood Columns Steel Columns Masonry Piers Wood Rafters Wood Truss Steel Truss Stee l Joist Stone FL & ROOF SPTS. Rein. Cone. Columns 0 H. A. Furn., Forced O Unit Heaters O floor Furn. O Boile r SPRINKLERED: Chemical Bomb O Auto. Water ELEVATORS: Passenger O Freight ~-~ <2 d -? ~ Cone. Block Plaste red Sheet Rock No. Fixtures ELECTRICAL WORK No. Outlets ·T- Wired for Powe r O BS E R V E D PHY S I C AL CONDITION Excellent Average z.d ,--., I I I I Good I Poor who on oath says that ) is the applicant for the foregoing, and that all the above statements are f~ _to the bes of (his) {her) knowledge, and that the work I. to .be done thereon is authorized by the owne r and will be.. done by contract wit Contractor ~ -~ NAME _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ Add res. ~ - - - - - - -- - - - -- - - - - - - - - Sworn to and subsc ri bed before me thi'"--- I ' -· -·<' ' . , ,,, C .,.,.. -' - ~ ~< · j;;- C:·· / Not a ry Pub lic, Fulton County, Go. - - - -- - - / -P ,/-" / I da y of �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 44

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  • Text: April 30, 1969 Mr . Lewi M . Meeks. Pre ident P rry Are Cham er of Co1X1merce P. 0. ox 592 Perry Georgia 31069 Dear Mr . Me k Your letter of April 24, 1969 , to Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr . for completion of Ou Uonnair p rtaining to low-rent hou ing, h b n referred to m · {or r ply . C mpleted Que tionnaii'c i enc lo d, together with dditlonal m t ri 1, (listed under It m 5 d 14 of the Ou stiOntl ir ) pe~taining to Atlanta' 111 curr o.t Ace ler t d Low-income Houaing Pro r m. IJ I can of furthoi- a rvic to you. ple a call on me. Sine: rely. Malcolm D . Jon s H uein Co rdi tor DJ/rnc Encl•: Compl t d Que•tionnaire with attach d mat ri 1 (Li1t d iu th eati nnatr ) cc: Mr. R. Ea.rlLand 1'8 Adminiatratlv aaist t �
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 46

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  • Title: Box 5, Folder 3, Document 46
  • Text: PERRY CHA/JI/BER OF C01l1MERCE ,;. P 0.. BOX 592 • PERRY, GEORGIA 31069 April 24, 1969 Ma:yor Ivan Allen, Jr. City HaU Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Attn. Mr. R. EaPl Landers Administrative Assistant Gentlemen: The City of Peny wiU hold a Straw Ballot on July 1 for the purpose of determining whether or not the people in this corrmu:nity want Federal Low-Renting Housing. In this connection~ the Perry Area Charrber of Commerce is making every effor t to s ecure i nformation and facts about the programs a:vailah.Ze , manner in which programs would be selected and administered, and the affect of such programs on Perry's future and prosperity. When this information is obtained, it will then be corrorrunicated to the puhlic so they can make an inte lligent decision on July 1. To assist us in our study , we would appreciate your completing the enclosed survey fo rm at your eaPliest convenience and returning to us in the envelope provided for you. / Any information which you give us will be presented collectively with that from other cities . No specific references will be made to your corrorrunity. Sincerely yours , C / ., ,.....-=·j-. ,../ \ / / - \.. t'.' i,.(' (,.J /) . 7. ( - 1/) )-(:< >!..
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Box 5, Folder 3, Document 54

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  • Title: Box 5, Folder 3, Document 54
  • Text: · ' --- C IT'7" OF AT-LP. TP CITY HALL April 21, 1969 ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Ar ea Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR . CECIL A. ALEXANDER, Chairman Housing Resources Committe e MALCOLM D. JONES Housinc Coordinator Dear Members, Housing Resources Cbmmittee: We have recently received new direction from the Mayor as to future activities of the Housing Resources Committee. As a result, we are reorganizing the Committee in an effort tb more adequately follow the guidelines indicated in the Mayor's revised mission for the Committee; and you are slated to occupy an important role in the reorganized Committeeo The reorganization meeting of the entire Housing Resources Committee will be held Thursday, May B; 1969, at 10:00 A.M. in Committee Room 2, Second Floor, City Hall. A complete list of members -and Panel (Sub-Committee) assignments will be made available to you at the meeting, together with specific functions with which each Panel is to be charged. Mayor Allen has agreed to meet with us on May 8 and to discuss with us his views in respect to future requirements for low and moderate income housing in the Atlanta area. · Also, we have invited Mro Mills B. Lane, Jr;, a member of the Housing Resources Committee, to show us a very interesting film which he has, of a clean up campaign last year in Savannah, which he proposes to duplicate in the Vine City area of Atlanta during May of this year. I feel sure that you will find this movie interesting and enlightning. Mr. M. B. Satterfield, retiring Executive Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, has been invited to our meeting as Honor Guest. I am sure we will all want to thank Mr. Satterfield for his long and faithful s~rvice in the housing field and to wish him well in a much . deserved retirement. We hope tha~ you will be able to meet with us on May 8. A return address postal· card is enclosed f o r your convenience in informing us whether you plan to attend. Sincerely, -af_&~?~~ Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing nesources Committee Encl: Postal Card -- • _J �
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  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: December 29, 2017