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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 3

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  • Text: August 18, 1969 Possible Urban Co1·ps Director s Contacted To Date 1. Bob Sigmond, Assistant Director, Resource Develop1nent Project SREB 2. Ken Millwood, Public Relation Director, Atlanta Urban Corps 3. John Sw eet, VISTA Volunteer, Atlanta 4. Alan Gould, Assistant Director, New York Urban Corps 5. Elayne Landis, Assistant Director, New York Regional Metro Planning Commission 6. James W. Foughn;:;r, Financial Aid Director, Dalton Junior College 7. Ronnie Chinchilla, Director VISTA training program, Westinghouse Lea r ning , Atlanta 8. Imre. Kovacs , Youth and Urban Minister, NewHaven Congregational Church 9. Thorburn Reid, President, Project Earning Power, Washington, D. C. 1 0. Ronald Kabl, M.S. degree, Community Development, · university of Missouri 1 1. Michael K. Ray, Retired Major, EOA at present �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 10

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  • Text: ,· .. . ,~ • c-.. Micha.el K. Ray P.rm:;o:rAt D.WA-: ~ Retired. l-1 a.jor Date of Birth: · 12/2.2/22 WeiGh·c: 155 Po1...Lri0..s 5' 6" Height : Marital Sta tu.:;: Draf-t; -Sta tu.s : Militory Ei:3torJ: _ 1943-194G ,, Infantr y ~ Hichest gradt Harried. - 5 children 3-A 1st. Sgt. Infantry ~ Adj. Gen . · Corp. Hic;bcst gro.de M~jor 1950-1967 Retirca June 30, 1967 19~-1- 1942 Amexica.n Institute of BCLl.1.king Los Anzcles, Califo:enia AccountiTig and ?rinc :i..paJ G of D2.nJ~i116 1939 ..1941 Belmont High School EDUC!i.T IOl'T: Los Angeles, California SERVICE sc:-:oor.s Adj. Gen. Officers C5.l·eer Couree Ft. Har~ison, Ind.icna 1959 Duri113 pcrioa. of 1952 to 19 67, attcnc1.cd cou..r::;es in Pc:r::;onncl Ha..11.D.[';ea ent, Civilic.n ena. l-1ilita ry Purch:i.;:;ins m1cl Con.t:r-.1.cti r:~ Spec:i.o.l Services Cou~·ccs in o;._--:crL:.tio:1 of R~c:r2~ti0,'! /,l·,~:.s to i :o..c ]:...1.c1c f2.cili tie::; suc::i e.s Golf com·sc::;, Bmrlinc :I.r::82s , SerYi cc Clubs , 'l·h~s.i:.~r.-;, Cra i"'c::; Clu"b mid. Sn c.ck Bo..r Op-2:::"ntio.:1 . Public Tielation Cour~es. Ed.ucatio:1 ec.:,u::i.l to ~-1:r;;iroxfr1,~.tely three years college. E-fPLO"fl-IZriT HIS'I'ORY: United States Arny 9/15/50 to ?re3c1~ Officer ~ Pr·lr-r.::.ry du ties : Chief of Speci3.l Servicec. and DivlGion ~8vcl. 1950- 1952 Cor.'!pm1y · Coi:rru..." lder 1952-1956 \ 1 I Po.:::t Assista:-tt S:pccia.1 Ser,..-lce::; Offi c ~r ru1c1. Cus toc.ian cf Cc~1tr2l Post Fund , Dutie :;: Rud co'.'.Iplcte respons ibility f or the contrecting and. IAU-cln;;lnc of all :cec:r;;;o:t.ion i::n.:.p-plic8 a."1.d rmt8rioJ.s, food 0.nd bever a ge for ooldicrG clu"'v, snJ.ck b :U' 3 etc. Coatr;,.1cting Ol'i'iccr for new construction a:1.d r.:::ll~bilit~tio;:i plus f'urnitu:rc ELYld fix·~urcs. H:i.ndlir!g all r,n-:::sc..:; to mra.rdi.i.J.J of co:.-i~ro.ct. Su:9ervioecl co::-1 3truction of 18 hole e;oli' co·..u·se, Pro Di10::;> end Clu'b Eou::; c . St n.ffcd and supervlscd o:per-::i.tion o f Club Eouz; c, Coc~~t ~il lou.."lge, e.nd - DiniP..g Roo:n. Arr-2-:.--is-.::~--:e..11t s fo1~ a lJ. p r i vo.te p -:i.rtics u 9 to a 1:1~ir'.'.w:1 of 250 v ...t.s h ::i.nclled u:1d2r r.ry d.irect za:)8l.'Vl::::io.:1. Ori;nnl:'.(:U. Holl.yvoo cl Llv ...: S b o ·.;.1 , ihlci\ incl111l~l1 loc •1l t ~,J.c :1t, Bob Ilo;,c, Bing Cro:.by, J C:.ck lk:n:1y e.nd Lou Co::it c l.lo. Provic.c :1 tr.inc?orto:tion., Hotel i::.nd Hotel ac cc:2;,oc~.,.J.tio,1 ::; . ·- �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 11

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  • Text: MINUTES GRANT REVIEW BOARD AUGUST 13 , 1969 The Grant Review Board of the City of Atlanta met Wednesday, August 13, 1969, at 10:00 a.m. to discuss the Request for Proposal from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban De v elopment for participation in the Urban Information System project. The following persons were present at the me e ting: Members Dan Sweat, Chairman Collier Gladin, Planning Dir e ctor Jay Fountain, Deputy Dir e ctor of Finance Others John Watson, Planner Raymond Fleming, UrbanCorps Intern Kenneth Gregor, Urban Observatory Coordinator Mr. Watson e x plained that the RFP i nvites proposals for t he research and development of a compr e hensive , i nte grate d muni cipa l information system or subs ·y·stem . This i s a n expe r iment to l ea. r !'l v:.rh ether o r r10't ~ p rotot~,rpe r: an be developed and successfully op e rat e d as a r e latively standardized system w hich can be transferred t o other municipalities wi t h a minimum of alteration s. It is the i n t e ntion of HUD to s e lect one city in th e population range 50, 000 to 500, 000 to award a $2. 5 million gr a nt for th e d e velopm e nt of a compr e h e nsive system and s e v e ral c i t ie s will be chosen to r e c e ive lesser grants for d eve lopm e nt of individua l sub- systems. A detailed summary of RFP 2-70 is attached. After much d i scussion, the Grant R e vie w Board recomm e nds th e follo w ing: • ~ I\:.;,. 1. That th e City of A tla nta m a k e application for th e $2 . 5 m i llion compreh ens1ve system g r an t , pr ovid e d th e Ma yor and B oar d o f Ald ermen comm it a dequa t e re sources a nd a s s i gn h igh prio r ity for th e proj e ct. 2. That th e re sponsibility fo r pr e pa ra tion -of t he G r a n t a pplicatiqn b e lodge d with the Da ta P roce ss ing R evi ew Comm ittee u n d_e r th e fo llo wing cond i t i on s : (a) Tha t th e Data P ro c e ssing Revi ew C omm i t t ee b e expa nd e d to includ e qual i f i ed representative s from ea c h c i ty department, the S chool Departm e nt and th e Administrative Staff of tr..e M a yo r a nd Boa rd of Aldermen and that an executive committee compos e d of thos e b e st �Grant Review Board Minutes Page 2 August 13, 1969 qualified representatives of departments most affected by this project be chosen to guide development of the application. The project director for application development be recommended by this group and will report to it. (b) That this committee report to a joint committee of the Aldermanic Finance Committee and the Planning and Development Committee. 3. That the committee take immediate steps to accept proposals from. interested software consulting firms and recommend a software firm to the Joint Aldermanic Committee. 4. That the committee establish immediate communications with the Urban Observatory through the City's Urban Observatory Coordinator to determine the interest of the Urban Observatory in participating in the Urban Information System project. .-L.--..!"--- .C-..-- L1.- G:r-ant Itc·vie·w· B .oa rd feels that th.is is an important UJ:-'_JJUJ. ~l.U .J.J.~Y .I.UJ. ~HC City to obtain consid era ble f e deral assistance in deve loping an information system and that maxirnum effort s hould b e put forth in an attempt to be selected as the compr eh ens ive system city. Respectfully submitted, A\a--J/N~,vf1an Sweat Chairman DS:je �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 4

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  • Text: ELAYNE LANDIS 220 Garfield Place Brooklyn, New York 11215 EXPERIENCE: Editorial Assistant - World Scope Encyclopedia, New York City, August , 1959, io January, 1960, general editing of articles submitted for printing in encyclopedia Editor - Freelance, January , 1960, to August, 1960, research and editing of theses in political science and history; bibliographical research for magazine articles Editor - Anderson Map Company, New York City , April, 1960 , to August, 1960, research for isometric map of New York City, developing location and significance of historical sites, ethnic neighborhoods and places of interest Teacher - New York City Board of Education, October, 1960, to January, 1966, teaching el ementary school one year at P. S. 144 in Harlem; teaching English and Social Studies three years in junior high school in Greenwich Village; faculty advisor to student newspaper and magazine; faculty advisor to General Organi zation Urban Planner - Nassau County Planning Commission , January, 1966, to January, 1968, site planning for Mitchel Field; study of office construction and white collar employment; assignment by County Executive to work with Metropolitan Regional Council in New York City resulting in revival of the council of governments through revitalization of programs in transportation, jet noise, air pollution, water pollution, recreation, solid waste disposal, etc.; preparation and submission of first HUD application for planning funds. Assistant Director - Metropolitan Council, January, 1966 to present, general administration, organization, budgeting, program development and writing; direct responsibility for regional program areas in narcotics addiction, law enforcement, student internship; work with mayors and chief county elected officials in tri-state metropolitan area towards goal of regional cooperation and local participation in regional planning and decision-making EDUCATION: Brooklyn College, Government and History, B. A., 1958 Harvard University, Government, Summer, 1956 University of Pennsylvania, History, M.A., 1961 New York University, Urban Planning, 60 credits, M. U. P . ; Werner-He gemann Scholzi.rship, 1963-64; 1964-65 �l THESES : University of Pennsylvania , M . A . thesis about assimilation of immigrants in New York City , considering housing, education, group affiliations, employment , governmental participation New York University , M. U. P. thesis concerned with goals, problems and accomplishments of neighborhood conservation programs PERSONAL: Born: U. S. A . Age: 32 REFERENCES : Perry L . Norton, Professor of Planning Graduate School of Public Administration New York University Four Washington Square North New York, New York Hon. Lawrence F. Kramer Mayor City Hall Paterson, New Jersey Hon. Charles E. Pound Commissioner Department of Parks and Recreation County Office Building White Plains, New York Marital Status: Single �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 13

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  • Text: ,I ' • · 1, MEMORANDUM TO: Members of the Data Processing Rev-Lew Committee FROM: John SUBJECT: WatsaqaW ' H i \I "H I' HUD RFP 2-70, Urban Infornation System Grant I! p !ir; The City has received RFP 2-70 from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This statement of work invites proposals for the I, ,1 !I,, ii l',, research and development of a comprehensive, integrated municipal information bystem or sub-system. This is an experiment to learn whether or not a prototype can be developed and successfully operated as a relative- ly standardized system which can be transferred to other municipalities with a minimum of alterations. Past approaches to urb an information systems have been fragmentary. What is needed is a system formulated as an integra l part of municipal (( opera tions.b ased on the s a tisfaction of operationa l requirement s of municipa l agencie8 and maintenance of the data base for tha t system. To a chieve thi s br oad goa l, a fourfold integra tion is required, linking together the foll owing : 1. The processing, analytica l and contr ol c apabilities of urban information s ystems . 2.. The several comp limentary approa ches to i nformation deve lop ment ; housekeeping , da t a bank, model··bui l ding, and pr ocess control. 3. ,:he various processes of ur ban administration . 4. The many urban and other governmental entities within a municipality. There are several basic principles which this project must observe: 1. A fundamental analysis of the entire system and its needs is necessary. 2. The system must be ·operationally based, i.e. in support of I • I' �- 2 - municipal operations. l. The syotem :f.s municipal - oriented, since it is at this level that urban problems and programs are dealt with. 4·. . Automation rather than computerization of the system is de-sired. S;. . The system must provide for feedback from the community & its government. 6·. Since this is an R & D effort, experimentation and innovation are desirable. Careful documentation is an absolute necessity. Success and failures should be explicitly recorded for the benefit of other municipalities. One_ complete system and several subsystems will be funded in this project. I .n general, the functions of a municipality fall . in four categories: 1 •. Public safety - police, fire, inspections Z.. Public finance - usually every department has an accounting · function, with an overall budget department. 3.. Human resources development - health, welfare, education, recreation, etc. 4. Physica l and eco.aomic development - planning, .- ·construction, maintenance, engineering, utilities. A subsystem comprising one of the above divisions should be completed and tested within two years , while the complete system will have three years. Respondents are required to propose their respective for ma tion into consorti a . consisting of a t a minimum the municipality as the prime contr actor and a systems /so f t ware subcontractor. A college, univer s i t y , or center s ubcontractor as a t hird member of the consor tium is urged but I ! i �- 3 I I! not required. No contractor or sub-contractor may be involved in more than one such project. A. municipality must demonstrate that it has already made a sub- " stantial investment of human and material resources into the development of a municipal information system. Existing experience and resources I· must be utilized to expedite the development of a system. The proposal must have a rational relationship to existing development of an ir.. formation system or subsystem in the municipality. The municipality must provide the project leader and leadership for all phases of the pr,oject. Assuming that a university or research center is included, the following roles are most appropriate: - educational and training course design, and orientation connected with the project • cost/benefit analysis and evaluation of the success & failures systems conceptualization - rationalization of information .and decision processes _The systems/computer software organization would perform the following: - s ystems conceptua lization • detailed systems design • programming - systems & procedures - detailed documentation & manual preparation technical training The proposal must specify who will do what and when it will be done. The consortium project team should include the following tyPes of personnel: ! l I �II - 4 - 1: - experienced municipal functional and managerial professionals i I ,, I • municipal government analysts - computer technicians - d.ocumentation & procedures manual specialists -researchers, hum.,n factors scientists, social scientists - training specialists -academicians - political scientists, public administrators, urbanologists, and infornation and computer scientists. The municipality must show evidence of the commitment of all government individuals & units whose cooperation is essential to the scope of.-·work proposed. It must also show a commitment of the following re- SDur.ces to the project: r. . Personnel: .. , - · the mix of talents available C - · the· specific persons involved, their contribution and relevant background, & the time they will spend on it. - · the relationship of non-project municipal professional employees & policy-making officials to the project. 2.. Machines: - the EDP equipment available - the support available from suppliers/manufacturers 3. Organization: - · a project leader - the c apability to continue the proj ect beyond the life of the fed er a l f unding The munici pality mu s t i nclude a " le tte r of i ntent" f rom al l members of the con.sortium. It must a l so show evidence of its co1Illlitment to utili ze the systems in planning, operations , and management . �II - 5 - J! i' The consortia involved in ·:the project will maintain a close liaison Informal status and .,, progress reports will help to keep everyone informed and to reduce dup- j ~o discuss comnou problem areas & expressed needs. , l rt:c:a:t:i.on of_efforts. ·1 lI Res:ear.ch· &. development is defined to consist of six steP"s: ,, 1 ,, 1. Systems analysis z.. Sys.t ems Conceptualization 3. Systems Design 4. Systems De,•elopment ~ ., 5.:•. Sys.tems Implementation Systems Evaluation Each. s.tep. is: closely interrelated and provides inputs to the other. The are:as: which will require the greatest attention to detail, and which have been merely skinnned in the past, are data acquisition and data base management. Present emphasis should be on an information and decision system rather than a data processing system. The research and development projects must utilize the systems approach, have clearly stated objectives, and exhibit effective systems management. They must also be based on design concepts that are trans- ferable to other municipalities. H -n•t The information systems must provide for continuing data base management and development, as well as implementation procedures for data base management. Data base documentation will include the exact n ame of each datum, a discussion of its .-meani ng where necessary ,to . be absolutely clear , its sour ce location , the frequency with which it is repor ted , t he range and kind of values associated wi th it , the meaning of the codes , and the medium, place and identity of its s torage . This process s hou ld be automated with a minimum of human interfacing wherever pos sible . The problem of �- 6 - i l I I Ii data compatibility is greatly increased by multi-source reporting. t Differences in coding and classification schemes, data names, area definition, reporting dates and period covered will have to be reconciled. A data access control plan must be developed for the system, governing- the release of data in terms of what, who, when and how. Certai-n data will be considered mandatory, some will be recorrmended, and some optional by Federal agencies. Geocoding of the data base is also required. The data system should be open-ended to allow data sharing. Proposals should reflect an interest to employ conventional models of hardware and peripherals which have o;ccapacity appropriate for the system or subsystem. This is necessary if the project· is to be transferable to other cities. This approach permits the conceptualization of incremental development of the information system. At the least sophisticated level are automatic data processing techniques conventionally employed in the administr a tive a f f a irs of the municipality. These include pe..--sonne l, finance and property accounting, . billing and disbursing, registering and licensing, and other routine tasks. The requirement for software is generally limited to data and files management, cross-tabula tion and report genera t i on. The computer proces sing mode conventiona lly emp loyed is batch- proces s ing. A second level of sophistica tion are hardwar e and software in support of the control of operation of a municip ality . These i nc lude scheduling, dispatching , alloc a t i on and moni tering, e.g ., t raffic control , and emergency vehic le di s pa tching. Emphasis here is on a rapid response capability , and therefore, the on-line, real time mode is more generally appropriate. A third level of s ophistication is in terms of the hardware, software and files required for planning support. Here, both batch processing l j, I'. �- 7 and on~line, real time modes are important. 0 Generalized software conventionally required includes PERT and/or CPM for planning and s..cheduling, simulation and statistinal analysis programs. Tharemaining level of sophistication is at the policy- making I and management level. Here the requirement at its fullest development - -is- fo.r exception-reporting techniques, a planning-programming-budgeting system, automated alerting systems, on-line cross-tabulation and report generation and the cathode ray tube and teletypewriter for on-line displays. Detailed analysis of current municipal operations is required to determine their relationship to the goals of the system. Existing procedures, forms, records, and reports must be evaluated in terms of the. basic functions performed by the city. Points of information generation, processing, and utilization and the extent of this information must also be identified. Decision-flow analys~s are also nec~ssary. Bel.ow is a check list of specific capabilities the data processing system should have: --Capabilities to accept and output data in a variety of forms. --Capabilities to handle large volumes of data. - -Capabilities to operate on individual values in a data set. - -Capabilities to manipulate and a lter data set structure. --Capabilities for report production and gr aphic displ ay. --Capabili ties for f act retrieval and ana lysis. --Capabi lities for data base r efer ence s ervi ce and documentation. --Capabilities for pr oces s management. The deve lopment o f an i mplement ati on p l an mus t be effected in coordination with all participating agencies . necessary to implement the sys tem. The plan should outline the steps It should include: ,1 II 1i . 'I �,; •' - 8 - I\,, --Hardware and software considerations, i. e., detail the hardware installations and system progranmtlng. -Facility requirements. -Procedures necessary to integrate the system into operations. -Discussion of user needs and how the system will meet them. -Discussion of subsystem development and strategy. --0-efinition of external agency relations. --Automatic data processing p0licies. -A central index of information that presently exists in the municipality. HUD will require that the proposals be submitted prior to 3:00 P.M. (EDT) o·c tober 31, 1969. Format for submission will be Part I, Technical and Administrative Data, and Part II, Financial Data. Standardized terms and conditions for federal grant programs will apply to the contract. Proposals will be evaluated by HUD and results of the competition should be known during December, 1969. Factors in Selection The selection of participants in this program will be determined by the extent to which each of the items listed below is satisfied in the proposals of respondents. These items are sunmarized from indicated loca- tions elsewhere in this statement of work. they appear, and not in order of importance. 1. Objectives of the Project. 2. Sel~ction of project. 3. Emphasis on Fundamental Analysis. 4. Emphasis on operationally based. s·. Emphasis on municipal orientation. They are listed in the order lj ! \ ·( �t 1' l - 9 - i 6. Emphasis on automation. 7 •. Emphasis on providing environmental and governmental feedback. ff •. Emphasis on research and development. 9-.. The type of project. If an information subsystem, the munkipal functions which will be grouped together and served by the subsystem s.hould. be listed and discussed. If an integrated municipal infor- mation system, the functions grouped together in each subsystem should be listed according to subsystem. Full justification should be set· forth for departures from the classification of functions ur. the statement of work. 10·•. P.opulation of the municipality. Departures from the expressed rnle. must be justified. 11. Assurance of sufficient level of investment to promise completion 01:· project within. the allowed . time. ll. Current existing level of investment in municipal information systems. 13. Relationship of the proposal to existing information system development in the municipality. 14. Formation of Consortium and identification of members. 15. Definition of roles of members of the consortium. 16. Range of talents made available by the consortium. 17. Evidence of cooperation. 18. Resource conmitment. 19. Letters of intent. 20. Long-range commitment. 21. Plans for extra-consortium participants. 22.. Willingness to participate on Inter-Consortium Panel. 2J·. Concept of Data Acquisition. ,, 1l;> I' i; !I 11 · IiI I: i' �- 10 - } 24. Concept- of Data Base Management. 25. Concept of Data Base Documentation. 26:. . Concept of Data Compatibility. U. . Concept . oLData Access Control. 2lr. . Concept- of Data Standardization. - 29. s·tatement of willingness to comply USAC standardized, data lists. .. I I 1.0:. . Geocoding. 31. Concept of system expansion. 32. Concept of ·documentation. 33:. . Concept of _Transferability--hardware. 3:4-. . Concept of Transferability--software. 35~. . Concept .of _Transferability--System design. 3b~ . Concept of . Transferability--Documentation. 3]. Concept of internal monitoring and evaluation. 38 . Statement of willingness to plan a pro gr um of briefings and demonstrations. 39. Concept of Research Program. 40. If the comprehensive integrated municipal information system (IMIS) option is exercised: 41. Concept of IMIS. If the municipal information subsystem (MIS) option is exercised: Concept of MIS. 42. Proposal of special area of research. 43. Concept of system perspectives. 44. Definition of effort and mix of resources al located by tasks. 45. Specification of task time-phasing. 46. Agreement to perform tasks. 47·. Agreement to use conventional, non-machine language in progranming. �- 11 - lj I I 48. C Agreement to use conventional, easily transferable programming ,, language(s). 4-9~. Agreement to place all software and related documentation developed in this project in the public domain. 50~ . Agreement to the principle of program modularity. 51:• . Agreement to project orientation. 52·. D"escription of organizational arrangements. 5.3. Dissemination plans. 5~. Continuation plans. 55~ . Existing long-range information system development plan. Sb~. Relate the proposal to the long-range plan. ST• . Iaentification of probable other resource support for plan. SB: Agreement to maintain a project journal for case study. 5.9.. . Agreement to use systems approach. 60. Concept of specifications and characteristics. �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 16

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  • Text: July 28 , 1969 MEMORANDUM To: Charles L . Davis From : George Berry ~ Subject: Urban C orps I met with Sam Willi ms and Inmond Deen of the Urban Corps this morning to !review their financial status . It appears that we are pretty well on budget for the time being. This, however, depends upon the success we have in billing the colleges and univer ities for their participation under the College Work Study Program. As of yet, we have not submitted our first bills to them but a I understand it, they are on your desk for signature as of now. W should know within the next two weeks if w re operating ~ithin the budget that was approved on June 19, 1969. One of the item discussed was the propo ed $9, 000 contribution that was to be contributed by Atlanta University from the proceed of the city gr nt to th m. I dvised Sam that 1 would talk with you concerning this and if it wa your de ire, I would follow up nd see what could be don to consummat thi tr n ction. GB:j �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 17

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  • Text: ATLANTA VRBAN CORPS 30 COURTL AN D ST ~ E. / PHONE [404] 524-8091 / ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303 July 18, 1969 Mr. George Berry Office of the Mayor City of Atlanta . City Hall 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dear George : 1O Enclosed are accumulative bills from the Mentally Re~_a_rded Chi ~ens 9-:- _ _ Camp totalling $116.79 which I approved i n advance, -rr-l ,.lv\,4.l. (;IN'\~ Also enclosed are donations to aover this amount. Would you please route this through proper chanels to see that the bill i s paid. Sincerely, ~ ILLIAMS Director SAW : sz Enclosures ( 3) 1. 2. 3. Two bills from Stone Mountain Memorial Associat i on Two checks (1@$50; 1@$10 ) $56. 80 - cash �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 20

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  • Text: July 18, 1969 Mr. Charles L . Davis Director Department of Finance Dear Charles: I am submitting fully executed copies with 15 colleges and universities providing for their financial commitxnent to the Atlanta Urban Corps Project under the College Work Study Program : Brandei University Brown University DeKalb College Emory University Clark College Georgia College Georgia State College Georgia Institute of Technology Lake Fore t Colleg Morehou College Mord Brown College Spelman College V ear College Yeshiva University The Univer ity of the South Pl a . file nd index th e contract a the offici l City copy. Very truly your&. G org Berry QB:J Enclosur �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 23

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 TO: George Berry FROM: Linda Anderson SUBJECT: Urban Corps W Attached are four checks (each in the amount of $250000) in payment of the first installment due under the agreements with Carl Wiecke, Patrick Ntukogu, Roger Whedon and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Roger Rupnow) for services as educational advisors. LA:s Attachments �
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  • Text: ATLANTA URBAN CORPS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE To: Sam Williams, Director, Atlanta Urb an Corps From: Inmond L. Deen, Dir e ctor of Finance, Atlanta Urban Corps Re: Initial R epo rt on the D epartment of Finance Date: July 2, 1969 �I. The payroll sche dule for e mployees of the A t l a nta Urba n Corps is s e t forth in a memorandu m (labele d Appe nd age 11 A 1 :) w hich h a s b een distribute d to a ll interns. Individuals. who agreed to w ork as volunte ers and who ar e to receive $200. 00 as compens a tion for their serv ices w ill be p a id $ 100 . 00 on July 16, 1969, -~ and $100.00 on August 27, 1969. It is felt that this method w ill serve to e ncourag e the v olunte e r in tha t it p e rmits him to receive some mone tary rew a rd for his se r vices p r ior to the conclusion of the sum mer prog ram. It furth e r has the effe ct o f providing protection to the Urb a n Corps in t he eve nt that the voluntee r r e sig ns prior to the con clusion of the summe r program. Payme nt at the b e g inning of the progr a m would l eave the Urban Corps w ithout prote ction fro m financial loss should the v olunte er r e sign. P a yment a t the conclusion of t h e prog ram could conc e iv ab ly, w hile affording p r ote ction to the U r b an C or p s , imp o s e a bur d en o n the v oluntee r and w ould not conta in the incent i ve fa ctor inhe r e nt in the split payme n t m e thod. II. I n o r d er to c omply with g u id e line s s et fo r th b y the D e p a r t m ent o f H ealth, Educ a tion, a nd Wel fa r e , C o lle g e Wo r k-Study Pr o g ram D ivi sion , the follow i ng proc edur e h a s b een ina u g u r a te d: A. A c ertifi e d statement ( l a b e l e d App e n da ge 11 B 11 ) w ill b e maile d to eac h p ar ticip a ting c ollege or u n iversity h a v i ng College W o rk - S tudy Progr a m stud e nt s e mpl oy e d b y the A tla nt a U r b a n Corp s. The s t a t ement w i ll inclu d e i nfor m a tion re l a t ing to each stu dent as f ollows : 1. N a me . 2. W ag e r a te. 3. Tota l n u m b er of c omp e n sable h o u rs worke d d u r i n g the i mme d i a t e l y p rec e ding pay pe rio d . 4. G r o ss pay re c e ive d f or t h e i mme d iat e ly prec e ding p a y p e ri o d, and 5. G r o ss p a y r e c e iv e d t o d ate . B. Tim e c ar d s ( l a b e l e d A p p e ndage 11 C1 1 ) signed by eac h stude n t a nd his imme dia t e s u p e rvis o r c ertifyi n g t h a t a p a r t icul ar num be r of hour s w ere w o r k e d by the s tude nt w i ll b e mail e d t o the s tud e nt 1 s c olleg e o r u n ivers ity in i n s t a nc es w h ere the stud e nt i s enr olle d i n the C o ll ege W o rk - S tud y P r o gram . C. E a ch e mployee is r e q u ir e d to pick up in p ers on his p a yche c k or to g ive wr itte n a uthor i z a t ion t o the i n dividu a l w ho w ill pick u p the c h eck. In the f orme r s i t u ation t h e indi v idua l i s :i.·equire d to g ive writt e n cer tific a ti on of r eceipt. In the l a tter s itua tion t he a uth or i ze d indivi dua l is r e quired to c e rtify re c eipt �Page 2 July 2, 1969 of all pay checks received. (See Appendages II D" and II E".) III· A bookkeeping system has been designed and is tentatively scheduled to become operative on July 10, 1969 . The system will consist of the main-·~ tenance of the following Journals and Ledgers: A. General Journal- -posted daily Monday through Friday prior to 9: 15 a. m. listing all monies received and all liabilities incurred the pr e ceding day. B. Cash Rec e ipts and Disbursements Ledger--posted twice weekly recording the flow of capital. c. General Ledg er- -posted twice weekly containing separate a ccounts for: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Office e quipment, Office supplies, Paym e nt rec e ived from age ncies as contract e d for, Payme nt received from e duc a tional institutions as contr a ct e d for, Payme nt rec e iv e d in the form of grants and donations f r om fou n dations, P a yme nt rec e i ve d in the fo r m of grant s a nd don a tions fro m the private business sector, Utilit i e s, and All oth e r nece s s a ry accounts. D. Indiv idua l E ar nin g s R e cords -- p o st e d bi - w eekly. E. Petty C as h Re co r ds -- m a int a ined by Sam Williams. I n mon d L . D ee n, Jr. D irect or of Finance A t l anta U r ban Corps �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 29

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  • Text: ATLANTA URBAN CORPS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE To: Sam Williams, Director, Atlanta Urban Corps From: Inmond L o De e n, J r., Dir e ctor of Finance, A tla nta Urban Corps Re: D e p artme ntal R e port Date: July 16, 1969 �I. After repeate d e fforts to r es olve the u n usually p e rple x ing s ituation surrounding comp e n s ation for VISTA volunte ers a ssi g n e d throu gh the Sout h e rn R e gional Education Bo a rd to the City of Atlanta , Atlanta Urban Corps, little has been accomplished. R e sponsibilities, ho weve r, have been d e fin e d, to wit: A. VISTA voluntee rs will r e c e ive bi- wee kly supple m e nts from the City of Atla nta , Atlanta Urba n Corp s in amount s d e t e rminable by multiplying the tota l numb e r of comp e nsable hours w orked by each intern durin g the pre ceding p a y p e riod by either . 07, • 47, or . 77, dep e nding upon the individua ls e duc a tiona l level. B. Volt Technic a l Corpor a tion, a sub s idiary of Volt Information Scie nces, Inc., 795 P ea chtre e Str e e t , N. E., Suite 63 0, Atlanta, G e or g i a , a priva te co r por a tion unde r contract w ith VISTA to p r ovide admini s trative and lo g i stic a l fina ncial s upport, will disp e r s e on a wee kly b as is the VISTA sha re of VISTA volunteers pay. C. The City of A tla nta, A tla nta Urba n Corps supple ment plus the VISTA s h are w ill clo se l y a pp r o x i ma t e tha t r e c e i ve d b y a ll other i nter n s o f a co m p a r a ble e ducatio na l l e v e l. D. C aro l Lim , Volt T e chnic a l Co rp o ra tion, phone 8 76-635 4 , has b een des i gnated as t h e represent a t ive o f h er c omp a n y to h a ndle i n qui r i e s fr o m VISTA Volun t eers ass i gn ed t o t he U r b a n Corps regardi ng c omp ensatio n fr o m VIST A. II. T he pr o cedu re outline d in se c t ion II of thi s D epar t ment ' s i niti a l re po r t , da ted July 2 , 1969, regarding Co llege-W o rk Study Program g u idelines is pr o v ing sati s facto r y. III . The book keeping system outlined in Sectio n III of this Depa rtment 1 s initi a l repo rt is now in o peration and is relative l y efficient. I mprovement is neede d in this area. As a bare minimum the following is necessary: A. B. Working space (availab l e for payroll auditors ) Freedom from unnecessary interruptions and confusion �IV. Mr. W. Walton Clarke, First National Bank of Atlanta, was talked with on July 10, 1969 . He agreed on behalf of the First National Bank to donate One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) to the City of Atlanta, Atlanta Urban Corps. Mr. Charles S. Marvin, A. T. &T. , was talked with on July 9, 1969. Mr. Marvin indicated an interest on the part of A. T. &T. to make a donation to the Urban Corps. He suggested that I call his immediate supervisor, Mr. Tom Koneig, on July 14, 1969, and arrange a conference. Mr. Koneig was ill. However, his secretary set up a conference for July 22, 1969 at 10:00 A. M. Mr. Plemon Whatley (Junior at Harvard) , employed by A. T. &T. and assig ned to E. O.A., w a s talked with on or about July 1, 1969, and has reported to Mr. Marvin that he feels the Urban Corps is deserving of a donation. A. T. &T. 1 s office s in Atlanta are located at Room 1831, The Hartford Building. In gene ral, Fina nce ha s b ee n pla g u ed by s e n se l es s mista k e s, inade qua te secretaria l sup p o r t, a n d t r oubleso me i nefficiency. At this time the addition of Dianne W il s on to thi s D e partme nt in a so m ew h at e lus ive po s ition i s not, i n my o pinion, justi fiable e ither in cost to the Urba n C o rps o r in inc rease d effi ciency. T h e a bove m e ntione d rec o mmenda t ion, if follo w e d, w ill pro v ide the n e ede d spac e m e ntio ne d i n Se cti o n III, A g abo v e and will e lim i n a t e the n ee d for clos e s u pervi s ion a nd w ill, t o s o me e x t ent, prov i de relief f r om u n n ece s s a r y c o nfu s ion and i neffic iency. �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 30

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  • Text: ATLANTA URBAN CORPS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE To: Sam Williams, Director, Atlanta Urban Corps From: Inmond Lo Deen, Jr., Director of Finance, Atlanta Urban Corps R e: D e partm e ntal Report D ate: Aug ust 1, 1969 �L Payroll The payroll system is functioning satisfactorily. ment: Two areas n ee d improve- A. At present, billing colleges requires a manual transferance of information from computer print outs which are grouped according to w ork location, typing of the bill, a nd checking of the fig ures. The city gave the option of having the print outs group e d e ither by work location or school. Someone chose to h ave the interns gr ouped by w ork loc ation. This is of little value to my D epartment as agency (work location= agencies) financial ar rangements are handled by contract. If the problem of s eparating CWSP interns and non-CWSP interns c an be overcome (if the city c a n be sold on the idea) the compute r print o uts could be c er tifie d a nd mailed to the colleges. This would e liminate three steps and at the same time reduce the probability of errors. This system w ould, however, involve the inconvenience of sorting pay che cks and g rouping the m by City D e partme nt a nd agency. · L es s time and effort are required to sort p a y checks than to manually tr ans fer the r e quir e d inform ation. In my e stimation, this should b e done if the city and the Urban Corps m aintain the ir pres e nt re l a tionship. B. The procedure outlined i n se c t ion II, C, of my report d a t e d July 2, 196 9 i s one rous a nd burde nsome. The i nter ns, justifiably, do not lik e it. I fe e l HEW should be made aware of the unpala t ab l e nature of the guide line necessitating this procedure and a r equ est for r e lief made. I int e nd to act a ccordingly. We were f o r tuna t e on the July 3 0 , 1969 di sbursement date . O n ly one problem of any significance arose: a s t aff member told Andr ea Frye , a v olunteer , s h e would rec eive $10 0 on July 3 0 . The 11 culprit1 1 had not the author ity to make the decision. None theless, we will p a y her and Young Hugh ley a t their convenience after 12: 00 o ' clock noon 8 /1/ 69. II. C allege Billing The college billing s ystem w ill w o rk adequat ely. Colleges will be billed (bills mailed} toda y fo r amounts owed as of July 2, 1969 . The y will be billed Augus t 5, 1969, for amounts owe d as of July 3 0, 1969. The August 13th, and August 27th, billings will be no problem. The S eptemb er 10th billing should not b e a probl em but the m e chanics h ave not been worked o ut. �2 III. Agency Payments Non-profit agencies in which A UC interns are placed have contractually ag reed to employ the student and to p ay a part of the student's salary ranging from 100% to 00% . On Wednesday, A ugust 6, 1969, prompting of agencies w ho have not fulfilled th e ir contractual oblig a tions will be comme nced. IV. A. Contracts A gency Contracts EOA wa s delaye d in executing our contract due to the change of directorship. The contract has been delivered to George Berry for execution by the city. We still do not have a contr a ct w ith SREB for the Fulton C aunty He.a lth Dep ar tm ent. This involves 21 interns. Since SREB has given us $ 7, 000. 00 and w ill g ive us $13, 000. 00 within two weeks {according to Bill Ramsay) I consid er that org anization reputable. · The d e cision was made to contract with the Academy Theater as a non-city agency even though the funds a ctually come from the City (Atlant a Board of Education). Miss Nanc y Hag ar was talked with and agreed to this arrangement on July 15, 1969. A l etter co nfirming the earlier verbal agreement and a written contract were mail ed to Miss Hagar July 16, 1969. The contr act has not of this date been returned to this office. The Atlanta Youth Council is for our purposes a non-city agency. contract has b ee n exe cuted. B. The C ollege Contracts When the college contracts were exe cuted, both copi e s of the West G eorg i a contract were returned to the college. Mr. Paul M. Smith, .Jr . , Dir ect or of Financial A id, stated by telephone on 8 / 1/ 69 that he would on that date mail one copy to me. When it is received, Mr. Charles Davis, Dir e ctor of Financ e, City of Atlanta, will certify the West Georgia bill. C. Educational Advisor Con tracts Con tracts have been entered into between the City of Atlanta, Atlanta Urban Corps, and Carl Wieck, Patrick Ntokogu, Roger Whedon, Barbara Rudisill, and the Georg i a Institute of Technology--Roger Rupnow, �3 the said individuals to act as Educational Advisors to the 1969 Urban Corps Project. Duties to b e p e rform e d shall include but not be limited to job visit ation with the interns arid agency supe rvisors, planning and conducting education seminars for small groups, as well as all interns, working in coordin ati on with our field evaluation staff to insure job relevancy and educ a tional sign ificance of the program for each intern, as sis ting the intern in his articulation of his experience and other couns eling and advis ory duties connected with the program. For the services outlined above, each Educational Advisor shall be compensated in the amount of One Thousand Dollars. D. Urban Corps - Library Theatre Contr a ct A contract b e tw ee n the City of Atlant a , Atlanta Urban Corps, and Arthur Pellman has been drawn, approved, and is in the process of ex e cution. The contract provides in essence that Arthur Pellman is to serve as Director of the Urban Co rps-Library Theatre for a period of not l ess than ten weeks a nd that he will be compensated in the amount of One Thous an d Dollars. V. Staff Steve M wamba is p erfo rming a task that is in my estimation tedious and demanding. He has and is continuing to keep errors at a minimum. M a c Rabb is now workin g in my office and is p er forming at a l eve l that is above what can ordin ar ily b e expe ct e d or d emanded of an individ ual. P a tty H arwe ll is d oing an e x c ellent job in providing secretarial supp ort. She i s diligent, unusually efficie nt, and in every resp e ct a pleasure to work with. �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 8

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  • Text: .., ..... . . ·: . ' · 'I . ! .., _, ·, "\ Resume THORBURN REID 3429 3L1th Pl ace, N. ~l. Washington, D.C. 20016 Home: 0-ff ice: 363-8554 (202) Project Earning Pov/er 1826 Jefferson Pl~ ce, N.H. Washington( D.C. 20036 296-'-¼4 33 SUMMARY 202) Ski 11 s Program analysis, evaluation and development ~·
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 9

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  • Text: RES U/vl,E fVr,i.u!l-t /r?-~ > -11- -·-·--R-o-..Ju ROl"-J ALD J. KALIL 1ke, HO/v\ E ADD RESS TEMPOP-ARY ADDfz F.SS (un t i I Jun e 1969) 314 C:Pti~s t/n Coll ege Ave nu e . Colun~ 163 Kohanza Sf-reet Ar+ t, Jll/4.Jct- Danbury, Connecl-i cut ssouri 65201 Phone: 203-74 8-6134 Phone: 31 4- 44 9-4556 VOCATlOt'-IA L GOAL To engage in any or all aspe cts of community deve lopm ent: training 1 promotion, programming , marke ting, evaluation, and consulting. · PERSOl"-lAL Born: April 4, 1942 Heallh: Exc e llent Danbury, Conn eclicut Height: 5 1 8 11 Marital Status : Sin9le Weight: 155 pounds EDUCATION M.S. : Co mmunity Developme nl·, Univ ersity of Mi ss ouri 1 June 1969 B. B.A.: Account-ing, Unive rsity of Connecticu t , June ·,1964 EXPERIENCE September 1968 to Pres ent: Graduate Research Assistant An eight month ass istan tship !-o work on community deve lopm ent research proi ccts in mid - Mi ssouri . September 1967 to Present: Graduate S!ude nt I am working toward on M . S. deg ree in Co mm unity Devel opme nt. It wil I be comp le ted in Jun e 1969. \. �Jun e 1967 f·o September 1967 : VISTA Asso cial·cs Progrom Mcm oger A lempor_cry job lo acl- as I ia iso n be twe e n VISTA cenl-rcd offic e in Wmh ingf·on , D. C. ancJ VISTA volunl ec rs in !h e fi e ld . It was my job to se le ct eighty applicants, ass isf· in irnining them , fincling pl accrn e: nls for i·he rn , and representing 1·hcs e summer volunle:crs in J·he field. Nov ember 1966 to Jun e 1967: Peace Corps Recruiter I was employ ed by Pe ace Corps as a cam pus recruit e r at coll eges and univ e rsiJ-i es in th e southern and soulhwesl e rn regions of !h e United States. August 1964 lo Augusf· 1966: Peace Corps Volunf·ee r I . . ' l I worked in a communily developmenl proj ec t at the village leve l in rural Norlh eas f· Brazil • ' FORE!Gl'-J LANGUAGE S Portugu ese , Sponish, and Arabic · TRAVEl~ Brazil, Paragu ay , Argentina, Uraguay , Chile, Bolivia, Pe ru, Ecuador, Venez uela, Dominican Republic, " and Mexico. REF ERE l~ C ES Dr.LceJ.Cary Dep l. of Regional and Commun Hy Affairs Profession al Building Universily of /\l1issouri Columbia, Missouri 65201 Chairm on of Department and Professor Joseph Higdon Trans Century Corporation 1520 Seventh Street, N. W. Washington, D . C . 20001 Program Adm in isf-rator Roger Bouteiller 127 Westville Avenue Ext. Businessman Danbury, Connecticut 06810 Laurie Grae ff 2600 East Ward Te rrace #10 Anaheim, California Social Worker .,, �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 15

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  • Text: .... ATLANTA URBAN CORfi; GENERAL FUND A CCOUNT BA LANCE SHEET August 14, 1969 Account Number Title G-25 - 62 Partitions 646 .00 646 . 00 o· G-25 - 500U Mileage 500.00 2 81. 70 218. 30 , G-25-62 -8301/ Salaries Appropriation '1 ·'1.l Encumbaera nces 110. 19s. oo ~ Expenditures 88, 212 . O&. Balance J\ .~, ,8 2 , 44 7. 3 9 .1 1.;. ~ s~ ' \ I G -2 5 -62-714b v Telephone 600.00 298. 75 301. 25~ G-25-62-7600 V Postage 150. 00 150. 00 0 G -25-62-7610 lJ Printing and Reproduction 500.00 . 62.24 902 . 23 (464, 47) "1 " • J \ G-25-62 -7700( L Office Supplies 1, 000. 00 171. 80 450 . 43 378.49 ) · r G-25-62-SlOQ ~ Renta ls , 400.00 210. 00 90. 00 100. 00 .:- ·10. ,.> �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 24

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT OF LAW 2614 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 HENRY CITY ROBERT S. WIGGINS MARTIN McFARLAt,ID EDWIN L. STERNE RALPH C . JENKINS JOHN E. DOUGHERTY CHARLES M. LOKEY THOMAS F. CHOYCE JAMES 8. PILCHER L. BOWDEN ATTORNEY FERRIN Y. MATHEWS ASSOCIATE CITY ATTORNEYS ASSISTANT Cl TY ATTORNEY July 24, 1969 HORACE T. WARD DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY ROBERT A. HARRIS HENRY M.MURF F CLAIMS ATTORNEYS Mr. George J. Berry Administrative Coordinator City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 JAMES 8 . HENDERSON SPEC IAL ASSOCIATE Cl TY ATTORNEY Dear Mr. Berry: I am herewith returning the following contracts which have been approved as to form: 1. Twenty-five (25) contracts between the Atlanta Urban Corps and non-city agencies. 2. Five (5) contracts between the Atlanta Unban Corps and specific colleges and universities. With best regards, I am H'IW/ cj Enclosures �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 25

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  • Text: CITY OF DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 501 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 July 28, 1969 CHARLES L . DAVIS DIRECTOR OF FINANCE W. RO Y SM I TH D E PUTY DIREC T OR O F FINANCE EDGAR A . VAUGHN, JR. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANC E JAMES R . FOUNTA I N , JR . D EP UTY DIRECTO R OF F INANCE Memorandum To: George Berr y Fr om: Linda Anderson Subject : Atlant a Ch ildren and Youth Services Council Account s Receivable f r om At l anta Urban Cor ps Thanks f or the t hree miscel l aneous requisitions which you f orwarded to me on July 17, 1969, as follows : (1) (2 ) (3 ) MR #16 - ne t s alaries MR #15 - office supp lies MR #14 - postage $1,315 . 11 33.86 20 . 00 I am sending MR #16 t o account s payable f or proces sing, howev er, I am holding MR #14 and MR #15 for further v erification. The report furnished to me by Mike Aarons of our Audit Staff indicated an account receivab l e for offi ce supplies of $35. 00 . By copy of this memo, I am requesting Mike to veri fy the amount f or me. The charge for postage would have arisen from use of t he Youth Council's postage machine . By copy of this memo, I am requesting Martin Burke to check t heir postage log and advise if the amount is correct. (This figure would not have been picked up on Mike's audit a s his records would indicate total expenditures from po stage rather than any usage allocation). cc : Martin Burke, Youth Council Mike Aarons, Audit Division �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 31

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  • Text: July 18, 1969 Miss Elayne Landis A sociate Director Metropolitan Regional Council 155 East 71st Street New :York, New York l00lZ I: ( Dear Elayne: I am leaving Atlanta the fir t week of September for Harvard Busine s School and wen ed a Director . I ' ve b en talking to Mike Goldst in about possible director and h uggested you. I did c asually mention at the recent Urban Corps Conference that we're looking, but I'd like to make it more definite . very w 11 . We h ve , . A you know, Atlanta Urban Corps 1 progr s ing , -~ . . ~ cooperative resource from area college , busin s donors, city government nd private agencl s . I h ve no doubt about expan ion pos ibiliti s- · only through planning . City government is co- pon oring an Urban Life Center with Georgia St t College through a pecial grant fro m Housing and Urban D velopm~nt. It is a "kind of" university relations office with promising opportunity. The M yor' assistant aay th t if a decision. w m de to hire a per on of your caliber that you could po eibly be a profe or in the Urban Life Center a• well as direct the Urban Corps . If you ar int rested, could you please about arranging vi it? ILLIAMS Director s7:d1 Vc"c: M yor's Office • D n Swe t nd me resume and call me �
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 34

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  • Text: rliE ,\TL.-\\T.\ C0\ :'- TIT1 'T :L1 .' i, :c;;,i, r ,) J)' , 00,·, 3fl, l'Jt_;;; '· Atlanta city g0\·ernmcnt ho!)C3 to have an Urban Corps of up to 100 colle ge interns working for and with it by the spring semester. Dan Sweat, governmental liaison director at City Hall , said Friday that the city is seeking to employ 100 under the federal College Work · Sl11dy Program, and already is negotiating ivilh college offici,ds. Sam Williams, president of the Georgia Tech student body last year , brou ght the attention of Sweat and Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. to the success of the New York intern program last spring. Williams and other college leaders have follo wed up this fall. The delav was due to the time needed to begin and carry out the city's massive summer program, Sweat explained. Sweat met with the stud ents last Monday and has another session set for next Thursd ay . The studen ts have been asked to select a spokesm;:in. who w:11 be sent to New York to can,cr with the director of the program there, Michael Gildstein . The Ford Found ation gave New York funds to provide free technical assistance to other cities interested m establishing an Urban Corps. Sweat said that the City Personnel departm ent has established two class ificat:ons for the college interns. J oh n C9x. executive director of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Commission also has cooperated. Sweat hopes that the colle ge students ca n provide ge nera l administration and supervision for the program. The program will hit its peak dur ing the summer ' Frank ?\kGaughey and Eugene l\fcLemore last su mmer rein,:{ force d the intent of tr.e city ~·to establish a large r progra m. \ " We must use the talents of the young men and wom en," Sweat sa id . "We've four.d they can carry a larger role than we norm ally would think. We must use their creati ve abilities in our government." ,-., .~-"-<;/ I . ·q:· .. .·. . ·. ··-. . . . . ,;;:;!;~}-~ . ~ I 1 l ,. PLANS FOR SPRING Dan Sweat months Swea t said, but could have about 50 working for the city in all departments during the spring months. Ne w York City has about 3,000 in its prog~m. . Georgi a Tech student., -spearheaded the drive to establish an Urban · Corps here , Swea t said, and Emory University and the Atl anta Univers ity Center have also been interested. In fact, Swe at added , he hopes all 3
  • Tags: Box 9, Box 9 Folder 4, Folder topic: Urban Corps | 1969
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Box 9, Folder 4, Document 36

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  • Item Type: Text
  • Title: Box 9, Folder 4, Document 36
  • Text: PRIORITY IN PLACEMENT FOR INTERNS Nar APPROVED FOR CWSP 1. Genuine interst in educational concept of URBAN CORPS experience. ~- Educational and job experience that is relevant to job opening applied for. 3. Financial Need 4. Atlanta resident - enrolled in Atlanta college 5. Atlanta resident - enrolled in non-Atlanta college 6. Non-Atlanta resident - enrolled in non-Atlanta college May 5, 1969 PLACEMENT SUB-COMMITTEE Linda Bullock Education Dianne Wilson Soc i al Services & Humani t i es Marc Dash Science & Technol ogy Dave Whelan Admi ni stration . Management & Law Sub-committee will separate j ob slots and student applications into above four categories and make placement subject to veto by Personnel Committee �
  • Tags: Box 9, Box 9 Folder 4, Folder topic: Urban Corps | 1969
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: December 29, 2017