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PUBLIC SERVICE UNIT
COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION - 72
Mr. Walter M. Mitchell
Division Chairman
�~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - , Mrs . Pa--ne , Secy
- 261-6700
PUBLIC SERVICE UNTI - 70
Mr. R. G. Murphy
- Unit Chairman
Vrr . E. William Bohn - Vice Cha i r:nan
~ex Broad casting Corp.
1601 W. Peachtree St. N~W .



'el. 892-3l.i 56




Sears, Roebuck & Co .
3060 Feacr,tr~ e Re' . N. ';J .
At l anta, Ga . 30305
Te l. 261- 6700
Ext. 321
.I
Division - 71
Ci t· Governme nt
Mr. E. C. Walker
Retired,. Sears
978 Winall Down Rd. , NE
AtlRnta, Ga. 30319
Division - 72
County Government
Mr . Walter M. Mitchell
Cha i rman
Board of Fulton County
Commissioners
165 Central Ave. S. W.
Division - 73
Federal Government
Col. Dea n Van Lydergraf
Commanding Officer
Atlanta Army Depot
Forest Park, Ga 30050
Tel. 363-5201
Divi si on - 7L
Hospitals
Mr. Robert W. Biccum
General Attorney
Retail Crenit
P . 0, Box Lo81
6100 Peachtree St ., N.W.
rPe l: 237-2943
Tel.
MT . R. L. Lancast er
Tel: 875-8321
') i.vision Chairman
Division Chai rman

- - - - ----
572-2791
Co-Div Chai rman- 363-5621
Division Chairman
Division - 75
Schools & College s
Mr. Albert Griffin, Jr.
Second Vice Pre sident
Tllst Co. of Ga.
M3.in Office, P. 0, Box 441E
Division - 76
Socia l Agenc i es
Mr . W. K. Mat tison
Retired, Sears
210 West Pace's Ferry Rd.
N. W., Atlanta , Ga. 30305
Tel. 588-7129
Tel: 237-273 5
Di vis ion Chairman
Division Chairman
_____________
Division Chai rman
.,_
l
Di v ision - 77
State Government
Lester G. Madcl ox
Governor
Sta te Capitol
Atlanta , Ga . 30303
Tel · 721- 1776
Wm . H. Burson , Direc~or
State Farnil~' &. C;-,ilr: ren Service
118 Capi tol Square,
Tel: 522-87 10
Divi sion Chairma.n
EYt . 73
�lJNITED APPEAL, COMMUNITY CHEST - RED CROSS
PUBLIC SERVICE UNIT - 70
2 Year Comparison
'I, of
RE C AP - 70
%of
Increase
or
(Decreas r:> )
Amount
Given
AverPer
Capita age
Gift
90 . 5
73,980
10.09
11.14
28. 8
6,566
86.5
83,541
11.00
12.72
12.9
4,985
2, 360
47.3
19,369
3.88
8 .20
( 13 .4)
1969
4,985
2,411
48.3
26,254
5.26
10 .88
35.5
1968
29,032
27,973
96.3
366,147
7.03
10 . 94
9.6
1969
28, 799
27, 313
94.8
338, 221
11.74
12·;38
10.4
1968
8,666
4,750
54. 8
26,020
3.00
5.47
h3 .7
1969
8,956
4, 96!r
55.4
30,474
3. 40
6 .13
17.1
1968
25 , 995
16,723
64.3
226, 566
8.71
13. 54
22 .6
1969
26,450
16,177
61.1
234,464
8.86
14.h9
3.4
1968
3,276
2,756
84.1
68,358
20.86
24.80
15.3
1969
3,898
2,749
70. 5
76,082
19.51
':!7.67
11.2
1968
6,014
3,081
51.2
20, 879
3.47
6.77
8.1
1969
6,739
4,203
62.3
':!7,329
4.05
6.74
30.8
1968
85,299
64,562
75.0
741,319
8.69
11.48
14.8
1969
87,715
64,383
73.4
816,365
9.30
12.67
10.1
Year
No. of
Prospects
No. of
Gifts
1968
7,331
6,639
1969
7,591
1968
Camp.
Participation
CITY GOVERNMENT DIVISION - 71
COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION - 72
FEDERAL GOVERNMENr DIVISION - 73
HOSPITAL DIVISION - 74
SCHOOLS
&
COLLEGES DIVISION - 75
SOCIAL AGENCIES DIVISION - 76
STATE GOVERNMENT DIVISION - TI
TOI'AL
�UNITED APPEAL, COMMUNITY CHEST - RED CROSS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION - 72
2 Year Comparison
COUNTY GOVERNMENT - 72
Department No.
&
Chai:nnan
7212111
Fulton Count y (All Depts) Fulton Co .
Court House, 165 Central Ave . , S . W.
Camp.
Year
1968
1969
1 0
7232111
1968
DeKalb County (All Depts) DeKalb Co . Admn
Bldg., Decatur, Ga.
1969
1 0
7242111
1968
Cobb Count y (All Dept s ) Cobb Co . Court
House, Mari etta, Ga.
1969
1970
7252111
1968
Clayton County (All Dept s ) Court House
J onesbor o, Georgia
1969
1970
7262111
1968
Gwinnett County (All Depts. ) Court House
Lawrenceville, Georgia
1969
1970
1968
No. of
Prospects
1, 600
No. of
Gifts
996
1, of
Participation
62.2
Amount
Given
Per
Capita
13,556
8 . 47
Aver.age
Gi ft
13 .61
1, of
Increas e
or
{Decrease}
9.2
(!?, 'J '(J())
1, 600
950
59.3
15, 054
9 .40
15.81
11.0
2,200
975
44 . 3
5, 000
2 . 27
5. 12
( 16.6)
2, 200
1, 025
44 .3
10,000
4. 54
10 . 25
100 . 0
600
325
54 .1
. 53
. 98
600
316
52 .6
1.16
2. 21
119.4
325
36
11.0
1. 20
10 .83
82 .2
325
75
11. 0
390
(r-tj v)
420
1. 29
11. 05
7. 6
260
28
10 .7
104
.40
3.71
260
45
9. 6
80
.30
3 . 20
(23 .() )
(/~; {I-(/())
v3:k)
700
(~~)
(71. 7)
4, 985
2, 3~
47.3
19, 369
3. 88
8 .20
( 13. 4)
4, 985
2,411
48 .3
26, 254
5.26
10.88
35 . 5
T<JrAL
1969
1970
�UNITED APPEAL , COMMUNITY CHEST - RED CROSS
6 Y.RZ\R
COMPARI SON
COUNTY GOVERNMENT - 72
Camp .
Year
No . o f
Pro spects
No . o f
Gift s
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968 ,
1969
1 5 34
1 535
1800
1800
1600
1 600
1235
1535
1648
902
996
950
196 4
196 5
1966
196 7
1 968
1 96 9
1 75 0
1 750
1 000
1400
22 00
2 200
1964
1 965
1966
1 9 67
1968
1969
1 964
1965
1966
1967
1968
196 9
% of
Participation
Amoun t
Given
Per
Capita
80 .5
99 . 9
91 . 6
50 .1
6 2. 2
59 . 3
9 ,402
1 1, 291
1 3 , 665
14, 94 2
1 3 , 556
15 , 05 4
6 . 13
7. 3 5
7 . 59
8 . 30
8 .47
9 .40
800
1025
1000
97 5
97 5 +
1025
45. 7
58 . 5
100 . 0
69.4
44. 3
44. 3
6,14 0
8 , 200
4, 200
6 , 0 00
5, 000
1 0 , 000
3 . 51
4. 68
4. 20
4.27
2. 2 7
4.54
230
230
391
3 91
600
6 00
67
11
216
325
325 +
31 6
29.1
4. 8
55 . 2
8 3. 0
54.1
52 .6
856
215
1,246
1 , 128
319
700
3 . 72
.71
3 . 18
2. 88
.53
1.16
162
162
232
232
325
325
37
21
11
30
36
75
22 . 8
13. 0
4.7
12.9
11. 0
11. O
291
164
121
214
390
4 20
1. 80
1. 0 1
.52
. 92
13 0
90
68
52
25
28
45
69.2
52.3
32 . 5
32.5
10.7
9. 6
F UL'IDN COUNTY
DEKALB COUNTY
COBB COUNTY
CLAY'ION COUNTY
1.;w
1. 29
rui;l;NNETI . CO!,!t!l'X
1964
1965
1 966
1967
1 968
196 9
130
160
160
26 0
260
593
302
104
104
80
4. 56
3 . 18
1.88
. 65
.40
.3 0
17,281
20,234
19,484
22,389
19,369
26,254
4.44
5.31
5.,44
5.61
3 088
5 . 26
414
'IDTALS
1964
1965
1966
1 967
1 968
1969
3894
3806
3583
3987
4985
4985
2229
2659
2927
2 257
2360+
236 6
57.2
69.9
81.6
56 .6
47o3
4 7.4
�UNITED APPtAL, COliMUNITY CHiST - RED CROSS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION
(Date)
DIVISION CHAIRl1AN 1 S REPORT ON SECTION CHAIRMEN ENLISTED:
The following have accepted appointment as Section Chairmen in this. Division in this
year's Campaign. They have been personally interviewed and have agreed to follow
through on the various steps necessary to complete the organization •.
Section Chairmen
B:us. Address
Telephone
Zip Code
Name
Section Number
Name
Section Number
Name


Section Number
Name


Section Number
Name


Section Number
NarrB
Section Number
Nan@
Section Number
Name
Section Number
This report is made by Chairman_________________lli.v.#_ _ _ _ _ __
PLEASE FILL I N AND RETURN TO P. O. BOX 1038, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
KEEP DUPLICATE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS
30301
�UNITED APPML, COMMUNITY CHiST - RED CROSS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION
(Date)
DIVISION CHAIR11AN 1 S REPORT ON SECTION CHAIRMEN ENLISTED:
The following have accepted appointment as Section Chairmen in this Division in this
year's Campaign. They have been personally interviewed and have agreed to follow
through on the various steps necessary to complete the organization •.
Section Chairmen
Bµs. Address
Telephone
Zip Code
Name


Section Number
Name


Section Number
Name
Section Number
Name

~
Sect ion Number
Name
Section Number
NaITB
Section Number
NaITB
Section Number
Name
Sec ti on Number
This report is made by Chairman_________________Div.#_ _ _ _ _ __
PLEASE FILL IN AND RETURN TOP. O. BOX 1038, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
KEEP DUPLICATE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS
30301
�S pt mb r 18. 1969
MEMOR NDUM
r . Johnny J hn o
To.
Fro
D
S 1bj ct:
A· mini ·tr tiv Pl'oo
C'ty.
E . S e t ,. Jr.
u.r
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�.1em..o t
J ohnny Johnsca
P gc 'l'\"o
Sept m.b
r 18. 1969
inclttd
blbhin th.e :,.O 1 Cltie org nlzation unrl r the dmini trati
upe ision of the Stall of the
yor and B o :i- 0£ l rmon in p , ctic
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technic y . T
ill occ
rily inv lv
me cho.n e in your
d y to d y op r tio
s f l' s your l'-el tion hip
ith th s rvice
p tme
of the City. ln dditio~ it ill involv
gl'e ter p rticip tion of the
ayor•a Offic: in th pl n1n· ..
operation of th
od 1 Cities Progr

lll'e
Pr
to
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t ,,you. I
c: ve du.ti e
r.ned
v b d n op o:rtunlty to r
o that
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for

�September 19, 1969
Mr. P . A. Wood
762 Boulevard,. S. E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Dear Mr. Wood:
This ill cknowledge receipt of the copy of your letter
addressed to the Honorable Lester G. M ddox, Governor
of Georgia, in reg rd to the xit signs on 1-20. ~
I a:m sendin your 1 tter to the Model Cities Office, so
th t your tat ment concerning code violations may
receive consideration.
Sine rely yours,
Ivan Allen, Jr.
M yor
lAJr:lp
CC: Mod 1 Citi s Director
�September 3, 1969
r.
att.h e S. Faerber
La Office
112 Bell vue Avenue
Ne ort,, Rhode 1 land 02840
Dear
r. F erber :
Thank you tor your letter of Au
£ sibllity of a 10 cant huttle bu
Atlanta. od l Citiea ar a.
t 30, co cerning t- e
ervice for the
I am for
rding a co y of your lett r to Mr. Johnny
Johnaon,. Direc:tor of our Model Citie · program, o
t your pl-an may b giv n co11 ider tion.
Si
Iv:
U.Jr:lrd
CC:
r. Jo
y .Johaaon
.
rely yours,
All
yor
, Jr.
�LAW OFFICES
MATrHEW J. FAERBER
/\
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112 B ELLEVUE A VENUE
NEWPORT, RHODE ISi-AND 02840
(P, O, BOX 175)
847- 0034
Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta 0 Ga.
847- 1112
August 30 , 1969
RE: Model Cities Program
Dear Mayor Allen:
I am taking the liberty of writing to you at the suggestion of
Gove rnor Bllis Arnall to whom I wrote recerltly in connection
with an item appearing in "Fleet Owner , July , 1969" concerning
the l0cent shuttle bus service for the model cities area .
I am enclosing an e x tra copy of this letter for Mr. Johnny
Johnson , whom I under stand is Director of Atlanta ' s Model
Citie s progr am and I am also sendi ng a copy to Governor Ar nall .
In my Washington office I have the good fortune to represent the
City of San Juan, where last November they elected a very ener getic
y oung l awye r, Car los Romer o Barcelo a s Mayor .
He is 36 year s
o f a g e, a g ra duate o f Yale Univer sit y i n 1953 , and o f the
University of Puer to Ri c o Law School 1956 . He inherited a very
difficult situation with r espect to his Model Cities pr ogr am
which had been commenced under the precee ding administration
wh ich had f a i l ed to take car e of many e ssen t i al i tems . The
p r o gr am was in jepoar dy when Mayor Romer o t ook over but a s of
several weeks ag o , h e was a s sur ed by f o r mer Mayor Hyde o f Fr esno ,
now a t HUD , t h a t the p r o gr am i s go i ng thr o ugh s atisfac tori ly .
Coincidental ly , t h e Federal I mple men t a t i o n Gr a n t f o r Sa n Juan
is $7 . 1 mil lion wh e r eas I n o tic e At l ant a's Mode l Ci t ies Progr a m
is b udg e ted a t $7 . 2 mi l l i on .
The principal reason for th is i nq uir y to you , a nd t hrough you t o
Dir ector Johnny Johnson , i s that San Juan has a ver y difficult
t ran spor t a tion pr oblem and the plan wor ked o ut i n your city with
re s pect t o 1 0 c ent shuttle b us s ervic e thr oughout the 3, 000 a cre
model cities area might well b e a Godsend.
It is interesting to me to note that a mutual friend of Governor
Arnall and mine, the late Wa l lace Ro Bu rke, fo rmer l y of the
Interstate Commerce Commi s sion 6 sugge sted a n almost identical
plan to Mayor Romero in my prese?ce in San Juan on 31 March,19690
�-2-
Mayor Ivan Allan , Jr.
August 30 r 1969
If it is not an imposition, and if Mr o Johnson 1 could send me
data which would help me advise Mayor Romero along these lines 1
I would be indebted.
Very truly yours ,
'>t~
Faertfr
Hon. Ellis Arnall
Fulton Federal Building
Atlanta , Ga. 30303
CoC o
_
�LAW OFFICES
MATTHEW J. FAERBER
112 BELLEVUE AVENUE
NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND O2B4O
(P. O . BOX 175)
B47-OO34
B47-1112
September 9, 1969
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor , City of Atlanta
Atlan t a , Georgia 30303
Dear Sir:
May I acknowledge your letter of September 3 , 1969 for
Judge Faerber who is in Puerto Rico on business until
Thursday of this we e k.
Your letter will have his attention and appreciation
at that time.
c~yrr:u:s~-w~
fw
Secre t a ry to
Matthew J. Fae rber
�'
I
123 Vanira Avenue, Southeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30315
September 2, 1969
Dear Comrades:
It is with deep regret that the program that was conceived for t he
purpose of motivating more resident participation and training has taken
on the pattern of not more, but a fewer number of residents taking part
in the program.
The possibilities of helping the cit i zens of the Model Cities
connnunity grow in stature has been placed behind a painted wall by a few
of the residents that were elected to serve without bias for the betterment of a total corrnnunity with funds funneled into the target area for
that purpose.
As of now the residents ha ve the chance to do for themselves a job
that was long needed - to be able to think of expa ns ion areas and the
correct way t o expand. It is within this structure I pray the Mode l
Cities Mass Convention, Incorporated will operate in the future. The
juvenile acts that are taking place in the operation of t he Board of
Directors at this time can only l e ad to a state of dictatorship that .can
impede the growth of any worthwhile organization.
At t he t ime of t he e l ect ion f or offi cers of t he Mode l Cit i es Mass
Convention , I ncorporat ed, I was e lected treasurer, but fi nd I cannot , nor
,·rill ~ot , a ssume the responsibility of t hat office U...'1der the conditions
listed herein:
1.
When advanced funds wer e received fr om EOA to t ake care of t he
community workers payroll, t he Chairman of the Boar d , Deac on
Pet ers , inst ructe d the secretary t o make the ba nk deposit,
secure checks ~nd pa y off the workers.
2.
The aforeme ntione d assi gnment was l ater delegated t o Mr . J ohn
Hood ; a Board Member.
3.
Mr. Hood st ate d that he was requeste d , but refused to pay from
these monies the salary of a secretary that is not officially
on t he payroll of Mode l Citi es Mass .Convention, Incorporated.
�September 2, 1969
Page 2
All of these transactions took· place without the benefit of vouchers,
drafts, etc., that would enable the treasurer to keep accurate records.
Under the existing conditions the need for· a treasurer is nil. Therefore, before more valuable time is lost by the Board, certain guidelines
should be studies and become a workable pattern.
I recognize the fact that no individual or group can exist without
making errors, and the experiences gained by such means should prove of
value for future operations .
I hold no animosity toward anyone in the organization and shall continue my support for the total program, but with the slovenly methods
used to date, I have no alternative other than tender my resignation as
treasurer effective innnediately.
Respect
lly,
'--/ _,,. _ )
'£-eff/,..,,:?)
CC:
cu.@.,-;s
Deacon Lewi s Peters , Chairman , Board of Directors
Mr. Johnny Johnson, Direct or, Model Cities
·
Mr. William W. Allis on, Executive Administrator, EOA
Mayor Ivan Allen
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v s.n Alle n J-..· ., M ayor






J. c . Johnson, Direct o r
.Mr s. Ma : : - t ha L . We ems
1039 Ridge Avenue , S . W.
3 031 5
At lant a , Ge o rgia
Dear
l.lr s
. Weem s :
Your l etter o f Sept embe~ 2 , 1 ~ 09 i n whicn y ou t e n dered y our res i g natio n as Tre a s u r e r of M:ode l
Ci t i es ~a s s Co nvention , Inc., ha s
cau sed s e rio u s con c ern o n o y p a:ct abo~t the future o f t h e o rgan i z a tion .
The questions y ou r a ised i :-i your l e tte:c , o.s to proc edur e and autho ri ty , were v alid a nd sh ould c a use t he Bo a rd to c arefully r e - exami n e
i ts existing method o ~ oper ation .
My Pro g ram Management s t a f f ,,:i l l b e happy to a s s ist y o u a n d t he
Ci t iz e n s ' Boar d i n est ablish i n g p ro per p ro c e dure s f or o per at i on
wh ich will be i n f ul l corr.pli a.n c e with t he requ i rements o f the City
o f At l a n t a a nd t h e De p art1 e n t o f Ho u sing a n d Urba n De ve l o p ment . I
a m a s ki n g .Mr . Sam Ru s s e ll t o p rovide y ou a nd al l me mbers o f the
Citizen s ' Bo a r d with copi e s o f "F i s cal and Administ r a t i ve Proc edur e s
for Operati ng Agenc ie s o f Mode l Cities Pro j e cts ." These p roc edure s
will be a par t of your co n t rac t v,i t h t he Ci ty when i t i s e xecuted
in t h e n e ar fu tur e .
Be c a use I f e e l that b-1is g-roup n eed3 the v a l u a ble e x perienc e y ou
o ffe r it , I h o p e that y ou will re - consider y our t e nde r of r e signa tio n , and t hat the y wi ll n ot s ee fit to ac c ept your requ est.
Sin c e r ely ,
/
~ J,
J·ohnny c ·.
Di rector·
JCJ:vlc
cc :
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" . . , ·~~ ·. -;_; ~.i:.y
Johnson ' ""
Mayo r I v a n All en , J-r .
.Mr . Wi lli a m Al lison, Exe cuti v e Adm i n i strator , EOA
B:>a r d Members o f r,.,:ode l Ci ties Ma ss Co n v entio n , Inc.
�MEMBERS
NON - PROFIT DEVELOPERS
TRUSTEES
940 McDANIEL STREET, S. W.
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30310
Joe Stallings
VICE-CHAIRMAN
TELEPHONE: 523-5166-7
Rev. J. L. Marshall
SECRETARY
CLARK MARTIN
AVERY SHIELDS
NATHANIEL PROTHRO
SAMUEL COCHRAN
REV. AUSTIN FORD
PRINCE MARTIN. SR .
HAROLD OWENS
CLAUDE BARNES
REV. JOEL W. MARSHALL
TECHNICAL ADVISORS
August 28,1969
TREASURER
C. G . EZZARD
C. BRON CLEVELAND
PAUL MULDAWER
ELIZA PASCHAL
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen:
As Chairman of the Board, I would like to express my appreciation for your vote of confidence
in the Special Executive Committee Meeting for the
contract with Model Neighborhood, Incorporated. I
want to assure you that all of the Board members
will work hard to make this project a success. we
are seeking to have our project to be one of the
things Atlanta can be proud of and one of the things
that you can point to in the future with pride.
we greatly appreciate working with the threeman committee that you appointed. The Board have
e x pressed a desire to develop a continuing relationship with this committee. We would appreciate you
using your influence to help us develop this relationship .
Thank you very much for your concern and cooperation .
Sincerely your..,s ,
J~/eab
�EDWIN L. STERNE
LE ST E R H. PERSELLS
CHAIRMAN
G E OR GE
s.
r:xccUT I V C 0 1RF.: CT O R I'd.::> S CCR E TARY
CARL TON GARRETT
CRAFT
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er
FtNANCC
VICE CIIAIRMA~I
C, IL 8E RT H. 80GC.S
l' t11 r c:1· o n
at,·
II CIU~ INC
HOWA R D O P E NSHAW
J. B. S L AYTON
DIR E C TOR OF R ED E VE L O PME N T
FP.ANK G. ETHERIDGE
GEORGE R. SANDER
T E C HNI CAL D I RE C TOR
JACK F . GLENN
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ATLA NTA . GEORGIA 3 03 03
JA C KS ON 3 - 50 74
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25., 1969
Mro ,Johnny Joh.nson
Director of Model Cities Program.
673 Capitol Aven e So Wo
A"i:.lant~., Georgia
30315
De ar Joh..nny:
Th is is to confirm t he proced •res agreed. upon in :my office on August 29.,
1969 wit,h respect, to exped:l"l;in.g hous ing c onstruction in the Model Cities NDP
area s:
l o Parcel C-4 ,_,. Mro Stan Ay r 1 s s ne plan prov iding f or for ty (40)
townhouse n its approve do Meeting to be set up with Urban East and Mro Wri ght
to r eview pla..n. submitt al of appli ca t i on to FHA s election of non.,,,profit
s pons ors ., e t c,, YJro Openshaw to procee d with FHA on establishing pri ce of land~
pr eparing d is position doc uments applying to City for c ommunity unit plano
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Temporary ho sing site T, 21 (G orgi a Aven ue and Cori_,_"lalJ..y Street) .,.
Mr ., Joe S.m.ith., Archit ect r al Consulta.11.t to :,he Housing Author i ty., proposed
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.mobile ho.mes on t his 2o5 a cre siteo ~ousing Authority to study possibility of
.mor e reloc atable units., exped i te constr uct i on o
Mro Collier Gl adi n to pr par a a r Gsol1::1tion per.m.itting use of reloca.,,
table housing units in t he Model Ci t ies areao
3:, A revie~-.r of -t,he o~-~9r :::.:i:n..'3 -;-,(:_....,:pora:>'."".f hoL,sing sites in the 1969 NDP
areas of Model c .:.ties i ::.dic2.-:~es :.O:ce. fcD _o'.·J::.::'.lg a ct i on :
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The :fousir.g A;::·0::.ori·':-:y ·t o :.)l"Ocee'.J. -,rit.h -;~~e a cqui s ition,
relocai;,io::1. of f2..'l'.l.il ~. es R.na. e:;o1it ion of s tructures on
T...5., T-12_, T...,~_6:
T• '~-7 a..d c:(93c ::.te constructi on of
relo ca·'"able hot·.s i :'.'.:?; ·-.:.~.:.-':,;; o:. . t::-:.ss e. s~:: esl)
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The Housing Ac:tt:.-:.or:::'·.y -:·.o " ;:p:!..ore possfoi~.H-y o.f leas i ng
'.i:'-10 for r eloc2:'"-2.Y_" :i.c·~s :>s w .c.1 pro~a 3~L i:::.·0h acqr:isiti on
of s:t,e o
�Mrs JolL'11...n.y JolLn.son
Augus t 25., 1969
Page Noo 2
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The rema1n:mg ten;porary hous i ng s1-c,es., T-18., T-9., T-11.,
and T.,.19 t o be t h.e l as t order of business as these
involve sever e topogr aphi c or acqui s i t i on problems, the
latter sit e .having been developed. by the Board of Education
for a school pl aygr ound o
4o The Housing Authori ty to pr oceed Jith relocatable housing on the block
north of Richar dson Street., betYeen Ira and Wi ndsor St reets in t he RawsonWashington Urban Redevel opment Areao
5o The block b ounded by Georgia Avenu e Capitol, Bass., ,a nd Crew Streets
to be leased to Model Cities fo r housi ng cent er a...n.d par kingo
The block bounded by Georgi a Aven ue., Cr ew., Bass , and Washington Streets
t o be leas ed by the Hous ing Authority for stadium parkingo Land to be offered
for s ale f or co.nun,ercial uses compatible wi t h stad i um as soon as documents have
been prepar ed o
_ ease advis e if you have
a."1.y
ques ti ons pertaini ng to t he above.,
Very tr' _y yours ,
Ho:-rc:.:'.' ~ Opens haw
Director of Redevel opment
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Mr o J ames Wr ight
Mr o Coll ier .Gladin
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Thom.as Eskew
�August 19, 1969
Mr. M yles G. Smith
25 Inman Circle, N. E.
Attanta, Georgia 30309
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Dear Mr. Smith:
Since Mayor Allen i out of the city, I should like to acknowledge
receipt of your lett r of Augu t 17th, expres ing your views about
Model Neighborhood, Inc. and your endor ement of Mr . Edward
Moody.
M yor Allen h s already appointed a special committee to make
recommendation about the structure of Model Neighborhood, Inc.,
and that l"Cport i due hortly.
May I a sure you th t your letter will be brought to hi
upon his return.
attention
Sincerely,
Mrs. Ann Mos a
Executive S er t.ary
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Budget
COST CATEGORY
Program
Administra tion
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COST INCURRED
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Intra-Neighbo11hood 'Bus
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Cash :
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6 16 7 9 . 6 2
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�MIN UTE S
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MOD.EL NEIGHBORHOOD EXECU'rIVE BOARD
Tuesday , J u ly 1 , 1969
10:00 a.m.
The monthly mee ting o f the Mode l Neighborhood Executive Board w_as
held on Tuesday , J u ly 1, 1 9 69 a t 10:00 a.m . in Committee Room #2,
City Hall.
'rhe following membe r s wer e p r e sent:
Mayor Ivan All e n, Jr . , Chairman
Mrs. Mattie An s l ey
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Mr. Claren ce Colema n
Mr. Joh n Hood
Alderman E. Gregory Gr i ggs
Alderman G . Eve r ett Mil l ic an
Mr. Walter Mi tche ll
Deacon Lewi s Peters
Mr . J. D. Newber ry
Dr. c. Mi l e s Smith
Mrs. Martha Weems
Mr . Bill Wainwright
Mr. Jo e Wh ite ly
Absent :
Mr . Sam Ca l dwell
Other City o f fic i als, r epresentatives f rom n eighborho o d o r ganizat ionB,
and tlle pr e ss were al s o present .
The Chairman, .Mayor Ivan Allen, J.r . , called the meeting to order .
He t hen e nt e rtained a motion for the ado p t ion of the June 10 Minutes.
It was so moved a.nd unanimousl y appr o ved without correction.
REPOR~r OF THE MASS CONVEN"rION STEERING COMMITTEE
Deacon Peters distributed copies of the Minutes of the Model Cities
Mass Convention which met on June 15 and he stated that he was very
impressed with the participation of the residents since the program
moved into imple:rnentation.
Mr. Wainwright moved that the Minutes
of the June 15 mef~tinq be a.ccepted by the Board. The motion was
seconded and! unanimously approved .
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REPORT FROM· S PECIAL :EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE
Iv.tr. Coleman read and distributed copie s o f
t h e r e solut i on p r e pared
by the Special Employment Committ e e. The re solut i on est ablish ed
g u idelines fo r t h e Mode l Ci t i e s Progr am and contracting a gen c ies
to fol l o w in the i r emp l oyme n t p r actices . The resolu tion s p e ll ed
out a progr a m t h at · a ssur es Mod e l Cities jobs wi ll go to Mode l Neighborhood res i dent s. Mr. Mi ll ican sta ted t hat he f elt the req uirements l i sted i n the resol u tion wo uld tie t he hands of the c ont r ac ting agencies in fil·l in g posit i o ns.
He specifically que stioned t he
proposal that Model Ci tie s r e s ide nts b e give a base "re sid ent p r efe r ence" of 10 points or ten per cent and that all firms o r ag·e nc.ies
contracting to d o proj e cts in t he Mo de l Cities area b e b ound by
policies set by the Board. Mr . Millican s tated that he had prepared
another resolution t hat was a l i ttle les s strict in its requirements
and that he h a d confer r e d with the City Attorney on its Inerits.
Mr . Coleman then moved that the Boar d adopt a nd appr o ve his resolution and r efer: i t to the City Attorney for lega l i n t erpretation .
Mrs. Ansley seconde d t h e mot ion. Mr . Whitley brought out the fact
that Mr. Millican had ·the righ t to read his resolution to the Board
as a mi nor ity r e por t . Mr. Mi l l i can sa i d that h e preferred not to
read his resolut i on a s a mino r ity r epo r t. Afte r further discussion
o n whether t o a p prove the reso lut ion or t o j ust a c cept i t as i nforma tion, Mr. Coleman reword ed his moti on. He mo v ed t hat t he Board
refer the reso l u tio n to the C ity Attorney f or a ruling ; i f i t is
a legal document t hat it becomes a po licy o f t h e Boar d, if not ,
t hat i t be r eferr ed b ack to the Board. 'l'h e mot i on was s econded by
Mr. Ho o d and approved by the Board.
Mr. Cole man t h e n s ub mit t e d a r e s o l ut i on that called f or the
c r e ation o f a new po s itio n on t he Mode l Ci t ie s Staf f of Resident
Employment Opportunity Coord i nat or, whose r e spons i b i lity shall b e
t o impleme n t the employment pol icies of the Board and assure compliance of the a genc i e s o r o r g anizatio ns contracted b y t h e program.
Copies o f t h e reso l u t i on wer e distr i buted to al l Board members .
Mr . Mill ican mo ved that t he resolutio n be refe rred to the Per son n el
Comm i t tee for their revi ew . The motion was secon ded and approve d .
Mr. Coleman a sked that the c omm i ttee report at the next meeting .
REPORT FROM THE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Co pies of the recommendations from the Review Committe-e.~ wer,e d istributed t o a l l Board members. Mrs~ Weems moved that the recommendations be a c cepted. ·r he motion wa s secon.de d . Mr. Hood a s k e d that
a br i ef discription be given of a l l pl'.'ojects that were a p proved by
the Committee. Mr. Johnson proce eded to give a discription of t he
projects as they were l isted i:n the recomme 1ndation.
A discussion was opene d by Mr. Whitl e y conce rning Project SS-049N ,,
Project Expand, which gives Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc.
$140,000 to set-up and staff a Neighborhood Service Center in G.rant
Park and Adair Parle r.tr. Whitely stated that a majority of the
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residents of Grant Park did not want an EOA Service Center in the
area .
Deacon Peters said that only a small segment of the r e sidents
did not want the EOA Center and that the othe rs fel t that the re was
a real need for the center . Mr.Newberr y , speak i ng for Ada ir Park.,
said that he feels that the p rojec t was needed by t he people and
should not be deleted Mr. Whitley then moved that Project Expand
be deleted from t he Program. The motion fa i l ed due to the lack of
a second. Dr . Smit h then moved to a pprove the four projects listed
to be carried out by EOA. The motion was seconded and approved by
the Board. The four . projects are: SS-028N, Neighborhood Consumer
Program ; SS-049N, Project Expand ; TR-OOlC , Specialized Passenger
Van Service; EM-024N, Resident Emergency 1\s~'- istance Fund to Job
Applicants.
It was moved and seconded and unanimously approved that Proj e ct .
SS-009C, Crisis Oriente d Counseling, be approved.
Mr. Wairri:-rright moved that Project SS-033N, Multi-Day c a.re Services,
be approved. Mr. Mitchell . seconded the motion. Mr. Coleman then
asked for a report on the status of the Southside Day Ca re Association. Mr. Shimkus reported that the Model Cities Program was very
much interested in relating to the Southside Day Care As sociation
in a funding position, and that a proposal had been recei v e d from
their staff which was being review for funding in next yea r' s program. Mr. Coleman asked if it were still possible to fund a part
of the Southsid e fa cility this year. Mr. Shimkus answered y es .
Mr. Coleman then asked that the Review Committee rev i e w the Southside proposal and report on it at the next meeting .
A v o te was then
taken on the mot ion t o appr ove the Multi-Day Care Services t o be
implemented by the Senior Citizens Services of Metr opol itan Atlanta.
It was unamiously approved .
It was then moved and s econded and unanimously appr ove d that Pro ject
SS-O llC , Homemaker Services; Project SS-026N ~ Legal Educat ion and
Project SS- 27N Model Home Managemen:t, be app:x~oved .
It was moved and seconded that the two projects t o be implemented
by Model Neighborhood, Inc., be approved .
Deacon Peters said that
the Steering Committee met to discuss Model Neighborhood , Inc., and
recommends that Mode l Neighborhood, Inc., not be appro ved t o r -e cei ve
the $35,000 in Model Cities f unds. The Mayor then stated fo r the
record that he does not think Mr. Moody is qua lified to car.ry out
the projects. He said that he questioned the validity of Mr . Moody's
ability to carry out the pro jects because of his past employment
record with the cit y. For these reasons, the Mayor feels that he
cannot endorse the pro j ect s' implementation by Model Neighborhood
Inc. Dr. Smith sai.d that since Mr. Moody has obtained technical
people to assist him, that he strongly endorses the projects. Alderman.Griggs said that he was reluctant to t rust the Board of Model
Neighborhood, Inc. with that amount of money because of tht~ir in·abil ity to get together. M:': . Mitchel l said Ju~ was r.elllctant because
of the Mayor 's statement and suggested that the Boai:.·d post.ponia:
action on the projects until the next meeting. Dr. Smith asked foJC
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a r oll c al l vote s o that the peop le will know how the Boar d feels.
Further discu ssion followed ·w ith other Board meroJ)ers expressing
their views .
Mr. Hood then offered a subst: i.tu.b~ motion to the
original mo tion tha t Model Neighborho od , Inc ., projects be t abled
until the next regular meeting in or der to aive them time to
reorgan.i.ze and restructure their progra.n, . Mrs. Weems seco nded the
motio n.
The motion carried with 8 voting for approval and 3 o pposing .
.Mr. Wai. n.w:c ight stated that some one should g ive MNI d irection as to
what the Board expects.
Mr . Millican s uggested that MNI prepare a
written s t atement showing what. they are go:i..nq to do with the mo ne y.
JvJr. Newber r y said that he would like to know who the expert s are
on the MJ.'fI staff. The Mayor .said that the Reveiw Committee would
meet to d iscuss the pro jects with the Board o f Directors of MNI.
A discussion the n followed on the expansion of the Re vi e w Committe e
to include the entire board. !V'ir. Mitchell moved t hat t he personnE-11
of the Review Committee be the same as the personnel o f: the Executive Board.
The motion was seconded. Mr. Johnson cautione d the
Board that the Rev i ew Committee should be prepared to meet weekly
or bi-weekly.
Dr . Smi th brought out the fact tha.t a quo rum wil l
be necessary b efore any official action can b e taken .
Mr. Hood
then offered a. substitute motion that the Review Commi t tee be expan ded
by two members and that they be community residents. Deacon Peters
seconded the mot ion .
After a discussion on the me ri t s of expanding
the Reveiw Committee by two members or expanding it to i ncludrc.
the entire board, Mr . Hood withdrew his motion and a vote was take n
on the previous motion. The mot ion wa s carried with onP (l)op r.,os ing.
Mr. Griggs moved that the balance of the proj e ct s recommended by the
Review Committee b e approved. The motion was seconded and approved
by the Board.
The other projects are! EM-019N, Staffing Cent.rai
Faci lity and Mechanism of Serv ice; EM- 0 2 3N , Direc t Me dical Maintenance; EM-015N, Re sident Work Attitude Chanqe ; EM-00lC, Mode l
Cities Mass Convent.ion, Inc.; RC-003N, Purchase Vacant La n d for. Block
Parks a nd Playlots, RC-005N, Mobile Re creatio n Cen ters.
01J) BUSINESS
Mr. White ly said tha t because of the meeting be ing held a week early ,
he was not prepar ed to g ive hi.s report on relocation; but he would
give in in the August me e t i n g .
DIREC'.!'OR I S REPOR'I'
Mr. James L . Wright, J.i:., Director of Physical Developmen t q ave a
re~rt on the r eloca.t i on a ct ivity out s i de of th.e Urban Ren ·~wa l j!\n:ia. .
The meet i ng was a d j o urned at 1 2 :20 p . m.
A P PROVED ::
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TRUSTEES
MEMBERS
940 McDANIEL STREET, S. W .
'#.!~MAN OF BOARD
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AVERY SHIELDS
NATHANIEL PROTHRO
SAMUEL COCHRAN
REV. AUSTIN FORD
PRINCE MARTIN, SR.
HAROLD OWENS
CLAUDE BARNES
REV. JOEL W . MARSHALL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30310


/;f,.fficHAIRMAN


JOE STALLING
TELEPHONE: 523-5166-7
SECRETARY
CLARK MARTIN
TECHNICAL ADVISORS
C . BRON CLEVELAND
PAUL MULDAWER
ELIZA PASCHAL
TREASURER
C. G . EZZARD
J uly 9_,1969
Mayor I van Allen Jr .
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At lanta ., Ge orgia
De a r Sir :
The Board of Dire c tors of Model Neighb orhood Inc .
request a meeting with you on Friday J uly 11., 1969 to
dis cuss the circumstances around the funding of our
o!l'.!gantzation .
The purpose of this meeting is to c l ear up the
position you have t aken and to answ e r any questions
about thi s matter.
Sincerel y yours
Joseph Stallings
Cha irman., Board of Di re ctors
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CITY HALL
ATLANTA, GA. 30303
Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404
DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING
C OLLIE R B. GLADIN , Directo r
July 9, 1969
Mr. Johnny Johnson, DiNctor
Model Cities Program
673 Caplt,ol Avenue, S. W.
tlanto, Georgia
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phyaicol p lanning effort. However, to m"f our 1969 pr
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hcav. .In writing octly hat i kt you with us to perform, whot mnn0t1WAt
you think It wfll requl,.; nd whtn the work mutt be accom fished . Without
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hav- xp,vaiM:JU b for • The d. partm nt wi 11 b unobl .. to accept tota I
r sponsibillty in th or. a of citlz ns' involv ment . The respon.siblllty of
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obtafning oltfzen review ond approval must contfnu to rest with you.r ·a g ncy
which was stofh,d J .r this urf>O" during at least th 1969 planning y r.
Oth•r t.hcin this singlt, limitation we ore wlllln to do ev rythlng w can to
support th Model Cities Pr ram.
Sincer, ly yours,
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�~ ~ITY OF ATLANTA
CITY HALL
ATLANTA, GA. 30303
Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404
DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING
COLLIER B. GLADIN, Dir ector
July 9, 1969
Mr. Johnny Johnson, Director
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I Cl tias Progrorn
673 Capitol Avenue, S. W.
Atlanta, Gaorgia .
Dear Johnny:
This lotter Is In res;x:me to your verbol request bock In the &pting
for mora po.rtici;>atbn by tha Plcnning Oop•.:utm&nt staff in tha A.'ooel Citios
physical pfanntng effort. Ho-waver, to meet our 1969 prQgrcm , we must
have in writing exactly what tasks you wish m t~ P3rt0rnl, whot mon»ower
you think It will require,. ond whoo the work must be accom;:,Hshed . 'Nlth-:,ut
such Information, it will be very difficult for us to respond any further than
we a lready hove.
As you kn'lW, tho !)hyslcol plcmnfng efforts should mesh closely within
the
proposed 1970 Nefohborhooc.l Davelopment Program activities ond your own
1970 action year program development. Since Neighborhood C.velopment
Program deadline, ore a~oaching with bewildering a ~ , every day that
paaes maket the time factor more critical. We wlah .to- do all we can to
help but our other commitments must ~ met also. So It 11 ~
tiol .thot we
n;ceive a concrete expression of your needs tight' away.
At we have 10id before, we will do everything WO can to alJt the
physical plannlng efforts In Model Cities in ochi ving the maximum benefit
for that area ond the entire city. There Is, however, one limltatlon which
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we have e.mpressecl before . The deparhnent will bo unable to accept total
resporuibility in the a rao of c;tizens• involvement. The respomibility of
obtaining citize n review and C!pprovol mv:it coni-inua to rest with your agency
which wos ~toffed for this purpose during at feoot the 1969 planning year.
Other than this single li mita tion we am willin9 to do everything w con to
wpport th$ WlodeJ Cities Pr-:igram .
Sincerely yours,
Co!lte r S. G l<X!in
Planning Director
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MONTHLY MILESTONES:
HUD and the City of Atlanta signed the
official implementing contract for supplemental funds.
The
first delegate agency contract - the intra-neighborhood bus
system - was being finalized and was expected to be effected
the first part of June.
A thorough review of all 1969 pro-
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City of Atlanta
Model Neighborhood Program
673 Capitol Avenue, s .w.
Atlanta, Georgia
30315
Johnny c. Johnson, Directok
April-May Bi-Monthly Report
June 10, 1"969
Report No. 7
Frepared By Alan Wexler
Technical Write
INDEX
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Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Social Services Planning.................
Physical Planning... . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Economic Development.....................
State Participation......................
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Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS
A.
General, Project Status, and Other Related Projects Under
Coordination
A.l.
Administration
A.l.a.
The City of Atlanta and the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development officially signed
·the $7.175 million supplemental funds contract
May 20. Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. signed for Atlanta
and Ed Baxter, Regional Administrator, signed for
HUD. Present for the ceremony were Earl Metzger,
Regional Model Cities Director, and Johnny c. Johnsor
Atlanta Model Cities Director.
A,l.B.
On May 29, the City officially designated the
Negro-owned Citizens Trust Company to be the officiaJ
depository for supplemental funds. This represents
the largest account ever e143.215.248.55:ished by the City of
Atlanta in a Negro-owned Bank.
A.l.c.
Also on May 29, Model Cities signed its first
delegate agency contract - with the Atlanta
Transit System for a $205,000 intra-neighborhood
~us system. Mayor Allen, other political leaders,
business leaders and news media representatives
were given a tour of the bus route, which officially
was to start June 4.
A.l.d.
Other priority contracts were scheduled to be
signed during the coming reporting period.
A.l.e.
A comprehensive rev iew of a ll supplementallyfunded projects was completed by the Plans and
Evaluation and Program Management Divisions. This
review was designed and executed to assure that
each project was pronP.,..1~ A.-:: :=:.:..... '1 and ad".\ressed
itself r~ ~he ~pacific objective for which it was
designed. In addition, pre- contract reviews were
held with a specially- appointed review team from
tha Model Cities Executive Board.
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The Plans and Evaluation staff began formalizing
a Resident Service Information System which would
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permit Model Cities to serve more adequately each
resident who comes into contact with any project
in the program. The system would involve nonsupplemental-funded as well as supplemental-funded
agencies. Contacts were made with p~ivate firms
which might be capable of designing the system.
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A.l.g.
Also included in preparation for implementation
was a comprehensive salary study regarding simil ar
job classifications in the various components.
The purpose of the study was to discover salary
differences in positions which will require the
same type of work. Wherever such disc:r.ep:mcic s
were found, the appropriate agencies were asked
to review their salary scales.
A.l.h.
In accordance with a HUD request, Model Cities
submitted an overall survey regarding in-house and
on-loan administrative personnel. The study includ ec
salary scales, recruiting pract ices, and types of
positions . HUD h ad requeste d such action to compare
similarities and differences among the various Model
Cities programs throughout the nation.
A.l.i.
Concentrated work continued on planning for the t e nagency multi- pur pose cente r scheduled to be c omplete <
by July 15. Commodore Corporation of Omaha, Nebrask,
was the low b i dder for the modular-constructed,
20,000 sq. ft. facility. The contract with Commod oi
i s e x pected t o b e s i gned
during t he c oming
repor t ing period. The contract with the Atl anta
Housing Authority for t h e l and is also expected to b ,
s igned dur ing t h e corning r epor tin g p eriod.
Social Services
A.2°a.
HEW initiated a signoff system whereby any of its
future projects affecting 5 00/4 of the Model Cit i es
area residents would require a certificate of approval from the Model Cities Director.
A.2obo
Several meetings were held with the ten agencies
wnich will be housed in the temporary multi-purpose
facil~tyo · Among the major results were establishment of an operating committee to oversee the
quality of services to residents and the resolving
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of various adminis trative matters (decentralizing
phone service~ system f or paying utility bills,etc~ ),
The Committee will include agency r e presentative s
and re~Jdents.
A.2.c.
With the Work Incentive Program (WIN) scheduled
to begin L"1 July, Model Citie s established a WIN
program 'l'ask For c e for the Model Cities are a. This
·Task Force will include repre s e ntative s fr om the
State Department of F~mily and Children Se rvice s
(DFCS)° , Fulton County .DFCS , Georgia State Employment Service, Senior Citizens , and Model Cities .
Its purpose will be to develop means of coordin ating whatever services ar~ needed to make WIN
successful(day care, e t c.).
A.2.d.
Several meetings were held t o discuss the problem
of hunger. The participants were convened by
federal HEW officials and i n cluded representatives
of federal and local agenc ies. Subsequently and
as a result of the meetings, Model Cities convened
a meeting of several community-based agencies
at which a U.S. De partment o f Agriculture off ici al
explained the new Food For C11i ldre n program. As
a result of · that mee t ing, s ome c ornrnuni t:;;"- based
agencies actually fi led applications f or t he
p r ogr am.
A.2 .e.
Representative s from the Wa.,;1 ington and Regiona l
office s of HEv1 's Social Rehabilitati0n Serv ice
met in an all-day briefing s e ssion with Model
Ci ties staff members. Thelr purpose s were to
learn how the various Model Cities p roposals
r e lated to their particular work and to study
Model Cities needs.
A.2.f.
Severa.l meetings were held with the Fulton County
DFCS, and Senior Citizens in developing a protec tive
services project for senior citizens.
A.2.g.
Contacts were made with the Board of Education to
develop a training program for senior citizen s .
This program would train senior citizens who would
be working in the Model Cities progr am and person s
who would be· working with the senior citizens.
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A.2.h.
The proposal by the Fulton County DFCS for
Housing Aid to the aged was submitted to and
reviewed by Washington federal officials. The
program would coordinate information flow on housing
for senior citizens and would also emphasize social
services .
A.2.i . . The he a lth component project entitled Health,
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Education and Services was not favorably considered
by HEW's r egiona l Technical Review Commi ttee . This
project, which was for $1.3 million of the total
$2 . 9 million health component budget,is considered
vital to the over all program. It would provide
pre-pai d health care, family outreach workers and
dental serv ices .
A.2.j.
At least partially because of the unfavorable
review on the above project, three other projects
will probably b e temporarily delayed• 1"hese
projects are the Health Facility building,
the Group Practice Project a nd the Multi-phasic
Screening Center. The latter two projects would
have been housed in the Health Facility. Model
Cities officials felt tha t without the Health,
Education and Ser vice s Pr oject, t he other three
proj ects c ould n o t f ully achieve their objectives.
A. 2.k.
The Family P lannin g Clinic project was still being
considered by HEW's Children's Bureau and was
expected t o be funded when some r elatively minor
matters were resolved .
A.2.1.
Favor able response was also expected from HEW's
Social Rehabilitation Service regarding the
pr o pos ed Me nta l Re t ardation Workshop project.
A.2.m.
The menta l He a lth Plann er pro ject wa s still under
in-house review.
A.2.n.
The Preventive Dental Care Project was
rewritten prior to first submission.
being
A.2.o.
Georgia State College was funded by HEW to train
the e i ghteen residents on the twenty- five-membe r
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Better Health Corpotation Board. The Board,
incorporated in January, also has seven
professionals.
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major emphasis was in :
developing the best possible relationship with
every known criminal justice agency working in
the area and/or that will have an impact on the
area. Contacts included the Atlanta Police
Depar t ment, the Fulton county Juvenile Court,
Fulton County Probation Department, Fulton County
2arole District Office, State Board of Pardons and
Parole , State Division of Children and Youth, State
Board ' of Corrections , National Council on Crime
and Delinquency, etc.
A .2.q.
Meetings were held with members of the residents'
c rime prevention committees and with members of the
profess jn~ ~l-Tech r. ical AdviBory Committee. The 1969
crime prevention plan was introduced and discussed
at the meetings, and t he committees were asked to
make input for 1969 implementation and · 1970_ planning.
A.2.r.
The Cr i me Prevention Planner did detailed work
in p r eparation for implementation of the crime data
compi lation project. This project, the planner
f elt, should be one of the fi r st to be implemented
in his program be cause it is so interrelated with all
aspects of his 1969 program and with future planning.
Most of t he negot iations were arranged with the
Atlanta Board of Education regarding the ~un~rous
educational projects which will receive supple mental funds in 1969 (Total supp lemental funds:
$ 2 ,.159,00). F i nal d~tails w !re expected to be
worked out in t he coming report ing period.
A planning committee was formed to work on key issues
which will be involved in the proposed educational
complex. Included on the committee are r~presentatives of the Board of Education, Model Cities ,
residents, consultants, the Housing Authority, and
the City Planning Department . The need for more land
or a cutback in the program we r e two issues which
were fa c ing the committee.
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A.2.u.
Three meetings were held with regional federal
officials, Model Cities officials and Board of
Education officials. Discussions centered on new
or existing possible funding resources. From these
meetings, the Board of Education and Model Cities
proceeded on devel oping proposals for money available
throught the 11 Talent Search" project.
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Physical Planning
A cooperative agr eement was developed between
Model Cities, the Atl a nta Housing Authority and
the Ci ty Housing · Code Inspection Division
regarding propert i es inside and outside 1969
clear ance and rehabil itation areas.
Basically , in 1969 Rehabilitation Areas, the
Housing Authority will obtain a list of structures which have met city code enforcement
standards in recent years. Owners whose properties cur rently mee t the standards will have
the option of either taking advantage of possible
gr a n ts or loans under the Housing Authority's
r ehabilitation program to meet project standards
or continuing to maintain structures in compliance
with the City Housing Code.
A.3.c.
In future-designated rehabi litat ion areas other
than those o f 1969, t he Housing Code Divis i on will
participate on a c omplaint basis only.
A .3.d.
The Housing Authority will be fully responsible
for demo lition activities in 1969 clearance
act i on areas.
A.3.e.
In future-clearance areas the Housing Code Division
will become involved only on a complaint basis,
Generally, no new equipment installation will be
required unless the residents' health or safety
would be a factor without such work.
A.3.f.
The Housing Authority, the City Building Department
and Model Cities developed policies and procedures
for i nspecting and approving new prefab housing.
A.3.g.
Model Cities worked with the Georgia State Employment
Service {GSES) to plan a construction training program for residents. It would be administered
through the Model Cities Housing Center.
A.3.h.
Meetings were held with representat ives of the
Citizens and Southern National Bank regarding
their possible assistance in ~taking money and
technical assistance available for housing rehabilitation and construction (See Economic Development
Section.).
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A.3.i.
A cooperative agreement was arranged with the City
Planning Department which will allow Model Cities
to receive adv ance notice of all Model Cities area
zoning requests. The advance notice will allow
Model Ci ties to review and comment on these important
matter s .
A.3.j.
Discussions were held with representatives of t he
Greater Atlanta Housing Development Corporation.
The purpose wa s to persuade the Corporation to
provide seed monies and technical assistance in HUD'~
2 35 and 236 h ousing construction p rograms and in
235 ~J rehabiliat i on p ro jects . The Corporation is
a private-non-profit group sponsored by Atlanta
Businessmen .
A.3.k.
The Housing Authority, -!:he Greater Atlanta Housing
Development Corporation and Model Cities agreed to
explore the feasibility of relocating existing
house s wh i ch are in the path o f the present Atlanta
Airport construction program.
A.3.1.
Model Cities began rev iewing an Urban Design Framework Pr opos al for the areas. The Proposal was
developed by a team of professionals.
A.3.m.
Model Cities worked with the Hous ing Authority in
developing a project management control system
for the Authority ' s Neighborhood Development Program
(NDP) •
A.3 .n.
Pittsburgh neighborhood businessmen discussed with
Model Cities how they could become involved in
building businesses in renewa l areas and in becoming
active in other areas of the Model Cities Program.
A . 3.o.
It was agreed to submit design plans to the City's
Civic Design Commission.
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The nation's first deleqate agency contract was
signed with the Atlanta Transit System for
initiation of the intra-neighborhood bus system.
(See Administration Section.)
A.3.q.
As of the end of the reporting period, the Atlanta
Housing Authority had completed approximately 85%
of its rehabilitation area i n spection work. A
total of 25 grants had been made , ranging from
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$2,800 to $3,000. The total figure for all the
grants was $73,576 . Housing Authority Officials
said numerous persons in · the area were not
qualifying for the gra.nts because of the $3,000
yearly gross-income limitations Eight to ten
grantees had completed their rehabilitation work as
of the end of the reporting period.
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A . 3.r.
Regarding loans, between 50 and 60 were being
processed for possibl e activation after July 5.
Loan applications in the region had been terminated
for the 1%8-69 fiscal year, but HUD officials
indicated that sufficient monies would be available
in the approaching fiscal year. In all; some 150
loan applicat ions had been filed, althoughmany of
the applicants were e xpe cted to have yearly gross
incomes exceeding the maximum ($8,400 for a family
of seven ).
A. 3. s .
Housing Authority o ffi cials initiated action
designed to i n form members of the U .S. Congress
that the gross income loan limitations were too
low. A congressional act in 1968 had established
the limits on any NOP pro ject begun after August
1968. The a ct did not, however , affect previouslyapproved Urban Renewal efforts . Therefore, in the
n earby West End Urban Renewal area, there are no
i ncome limitations.
A.3.;t.
In clearance activit ies , 4- parcels had been acquired
of the 378 parcels sched uled for 1969 acquisitions.
Appraisa ls of. approximately 800/4 of the 378 parcels
had been made. Most parcels were e x p ect e d to be
acquired within approximately 3 months .
A.3.u.
Four consultants were hired by the Housing Author ity
to work with residents in preparing the land-use
plan and a 1970 Neighborhood Development Plan.
By the end of the reporting period, two communities
had met with their consultants.
Economic Development {Employment and Industrial-Commercial
Development}
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Intensive recruiting was curtailed during most of the
reporting period because of the delay in ·funding.
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However, the May 20 Atlanta-Model Cities - HUD
supplemental-fund contract signing was to result
in much g re ater a ctivity during the coming reporting period a It was d e cided that the Economic
Opportunity Atlanta Neighborhood Center Manpower
Units would conduct the call-in and referral work
for the program.
A.4.b.
Atlanta Model Cities fa iled to convince the
U .S . Labor Department and HUD that federal training
f u nds should b e used to train residents in power
sewing machine operations. The significanc;e of
HUD's inabi lity to fund this pro j ect was that it
would almos t be impossible to assist several companies which h ad expressed previous intere_st in
locat i ng o r expanding their operations in the are a.
Hundre ds o f res ident-filled j obs would have been
involved.
A.4.c.
Southland Engineers and Surveyors Corporation
decided to apply f o r an MA-5 contract under the
National Al liance of Businessmen's program. The
appli c a tion would be for fi v e app licants to be
trained as rodmen.
If accepted, i t was expected
to be signed in early June.
A.4.d.
Discussions were held with Army/Navy recruiters
to respond to their questions relative to the
Department of Defense's lowering enlistment standards for ghetto r esidents.
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'P. meeting was h eld with Church's Golden Fried
Chicken to d e termine the feasibility of its
establishing t wo s tores in the Model Cities area.
_Each store would e mploy as many as eight to ten
residents . Fu ture meetin g s were to be held when
plans were more definiteo
A.4 .f.
Model Neighborhood, Inc ., a resident, non-profit
development corp oration, received a grant from the
Economic Development Administration for approximately $87,000o The money would be u sed to provide
technical assistance to new businesses, t? identify
and develop businesses which would be owned and
managed by .MNI, to help develop manufacturing
facilities in the area, to provide technical assistance to neighborhood groups seeking to establish
local deve~opment corporat i ons, etc.
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In add i tion, MNI req uested $35 , 000 in supplemental
funds from Mod el Ci ties . The money requested would
be used t o supple ment its programs listed above.
A.4.h.
MNI had previo u s ly been given an EDA g r ant of $6,000
through Mod el Cit i e s a nd the City of Atlanta. Most
o f those f u nds had b e en used to b e gin initial developmen t o f a shoppin g center . MNI a lso had developed
a s e wing ma chin e operation in the area.
It employs
appr oxima tely 13 women .
A . 4 .i .
The Mode l Cit i e s Economic Development staff studied
t he p roblems of a r e s ident busine sswoman to gain
an ins igh t i n to some common obstacles fac i ng many
a r ea business pe ople . The woman's main problems
c o n c erned relocation o f h er customers because of
urban renewa l a n d unco o r d i n ated efforts b y public
a g encies.
A.4. j .
Techn i c al assist ance was give n to the JohnsonFluker Candy Company on -var i ous employer p rograms
offered by the Ge orgia Stat e Emp loyment Se rvice .
A.4.k.
An important meeting wa s held with a rep re s ent a tive
of Stokes and Wood Consultant fir m of Washington,
D . C.; and HUD representatives. The pr i mary purpose
was to e~plain the firm ' s agreement with the U.S. ~
Department of -l.,p.bor to promo te union involvement in
the Model Cities Program. It appeared that local
unions in Atlanta do not desire to recruit individuals who have no experience in t he building trades.
A.4.1.
Attempts to receive b ids for the leasing o f two
jobmobiles resulted only i.n the possibility that
three companies might submi t bids. The main reasons
for lack of definite bid submittals appeared to be
the cancel l ation clause after one year, high
insurance risk, and low resa le value. The jobmobile
was still scheduled to be one of the first 1969
employment projects.
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State Participation
A.5.a. Model Cities continued to keep various State
departments i n formed as to its plans . Especially
active during thi s reporting period was the Georgia
State Employment Service. GSES continued ·to supply
one coordinator, one planner, and three other staff
members. Mod el Cities was expected to reimburse
GSES for pers onnel e x penses this year.
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Data Collection
B.l.a. There was a delay in releasing preliminary
reports on the important 10,000-interviewee
surve y being conducted b y the U . S. Department
of Labor ' s Bureau of Labor Statistics. Atlanta's
survey is being conducted in the area served by the
Concentrated Employment Program (CEP) and in
more
affluent sect i ons .
B . l . b. Or iginally, a general r e por t was to have been
released in Ma rch . By t h e end of the reporting
period, BLS o ff icials sai d the earl i est a
p r e liminary repor t would be released would be in
or after August. The final rep or t , which wi ll
contain more specific information, was not expected
to b e released b efo re December o r the first part
of 1 97 0.
B.l . c. All interviews were expected to be completed by
June 30.
c.
Proble ms
c.1.
The major p roblem concerned the many scheduling
adjustments made necessary by the delay in funding
prior to the May 20 contract signing. Delegate
agencies were required in some instances to change
significantly their scheduled milestones. In at
least one instance, a consultant told Model Cities
officials that he might not be able to begin his
project because he had had to place his manpower
and machines on another project.
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II.
c.2.
Another major problem resulted in the refusal by
HUD and the U.S. Department of Labor to allocate
monies for the training of sewing machine operators.
(See industrial <'levelopment section.)
C.3.
Labor unions did little to ensure that they will
significantly assist ghetto res~dents to obtain
union membership .
(See industrial-commercial
section.)
C.4.
A third major problem was the
prohibition against
granting any rehabilitat ion l oan s to any · family
uni t ear ning more than a maximum of $8,400 a
y e ar. Many needy familie s were not mee t ing the
min i mum income limitat ion s a s of the e nd o f t he
r eporting period .
(See Physical Services Section.)
ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
A.
Policy and . Advi s ory Gr oups
A.l . a.
B.
No changes were made on the Executive Board, the
highest p o licy-making g roup i n the program.
Howeve r , negotiat i on s began with s ome potent i al
new member s t o t h e Technical Ad visory Bo ard , a
gr ou p comp o sed of pub lic a n d p rivate exp erts in
variou s dis c i plines . The new me mber s would f unc tion as a dvisor s t o the Plans a nd Evaluation staff.
Staff
B. l .a.
The Direc t or for Program Manageme n t was appointed
and approximately ten other n ew staff members were
e mployed. The two ma jor vacancies wer e in the
Direc t orships of Plans and Evaluation, and Economic
Development. Other v acancies still existed in
Program Management and the cler ical staff.
Bol.b.
Staff turnover was almost n on- existent, as it
had been in the past.
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RESIDENT INVOLVEMENT
A.
Activities
Incorporation procedures continued for Stadium
Heights, Inc., t he new name for the resident
involvement organization . The incorporation
and structural matters were expected to become
offici al durin g the coming reporting period~
Four consultant fi r ms wer e hired by the Atlanta
H9using Authority to work with the six neighborhoods
in developing land- use plan and the 1970
Ne ighborhood De velopment Pr ogr am (in cluding
clearance and rehabi l itation) . By the end o f the
reporting period , one firm had met with one of his
two neighborhoods and the other firms had made p l ans
to meet wi th t h e i r c ommun i ties durin g the coming
reporti ng period.
A.l.c.
The Atla nta Community Relations Commission conduct e d
t wo 11 t ownha ll 11 me etings , one in Gr ant Park (s eventy
people ) . and on e i n Me chani c s ville (f i fty peo p le) .
Mode l Citie s rep resentatives dis cussed t he p rogram
and answered residen ts ' question s a t tho se meetings.
A.l.d.
The 7th Mass Convention was he l d, wit h o ver onehundred peo ple attending. Howev er , since .t he
supplemental-fund contract had not been signed and
since most subjects h a d previously been discussed ,
n o official business was conducted.
A. l .e.
Four of the six neighborhoods met to work out
procedures for di s tributing the approximately
865000 gallons of paint recently reserved for the
a rea by the General Services Administration .
Only resident homeowners will be eligible to
receive the paint . I t was e xpected to be d i stribute d s ometime in June.
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A.l.f.
Planners met with residents of the Sugar Hill
community and patrons of the Fellowship Mission
to discuss the possible clearance areas which would
affect them. F urther discussions were expected to
be held during - the coming reporting period.
A. l. g .
The Communit y Affairs Division sponsored a tour
of the soon -to - be -initiated intra-neighborhood bus
line. The Mayor, many other public officials and
s ome key residents took the tour.
A.l.h.
A group of residents apµ-oved the designation of
the Model Cities Steering Committee to be the
recipient of some $72,000 in OEO training funds.
The Steering Committee was s chedu led to incorporate
under the name o f St adium Height s, Inc. sometime in
June.
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE
A . l.a .
Washington and regional officials continued to
provid e technical assistance. Espe c ially helpful
were discussions with the U.S. Department of
Agriculture and HEW's Social Rehabilitation
Service (See Social Services
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J une 9 , 1969
Mr. T . D. Allisandratos
General Manager
Albeni Corporation
P ..
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Box 606
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Dear Mr . Allissandratos :
Mayor Ivan Allen has referred your letter of June 3 to our
office for respon e .
I am enclosing a copy of the summary of the one- year and
the five-year foreca t. This summary list the major objective and approaching to solving the problems of the Model
Neighborhood Ar •
If I can provide you with
let m know.
ny furtb . information, please
Sincerely,
Johnny C. John on
Director
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cc: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
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��DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
PEACHT_REE SEVENTH BUILDING, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30323
Room 645
REGION Ill
June 3, 1969
IN REPLY REFER TO:
Code 3RF
Mr. George L. Aldridge, Jr.
Director
Community Improvement Program
City Hall
68 Mitchell Street, S. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
30303
Dear Mr . Aldridge : ·
Subject:
Proj e ct No. Ga . R-97(CRP)
Community Renewal Program
Approval of Housing Cost s Study
The Housing Costs Study for the Atlanta Community Improvement Program
has been reviewed and found to be satisfactory.
It is recommended that the Model Cities Agency be advised of the
following :
a. To consider the recommenda tions and conclusions contained in
the Housing Cos ts Study in planning relocation resources, especially
as they concern housing p r ef erences, timi ng of development of
resources, treatment of particular neighborhoods or sub-areas, the
style and cost of housing and full utilization of HUD-assisted
housing programs.
b. To coordinate the Study recommendat ions with proposed NDP activities
within the Model Cities Area.
c. To include in the Relocation Program for the Model Cities Area
the matters included in paragraph a ab ove, in addition to reviewing
estLuates of displacement found in the Study.
d. Relative to housing resources proposed for relocation of residents
in or from the Model Cities Area, displacement should not exceed the
supply of new housing which can be assured of development within the
same displacement period. In view of the experimental nature of t he
Model Cities effort and the . recommendations in the Study to use all
possible methods and programs to keep housing prices low, it may be
necessary and desirable to show resources on a year-to-year basis
with first year displacement limited to the resource supply for that
�2
year, allowing the time for development of innovative housing programs
and in attaining necessary sponsorship on an open-ended basis. This
would require assurance that displa cement and resource supply will be
reviewed annually wi t h ame nded Relocation Programs provided to HUD
for concurrence before displa cement occurs.
Sincerely yours,
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CITY HALL
June 3, 1969
ATLANTA, GA. 30303
Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404
IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR
R. EARL LANDERS, Admini strative Assistant
MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary
DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison
MEMORANDUM
To:
Mr. R . Earl Landers
From:
Subject:
Dan Sweat
Review of Code Enforcement Policy in Model Cities Area
Attache d is a copy of a m emor andum from Jim Wri ght to me
spelling out the revised policy of the Atlanta Housing Authority
and the City's H e-using Code Division in the Model Cities ar e a.
This came about as a result of probl ems b eing called to our
attention in the A d a ir Park Area w h e're the city had -compl e te d
a hous e by house rehabilitation program within the last few years.
You might r ecall at the time we were discussing the Model
Cities Pro g r am with r es idents of that area, the y were very
much concerned with hous ing code ac tivity which was going on
at that time .
We assured them we would not place them in double jeopardy
when the Model Citi e s Program started. There were indications
that we were doing this by requiring the same property owne rs
to bring th e ir prop e rty in line with th e new code s t anda rds of
th e Atlanta Housing Authority und er the Mod e l Citi e s Program.
This r ev i sed polic y was adopted ,after a m ee tin g in my offic e
with officials of the H o usin g Authority, the Buildin g Department
and M o d e l Cities.
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Mayor I van Allen, Jr.
Mr. Johnny R obinson
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OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM
673 Capitol Avenue, S.W.
Atlanta, Ga. 30315
404-524 -8876
Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor
J. C. Johnson, Director
MEMORANDUM
TO:
Mr. Dan Sweat
Director of Governmental Liaison
FROM:
Jame~ L. Wright , Jr.i~w,tt.
Director of Physical Develo~~ent
SUBJECT:
Atlanta Housing Authority and Housing Code Division
Activities in the Model Neighborhood Area
Attached hereto, is a revised copy of the policy regarding AHA
and Atlanta Housing Code Division in the Model Neighborhood
Area. The addendum to the original policy which was developed
in February of 1969, refers to properties wh ich have, in rec e nt
years, been brought up to City Housing Code standards. This
policy is outlined in paragraph 2 under the heading Rehabilitation
Policy - Model Ne ighb orhood Area .
The Atlanta Housing Authority will obtain a list of structures
·which have met Code Enforcement standards o f the City of
Atlanta Building Department in rec ent years. Owners whos e
properties currently meet these standards will have the
option of either taking advantage of possible grants or lo an s
under the Atlanta Housing Authority rehabilitation program
to meet project standards or continuing to maintain structures
in compliance with the City Housing Code .
. As you know, it was formulated by Messrs. Lester Persells, Executive
Director of Atlanta Housing Authority; C. M. Smith, Architectural
Engineer; James Smith, Chief Housing Code Inspector; Ma lcolm Jones,
Chairman of Housing Resources Committ ee; and myself, representing
the CDA. This agreement was reached during the meeting with you
in your offic e on May 26. The purpose is to provide the most
equitable arrangement to benefit property owners in the rehabilitation program.
cc :
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William Wofford
Lester Persel ls
C . M. Smith
Malcolm Jones
James Smith
Johnny Johnson
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OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM
673 Capitol Avenue, S.W.
Atlanta, Ga . 30315
404-524-8876
Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor
J. C. Johnson , Director
Policy Regarding Atlanta Housing Authority and
Atlanta Housing Code Division Activity in the
Model Neighborhood Area
Rehabilitation Policy - Model Neighborhood Area
The Atlanta Housing Authority will obtain a list of structures
which have met Code Enforcement standards of the City of Atlanta
Building Department in recent years. Owners whose properties
currently meet these standards will have the option of either
taking advantage of possible grants or loans under the Atlanta
Housing Authority rehabilitation program to meet project
standards or continuing to maintain structures in compliance
with the City Housing Code.
In rehabilitation areas other than those of current year action
areas, the City Building Department will participate on a
complaint investigation basis only. New enforcement cases will
be undertaken in accordance with De partment personnel capability
and on a full code compliance basis.
Demolition Policy - Model Neighborhood Area
The Atlanta Housing Authority is fully responsible for demolition
activities in NDP current year clearance action areas. When
emergency situations occur necessitating prompt action on particular
structures in th e clearance areas, the City Building Department
will become involved for enforcement efforts.
In demolition are a s other than those of current year action areas ~
the Building Depa rtment will become involved only on a compliant
basis to ef f e ct full code compliance with the e x c e ption that
generally no inst a ll a tion of a ddition a l equipme nt will be r e quired .
A possibl e excep tion will a rise if it is determin e d that the failure
to install a d dition a l equipment may r e sult in j e opardy to the h e alth ,
safety on general wel f are of a structures inhab itants.
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CITY OF .ATLANT.A
May 19, 1969
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OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM
673 Capitol Avenue , S.W.
Atlanta, Ga. 30315
404 -524-8876
Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor
J. C. Johnson, Director
M E MO R A N D U M

TO
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
FROM
Johnny C. Johnson, Director
SUBJECT:
Technical Assistance Funds
The attached spells out the requirements for training and
technical assistance funds in Model Cities.
been offered $70,000.
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BACKGROUND AND PU RPO SE:
The purpose o f thi s program -L s t o build t h e ea.p acity of HrY.lel Cit i e s
resid e nts i n
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l:e £-> p nJ k nn 1_.tlc rJgcah ly n nJ t:: f f ecti. v d .y to
th e r equi reme 1,t s of ti1 c f'hdc l CJ l:i·:!s P rogr2m 1:-y csto.bJ -~sh:fng responsi ble
neighborho o d ·orgarr.i.?.at k,n s s o thll t t li,~y c:nn asses s thci r prob 1 em s a nd ca. n
work e f fect ive l y wi th ci· .y gove n in1 e1:i and o th er l o<!al ins ti tu t:!. ons i n th e
planning . execu tio n t1nJ e \ ·a l u ti ur~
of pr,..,gn1rn s .
I t :i.s o ur und e r s tanding
tha t the H,>dc.,t Ci.Lie s .l\dm i n is L'ra t:i. n n a n d 0E0 will j oi n in this p ro jec t a s
part o f an ef f o rt t 0 bu -f.ld cffccti •,e a nd TE'. Gp ;i n s ibl(' commun ity p a rti c i p ation
and to make avai. l a bl e ft ncl~ u id <i.t;s i s t nnce to .od ~l n ei ghbor.ho d gro u ps 'f. n
both first
nd scc _ n
r oundcitie s .
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To p rov id e c it ze. ;;
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·ha d ive sily of experie nce end c apabi.lity
in lo c-n J :t nst:l tu t :ilH1c11 pl n ~r,jng , progt·n<n i ,nrteme ntat5. on an d
prog ram e v lua.: i on.
fun ct ion l y CAA
t1t1d
CD:\
(! i g ;1bnrh0,.)cl gn,ups a 1d to plan an d
m,,ve t 0 wa r d the nvcntuc\ l C'O n~;r.,lid a tiur of r~sidr~n t partic ip at i o n
lnhe1· rit. ;n rnaking t heir rraJ.ni ng, '. E:" l-mi.ca l assi st :illt::e , and p l anning
fu11ds a vail a ble i s t h e ass11i.1ptj on by or:o and HU.G t h at citize 1s l-u ve
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major rol e t o pl a y :i.n bo th t he Communi ty Ac t i on Prog r am and the
Model Citi es Program.
Further ~ bot h OEO' s and HUD' s philoso phy
,- -acknowledges th~ r ight of peo pl e aff ec ted by publi c pr og r ams
to h av e access t o and influ er.c e on t he proc e s s by whi ch dec ~s ions
abou t t he i r live s ~re made ;
-- a cce pts t h at ma ny of the be st i nte nt ioned of fi ci a ls a nd
~ echnici aris a r e o ften,
bi
the i r t rai ni ng, experi e nc e s , and
l ife-styl es , unfamiliar w:t.th o r even insens it i ve to t h e
prob lems a nd a s pi r at ions of mode l naigh borhood res ide nt s ;
therefo re , resident ideas and prior:i.ti e s can resu l t i n mp r e
re l evant , sensi t i~e , a nd eff ec tiv e plan
and programs;
-- r ecogni zes t hat the pr ocess o f participation makes it po si ble
for tho s e citi~en~ forme r ly out s ide t h e sy s t em to learn how it
functio ns a nd ho w to make it f unc t ion i n the ir i nt c r ~st - and
t hat the process mak e s it po ssib l e fo r r e s i de nts t o s t rengthe n
existing skil l s and to develop th e kind of new s kil ls needed
for ef fe ctive d . ti zcnsh:ip b eyo nd as we l l a s wi thin the Mo de l
Ci t i e s Progra m.
In ligh t of the above a nd in o r de ·· to ove rcome t hese probl ems , OEO
and HUD arc e ncou rag j ng CAAI s, CDA' s ond the ne i ghborhood g r oup s t o test thi s
te chnica l a s s is t ance st ra t egy t hrough the us e o f the s e f unds .
Funds
alloca te d to ne i ghborhood groups under t he s e g r a nts may be u sed to
prov :tde p l a nning , tra:f.ning and tecl n:f c al rws i<·tance se rvice s l o
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Staff.
3 . ·. Coll e ct i o n a nd lis ~;emi. niLU ,- n ::.i f r •J l.cv nn t infon11~t:fo n a h.o u t Mo de l
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Ci t: -J e s and rci1nted p rog r :, rns t o nl': i g hb o hoo d rE!s j_d e
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4 ,1 · ReLHi nfrig c1:, 11sult m1ts . l lD ,1y (•r. ;:;, c ornmu nit. y 0 1.·g an i z ers , planners,
a nd pb n ni ng.
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co n t r a. ct d:ir e c t i. y 1-,J t h o ·r._, a ni·-:.:at
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I' OCES 5 P..R IOR TO WOI,K J RO
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AA a nd CDA ~r1.l l di.c; c u !; s
11t :; r:n:og 1·,<;r:1.
(d c. t c i e n· ma i. ndc t· o E
s cnt e n(; e .)
2 , Th ey r-,i l.l d i.s c.:us '.,
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ne i gh borhood grou µs .
c:i · ccrnirn5. t nic fl i. fo:
th8 n e xt- t we lv e mo;i ths o f
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3.
Designa tion of neighborhood groups to pl!)-n t he program and
receive funds ,l~ th e C£1_A .a nd CD/L
4.
The neighbo rhood group with a. ~rnis t:a nce acceptable to ir from
th e CAA and CD;\ will rle cid0 who. t training and te chnical
assist a nc e they re qui re f or the devalopmen t of the propos~l
for neighborhood -g roup s up port f unds.
5.
If this assistanc e i s no t av a ilabl e in the c:i.ty , the CAA and
CDA wil ). make every e ffo r t to ob t a in it.
We. hope 0E0 and the
other Fe de r F.1 1, s tnt e and local age nc ie s invo lv e d i n the Model
Cities Progra m wi l l mak(? it ava.i lahle to the ne ighb orhoo d
group -- assistan c e whi ch f s a ccep t a ble to the group.
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If th e nei ghbo rhood group or grou ps f e e l tha t p r omised t r aining
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and tech~i c al a ~si st anc e i s not b e ing reGei ve d o r is inadequat e,
we, the CAA and CDA will use 2£!:. good offic e s to remedy t he
situation .
III. Wo rk Program.
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The neighbo r hood group with the above t echn ica l - a ssi s ta nee wi 11
pr.e pare a form l wri t te n a pp icatio n .
a s umma ry o f
Th ey wi lJ a l so prepar
LhaL a pp li ~at i 0n for ci r c ul a tio n to resident s of
th~ m del neighbod1ood.
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After the interim bonrd and/or membership o f the n e i.ghborhoocl
group has appr:ovcd the appUcation it should l e submit ted through
the CAA a nd CDA to
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and a copy se n t
to HUD.
l f CDA funds are
not included in the a pplica tio n , th ey must _be :integrated
i,nto the a.pplicatfon .
Pd.or to this submission, the CAA, CDA
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~s·a nd reside n t groups sha 11 me et together t o dis c uss t he:t 1:
re~ations h ip s
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l Lh i n t he fr a;11cwork of the proposa l .
Inc h ide d in th e: f inal o.ppliuLtion w J J. be a dc sc: r:i pt i ve
h istory of t h e wa ys in which th e steps in tl, e wo1:k p roces s
o u t l i n ed n bovo hAvc be e n me t.
The a p p li c ation wi ll al.l;o indic a t e t he ways CD.I\ funds a n d
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as si stanc e wi ll b e rna clc avai labl e to t h e neigh bo rh ood group .
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'f h e ap p ].icn t ion
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r:; how as speci.fica l l y a ~: pC1ssib l c wl, at
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kinds of a c t-:l.vi Uc s wi 11 he _u nch! r lak c n, wh e n an d h ow .
5 , Th e . a ppl_:lcation will a l so dcscr:i.be wha.t , when and how o f
t r aining dur i ng t h e program ye, ·r.
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The applic.:ation will als o specify lo\·1 con s ult a nts hired by
the nei ghb rl1ood group wi 11 b e account a ble to t he ne i.ghborhoocl
group or groups.
7.
'I'h e Hppl:t ca t.icn w:i.ll. a l so desc:d b c how t h is trnini.ng nnd
techni c a l assis t ance i s rc Ja t od l o Cl~ e nd CAA p l a ns end prcig r ams.
8.
The: wo rk p rog r am wi.11 Gpc ll out h i~i.ng pro ce dures:
pn rt:i cu l a rly
the righ t~ end rec, po ns :i.Lil:U- i e s of th e nc:i.ghbo r ho o cJ g 1-ollp,
the CAA and CDA.
9.
The wor1• prog uu n ui.l l al r-o i ndiq:1. t c by nanie wh e n \Ve.t- poss:i. bl e
specific C/\ /i-Cl)i\ s Loff. and sl aff of nc::iehhorhoo cl 01.;ganizations
who wi.11 b e i nv o l ved in imp l emc nti11g thr..! progn1m . .
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10.
We a r .e committed t o ob s erv i ng the t e r ms o f th e HUD/0E0
Agre ement o n l ocal coordina ti o n i n t h e de.vclopment a nd
of t h i s wo rk p r:ogta:n.
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o·f t h e n eighbo rhoo d g -roupc, wi l l o c cur no la t er
3d da y s a f t er the gra n t fu nds ha ve be en obliga ted.
The ne i ghbo r hoo d g r o up will compl e te th e t rai ni ng p l a n no
l ater tho~ 60 days a f t er .t he f unds have been obl iga t e d .
3.
The fir s t draf t o f t h e prop0 Dc1.l and the summary f o r
commur,j_caU.on t o ne1.gh bo rhoo ci r es i dents s hould b e c o111p l cted
no l a t er t han 75 day s after the f unds have bee n obl iga t ed .
4.
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The fina l wo rk p rogram wU l b e submitted no lat e r t h an 90
days aft er the gnrn t f unds have been obU ga t ed.
Budget
Sampl e CAP 2.5 .
. 80% Staff
20% space, overhead
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SPECIAL CONTHTTONS
The Region ma.y wan t t:o sped.a l c ond:L t::l on· the g rant to insure p e d .od:lc
progr.c s r. . ~po.r t s .
Ot:he r de ,, j r a ' 1 (, s p ~c :iJd e:ondi t. i ,) ns ~1hlch Re g i c, ns
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. may ,want to c r:i nw!.der a r e:
-1. . No funds und~t' thi !> g ran t 01..gh ... to h1:· expended un t il OEO approved
tlie 90 de.y propo s n l which
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emerg e 11 f r o m the work p r ogram de s cribe d
Incorpore.t ion :l.t, not ne c cssfn·y f or re l ease. o f .funds from 0 E0
provide d . t ha t. t he CAA i n conju nc t '. o n wi t h CDA llgree t o !=:Pend the
fu nd s as reque sted b·y t h e ne -.l g hbo dv o d ;_,,ro u p ~ind
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n d ·.~at e r,
he
mechanism with whi ch it wi ll ma ke fU:c al r:1c co·~intab:i. 1.i t v. to and
f o i:_ t h e group.

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