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CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
2614 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
ROBERT S. WIGGINS
MARTIN McFARL AND
EDWIN L . STERNE
RALPH C . JE N K I NS
JOHN E. DOUGHERTY
CHARLES M. LOKEY
THOMAS F . CHOYCE
JAMES B . PILCHER
HENRY L. BOWDEN
CITY
ATTORNE Y
FERRIN Y . MATHEWS
A SSOCIATE C ITY ATTORN EYS
ASSI S TANT Cl T Y A TTO R N E Y
July 14, 1969
HORACE T. WARD
DEPUT Y
CIT Y ATTORNE Y
ROBERT A . HARRIS
HENRY M. MURFF
CLAIMS A TT ORN E Y S
Mr . George J. Berry
Administrative Coordinator
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
JAMES B . Hl;NDERSON
SPE C IAL ASSOCIATE C I T Y
AT T O R NEY
Dear Mro Berry:
I am herewith re t urning sixteen (16) contracts concerning the
Atlanta Urban Corps and various colleges and universitieso
The foll owing sch ools were no t named in the resolution :
I ndiana Uni v ers ity
Mercer Univer sity
Oglethor pe College
Sou t hwe s tern at Memph is
Universit y of Pennsyl vania
It is necessary t hat a reso lution be passed cov ering these s chool s o
I have placed my signature on each contract in two different places
but was not able t o t ype above my signature ,rApproved As To Form"
on all of t h e contracts . Before the c optra9ts are finally executed ,
I hope that it will be pos s ible to pl -c,e-aitov e my name "Approved
As To Form. "
To Ward
City Attorney
H'IW/cj
Enclosures
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Office of the Mayor
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
RESOLUTION BY FIN.L\NCE COMMITTEE
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY
OF ATLANTA that the resolution approved on May 19, 1969 authorizing the Mayor
to approve contracts with various universities and colleges to provide financial
support for summer interns under the College Work Study Program be and is
hereby amended to add the following colleges and universities:
Indiana University
Mercer University
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Southwestern at Memphis
University of Pennsylvania
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CITY
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ATL\NTA, GEORGIA
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RESOLUTION BY
FINANCE COMMITTEE
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR A.ND BOA.RD OF
ALDERHEN OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA that the Mayor is hereby
authorized to enter into contracts with Atlanta University,
Clark College, Emory University, DeKalb Junior College,
Georgie Tech, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College, Spelman
College, Georgia State Colle ge, Marsh Drau ghon Business College;
Fort Valley State College, Fort Vall~y, Georgia, University of
Georgia, A.thens, Brown University , Providence, Rhode Island,
Cornell University, Itheca, New York, Brandeis University, Watham,
Hassachuset ts, Edward Waters Colle ge, J_ack sonvi lle, Florida,
Hamilton Colle ge, Clinton, New York, Friendship Colle ge , Rock Hill,
South Carolina, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois,
- ·· University of the -South,-Sc-ranee..,_ .Te nngs~e_e, Paine Colleg e, Augusta,
C.::cr 6 ~2., Ve.s~.::ir Colle ge, Pou ghkeepsie, New York, West Georg ia Colle g·e,
Carrollton, Geor gia, Tougaloo College, Tou gaioo, ~i~ a : s sipF~.
Yeshiva College, New York City, New York, Georgia Coll eg e at Milled geville,
Georgia, for the purpose of funding Surruner Interns under the
College Wor k Study Program as set forth in the Economic Opportunity
Act of 1964, Title 1, Part C.
The purpose of t his resolution is to provide the Mayor with the
authority to approve the contracts with the City and various
universities and colleges to provide financial support for surrnner
interns und~r the College Work Study Pro gram.
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MA Y 23 1969
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CITY HALL
ATL\.NTA., GECJ!{GIA
A RESOLUTION BY
FINANCE COMMITTEE
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ~AYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERl-IEN OF THE CITY
OF ATLANTA that the Mayor is hereby authorized to enter into
contracts with the American Cancer Society, Atlanta Girl's Club,
Atlanta Urban League, Atlanta Youth Council, Butler Street Y}1CA,
Center of the Arts, Atlanta Service Learning Conference, Atlanta
Jewish Community Center, Christian Council of the Atlanta Area,
Cobb-Marietta· Library, Decatur City Government, Decatur-DeKalb
YMCA, DeKalb County Government, Community Council of the Atlanta
Area, Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts of America, Department of Catholic
Social Services, Emory Community Legal Services Center, Employment
Service, GRETA, Ame rican Medical Association, Georgia Nedical Association,
Gate City Nursery Association, Grady Homes Girl& Club, Geor gia Easter
Seal Society, Family Counseling Center, Fulton County Health Department,
Fulton County Gove r nme n t, Fulton Count y School System, Economic
Opportunity Atlanta I nc., Hillsi de Cottage s, Grady Hos pi t al, }fe tropolitan
Atlanta Housing Conference, Kennesaw National Park, National Welfare
Rights Organization, Georgia State Departm~nt of Educational Psychology,
Nationai Alliance i:ur :Ou.:;.i..a2 .;.;, l..i :: :::::.:.t:::- '2 _~_-:1:i0r1 F01_ nrl.::i. t i on. Southern
Regional Education Board, Me tropolitan Atlanta Boys Club, }1ennoni t e
House, Kirkwood Christian Center , Phy llis 1·:heatley YHCA, TI1CA o f t he
Atlanta Ar ea, St. Vincent de Paul So c iety , Sara h D. Mu rp hy Home , Rice
Memorial Presby terian Church, Visi t ing Nur se s Associ at i on, Nei ghb orhood
Services, Inc., Urban Laboratory in Education, Vine City Child Development
Center, Decatur City School System, DeKalb County School Sy stem,
Wheat Street . Baptist Church to provide fundin g and administrational
costs related to summer interns to be assi gne d by the Urban Corps
to thes e a gencies.
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The purpose of this resolution is to authorize the Mayor to enter into
contracts providing for their contributions to the City for salaries
and administrative costs of summe r int e rns assi gned to these a gencies
by the Atlanta Urb a n Corps.
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Ivan Al.len, Jr .
City of AtJ.enta
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68 Mitchell Stre
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Atlanta. Geol"gia
Mayor All n :
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21, 1969, 1:0 earning n· :tion Uy prom.u1ant
lt it" (Mqor Lin
in articular) tor our Ur
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ATlANTA VRBAN CORPS
30 COURTL AN D STREET , N . E .
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PHONE [404]
524 -8091
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ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303
July 15, 1969
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City of Atlanta
City Hall
68 Mitchell Street, S. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
During our discussion May 21, 1969, concerning a nationally prominent
speaker (Mayor Lindsay in particular) for our Urban Corps intern orientat ion, you mentioned the possibility of visiting Mayor Lindsay in New
York, as an alternative for publicity purposes since New York had pioneered in the Urban Corps concept.
Last weekend I mentioned your idea to Dr. Timothy Costello, Vice-Mayor,
City of New York, at Mayor Lindsay's office during a series of meetings
about student intern programs. Vice-Mayor Costello apo],ogized for Mayor
Lindsay not being able to come to Atlanta for our orientation but was
most enthusiastic about your idea of visiting New York. He asked me to
see if you would be interested in such a visit during August even though
we have established our Urban Corps program for this year. Dr. Costello
said such a visit would be "most c onstructive for Mayor Lindsay ."
I will be glad to request additional details on such a visit if you desire.
Sincerely,
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WILLIAMS
Director
SAM A.
SAW: sz
cc :
Dan Sweat
�LOWA.NCE CLINIC
46 FIFTH STREET,
MASON I. LOWA NC E, M. D.
N.E .
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308
EDGAR M. D UNSTAN, M.D.
H AYWOOD N. HILL ,M.D.
JOHN O. ELLIS, M .D.
CARLOS A. STUART, M.D.
NAT A. THORNTON , M. D.
DONA LD MCLEAN, M.D.
July 15, 1969
S. ROBERT LATHAN, M.D.
Office of the Mayor
Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Today I saw Emanuel Harris Berk, an ~. intern in your office .
He had physical find ings and confirmatory lab oratory findings
of infectious mononucle osis.
I suggested t hat h e has complete
rest for 2 wee ks , after whi c h time he wi ll be re- e valuated by
his local physician.
Thank you very much for sendi ng him to see us.
Sincerely,
Donald C. McLean , M. D.
DCMcL:sh
�ATLAN 'f A VRDAN C, ,l PS
30 COU R TL AN D STF1EET . N.E . /
PHONE ( 404] 525-2662
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ATLANTA , GE O RG I A 30303
AGREEMKNT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLPliJTA URBA.Ilf CORPS AI'ill A NON- CITY OF ATL.1\.1'1TA AGENCY
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TO:
FROM :
T}IB CITY OF ATLA.i'lTA URB..l\.N CORPS
Departmen t of Justice
I r.nnie r ati.ori & N.:=1 i- 11 r,-:-iliz:, t- ; c I' Sp n r jcc .
Hereafter called the ".Agency "
(Name of Agency )
P. O. Box 10127, Richmond, Va.
23240
(Address)
Whereas· the above named Agency , a public _ :i;i,v.£t@ -rc-R-~pr:Gfi t- ( delete one)
organi zat i on desires to participate in the Atlanta Urb an Corps, a pr ogra.111 operated
under· t he Mayor 's office of the City of Atlanta, and in cons iderat i on for the a ssign-
ment of Urban Corps student i nterns to the l1gency, we do hereby agree to the · following
terms and conditions:
(1) The Urban Corps shall have the r ight to approve or reject requests for
student interns submitted by this agency upon forms provided for that purpose by the
Urban Corps •
(2)
will select from
r eferred
The Agency smct;,3.'>{¼ct;±l7.Z£Bcs:a.ch student s a s may be :as:s:ig-ned t o i t in
accordance with t he specific ations set forth in its ,~citten request t o the Urban Corps,
and shall i mmediat ely notify the Urban Corps of any change in nature of assignment,
duties, supervisor or work location.
(3)
'I'he Agency shall provide such students as may be assigned. to it with a.
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s afe place to work and with adequate responsible supervision .
(4)
The Urban Corps shall have the right to inspect at any time the work
bei ng performed by suc.h students as may b e assigned to the Agency, and shall have the
right to / nt~rview such students and their supervisors .
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(5) ' The Urban Corps sha.1 1 have the right to require such students as me.y
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assigned to th8 Agency to attend such general or special meetings, or to appear at the
Urban Corps office , individual~y o~
functioning at' the progra-n .-
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In accordance with the requirements of the Federal l aw work perfcrr.:ed
�by such students as may be a ssigned to the Agency shall
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be in the public interest;
b.
will not result in the displacement of employed workers or
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irapair existing contracts for services;
c.
does not involve the construction, operation, or maintena..YJ.ce
of so much of any f a cility as is used, or is to be used, for sectarian
instruction or a s a place for religious worship, and;
d.
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does not involve any partisan or nonpartisan political activity
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associated with a candidate, or contending faction or group, in an
election for public or party office.
(7)
The Agency shall require such students as may be assigned to it to
submit time reports and fo]low such other procedu.revay be established by the
Urban Corps .
or the Agenc y
(8)
The Urban Corps/shall have the right to remove any student assigned
to the Agency from said assignment and from the Agency at any time for any reason
or th e A gency
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without prior notice, and the Urban Corps/shall not be obligated to replace said
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student.
(9)
The Agency war~'ants that it is in compliance with the provisions of
the Civil Rtg~~ Act of 1964 (P.L.
88-352,
78 Stat. 252).
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Urban Corps and the City of Atlanta from all claims, caus es or actions which may
result from the assignment of students to the Agency.
(11)
The City of Atlanta Urban Corps shall be deemed the employer fo .~·
purposes of this agreement, with the ultimate right to control and direct t h2
services of such students as may be assigned to the Agency.
Inter ns shall be de :::: : -: · '
as "casual" employees of the City of Atlanta and subject to fringe benefit l i~·:,.,_-:,: ·
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�impo sed on "casual " employees of s a i d city.
The Agen cy ' s rights shall be limit ed
to the direction o f the i mmed i ate details a nd means by which the resu lt is to be
acco mplished.
The Urban Corps sha ll be wholly responsible for securing the com-
(12)
pensation of such students as ma y be assigned to the Agency, except that the Agency
shall bec ome fully liable for such sums as may be due to provide the proper compensation in the event tha t the Agency, eithe r knowingly or unknowing ly, violates any
applicable pr ovi sions of law or the terms of this agreement .
(13)
The Agency share of stud en t ex pense is 20% of the intern's gr os s
earnings, Wor kmen's Compensation cos ts to the Urba n Corps, employer's share of
Social Security and an amount equal to 5% of the intern's gross earn ings for
administrative costs to the Urban Corps and the City of Atlanta.
Time and att end-
ance reports sha ll be submitted to the Urban Corps by the Agency after comp letion
of each bi-week ly work per iod.
The Urban Corps sha ll invoice the Agency on the
ba sis of the time and att endan ce reports and payme nt will be due upon receipt of
such invoi ce.
Each invoice will include a summar y of hours of work, payroll cost s
incurred , the Agency share of payroll costs and related expenses.
Remittance to
the Urban Corp s shal l be made paya ble to the Atlanta Urba n Cor ps, City of Atlanl _ .
It is agreed that int erns shall be paid at the rate of $1.80 per hour .
Jun e
10th
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Dated this
FOR THE AGENCY:
Authorized
P. C. Cl ~ on
Associate Deputy Regiona l
Comm ission e r , t-:a nagement
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Based upon the statements and affirmations :rrade by the .A.gency through
the above document, the Urba.11. Corps, acting by and through the Mayor of the City of
Atlanta , hereby agrees to'..the assigm!lent of students to said .A gencies , in accordanc e
"\'rlth said document and the applicable laws and regulations.
Dated
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
City Clerk
SEAL
�ATLANTA VRDAN CORPS
30 COURTLAND STREET. N .E . /
PHONE (404] 525 -2662
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ATLANTA URBAliI CORPS AND A NON-CITY OF ATLANTA AGENCY
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THE CITY OF ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
Hereafter called the "Agency"
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Whereas the above named Agency, a public private non-profit (delete one)
organization desires to participate in the Atlanta Urban Corps, a program operated
under the Mayor's office of the City of Atlanta, and in consideration for the assignment of Urban Corps student interns to the Agency, we do hereby agree to the following
terms and conditions:
(1)
The Urban Corps shall have the right to approve or reject requests for
student interns submitted by this agency upon forms provided for that purpose by the
Urban Corps .
(2)
The Agency shall utilize such students as may be assigned to it in
accordance with the specifications set forth in its written request to the Urban Corps,
and shall irmnediately notify the Urban Corps of any change in nature of assignment,
duties, supervisor or work location.
(3)
The Agency shall provide such students as may be assigned to it with a
safe place to work and with adequate responsible supervision.
(4)
The Urban Corps shall have the right to inspect at any time the work
being performed by such students as may be assigned to the Agency, and shall have the
right to interview such students and their supervisors.
(5)
The Urban Corps sha.11 have the right to require such students as may be
assigned to the Agency to attend such general or special meetings, or to appear at the
Urban Corps office, individually or as a group, as shall be necessary for the proper
f'unctioning of the program.
(6)
In accordance with the requirements of the Federal law work performed
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by such students as may be assigned to the Agency shall - - - - a.
be in the public interest;
b.
will not result in the displacement of employed workers or
impair existing contracts for services;
c.
does not involve the construction, operation, or maintenance
of so much of any facility as is used, or is to be used, for sectarian
instruction or as a place for religious worship, and;
d.
does not involve any partisan or nonpartisan political activity
associated with a candidate, or contending faction or group, in an
election for public or party office.
(7)
The Agency shall require such students as may be assigned to it to
submit time reports and follow such other procedures as may be established by the
Urban Corps .
(8)
The Urban Corps shall have the right to remove any student assigned
to the Agency from said assignment and from the Agency at any time for any reason
without prior notice, and the Urban Corps shall not be obligated to replace said
student.
(9)
The Agency warrants that it is in compliance with the provisions of
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (P.L.
(10)
88-352, . 78 Stat. 252).
The Agency shall indemnify, protect and hold harmless the AtJanta
Urban Corps and the City of Atlanta from all claims, causes or actions which may
result from the assignment of students to the Agency.
(11)
The City of Atlanta Urban Corps shall be deemed the employer for
purposes of this agreement, with the ultimate right to control and direct the
services of such students as may be assigned to the Agency .
Interns shall be designated
as "casual" employees of the City of Atlanta and subject to fringe benefit limitations
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�imposed on "casual" employees of said city.
The Agency's rights shall be limited
to the direction of the immediate details and means by which the result is to be
accomplished.
(12)
The Urban Corps shall be wholly responsible for securing the com-
pensation of such students as may be assigned to the Agency, except that the Agency
shall become fully liable for such sums as may be due to provide the proper compensation in the even that the Agency, either knowingly or unknowingly, violates any
applicable provisions of law or .t he tenns of this agreement.
The Agency shall, by June 9, 1969, advance to the Urban Corps an
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a.mount eq14 i t ef1$'250.oe per intern. This money shall be used as the Agency's 20%
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.., share of the intern' s gross earnings , Wo_rkmen' s Compensation costs to the Urban Corps,
employer's share of Social Security and an amount equal. to
5%
of the intern's gross
earnings for administrative costs to the Urban Corps and the City of Atlanta.
The
Agency shall, upon written request of the Urban Corps, provide such additional fUL,ds
as may be requ:iJred where the amount previously advanced by the Agency proves inadequate.
The Urban Corps shall, within sixty (60) days after the tennination of work of such
students as were assigned to the Agency, return to the Agency such of its funds as
were not required under the tenns of this Agreement.
Remittance to the Urban Corps
shall be made payable to the Atlanta Urban Corps, City of Atl~ ~ 11,
Number of interns
nated this ~
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Based upon the statements and affinnations IJRde by the Agency through
the above document, the Urban Corps, acting by and through the Mayor of the City of
Atlanta, hereby agrees to the assignment of students to said Agencies, in accordance
with said document and the applicable laws and regulations.
Dated
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
City Clerk
SEAL
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�CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
July 11, 1969
TO:
George Berry
FROM:
Linda Ander son
SUBJECT:
Urban Corps
Agreement wi th Educational Advisors
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Attached is a revised draft of the above agreement which
you might like to submit to the Ass ociat e City Attorney for
approval as to form.
As you will note, the only changes from the original draft
are contained in Section 2 where a control feature has been
incorporated to provide for payment of a sum less than the
total amount of $1,000oOO if for some reas on any of the Educational Advisors fails to render services for the entire
period contemplated by the Urban Corps.
This modification wa s coordinated with Inman Dean of the Urban
Corps who advises that it is satisfactory both to the Urban
Corps and the individuals who have a greed to become Educational Advisors for the current year.
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LA:lek
cc:
Charles L. Davis
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July 7, 1969
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GEORGIA, FULTON COUNTY
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This Agreem~nt made and entered into on the _____ day
of July, 1969, by and between the City of Atlanta, a municipal
corporation of the State of Georgia, hereinafter, referred to as
"City", and ______________ , an individual residing in
the State of Georgia hereinafter referred to as "Contractor."
WI T N E S S E T H
WHEREAS, City is engaged in a project which is termed the
1969 Atlanta Urban Corps Project and which is designed to employ
young college students within city government and other local agencies
so as to provide an effective ex tension of their learning experience
into the modern urban environment; and
WHEREAS, there is a need for professional assistance in the
conduct of such a project and Contractor is qualified and is agreeable
to providing such services,
NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual covenants
herein contained, it is agreed between the parties hereto as follows:
Section 1
During 1969, Contractor shall act as Educational Advisor to
the 1969 Urban Corps Project and shall perform duties which shall
include but not be limited to job visitation with the interns and
agency supervisors, planning and conducting education seminars for
small groups as well as all interns, working in coordination with
our field evaluation staff to insure job relevancy and education
si gnificance of the program for each intern, assisting the intern
in his articulation of his experience and other counseling and
advisory duties connected with the program.
Section 2
For the services performed as outlined in Section (1) above,
City shall compensate Contractor in the total amount of $1,000.00.
Said amount is to be paid in four installments of $250 . 00 each at the completion
of a proportionate amount of the total service to be rendered. Each
installment will become due providing said service has been or is being
rendered on the following dates : July 23, 1969, August 6, 1969,
August 20, 1969 and the final installment after the intern's reports
have been edit~d and approved by the Contractor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The parties have caused their hands and
seals to be hereunto affix ed the day and year fir st above written.
CITY OF ATLANTA
I Witness
By
Mayor
Witne ss
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Approved :
Contractor
Approved as to Form:
�CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
2614 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
ROBERT S. WIGGINS
MARTIN McFARLAND
EDWIN L. STERNE
RALPH C . JENKINS
JOHN E . DOUGHERTY
CHARLES M. LOKEY
THOMAS F . CHOYCE
JAMES B . PILCHER
HENRY L . BOWDEN
CIT Y
ATTORNEY
FERRIN Y . MATHEWS
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNE Y
July 11, 1969
A SSOCIATE CITY ATTORNEYS
HORACE T . WARD
DEPUT Y
CIT Y
A TTO BN E Y
ROBERT A . HARRIS
HENRY M. MURFF
Mr. George J. Berry
Administrative Coordinator
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
CLAIMS ATTORNE Y S
JAMES B . HENDERSON
SPECIAL ASSOCIATE CIT Y
ATTORNEY
Dear Mr. Berry:
I am herewith returning to you contracts concerning Roger Rupnow,
Carl J . Wiecks, Roger Whedon, and Patrick Ntu~oguo
Wi t h best regards, I am
• Ward
Ci ty Attorney
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Enclosure
�ATLANTA VRBAN CORPS
30 COURTL A ND STREET . N .E . /
PHONE [404] 525 -2662
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AT L ANTA , GEORG I A 30303
July 14, 1969
To :
George Berry
From:
Re:
Irunond Deen
Atlanta Children and Youth Services Counc i l
George :
According to Linda Anderson's report we owe the Atlanta Children and
Youth Servi ces Council $1,315.11.
According to our record we owe them $1,368.97.
In addi t i on to the items shown i n your records , our books i ndi cate we
owe the following :
1.
$20.00
2.
$33, 86
postage-Atlanta Children and Youth Servi ces
Council
Carithers , Wallace , Courtney
A discrepancy was noted in reference to FICA withholdings for Dianne .
Wilson. You show 37.48 . Our books s how 37. 80.
A miscellaneous requisiti on is attached for the amount your recor ds
indi cate.
ILD :pch
�CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
2614 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
ROBERT S. WIGGINS
MARTIN McFARLAND
EDWIN L. STERNE
RALPH C . JENKINS
JOHN E . DOUGHERTY
CHARLES M. LOKEY
THOMAS F . CHOYCE
JAMES B . PILCHER
HENRY L . BOWDEN
CIT Y
ATTOR N E Y
FERRIN Y . MATHEWS
ASSOC I ATE CIT Y
A S S IST A NT CITY ATTORNE Y
July 15, 1969
ATTORNEYS
HORACE T. WARD
DEPUT Y
CIT Y ATTOR!'JE Y
ROBERT A . HARRIS
HENRY M. MURFF
CLAIMS ATTORNE Y S
Mro George Jo Berry
Administrative Coordinator
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Re:
JAMES B . HENDERSON
SPECIAL ASSOCIATE CIT Y
ATTORNEY
Proposed Contracts With Public and
Private Non-Profit Agencies
Dear Mr . Berry:
I have examined t he twenty-five (25) contracts between t he At lanta
Urban Corps and cer tain private and public non- profit associations .
I have a lso examine d t he r esolut ion appoint ed May 21 , 1969 aut hor i z ing
·
t he Mayor t o execut e contract s wi t h certain agencies o
I t does not appear t hat the fol l owing agencies a r e listed i n t he
re solut i on: Atlanta YWCA , Cen t er f or Research I n Soc i al Change Emor y University, Department of Jus t ice - Immigr a t ion and Naturalization Service, Ea s ter Seal Rehab i l ita t ion Center, Hardee Circle
Art Center , Kirkwood Communi ty Chur ch , and Sout hwe s t YMCAo
It might be t h at s ome of t he s e agencies a re covered by other name s
or mi ght be under certain parent or ganization s o
It would be necessary t hat a r e so l u tion be pass e d covering t he above
lis t ed a genc i es.
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Ward
Deputy City Attorney
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Office of the Mayor
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
RESOLUTION BY FINANCE COMMITTEE
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE
CITY OF ATLANTA that the resolution adopted May 21, 1969 authorizing
the Mayor to execut·e contracts with certain agencies for the support of the
Atlanta Urban Corps Project be amended to add the following additional
agencies:
Atlanta YWCA, Center for Research in Social Change - Emory University,
Department of Justice - Immigration and Naturalization Service, Easter
Seal Rehabilitation Center, Hardee Circle A rt Center, Kirkwood · Community
Church, and Southwest YMCA.
�July 15, 1969
MEMORANDUM
To:
Inmond Deen
From:
George Berry
Subject: Cash Receipts, Atlanta Urban Corps Project
I am enclosing a copy of a memorandum received this date from Linda Anderson
in the Finance Department. You will note that she has established account numbe:rs
for the three external sources of funds for the Urban Corps Project.
We have a system of cash reports to control the various receipts of the City. As
you receive funds f~om any source, please coordinate and deposit with this office
o that we can insure that they are credited to the proper account.
GB:je
Enclosure
�CITY OF AT LANT A
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
July 11, 1969
TO:
George Berry
FROM:
Linda Anderson~
SUBJECT:
Urban Corps Resolution of June 16, 1969
In ac cordanc e with your instructions, I requested Doris
Wi lliams t o assign numbers to t he revenue accounts included
on your budget re solution of June 16, 1969. They are as
follows:
G-16-7640, Grants , Non- Profit Agenc ies
G-16-7645 , Grants, College Work Study Program
G-16-7650, Grants, Private Contributions
As you will remember, the
to the resolution when it
These new numbers will be
resolution on file in the
last two digits were not added
wa s typed in our department.
added to the original of the
Clerk's office.
LA
LA: lek
�July 16, 1969
Mr~ Sam Williams
Director
Atlanta Urban Corps
30 Courtland Street, N. E .
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Sam :
I am enclo ing two copi es each of the full y executed greements ~th Carl Wiecke ,
Patrick Ntukogu, Roger Whedon, and the Georgia In titute of Technology (Rog r
Rupnow) . The e agreement provide f or their servic es as Educational Advisors
to your project.
You should retain one of the copi e for your file and forward the other to the
contractor . l m forwarding the original copy of e c;;h contract t o the Director
of Finance with a copy of thi letter to be filed in the offi cial contract fil o1 the
City. Concurr ntly, I am l o forwardina to him four (4) misc llaneoua requisition for the first in tallment du under these gre m nt • I m skin lum to
prep re the checks and r turn th m to me and I will advia you when they r
ready.
Plea e not your records so th t you will initi t
miec llaneou
thes check in ccord nc
ith th due dat
tabli bed in th
Enclo ures
.Attachm nt
cc: Ch rl • L. D via
bbc: Urban Corps Project File /
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r quisition for
r ementa .
�July 16. 1969
Mr . Sam Williams
Director
.Atlanta Urban Corps
30 Courtland Street, N. E .
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Sam :
1 am enclo ing the agreements with several colleges and universities providing
for their participation in the Urban Corps Project through the College Work
Study Program . They are fully executed except for your signature . Pl a e
approve in the sp ce provided for the Director of the Ur n Corps and return
the o:dginal of each agreement to thi office . This copy i ne c e sary for
filing in the city' official contract file in th Department of Finance .
The other copy, of cour e, hould be transmitted fo the in titution involved.
There wer several agr ements th t were not pecified by the authorizing
resolution and, consequently, have not been executed a yet. An amending
re olution naming the e school has been prepared and the b lane of the
agreement will follow oon fter the n xt meetin of th Board of Aldermen.
Very truly your ,
to?
Geor
O:JB:Je
Enclosures
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NATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Document Number 3
URBAN CORPS - COLLEGE
·CONTRACTUAL .. ARRANGEMENTS ·
by
Michael B. Goldstein·
Director
Urban Corps National Development. Office .
January 1969
OFFICE
�Document Number 3: Urban Corps-College Contractual Arrangement s
This is the third in a series of studies prepared by the
Urban Corps National Devefopment Office under a grant from
the Ford Foundation on the concept, development and operation
.
of an Urban Corps student urban involvement program.
Additional copies of this report, and further information
concerning Urban Corps programs may be obtained by writing:
Michael B. Goldstein
Director
Urban Corps National Development Office
250 Broadway
New York, N. Y. 10007
Telephone: Area Code 212
964-5552
�1
The Federal College Work-Study Program (CWSP), Title IV -C
of the Higher Education Act of 1965, provides the primary source of funds
for the compensation of college students taking part in an Urban Corps.
These Federal funds are granted to participating colleges, which in
turn may disburse them to an off-campus employer such as an Urban
Corps.
The U.S. Office of Education, which administers CWSP, requires a written agreement between participating colleges and any offcampus user of Work-Study funds. 1
Most colleges participating in CWSP have developed,forms of
agreement for use by public and private non-profit agencies to which
their work-study students are assigned.
However in many cases
these agreements are drafted from the point of view of the college
dealing with a large number of small off-campus agencies, and therefore may often contain provisions not applicable to a central Urban
Corps program.
Experience has demonstrated that it is therefore use-
ful to provide the colleges with a form of agreement drafted specifically
for the Urban Corps.
The relative responsibilities of the city and the
college may be more explicitly set fo r th, a proc e dure preferable to
attempting the modification of an agreemen t designed for a different
type of rel a t i onship.
11968 CWSPManual (hereafter cited as " Manual") Sec. 517 (D) .
�2
Of course, the college retains full freedom of contract; and
i :': should not be inferred that any form of agreement presented by the
city is non-negotiable.
The college is required by Federal law to
maintain responsibility for certain aspects of its CWSP program, and
the agreement should recognize t h is mandate.
The agreement must cover the following statutory areas:
1. The public (or private n on-profit)
status of the Urban Corps.
2. Work performed under the agreement
will be in the public interest . 3
3. Work perfo r med under the agreement
will not result in the displacement of employed
workers or impair e x isting contracts for services. 4
4. Work performed under the agreement
will be gove r n e d by s uch conditions of employr;.·ient
as w ill be a p propr iat e and reasonable in light of such
f a ctors as typ e of w ork p e rfo r med , geographical regi o n
and proficiency of t h e employee. 5
2 High er Edu c ation A c t o f 1965 (hereaft er cite d a s HEA) Sec. 444 (a ) (l);
M anual S e c . 157 (A ) .
4
5
HEA Sec. 444 (a ) (1) (A ) ; Manual Sec. 519 (A).
HEA Sec . 444 (a) (1) (B);
Manual Sec. 519 (B).
�5. Work performed under the agreement
will not involve the construction, operation or maintenance of so much of any facility as is used or is to
be used for sectarian instruction or as a place for religious worship. 6
6. Maximum weekly hours will not exceed
forty nor will students be permitted to work in excess
of an average of fifteen hours per week while regular
classes are in session, except as otherwise provided
by law. 7
7. Establish the Federal (college) share of
the compensation at a level not to exceed eighty percent,
except where the Commissioner of Education determines
that a greater Federal shar e is r equired in the furtherence
of the purposes of the legi slati on. 8
The U.S. Office of Educati on further requires the college a s
part of t heir CWSP fundin g contract s w ith the Fede r a l gove rnment t o
ag re e to t he following limita tions , which s hould b e include d in the c o llegeUrban C o rps agreement :
1. Wo rk perfo rmed u nder t he agreement
will n ot involve p o litic a l activity o r w o rk for any
political party. 9
2. P articipati ng students will be reasonably s u p e rvised. 1 0
6
HEA Sec. 444 (a ) (1) (C); Manual Sec. 519 (C) .
7 HEA Sec. 444 (a) (4).
8 HEA Sec . 444 (a) (6).
9Manual Sec. 519 (D).
10
Manual Sec. 517 (C).
�4
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides that employment under
Federally-aided programs must be without regard to race, color or
national origin; therefore the college- Urban Corps agreement should
specify compliance with this statute.
The college- Urban Corps agr_eement should also unambiguously
indicate the identity of the City as the employer of participating students11 and specify the following procedural areas:
1. Right of the Urban Corps to accept and
reject students referred by the college.
2. Right of the Urban Corps to remove
and/or transfer participating students.12
3.
Rates of pay and duration of program . 13
4. Proc edure for t he payment of students ,
inclu ding the proced ures invol ved in the transfe renc e
of C WS P funds from the college to the Ur ban Corps.
5. Re s pon s ibilit y for t he w ithholding and
payment of approp riate t axes a nd other employer
respons ibilities .
11 A discussion of the importance of identifying the city as the employer
will be found in the Urban Corps National Development Office report
on II Legal Considerations of an Urban Corps. "
12 The U. S. Office of Education has indicated that it would look with
disfavor upon the arbitrary exercise of such authority.
13 This may be by reference.
�5
Despite the fact that the city is the employer of participating
students under an Urban Corps program, the college remains primarily
responsible to the U.S. Office of Education for the use of CWSP funds.
Therefore, the college- Urban Corps agreement should grant the college
access to the following information:
1. The identity of supervisors and the right
to inspect work locations.
2. Certification of the hours worked by each
student, gross and net wages paid and evidence of payment.
3. Such other information as may be requ,lred
of the college by the U.S. Office of Education.14
Because the college- Urban Corps agreement requires the
commitment of public funds by both parties, it is important that appropriate officials execute tt,e agreement and that there is affirmation that
the signatories are authorized to enter into such an agreement.
Lo c al laws may require additional authorizations for such an
agreement or may specify the form of such agreement .
T he information
provided herein is for guidance only and is not to be c onstrued as limiting
the authority of the city to modify or r edesign the agreement to meet its
requirements.
14For example, gross payments to each student, deductions and proof
of payment.
�6
It should likewise be noted that while the college is free to
negotiate specific terms or to request the drafting of an individualized
agreement, nothing in the applicable Federal law or regulations requires the acceptance of the college's form of agreement nor prevents
the college from accepting a form of agreement presented by the city.
Questions concerning the applicability of Federal law and
regulations to the terms of a college- Urban Corps agreement should
be directed to the Regional Office of the U.S. Office of Education or
to its College Work-Study Program Branch, Bureau of Highel,", Education,
Washington, D. C. 20202.
The following sample agreement, wit h section .. by~seetion
analysis, is provided for your guidwe ill..D-egot:1,a.tlna and <lr&it'ug .a
suitable college-Urban _C orps agreement.
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The first paragraph (lines 1-8) establishes the date of execution
(inserts 1, 2, &3), the legal name of the contracting college (insert 4),
the ident ity of the city (inse r t 5), the nature of the Urban Corps as a
public agency, and the contracting authority on the part of the city (insert 6}.
6 ).
At line 3, the words "Urban Corps" may be deleted and the city
itself made the contracting party, if that better suits local practice.
Similarly, a supervising agency may be inserted at 6 (lines 7-8), as:
"acting by and through the City Administrator of the City of New York."
The following three paragraphs (lines 9-22) establish the public
interest and need for the pro gr am a n d. identify the Federal program involved
therein. (Insert at 7 the n a.rne of city)
Paragraph 11 FIRST 11 establishes the right of the city to exercise
its discretion as to the acceptan ce of students made availa ble by the participating college (lines 25-26). The incorpor ation of schedules indicating
type of work, n u m b er of students, hours, rate of pay and dura tio n is also
spe cified (lines 26-33.). A s 21~ple sche dule will be found at page Agreement p. 7.
�SAMPLE FORM
1
OF
AGREEMENT
This Agreement, r.tade this [l] day of [2) , 19 [3] ,
(41
, herein called the
2
is entered into between
3
11
4
a public organization within the _meaning of that term as
5
defined in the regulations of the Department of Health,
6
Education and Welfare governing the College Work-Study
7
Program, herein called t:he .,Agency
8
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WUEREAS, the Institution ·and the Agency desire to enter
10
into an agreement pursuant to Title I V, Part C of the Higher
11
Educa tion Act of 1955 (P.L. 89-329) as amended, . and the re-
12
gulations of t:he Der a rtment of Health, Education and Welfare
13
applict bJ:.e thereto, in order to promote, foster and develop
14
the
·15
for the purpose
16
to students eligible to participate in the College T·York-
17
Study Program and to ·e njoy the ~~tual benefits arising from
18
saicl program; and
19
20
21
2-2
(71
Urban Corps and the College WorJ_c-Study Progran1,
of providing employment and work experience
~mEREAS, the Agency will bed~fit directly from its
participation in the said program~ and ·
' WHEREAS, the said program will benefit the public
welfare,
23
NOW, THEREFORE, it is mutually a9reed as follows:
24 -
FIRST: The Agency hereby agrees to provide employment
2s.
for students duly certified by the Institution and acceptet
26
by the Agency.
Schedules to be attached to this Agreement
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Paragraph 11 SECOND 11 provides that the college shall be
informed of the nature of the work assigned to the student (lines 3436) and authorizes both the college and the agency to remove students from the program or from a specific assignment (lines 36-39).
It is important that the city reserve this right to transfer or remove
students at its discretion. The college, by virtue of its statutory control over the Federal funds, must likewise retain such a right of removal.
Note that the U.S. Office of Education suggests that termination procedures be established to avoid the appearance of arbitrary action.
The agency agrees to abide by the requiref!lents of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 (lines 39-45).
Paragraph 11 THIRD 11 concerns transportation to and from work
and is suggested to clarify any questions which may arise in this area
(lines 46-47). Amend as appropriate.
Paragraph 11 FOUR TH 11 sets forth the substantive procedures
for compensation. The agency is identified as the employer and paymaster (lines 48-50).
At subparagraph 1, the level of Federal contribution is fixed at
eighty percent (lines 52-54) of gross compensation. Where authorized by
the Commissioner of Education in accordance with Sec. 444 (a) (6) of the
Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, this amount may be negotiated
upward; and where deemed appropriate, the F e deral (college) sha r e may
be set at a lower level. Payment is on the basis of the rates established
by the annexed schedul es (see Agreement p. 7) .
Note that the college is not by this Ag.reement limited to the us e
of Federal College Work-Study funds in providing the required 80 pe r cent.
In some cases, insti tution s may be willing to subsidize qualified students
through other source s . This clause also protects the city against cla ims
by the college that it has inadvertently exhausted its CWSP allotment ,
and therefore cannot render its 80 percent.
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from tL~e to time, bearing the signatures of an authorized
28
official of the Agency and of the Institution, will set
29
forth the type of work to be perforned by students under
30
this Agreement, the total number of students to be employee,
31
the hourly rates of pay, the total number of hours per week
32
the students may work, and the total length of time the
33
students are to be ern~loyetl.
SECOND: Stud.e nts will be made available to the Agency
34
35
by the Institution for the performance of specified work
36
assignments.
37
own initiative or at the request of the Agency, may remove
38
students from the ~gency or from work on a particular assign-
39
ment.
40
employment or subjected to diffe rent treatment under this
41
Agreement because of race, color or national origin, and
42
that it will comply with the provisions of the Civil Rights
43
Act of 1964 (P.L. 88-352) as amended, and the regulations
44
of the Depart.."nent of Health, Educa t "!.on and Welfare whi ch
45
L"nplernent that Act.
I'he Agency or the Institution, either on its
1
The Agency agrees that no student will be denied
THIRD : Trans portation f or s t ude nts to a nd from t h e i r
46
work wi l l not be provide d b y the .Agency o r the Instit u tion .
47
48
FOURTH : The Agen cy s h a l l b e deemed the empl oyer for
49
purposes of this Agreemen t and shal l d isburse the compensa-
50
t ion payable to students under this Agreement, subject to
51
the following terms and conditions:
52
53
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1. The Institution shall pay to the Agency eighty per
cent (80%) of the gross compensation payable to each student ,
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Subparagraph 2. establishes the liability of the Urban Corps
(city) for the remaining 20 percent or such other amount as may be
established by the previous subsection (lines 55-57). Where additional
sources of matching contribution are available (as for example where the
state government provides 10 percent of the gross compensation) this
should be specified in a subsection inserted between land 2.
Subparagraph 3. sets forth the basis of transmission of CWSP
funds from the college to the city (lines 58-59). The payee should be
indicated (insert at 8); e.g. "City of Atlanta" or "Director of Finance. 11
The payroll period (and therefore the frequency of transmission of funds)
should be specified at insert 9. This should correspond with city payroll procedure and administrative efficiency. Students may be compensated weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.
Remittance by the college is on the basis of a statement of
compensation earned by its students during the corresponding period
(lines 59-61). This is in accordance with the Federal regulation limiting
the disbursement of CWSP funds until actual performance of work.
Subparagraph 4. gives the city the right to withhold payment to
the students until requisite payment is made by the college (lines 62-64).
Under this provision, however, the city may if it so desires advance payment to the students, based upon the college's approval of the payroll
and agreement to render payment. (For _d etails on this and other payroll
procedures, see the Urban Corps National Development Office_ report on
11 Compensation and Fiscal Control").
Subparagraph 5. requires t h e city to withhold and remit app r o priate taxes (line 65), such as Fede r al, state and local income taxes
and take such other action as is the respons i bility of an employer unde r
applicable law (lines 66-67). This may include providing Workmen's
Compensation insurance and the withholding a n d payment of FICA. (For
detail s on this and other matte r of legal responsibility, see the Urban
C orps Nation al Development Office report on 11 Legal Consideration s of
a n Urba n C orps 11 ) .
Subpa rag ra ph 6. requi r es the city to provide the colle g e w ith
i nforma t ion ne c es s ar y for it s compliance with Federal reporting re qui re me nts (lines 68 -71). This includes stateme nts of gross and net p ay, de ductions a nd pro of of p ayment. Note that n e ither the college n o r the Federal go v ernment h a ve an u nre strict e d r ight of i n s pection, except a s specified below.
Par-a.graph 11 F IFTH 11 est a b li s he s t he city as respons ible for the
supervision of participating students (lines 72- 74 ) but permit s the college
to evaluate the projects and revi ew working conditions and job requirements (lines 79-83) on the basis of information provided by the city and ·
upon direct inspection (lines 74- 75 ). The city agrees to provide the
college with a written record of hours worked during each payroll period,
duly certified by an authorized employee of the agency to which the student is assigned (lines 76- 78).
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55
- in accordance with the schedule or schedules attached hereto ;
2. The Agency shall provide such additional funds as
56
may be necessary for compensation of students under this
57
Agreement in accordance with such schedule or schedules;
58
3. The Instituti~J, shall maJ~e its remittance payable
ttfj_d/1tl~
on a
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59
to the [81
60
of a statement of gross compensation payable its stud~nts for
61
the corresponding period;
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basis, upon receipt from the Agency
62
4. No payment shall be required to be Made to students
63
under this Agreement until the Agency receives corresponding
64
remittance from the Institution;
65
5. The Agency shall withhold and remit such taxes and
66
take such other measures as are the responsibility of the
67
employer under applicable Federal, state and local laws; and
68
6. The Agency shall furnish to the institution such
69
inforraaticn as nay be necessary for the Institution to comply
70
with the regulations of the U.S._. Office
71
taining to the College h'ork-Study Program.
72
of
Education per-
FIFTH: The Agency will he responsible for the super-
~'.'
73
vision of work performed by students rarticipating in any
74
project under this Agreement, anc:! will make available to
75
the Institution the names and locations of Agency supervisor~.
76
The Agency will provicl.e to the tnstitution a record of the
77
hours worked during each payroll period by each student as
78
certified by an authorized employee of the Agency. The Agency
79
will permit the Institution,' from time to time as it may re-
80
quest, to inspect the premises in which any student is working
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�-analysisParagraph 11SIXTH 11 recites the statutory limitations upon the
utilization of students compensated through the Federal College Wo r kStudy Program (lines 84-94).
Paragraph 11 SEVENTH 11 recites the limitations established by
law as to maximum work hours (lines 95-99). Note that amendments to
Federal law permit some deviation from the fifteen hours limit in specific cases (lines 99-100).
Paragraph "EIGHTH" is designed to supersede other agreements
which may currently exist between the college and the city, or agencies of.
the city, for the conduct of programs under the College Work-Study Program {lines 101-104). This is necessary. to avoid the existence of parallel
and confusing programs.
Paragraph 11 NINTH1 1 specifies the effective (insert at 10) and
termination (insert at 11) dates of the program (lines 105-106). It is
suggested that the effective date be either June 1 (just before a summer
program would begin) or January 1 (during a natural break in an academic
year program) rather than at a fiscal year date such as July 1, which
would fall in t he midst of the program itself. The latter effective date
would seriously complicate program changes. The provision for extension for a limited period of time (insert at 12 the period of the extension)
is designed t o comport with general restrictions imposed upon government entities as t o the duration and renewal of contracts (lines 106-107).
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· :Jitf--~is Agreement, and will review with the Institution
-~ ~ ! ' n g eondi tions and job requirements of all such
i!i
84
s1:udents.
SIXTH: Work to be performed under this Agreement will
85
not result in the displacement of employed workers or impair
86
existing contracts for services; will be governed by such
87
conditions, including compensation, as will be appropriate
88
and reasonable in the light of such factors as the type of
89
work performed, geographical region and proficiency of the
90
employe£; and must not involve the construction, operation
91
or maintenance of so much of any facility used, or to be used,
92
for sectarian instruction or as a place of religious worship.
93
Further, no project may involve political activity or work
94
for any political party.
95
SEVENTH: No student shall perform work on any project
96
under this Agreement for more than an average of fifteen (15)
97
hours per week during any academic _period
98
which he is enrolled are in sessio~, or for more than forty
99
(40) hours in any other week, or as may otherwise be provided
100
101
~
ile classes in
f. l
under applicable Federal law and regulations.
EIGHTH: This Agreement shall supercede any and all prior
102
Agreements between the Institution and the Agency regarding
103
the mutual operation of a
104
provisions of the College work-Study Program.
105
NINTH: This Agreement shall take effect
Work~study. program under the
(10)
and
·a
106
shall terminate (11) , and may be extended hy written agree-
107
ment of the parties hereto for a period not to exceed
(121 •
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The agreement should be signed by a duly authorized representative of the city and the college indicating the legal name of each
entity (inserts 13 & 16), the signature of the official (inserts 14 & 17),
and his official title (inserts 15 & 18). Where appropriate, the cor ...
porate seal should be affixed.
The first affidavit (lines 116-126) is for use by the city representative. Venue (inserts 19 & 20); date of execution (inserts 21, 22 &
23 conforming to the date first noted at 1, 2, & 3); name of affiant
(insert 24); title (inserts 25 & 2 7); name of city (inserts 26 & 28)
should be included. This information (with the exception of date of
execution) may be printed on the form. The officer before whom the
oath is taken signs at 29 and affixes his seal below (30).
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108
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this
109
Agreement as of the day and year first above written.


110
THE CITY OF [13)
111


ay_ _ _ _ _[__1_4___


J- - - - -
112
. [15]
113
[16]
By
114
[17)
11S
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[Seal)
[18]
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116
STATE OF
[19)
1
117
COUNTY OF
(20)
1
118
[Seal]
) ss.:
On this [21) day of (22) , [23) , before me personally
119
came_____
[2_4__1___ , to
120
of the City of
121
as such
122
f. I

and he duly acknowledged to me that
he executed the same ~n
123
behalf of the Urban Corps of the City of
124
poses therein mentioned.
125
126
rie known to be the _ _ _ _~(2;;.;S;..:li....---
[26)
,


(27}
the person described in and who,
, executed the foregoing Agreement
(281
for the pur-

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The affidavit for the college's representative (lines 127-138)
-is ..similar to that for the city.
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127
STATE OP
[31)
128
CODlffY OF
( 32)
129
On
J
) ss.:
J
this (33) day of (34] ,_ (35] ., before
l'!le
personally
-130
came
131
depose and say that he is the
132
the Institution described in and which executed the foregoing
133
instrument; that he knows the seal of said institutiont that
134
the seal affixed to said instrument is such seal and was so
135
affixed by authorization of said Institution; and that he
136
signed his name thereto by like authorization.
(36)
, to me known, who, being duly sworn, did
[37)
of
137
(39)
138
(40)
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The schedule specifies the details of the Urban Corps for a
limited period of time. This permits changes in program duration,
rates of pay and hours without renegotiating a full agreement.
At 41,43 are inserted the name of the city. Insert 42 identifies the specific schedul e, which s h ould be sequentially lettered
as the program progresses £r e in year to year.
The hourly rates may be broken down on the basis of any
reasonable system of cate gori es. Because of the considerable
variety of assignments ava ilable through an Urban Corps, a scale
dependent upon academic year is bot h easier to apply and less subject
to argument. The rates themselves depend upon local conditions,
prevalent wages and civil service requ_irements. (Insert rates at 44,
45 & 46).
Federal law limi ts s tudents to a maximum of forty hours
during any week. However, local conditions may warrant a shorter
work-week, as in the case where city agencies operate on shortened
hours during the sum.mer. The maximum hours should therefore
be specified at 4 7.
The duration of the program is important to permit the colleges
to accurately compute costs . The starting and termination date of each
cycle of the program should be specified (inserts 48, 49, 51, & 52) to gether with the number of weeks involved (inserts 50 & 51).
The schedule should be dated (inse r ts 54, 55 & 56) and signed
by an authoriz ed representative of the city and t he college (inserts 5 762) . G e nerally, s uch a ttachments to contrac t s n eed not be executed
with the s ame formalities as t he prime ag reem e nt. However, local
r equirements should b e d e te r mine d p rio r t o decidi ng u pon the method
of ex ecuti on.
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The Urban Corps of the City of_ _ (4-l~)__
Schedule
(42)
A. Type of Work to be Performed
Students will be assigned exclusively to public
service activities with agencies of or associated
with the City of_:(43) , as specified in the "Internship Assignment" form provided the student, copies
of which shall become a part of this schedule.
B. Hourly Rates of Compensation
Entering Freshmen through
end of Sophomore year ••.•••••••••••• $
(44)
/hour
Entering Junior through
receipt of Bachelor's degree •••••••• $
(45)
/hour
Graduate & Professional
students .•••••••. • •••••••••••.•••••• $
(46)
/ hour


A graduate student is defined for purposes of


this agreement as one who has received a B. A.,
B.S. or equivalent degree, and is entering or
currently attending graduate or professional
school.
C. Limit at i ons Upon Maxi mum Wor king Hours
St udents may work up t o a maximum of (47)hours
per week.
D. Durati on of Summer Pr ogr am
____(.....4_8.,_
) _ _through___(._4__
9.._)_ _
(50} weeks.
E. Duration of Academic Year Program
____{~5_1~)_ _through___(.__5....
2.._)__ ;
{53) weeks.
This schedule shall supercede all previous such schedules,
and shall become a part of the Agreement to which it is
annexed hereto, in accordance with Paragraph 11 FIRST" of
said Agreement.
Agreed to this
(54) day of {55)
, 19 ( 56).
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The Urban Cor s of the
City of
(57
by
(58)
{591
(60)
by
(61)
(62)
�Addenda to Sample Agreement
The situation sometimes arises where the student's participation in an Urban Corps may have to be terminated under the
requirements of the Federal College Work-S.tudy Program. This
may occur if the student loses his status of regular full-ti.me
enrollment or if his earnings exceed the level established by his
college as fulfilling his financial requirements.
In such cases, the college is required to terminate the
student.
However, since the student is employed by the city, .
it is possible for the college to "terminate" the student without
duly notifying the Urban Corps, · and then deny liability for work
performed' after such termination.
Paragraph "FOUR TH of the agreement binds the college
to provide the requisite 80% once the student has worked. However, to avoid the possibility of dispute, the following clause is
suggested, replacing paragraph "SECOND":
"
SECOND: Students will be made available to the Agency
by the Institution for the performance of specified work assignments.
The Agency or the Institution, either on its own initiative or at the
request of the Agency, may remove students from the Agency or
from work on a particular assignment, provided that the Institution
shall remain responsible for its portion of the compensation earned
by any duly certified student until such time as it shall inform the
Agency in writing of its intention to terminate the participation of
such student. The Agency agrees that no student will be denied
employment or subjected to ·different treatment under this Agreement because of race, color or national origin, and that it will
comply with the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (P. L.
88-352) as amended, and the regulations of the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare which implement that Act,
(New material underscored)
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3 0 C U U Hl L Af'JO S rf1 !: E -1. f\l i:. .
I PHON E [ 4(J4 j ~, 2!:i -26 6 2 /
A T L A W 1· A. GEOR G I A 3 0 303
AGREEi-1.ENr BETWEEN THE . ATLANTA URBAN CORP3 Al"ifD A NON- CITY OF ATLANTA AGENCY
'
TO:
FROM:
The At l anta Urb an Cor ps
_ _ __
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(Name of Agency )
11
Agency 11
(Addre s s )
Whei eas t he above named Agency , a publ i c
0
pr i vate ( delete one ) organi zat ion ,
de s i r es to par ticipate i n t he Atlanta Urba n Corps, and i n cons i derat ion for the as signment of Urb an Corps student i nt erns t o t he Agency, we do hereby ag-ree t o the fol l owi ng
t erms and c ondi t ions ;
(1 )
The Urban Cor p s s hal l ha ve t he r i ght t o appr ove or re j ect r equests f or
student int erns submitted by thi s a~ency upon f orms pr ovi ded f or that purpos e by the
Urb an Corps .
(2)
The Age ncy s ha ll util ize s uch stude nt s as may b e a s s i gned t o it i n
a c corda nc e with t he s_pec :i.fications s et f or t h i n i ts written r e ques t t o the Ur ban Cor p s ,
a nd shall immediately noti fy t he Ur b an Corps of any change in nat ure of as s i gnme nt,
dut i e s , sup ervi sor
(3 )
or work l ocat i on .
The Agen cy s hall provi de s uch s tudents as may b e assigned t o i t with
a safe p l a ce t o work a nd with adequate r e sponsible sup ervis i on .
(4)
The Urban Cor p s sha ll have the right to inspect at a ny t i me the wor k
b e ins perf or med by s uch stude nt s a s may b e ass i gned t o the Agency, and shall have the
r i ght t o i nterview s uch student s and t heir sup e rvisors .
(5)
The Urban Corps shall have t he r i ght to require such students as may be
assi~ned t o the Agency to attend such general or spec ial me etin6 s , or to appear at the
Urban Corps of fice , i nd i vidually or as a group , a s shall be necessary for the pr oper
function in;;_: of the pr oz ram .
(6)
In accordance with the requi r ements of the Federal law work performed
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A TL AN TA . GEOR G I A 3 0 303
by s uch s tudents as may be a s s i gned to the Agency shall - - a.
be i n the publi c int er e st;
b.
will not res ul~ in the displacement of emp l oyed workers or
impai r ex i sting contr a ct s for s ervices ;
c.
does not i nvolve the c onstruction , operat ion, or maintenance
of so much of any fac i l ity as is us ed , or is to be us ed, f or s ect ar i an
inst r uct i on or as a p lace f or r eli gi uus ; and
d.
doe s not involve any partisan or nonpartisan political act i vity
a ssoc iated with a candi date , or conte ndi ng f a ction or gr oup , in an
el ect ion for publi c or party office
(7) The Age ncy s hall r equire such students a s may be as signed t o i t t o
submit time reports and fol l ow suc h other procedure s as may b e e stablished by t he
Urban Cor ps .
(8) The Urban Cor ps s hall have the r i t ht t o remove a ny student as s i gned
to the Agency from said assi8nme nt and f r om t he Agency at any time for any rea s on
wi t hout pr ior notice, and the Urba n Corps shall not b e obligated t o rep l a ce s aid s tudent .
(9) The Agency war r ants that it is in compl iance with the p r ovisions of t he
Civil Ri ghts Act of 196Lr (P . L . 88- 352, 78 St at . 252) .
(10)
The Agency shall indemnify, protect and hol d harmless t he At l a nta
Urban Corp s and the City of At l anta f rom all claims, causes or actions which may res ult f r om the assignment of students t.o the Agency .
(11)
The Urb an Corps shall be deemed the empl oyer for purposes of thi s
agreement, with the ultimate right t o control and direct the s ervic es of such students
as may be as sic;ned to the Agency .
The Agency ' s r i ghts s hal l be limited t o the direct ion
of t he irn..mediate details and me ans by which the r e sult i s to be accomplis hed .
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30 COURTLAND STRE E T, I\J .E .
(12)
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The Urban Corps shall be wholly r esponsible for securing the compen-
sation of such students as may be assigned to the Agency , except that the Agency shall
bec ome fully liable for such sums as may be due to provide the proper compensation in
the event that the Agency, either knowingly or unknowingly, viol ates any applicable
pr ovisi on of law or the terms of this agreement.
(13)
The Agency shall, upon receipt of written notification of the amount
(per intern1
due, advance t o the Urban Corp s an amount equa l t o $250 . 0~\ This money shall be used
as the Agency's 20% share of the intern' s gross earnings , Workmen.1 s Compensation cost s
t o the Urban Corps, emp l oyer s ' share of Social Security and an ainount equal t o 5% of
the intern's gross earnings for administrative costs to the Urban Corps and the City
of At lanta .
The Agency shall , upon writt en request of the Urban Corps, provide such
additional funds as may be required where the amount previously advanced by the Agency
proves inadequat e.
The Urban Corps shall, within sixty (60) days after the termination
of work of such students as were a s signed to the Agency, return t o the Agency such of
its funds as were not required under the terms of this Agr eement.
Remittance t o the
Urban Corps shall be made payable to the Atlanta Urban Corps, City of At l anta .
Dated this
day of

,
19


For the Agency:
Authorized Signature
Title
Bas ed upon t he statement s and affirmations ma de by t he Agency through t he
above document , the Urban Corps hereby agree s to the a s signment of students t o said
Agency , i n accordance with s ai d document and the applicable la.ws and regu l ations .
Si gnat ure of Authorized Urb a n Corp s Of fici a l
Date d
Title
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�NATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
O F FI C E
Document Number -SA
Federal Regulations
Pertaining To The
College Work-Study Program
with
Analysis a nd Finding List
May, 1969
�Document Number 5 A:
CWSP Regulations
This is the fifth of a series of studies on the concept, development and
operation of an Urban Corps student urban involvement program prepared by the Urban Corps National Development Office under a grant
from the Ford Foundation.
Additional copies of this report and further information concerning Urban
Corps programs may be obtained by writing:
Michael B. Goldstein
Director
Urban Corps National Development Office
250 Broadway
New York, New York 10007
Telephone:
(212) 964-5552
The reader is urged to use these regulations in conjunction with the College
Work-Study Program Manual, published by the U.S. Office of Education,
and the Urban Corps National Development Office report on Legal Considerations (Document No. 5). The CWSP Manual may be obtained from the
College Work-Study Program Branch, Bureau of Higher Education, U.S.
Office of Education, Washington, D. C. 20202.
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The College Work-Study Program was established under the provisions of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and was subsequently incorporated into the Higher Education Act of 1965.
These legislative en-
actments provided the basic "skeleton" of CWSP; the Commissioner of
Education was empowered to promulgate regulations governing the specific
use of CWSP funds.
Although draft CWSP regulations were developed and distributed
as early as November of 1964, the College Work-Study Program did not,
until the promulgation of the attached Regulations, ope rat~ under legally
binding regulations.
The guidelines for the administration of CWSP, codi-
fied in the 1968 College Work-Study Program Manual, are only interpretations of the legislative mandate, and not, in accordance with the Fede ral
Administrative Procedure Act, legally enforceable.
However, since each
institution is r e quired by statute to enter into a fo r m a l ag r e e ment wit h
the Offic e of Education, for the a dmin i s t r ation of its CWS P p r ogram , the
effect s o f this l a ck of "le ga l" r egulations has been lar g ely obvia ted.
As t he utilization of CWSP b e c ame mo re ext e n s ive , and the uses
themselves more sophisticat e d , the need for a concise set of formal regulations became apparent.
The n e w Regulati ons n ot only complete the legal
base for the administration of CWSP programs, but also provide for several substantive change s, additions and clarifications.-
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Perhaps the most significant element of the new Regulations is
the increased emphasis on the nature of the work-study assignment, and
the involvement of participating students in 11worthwhile job opportunities
for qualified students in employment for the institution itself or for public
or private non-profit organizations, especially those engaged in health,
education, welfare and related public service activities. 11 (Sectionl75. l(b)(4);
emphasis added).
One of the criteria for the approval of CWSP grants
has now similarly been specifically keyed to public service activities
(Sectionl75.14 (c) ).
The n e w Regulations define in detail what is meant by an 11area
vocational school and establish student eligibility requirements 11 (Section
175. 2 (c) and 175. 5 (b) ) .
These institutions became eligible for parti-
cipation in CWSP under the 1968 Higher Education Amendments.
A 120-
day annual limit is imposed on the duration of a cooperative education
program for funding under CWSP (Section 175. 2 (p) ) and definitions and
limita tion s a re provide d fo r the full- tim e e mployme n t of student s dur ing
11
n on-r egular periods of enrollment" (e. g . summer school ; S e ctions
175 . 2 (q ), 175. 2 (r) and 175. 6 (b) ).
Work perfo rmed for t he institution its elf is now required, under
the new Regulation s, to
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resu lt i n an e x pansion or broadening of the in-
stitution1s student employment programs 11 (Section 175.4 (b) ).
This is
considerably stronger than the previous 11maintenance of effort" requirement.
The nature of off-campus work is also more clearly defined, in-
cluding a concise definition (and proscription) of "political involvement 11
(Sections 175. 4 (c ) and 175. 4 (d) ).
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The new Regulations set forth the minimum permissible rates
of pay for participating stud·e nts and impose as an upper limit such hourly
rate as the Commissioner of Education establishes
(Section 175. 8 (b)
and 175. 9).
The right pf an institution to contract with an outside agency or
organization to administer the ministerial functions of its CWSP program
is recognized, with the explicit proviso that the institution remains responsible for the proper execution of the program, and that it may not , under
any circumstances, delegate the authority to determine the eligibility of
its students to receive CWSP assistance. (Section 175.16 (a) (2) ).
This
provision sanctions the usual Urban Corps arrangement, where the municipality (or other agency administering the Urban Corps) serves as paymaster and provides the requisite on-going supervision and control of
the work performed.
A copy of the new CWSP Regulations is included in this document.
Also included is a finding list, cross-indexing the new Regulations with
t he c ompara b l e provisions of the 1968 CWSP Manual.
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Finding List
This index cross-references the new CWSP Regulations with the
1968 CWSP Manual. An asterisk(*) denotes a substantive change enacted
by the Regulations; a # indicates new material added by the Regulations,
and n/c indicates no compa rable provision in the CWSP Manual. Numbers
refer to Regulation and Manual s ections.
Regs.
Manual
175. 5
175.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102*
175. 2
Regs.
(a) ..... , ...... 101
(b) ...... '...... 606
(c) . . . . . . . . . . . . #
(d) . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
(e) .........•.. 511 (B}
(f) . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 (A)
(r) .. . . . ....... #
(s) . . . .. . . . .... 517
(t) ... . .. . .. . .. 518
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
.. . .. . .. 302
........ #
.
........ 401-407
........ 306
(e) ....• . .. 311
(f) . . . . . . . . 401
(D)
175. 6
(a) ........ 509
(b) ........ 510*
(c) ......•. 510
17 5 . 7
(a) . . . . ·~ . . . 6 0 3 , 6 0 6
(b) ...•.. • . 708
175. 8
(a) .... . ... 603*
(b) ....•... 503, 710, 507*
(g) . . . . . . . . . . . . 401 (C)
(h) . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 (B)
(i) ..... . ...... 302 (C), 303, 304
(j) . . . . . . . . . . . · 302 (C)
(k) . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 (B)
(1) . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 (A)
(m). . . . . . . . . . . . 201 (C)
(n) ... . ... . .... 307, 308
(o) .... , . · . · · · · 302 (D)
(p) · · · · · · · · · · · · 305 (B)-(E) =l~
(q) . .. . . . ...... #
Manual
175.9 . . . . ........ 505
175.10 . . .. . .... .. 604
(A)
(B)
175.11 ..... .... .. 6 0 2
(u) .. . . . . . .. . .. n/c
175 . 12 . ... . . . . ... 104
175 . 3
(D)
(a) ... ..... . . .. 203
(b ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
(c ) . ....... . ... 7 05
175.4 ..... . . . . . . . · · · . 102
(a ) (1) (i) . . .. . .. 519 (A)
(ii) . ..... 519 (C)
(2 ) (i ) ...... 519 (D)
(ii ) . .. .. . 51 9 (B)
(b) . . .. .. . . .. .. 6 0 2*
(c) (1) ... • . .• .• 517 (B) *
(2 ) ..... . . . . 517 (C), 517 (D)
(d ) (1) ...... . .. 519
(2) ... . . • . .. 519
( 3 ) . . .. .. . . . 517
175 . 13 (a ) . . . . . . • • 2 0 2
(b) ........ 2 01 (D)
175 .14 . . .. . ... . ... 202 (B) *
17 5 . 15
(a) ........ 702
(b ) ... .• . . . 704 , 705
(c) .. . .. .. . n /c
175.16
(D)
(a) (1) .. ... 801
(2) ..•.• #
(3) ...•• 717
(D)
(B) *
(b) . . ...... 801 e t. se q .
(c ) .... .. .. 901 et . seq .
175 . 17 . .... . ...... n/c
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th e t Se ct io n 21 - 42 of t he C0d e ~f Or din~ n c~s, Cit y of At} a n~a, Ge or ~i~,
SEST: n'.'i 1.
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~n d h~ c c me E'ffec t i v e J une 1, 19 69:
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$ 2 . 50 a n h0ur.
a l l crcin::,nce s ;::.nd p :i r t s 0f cr d i.:-.a nc~s i r. conflic t
wi th thi s o r2i n :mc c b 1~ .:nd
t ~~
s 'l!':e a rc h e re by re pe a l e d.
ADOP TED by B ard of ,1.l dermen Jul y 7, 1969.
APPROVED July 9, 1969 .
�ATLANTA VRBAN CORPS
3 0 COURTL A ND STREET , N . E .
To :
/
PHONE [404]
524-8091
/
ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303
George Berry
From:
Re :
Inmond Deen
Reimbursement for Mileage for Urban Corps Interns
Date:
July 3, 1969
Attached is a form which, if it meets with your approval, will be used
by our interns.
Per your request of this morning , the following list has been compiled:
Name
- 1.
- 2 -•.
- 3.
- 4.
~ 5.
- 6.
-
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f- 8.
\- 9 .
- 10.
- 11.
~12.
13.
14.
15.
- 16.
17.
Anticipated total mileage per month
in the performance of assigned duties
Mannie Berk - 0
Walter Bloom - '5:'" (f , If , R.
Jim Bruce Q
Dan Christ~nberry _ ({) 3 t) (f ·
Inmond Deen ·
Thomas Raymond Fleming - o
Janice Foster Snider- o
Tommy Issac - L/)
H. R.
Babs Kal velage
O
John Martin
25"
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Joseph Menez - / ~ <§ ~ ,H '
Tim Rodger s
Tara Swartsel
Dave Whelan
Sam Williams
Q_
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June Woodward - , f b (j ~ { ' r\.
Sue Zander -
Inrnond Deen, Jr.
Director of Finance
Atlanta Urban Corps
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0
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50
30
200
150
125
200
100
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�July 7, 1969
Mr. Charles L. Davis
Director of Finance
City of A lanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Charles:
Th.e Urban Corps Project Director has surveyed those enrollees ~ho will
be required to use their automobiles in the c ourse of their work this summeiand concluded that they will drive about 1, 700 miles in total each month.
For one-halt of June plus all of July and August this will com to bout 4, 300
miles for the total pl"ogl'am.
This is to request, therefore, that you tran fer $500 from Account G-2S-62-770U
to a new Account G-25-62-SOOU.
Ve ry truly yours,
GJB:je
�OFFICE OF CITY CLERK
U~ ~ f
CITY HA.LL
ATLA!\ TA, GEORGI! ~- - ~ ~-~~--:=-;-,=---;:-;,--143.215.248.55 - - -
July 7, 1969
RESOLUTION BY
FINANCE COMMITTEE
WHEREAS, in the i mplementa tion of the Urban Corps Project there is
a need of the services of an "Educational Advisor" whose duties
shall be: job visitation with the interns and a gency supervisors;
planning and conducting education seminars for small gro~ps working
in coordination with field evaluation st~ff to insure job relevancy
and e ducation signi f icance o f the program; assisting the interns
in their articulation of their exper i ence as t h ey r e turn to the ir
resp ective colleges and universities; and other counseling and advisory
duties for th e pr oj ect; a nd
WHEREAS, five (5) qualified individua ls, namely , Miss Barba ra Rudisill,
Prof e ssor Ro ger Whe ndon, Pro f essor Roger Rupnow , Dr Carl Fra nklin Wi e ck,
and Pr ofessor Pa trick Ntuko gu, are willing to provide such s e rvices; and
0
NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN
OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA that t h e Mayor b e a nd is h e r eby au thorized t o
execute a greements with the above named individuals f or providing
s e rvices as s e t f orth above.
DE IT FURTHER RESOLVED tha t the comp ensa tion f or the contractors be
est ab l ished at a maximum r a t e of $1,000 each f or providing such
serv i c es , su ch s um be ing payable in f our i ns t al l ment s of $25 0 each ,
or a pr opo rt i ona te amount t h ereo f based on amount of s ervic e r ender ed.
Sa id pa yme nts t o b e pa id from and cha r ged to Account No. G-25-62-830U.
ADOPTED by Bard of dldermen July 7, 1969.
APPROVED July 9, 1969.
�July z. 1969
MEMORANDUM
To:
S n tor Hor ce W r~ D puty City Attorn y
From:
G or
Subj ct:
Propo d R olutio Authorizing th M yor to Ex cute
V, rio-u
gr m nt
ith Coll
a and Univ l' iti
tor Support of Orban Corps Proj c:t.
J . B rry
In a.c:cor nc
th our con~er. tion of thi• d t ·, I m
eraft of th
bovi :r f rr d to r eoluti011.
ncloain a
l th . copy of th m
o 1 m a tltiQg th Oil' ctor of F
pr aent thia r sol tlo to th Financ Committ
t their me tin
on July 7, 1969 unl.••• you notify him or m that it • ould be cbang d.
V ry truly yo r•,
Ci org
GJ
J.
rry
.
Encloa r
c:c::
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�July Z, 1969
MEMORANDUM
To:
Sam William
Fram :
Ci or
Subj ct:
Contr c:ta with Educ tional · d.vi or
J . Berry
1-»'
Attac d ar copie of · 1 tt r to Ch rl e
via. di- · ft of
re•olution authod~ing th
yor to execut th o a r menta.
nd a draft of th gre m nt U elf.
Pl • look thi• gr ment ov r nd if you pproy ; pr par
25 final co-pi • (fiv
ch for
ch contr ctor) nd si n aa
appro d by th Ur
Corps ProJ ct Dir ctor. Th for rd
to
di Advisor for l natur • Th
for rd to m in City
H U for th Attorney•• etg tur
nd th 11 th Mayor'• •i
tur · •
I will retai t
City•• copy for tbe Inane• Departm 11t nd .a · d
th oth r x cuted copi • back to you for di•trib tion..
of th Um factor, you might
nt to la ft ao • n
d to tb variou• Adviaora ao
t there will
be no cban of them ttina loat on •om on •• d •t~
B ca •
1k th
M &l'O
Ver truly your•,

•lea L .
race ar
vis
�Jwy i, 1969
M r. Cb rl . L . D vi
Dir et or of Finance
City of Atlanta
Atl n , 0 orgia 30303
D . r Cb rl
One of the condition• of the · 20, 000. 00 that
• provid d by th
Southern R gional due tion Bo rd for the Orban Corpe Proj ct
a
t s. 000. 00 be u_ d to . mploy liv Educ . tio l dvbora
to ••lat the program.
The Urban Corp• Project or antz · tion bav choaeu iiv; individual•
.from profe•aora and there mploy din univ r•id • and I .
ncloain dr !ts of re1olution a\.\thorizing
a reem nt
the
a• · · U ae draft o1 an •ar ment. lt b r quested
t you pr, sent
th r eolution to th
inane Committee at it• m ti
o July 7.
1969. J
• nding & copy of th dr.alt
r me t to D puty City
tto-rn y Horac
rd d r qu attn, that h dvt•• m · if it ii not
ln a foT'
will permit blm to "approv a• to fOl'm" h nit
la •• cu.led by the five hulivtd 1•.
W.DJLL&.a
V r, truly youra,
Co r . lnator
�DR FT
RE OLUTlO
F
Y
NCE CO
..... _ . . .-.s,
lTTEE
in th ·
• "!'vie .e of" due ti
i tor •
nd
.r le
ney
w
or
oa
1 c: -or
duti.
1
d eonductin
ducation
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Um to r vide
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•P ctiv: · coll
vis ry· du.ti .• for th
Ul
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interua in
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i
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Prof ••or
n Co:rpa. .Proj ct th r
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�DRAFT
GEORGIA, FULTON COUNTY
This Agreement made and entered into on the

day of July,
1969, by
and between the City of Atlanta, a municipal corporation of the State of Georgia, hereinafter referred to as "City", and

,
an individual residing
in the State of Georgia hereinafter referred to as " Contractor. "
WITNESSETH:
WHEREAS, City is engaged in a proj e ct which is termed the 1969 Atlanta
Urban Ccrps Project a n d which is designed to employ young college students within
city government and other local agencies so as to provide an effective extension of their
learning experience into the modern urban environment; and
WHEREAS, there is a need for professional assistance in the conduct of
s uch a project and Contractor is qualified and is agreeabie to providing such services,
NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual covenants herein
contained, it is agreed between the parties hereto as follows:
Section 1 ·
During 1969, Contractor shall act as Educational Advisor to the 1969 Urban
Corps Project and shall perform duties which shall include but not be limited to job
visitation with the interns and agency supervisors, planning and conducting e ducation
seminars for small groups as well as all interns, working in coordination with our
field evaluation staff to insure job relevancy and education significance of the
program for each intern, assisting the intern in his articulation of his experience and
other counseling and advisory duties connected with th e program.
�DR.AFT
Page Two
Section 2
For the services performed as outlined in Section (1) above, City shall
compensate Contractor in the total _amount of $1,000.00.
Said amount is to be paid
in four installments of $250. 00 each, each installment to be due on July 23, -1 969,
August 6, 1969, August 20, 1969 and the final installment after the intern' s
reports have been edited and approved by the Contractor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused their hands and seals
to be hereunto a ...:fixed the day and year first above written.
QTY OF ATLANTA
Witness-------
By-=-----------------Ma yor
Witness
Contractor
Approved:
Director, Atlanta Urban Corps
Approved as to Form:
Associate City Attorney
�DRAFT
GEORGIA, FULTON COUNTY
This Agreement made
nd entered into on the


day of July, 1969, by
and between the City of Atl nta, a municipal corporation of the Stat of Georgia. h reinafter referred to as
11


City", and .
,
n individual residing ·
in the State of Georgia h reinafter referred to as "Contractor . "
....W lDJNE
__ _____
__TH
__ :
SSE
__,
.
WHEREAS, City is engaged in a proj ct which i s t rmed. the 1969 Atlanta
Urban Corps Proj _ct nd which is design d l>o employ young college students within
city government and other loc l ag ncies ao as to provide
n effective extension of their
learning experi nee into th modern urban environment; nd
WHEREAS, there is · need for prof s ional
uch
project and Contractor i
qualifi d
nd i
gr e bl
ai tance in th
to providing
conduct of
uch service •
NOW THEREFORE, for and in c:oneid ration. of th mutual c:ov nante her in
contained. it i
a r
d betw en th
l'ti a her to
e follow
S ction l
During 1969,, Contr ctor hall act
Corpe Proj ct nd shall perfol'm duti. •
Educ tional .Advhol' to th 1969 Urban
bich h 11 includ · but not b
visi tion with the int rns nd · ·g ncy super vi or •
••mlnara for smaU roups . s
field evaluado •taff to ineur
pl'oga,a.m I.or
oth r c un
ch intern.
U
ell
Umit d to job
tanning nd c;:onductln educ tion
11 int rn , working in coordination
th our
ncy nd due tion igJUficanc ot th
abtln the intern in hia articui.u
of 1a x
And a vi ory duti • conn ct d with the pro r m.
rt.enc an
�DRAFT
Page 'Two
Section 2
For the servic s performed
compen
s outlined in Section (l) bove. City shall
te Contr ctor in the total - mount of $1, 000 . 00 .
S id amount is to be paid
in four installments of $250. 00 each, each installm nt to be du · on July 23. 1969,
Augu t 6, 1969, August 20, 1969 and the fina·l ins
r ports have be . n edit d
nd - pprov d by the Contr ctor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the
to b hereunto ffixed the
llment fter the intern's
y
rties have caus d their hands
nd y · · r first bov written.
QTY OF ATLANTA
Witne a----... -
Wttn
By


M yor
e
Approved:
Dlr•ctor, Atlanta Ur
Contractor
Approved
n CoJ'p•
• to Form:
A aocla.t• City Attorney
nd a
l
�CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF
FINANCE
501 CITY HA LL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
July 10, 1969
CHARLES L. DAVIS
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
W. ROY SMITH
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
EDGAR A. VAUGHN, JR.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
JAMES R. FOUNTAIN, JR.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Mr. Dan Sweat
Deputy Chief Administrator
Director of Governmental Liaison
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Dan:
In response to your letter of June 26 regarding four students
whose services were used by th~ Urban Corps with the verbal
agreement that they would receive $250 each for their services,
we have acted upon your request for these students to be paid
as if it were in the form of an educational grant.
Unfortunately, Mr. Dash was in an extreme hurry for his check and
due to some complications, we were forced to pay him on the
regular payroll in order to process this check in time for his
departure to Europe a
If you are still of the opinion that the remaining three
students should be reimbursed in the form of an educational grant,
we will process these payments and charge the $750 in payment
to the Stern Family Fund of which $1,000 has already been earmarked
for Urban Corps activities . This will mean that there remains in
the Stern Family Fund $250 to be used for Urban Corps purposes .
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact
me so that we may process payments as soon as possible.
Yours very t r uly,
Charles L. Davis ~
Dir ector of Financ e
JRF : j cl
�ATLANTA VRBAN CORPS
30 COURTLAND STREET , N .E .
/
PHONE [404 ] 524 -8091
/
ATLANTA , GEORGI A 30303
MEMORANDUM
TO:
George Berry
FROM:
Inmond L. Deen, Jr.
RE:
Non-City Agency Contracts
DATE :
July 10, 1969
George :
The Non-City Agency Contracts and memo• s for those not inc luded are
albetized and contained in the attached packets numbered 1 and 2. Packet
number 1 contains contrac ts and memo's for the agency • s number e d 1
through 15 , packet number 2 for the agency's numbered 16 through 27 as
shown on the following list:
1.
American Cancer Society ./ ,:c
2.
Atlanta Girls Club /
}
A J-10-.h -l. '--' L/ ov... l-t.... C.., oL-L n
c., i
3 . -A tlanta Y. W. C . A • ./
4.
Boy S c outs of America /
5.
6.
C e nter f or R e s ea r c h in Soc i a l Change - E mo r y U niversity ,/
c.,, hi Id..f"\f i~eu q, ,:o...rni '~, Q_,o u...n~IL,; "'i
~ (_ n .i.'1. V
Community Council of the A tlanta A re a
+ /
7.
D ecatu r - D e k a lb Y . M . C. A . /
8.
D e p artment of Ju s tice (Im m i grati on a nd N a tur a lizat i on S ervice) ,,,
9.
Easter Seal R e h a b ilitati on Cente r /
s~
10 .
Emmaus H o u se · Na
11.
E c onomic O pportun ity Atlanta
12.
Fulton County Government
13.
Fulton County Health Department
14,
Gate City Day Nursery Assoc iation
15.
Georgia Easter Seal Soc iety
Wo
.;v 0
,:,:
·IV
0
�16.
Grady Metro Girls Club /
/
17.
Hardee Circle Arts Theatre (George, this contract supercedes the one
you have)
18.
Kirkwood Christian Center
,:, .,,
19.
Literacy Action Foundation
+ )
20.
Mennonite House
21.
Phyllis Wheatley Y. W. C. A.
22.
Saint Vincent de Paul Society
23.
Sarah D. Murphy Homes
24.
Southwest Y. M. C. A.
25.
Urban Lab in Educatron
26.
Vine City Child Development Center /
27.
Wheat Street Baptist Church





Indicates agency's who returned only one copy of the contract in disregard
of instruc tions, In suc h situations it will be difficult for us to supply them
with a copy of the executed contract. In the absence of requests to the c on trary, I suggest letting the c opy t hey kept suffice.
+
Indicate s contract s that have previously been delivered to you.
+
/
,,,
,,.
/
(George, you have one copy, one is in packet
number 2}
/
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/
+
t
��I
.June 25, 1969
Rev. Aua ttn Porcl
Emnaua Rause·
1017 Capttol Ave.,
Atl ta, Georgia
Dear
s.w.
• Ford:
rmit
to apologt&e on tha b hAlf of the Atlanta Urban Corp• for falling
to provUe you wlth eofte• of our otandard contr ct.
~
We are fol"WAr41q three copl•• of the fore •ntioned contract at tbla time.
If you vi11 be ao kind •• to aign rul return two of them,
will ppreclate
it v~ry much.
If
of uat tance to you plea•• do not he11ttat
Sincerely,
INMOND L. DEEN
Diru toT of Finance
At:lan
' Urban Corpa
ILD:blu
to contact us.
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�June 25, 1969

Mr. Blll Rasey, DlnctOl'
R.eeoul'Ce
lc:,pment Project
Sou m Regtc,ul Education oard
At
Re:
nta,- Georgia
Pulton County
De r Mr..
altb Dt!partmant
ey1
A.a ag,:o ·4 to f.n our convere tion by tel phone of Jun 2J, 1969, I am forwarding
by hand ~l Bah• Ital lage thl' copt a of our atandard ag ncy contract. If
you, 411 contr ctlng
nt for th Fulton County B atth De rtment, 111 b · to
kind u to eomp to
• 1 anti 3 of th contract and roturn it wttb on
copy, I ill apprcct te tt ry much.
A4 •oon
• Mayor Alt. n emcute
t
contract, I vl11 mail you
-._
.. ., ' i
copy.
Permit
· on behalf of the Atlanta t7rb n Corpa to thank""YOU for your continuacl
int reat and euppoi-t.
With all goocl wiehea, l remain,
Sincerely yours,

lNMDND L. DE!N
Director of Pinance
At
nta Urban
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