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August 7, 1969
Is your home in the clearance area?
If so, do not move until you receive
information from the Housing Authority.
You are entitled to certain benefits
such as relocation housing,moving
fees and possibly others. Find out
what your rights are. Call the
Atlanta Housing Authority today,
Where Do We Go From Here?
The Atlanta Board of Education is expected to build a school for
6th, 7th and 8th grade Model Cities students. Construction is
expected to begin sometime late this year or the first part of
1970. The school is expected to be completed sometime in 1971.
The location will be in the block bounded by Connally on the west,
Hill on the east, Glenn on the south and Milledge on the north,
NOT ALL HOUSES IN THIS AREA WILL BE TAKEN. YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED
BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY IF
YOUR LIVING QUARTERS ARE SCHEDULED FOR CLEARANCE.
At the August 11 meeting of the Board of Education, the Board is
expected to approve the appraisal of the property in the area
where the middle school will be located. Shortly thereafter,
independent appraisers selected by the Board will contact the
residents living in that area.
It now appears that it will be at least 90 days after you are
contacted before you will have to move. Also, it is important to
know that you will not be moved until you are offered a suitable
replacement house or apartment. In any event, do not move until
after you discuss the situation with representatives of the Board
of Education and the Housing Authority. The Housing Authority
will help you move.
NEWS-O-GRAM PAGE 2
The Atlanta Housing Authority will pay all moving expenses for people
who must relocate. Also, if you own and occupy a house in the middle
receive an extra amount to enable you to buy a similar-type house on
today's market. However, if you move from your rental unit or sell
your house before you are contacted by the Board of Education and
Housing Authority, you might lose a chance to receive these benefits.
For further information call Larry Enlow (522-3381) at the Board
of Education, the Relecation office of the Housing Authority (523-0245)
or the Model Cities Physical Planning Section (577-5200).
The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has given
$558,625 to the Housing Authority to purchase the stores on Georgia
Avenue just south of Atlanta Stadium. The area to be bought and
then cleared is bounded by Georgia Avenue, Washington Street,
Capitol Avenue and Bass Street.
A_RELOCATARI.E HOUSE IS PLANNED FOR EVERY RESIDENT WHO IS REQUIRED
TO MOVE. 30 NOT MOV WITHOUT INQUIRING ABOUT YOUR BENEFITS.