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April 1, 1969

Mr . J . S . Edwards 601 Antoine Graves Homes 126 Hilliard Street, 5 . E . Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Edwards : May I acknowledge receipt of your letter which wa signed by you and several .o f your neighbors , r garding the condition being creat d fertilizer which has been piled up.

I have discu sed thi matter with the Atlanta Housing Authority~ and they ssured me that it will be rernoved immediately. I appreciate yo11r bringing tbi

to my attention.

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April 18 0 1969

Mr. R. Earl Landers Admini str at i ve As si stant City Hall Atlanta, Georgia

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PARCEL 26 West End UR Area Project Georgia R-90 INDUSTRIAL SITE

Gentlemen: We are attaching a sales brochure which gives all de t ails of an offering of the above described industrial property located in the West End Urban Redevelopment Area. The tract is well situated and within two miles of the center of Atlanta 0 being located at the northwest corner of Oak Street and West Whitehall Street, fronting 220 feet on Oak and 101 feet on West Whitehall o It has an atea comprising 26,411 square feet and a minimum established price of $27,500.00 . Proposals must be made on our forms and will be opened in our offices at 10:00 o'clock on May 28 8 19690 If you need additional information or proposal forms 8 please advise us. As you know 8 we shall gladly pay a sales commission in accordance with the suggested schedule of the Atlanta Real Estate Board ~ Very truly yours,

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�FOR SALE ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS

West End Urban Redevelopment Area

Parcel 26 Proposals Will Be Opened May 28, 1969, at 10:00 A.M.

ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georg,ia 30303 523-6074

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Pre-Estab'li~hecl Minimum Price $27,500 PERMITTED USES A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes: (a) Any fabrication , assembly, distribution or storage operation which is not offensive or objectionable to nearby resid~ntial or con:mercial areas by reason of n01se, smoke, vibration, dust, toxic or noxious waste materials, odors, fire or explosive hazard or glare. (b) Warehouse or office-warehouse except·

truck terminals. ( c) Retail sales, provided such use is incidental to the primary use conducted on the premises and provided further that the floor area devoted to retail sales shall not be greater than twenty-five (25 % ) per cent of the total floor area of all buildings on the premises.

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Location and Size At the northwest corner of West Whitehall Street and Oak Street, half block from new shopping center now abuilding in West End. 26,411.7 sq. ft., with 101.34' frontage on West Whitehall Street and 220.57' frontage on Oak Street.

IMPROVEMENTS Paved streets, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, natural gas, electricity.

IZONING I Zoned M-1. For permitted uses see inside.

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The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning your proposal. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on May 28, 1969, at 10:00 AM. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

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A building or premises shall be used onJy for the following purposes: (a) Any fabrication, assembly, distribution or storage operation which is not offensive or objectionable to nearby residential or commercial areas by reason of noise, smoke, vibration, dust, toxic or noxious waste materials, odors, fire or explosive hazard or glare.

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�In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

Ask about tracts i11 other Atlanta Redevelopment Areas This Property Has a Pre-Established Minimum Price of

$27,500 Proposals for less Can Not Be Considered

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OF THE CITY OF 924' HURT BUILDING

ATLANTA.• JACKSON GEORGIA 3.507•

ATLANTA 3, GA.

May 23, 1969

Mr. R. Earl Landers Administrative Assistant City Hall Atlanta, Georgia RE:

PARCEL 17 BEDFORD-PINE Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia A-2-1

Gentlemen: We have just issued an invitation for proposals to buy and develop one of the most desirable small office building sites in the City of Atlanta. The site is located on the southeast corner of Piedmont Avenue and Forrest Avenue - just south of the new ATLANTA CIVIC CENTER which will provide a beautiful background to viewers looking north. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives all details of the offering and shows that the site is composed of 90 , 558 square feet and has a minimum established price of $440,000.00 . The tract has building set-back lines of 85 feet on Piedmont Avenue and 90 feet on Forrest Avenue. The height is limited to six (6) stories. Proposals must be made on our forms and are to be opened in our offices at 10:00 A. M. o'clock on November 25, 1969. If you need the proposal forms or additional information, please advise u s. Remember , we shall gladly pay a sales commission in accordance wi th t he schedule suggested by the Atlanta Real Estate Board . Very truly yours ,

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�OFFICE BUILDING SITE PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED AT 10:00A.M. NOV EMBER 25,1969

THE ATI.ANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 Hurt Building ATI.ANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Phone 404/523-6074

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A BUILDING ON TIDS SITE SHALL BE USED ONLY FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES:

• Office building • Retail and service businesses serving an office building and located witrnn such building, such as but not limited to shops, branch banking facilities, barber . and beauty shops, and a restaurant or cafeteria. • Restaurant, but not drive-in restaurants. • Accessory buildings and uses customarily incident to the above uses.

Proposals are not Complicated The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms , and will be glad to answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price has been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than this will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing· Authority on November 25, 1969 at 10:00 AM . If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

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Urban Redevelopment

PARKING REGULATIONS - Parking spaces on the lot with adequate access to a public street and with adequate circulation space shall be provided as follows : a. One (1) parking space for each one hundred (100) square feet of floor area in a building used for a restaurant or establishment whose primary purpose is to serve meals, lunches or drinks. b. One (l) parking space for each six hundred (600) square feet of floor area in a building used for any other purpose permitted in this area.

Protects The Future

LOADING REGULATIONS - A minimum of one (1) loading space shall be provided for each main building. ACCESS AND EGRESS - Curb cuts shall be limited to one (1) on Piedmont Avenue and two (2) on Forrest Avenue . In no case shall a curb cut be located closer than 100 feet to a street intersection . AREA REGULATIONS a. No building or structure shall be located closer than 85 feet to Piedmont Avenue, 90 feet to Forrest Avenue , or 20 feet to any other property line. b. Floor-lot ratio : No building shall have a floor-lot ratio in excess of 2.5. Parking floors are not to be used in computing . c. Buildings or structures not including parking areas may cover not more than 40 per cent of the .gross area of the parcel. HEIGHT REGULATIONS - No building shall exceed a height of 60 feet This to be measured from the highest existing grade.

Of Your Investment In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to wh ich proposal is to be accepted . The Agency will accept such proposal , if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law. However, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered . In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land ; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellen ce of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size 6f the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment

THE ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 Hurt Building ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Phone 404 /523-607 4

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November 1 5e 1968

Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. Ci ty Hall

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30303

PARCEL 2 7 UNTvERSIT.. CENTER UR AREA PROJE' - GEORGIA R-11

Gentlemen : We are a t ·aching a sal e s br ch re whic h gives all de t ails of the offerin g £ t i s ex e l.lent trac · of commercial property e It f r ont s 32 3 fee t

e nor h s ide of Fair Street between

Nort hs ide Drive and Balle Street a n d co a ins 61 0 645 square fee t . I is zon ed -1 and tas a mi n im m price of $101 , 000 . 00 . 0

The parcel is loc a t ed within he Un iver s i t y Center Urban Redevelopme n t. Area which c ompri ses the camp u ses of At lanta Un iversi Y a cl'ark e .Morehou se , Morri s Brown a .. d Spelman Colleges . P roposals m · st. e ma d e o n "Jr f r::- ms 0 whi h will be given pon req e s~ 0 a .d will e open ed i n o ~ office a t 10 : 00 Ao Mo 0 1 clock on January 22 0 1 96 9 0 If 0 ,1 eed a ddition al informa t ion 8 or would ·l ike to r·e eive the f orms , please advise s .

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COMMERCIAL SITE at corner of Northside Drive and Fair Street, S. W.

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PARCEL 27 in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area

PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED

JANUARY 22, 1969, 10:00 A. M.

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Reta il store; Persona l service facility, including but not limited to barber shop, beauty shop, laundromat, tailor shop, shoe repa ir shop or photographer; Food service facility, including but not li mited to restaurant, bakery, beer store or liquor store; Office, including but not limited to bank, professional office or clinic; Am usement place, theatre or private club ; Private schoo l, including but not limited to . music, dancing or art; Automot ive or equipment sa les or service; Commercia I parking; Church or Tem ple; Libra ry; Mortuary; Accessory building or use customarily incidental to the above uses.

LOCATION AND SIZE: Located at the northwest corner of Fair Street and Northside Drive .. . in Southwest Atlanta .. . in the University Center Area. Consists of 1.41518 Acres (61,645 square feet) of land.

IMPROVEMENTS: SPELMAN COLLEGE

Water, natural gas, electricity, sanitary sewage, st orm drainage, paved streets.

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WEST END AVE.

This property is zoned C-1, Com mercial.

PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED:

PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR THIS PROPERTY $101,000.00 Proposals fo r less than this amount can not be considered .

The Atlanta Housing Authority wi II supp ly all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questi ons concerning the method of maki ng your proposa l. A minimum price of $101,000.00 has been estab lished for this property and no proposa l with a purchase pri ce less than that will be cons idered. Proposa ls are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on January 22, 1969, at 10:00 A. M. If an accepta ble proposal is not received , the Authority wi ll continue to receive proposa Is and to open t hem as received for a per iod of twelve months or until the tract is so ld.

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Parcel 27 contains almost an acre and a half of land ... and is strategically located in an important area of the City ... near the ca mpuses of Clark, Morehouse and Spelman Colleges and Atlanta University. It is also near housing projects with a tota l of 1,611 dwelling units. The property has frontage on heavi ly traveled Northside Drive as well as on Fair and Bailey Streets . . . and is suited for a number of Commercial uses. Just minutes fro m downtown Atlanta . . . and the Expressway Systems.

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PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR THIS PROPERTY $101,000.00 Proposals for less than this amount cannot be considered.

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�URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT

In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatability of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

BROKERS PROTECTED Ask About Tracts in Other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas

�HOUSING AUTHORl1iY

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

OF THE CITY OF 824

HURT BUILDING

ATLANTA 3,

GA.

JACKSON

3.eo7A

February 2, 1968

Re :

Parcels 22 and 23 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Proj ect Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site

Gentlemen~ We are attaching a sal es brochure of a new 14 acres offering being made for use as a shopping cent er. I t i s bounded by Oak, Gordon, Lee and Dunn Streets and approximately t wo miles f r om the center of Atlanta. A minimum price has been established f or bot h parcels at $861,000.00, but proposals may be made on Parcel 23 alone which has a minimum price of $713,000.00. Reference to the brochure shows that the pr operty is well located, easily acce s sible and acr oss Dunn Street from t he big Wes t End Store and Parking Garage of Sears Roebuck & Company . Proposals must be made on our f orms a nd wi ll be opened in our offices at lO gQQ A. M. o'clock on June 12, 1968 . If you need additional i nformation or pr oposal f orms, please advise us . Very t ruly your s,

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�THIS STRATEGICALLY LOCATED SHOPPING CENTER SITE OFFERED FOR SALE ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS ~

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PRE-ESTABLISHED M INIMU M PRICE FOR BOTH PARCE LS $861 ,000.00

Here is an ideal shopping center site consisting of over 14 acres of land .. . close in .. just 2 miles from t he center of the City . . . and in one of the great residential tra ding areas of Atlanta.

In te rsta te 75 & 85

Adj acent to Se ars Roebuck famous West-End Store. This site has long fro ntages on key streets . . . Oak, Gordon, Lee and Dunn Streets which provide easy and quick access. Interstate 20 could bring in cu stomers from just about anywhere in the Metropolitan area. Improvements include wate r, n atural g,a s , ele ctricity, sanitary sew age, storm drainage, paved streets. Zoning is Commercial, C-2. We invite you to inspect this property .. . .study its potential . .. get more detailed information from the Atlanta Housing Authorit y . .. and submit your proposal. This is an excellen t property . . . and one that w ould b e hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area .

$713,000.00 for Pa rcel 23 alone. Proposals for Parcel 22 alone are not acceptable (proposals with prices less than these cannot be considered) . SEARS ROEBUCK WEST END STORE

PARCEL 23 538,146.616 SQ. FT 12.3541 ACRES

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PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly _a nswer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. Minimum prices have been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than these will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on June 12, 1968 at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive .proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment ~ea, no proposal car{ receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors,~nd permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which propq_sal· is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. )n evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of tl~e proposed developIQ_ent; and the size of the proposed development, particularly · as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic contept of Urban Redevelopment. PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED June 12, 1968 at 10:00 A.M.

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JACK S ON

March 11.i, 1968

Mr~ Dan E. Sweat, Jro City Hall Atl anta, Georgia 30303

Re:

Parcel E-2b Butler Street Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-9 Commercial Site

Gentlemen: We are offering for sale and redevelopment a lo35 acre tract of commercial property fronting 155 feet on the.. south side of Auburn Avenue 155 feet west of Boulevard. I t also fronts 138 feet on the west side of Boulevard. It is located within l½ miles of Five Points. This property is designated for commercial use and is zoned C-2o The attached brochure lists the uses and gives dimensions of the property and other details of the offering. The minimum sales price has been established at $75,500000. Proposals at a price less than this amount cannot be considered. Proposals must be made on our forms and will be opened in our office at 10:00 A. M. o'clock on May 15, 19680 If you need additional information or proposal forms, please advise us. Very truly yours,

~e~ Philip E. Vr ooman Chief, Real Estate Dispositieh Section Encio sure PEV:hl

3~6074

�·" . COMMERCIAL SITE PARCEL E-2b IN THE BUTLER STREET URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA

PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED MAY 15, 1968 AT 10:00 A.M.

ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 523-6074

�ZONED C-2, COMMERCIAL MINIMUM PRICE-$75,500.00

LOCATION: This parcel is located less than 1 ½ miles from Five Points, . the central business district of Atlanta . . . just west of the heavily traveled intersection of Auburn Avenue and Boulevard, with frontage on both streets . . . one block south of the new 4 72-unit Wheat Street Garden Apartments Project now being completed. of 1.357 acres (59,111

PERMITIED USES: Retail store; Personal service facility, including but not limited to barber shop, beauty shop, laundromat, tailor shop, shoe repair shop or photographer; Food service facility, including but not limited to restaurant, bakery, beer store or liquor store; Office, including but not limited to bank, professional office or clinic; Amusement place, theatre or private club; Private school , including but not limited to music, dancing or art; Automotive or equipment sales or service; Commercial parking; Church or Temple; Library; Mortuary; Accessory building or use customarily incidental to the above uses.

Paved streets, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, natural gas, electricity.

Zoned C-2, Commercial. For potential and permitted uses, see information on inside of this folder.

IJ.ORO~ALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price has been established on this lot and no proposal with a purchase price less than $75,500 will be considered. Proposals are to be opened at 10 : 00 AM. May 15, 1968, at the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority, from which office proposal forms, survey plats and complete details are available on request-by telephone, by mail, or in person.

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�URBAN REDEVEtOPMENT PROTECTS THE a:;"UTURE OF YOUR INVES'l1MENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid ·for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

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OF THE 824

ATLANTA. GEORGIA

CITY OF

HURT BUILDING

ATLANTA

3,

GA ,

JACKSON

3.9074

June 14, 1968

Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Re:

Parcels BB-1 and CC-1 Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-22 96 Acres of Federal Surplus Land

Gentlemen: The Housing Author,i ty of the City of Atlanta has just made an offering of residential and commercial property with provisions for proposals to be evaluated for acceptance on criteria other than price. The Housing Authority has issued an invitation for proposals for the pur- chase and redevelopment of the residential and commercial portions of an entire tract of approximately 96 acres of Federal Surplus land which has been a part of the United States Penitentiary and now, by Amendment to the Project Plan, a part of the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area . Complete details of this offering, including the crite:r-1"a which will be used in evaluating proposals, are set forth in the enclosed sales brochur e . Proposals f or the purchase and redevelopment of this property must be submitted at a public meeting to be held in the office of The Housing Authority at 10:00 A. M. on the 5th day of September, 1968 , on forms to be furnished by the Agency . If you need additional information or desire to make a proposal, please advise us. Very truly yours,

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The Proposal must include a comprehensive development design of the entire tract. Redeveloper must designate the residentiai and commercial areas to be developed and submit with the Proposal its plans for the purchase and development of these areas in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Invitation and the proposed Agreement for Disposition of Land, and all other Disposition Documents. Redeveloper must also designate the areas within the tract to be devoted to education, recreation, and streets and utilities in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Invitation and the Disposition Documents. The result must be a Proposal for an economically and socially balanced residential and commercial complex which will blend well with the surrounding community. The development design must provide specifically for the following: HOUSING: Though the object is to serve a cross-section of social and economic groups, the Redeveloper will be required to develop a substantial portion (at least 300 units) of the housing to units for families of the lowest income group. Building types should be varied and include one to five bedroom units. EDUCATION: The developer will be required to designate land in the area which will be acquired and developed by the Atlanta Board of Education for the following education facilities:

a. Two Primary School sites of three (3) usable acres each located on either side of the expressway. b. A Middle School of at least eighteen (18) acres of usable land. This school may be reduced in size to twelve (12) acres if it is located adjacent to the park. RECREATION: The developer will be required to designate at least six (6) acres of usable land, which will be acquired by the Atlanta Parks Department, for the expansion of the existing park into a Neighborhood Park. COMMERCE: The redeveloper may designate and acquire and develop a retail

commercial area(s) not to exceed six (6) acres of land primarily to serve the residents of the tract here under consideration. As provided in the attached Agreement for Disposition of Land this retail and commercial area will not be conveyed to the Redeveloper until construction of a substantial number of housing units has been commenced, as more specifically designated in the Redeveloper's Proposal. STREETS AND UTILITIES: The land designated in the Redeveloper's Proposal for

public streets which conform to the standards of the City of Atlanta, will be acquired by others at no expense to the Redeveloper. Street improvements including paving, sidewalks, and storm drainage and public utilities including water and sanitary sewers will be installed within acceptable public rights-of-way at no expense to the Redeveloper. The above is SECTION 6 of the INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS issued by the Atlanta Housing Authority on June 10, 1968.

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FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND FOIi CRITICAL URBAN NEEDSin THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA proposals will be opened september 5, 1968 at 10:00 A.M.

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POPULATION: Estimated 1967 metropol itan Atlanta (5 coun ty area) 1,242,000 . Atlanta acquire s a new citizen every 16.95 minutes.

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puted industrial center of the So uth. Some 1,500 manufacturers produce more than 3,500 commodit ies in Atlanta.

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CONSTRUCTION: Remains strong in both

commercial and res ident ial fields. Apart· ment construction ha s been particularly heavy. BUILDING PERMITS: Atlanta is growing at a record rate , and bu ilding permits for last year tota lled $ 167 million. Thi s surpassed the $150 mill ion in building permit values for the 12 months in 1964 ... a record yea r. A tlanta's building boom has kep t the a nnual figures at about SI 00 million for over half of the decade.

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FINANCE: 44 commercial banks, ten of which are national banks, are located in metropolitan Atlanta. Headquarters for Sixth Federal Resen 1e District, Atlanta ranks ninth in the nation in bank clearings.

A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND LOCATION : ln Southeast At lanta. 4 miles fro m the Center of the

City. just Southeast of the Atla nta Fede ral Penitentiary. SIZE: Thi s de\'elopment competition area incl udes two tracts totalling approximately 96 ac res. DESIGN: The object of thi s development is an economica ll y a nd

soc ia ll y balanced residential complex as an integral part of the surrou nd ing community, with major emphasis placed on hou sing for a cross-section of the socia l and economic grours of Atlanta. A substan tial portion of the hou sing (not less than 300 dwel ling units) mu st be developed und er a program whi ch will assure it s av.iilability to families of the lowest income group. Thi s design is to include: Recreation Housing Commerce Educ.:Hion Streets & util ities ZONING: The: tr,tcts ,,ill be rezoned by the Authority to conform

to th e winn ing proposal.

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS

THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment area, no proposa l can rece ive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. Thi s assures good neighbors and perma nence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. Th ese are carefu lly cons idered before a determination is made as to wh ich proposa l is to be accepted. The agency will accept such proposa ls, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law.

The followin g criteria will be used in evaluating each proposal: a. The excellence of the site plan for the development of the land particularly as it relates to the creation of optimum living environment. b. The excellence of the architectural design and the quality of the proposed construction. c. The financial responsibility and demonstrated capability of the Redeveloper. d. The manner in which the proposed development meets the goals and objectives as set forth in Section 6 of the Invitation for Proposals iss ued by the Atlanta Hous ing Authority on June 10, 1968. e. The relationship between the rentals to be charged and the number of rooms per unit, size of rooms, and other amenities to be provided by the Redeveloper. f. Acceptab ility of the proposed public facility sites to the agencies involved in their development.

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PRICE: A fixed price of $7.650.00 per acre ( ! 7.562c per ~q . ft.)

has been estabfo.,hed for th e res identia l and com mercial land. Th e area is to be comput ed by a registe red Surveyor. Th e maximum land va lue acceptable to FHA for areas used for 22 1 (d)( 3) housing is $4.500.00 per acre. TERMS: Deve loper mus t buy th e en tire propeny designated in his pla n for residential and commercia l use. Land for street s. utili ties. schools, park s. and the ex pressway will be acqu ired and deve loped by others.

Partial take du,, n of land may b(: arranged provided substanti al housing areas arc developed pr ior to deve lopment of the shopping area or areas. All land must be purchased within 24 months subject to commitme nt by FHA. P roposals are to be subm itted for the design of the e11l'1c area and th e co nstruct ion of the residen ti al and comme rcia l developments. The deve lopmen t of th e Federal Surplus land co nt a in ed in this inv itati on provides an opportunity to meet some of the most urge nt needs of th e C ity of At lanta: I-l ous ing. Edu catio n. R ec reation. Employment. and o the r pub lic se rvices. Excellence of plan. q ua lity of desig n and construction. an d the manne r in which th e developer will meet socia l and econom ic goals will be major factors in eva luati ng proposa ls.

PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED, The Atl an ta Housing Authority wi ll glad ly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. P roposa ls are to be opened in the ofticc o f the A tlanta H ousing A uth ority on September 5. 1968. at I 0:00 AM. lf an acceptable proposal is not received. the Author it y will con· tinuc to receive proposals and to open them as rece ived fo r a period of six months. or until a proposal has bee n approved by the Com· mi ssioners of th e Authority . whichever shall first occ ur. Proposal forms. survey plat s. and com ple te detail s arc avai lable from th e At lanta I-l ousing Autho rit y.

THE COMMUNITY: At lanta is a city of beautiful homes, rolling terrain , sca ttered and dense stands of tree s. A moderate climate permits year round outdoor activity. Atlanta offers almost 5,000 acres of public parks and playgrounds; 11 major colleges, 20 genera l and 10 special hospitals, and more than 700 churches of every creed and de nom ination. In addit ion to a thriv ing downtown business distr ict, there are more than 60 suburban shopping centers. Atlanta boasts a new $18,000,000 major league sports stadium and a new $9 million auditorium.convention center. Nearing completion is a S8.1 million arts center.

�A DEVELOPMENT COMPETITION IN THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT GA. - R - 22 This offering invites yo ur proposal for the purchase and development of Parcels BB· 1 and CC-1 in the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area. These two parcels represent approx imately 96 acres of Federal Surplus land made available for the development of an economicall y and sociall y balanced resident ial complex as an integral part of the surrounding community. The area is currently surrou nded by predominantly residential uses on the no rth , south and cast. T o the west is the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, wh ich will be adequately buffered from thi s area. To the north is a private apartment complex and single fami ly residences. To the east, in the Thom asvi lle Urban Redevelopment Project, are 350 si ngle family dwellings, a park, a proposed elementary school, a 10.2 acre shopping center, and 350 units of public housing under construction. To the south is a sin gle family residential neighborhood, an elementary school, and the South View Cemetery separated from this area by a railroad right-of-way. This competiti on involves the design of an entire comm un ity which includ es: HOUSING: A major goa l of this development is to provide hou sing fo r a cross section of the social and economic groups of Atlanta. A substantial portion of the housing (not less than 300 dwelling units) must be developed under a program which will assure its ava ilability to families of the lowest income group. Building types should be varied and may include dwelling units from efficiency apartments for the elderly to five bedroom units for large families. EDUCATION: The developer wil l be required to des ignate land in th e area to be acqu ired and developed by the At lanta Board of Education fo r two primary schools a nd a middle school. RECREATION: The redeveloper will be required to designate usable land in the area to be acqu ired and developed by the City of Atlanta for th e ex pansion of an existing park.

COMMERCE, The redeveloper wi ll be permitted to designate and acquire land on which a sma ll retail commercial area will be developed to serve the residents and the surrounding community.

Publ ic stree ts and utilities designated in the Redevelopment Plan will be installed at no expense to the developer.

STREETS AND UTILITIES:

We invite you to study this brochure wh ich gives a brief description of the property, terms of sale and other data. Further details and information are quickly and readily available from the Atlanta Housing Authority. Th e maximum land mlues affe()table 10 F.H .A. for areas used for 221 (d){s) ho11Si11g is $4,500.00 per acre rnbject to 011tsta11di11g underwriting instmctions and will rt'prese111 the fair \'fil11e of land for use in cost certificatio11, \\'hen required.

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Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Re:

Parcels 22 and 23 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site

Gentlemen: We are re-offering this shopping center site with a much lower price and far better terms. The price is now $512 , 000 for both parce ls and $424,000 for Parcel 23 alone. The Redeveloper must deposit 5% of the purchase price as a Proposal Deposit at the time of making a proposal. If the proposal is acc epted , no additional money is required to b e d eposited for a period of one y e ar, at which time he must sign the contract and deposit earnest money totalling 20% of the purchase price. This is worth an-0the r look. See the attached sales brochure for detail s of the offering and the property . Proposals are to be opened in our office at 10:00 A. M. on October 8, 1968. If you need additional information, or want the forms for making a proposal, pl e as e advise us. Very t rul y your s ,

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LOWER PRICE: PR E-ESTABLI SHED MINIMUM PR ICE FOR BOTH PARC ELS $512,000.00

Here is an ideal shopping center site consisting of over 14 acres of land . . . close in ... just 2 miles from the center of the Cit y .. . and in one of the great residential trading areas of Atlanta.

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Adjacent to Sears Roebuck famo us West-End Store. This site has long Frontages on key streets . . . Oak, Gordon and Lee and Dunn Streets which provide easy and quick access. Interstate 20 could bring in customers from ju st about anywhere in the Metropolitan area. Improvements include water, n atural gas , electricity, sanitary sewage , storm drainage, paved streets. Zoning is Commercial, C-2 . We invite you to inspect this property . . . st udy its potential .. . get more detailed information from the Atla:., ta Housing Authority .. . and submit your proposal. This is a n excellent property ... and one that would be hard to duplic ate in the Atlanta area.

$424,000.00 for Parcel 23 alone. Proposals fo r Parcel 22 alon e are n ot acce p tab le (p rop osals with prices less than the se cannot b e considered ).

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Redeveloper , when submitting his P ro posal , ma kes a Pro p os al De posit in t he amount of 5% of the purchase price . One ye ar after acceptance of the Proposal, t he Redevelope r must sigi1 the Agreement for Disposition of Land and pay a total of 20% as Earnest Money. Six months later sale is to be closed.

�PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICAT D The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary pi:oposal forms , and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. Minimum prices have been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than these will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on October 8, 1968 at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include' a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. The primary objective of this invitation for proposals to buy and redevelop this property is the receipt and acceptance of one which contemplates the erection of a modern shopping center with an enclosed air-conditioned mall. Other acceptable proposals will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in tp.e area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED October 8, 1968

ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 523-6074

�PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will be glad to answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price has been established for this

property and no proposal with a purchase price less than this will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM. If an accep1able proposal is riot received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

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URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neigh· bars and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; However, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overal l planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

Proposals will be opened February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 523-6074

THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA Proposals w ill be opened February 5, 1969 at 10: 00 AM

Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building Atlanta , Georgia 30303

�December 2 , 1968

Mr. Dan E. Sweat, J r. Ci ty Hall Atl anta, Geor gi a 30303

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Par cel 28 Universi t y Center UR Area Projec t Georgia R-11 (Indu str ial Property)

Gentlemen: We a r e attaching a sales brochu r e which gives all the de t ails o f the offering of the above -describ ed i n dustrial property . The p r oper t y fr o nts 200 feet on the southwes t side o f St onewall St ree t and 150 feet o n the southeast side of Bailey St ree t . It i s loc ated o n ly a block from No rths i de Drive . I t has an a r ea of 2 6 , 28 5 squ a r e fee t a n d is z oned M- 1 a n d h as a min imu m sales p r i ce of $16 ,5 00 . 00 Proposals for t he p u rchase and redevelopmen t o f t h i s t ract of lan d mu st b e made on our fo r ms a n d will be ope ned i n ou r office o n J anu a r y 22 , 1969 , at 11:00 A. M. If y ou n eed add it ional i nformation o r ne ed the fo r ms t o mak e a proposal , please advise u s . Ve r y t ru l y y our s ,

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PERMITTED USES Light Manufacturing, includi ng but not limited t o processing, packaging, printing, needle trades, plumbing shop or tire recapping. Repair Shop. Warehouse. Who lesa le Sales. Service Station. Retail Store or Food Service, primarily serving the industrial area. No use will be permitted in the Industrial Area which may be obnoxi ous or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or vi brat ion.

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LOCATION AND ..SIZE: At the corner of Bailey and Stonewall Streets, j ust West of Northside Drive, in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area. Has over 200 feet frontage on Stonewall Street; 150 on Bailey Street. Consists of 26,285.03 square feet or .60342 acres of land.

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This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside University Center Urban Redevelopment Area ... an an and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlante Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a location makes it highly desirable from an accessibilit} public transportation, or by main thorofares. Well I, area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the

PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED: The Atlanta Housing Authority wi ll supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price of $16,500.00 has been established for thi s property and no proposal with a purchase price less than that will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on January 22, 1969, at 11:00 A. M. If an acceptable proposa l is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold.

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This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside Drive in Southwest Atlanta ... in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area ... an area comprising colleges, housing projects and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlanta Baking Company and Bostrum Brady Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a number of Industria l uses ... and its location makes it highly desirable from an accessibil ity standpoint, as it is easily reached by public transportation, or by main thorofares. Wel l located to quick ly serve the downtown area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the next fold.

PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR THIS PROPERTY

$16,500.00 Proposals for less than this amount cannot be considered.

�In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluatiug the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compat ability of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

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Mr4 Dan E. Sweat, Jr. Ci ty Hall Atl ctnto , Georgia 30303

RE:

Parcel 10 University Center UR Area Project Georgia R-11 Commercial Use

Gentlemen: We are re-offering this commercial property at a reduced sales pric e of $30,000.00. It contains 32,617 Square feet and fronts 213 feet on the south side of Greensferry Avenue, 124 feet east of Ashby Street. The property is well located in the University Center Area and there are many permitted u 9 es for which it may be developed. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives the details of the offering and the dimensions of the property. If you need additional informati9n or wish to make a proposal, please advise us.

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Retail store; Personal service facility, including but not limited to ba rber shop, beauty shop, laundrom at, tailor shop, shoe repair shop or photographer; Food service fac ility, including but not limited to rest aurant, bakery, beer store or liquor store; Office, including but not limited to hank, professional office or clinic; Amusement place, theatre or private club; Private school, including but not limited to music, dancing or art ; Automotive or equipment sales or service; Commercial parking; Church or Temple; Library; Mortuary; Accessory building or use custom arily incidental to the above uses.

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Gentlemen: Since we sent you information '. on the above captioned motel site, the shopping center site ea.st of the Sears-Roebuck West End Sto~e ha~ been sold ior $515,000 to A. P . S., Inc . , a local compa_ny that plans to '.spend a minimu m of $2 0 400 8 000 on the development .of an air-condition ed mall-type shopping '· center. We believe tha't this shopping center development will Illake Parcel 20 even more desirable as a motel site and suggest that you give consideration to ~t~ ~ossibilities o ·-· If you need any ad~itional information or the forms for mak i ng a proposal, - please advi~~ us .

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�A beautiful location . . . ·· Adjacent to the Expressways ... Minutes from downtown Atlanta Business and Shopping Areas ... This is a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area .. : with good frontage on two majqr streets and quick access to downtown, and sut::iurban business areas_. ·. ·. ·in faet just about any place ·'in· the Southeast. Located · at a major exit of Interstate 20 : .

LOCATION In Southwest Atlanta, Southwest of the intersection of Ashby and Oak Streets ... at an Exit of 1-20 .. ··. less than 2 miles from the center of Atlanta's main business district ... very conveniently situated ... a key property in the planned redevelopment of t_he area ... and long frontages on Oak and Ashby Streets. SIZE Parcel 20 consists of 3.0163 acres (131,390 square feet). IMPROVEMENTS Paved streets, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, natural gas, electricity. ZONING The property is zoned C-3 for hotel, motel or motor hotel. PROPOSALS ARE · NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the property or the method of making proposals. Minimum price has been established on this parcel and no proposals with a purchase price less than established minimum will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on April 17, 1968, at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve (12) months or until a proposal has been accepted by the Agency, whichever shall first occur. Proposal forms, survey plats, and complete details are available on request.

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. . . near main expressway connectors and interchanges ... with excellent exposure to heavy traffic ... yet very easy to get to.

This is ·a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area ... with good frontage on two majqr streets and quick access to downtown and suourban btJsi,nes's 'c;1re~s. . . .. •in faef ju;,t about any place ··in-· the Southeast. Located · at a majqr exit of ,Interstate 20 .'

This parcel has been designated a Tra11sient Housing Area A building or premise shall be used only for the following purposes: Hotel, motel, or motor hotel and incidental accessory uses including but not limited to, restaurants, barber and beauty shops, gift shops, florist shops, apothecary shops and book or stationery stores.

Parcel 20 $205,000 Proposals for less than this established minimum will not be considered.

�URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All prqposals must include a statement by the developer showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Authority will accept such proposals, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law. In evaluating the proposals, the Authority will consider the compatability of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the pro' posed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment.

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Ge n t lemen: We are at t aching a sa l es brochure whi ch gives t he d e t ails of his n ew o ffe ring of six f ll y deve loped s i ngle-fam ily b ildin g1 t s a nd o n es itable for a du plex in our Un iversi y Cente r r b a n Re deve lopment Area . The sizes and prices vary , dependent on size a nd location . Propo s al s f o r the p urchase a n d r edevel opment of n e r mor e of t hese 1 t s are o be open ed a t 10 : 00 A. M. o 0 c lock on Mar ch 20 , 1969 . I f accept able propo s a ls f or all o f t hese lo s a r e not r ece i ved , we s hal l c ont in e to re ce ive proposal s a d to open t hem as r ece ived for a period o f ·twelv e mo t hs o r u ti l all of t hese l ot s a r e sold . P:i:;-oposals mu s t be made on o r fo r ms whi c h are available upon reque s t . The pre-estab li shed sales p r ices as set fo rth in t h e sales b r ochur e are ve r y re ason able a n d a r e he va l ue s .h at will be a ttr ibu te d t o t he l ot s f or FHA mortgage i.ns u r a ce p rposes . I f y o wold l ike t he proposal f orms or n e e d addi i onal informa tion, p lease advise s . Very tr ly you r s 8

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lam asking r . Dan S-eat, with the ass i tance of r . John Robinson of t\s office, to communicate w i th r . Sattedield of te Atlanta Housing Authority and you, in order to ar 1nge a satisfactory meeting date for 'f'!Y to al1'C'USS ~ matters in your petition, and any ~lier ma tters Y\ would like to take up.

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�TUFF The Emmaus House 1017 capitol Avenue, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30315 December 3rd, 1968 Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor, City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Mayor Allen: Tenants United For Fairness (TUFF) is an organization dedicated to obtaining fair treatment for the residents of public housing in Atlanta. Its members include public housing tenants, other members of the low-income community who have been or may be in the future tenants in public housing, and other individuals who are sympathetic to the goals of the organization. As you will recall, TUFF selected the November 8th meeting of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NARRO) at the Marriott Motel to bring to the attention of the public the d e plorable conditions of life in the AHA projects. When a group of TUFF members appeared before you at that meeting to seek your assistance in their dealings with the Atlanta Housing Authority, you generously offered your help and sympathy. The purpose of this letter is to respond to your offer, and to ask you to meet with us and to use the power and prestige of your office to bring about a resolution of our conflicts with the Atlanta Housing Authority . As you know, our individual grievances are numerous, and~ to us, deeply distressing. They involve hundreds of incidents including the AHA's arbitrary decisions to dig up all of the gardens at Capitol Homes; they involve the fines and rule s imposed by the housing authority in a manner that seems to us unfair; and they involve a general atmosphere of bullying and intimidation.

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December 3, 1968

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We would not, however, seek to burden you with our individual problems. We turn to you because the entire system of public housing in Atlanta is operated in an arbitrary manner, without any concern whatsoever for the rights, desires or legitimate aspirations of the tenants. We turn to you for assistance in making basic structural changes in the operation of the Atlanta Housing Authority. In brief, we would like to discuss the necessity for tenant participation in the management of public housing, and the necessity for a tenant review board or hearing panel empowered to hear all tenant complaints and to review all decisions of the local housing managers. We are not alone in realizing the necessity for greater tenant involvement in the operation of public housing, nor in recognition of the necessity for housing authorities to realize that public housing residents have rights that must be protected. As one example of the nationwide concern with these questions, we have attached to this letter a copy of the questions posed by NARRO to its November 8 Workshop, asking: 1.

How are The H..~A Social Goals Being Implemented in Public Housing? and;

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What Does Tenant Participation Mean?

Many of the questions asked by NARRO point directly to the abusive practices we seek to change. We have also attached a copy of the proposed Bill of Rights For Public Housing Tenants. This Bill of Rights was drafted by and has been presented by The Housing Law Center of the Earl Warren Institute to HUD for adoption. We believe that Atlanta can and should l ead the nation by being the first city to adopt it as a guideline for the AHA. In light of the foreg oing, we the undersigned tenants of public housing and members of TUFF request that you meet with our representatives to discuss ou r problems. We also request that you assist us by arranging for ou r representatives to meet with representatives of the AHA so that our grievances and our requests may be presented to them.

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we sincerely believe that many of our differences with the Atlanta Housing Authority can be resolved through frank and sincere negotiations. We seek the opportunity for such negotiations at the earliest possible date, and implore you to assist us in our endeavors. Sincerely,

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In the light of the foregoing, we the under s igned tenants of public housing and members of T. u. F. F. r equest that you meet ~ith our re p resentatives to di s cuss our pro blems. We also req uest that you assist us by arranging for our representatives to meet ,,,ith representatives of the AHA so that our grievances and our req uests may be presented to them. We sincerely believe that many of our differences with the AHA can be resolved through frank and sincere negotiations. We seek the o p portunity for such negotiations at the earliest p ossible date and implore you to assist us in our endeavors. Sincerely, Tenants United For Fairness NAME

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�~ ' S 1968 NATIONAL HOOS.ING IDRKSHOP

Im Are the HM Social Goals Being Implerrented in Public Housing? Round Table Discussion

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'Ihursday, Novenber 7 - 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Upjating Managarent Policies and Practices 1.

Wlat LHA policies and procedures need to re changed?. -which policies are nost offensive to the residents? --\o.hich policies should re eliminated? -which i:olicies should re simplified?

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Hew can

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residents ass~st in determining which procedures should be changed?

H::M can the administrative i:olicies be liberalized to enable over in::are . residents to rerrain when there is oo suitable musing on the private market? -should a :min:)r' s incare re oounted as i.ncc.ne? ·

4.

W'lat is the nost e:pitable rent 's ystem arrl incane re-examination?

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lrn can applications -criminal records?

-oc,w often should a resident's i.ncare re re-examined? -is a flat rent system preferable to graded rents?

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simplified? Wu.ch infomation can re eliminated?

-illegitinate children? -addict or alcoholic in family?

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simplified? Are resident haootx:>oks effective in camunicatin3 residents? · -what should resident handbooks in::lude? -what are residents' rights and resi:onsibilities in the lease? -what are the UIA ' s responsibilities and -~ r s in the lease?

6.

HcM can leases LHA i:olicies to

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danage and surd1arges and security dep::>5its be eliminated? -what naintenaoce services are the resi:onsibility of the LHA, as the lessor?

can housinJ be nade nore secure for resident safety? -change of locks each tirre a unit is vacated? - app:>int a resident building superinterrlent in each buil.dinJ? -create or enlarge an IRA security guard? ·

re security guards? -lock outside ooors at specific tines and give tenants keys? -can residents

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~ t kioo of procedure should re e stablished in order that residents and applicants nay receive a hearing on oanplaints?

ho should re a rcenber of such a hearing panel"?

-how should nerbers be app:>inted? -\\'hat autlx:>rity should the panel have?

lO o lbw can IliA office

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be sclaluled to accamoldte \\10rking residents?

ll o Sh:>uld residents be infomed of !bard meetings am invited to atterxl? =should Boa.rd meetings be held in projects an a rotating basis?

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Expansion of Camunity Services and Facilities · · 1:

2.

Wlo should provide iocreased ccmruni:ty services for :residents? -the local rousing authority? -an outside social welfare agency? -the local camunity action agency? -the tenant asoociation? vllat services do the :residents need? lb-1 are priority needs detenni.ned? -education: headstart, rerredial, adult basic edu::::ation, ·citizenship and English -<lay care

-recreation -health:· daily care for elderly, ~care, · prenatal and baby clinics, education - c o ~ education: Food Stamp Program, credit unions, consuner co-ops -enployrrent training: apprenticeship program:; with local unions, N:ighborhcx:x:1 Youth Corps, IBA nodernization activities,.. aides in p.lblic welfare agencies, LHA managarent and maintenance staff

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Hav can the services be stimllated and

should coordinate than?

4.

Slould services be brought t o ~ residents" and located in the .project, or soould residents "go to the services" in ~ camunity? ·

Staffing!.

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can LHA managenent staff be alerted to be sensitive and responsive to

needs of residents?

-staff discussions? -training programs? -what is too role of local higher education institutions?

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Current managarent staff reassigned and how?

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Is additicnal staff needed? lbw should it be assigned? recruited for sare functions?

Can resi dents be

�NAHRO'S 1968 NATICNAL IOUSINS viORKSOOP

Wlat Does Tenant Participation M2an? General Session - Friday, Noverrber 8 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

nahro Tenant Associations

1.

lbw best to organize one? -by allowing anti-rx,verty agency to do it? -by oontracting with private agency to do it? -by hiring staff to do it?

2.

~ t ~ of paid v.0rker can best . help? -a professional social v.0rker (group v.0rker)? -an untrain:rl v.0rker hired via civil service? -a full7"tirre, paid tenant "field v.0rker" from the sane project? fran amther project? -paid by man: housing authority? anti-poverty agerq? private ageocy?

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HcM

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Should the :rrarl::ers get baby-sitter fee:3 paid?

5.

lbw to avoid their becaning grievance procedures?

should tenant association ~ s be paid? -for bus trips, picnics, arrl other social affairs -for mineograµling, p::,stage, tenant newspaper -for Qxxi Citizenship Awards, Garden Contests, etc.

-how to establi sh proper grievance procedures? 6. ·7_

vllat to do as the leadership noves out of the.project? lbw to organize tenants who live on scattered sites, in leased housing, etc.?

Tenant Partic ipation in M:magarent tenants to the Board of Camrissioners?

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Narre

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Consult with tenants r egarding: - plans f or new construction? - plans for m:rlernization arrl beautification? -decisions on rent collections , excess util i ties , evictions of inadequate families, social services, p::,lice relations, etc . ?

Tenant Participation in Maintenance

1. Hire tenants as janitors? Hire one family in each s ~ l l to lock up at night, l et latecarers in, clean hallways, etc . ? 2 • Hire tenants to v.0rk on grourrls? 3.

lbw to cloose the tenants to be hired - use civil service procedures or contract with anti-rx,verty agency or private agency?

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PHONE J A. 2•4463

Iva n All e n ,

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�Ann: Attached is the AHA letter for the Mayor's signature. Please read over the paragraph on the second page which I have clipped. I have circled the word on Dan's draft which I wasn't sure of - I believe it is "Commissioners". You might be able to tell if this is the right word or not. I'm not sure! Also, do we need to send copies to anyone? Dan didn't indicate whether we should or not. If we do, I'll need to ma_k e Xerox copies before it is mailed.

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March 6, 1969

ATLANTA. GA. 30303

Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404

IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison

Mr. Edwin L. Sterne, Chairman Atlanta Housing Authority . 639 Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Eddie: Thirty-one years ago the Atlanta H o using Authority was established to provide for decent shelter for the less fortunate citizens of Atlanta. Under the Authority leadership, the very first low-rent public housing project in America was built - Techwood Homes. Since that time, AHA has built and operated some 10,550 units. of public housing and has ' almost 1, 587 units under construction for occupancy very soon. At the same time, AHA has been the administrative arm for the City of Atlanta urban redevelopment program. Like the public housing program, the urban renewal program has long been recognized as one of the most outstanding in th e United States. No one can deny this fact! The Atlanta Housin g Authority has been a moving force behind the growth and development of this city. Over the years sinc e the inception of AHA, we have seen staggering changes in the economic, social and political face of Atlanta. AHA , like many other successful forces in the city, has been an agent for much of this change. It has, in fact, undergone much change in itself. Any organization which exists for any length of time builds up policies and procedures which must undergo constant review and revision as the environment in which it operates undergoes revision and evolution.

�Mr. Sterne Page Two March 6, 1969

The demands of the Tenants United for Fairness (TUFF) is a manifestation of one of the most profound changes in our society of the last decade. The rising expectations of the poor and forgotten for a bigger voice in the things which affect their lives have united many individuals in hopes that the many voices joined together will be heard. The voices of these people might not always be right, but they must be heard. It is my thought that the best interests of all the city could be served by a general public review of AHA policies and procedures and revision of such policies and procedures where this might be necessary to protect and satisfy the city as a whole. I do not intend to imply that AHA is right or wrong in any way so far as charges of TUFF are concerned. But I do feel that AHA, through its owh initiation, might do everyone a great good by calling for a general review of its operations. This might be done by setting up a blue ribbon committee of AHA commissioners, tenant representatives and leaders from the Chamber of Commerce, Christian Council, League of Women Voters, etc. Professional consultant help might also be brought in to assist such a committee. I realize such a step could be a painful experience. it might be the less painful route in the long run.

At the same time,

I will appreciate your comments and thoughts. Sincerely yours,

Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr:fy

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�IVAN ALLEN, JR. M AYOR ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303

Mr. Edwin L. Ste rne, Chairman Atl'anta Housing Authority 639 Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303

�March 6 1 1969

Mr . Edwin L . Stel"ne, Chairnian Atlanta Housing Authority (:>39 Trust Company of Geo:rg,ia Building Atlanta, Geot'gia 30303 Dear Eddie : Thirty-one years ago the Atlanta H ousing Author.tty was established to provide fol' dece:-nt shelt r for the less fortunat . citizens of Atlanta. Under the Authority leader hip, the very first low-rent public housing project in America was built ,.. Techwood Homes . Since that tjrne , AHA has built nd op rated som l0j 550 wiits Gf public houslng and has almost 1, 587 unit u:nd ~ construction for occupancy v ry soon. At the me tune, AHA has boen the dministrative arm for the City of Atlanta lU*b - n l'edevelopment progr :m. Lik the public housing program, th u-:ban :r;'enewal program has long been recognized as one of the most outstanding in th Unit d S t . tes .

No one can d ny thi

factl

The Atlanta Housing Autho rity has b · en a moving force behind th growth and dev lopm.ent of this city. Ov r the years inc the lnc ption of AHA, w have en taggering changes in th~ economic , sod 1 and political f o of Atlant . . AHA .. lik many other succe sful fore s in the city. h be n an agent £or much of this ch ng . It ha , in fac:tp und rgon much ch · ng in itself. Any oi-g nizatlon which xi ts !or ny 1 ngth of ti.m build up poli.cies and proc dure whlc:h mu t und rgo con t nt r view nd l" vision th nvironment in which it op r t undergo " revision and volution.

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Mr . Sterne Page Two March 6 , 1969

The demands of the Tenants United for Fairness (TUFF) is a manifestation of one of the most profound changes in our society of the last decade . The rising expectations of the poor nd forgotten for a bigger voice in the things which affed theht lives have united many individuals in hopes that the many voices joined togeth<u· will be heard .

The voices of these peopl heard .

might not always be right, but they must be

lt is my thought that the best inter sts of all the city could be served by a gen ral public rE)view of AHA policies and procedures and ,:evision of uch policies and procedur s where this might be necessary to prot ct and satisfy the city as a whol .

right or wrong in any way ~o far as

charg s of TUFF a.l'e concerned. But I do feel that AHA. through its own initiation, might do v ryon a great good by calling for a g n ral review

I do not intend to imply that AHA i of its op rations.

This might be don · by setting up a blu ribbon committ e of AHA commi ion , rs,. tenant r pre entativ s and le dete fr,om the Charnbeiof Com.rn :re , Chri tian Council, League of Women Vot rs , tc. Prof slonal consult nth lp might lso be b:rought in to as let such

a comrnitt e. I r aliz uch a t p could b · painful exp rience. At th it might be the le painfal route in th long :vun. I will appr ciate you:r comm .nt

nd thought •

Siner f ly youre.

'l v n All n. Jr. M yot lAJ,::fy

me time,

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M rch 6, 1969

Mr . Edwin L . Sterne, Chairman Atlanta Housing Authority 639 Trwit Company of Georgia Building Atlanta., Oeozgla 30303 D

r Eddi ;

Thirty-on y ar ago th Atlanta Hou in.g Authority was e t bli bed to provide for d c nt shelt r for tru 1 s tortunat citizens oi Atl ta ..

Under th Autho»ity le dership_, th v ry iir t low• :re-.nt public ouaing project in A ic built - Techwood Horne • Sinc e that tun , AHA ha built and Ot> ra d ome 10, SSO wtit of public hou ing and ha _lrnost 1. S87 l:mits undet' ·construction for occupancy very soon. At the • me tirn , AHA has b n th dmini-str tiv a.rm for th City of Atlanta u.rh n edev lopment program. Like the public ho ing progr , the u.rban l'en al progtam ha lOI1g been r cogniz d a one

of th moat outs

dtng in the Unit d S

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No one can de.ny tbi .fact I Th Atl nt Hou ing Authority ha b growth and dev lopm.ent of this city.

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moving force behind th

lnc th inc ption of AHA1 h conom.ic:, oci 1 nd politic: f ,c like m ny oth r aucc ful force - in th city, ha n n much of this chang . It h • ln f ct, und rgon mu.ch ch n ehang

Any org nl Uon hich slats .f or y l ngtb of time build up polic d proc du,r hlch mu t und rgo con t ii. vle nd r vision the nvironm t in ch it operat und rg I' vi ion d volution.

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�Mr . Sterne Pag Two March 6, 1969

The d mands oi the T nants United !or Fairness (TUFF) is a manif station of on of the J?Ost p:rofound change in our od ty of the la t decad • The rising xpeetations ot the poor and forgott n for a bigger voic;e in the things which affect th liv shave united ma.n y individuals in hopes that th many voices join d to.gethe~ will be heard . The voices of these p ople might not always be right, but they must be beard.

lt is my theught that the best intere ts of all the city could be rv d by a general public review of AHA policie and procedures and revlelon Qf uc:h policies and procedure wh re thi might be necessary to proted and s tisfy the oity as a whole. I do not intend to imply that AHA is ;right or wrong ui any way eo far a eharg s of TUFF al' concerned. Bu.t 1 do f l that AHA,, th.J'ough its own initl tion, might do evei-yone a gr at good by calling tor a. g n ral r vie of its operation •

This might b don by ettlng up a blue Ylbbon co1nmitte of AHA commission r _~ t 'llant r pr entativ s and le der from the Ch mber of Comm re , Cht'istian Council, League of Women Voter .., tc ,. Profe ional con wtant h lp might 1 ob brought in to iat uch committee. uch a 5tep could b p _inful x ri nc • it might b th l painful ro\lte in ton run.

I realiz

I will ppr ciat - your comment and thought • Slne~t-ely y.o ur ,

lvan Allen. Jr. M yor lAJr:fy

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�EDWIN L . STERNE

M . 8. SATTERFIELD

CHAIRMAN

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AN O S ECRETARY

LESTER H . PERSELLS GEORGE S . CRAFT

AS S OCIATE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

VICE CHA IRMAN

CARLTON GARRETT DIRECT.OR OF" FINANCE

GILBERT H . BOGGS

J. B . BLAYTO>I

DIRECTOR

OF' HO US INC

FRANK G. ETHERIDGE HOWARD OPENSHAW JACK F . GLENN

DIRECTOR 924

HURT BUILDING

ATLANTA, GEORG IA 30303 JACKSON

O F' REDEVELOP M ENT

GEORGE R.

SANDER

TECHNICAL DIR E CTOR

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We thought you might be interested in seeing Page 11 of this issue of the ATLANTA INQUIRER that features an entire page of news from Atlanta 1 s low rent housing projects. From time to time in the future, Jesse Hill, publisher of the INQUIRER, is making it possible for us to furnish such a page of news and pictures.

Margret Ross, Public Information Officer

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CITY OF .ATLANT.A CITY HALL

ATLANTA, GA. 30303

Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404

IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Ass istant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison

MEMORANDUM TO:

Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.

FROM:

J. H. Robinson

SUBJECT:

T.U.F.F.

DATE : February 11, 1969

You will find enclosed a report concerning the results of the January 16, 1969 meeting with representatives of T. U. F. F. , and B oard of Commissioners of the Atlanta Housing Authority.

This report was compiled by Michael D. Padnos , l egal advisor to T. U . F . F.

In his report, he indicated the '

status of T. U . F. F .

W e hav e not received a report from the Housing Authority on this meeting.

We would lik e to discuss this with you

at your earliest convenience.

JHR:bt

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Hampton Resigu Fro11 UNCF, Voorhees Beco11es New Me11ber NEW YORK - One o/. the memben cl. the Un11J:d 1',;ogro College Find &Ill I member of the Fund for 25 yurs, Hampc:on lnltl.-

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nae, 11 resigning Its mem• ber11h1p, It .. , 1nnounced jointly today by Or. Jerome H. Hollaa:I, Preatdent d. Hampain and OJ-. St.ephen J, Wright, Pren:lent of the United Negro College Flllld. At the 11me time, Or. Wright announced the electdo n ol. Voorhees College, Denmark, South Carollna,to the Finl. In submitting HamptOl'l's rettgnadon, Dr, Holland Ilk! that Hampton bu enjoyed

ltl long time membership In the Fund."

'"Wldle - regret: Hamplelvlnl," Dr. Wriglc Nld, "we rNllZe thl.tHamptoo ll a strong lntdtudonand bu 'come d ap' In !ta fund• ralalq. We are allop-OU;.1 to wekgme Voorhees Into roembersbfp, tor1'1

Diz Comes To La Carousel For One- Week Engagement Pa1chal'1 LA CUouael prou:llyannounces theopen• Ing of "Dtzzy"GWesple on Friday, Felruary 21 for a one week enppment.

~CF announced Justth1s week thet It recelYed the record tum of $6,W,nJ durlDI tbt 1968 campaign, reponed by c:unpalgnchalrman 111d trMaurer George Ctw.m• pion 1t"tbellrgest11111J1l 1DcrN1e In the Func:1'1 25-

year attheageofflfteen Olzr,·wu 1wtnled1.-:bolarshJp totheLaurlnburJlutl· ture In r-;onhcarollnundt.-gan I sndy of harmony and theory there. The sol.hi of I trumpet b11 echoed1cr011tbeva11tocean, 1nd1lertedmllllclow,nlbe world over that Dizzy Gil• le!lpte, the 'Ktng:of Jazz'1J1s tourlng:tbeworidono.1pln. ••Thllt1meon11J)tnnmg platterofwax.

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Rep. Dean Challenges South Carolina NAACP

Mun Bond. noted Neg:roeduCltor and DlreclOl"of EdUCI tlonll and Social Re11e1rchat the t:nlvenlty 1h11 week Ofl

Notable among recem speeches by 761h Dlltrtct Stice Reprelelltl,d Ye Jame, E, ONn of Atlsnta .,.1 bis addre• to the Stwellt NMCP Chapter ol CJafUn Col1ege In On.oiteburL oa

Adlnt1Un1-,enttyopened1 lecture llel'les by Dr. Honce

"'Black FAueatt011." The first lecture w11 on '"The Elememary and Secon• dary EducadonofBlackFolkl to the EndofWorldWarD" an:IW11bekllnDeanSapAudltorlum. H 7:30p.m. Tue~

day. Dr. Bcnd'1 leCODi lec111re tn tl9 ter1es "'11lbeon Msrcb 14 on "Hlgblr EdUCldoa of Black Foll: IP tbe Untlltd St1.te1.' to be foll.ofld cm. 0

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prely I political one. "Pol• ltlcl lacartng ...I ..~ Politics 11 actloa lnlliMd of Idle callt, P0Utlc1 1' dia aaly meentna.ful type of 8laclt Power" , be aid. Mr. Oeu 1118d die current experieDCel oldie 'blackcoalldoa' lntberre-0eor-

crndlld the college&1,1:lltorlum to • r die~ 10cW. worter tunled poUddan fomtfully urp yoma black Amer1clnl to ..cballenp: tbe 1Y9m and bemd lt lOdlllff'Y brNtSDg point" CD mate It produce ' 'IWllmanfor• dlla ll: ... fcrwldaL" TIii jal>Gfdllqlncdll_,...

gillqlllature11ana:ampll ol bowpolidcecuilZ'(ldlace for black ~ - ..w, are moving (bin In Adela) IIO ~ tile pa,Udca1 dlltl1ctl of our l!lilCl'OpCIIII INI IO u to plKe ....... cue clly u:I COlally . . . , . . -~llldll.,fll blld: paaple," Ill dldlnd.

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~a!~"'::a~r:~JM:\~1:~11~-~- H. L. R~mOC1,

UI : 1 . ~.Loclcett Is ~n:lent and Mrs. M.A . Ltnaey Girls Club staff leaders and volimteers repre.entlng clubl In Atlsnta, Columbul, Galnesvllle an:I Rome, Ga., and Pllenlx Clly, Ala., will i-,rtlclplte tn a state-wide workshl.p to be held Febn.ary 26 In Atlanta I t tbt Atlanta Glrll' Cub's Welt End Branch. Mias Lillian "Stormy'" Heael. Solabern Region field llnke director of Girls Clubs of America, II In charge of ti. workshop. ;I.lore ttan 40 staff membera an:[ vohllwrs are expected to attend. Mn. J, Robert Eubenkl of A.tlantll. nadonal pren:lent ol CCII., and Mrs, Carol J. Bogp. executhe director ot the Atlanta Girls' Club will welcome the delepte1. At.a jW'eNnt wtlJ be Mra. F, L, P~ott.e of Atlalltl, ct.Iman of lhe 111tloml annual conference ol Gtrll Clubl of Amert~ ca to be held here April 13-16, The workshop will begin wltb a coffee hour 11 9:30 Ind wUI conc:IWe It I p.m.

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February 10th, 1969

STAFF Michael D. Padnos Director Nancy S. Cheves General Counsel Richard Harris Community Education L. Rosser Shelton Virginia A. Bips William L. Skinner Bettye H. Kehrer Evelyn S. Fabian Colquitt McGee Eugene s• .Taylor John W. Brent Elmer L. Nash Larry B. Hooks D. Freeman Hutton Cynthia T. Beattie

Mr. John Robinson Community Development Co-ordinator Office of the Mayor City of Atlanta 68 Mitchell Street, S. W., ~tlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Johnny:

Michael H. Terry Edward L. Baety William J. Brennan, Jr. George Howell John Stephen Price Sondra Goldenfarb

The present status of TUFF is as follows: On January 16th, the Executive Board of TUFF had a meeting with the Board of Commissioners of the Atlanta Housing Authority, and presented to AHA a "Tenants' Bill of Rights a copy of which I have enclosed for your convenience. There was only desultory talk about TUFF's grievances, the principal issue TUFF presented to the authority being the future and not the past. That meeting concluded when the Authority agreed to "study" the proposed Bill of Rights. When Mrs. Mandy Griggs asked Mr. Stern how TUFF would have to wait for a response, Mr. Stern informed her that he "hoped" to have a response "within six months" but could make no promises. 11

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On February 3rd, TUFF called a meeting of community leaders to discuss tenants' grievances against the Atlanta Housing Authority. The following organizations were represented at that meeting : Good Government Atlanta Southern Christian Leadership Conference Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference Alpha and Omega Christian Church Young Men On The Go

SPON SOR ED BY UNI TED APP EAL AND ECONOM I C OPPORT UNI TY ATLA N TA, INC.

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Mr. John Robinson Office of the Mayor

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Urban League

National

Urban League

Local

Concerne d Clergy Georgia Council on Human Relations Atlanta Christian Council Community

Re lations Council

Southern Regional Council Lawyer's Committee f or Civil Rights Unde r Law Fulton County Delegation Nation al Association of Social Worker s AFL-C IO

Operation Breadba s k et Americ an Frien ds Servic e Committee Metropo litan Atlanta Ho using Conference, Inco rpo rated.

Approximately seventy peo ple were in attendance and at the close of the meeting, Reverend B. J. Johnson recommended that those present support the efforts of TUFF to obtain the Tenants ' Bill of Rights they had requested1 and support TUFF in any other way p ossible.

�Mr. John Robinson Office of the Mayor

February 10th, 1969 Page #3.

The Motion was unanimously carried and the participants of the meeting then determined to have a mass meeting on public housing property in order to test the housing authority's decision to forbid TUFF the use of its community centers. The group agreed to meet late in F e bruary. The leaders of TUFF and the leaders of the organizations represented at the Fe bruary 3rd meeting are now making plans for that mass meeting. According to my most recent information, the Boards of Directors of the f ollowing organizations have endorsed TUFF' s Bill o f Rights and p l edged to s uppo rt TUFF:

Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference Con c e rned Clergy Good Government Atlanta Ge o rgia Council on Human Relations, a nd Metro p olitan Atlant a Ho usin g Conference , I nco rporated.

As TUFF ' s l egal advi s o r , I am, as y o u mi gh t imagin e, anxio us to avo id any sit uation in which my cl i ents wo uld find themselves at odds with legally constituted autho rity.

�Mr. John Robinson Office of the Mayor

February 10th, 1969 Page #4.

The ,r igid and uncompromising position of the housing authority, however, has now angered a large segment of informed opinion in Atlanta. Anything your office can do to assist my clients would be greatly appreciated.

~y~ Michael D. Padnos Director ~P/cj \/Enclosure

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I have just learned from Mrs. Griggs, Chairman of TUFF, that the housing authority has demanded of her a substantial payment for "excess gas" and has refused to accept her rent unless she is willing to tender the excess payment. M. D.

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�BILL OF R7.S!-~S FOK PUP.LIC

I.

HOUS ~BNAN'l'S

BTQ~S OF APPLT.CANTS FOR PUBLIC HOUS:r~

Sec. 1.

The Authority's application forms shall seek only such

information as is pertinent, including the size of the househola unit, the income of that household unit and the need of that uni~ fo:1: public housing.

Que:::t.ions concerning t:'h.G Jegal standing

or t he murital status of members of the family, the legit:i.m::icy of the children in the fa:::nily, the police record of members of the family and other such informat:Lon, including race 0 ~:: religion, shall not appe~r on the application form, or be asked by any Authority employee.

Sec. 2.

Once the application form has been completed, an

applicant shall be given a number which indicates his chronologL cal place on the waiting list for the size apartment necessary for his family, unless on the face of the application the family is ineligible because of excess income or is ineli.gible because t:.he applicant lives in decent housing and pays a rent he can afford.

Sec. 3.

For t h e purpose o f det e r mi ning in it i a l e ligi bili.ty ,

a!l st.aterr-.ents made on the application are pre s umed to b e tr ue.

The .1\uthority ma~, verify income by communicating with an applicant's employers, with the Department of Family and Children's Ser.vices, or with other inc of!l'3 s0 1rces. 1

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If the Authority dete rmines r.hat dei::p:1:t-e

the statement given on the

application form the person or family is ine IJ.gi ble for publ:".. c housing because of excess income or no need, the family must be notified in writing within 30 days

following the date of the application of

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If the household unit io held to be ineligible and wishes to challenge this determination, a hearing shall be afforded.

This hearing shall comply with

the provisions of Part I I I hereof. An applicant who demands a hearing may not be removed from the waiting list until the Hearing Panel determines the question of eligibility. (b)

Any applicant not notified that he is ineligible within 30 days after the date of the application is deemed to

be eligible, and thereafter the Authority may not challenge his eligibility unless there is a substantial change in the income of the fartd.ly or the composition of the household unit, or the Authority can demonstrate that the applicant has moved to decent housing at a

rent he can afford.

Sec. 4.

Applicants shall be processed in strict chronological

order and no priority shall be given except those required by

Federal statutes and regulations adopted thereunder.

Sec. 5.

The Authority shall make c1.vailable for inspection at

reasonable times and places the rent schedule in effect at all projects under its

administration and the number of apartments

ava.ilable in each project brokrcm down by the size of apartment. The Authority shall also make available for inspection the general schedule of ma.ximum income which will permit. persons to be eligible for admission to its projects.

The Authority shall

mak~ available fer public inspection the waiting list of

applicantD.

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�Sec. 6 ·.

When an applicant has been notified that he is

eligible and that an apartmen~ is available, he shall be permitted 30 days within which to accept or reject tbe offered apartment.

II.

RIGHTS OF TENANTS IN PUBLIC HOUSING

Sec. 1.

The lease shall be written in clear concise language

able to be understood by laymen of average intelligence.

Sec. 2.

The signed lease does not in any way subtract from

any rights of the tenant under the United States Constitution, Federal and State statutes, case law

or regulations promul-

gated by the Departm~nt of Housing and Urban Development.

Sec . 3.

No lease, regulation or other written or oral

a greeme nt shall p e rmit the ter mination of a t e n a ncy on grounds other than the following : (a)

non- payme nt of r e nt :

(b)

commission o f active wast e (physical destruction) of the leased premises by tenant;

(c)

tenant is over-income as determined by the Housing Authority: except that eviction shall not be permitted if eviction would work extreme hardship on the family unit:

(d)

substantial interference with other tenants;

(e)

failure of resident to provide the Authority with income statement within 30 days from date of request.

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The Authorj.ty shal.i. not interfere direc-::ly or

i ndirectly

with the right of its tenants to free speech,

t o organize or to seek redress of grievances.

r:;o ten2nt

s h ;-; l l be evicted or otherv1ise penalized for engaging in

such activity.

Sec. 5.

The Authority shall not interfere with the right

of its tenants to quiet enjoyment of the premises, nor shall the Authority infringe upon its tenants' right to privacy.

The Authority shall not enter the premises rented

by a tenant without the tenant's express permission, except in case of emergency.

Sec. 6.

Rent is defined as that sum of money expressly

provided for in the lease between the tenant and the Authority.

The Authority is forbidden to levy any fines,

fees, or other financial sanctions upon tenants.

The cost

of repairs shall be charged to a tenant only if the damage was caused by the tenant's negligence, and such cost of r e pairs s h a ll be colle c t ible only by a s epa r ate civil acti on.

The Authority may not evict a tenant for fa i lur e to pay a da.roas-8 charge .

The te n a:1.t

sh.all not b e re2F:>nsibl'3 fo r

o r d i nary we a r and t ear .

Sec. 7.

Where repairs are deemed necessary by a tenant, the

t e nant or a tenant organization shall have the right to submit a wr itten or oral compl aint to the Authori t y .

If t he

compla i nt is oral, t h e r e spon s i ble offic i a l of t he Author ity shall reduce tl'Qtcomplaint to writing.

If the needed repairs

do not creat.e an emergency ( i.e., pose a threat to the tenant's safety or. health) tb.e Authority shall have 30 days in wh.i.ch to conside r the c ornpla.int and take appropriate action; provided that repairs to gas and electrical appliances - 4 -

�and equipment a.nd locks on out::;ide doors must be, m:-tde within

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ho~rs of the complaint.

If the Authority fails to act

wi thin 36 hours on an emergency complaint, the tenant may con·t ract privately to have repairs made which will eliminate the emergency conditions.

The tenant may reduce his rent

by the cost of repairs made to insure his health and safety.

Sec. 8.

Where repairs are deemed necessary by the Authority,

the tenant may make repairs at his own expense .

Sec . 9.

The Hearing Panel may invite the City housing

inspectors to inspect Authority premises in order to determine the existence of housing Code violations. The Authority h ereby wa ives a ny immunity it ma y othe rwise possess with respect to the action of the City's housing code inspectors .

Sec . 10.

Overall r espons i b i lity for rode n t cont ro l and

maintenance o f lawns , h allways, s t a irc ases and ot her c ommon areas o f t he Pr oj e ct shall r est in the Aut hority .

It shall

be ar all e xp e nses f or materials and labor and shall replace t en:::.nts' garb age rec ep tacles i n need of s ame.

Where regular

garbage colle ction is i nsufficient t o c ontrol i nfestation, add i t.i.ona l coll ections shall be made at the e x pe nse of the P. uthor i ty.

Sec. 11.

The graded rent system, whereby a tenant is

c h arged a rental which accords with his income , s h all be applied uniformly.

Rent s hal l be calculated on t h e ba sis

of actual ii:1come , and net possible, pr~sume d or potentia.l

income.

tr.come earned by a. minor child shall not be

considered o.s part of the pm_·emt' s income unless the child

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�Sec. 12.

Rent shnll be redetermined no more often than

once a year, with the exception of "hardship r <:m t." Where , during the course of a tenancy, a tenant undergoes a serious reduction in income, rent shall be reduced Immediately.

Such "hardship rent" shall then continue

until the next annual redetermination, with the obligation upon the tenant to report any restoration of original income level during this period .

Sec. 13.

In any redetermination of income, temporary

income shall not be projected on an annual basis, unless tenant's prior work history clearly indicates a pattern of maintaining temporary jobs on a continuous basis . Children of the head of the household who are under the age of 21 shall not be adjudged to be income-producing , unless the Hous i ng Authority has actual evidence of the ir employment.

Sec. 14 .

On ly a substantia l i ncrease o r dec r ease i n

family i r1come shall bring r ede termination pr oc edures into operation.

Su.ch amount shall be no l e ss t:han $400 ,

computed on an annual basis, or other basis if work is t empor a ry.

Sec . 15 .

Decreases in r e nt sha ll be r e tro active to the

beginning of the r ent de t e rmination pe riod.

Incre ases

in rent shall not be retroactive except in cases where t he Hear ing Panel finds that the t enant willfull y conc ealed information.

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Any disputes regarc!ing redeter.m:i.nati0n sha.11 be

submitted to the Hearing Panel or other arbitration body. The "reduced rent" concept, by which the tenant agrees in advance to be bound by any increases (up to maximum rent), shall be eliminated. III.

THE RIGHT TO AN ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING AND DUE PROCESS

Sec. 1.

The Authority shall adopt and promulgate

regulations establishing policies for occupancy in public housing.

The regulations shall give full consideration

to the right of tenants and rejected applicants to due process of law.

Said regulations, which shall be

incorporated in all leases executed by the Authority, shall be posted on all bulletin boards within the Project, and shall provide at least the following minimum protections:

Sec. 2. (a)

Notices Every notice of eviction or other sanction against a tenant and e very rejection of a tenant's application shall be typewritten, signed by an official of the agency, and mailed in a postage prepaid envelope addressed to the tenant's apartment of residence in the project, or, in the case of applicants, the addre ss furnis hed with the applicat ion by reg i stered mail, return rece ipt requested.

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The not i.ce shall adv ise t he tenant or appl icant of h is r ight to a he a ring on the action taken. The notice shall further ao~ise the tenant or a.pplic ant in clear and precise language o f the specific ground;:; for the action taken.

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�(c)

T}1e notice shall further advise the tenant of

his right to be represented

by legal counsel (including the address of the l6cal . Legal Aid office) or by any other person of his choosing at the hearing; his right to demand that the Authority produce at the hearing any employee whose testimony is alleged relevant. A copy of the rules governing the conduct of hearings shall be attached to the Notice. (d)

Every such notice shall issue within 5 days of a final decision by the Authority on the applicution, eviction or complaint.

Sec. 5.

Hearing Officers a)

Hearings shall be conducted before a panel

of three officers:

one officer to be designated by the

Authority ; one officer to be designated by the tenants of the project ; and one officer to represent the publ ic , to be designated by agreement of the othe r officers. b)

The representative of the tenants shall be

elected by secret written ballot.

At least thr ee weeks'

notice shal l be given p r i o r to each annual elect ion (except in t he case of an election to r eplac e a r e presentat i v& for an unexpired t e r m, in which ca.se ten d ay s' notice shall s uffice.)

The Authority s h a ll provi de a conve nient polling

place, and establis h convenient hours for balloting. No employee of the Authority shall be present at the polJ.ing place.

Necesaary supervi3ion of the polling place shall be

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�Tenants shall be allowed to file a wri-tten sealed ballot up to a period of 48 hours preceding the election. c)

All officers shall act in their respective

capacities for one year terms.

Elections shall be held

on a date exactly one year after the original election unless otherwise agreed to by majority vote of the tenants.

In the event of resignation or disability to

serve, the successor representatives shall be designated within ten days of the effective date of said resignation or disability, to serve as officers for the balance of the respective one year terms.

An interim tenants'

representative shall be elected in the manner prescribed in sub-paragrqph (b). d)

All officers shall be compensated out of the

Authority's funds at the rate of twenty-five dollars f o r each day of heari ng ser v i ce, or substantial port i on thereof . e)

Each heqring offi cer shal l serve fo r one month

as Ch airman of the He aring Pane l.

At the e nd of each

calendar month , t he Chairmanship s h all p as s to a d iffe rent officer.

Each officer shall serve four months during

each year as Chairman.

Sec. 60 a)

Jurisdiction of the Hearing Panel The panel shall have jurisdiction to decide issues

relating to evictions or other sanctions sought to be imposed by the Authority; rent determinations; and complaints by tenants against mamagement personnel but not against other tenants (unless such complaints against other tenants are considered as part of an eviction action under Secticn I (d) of Part II of this Bill of Rights)o

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The panel shall determine whether the action

taken by management conflicts with the Housing Act, the regulations of the Housing Assistance Administration, or the local Authority.

If the panel determines that a

conflict exists, it shall order the Authority to dismiss the notice of eviction, or order any other necessary and appropriate relief. In the event that the matter of issue does not conflict with a specific provision of the statute or the regulations, the panel shall decide the case, in an equitable manner, with the object of effectuating the

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humane intent and purposes of the Housing Act of 1937, as amended.

Sec. 7.

Conduct of Hearing

a)

Rights of Parties.

In any hearing held pursuant

to this Section, any party shall have the right to appear, to be represented by counsel or other person of his choosing; to call, examine, and cross-examine witnesses; to introduce into the record documentary or other evidence; and to present an opening statement and closing argument. b)

Burden of Proof.

In any hearing involving an

e v iction , rent determination or charges for damage to property, the burden of proof s h a l l be on t he Hous i ng Authority to support its position by a fair preponderance In a hearing involving any other issue

of the evidence.

the same burden of proof shall be on the party requesting '

the hearing.

The party having the burden of proof shall

present its case first. Sec. 8.

Hearing Optional a)

The hearing p,rocedure provided herein shall be \

deemed to be optional with the tenant or applicant.

The

tenant or applicant shall have the right to refuse a hearing before thP. Heax-:tng Panel and to seek in the first instance

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The hearing procedure provided heJ."'e.in shall be

deemed to be mandatory on the Housing Authority.

The

Authority must utilize the hearing procedure in the first instance and may only seek judicial review of decisions of the hearing panel.

IV. TENANT ASSOCIATIONS

Sec. 1.

The local agency shall allow free access to

Community Centers in the various projects for any purpose, provided that 5 tenants request permission to use the Center..

Sec. 2.

Management involvement in the formation and

operation of the tenant associations shall not be encouraged, and management representatives may attend tenant association meetings only by invitation of a majority of the association

members.

Sec. 3.

The extent of management involvement in the tenant

association is a proper subject for review by the Hearing Panel.

V.

TEN1l.NT PARTICI PAT I ON IN MANAGEMENT

Sec. 1.

Each project tenant association shall elect one

representative to meet with the Authority , for the purpose of advising the Authority as to the needs of public housing tenants.

This advice shall include, but not be limited to,

plans for new construction, plans for modernization and beautification, decisions on rent collections, maintenance policies, social services, police relations and pest control.

Seco 2.

Tenant participation in management requires among

other things, that the manager be a full-time resident of

the project .

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concerned as to whether or not the residences of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tenqnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with l:'I.:::nagement, or would you .prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our Olm cornmuni ty?

If you are in favor of TUFF handling our problems, please sign your naIOO under "YFB"• If not, please sign under "NO"•

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