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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 21

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Room 120), City Hall November 30, 1967 Miss Mary Uehlein 233 Winding Way Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 17011 Dear Miss Uehleins Your letter of November 26 addressed to Mayor Allen requesting material on housing in Atlanta has been referred to me for reply. I am glad to see your interest in housing, as it is a very important factor in current living in metropolitan areas. However, housing responsibility. in Atlanta, as in many other American cities, for all practical purposes, currently is limited to the boundaries of the City Limits. Enclosed is a copy of a report on Urban Renewal in Atlanta during 1961. The Urban Renewal Department has since been abolished. Also enclosed are copies of functions of the Housing Resources Committee and latest Summary report of the current low-income housing program being sponsored by the Housing Resources Committee. I believe that these documents will provide some of the information which you are seeking and will be helpful to you, With best wishes for success on your research paper on housing. Sincerely, Malcolm D. Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services MDJ/sle Enclst As stated ect Mayor Ivan Allen
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 24

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  • Text: Mr. Collier B, Gladin Page 2 December 1, 1967 Sucls: 1, xtraet from CIP report. 2. Copy of letter deted Octeber 6, 1967. 3- Copy of Low-incone Nousing Inventory report dated November 15, 1967. ect Mr. HR. Sarl Landers My, Dan E, Sweat
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 11

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  • Text: DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS SUPERVISOR OF INSPECTION SERVICES -8060-6FY-HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Housing Resources Committee Room 120, City Hall Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 59

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  • Text: MINUTES HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTES SXECUTIVE GROUP MESTIA September 12, 1967 The Executive Group of the Housing Resources Committee met at 10:00 aeMe September 12, 1967, in Committee Room 4'2, City Hall, The following members were present: Mr. Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman, Housing Resources Committee Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman, Housing Resources Committee Mr, Archer D. Smith, representing Mr. Charles L. Weltner, Acting Chairman, Legal Panel Mr. Henry L. Hills, representing Mr. Lee Burge, Chairman, Finance and Non-Profit funds Panel Mr. John Wilson, member, Finance and Non-Profit Funds Panel Mr. Charles F. Palmer, representing Mr. Clarence 0. Coleman, Chairman, Public Housing Panel Mr. F. C. Terrell, representing Mr. Wallace L. Lee, member, Land Acquisition Panel Dr. Vivian Henderson, Acting Chairman, Land Acquisition Panel Mr. J. A. Alston, member, Land Acquisition Panel Mr. Stewart Wight, member, Land Acquisition Panel Dean William S. Jackson, Chairman, Social Problems Panel Mr. Edward S. Simon, Vice-Chairman, Business Participation Panel Mr, Dale Clark, Chairman, Public Information Panel Mr. Malcolm D. Jones, Director Also present at the meeting were: Mr. William S. Holland, Executive Director, CACUR Mr. Lester A. Persells, Associate Executive Director, Housing Authority Mr. Alexander opened the meeting with comments pertaining to the program and then called on Mr. Jones to present the current status report of the program, Mr. Jones stated that his office was in the process of retyping the lowe income housing inventory report but had onli the summary ready for this meeting (Item 2 on the agenda and document 2 in the folder which had been presented to Executive Group members), He explained that included in the inventory are apertment units being develoved under conventional financing which cdo not cost more than $10,000 per unit to construct, $12,000 for each side of a duplex and $15,000 for a single family house. He explained that the last page of the summary contains notes, sme of which are especially significant. He explained that Item A of the notes gives a comparison of the status of the program on August 31, as compared with the previous report of June 28 and stated that on the whole we have lost ground in this program since the previous report two months ago. He then called attention to the extract from the CIP revort pertaining to low-income housing recuirements (Item 3 on the agenda and in the folder). He also pointed out that we are not really building lowecost housine in public housing but low-income housing. He also explained Item (a) on the agenda and the correspondin:; document in the folder passed out to Committee members, pertaining to available land suitably zoned for the low-income housing program. At this point Mr. Alexander explained that Mr. Jones' office was under- staffed to handle the statistical data required by the CIP and proposed that from here on out when someone goes to the Building Department for a permit we should try to get the Permit Desk to list what the rent on the units will be and number of bedrooms per unit; that there is no way we can require this legally; and that another thing that we need to do is to also go back to the developers now in the program and get more specific information on their plans. He proposed for this purpose that the City provide a Clerk to the Committee for not less than 3 months. He stated that he felt the structures being built ~ are reasonably good and that his feclin:'s are that a great deal more interest should be put in the lowest rental-purchase ranges; that we can get more in that price range from the prefabricated housing; that the carrying charges on these per month is important anc we should find out what it is; that to meet the really tough part of the program means going to the City for additional help. He also asked for comments from members of the Committee. Mr. Clark said he would support askin; for more help; that he also saw a news report for housing that wovld rent for $50 to $70 per month, under the Farmers Association program; that it is in DeKalb County, and is called City Line. Mr. Alexander stated that is a good start to zet lowecost housing in the counties. Another member stated that the Farmers Association prozram is also a part of the FHA program. Mr. Palmer inquired as to the definition of low-cost housing? Mr. Jones replied that it is essentially a matter of interpretation, Mr. Alexander stated that is was from $0 to $55 per month, Mr. Palmer commented "And they want low-income housing built uncer private enterprise?" Mr. Alexander replied it is thought of now primarily as a Turnkey development. Mr. Jones added "And even Rent Supplement", Mr. Alexander again proposed asking the City for a Clerk and developing a form for the Building Department to get filled out at the time permits are obtained anc stated that we will have to talk to Mr. Wofford about that. A motion was made that the matter be left in Mr, Jones' hands, Nr. Yates seconded it. The matter was drop»ed there. Mr. Alexander then explained that the roll of this Committee in zoning matters is not an open and shut case as to how to make recommendations to the Board of Aldermen; that we have been taking this on as a extracurricular roll to assist the develovers in this program; that this has been done in © several instances, but no members of this Committee have been asked to fo around looking at these sites to recommend those which we consider reasonable, Mr. Jones explained that this is what he and Mr. Gates have been attemmting to do; that they have been out with the s»xonsors and actually looked at most of the sites and have only listed anc encouraged those which they felt were practical and desirable; that in a several instances they have discouraged sponsors from submittins sites which they felt were impracticable or unsuitable. Mr. Alexander continued that his feeling is that we should try to aid and assist the builders in this program but that we have no power to chanze what is going on and that we are having our pro»osals turned down one by one for various reasons. He stated that the approach which he felt we should take is to issue a general statement about the housing program, its needs, and the shortage of land that is now suitably zoned and to work toward getting a rezoning of the entire City, with due consideration for low-income housing needs; that as for working with the developers we should be governed by what we see is acceptable to the Board of Aldermen and the Building Department in granting permits; and further to come to some conclusion about the problems. He stated that we should also help the developers arrange meetings with the Aldermen, Departments involved and anyone who wants to talk to them about deficiencies in Community Facilities related to the housing program, which in some instances have been legimate, such as parks, transportation, traffic, schools etc. He further stated that at the same time the urgency of this program has seemed to escape some »eople; that one thing which we also need is to emphasize the requirement for additional low-income housing in the neighboring cities and countics and make it clear that we are not trying to create a haven here in Atlanta for the whole country to come to and move in on this programs; that this may happen, but we should try to avoi' it. He stated that the CIP requirement is for replacement of houses and avartmenits that are unfit for human habitation. He then called upon Mr. Jones for comments. Mr. Jones stated he feels that it we do not take a position to actively support the cevelopers who have proposed good projects and which appear reasonable, he cid not know who would; that he was personally inclined to feel that we can do a service if we as a Committee take a »osition on such projects; that he does not think however that many areas will be built in the City which already have a surplus of community facilities; that he has hopec that we can supply facilities such as parks, schools, playgrounds etc. simultaneous with the development of the housing projects, by relying on other Agencies and other Departments; that those details should be checked into carefully and coor
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 39

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTES October 30, 1967 SUMMARY STATUS OF ACCELERATED LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROGRAM (Commenced Nov. 15, 1967) yr i 2 yr. Program, 1967-8 59% 13% 30% 9,800 1967-8 Goals (5586) (127)) (290) (0) Public FHA Pvt. Development Status No. Units Housing 221 (Conventional) Elderly Completed (new const.) 1,25) sae (373) (881) cis Under Construction #3176 (790) (393) (1993) “we In Planning 6,190 (2010) (3836) (8) (296) Total In Sight ##10,620 ++%( 2800) (602) (2922) (296) Deficit- 2786 +3328 -18 +296 Being Considered 5,210 Of which (2,167) are doubtful. FHA is currently considering 1,125 of these. 7,166, Of which 5,806 units proposed, were showm in the previous report and 1,360 additional units are accounted for in this report, as Lost. (The majority of these losses are due to disapvprovals on locations and zoning e) Did Not Materialize “Most of these, should be available by end of 1968. **Includes 1,10 units of P.H. being developed by the Housing Authority + 1,660 units on ); sites proposed under Turnkey for P.H. In addition, 162 units have been leased for P.H. and leasing of )\51 additional units for P.H. is being negotiated. In addition, 6,315 units have been rehabilitated through the Housing Code Division, 212 units by the H.A. in the West End U.R. Project and 30 units voluntarily by private enterprise. FHA has received applications for rehabilitation of 167 housing units. Note: Includes only units financed under Federal assisted low and medium income housing programs; and units constructed under conventional financing as follows: Multi-family units costing not more than $10,000, exclusive of land Duplex units " " n " $12,000, " It tt Sinzle family units " " 0 " $15,000, nt " " Respectfully Submitted, See NOTES (last page). Pouwbea L Sc een Malcolm D, Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services Encls: 1. Suwnmary of Public Housing in Atlanta eanieetCiy of Projects and Living Units (Private and Public) (wjs/ of hice copierouly d - Notes ( mele #1 887) 560 14,514 11),0 ( 650) ( 10) ( 350) 200 ( 500) 300 ( 162) HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE October 30, 1967 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN ATLANTA Existing Units in operation - filled. Units in Development staze, as follows: Units under construction off McDaniel St., in Rawson-Yashington U. R. Project (scheduled for completion in '68) (28) Kyataly 168 (02) byaBec. 168 Units under construction in Perry Homes Extension - South of Procter Creek. (78) 3 Bedroom (16) Bedroom Bids opened March 7, 1967. Permit issued May '67. - (16) 5 Bedroom Estimate 18 months to construct. Units planned for Thomasville U. R. Project ( 0) 1 Bedroom (16 for elderly) In hands of architect. To advertise in Fall. (120) 2 Bedroom 2-3 months additional before construction can start. ( 80) 3 Bedroom 12 months, at least, additional for construction. ( 80) ) Bedroom Will try to have vart delivered before final. ( 30) 5 Bedroom Units allocated - Proposed Turnkey; (1660) tentatively pledged on )} sites approved by HUD. (Only 1010 of these units are firm). (Of this allocation are approved for leasing program). Units allocated for leasing program. (Leasing is only possibility for additional Public Housing units in occupancy during 1967: can only be turned over for Public Housing occupancy as become vacant). Units under lease (65 units, Murphy Apts.; 1:8 units, Tennessean Commons; 31 units, Sims Maddox's Apts. at Capitol and Vinara, require rehabilitation; 18 units on Darzan Place.) Negotiations under way for leasing 51 additional units. : ~ Total Potential De td ta e I. Je PS o HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE October 30, 1967 NOTES Uni-structure - Daniel W. Gaskin; Magnolia Corporations - David S. Wolff; and Mod (Knox Mobile Homes), W. F. Silmore, are all very much interested in installing prefab mobile homes in Atlanta as manufactured. They have thus far been prevented from doing so because of local Code requirements. These still appear to be the best possibility for getting low-cost single family homes in Atlanta. No interest in this field has been show by private enterorise through conventional Construction. Southern Stress-Plus, Inc. - John D. Johnson recently exhibited at Lenox Square a patented panel (assembled on site) prefab house to sell, installed on purchasers lot, as follows: 1 BRm = $5,000.00; 2 Bam ~ $5,800.00; 3 BRm - $6,600.00. Proposed locations for low cost housing are being coordinated with the Planning Dept., for adequacy of Communtiy Facilities, existing or proposed. Proposals are also reviewed periodically with the School Dept. for adequacy of school facilities, The Foundation for Cooperative Housing, which developed Eastwych Village and Cambridge Square (both in DeKalb County), are sponsoring the 200 unit London Town House development in Atlanta (Item F-5), In view of difficulties encountered in zoning and setting other avprovals on sites proposed for large multi-family developments, it is apparent that the low-income housing program will have to lean heavily on Developers and Builders providing a substantial vortion of the program on small scattered sites. Thus far, 555 single family houses (Item F-12) and 2,)));0 units in duplexes and relatively small apartment developments, all under conventionel financing, are in this category. No proposal has yet been made for construction of units (even efficiency or 1 bedroom) to rent or sell for as low as $50.00 per month. The City's greatest need is in the $30.00 - $50.00 per month-rental purchase range. Attorney Blackwell in Decatur has proposed a concrete 3bedroom, 1 bath, 1,000 sq. ft. house which he claims can sell for $6,000, plus land costs, incl. heating and air conditioning equipment, National Homes Corp. of Lafayette, Inc. placed on the market Feb. 1, 1967, a 800 - 900 S.F. (0.S. dimensions) 3 bedroom, prefabricated, >reassembled panel, single family house plus a 96 S.F. (1.S. dimensions) storage building manufactured by Arrow Metal Products Corp, to sell under FHA 221 d (2). Price includes plumbing, electrical, heating units, stove % refrigerator, House can_be completely assembled in &5 man hours; 53 of these (with conventional plunbing) are being erected (prexsuld) in the Thomasville Urban Renewal Area. Apvrox. 800 sq. ft. house is priced at $12,200, 900 sq. ft. house is priced at $12,600. Adrian Homes Corp. has proposed a prefab to retail for about $7,500 plus land, foundation, closing and possibly tapping fees (See Item C-10 for others). Saul Gray is one of five partners in ea Corporation which owns 280 new units off Bankhead at Elbridge St., which he wants to sell, + a potential development on the site for 512 additional units, Area is already zoned A~l. Rehabilitation by Housing Code Division of Building Department on Boulevard in Bedford-Pine U. R. Project (aporoximately 700 wits involved) commenced February 1. The U. R. project is still in survey and planning stage. A list is available in Housing Resources Committee office of 103 units on Boulevard which the owners stated they wish to sell, rather than rehabilitate. This list has been made available to the H.A. and toa National concern interested in developing a Rehabilitation Demonstration project in that area. Ralph L. Dickey of Atlanta has proposed a non-profit revolving fund enterprise to acquire substandard housing, renovate it and resell, primarily through private enterprise, CACUR recently decided to form a non-profit corporation to rehabilitate existing units under 221 (h). Morris Brown College is another such sponsor, . Information is welcomed as to changes, additions or deletions in material contained in this report. (Call 522-63, Ext. 30).
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 38

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE September 27, 1967 Proposed Procedures to Assist the Low-income Housing. Program (Which Can Be Initiated Now) 1. The Mayor, assisted by the Chairman, Housing Resources Committee, to explain to the members of the Board of Aldermen the seriousness of the current situation and the need for the accelerated program, together with the principal problems involved, and to urge their cooperation and assistance in carrying out the program. r | | 2. Until such time as Public Housing facilities can be obtained and operated by the Housing Authority in adjacent unincorporated areas, request the Housing Authority to adopt the policy that applicants not be assigned to Public Housing until after they have established legal residence within the City Limits of Atlanta for at least one year. ; 3. A Non-profit Housing Developniatt Corporation be formed as soon as possible and provided with ample revolving funds (suggest at least $100,000 public funds and $900,000 to be obtained through private loans) with which to acquire and bank land, for ultimate disposition without profit, for development of low-income housing and to otherwise participate in the low-income housing program. lh. The Planning Department to effect as soon as possible a comprehensive revision of Zoning whereby amounts and locations of land zoned or qualified for rezoning for multi-family low-income housing will more adequately meet the City's needs for such housing. 5. The City to expedite applications for its future proposed Urban Renewal Projects in order to make additional land available for low-income housing, but _to execute redevelopment of such project areas on a section-by-section basis only, in order to minimize displacement at any one time. Plunkettown and East Atlanta would provide excellent locations, although Plunkettown has previously been considered primarily for industrial development. Effort should be made to provide for extension of low-income housing development in Plunkettown, southward into Clayton county. where the major portion of the area needing renewal already lies. 6. Establish policy that determined effort be made to. locate some low-income . housing in each Ward of the City, recognizing that the bulk of such housing will of necessity have to go in areas where land is available at prices which make {itoxcone housing development economically feasible. Aldermen in respective Wards to be urzed to work with Planning Department, Housing Authority and Housing Resources Committee -in determining locations and number of: units considered appropriate for their ‘ard. 7e The Housing Authority be requested to adopt a policy of trying to locate a sizable portion of its future Public Housing, Purnieey or otherwise, on small and medium sized scattered tracts, rangeing from ); to 200 units each, within general areas of the City to be selected, in coordination between the Housing Authority, Planning Department and Housing Resources Committee. 8. Establish a centrally located Housing Referral Service (to be operated perhaps under EQOA) to assist people in finding dwellings within their means, particularly those people not displaced by governmental action and those who cannot qualify, or will have difficulty in qualifying, for Public Housing. Such service to utilize private enterprise housing to the fullest extent and to have under its control a limited number of housing units which can be used for emerzency housing for not to exceed a 90 day period for any one family. 9. To encourage in any way possible greater interest by developers in construction of single family sales housing for those in the medium income bracket; and rehabilitation by private enterprise of wsisting housings, under 221 (h) or otherwise, for rental purposes. 10. The City Building, Plumbing and Electrical Codes to be revised to permit installation in certain designated areas of well designed prefabricated dwelling units, using proven and generally accepted materials, as assembled in the factories; to be installed on minimum lot size of 5,000 square feet. 11. Provide tax incentives (if necessary through legislative action) substantially as follows to builders and developers of low-income housing units which will rent or sell in the private market in the $5 to $65 per month range: utilities not included. Rental’ or , No. Bedrooms Purchase Ranze Tax Abatement % No. Years 1 Bedroom or Efficiency $h5.00-55.00 100 lst year 75 2nd year 50 3rd year 25 lth year 10 Sth year None Thereafter 2 Bedrooms $55 .00-65.00 Same as above 12. Establish a positive and jntenSive program (classes), through EOA or other source, in depressed areas of the City for education of loweinwane tenants in proper . conservation (care and maintenance) of dwellings and premises which they occuvy. 13. The City to continue to actively work for reinstatement of the Rent Supplement Prosram, in substantially the same form as previously authorized. 1h. The Housing Authority to take an active roll, both in Lhe neipnbenkoods involved and politically, in selection of sites for Public Housins and in supvort of rezoning petitions on sites considered suitable for Public Housing under the Turnkey program. 15. Sponsors of sites proposed for rezoning for the low-income housing program to be encouraged by the Land-Use Control (Zoning) Division of the Planning Department and the Housing Resources Committee to seek and actively try to obtain general neighborhood concurrence at least two weeks before the rezoning signs are placed on the property involved. 16. On all sites proposed for low-income housing, the Planning Department to promptly determine the adequacy of Community Facilities for the proposed development, and prior to presentation to the Planning Board; if inadequate, to coordinate with Departments or Agencies involved with view to arranging for their adequacy by the time the development is completed and occupied. In the event such facilities cannot be provided, to notify the Housing Resources Committee before the Planning Board considers the proposal, 17. In order to assist the Planning Board and the Zoning Committee, the Housing Authority to submit to them written recom endations on all sites on agendas proposed for rezoning for Public Housing; and the Housing Resources Committee to submit recommendations on all sites on agendas proposed for rezoning for low- income housing under either the Turnkey or 221 d (3) programs. . 18. The Housing Authority be requested to expand its Public Housing progran, particularly leasing and purchase, into the adjacent unincorporated areas.
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 34

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  • Text: MINUTES HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE MEETING October 234 1967 The Chairman, HRC Committee, and the Land Acquisition Pahel of the Housing Resources Committee met jointly with the members of the Planning Department at 11:00 asm., October 23, 1967, in Committee Room #2, City Hall, pursuant to invitational notice attached. The following members were present: Mr, Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman, Housing Resources Committee Mr. F, C, Terrell, representing Mr. Wallace L. Lee, member, Land Acquisition Panel Mr, Clayton R, Yates, member, Land Acquisition Panel Mr. J, A. Alston, member, Land Acquisition Panel Mr. W. W. Gates, Consultant Also present were invited guests, including: Mr. George W. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Chamber of Commerce, Housing and Redevelopment Committee Mr, Dan E. Sweat Jr,, Director of Governmental Liaison Planning Director, Collier Gladin, presided, Mr, Gladin stated that he and the members of his staff were very happy to have an opportunity to meet with the Housing Resources Committee and discuss mutual problems. He stated that every effort would be made in the future to work with the Housing Resources Committee. Mr, Gladin briefly explained the progress being made by his Department in preodueing a new LandeUse map, He presented a map showing progress to date, but explained that many changes would necessarily have to be made before the map is completed and approved by other city officials, Mr, Gladin also stated that consideration should be given to higher densities fer low-income housing, including use of high rise. Mr, Pierce Mahoney of the Planning Department explained the proposed LandsUse map in detail and also exhibited a second map indieating projections to 1983. He stated that the locations of the proposed rapid transit system stations have not been determined and this could be one item that would involve possible changes. City Planner, J. C. Johnson distributed a list of possible sites for low- income housing prepared by the Planning Department on October 23, 1967. He stated that in his opinion a package of 10 to 15 possible low-income housing sites distributed throughout the City should be submitted at one time for zoning consideration, rather than individual requests for each property. He stated that the package approach would hopefully aid in surmounting neighborhood and Feceral objections such as have been encountered in connection with individual parcel zoning. He explained that Mayor Ivan Allen's goal of 16,800 low-cost units in five years has been slowe!: by objections of residents and the Federal government, high land costs and difficulty in getting zoning changes. Johnson s-id most of the sites the planners are considering aren't zoned for apartment units. Residents on numerous occasicns have appeared before the Aldermanic Zoning Committee to beat back requests for zoning changes that would permit low-cost housing in their neighborhoods. Mr. Johnson ssid that he hoped the Housing Resources Committee, the Citizens Advisory Committee on Urban Renowsal, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Housing Committee or some similar group would pursue the package idea, develope it and submit it to the proper zoning authorities. He stated that the list distributed was incomplete and that probably a number of additional areas could be added. Mr, Johnson submitte? a proposed development plan, using the old Ball Park site on Pence de Leon Avenve as an illustration of how a site might be developed for mixed uses including high rise apartments, shopping areas, etc. Mr. Gates, HRC Committee Consultant, provided members of the Planning Department with a list of 22 Proposed Sites, dated October 10, 1967, which owners or those having control, have voluntarily listed with the HRC for sale for use in the low-income Housing Program. Only ) of these sites are zoned A-1 however. Mr. Cecil Alexander, Chairman of the Housing Resources Committee stated that there appears to be an excess of land in the City presently zoned for industrial use and suggested that study be given to determine if some of this land should be released for use as apartment sites. Mr. Alexander also stressed the urgent need for an overall Land-Use plan which would make additional apartment sites available. The meeting adjourned at 12:15 p.m. Respectfully submitted, tie OO EE cys SF TS ROL Malcolm D. Jones ¢ ¢ Supervisor of Inspection Services Encls: Invitational Notice. (with original Possible Sites for Low-income Housing, dated October 23, 1967. only) Proposed Sites offered for the Low-income Housing Program dated October 10, 1967.
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 55

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  • Text: WE BUILD THE WORLD OVER fe ‘S\ te - ~—— —— TT akas apnea ENA rrr SS) | Sy ar Mi aiwit ©) ay SS oo Eyidy Sj ae aR ey G'a8) ar Cay 1,4 i el arate (lerrzs hee —* —— eee ant \\ GENERAL CONTRACTORS CORP. {Fe eee aes tee 2 eer EUR aa i Stine te ert ree ee pagina 629 F,. STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON , D.C. 2000) 628-5793 HOME OFFICE October 16, 1967 ‘). Mr. Malcolm D. Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services 120) City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr.. Jones: I wish to apologize for taking so long to thank you for such a warm welcome to your city to establish a branch office for the sole purpose of rehabilitation. Due to the long drawn out red tape, I have secured the necessary paper work that is required to come to your city and open up a branch office. I will be in Atlanta on or about the 23rd of October, and will be temporarily stopping at Mre Alexander's office, 208 Aubern Avenue. Any information or suggestions that you would deem necessary for me to establish the office and proceed immediate operations, I will be more than grateful to you and by doing so, I am confident that I can be of great assistance to the unemployment problem in your city and state. Once again, I thank you very much and will you please be kind enough to thank the Honorable Mayor for mee oT. ie oy eck oe ent Reb Keton — ons, President IS/dh COMMERCIAL & PRIVATE BUILDERS - REMODELING - EXCAVATING
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 46

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Memorandum To: Mr, Den E. Sweat Jr. Director of Governmental Liaison Pursuant to your instructions I attended the Conference yesterday on Turnkey indicated in the attached. This Regional Conference was held in the Biltmore Exhibit Hall and lasted all day. The meeting was directed by Mr. Arthur Ray Hansen, Assistant Administrator Washington participated Mr. Joseph Berstein, Associate General Counsel, HAA and Mr. Charles B. Altman, Deputy Director, Technical Division, HAA. The Conference was attended by about The accelerated procedure is designed to cover a 28 weeks period, from solicitation to developers by the local Housing Authority to start of donstruction. program Program by the governmental entity which the local Housing Authority serves. Perhaps the most significant item of the Conference, from our standpoint, was in responce to an anonymous question by me, in which Mr. Bernstein stated that a Teal cedar ts aie dn din ie ee ie tn 4 3 : g Mr. Dan E. Sweat Jr. Page 2 October 2), 1967 It has occured to me that, if this can be done for the Tarskay: program, perhaps it could be done for the 221 d (@) program also. Malcolm D, Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services MDJ/slc Enel: Notice from National League of Cities dated September 21, 1967. ee: “Mayor Allen - Mr. Cecil A. Alexander
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 49

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Room 120), City Hall Memorandum Tos Mr. Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee en aes 5 a ee eS ee Administration, Department of Agricultuxe, Room 256 Peachtree-Seventh Building and talked with Mr. S. L. VanLandingham, State Director end Mr. David D. Slappy, tooesootin Estate Loanse The Farmers Home Administration has no regional OMe I learned that ee ee es Se eee ee ee ee They do have a 0 unit rental development, “County Line Community", under way in County line, in a rural oriented area. The project is onese Units in this or other rural areas cannot be i tee fle programs qualify conventional loans local lending institutions. SS oe ee eee We ek oe ee D built. Me. Cecil A. Alexander October 2); 1967 Malcolm D, Jones Supervisor of Inspection Services MDJ/alc Enels Pamphlet PA~l;76, Rural Housing Loans, J. S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration. ec: Mr. Dan E. Sweat “ Mayor Allen
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 56

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30308 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 Room 120), City Hall October 17, 1967 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R, EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS, ANN M, MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Lizison Dear Committee Member: Wwe Our Chairman, Mr. Cecil A. Alexander, has especially requested an additional meeting of certain representatives of the Housing Resources Committee with the Planning and Development Committee to discuss specific locations for rezoning for low-income housing in connection with the city-wide Land-Use study now being developed by the Planing Department. This meeting has been scheduled for 11:00 a.m., Monday, October 23 in Committee Room #2, Second Floor, City Hall. We hope that you can attend this meeting. Sincerely, PDncl Malcolm D. Jon Supervisor of Inspection Services MDJ/s11
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  • Text: October 10, 1967 HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Room 120), City Hall Proposed Sites Which owners, or those having control, wish to sell for the Low-income Housing Program. Location Acres . Zonine Controlled by West of Wilson Mill Rd. S.W. 27 R-S Rev. R. J. Jackson, Opposite City Park Morehouse College Tel. 523-2250 East of Bolton Rd. N.W. 10 A-1 Robert P. Matthews South of Bankhead Tel. 351-);980 N. of Sandy Creek (Deceased) Adjacent to I-285 South side of Ponce de Leon 3 A-L Robert P, Matthews East of Moreland (Deceased) (for Elderly) E. of Boulevard Dr. N.E. ler R-5 Robert P. Matthews Between Rogers & Warren (Deceased) S. side of N. Ave. N. We 8 R=-5 uM John. Gilmer L.L. 175, llth Dist. Fulton Co. Tel. 87-6320 near 12)8 North Ave. E. side of Field Rd. N.W. 64s A-1 John Gilmer Adjacent to Bowen Homes Near Neighborhood | \+ ? Mes. Hickstrone Health Center 3309 Oakcliff Rd. S.W. 31 Brownlee Rd. S.W. Tel. 52)i:-S8)1:7 West of Lyndhurst Dr. S.W. 35 R-5 & R=3 Martin P. Cohen near Utoy Creek 38,7 Roswell Rd., N.E. Tel. 261-2987 Elbridge St. N.W. 260 units A-l Rev. Saul Gray off Bankhead Hwy. for sale 97 Berkshire Road, N.E. +1764 Tel. 874-7762 (one of 5 partners) Adjacent to 344A Tel. 755-3238 255 Harlam Rd. S.W. Gordon Rd. 5.W. L7A For Sale sign on property South Side West of Seven Courts Fair St. def C & S Realty Between Peters St. 52h-2052 and North Side Dr. 200 Henry Grady Bldg. Boulder’ Park Area Qh + R-6 Jim Dempsey Annexed Jan. 1, 1967 ha East side Empire Dr. S.E. 25 4 M-1 Lee P. Fore S. of Oak Dr, S.W. Vice-President Belleau Inc. 602 Healey Blag. JA 3-6008 East side Nisky Lake Rd. S.W. N. of Campbellton Rd. South of Custer Ave. S.E. at Ellby Rd. N. of Etheridge Dr. N.W. Adjacent to Jackson P'way on East side Off Cascade Rd. S.W, outside of but near City Limits in Fulton County Off Boulder Park Dr. S.W. Adjacent to Country Club Estates N. of Cambellton Rd. S.W. W. of Nisk Lake Rd. LL hh, Dist. FF E. side Northwest Dr. N.W. S. of Proctor Dr, In LL 258, 17th Dist. 337' & 338' on N.W. Dr. N.W. Corner Alvin Dr. & Sizemore Ave. N.W. 30% R=5 18+ R=5 16+ A-1 63A Apts. +3 7A 38 R=3 48.25 R-) + 3.9 (Adjacent) House & Lot “ 195' x 285! +2 additional Lots (adjacent) 60' x 195! 75! se 195! M. W. Griges & friends 77 Ivan Hill Circle, S.W. Tel. 755-3182 John R, Hall Adams, Wallis & Hall 3711 Roswell Rd. N.E. Suite 210 Rohert Mathews 351-),980 (Deceased) Robert L. Fine, Attorney In Decatur Tel. 377-661 Harry Belfor , Tel. 52))-2323 (Omer - Luther Fraser) Douglas Wood Realty Co. 9h: Gordon St. Sel. Tel. 755-3511 Tom Swift Palmer Realty Co. Tel. 233-5186 Mrs. L. H. Sluder Lithia Springs, Ga. Tel. 941-1577 (Atlanta Exchange) <* * . =, i : pS ; oF cS eve vd LINCOLN ‘ ae ie PARK CHAD ty “N jen" ? ah} e 5 Pr 4 oan srseny wate | Fanon S jet om i ‘a on tn : a : east a sibs ‘ened =e, af Crandon Net Industrial Dist. \8 2 z = 2 = 2 "Te 32 oe ae ; Zoa ‘ oc A es S gWhuw errewre 2 Ts % Serirvave te FET Ory ey 3 2 olf Jeune aup eo JOHN A. Pats cS WHT = DANLORTH Ry Td cciuesiran o a e a a " : ances 1A, CEM se 1 Sao 7 3 OAG, & i . \ } : Soe eat A 2 | ay nun naLe S “SANDTa; oats ae = qa Elune fe ats a7 ataliecata Ca ELLIAS! tat at. GRAYMONT — «Mra jens s a = +a one aie 5 gnntl ae Oz S TNetegi my, 14 & { | HELVIN DR, FT. McoPMEHSOS wand, iomape ret leg vida fe f weng tasty at ACALS y r o Yn \ A allison i \y # = Seats at Ze tg! a an Fe, Jerance pee 3 5 len ie a wed was shed man ah i a cc = os 2 B aD Stunden Re oe fen * 5 = IG@recntetar oe * * g \rmoe Vebtry * fee Carr. idemet % = nvm ‘ z g / vin —- ii Lip weet ae ve : - ae rT wi CONTINEN OAL m | % "bs i \ ag Ss USTRIAL COLONY, : t ‘S fi Ye £ erasures fie = s 4 FIOM 38 cLuny 34] (2! a, wore r Kenny Pi | PARK " \e a aseawoor{ om. Segue, F Ey goer ae eng om Sr ponses'a a 4 8 ue o8 = Sn, “Cainer mosiodis iS eg bat aa aeaa| 2 ( cael * OIE CREF \ BA Si 4 held Ae | Wf eee AP ee * i — oa ‘ at 4 iE t é 4 , 4 mi 4 \ ‘ Be ‘ a / ‘i i “ az 4 ; { i 2 15 nucay ae i > WG mT a) iS je 2 Ma. quodersree de a MI 70 ae safer £ 2o 1. y = soc ag i> wl Be, A gh rates: Fro" Dye me ant 32 GOLE hue * vt Ae { dur = i Peep us * ears \ | “5 4 : - : CAMP CREE xh ( a" 5s oo { < x . Ka PARK ve 5 | a + he +O, t af Ae ae 3 Xf é a aninll fo. } & OF ny RESIDE Hn, cadPenteK Parkway /E ' oy aly yes ranch ay eS E.marvato AYE Ras “ucouwai ae é ‘ 4 Ww. uenvana: zH« “gu iit ay . Al pra a fas 3)" ae ole ~ "O COUNTRY CLUA i i ota, ft a, PantiWway © . . 8 ite i ae thence" fe waste) 8 yo" ‘Pp Morn eatntel | v4 mrs ir m 7 fades, ‘ ge KARIN a0 Fa k oye 3 ap y ay \ Jya Ba %, |” at aes ¥ fr; 7 - he | Ot" Maar ye o od eA "ee, . We Peel ‘ Ren BD a (NORTON * ‘ ry p gaining = ye | female oe aS 1S hist i Se Hem Shen ee: 4 oe a ct ‘et NTO camot ss HARADA “ = * x S 2 we = al Es ime é 1 Oy Sevier \ = ne { . es F ’ ot en ae "yin ° 4 sn * < ; es : z _ tore ound’ J Je 3” Rome A TAurman 2 i “4 ve rae =, fale cs 1 * a | \ = 2 = - wALl 22.998, pace i f 3 a | : ed
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 25

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  • Text: My. Collier B, Gladin Page 2 December 1, 1967 Encls: 1. Sxtrect fron CIP report, 2. Copy of letter deted October 6, 1967. 3s Copy of Leweincone Housing Inventery report dated November 15, 1967. ect Mr, R. Bar] Landers My, Dan BE, Seat
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 9

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  • Text: BUS. JA. 2-4463-328 RES. CE. 3-4166 MALCOLM D. JONES SUPERVISOR OF INSPECTION SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS CITY OF ATLANTA Pee REGGR, CITY HALL ‘Loy
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 10

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  • Text: Office of he’ Mayow To WY ES (se aes Telephone No. “ f$ 30 = Wants you to call [|] Is here to see you [_| Returned your call {_] Came by to see you [|] Left the following message: Cotes Li dekbcas. ec ey 2a Heal At Uhr Cont ot, hat hes sesplutim be powardk i) an blot fe hyn Th he J Map ve LGD 7) ae) ha Teatife Missachng a: “Tut the foes Date: 2 Le Time LL GO a.m./ p.m. by é FORM 25-5
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 28

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  • Text: RECEIVED SEP 28 1987 FINCH, ALEXANDER, BARNES, ROTHSCHILD & PASCHAL ATLANTA, GEORGIA
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 7

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  • Text: ATLANTA, GEORGIA
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 52

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  • Text: LEGAL HOUSING RESOURCES COMMITTEE Mr. Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee October 17, 1967 Finch, Alexander, Barnes, Rothschild, and Paschal, Architects LOth Floor Standard Federal Unilding jl, Broad Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georria 30303 Dr. Sanford 5S. Atwood, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee President, Emory University Atlanta, Georgia 30322 Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee President Emeritus, Morehouse College 3316 Pamlico Dr. S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30311 PANELS Mr. Charles L. Weltner, Attorney The First National Bank, Suite 29)3 2 Peachtree Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr, Donald Hollowell, Regional Director Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1776 Peachtree Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Honorable Luther Alverson, Judre Fulton County Superior Court 136 Pryor Street, S. W. tlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Archer D, Smith III, Attorney Harmon and Thackston 19h) National Bank of Georgia Bldg. Atlanta, Georgia Mr. Norman L. Underwood, Attorney Sanders, Hester and Holley L001 Commerce Building Atlanta, Georgia Chairman — er Page Two CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN Dr. Edwin Harrison, President Chairman Georgia Institute of Technology 225 North Avenue, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30313 Mr. Herman J. Russell, Contractor 50) Fair Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30313 Mr. Moreland Smith, Director Vice-Chairman Urban Planning Project Southern Regional Council, Inc. 5 Forsyth Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Rev. John A. Middleton, President Morris Brown College 673 Hunter Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Mr. Henry F. Alexander, Builder 21:39 Fernleaf Court, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30318 Mr. James Moore, President Atlanta Labor Council 15 Peachtree Street, N. E. Room 208 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 FINANCE AND NON-PROFIT FUNDS’ Dean Harding B. Young Atlanta University 223 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Mr. Lee Burse, President Chairman Retail Credit Company P. 0. Box 1,081 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Mr. Butler T. Henderson Morehouse College 223 Chestnut Strect, 5S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Page Three FINANCE AND NON-PROFIT FUNDS (continued) Mr. Mills B. Lane, Jr., President The Citizens and Southern National Bank P. 0. Box h899 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Joseph Earle Birnie, President The National Bank of Georgia Peachtree at Five Points Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Augustus H. Sterne, President The Trust Company of Georgia 36 Edgewood Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Gordon Jones, President Vice-Chairman The Fulton National Bank P, 0. Box 1387 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Mr. A. B. Padgett, Trust Officer Trust Company of Georgia P. 0. Box 18 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Mr. Hamilton Douglas, Jr., Attorney National Bank of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia Rev. William Holmes Borders, Pastor Wheat Street Baptist Church 1h26 Mozley Drive, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dr. Rufus Clement, President Atlanta University 223 Chestnut Street, 5S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Mr. John Wilson, President Horne-Wilson Company 163 Peters Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30313 Mr. Albert Love Executive Vice President The McCall Corporation P, O. Box 1000 Doraville, Georgia 3000 Mr. Scott Houston, Jr., Executive Director Wesley Woods Apartments P, 0. Box 15168 Atlanta, Georgia 30333 Pase Four PUBLIC HOUSING Mr. Edwin L. Sterne, Chairman Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta .639 Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dr. Albert Manley, President Soelman College 350 Leonard Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Leonard Reinch, President Cox Broadcasting Company 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georsia Mr. Clarence D, Coleman, Regional Director Chairman National Urban League , 136 Marietta Street, N. We, Suite 2h2 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 My, Charles F, Palmer, President Palmer, Inc., Palmer Building ll Marietta Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 LAND ACQUISITION Mr. Wallace L. Lee, President Atlanta Gas Light Company P, 0. Box 569 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Mr. Clayton R. Yates, President Yates-Milton Stores 2268 Auburn Avenue, WN. E. Atlanta, Ceorgia 30303 Mr. Jim E. Land Chief Engineer for Georgia Southern Fell Telephone & Telegraph Company 805 Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30308 Dr. Vivian Henderson, President Acting Chairman Clark College 2:0 Chestnut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) 3 ae C e Five LAND ACQUISITION (continued) Mr. J. 4. Alston, President Empire Real Estate Board Alston Realty Co. 195 A Auburn Ave. N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr, Stewart Wight Wight, Couch & Ward 15 Peachtrec Bldg., Room 822 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 SOCIAL PROBLSM Mr, Duane Beck, Executive Director Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc. 1000 Glenn Building Avlanta, Georgia 30303 Mrs. Sujette Crank, Social Director Neighborhood Services, E.O.A., Ine. 101 Marietta Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dr. Tobe Johnson Professor of Political Science Morehouse Collerce 223 Chestrut Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Dean William S. Jackson : Chairman School of Social Work Atlanta University 223 Chestnut Street, S&S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Mr. Erwin Stevens, Chairman Citizens Central Advisory Committee, E.0.A. 799 Parsons Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 3031) Mr. Lewis Genker, Attorney 205 Manchester, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Page Six BUSINESS PARTICIPATION Mr. Virgil Milton Chairman 3626 Tuxedo Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30305 Mr. Edward L. Simon, Auditor Vice-Chairman Atlanta Life Insurance Company 1),86 Auburn Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mr. Harlee Branch, President The Southern Company 3390 Peachtree Road, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30305 Mn C. Arthur Jenkins Director, -Industrial Relations Lockheed Company Marietta, Georgia 30060 Mr, Rolland Maxwell, President Davison's Department Stores 180 Peachtree Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 PUBLIC INFORMATION Mr. James L. Townsend Townsend and Associates 101 Healey Bldg. tlanta, Georgia Mr. Dale Clark Chairman Director of Public Affairs WAGA-TV 1551 Briarcliff Road, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30306 Mr. Ray Moore News Director WSB-TV 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. E. Avlanta, Georgia 30309 Mr. Jim Wood Vice-Chairman News Director, WAOK 110 Edgewood Avenue, N. LE. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Page Seven STAFF ROOM 120k, CITY HALL Tel. 522-63, Ext. 130 Malcolm D. Jones Director We We Gates, Consultant Mrs. Sharon Crawford, Secretary
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Box 18, Folder 25, Document 45

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  • Text: HOUSING RESOURCES OOMMITTEE October 18, 1967 Summary of Rezoning (Principal Sites) for Low-income Housing During 1967 Action No, Sites Approved by Zon. Com. 6 and Bd. of Ald. Denied by Zon. Com. h and Bd. of Ald. till in the mill. 11 To be Considered by Zon. Com. and Acted on by Bd. of Ald. Potential Sites 5 Rezoning not apol. for : Because of discouragement of apolicants. Acres 294.5 9920 320. 252. 15 7 Units 2678 1106 36,6 2508 October 18, 1967 tatus of Rezoning (Principal Sites) for Low-income Housing Location West side of Fairburn Rd. S.W. N. of Holly Family Hospital Between Hollywood Rd. N.W.- and Gun Club Rad. Gun Club Rd. S. of Alvin Dr. S.W. corner of Brownlee & Boulder Park Dr. Rockdale U. R. Project Both sides Bankhead Hy. W. of I-285 S. of Oak Dr. S.E. West of Brownsmill Rd. Browmtown Rd. S. Side of Simpson Rd. N.W. Between Lincoln Cemetery and Hightower Rd. N. of Bakers ferry Rd. S.W. Western portion of LL 2) (FF) During 1967 Program Acres Units APPROVED 221 4a (3) 59 500 Co-op TK or 20 20h 221 a (3) TK or 12 150 221 a (3) Conv. +s 100 221 a (3) 150 1384 TK h5 50 Total 294.5 2076 DENIED 221 d (3) 20 22); . Co-op: TK 51 510 221 d (3) 10 120 Leasing 18 252 for PH Total 39 106 zoning Com. postponed action on June 22 until Sept. 1 Approved by Zon. Com. Sept. 7 Approved by Bd. of Ald. Sept. 18 Approved by Bd. Ald. Jan. 3 Approved by Zon. Com. May 3 Approved by Zon. Com. Sept. 7 Approved by Zon. Com, Aug. 2h) Approved by Bd. Ald. Oct. 16 Denied by Bd. of Ald. Apr. 17 Denied by Bd. of Ald. Aug. 21 Expect to reactivate Denied by Zon. Com, Aug. 2h Denied by Zon. Com. Sept. 21 (Reduced from 264A) Location Harwell Rd. NW. at Oakeliff South of Adamsville Dr. S.E. W. of Gordon Rd, (HRC C-28) South & East of Peyton Rd. N. of Utoy Creek Qu October 18, 1967 Recent Planning Board Actions Program Acres Units Results 221 a (3) 6s 80 Denied by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * 221 4 (3) h 40 Denied by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * (Z-67-129-E) To Zon. Com. Oct. 1 Ap vr 221 d (3) 69 700 Deferred by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 Approved by Plan. Bd. Sept. 13 * (Appl. to rezone an additional 102A in this Withdrawn from low-income housing tract was withdratm because of opposition of program Oct. LO neighborhood & reluctance of Plan. Dept.) Goes before Zon. Com. Oct. 26... hae Both sides Bankhead Hy. West of I-285 N. side of EB. Confederate Ave. SE at Walker Ste We. side of Jackson P'way N.W. Just S. of Proctor Creek (Z-67=1));-E) East side of Fairburn Rd. S.W. N. of Sewell Rd. N. side Gordon Rd. West of Adamsville Dr. S.W. (Z-67-1)))-E) W. side Hollywood Rd. N.W. Between Browntown Rd. & Magnolia Cemetery (Z-67-200-D) East side of Fairburn Rd. N.W. N. of Sewell Rd. (Z-67-12-E) N. of Sewell Rd. N.W. BE. of ACL RR *Indicates still in the mill TK hS 50 Favorable rec. by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * Plan. Dept. to work out details on Com. Facilities (Site Ap. by HA & Ten. Ap. by HUD) To Z. C. Oct. 5 Appvd. by Zon. Com. Oct. 5 *% by Bd. of Ald. Oct. 16 221 a4 (3) 20 2h0 Deferred by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * (waiting for plans) Denied by Plan. Bd. Sept. 13 TK or 14.3 150 Deferred by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * 221 d (3) for submission of plans Co-op Deferred again Oct, 11 for further study 221 a (3) & 30 360 Deferred by Plan. Bd. Aug. 16 * Housing for for submission of Plans Elderly (Site Ap. by HA & Ten. Ap. by HUD) Goes before Plan. Bd. in Oct. Conv. 35 48 Favorable rec. by Plan. Bd. Oct. 11 * 221 a (3) 15 180 Favorable rec. by Plan. Bd. Oct. 11 * Non-profit 221 d (3) hO 558 Favorable rec. by Plan. Bd. Oct. 11 * Non-profit & Elderly TK 72685 650 Favorable rec. by Plan. Bd. Oct, 11 * Total 320015 OS Location E. of Jonesboro Rd. S.E. opposite Macedonia Rd. South of Boulder Pk. Dr. near Country Club Estates W. of Jackson Parkway N. of Proctor Creek S. of Oak Dr. S.W, E. of Empire Dr. 1A off DeKalb Ave. N.E. between DeKalb Ave. & McLendon at Hampton Terrace Program Acres Status of Certain Other Potential Sites (Rezoning not applied for, for-reasons indicated) Units TK & SO 58h 221 a (3) 115 1000 221 a (3) or 38 36h, Elderly 221 a (3) 1667 100 221 da (3) 25 250 Co-op 221 a (3) 1h 210 Rent Suppl. Total 252.7 . 2508 October 18, 1967 Results Rezoning Apl. not filed because Sponsors anticipate strong opposition from Ward Aldermen. Sponsor reluctant to file rezoning Apl. because of objections of Plan. Dept. and anticipated turn dowm by Bd. of Ald. Rezoning Apl. deferred at request of Applicant because f discouragement from Plan. Dept. Developer discouraved from filing appl. after turn down of adjoining tract by Bd. of Ald. and talking with Ward Aldermen Catholic Archdiocese reluctant to get into Zoning fight.
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  • Text: HUD Refional Turnkey Neetines All meetings begin at 9 a.m, Region IV ~ Chicago - October 3 Region V - Fort Worth - October 5 Region I - New York ~ October 16 Region II = Philadelphia - October 18 — legion III - Atlanta - October 23 a ne Region VI - San Francisco = October 26 ee are = = Sheraton-Chicago Hotel 505 N. Michigan th Floor-Crystal Room Chicago, Illinois Federal Office Building Room ‘7A02 819 Taylor Street Fort Worth, Texas Union Carbide Building 270 Park Avenue New York, New York Bell Telephone Building Auditorium 1 Parkway Philadelphia, Pa, Federal Office Building Room 556 275 Peachtree, Northeast Atlanta, Georgia Jack Tar Hotel Gas Buggy Room Van Ness Avenue & Geary Street San Francisco, California _
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