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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 10

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  • Text: THE MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HELD ON THE 18TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1969 The regular meeting of the Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, held on the 18th day of November, 1969, at 3:00 P.M., in the Conference Room of the Authority, 82h Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, and upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Present Absent Mr. Edwin L. Sterne Mr. George S. Craft Mr. Jack F. Glenn Vacant Mr. J.B. Blayton The Chairman declared a quorum present. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: RESOLVED that Dr. William Holmes Borders is hereby elected a Com- missioner of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia to serve for the remainder of the present unexpired term of the late Frank G. Etheridge. pe er The Minutes of the Regular Meeting of November lh, 1969, were approved. *Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: “Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: a ee eA HUD-5272b June 1968 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT The following resolution was introduced by Commissioner Blayton _, read in full and considered: 221042-P MUD-Wesk., D.C. HUD -5272b 36-0363 J AKO- Cons, 2 HiUDe's?7 43 2 (Fores ris ria? 53} 25-66 he OLUTION NO, Hossein awarding $ 9,755,000.00 pri ncipal amcunt. of Kew ilousdi.y, Authority Zonda [| Seventh Issue) of The llousin: Acthority of the City of Atlanta, Georria Wikiths The Housings Authority of the City of Atlanta, Ceorsia (herein, called ‘Loe1] Authority") has received, in response to its advertise- ment, seated propesalg ter tee purchase of $ 9,755,000.00 principal amount of New Heusing Autherily funds ( Seventh Tssue) (herein called "Benda! and haus opened and cansitered suid proposals; NOW THEREFORE, 22 IT AFSOLVeD by the Local Authority: Secticn ]. ihe treposal of an interest rate of 6 % per annum to be borne by the Bonds and the offer to pay for such Bonds at par and accruod interest to the sate of delivery plus a premimm cf § 9,755.99 submitted by PANCERS TRUST COMPANY, FT AL * in the form hereto annexed as an mxtribit is hereby accepted. Seccion ?. The prupesals and effers of the following at the indicated interes. rites end premimits are heraby rejected: Piddcr Interest Premium % WOE Seaticn 3. The Secretary is authorized and directed to (a) immediately notify the successful bidder by telegram (with a confirmation by letter) of the award of the Bonds, (b) return immediately the good faith deposits enclose? with the proposals which are resected, (c) deposit the goo aith deposit in a special account within the General Fund to be held as sezur. ty ty the Local Authority urtil released therefrom pursuant to the provisions of the advertisement and proposal, and (d) take such other action as msy be rested to carry out the award of the Bonds. Section Lh. This Resolution shall take effect irmediately. Phelps Fenn & Company Blyth & Co., Inc. Ghemical Bank Lehman Brothers Harris Trust and Savings Bank Kuhn, Locb & Co. The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. Bank of America JOINT MANAGERS AND ASSOCIATES The First Boston Corp. HUD]=52302D March 1967 (Formerly PHA=2302D) ; : FORM OF PROPOSAL TO BE CC}PLETED, DATED, AND ADDRESSED TO THE LOCAL AUTHCRITY The Housing Authority of the ; City of Atlanta, Georgia November 6 19.69 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Gentlemen: For the $ 9,755,000.00 aggregate principal amount of New Housing Authority Bonds of The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (herein called the "Local Authority") described in your official Notice of Sale published in The Daily ond Buyer on _ September 10 » 19.6% “hich Notice of Sale is incorporated herein by reference and is made a part of tnis proposal, we propose an interest rate of six per cent ( 6 )% per annum to be borne by all of such Bonds and offer to pay for such bonds, bear= ing interest at such rate, par and accrued interest to the date of delivery plus a premium of $_9,755,00 __.» Said Bonds shall mature as set forth in the schedule of annual maturities as prescribed by the Local Authority at the above interest rate. ‘In accordance with the terms of the above-mentioned Notice of Sale, we enclose herewith a certified or bank cashier's or treasurer's check for payable to your order as a good faith deposit. $_ 195,100.00 This proposal is subject to the approval of the validity of the Bonds by our attorneys, lessrs. King & Spalding of anta, Georgia + Such attorneys will (a) furnish a copy of their approving opinion to the Local Authority when issued, (b) prepare all documents necessary to evidence the validity of the Bonds suksequent to the award, or for corrective action prior thereto, and (c) provide advice and assistance to the Local Authority in connection with accomplishing such other actions as may be reasonably necessary to the validity of the Bonds and the delivery thereof in ‘accordance with the contract to purchase the Bonds. The fees and charges of such attorneys will be borne by the undersigned. The undersigned agrees to accept delivery of and pay for all of the above described Bonds within seventy-two hours after notification to the undersigned by you that said Bonds are ready for delivery. If this proposal is accepted by you, the proceeds of the good faith deposit check are to be retained by you as part payment against delivery of and payment for said Bonds, or to te retained by you as liquidated damages in the event that we should fail to take up and pay for the Bonds in compliance with this proposal. The amount of the good faith deposit is to be returned by you to us on the failure on your part to perfcrm in accordance with the terms of said Notice of Sale and this proposal, or at our election to be relieved of our obligations hereunder in the event that prior to payment.for such Bonds the interest received by private holders from bonds issued by public housing agencies in connection with lowerent housing or slum clearance projects shall be taxable by the terms of any Federal law hereafter enacted. Bankers Trust Company Blyth & Co.,Inc, . Phelps Fenn & Company Lehman Brothers Eankers Trust Conpany Chemical Bank Kuhn, Loeb & Co. Harris Trust and Savings Bank Bank of America fal Rcbert Be —Wanglund The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. The First Boston Corps soon’ Vice President JOINT MANAGERS AND ASSOCIATES ' (No addition, alteration, or change is to be made to the above proposal) HUD-5272¢ (Formerly PHA-272g) September 1966 Commissioner Blayton moved that the fore- going resolution be adopted as introdueed and read, which motion wes seconded by Commissioner Glenn y and upon roll call the "Ayes" and "Nays" were as follows: AYES ASS Mr. Edwin L. Sterne Mr. J. B. Blayton Mr. Jack F. Glenn None The Chairman thereupon declared said motion carried and said resolu- tion adopted. The following resolution was introduced by Conmissioner Blayton _» read in full and considered: RESOLUTION NO. RESOLUTION EVIDENCING APPOINTMENT OF FISCAL AGENT AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A FISCAL AGENT AGREEMENT. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA Section 1. That The Housins Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georsig » Shall enter into a Fiscal Agent Agreement with Trust Company of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia in substantially the form set forth under Section 3 hereof. Section 2. The Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman is hereby authorized and direc‘.ad to execute said Fisca? Agent Agreement as set forth vwuder Section 3 hereof, on behalf of this Authority, and the Secretary is hereby auth: rized and directed to impress ‘he seal of this Authority thereon and to attest such seal, and to transmit five copies thereof to the Housing Assistance Administration. Section 3, The Fiscal Agent Acreement referred to herein shall. be in substantially the following form: 36-0362 RUD~52173A (Group Financ ing) Page 1 of 3 January 1967 = Region III FISCAL AGENT AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT, entered into this day of 9 4 by and between The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia Cherein called the "Agent Authority”), a duly organized and existing public body corporate and politic of the State of Georgia » od Trust Company of Georgia (herein called the "Fiscal Agent"), located at Atlanta, Georgia WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, a certain agreement dated as of July 23, 1969 » Cherein called the “Financing Agreement") between the Agent Authority and certain other housing authorities which are or may become parties to the Financing Agreement Ceach of which is herein called "Member Authority") provides for cooperation in the exercise of their powers for the purpose of collectively financing certain lowe rent housing projects of each Member Authority; and WHEREAS, certain contracts (herein collectively and individually called the “Annual Contributions Contract") between each member Authority and the United States of America (herein called the "Government" and in the Annual Contributions Contract called the "Public Housing Administration" or the PHA") now or hereafter included in the Financing Agreement provides for a loan and for annual contri- butions to be made by the Government to assist the Member Authority in developing and in achieving and maintaining the low-rent character of its low-rent housing projects; Z . WHEREAS, under the terms of the Financing Agreement, the Agent Authority acting on behalf of and for the Member Authorities agrees to issue Bonds and Notes and to designate a Fiscal Agent for the payment of such Bonds and Notes, all as more particularly described in the Annual Contributions Contract; and WHEREAS, each Bond Resolution adopted by the Agent Authority pursuant to the Financing Agreement shall identify the projects to be financed by the issue ef Bonds authorized by such Bond Resolution and each Member Authority and its Annual Contributions Contract in respect to any such projects; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mtual covenants hereinafter set forth, the parties hereto do agree as-follows: 1. The Fiscal Agent has trust powers and is and shall continue to be a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as long as this Agreement is in force and effect. 2. The Fiscal Agent hereby accepts the powers, duties and obligations con- ferred and imposed upon it as Fiscal Agent by the Annual Contributions Contract and by the Bond Resolutions which aay be adopted from time to time by the Agent Author] ity and each successor Agent Authority pursuant to the Financing Agreement and which confer and impose upon the Fiscal Agent the same or similar powers, duties and opligations with respect to additional issues of Bonds as the Bond Resolution authorizing the issuance of the first issue of Bonds pursuant to the Financing Agreement. . 3. The Fiscal Agent shall, as provided in the Bond Resolutions, establish and maintain a Debt Service Fund and an Advance Amortization Fund for the receipt, deposit and disbursesent of aomies. Each Member Authority shall deposit with the Fiscal Agent in tie respective Funds and the Fiscal Agent shall accept for deposit all monies (including annual contributions payabie to the Member Authority by the Government which are deposited with the Bank as Fiscal Agent pursuant to the Anmal Contributions Cuniract and tie Bond Resolutions. 11 monies so deposited with the Fiscal agent shalt be held by tne Fiscal Agent in trust in the respective Funda and shall be appliea by the Fiscal Agent as provided in the Annual Contributions Cone tract and tne Bond Resolutions. 3G-0362 HUD-52173A (Group Financing) . Page 2 of 3 March 1967 - Region III &. A. The Fiscal Agent shall purchase, with monies from the Debt Service Fund and the Advance Amortization Fund, and sell investment securities as the Agent Authority with the approval of the Government may direct. The Fiscal Agent shall in any event sell any such securities to the extent necessary to provide cash in the Funds to make any payments or transfers required to be made from said Funds pursuant to the Annual Contributions Contract and the Bond Resolutions. Such securities shall be held by the Fiscal Agent in safekeeping for account of the Funds and interest on such securities and the proceeds from the sale thereof shall be deposited in such Funds upon receipt. B, The Fiscal Agent shall honor any directive of the Comptroller of the Government to pay any monies out of (1) the Debt Service Fund in excess of the amount necessary to provide for (i) the payment of the Bonds and interest thereon and (ii) the Bond Service Carry-Over, as provided in the Bond Resolutions, and (2) the Advance Amortization Fund, to any Member Authority or to the Government, and shall upon request, advise the Govern= ment of the balances in said Funds. 5e All monies held by the Fiscal Agent in the Debt Service Fund and in the Advance Amortization Fund shall be secured at all times by the Fiscal Agent with either direct obligations of the United States of America or obligations of a public housing agency as required by and described in the Bond Resolutions which may be adopted from time to time by the Agent Authority pursuant to the Financing Agree= mente 6. On or before each date of maturity of the principal of and interest on the Bonds authorized under the Bond Resolutions, the Fiscal Agent shall make provision for the transfer of monies from the Debt Service Fund to the bank or banks (herein collectively called the “Alternate Paying Agent") specified in the Bond Resolutions as the alternate place or places for the payment of the principal of and interest on any such Bonds in amounts sufficient to pay such principal and interest as the Same mature or become due and are presented to the Alternate Paying Agent for pay= mente 7. The Agent Authority shall pay to the Fiscal Agent for its services and the services of the Alternate Paying Agent the following fees and charges: A. An annual administration charge of $100 plus 1/100 of 1% of the principal amount of bonds in excess of one million dollars, but in no event to exceed $350 for each issue of Bonds, B, For the payment of coupons of each issue of bonds: 10¢ each for each coupon of each maturity. C. For the payment of bonds (registered or coupon) ef each issue: $1.25 per bond. D. For the payment of interest on registered bonds: 25¢ per check disbursed. E. For registration of bonds: An initial fee of 50¢ for the registration of each bond. F, For sorting, listing, cremating, and furnishing certificate of cremation: 1l¢ for each coupon and Ik for each bond or minimum of $10 for each semi-annual cremation. The Fiscab Agent agrees to pay all fees and charges of the Alternate Paying Agent 36-0362 RUD 52173A (Group Financing) Page 3 of 3 January 1967 = Region III 8. The rights and duties of the Fiscal Agent under this Agreement shall not be transferred or assigned nor shall this Agreement be terminated by either party except that upon the assignment or termination of the rights, powers, and duties of the Fiscal Agent pursuant to the terms of the Bond Resolutions, this Agreement shall be similarly assigned or terminated. 9. The Agent Authority and the Fiscal Agent agree that at the end of three years or such earlier time as reasonable accurate data are available to enable the determination of the reasonableness of the fees set forth above for the services of the Fiscal Agent and the Alternate Paying Agent, the parties shall renegotiate the amount of such fees by decreasing or increasing such amount to provide a reasonable margin of profit for the services provided for hereunder. 10. This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original and such counterparts shall constitute one and the same instrument. IN WITNESS WiEREOF, the Agent Authority and the Fiscal Agent have caused this Agreement to be executed in their respective names and their respective seals to be impressed hereon and attested all as of the date and year first above written. THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA Agent Authority (SEAL) ATTEST: By Chairman Secretary (SEAL) TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA Fiscal Agent AITEST: {~ “Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, the Urban Redevelopment Plan for the Bedford-Pine Urban Redevelopment Area proposed that privately owned utilities be placed underground in the streets adjoining the City of Atlanta Civic Center; and WHEREAS, the placement of privately owned utilities underground is an eligible project cost; and WHEREAS, an agreement to install said utilities underground has been drawn up and approved by the Georgia Power Company; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, that the Executive Director be and is hereby authorized to execute a contract in the form attached hereto with the Georgia Power Company for $523,561 for the purpose of placing their facilities underground in the streets adjoining the City of Atlanta Civic Center. “Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, in response to our Invitation to Bid, the following bids for the demolition and site clearance of certain buildings and structures in the Bedford-Pine Urban Redevelopment Area, Project GA. A-2-1, were received and opened publicly and read aloud at 2:00 P.M., (E.S.T.) on the 7th day of November, 1969, at the office of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia. BIDDERS BIDS Hudgins and Company, Inc. $ 16,636.00 Complete Wrecking & Grading, Inc. 1h, 76 Continental Wrecking Corporation 7,988. WHEREAS, Continental Wreckin core ae having submitted the lowest bid in the amount of 87.98 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA; That the Executive Director be and is hereby authorized and directed to enter into a Contract with Continental Wrecking Corporation for the demolition and site clearance of certain buildings and structures in the Bedford-Pine Urban Redevelopment Area, Project GA. A-2-l, as covered by their bid received on November 7, 1969.
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 12

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  • Text: Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, East Lake Meadows (Ga-6-30), a "Turnkey" Project, has not had the street and major service drive names approved by the Board of Commissioners to facilitate occupancy planning; and WHEREAS, these streets and service drives as tentatively named by the private Developer are not in conflict with any other city street as stated by the Planning Section of the City of Atlanta, on November 7, 1969; NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the future streets marked for dedi- cation be named East Lake Boulevard, Mirror Lane, Meadowlake Drive, and Alston Drive, and that the two service drives be named Walton Land and Evans Lane. Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, deems the acqui- sition of Parcel 1-1l in the Georgia Tech II Urban Redevelopment Area, N.D.P. Ga. A-2-(2) (as shown in the Georgia Tech II Urban Redevelop- ment Area and more particularly identifisd on Land Acquisition and Boundary Map RP-1, dated November, 1968), necessary for its purposes under the Georgia Urban Redevelopment Law; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the acquisition of fee simple title to said Parcel 1-11 is necessary for such purposes; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the attorneys for the Housing Authority are authorized and directed to institute condemnation proceedings against any and all persons having any interest in said property and to prosecute such proceedings to final judgment. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, deems the acquisition of Parcels 21-19 & 20 in Area Cl in the Model Cities Urban Redevelopment, N.D.P. Ga. A-2-(3) (as shown in the Model Cities Urban Redevelopment Area, N.D.P. Ga. A-2-(3) and more particularly identified on Land Acquisition and Boundary Map number SD #3, dated November, 1968), necessary for its purposes under the Georgia Urban Redevelopment Law. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the acquisition of fee simple title to said Parcels 21-19 & 20 in Area Cl, is necessary for such purposes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the attorneys for the Housing Authority are authorized and directed to institute condemnation proceedings against any and all persons having any interest in said property and to prosecute such proceedings to final judgment. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, deems the acquisition of Parcel 29-1 in Area C5T21 in the Model Cities Urban Redevelopment Area, N.D.P. Ga. A-2-(3) (as shown in the Model Cities J | Urban Redevelopment Area, Project N.D.P. Ga. A-2-(3) and more particularly identified on Land Acquisition and Boundary Map number SD #3, dated November, 1968), necessary for its purposes under the Georgia Urban Redevelopment Law. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the acquisition of fee simple title to said Parcel 29-1 in Area C5T21 is necessary for such purposes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the attorneys for the Housing Authority are authorized and directed to institute condemnation proceedings against any and all persons having any interest in said property and to prosecute such proceedings to final judgment. Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: Be it resolved by the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia as follows: SECTION 1. The pending proposed Seventh Amendatory Contract (herein called the “Amendatory Contract"), to amend that certain Loan and Grant Contract No. Ga. R-11(LG) dated the 30th day of June, 1969, by and between the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (herein called ths "Local Public Agency") and the United States of America (herein called the "Government"), is hereby in all respects approved. SECTION 2. The Chairman is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Amendatory Contract in two counterparts on behalf of the Local Public Agency, and the Secretary is hereby authorized and directed to impress and attest the official seal of the Local Public Agency on each such counterpart and to forward such counterparts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, for execution on behalf of the Government, together with such other documents relative to the approval and execution of .such counterparts as may be required by the Government. SECTION 3. This Resolution shall take effect immediately. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- Lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, the regulations of the Housing Assistance Administration state that salaries should be comparable with local public practices; and WHEREAS, the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta has been using the practice of the City of Atlanta as a major base on which to establish comparability; and WHEREAS, legal holidays and other fringe benefits are a part of salary consideration; and WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta has passed a resolution granting its employees Friday, December 26, 1969 as-a holiday sith pay; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA: 1. December 26, 1969 is hereby declared a legal holiday, with pay, for all employees of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta. Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Rev. Borders, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (herein called the "Local Issuing Agency") has previously adopted a resolution titled "RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SALE, ISSUANCE AND DELIVERY OF PROJECT NOTES AND THE EXECUTION OF REQUISITION AGREEMTNTS" on the 18th day of February, 1969; and WHEREAS, the Local Issuing Agency and the United States of America (herein called the "Government") recognize the desirability of the Local Issuing Agency obtaining funds for the purpose described in the aforementioned resolution from sources other than the Government des- pite the existence of abnormally high interest rates which presently prevail in the private money markets; and WHEREAS, the Government proposes to enable the Local Issuing Agency to continue to obtain loan funds from sources other than the Government by the Government making payment of a placement fee, where necessary, to the purchaser or purchasers of the Local Issuing Agency's Project Notes (herein called the "Notes") hereafter awarded: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Local Issuing Agency as follows: Section 1. The Secretary after receiving Government approval of a recommended award of the Notes is hereby authorized and directed on behalf of the Local Issuing Agency to award the Notes at the lowest interest rate or rates, not in excess of six percent (6%) per annum, offered in the proposals, without reference to premiums; prtvided, however, that as among proposals specifying the same lowest interest interest rate and specifying a premium, the award shall be made on the basis of the highest premium per dollar principal amount of the Notes specified in such proposals: Provided further, that in the event every proposal relating to all or any part of the Notes specifies a placement fee to be received by the purchaser as compensation for the placement of such Notes, then the award of the Notes to which such proposals relate shall be made on the basis of the lowest placement fee specified per dollar amount of such Notes. Section 2. Each proposal submitted for all or a part of the Notes shall be substantially in the form of HUD-9)02 which is incorporated herein by reference, and which is hereby approved by the Local Issuing Agency. Section 3. The Local Issuing Agency hereby authorizes the Government to pay to any purchaser of the Notes a placement fee as compensation for services required in placing the Notes. Section h. Any and all prior resolutions of the Local Issuing Agency are hereby amended to the extent necessary to enable the carrying out of the actions authorized herein. Section 5. This Resolution shall take effect immediately. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: oe RESOLVED that all resolutions adopted by this Board, and all other acts of this Board, since the death of the late Commissioner Frank G. Etheridge are hereby ratified and confirmed in every respect. Upon motion made by Mr. Glenn and seconded by Mr. Blayton, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: : WHEREAS a parcel of land in the Red Oak Community lying in the un- incorporated Fulton County has been proposed for development as a low-rent public housing project; and WHEREAS this matter comes before the Fulton County Commissioners at their regular meeting on December 3, 1969; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GHORGIA: THAT THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IS AUTHORIZED REPRESENT THES INTERESTS OF THE AUTHORITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IN THE RED OAK COMMUNITY BEFORE THE FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. There being no further business to come before the meeting, upon motion made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned. Chairman Counsel secretary
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 36

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  • Text: OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS Atlanta, Georgia 30303 March 14, 1969 WILLIAM R. WOFFORD, P.E., R.A. JAMES A. SMITH INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS ~ CHIEF HOUSING CODE INSPECTOR ELMER H. MOON, E.E., P.E. ASST. INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS Memorandum To: Mr. W. R. Wofford, Building Official From: Mr. James A. Smith, Chief Housing Inspector Subject: Weekly lists of families certified for PubVic Housing. Several days ago a system was instigated whereby we would receive weekly lists from A.H.A,, and we would go out immediately to inspect the property unless we already had an active case in our files on the particular property. The first "batch" has been checked out and a list is attached, which gives a synopsis by Housing Supervisor Eidson of remarks as reported to him by the Housing Inspectors; also of the action being taken. Attached is a copy of the A,H,A, lists furnished us. My observation is that it has generally resulted in very little gain for the effort involved as far as correcting housing conditions within the City. It also seems that just about anyone who wishes to live in Public Housing is eligible, if they say so! I am continuing to check out these lists for Housing Code violations as directed, and will report to you as they are checked out. JAS: 1m Enclosure ATLANTA THE DOGWOOD CITY
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 43

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  • Text: November 27, February 4, February 27, April 35 May 6, June 9. July 1 ae November 17, February 2, March his June 15, September 20, 1967 November 30, February 5, GNRP S&P ELA Bedford-Pine, R-101, Urban Renewal Project 1963 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 (1964 1964 1965 1966 1966 1966 1967 1968 Chronical of Events August 1, 1968 R-91 Survey & Planning Applications filed NE peortentecd by Board of Aldermen GNRP] iled R-91 Survey & Planning approved Contract for R-91 planning services executed GNRP J approved ELA-Auditorium area submitted GNRP termintaed by city-- S & P, R-101, authorized R-101 Survey & Planning Oper: colon Sub evil R-101 Survey & Planning| approved R-101 contract for planning services executed ELA-Hill School site submitted Submitted Part I, R-91 ; Qi Combined S & P Applciation, R,@f-R-101, submitted Combined Survey & Planning approved Submitted Part I, R-101 Original Buttermilk Bottoms Project Area designation Original Bedford-Pine Project designation and, later, the designation of the combined project area. General Neighborhood Renewal Plan Survey and Planning Early Land Acquisition
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 31

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  • Text: INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM Atlanta Housing Authority TO: MRS. FRANCES BARNES DATE: Feb, 2h ; 1969 MANAGEMENT AIDE BETMAR APARTMENTS FROM: TECGHYOOD TENANT SELECTION CEFICE SUBJECT: APPLICATIONS COMPLETED FOR RENTAL f Dt Mitchell, James Alton BR 210069 $3730.08 ¥ 775 Confederate Ave. 5, &, Five room house, in bad condition, ceilings are Q) Bagging, some plastering has fullen32; gas heater in four rooms, but inadequate. Rooms have very high . ceilings. ; Hy teliye LBR 11-68 $80};.00 hue 2435 Perry Blvd. Apt. 35 hroom apt. in bad condtion.
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 34

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  • Text: Office of the Mayor ROUTE SLIP TO: Milan? x \ Joie. fa FROM: R. EARL LANDERS (J For your information (_] Please refer to the attached correspondence and make the necessary reply. Advise me the status of the attached. Ses Getees Lyle ipl eek Lived 4 FORM 25-4-L
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 16

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  • Text: Off of the Mager >it ROUTE/ LIP TO: FROM: Ivan Allen, Jr. LJ For your information (_] Please refer to the attached correspondence and make the necessary reply. \_] Advise me the status of the attached. Ms Lhirk Vhs FORM 25-4
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 1

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  • Text: EOWIN L, STERNE CHAIRMAN. LESTER H. PERSELLS CARLTON GARRETT GEORGE S. CRAFT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE VICE CHAIRMAN GILBERT H. BOGGS DIRECTOR OF HOUSING HOWARD OPENSHAW J, B. BLAYTON DIRECTOR OF REDEVELOPMENT FRANK G. ETHERIDGE GEORGE R. SANDER TECHNICAL DIRECTOR JACK F, GLENN 624 HURT BYILOING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30203 JACKSON 39-6074 December 10, 1969 - MEMORANDUM To: Mr. E.M. Laws Chairman, Vine City Project Area Committee From: Mr. Lester Persells, Executive Director and Mr. Howard Openshaw, Director of Redevelopment Present: Mr. E.M. Laws, Mrs. Dorothy Bolden, Mrs. Clara Bell Williams, Mr. Richard Hoffman, Mr. Ralph Jacobson, Mr. Lester Persells, Mr. Howard Openshaw. Subject: RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS RAISED BY REPRESENTATIVES OF THE VINE CITY PROJECT AREA COMMITTEE AND THEIR LEGAI, COUNSEL ON NOVEMBER 21, 1969. 1. We regret that the situation in Vine City is such that representa- tives of the PAC have requested Mr. Barnett's transfer. Mr. Persells and I both feel that Mr. Barnett is totally committed to serve the PAC and the Vine City community. We certainly hope that any difficulties that exist can be worked out and that Mr. Barnett's relationship with the PAC will be effective in achieving the objectives of the Vine City community. , 2. The Atlanta Housing Authority has established a project office and appropriate staff in each NDP area in order to bring the program closer to the people and to enable the residents, through their PAC, to be in- volved in the planning and implementation of the program. The project director is the Housing Authority's representative in the community and, in turn, represents the community in his contacts with this office. Of course, all members of the Authority are available upon request for technical assistance. If any problems can be identified in communicat- ions between the Authority and the PAC, then we will do more than our share to correct them. 3. The PAC working directly with the project director in the day-to-day program activities has proven effective in all neighborhoods. The purpose of establishing project offices and project directors in neigh- borhoods is to allow the Housing Authority and the PAC to communicate more meaningfully with residents. All plans and recommendations from EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND SECRETARY Ae individual neighborhoods are reviewed by the Housing Authority and the City Planning Department with regard to the total program of the City and the financial limitations of the City and the Federal government. The PAC should be represented at all meetings of the Planning and Development Committee of the Board of Aldermen when actions affecting Vine City are considered (see item 6 below). kh. A list of the membership of the Citizens! Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal appointed by the mayor is attached (exhibit A). It is our understanding that Mr. A.J. Lockhart, 85 Griffin Street, NW, a resident of Vine City, is on the committee. Attached is a letter (exhibit B), dated August 20, 1969 to Dr. Noah Langdale, Chairman of the CACUR, respectfully requesting that each Project Area Committee be invited to appoint a member to the Citizens! Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal. 5. All project directors, managers and branch chiefs from the Redevelop- ment Division of the Authority hold staff meetings every Monday at 10 A.M. at 82) Hurt Building. The purpose of the staff meetings is to report on pending activities and to coordinate the activities of the various projects and departments within the Authority. While these staff meetings are not secret, no useful purpose would be served by PAC attendance, as no policy making decisions are made therein. 6. The Housing Authority will notify the PAC whenever the Planning and Development Committee of the Board of Aldermen meets to consider any actions affecting Vine City. Prior to adoption by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of any plans designating acquisition or rehabilitation of properties, a public hearing is required, to which the PAC and area residents will be invited to represent the community's views. However, other committees of the Board of Aldermen may take actions concerning a particular neighborhood without the knowledge of the Housing Authority, such as actions on rezoning, street paving, utility installation, etc. 7. The draft of the Citizen Participation Report for Vine City, pre- pared by the Planning Consultants, contains an estimated cost of $13,220. to support the PAC and includes costs of publishing newsletters, attending monthly meetings, and providing technical assistance to the PAC. These costs will be included in the planning consultant's contract. 8. Following notification that Atlanta's 1970.NDP allocation from the Federal Government was reduced to $7,500,000 it became necessary to return the plans to the neighborhoods to determine priorities within the available Federal funds. The revised time schedule is as follows: January 30 -- Public Hearings on neighborhood plans for 1970. February 2 -=- Submit to Board of Aldermen for approval. February 3 -- Submit to Atlanta Housing Authority Board for approval. February 6 Submit NDP application to HUD. It is imperative that PAC plans for each neighborhood be finalized and submitted to the Housing Authority no later than January 15, 1970. 9. Each submission to the Federal Government of an NDP application =3< requires a citizen participation report including: (a) a statement from each PAC on the timing, location and appropriateness of activities planned for the Urban Renewal Area, and (b) a report on citizen partici- pation describing the information and technical assistance provided, prepared by the Housing Authority. While the PAC minutes would assist the Housing Authority in preparing item (b) above, it is not essential or required that the Housing Authority obtain copies of the PAC minutes. We feel compelled at this point to state again that the PAC, representing all the area residents, consultants, and the Housing Authority are a team, hopefully working together in a cooperative spirit to achieve the object- ives of the Vine City Community. 10. With regard to PAC attendance at local, regional or national meetings at project expense, see attached letter from HUD dated November 26, 1969, (exhibit C). 11. The Department of the Public Works of the City has advised this office that street paving now under way in Vine City, was undertaken at the request of the Mayor. With respect to new construction to be undertaken by the City in Vine City, I have requested Mr. Ray Nixon, Chief of the City Construction, to coordinate future work with the Housing Authority to determine if the improvements are in accordance with the plans for the Area and to determine the method of funding, ie., assessment against property owners or provided by the City. 12. Apparently the relocation activity report was not included in the Neighborhood Development Program application furnished to the PAC. A copy of the relocation activity report is attached (exhibit D). 13. It is our understanding that the PAC volunteered to assist the planning consultants in conducting project area surveys. In accordance with the consultants! contract with the Authority and HUD regulations, all survey data become the property of the Authority. However, all planning documentation is available to the PAC at the project office. 1h. The City Planning Department is responsible for the annual prepar- ation and submission of the City's workable program to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Contact Mr. Collier Gladin, Planning Director of the City, 7th floor, City Hall, telephone 522-63, for in- formation relating to Atlanta's workable program. 15. It is the policy of the Housing Authority to employ residents from program areas as jobs become available dependent, of course, on meeting job qualifications. Persons employed in jobs requiring minimum quali- fications will be trained and promoted according to their demonstrated abilities. 16. The City Planning Department and the Housing Authority will present to the Planning and Development Committee of the Board of Aldermen a proposed allocation of NDP moneys and activities by neighborhoods based on available Federal funds and PAC recommendations and priorities, all subject to approval of the City comptroller, Planning and Development Committee, the mayor and Board of Aldermen and the Federal Government, (see attached schedules A and B, exhibits E and F). 17. Structures in good condition will not be acquired unless their location and retention is contrary to the Urban Renewal plans formulated -l- by the PAC and adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen after a public hearing. The plan will designate good structures for rehabilitation. 18. Home owners can be told now whether their houses are subject to rehabilitation or clearance as determined by the plans prepared by the PAC and their planning consultants. However, it is important to differ- entiate whether rehabilitation or clearance will take place in 1970 or a subsequent year and also to know that the plans are not final until approved by the City and the Federal Government. The PAC has established a priority of activities to be undertaken in 1970 with clearance to begin in area 35, then area 3), etc. A specific area must also be veer res for rehabilitation by the PAC if this is your desire. 19. In my letter to Mr. Laws on December lL, 1969 I indicated that, to the extent feasible, the Housing Authority will carry out the objectives of the PAC, ie., complete the clearance and redevelopment of area 35 before beginning acquisition in area 3h. A determination must be made about this particular sequence of areas as to whether it is practicable and possible from the standpoint of street access, utilities, and con- struction of the residential units. It will be virtually impossible to acquire property, relocate families, demolish buildings, install necessary improvements, sell the land to private enterprise and to construct and complete housing short of a year, which means that property acquisition of the second area will probably - not occur in the initial NDP year. It is simply a question of the time involved to complete each activity in sequence in accordance with applicable state and Federal regulations. We will explore with the PAC the most feasible way to proceed, and concur with the PAC that families to be displaced from the initial clearance area should be kept to a minimum and every effort must be made to provide an opportunity for each family to remain in the area. In summary, we hope that this response adequately answers the questions posed at the November 21, 1969 meeting. We want to assure the PAC and all residents of the Vine City community of the commitment of the Atlanta Housing Authority to a meaningful involvement of area residents in the planning and execution of all Urban Renewal activities to be undertaken in Vine City. The Housing Authority solicits the continued cooperation of the PAC as we work together to make Vine City an outstanding resi- dential area of Atlanta. Enclosures.
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 9

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  • Text: March 21, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel, 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR CECIL A. ALEXANDER, Chairman Housing Resources Committee MALCOLM D. JONES MEM ORA NDUM Housing Coordinator TO: Mr. R. Earl Landers Administrative Assistant Re your note to give you my opinion on Mr. James A. Smith's Memorandum of March 14, 1969, to Mr. Wofford pertaining to first batch ofweeklylists from the Housing Authority of families certified for Public Housing, the following is offered: Hasty perusal of the 45 certifications indicates that only 11 locations listed appear to actually justify Housing Code notices (4 of these already had Housing Code notices, and notices were prepared on 4 others as result of these inspections); a few may have been justified because of overcrowding. The remaining 34 certifications because of sub-standard housing conditions or overcrowding include: Public Housing unit in Perry Homes 4 gga tig outside of the City Limits ix ‘addresses given which could not be found Remainder apparently unjustified (in opinion of Housing Code Inspectors) Attention is invited to paragraph 4 of my Memorandum to you of February 26 (copy attached) in which I pointed out the fallacy of the Housing Authority accepting the tenants’ word for sub-standard conditions of housing as a basis for application for Public Housing. This practice is clearly confirmed in communication of February 28, 1969, from the Chief Tenant Selection Officer to Mr. Smith (copy of which is enclosed). This is obviously the principal reason for the abuse indicated in Mr. Smith's Summary Memorandum to Mr. Wofford. Unless this is corrected, no amount of effort on the part of the City can ever produce enough Public Housing in Atlanta. The attached material appears to be positive evidence of why the current procedure should be changed, as proposed by Building Department Officials, that a prospective applicant for Public Housing Mr. R. Earl Landers March 21, 1969 Page 2 because of inadequate housing conditions should first request and obtain a certificate from the Housing Code Division that the unit occupied is sub-standard or overcrowded to the extent that relocation is justified; and that such certification be presented to Housing Authority Tenant Selection Officials before certification for Public Housing is considered, I recommend that the Housing Authority be requested to adopt such procedure immediately. One other detail brought out during my discussion with Housing Authority Officials was that in reporting certification for Public Housing to the Building Department, an estimated date for move would be included (although it was mutually admitted that such dates would be tentative). This does not appear to have been done in these instances, It should be included in future reports. Sincerely, Aacke Malcolm D. Housing Coordinator MDJ/mc Encls: Assembled correspondence Copy of Memorandum of February 26, 1969
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 11

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  • Text: THE MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HELD ON THE 2ND DAY OF DECEMBER, 1969 The regular meeting of the Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, held on the 2nd day of December, 1969, at 3:00 P.M., in the Conference Room of the Authority, 82h Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, and upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Present Absent Mr. Edwin L. Sterne Mr. George S. Craft Mr. Jack F. Glenn Mr. J.B. Blayton Dr. W.H. Borders The Minutes of the Regular Meeting of November 18, 1969 were approved. Upon motion made by Mr. Blayton and seconded by Mr. Glenn, the fol- lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, on November 25, 1968, the Atlanta Housing Authority accepted @ proposal from A. P. S., Inc., 515 Plaster Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia, to buy Parcels 22 and 23 in the West End Urban Redevelop- ment Area, Project Georgia R-90 and to develop same as shopping center; and WHEREAS, under the terms of the pjoposal, the said A. P. S., Ine., is required to execute an Agreement for Disposition of Land appli- cable to said property within one year; and WHEREAS, said A. P. S., Inc., has requested a six month extension in the time set for the execution of said agreement to permit time for finalizing arrangements with the City of Atlanta and Sears, Roebuck and Company for a suitable connection with the Sears store which is located across Dunn Street from said Parcels 22 and 23; and WHEREAS, said request appears reasonable and should therefore be granted; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA that: The granting of the request made by A. P. S., Inc., for an extension of six months in the required time set for executing the Agreement for Disposition of Land applicable to said Parcels 22 and 23 is hereby authorized and directed. There being no further business to come before the meeting, upon motion made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned. Cdr fh. Cone Chairman © C oe je | ee A, A ee bee, yee ae fs ae a) nccmaah Secretary
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 19

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  • Text: May 8, 1969 Mr. Forrest Gee Purchasing Agent 403 City Hall Atlanta, Georgia RE: Bid #3296, dated April 29, 1969, for the Demolition of Stractures under "In Rem" Proceedings Dear Sir: A review of bids received on 17 properties on the above mentioned date indicates that the companies bidding are well qualified and bids are in line with previous experience. Therefore, I feel that the contracts should be swarded on the basis of the lowest bids submitted by each company as shown below. W. H. Allgood & Company - 1181 Campbellton Road, S. W. $165.00 665 Julian Street, N. W. $250.00 115 Kelso Drive, S. W. $150.00 1162 Lucille Avenue, S. W. $250.00 1102 Marietta Street, N. W. $350.00 938. North Eugenia Place, N.W. $268.00 189 Polar Rock Road, S. W. $200.00 1276 Sizemore Drive, N. W. $283.00 GA. M-1 R-208 First Avenue, S. E. $130.00 128 Fulton Street, S. E. $200.00 227 Little Street, S. E. $200.00 65-71 Pope Street, S. E. $125.00 Hudgins & Company « #1 Watts Road, N. W. $295.00 GA. Me} 95-99 Flat Shoals Avenue, S. E, $300.00 Mr.-Forrest Gee May 8, 1969 Page 2 Tri-City Wrecking Company - 1601 Hollywood Road, N. W. $345.00 GA Mel 530 McDonough Boulevard, S. E. $628.00 1425 Murray Street, S,. E. $360.00 We are now preparing the Resolutions authorizing the Mayor to execute the contracts ard will present these Resolutions to the Aldermanic Board Meeting on May 19, 1969. Yours truly, W. R. Wofford Building Official jb cc: A, C, Waddell —_—
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 13

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  • Text: C iy Ay ee ) | November 20, 1969 n Mr. Irvin Stevens Citizens Central Advisory Council Economic Opportunity Atlanta 101 Marietta Street Building Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Stevens: May I acknowledge receipt of your wire of yesterday. I regret that you do not agree with my appointment of Reverend William Holmes Borders as a member of the Atlanta Housing Authority. Dr. Borders' wide experience in the development of low income housing units and successful work in the Wheat Street Gardens Project eminently qualifies him for this position. With best wishes, I am Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAS r:lp | ott PS 0
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 22

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  • Text: “a f neo CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 501 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 August 12, 1969 W. ROY SMITH CHARLES L. DAVIS DIRECTOROF FINANCE 5 DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE JAMES R. FOUNTAIN, JR. EDGAR A. VAUGHN, JR. S DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE MEMORANDUM TOs Messrs. Jack Delius, Ray Nixon, Ralph Hulsey, Paul Weir, Karl Bevins FROM: Charles L. Davis, Director of Finance 7A. I am enclosing a copy of a letter I received which was addressed to Me. Lester H. Perselis from the Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment relating to credits that can accrue to the City as a result of temporary service and improvements. This is a great change in the policies Se aineie ce anak eaten ches cee 8 Oe a ee beneficial to us in capturing these credits. To this end I would like to have any auggestions you might have as to how to capture this cost and claim it as credit in the urban renewal projects and/or neighborhood development program areas. Mrs. Linda Anderson of my staff will be coordinating these credits with the proper officials of the Housing Authority and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. C.L.D. CLD: dhf Enelosure Ps ec: Mr. Dan Sweat Mrs. Linda Anderson
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 29

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  • Text: TO: Mr. Ed S. Cook DATE: 2021069 Techwood = Clark Howell FRCM: Techwood Tenant Selection Office SUBJECT: Applications completed for rental GATES y FRED M. 2 58 6-668 $ 3349. 39 sugges VC 296i) WELLEOUME DRIVE Ne Bp APT # O--ONE ROOM EPFICIENGZ<= * )
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 28

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  • Text: TO: Mr, Ed S. Cook DATE: Feb, 20, 1969 Techwood ~ Clark Howell FROM: Techwood Tenant Selection Office “SUBJECT: Applications completed for rental Zz | / Bennet}, Mrs. Beryl 1BR 8-15-68 $612.00 Suggs 166 Berne St. S. E. Lives with son and his family in two bedroom house. Bates, Mrs. Janet Louise 2BR 12-12-68 $1152.00 Prk wen 898 West Peachtree St. BH. W. Furnished apt. 3rooms Harden, Mrs. Joyce C, 2BR 12-2-68 $1,068 .00 2 Z.Aoe~ i 651 Queen St. S. W. Apt. #2 Living in a two bedroom apt. ae Cae ued ee onacte - fad
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 37

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  • Text: RE: RE: RE: RE: In reference to a list of properties furnished to Mr. James A. Smith from Mr, Melvin W. Rush, Chief Tenant Selection Officer. We report on the following conditions as found by the Inspectors of the Housing Code Division. 651 Queen Street, S.W., Apt. #2 Tenant is Mrs. Joyce C. Harden and 3 children Owner is Mr. Weathers This is a 6 room apartment, in livable condition Condition of house is fair Tenant lived here 7 months (rent $65.00) No apparent reason for moving except for a better apartment. Minor repairs needed, painting biggest expense 575 Lindsay Street, N.W., Apt. #3 Tenant was James C. Frederick, Jr., apartment is now vacant This is a 2 story, 4 unit apartment building, it was complied Over a year ago, Extensive maintenance is a constant necessity to keep them in condition to be lived in. Each apartment has 3 rooms, with seperate bath and kitchen. Only reason this could be classified for relocation would be overcrowded. , 334 Chappel Road, N.W., Apt. #B5 Occupied by Mrs. Gloria Cotton Managed by Ideal Realty Company This is a complex of jumbo brick, steel steps apartments with approximately 30 units. The premises need to be cleaned, but outside of this it could be classified as a #1 Project. Only reason this could be qualified for relocation would be overcrowdedness. 352 Dixie Hills Circle, N.W., Apt. #8 Former occupant was Mrs. Rena Alexander and 2 children, who moved from this apartment leaving a sister, to Mrs. Alexander, her mother and 4 children, which this would qualify Mrs. Alexander for Public Housing relocation, Also, a Housing Code inspection is qualified on this apartment complex, Extensive repairs and maintenance to be done. Schaeffer Realty Company, Manager. RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: 3005 Delmar Lane, N.W. Former tenant, Mrs. Mamie Alexander moved into Public Housing Project, leaving 2 children in a 6 room concrete block, single family dwelling. House is in excellent condition on exterior and interior, this house would come under the category of Complied When Made. From our information there is no justification for Public Housing relocation. 2435 Perry Boulevard, N.W., Apt. #35 Former tenant Melody Lowe Manager, Mr. Robert Daughtery Reason for moving unknown (rent $59.95) This is a 1 bedroom efficiency apartment, which is in excellent condition. Mr. Daughtery stated that as far as his knowledge, no one lived here other than Melody Lowe. 1386 Carey Drive, N.W., Apt. #188 Tenant, Ronda & Charles Copeland This apartment is part of The Perry Homes Reason for moving unknown These tenants were relocated fromone project to another project. 1245 Northwest Drive, N.W. Marion, Diane and Clarence Moore were the tenants relocated; on 10-8-68, James T. Wright was listed as tenant. Owner Ellis Farrell, 3020 Collier Drive, N.W. We found this house to be in a livable condition, 2284 Alvin Drive, N.W. Mrs. Viola Barnes is the name on the list for be relocated. Owner, Mrs. Enid W. Lawson According to our records Loyd Johnson & Annie Ruth Welch are the tenants, The house is in a livable condition. There is a considerable amount of repairs to be done. Mrs. Lawson was mailed a notice for repairs to be done on February 24, 1969, Considerable amount of trash & debris and tenant responsibilty involved in this house. The house-~ keeping is deplorable. Most conditions in this house was brought on by the tenants. Mrs, Lawson has until May, 1969 to comply with Housing Code Notice. RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: 843 Woods Street, N.W. Applicants Viola & John Willis Sanford Mr. & Mrs. Sanford were living with their daughter, Mrs. Palmer, House is in good shape, it was complied by Mr. R.A. Jenkins on September 12, 1968. No Housing Code Case necessary now. 375 Chestnut Street, N.W. Applicant, Shirley & Kenneth Williams It is occupied now. and the tenant is satisfied. No Housing Code Case needed at this time, 422 Ashby Street, N.W. Applicants, Lizzie Mae & Clark Bonner This house is in good condition, clean and comfortable. No apparent reason why relocated unless it was due to overcrowded conditions, No Housing Code Case needed at this time. 775 Confederate Avenue, S.E. Applicant, James .Alton Mitchell Owner, W. A. Johnson, 1449 Bolton Road, N.W. This house is in fair condition, it needs minor repairs and general maintenance. Only reason this house would qualify for Public Housing relocation, would be if the tenants were overcrowded, There are 2 remaining tenants. 321 Augusta Avenue, S.E. Applicant, Mrs. Mary Whatley This is a duplex, 1 unit vacant and 1 unit occupied. Minor maintenance items to be done, an estimated $50.00 cost, No justified reason for tenant to move unless it was overcrowded. 64 Soloman Street, S.E. Applicant, Lawrence Gibbs Owner, Bethel Baptist Church, 438 Fraser Street, S.E. There are no Housing Code violations. The house is vacant at this time, and there is not any apparent reason why occupants moved. 220 Bass Street, S.E. Applicant, Mrs. Classie Burt This is a 2 unit apartment, 1 vacant, 1 occupied. minor repairs needed, estimate of $75.00 to bring up to Housing Code, No Housing Code Case at this time, RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: 2036 Robson Place, S.E. Applicant, John Nash No such number located on this street, nor in the Southeast part of city. Neighbors living on this street claimed they never heard of a John Nash. 622 Grant Street, S.E. Apt. #1 Applicants, Jackie & Eugene Ray Owner, Ledbetter Construction Company, 2171 Cheshire Bridge Road, N.E. This is a 6 unit, 2 story building, occupied by 9 tenants by the name of Westbrooks. Minor repairs, estimated $50.00, as far as Housing Code violations. 94 Glenn Street, S.E., Apt. #1 Applicant, Becky Lee McGreer Owner, Kaplan Investment Company This is a duplex, 1 occupied, 1 vacant. Minor Housing Code violations, estimated at $200,00. No apparent reason for moving, unless overcrowded. 46 Meldon Avenue, S.E., Apt. #7 Applicant, Earl E. Carter Owner, Edith Price Mrs. Price occupies 1 unit and other unit is vacant. Only minor repairs needed for Housing Code compliance. No apparent reason why tenant would move, 171 Howard Street, S.E. Applicant, Ellie Lee Tarver House is in good condition, No Housing Code Case would be made at this time, Overcrowdedness would be only reason why tenant would move. 278 Thornton Street, S.W. Applicant, Mrs. Jessie Covington Owner, Mrs, Sally Morrison Mrs. Morrison, the owner, states she has lived here for 20 years and she did not make an application to be re- located and she also stated she did not know the applicant. We also note that the house is in excellent condition, No Housing Code violations. RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: 2883 Glenwood Road, S.E. Applicant, Mrs. Fred Morrison Liggions We find that this house is outside the city limits. It is vacant and has been for over a year. Damaged by fire over 75h Applicant faldsified this address to the Atlanta Housing Authority, 560 Little Street, S.W. Applicant, Mrs. Vera Mae Saffo On inspection we found that this address is a vacant lot. We have no knowledge of how long this house has been torn down. 166 Berne Street, S.E. Applicant, Mrs. Burell Bennett On inspection we found no such number as 166 Berne Street, S.E.. Some other explanation could be made about this address, we don't have it. 1984 Wellbourne Drive, N.E. Apt. #6 Applicant, Fred M. Gates Inspection reveals that this is an 8 unit apartment building, approximately 1 year old. The complex is in excellent condition. No Housing Code violations were recorded at this time, 462 Ira Street, S.W., Apt. #4 Applicants, Cecil & Louise Bell As of current record, we show that this 4daeess is in the Code Compliance Office for further action, 1061 Neal Place, N.W. Apt. #16 Applicants, Eddie & Fannie L. Bixby Our inspection reveals no such number as 1061 Neal Place, N.W.. 866 Crew Street, S.E. Applicants, Lester & Adell Chaney We found this to be a new 10 unit, brick apartment complex fully occupied, No Housing Code Case is necessary at this time. No apparent reason why tenants should leave these apartments, RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: 1014 McDaniel Street, S.W. Applicant, Deborah Cost This is an owner occupied house. No Housing Code violations apparent on this house. No case made on this house. No apparent reason for tenant leaving this house. 146 Kennett Street, S.E. Applicants, Judy & Benny Dunn This is a 1 family residence and it is occupied at this time. Minor Housing Code violations were found, possibly a $100,00 cost to repair. There are 8 occupants living in 7 rooms at this time, which justify the house as being overcrowded if the tenant (or applicant) has as many 3 in his family. 1240 Simpson Road, N.W., Apt. #14 According to the numbering system, there is not a 1240 Simpson Road, N.W. No report on this otherwise. 985 Smith Street, S.W. Applicants, Mary L. & Jacob Maffeth Owner-Occupied, Albert Holiday This is a duplex, 1 unit occupied, 1 vacant. An estimate of $250.00 minor repairs, will put this house in excellent condition. No apparent reason for this family to leave unless of overcrowdedness conditions. 270 Troy Street, N.W. Managed by Ben T. Huiet & Sons This complex is approximately 10 years old. There were some Housing Code Violations noted and a Housing Code Case will be made on the entire project. Overcrowded conditions would be the only justification for vacating this apartment building. 136 Richardson Street, S.E. Applicants, Mattie & James Smith According to our inspection there is not a 136 Richardson Street, S.E. recorded nor noted on the street. We have no further information on this. 807 Bonneville Terrace, N.W. Applicant, Mrs. Miram Broughton We found this house complied on first inspection. The owner stated that 6 people were relocated leaving a total of 4 in a 5 room house, RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: vr 583 Delbridge Street, N.W. Applicant, Phillip J. Allison This is a duplex, occupied by 2 families, 2 occupants to each side. Housing Code Case made against this house this date. Estimate cost of repairs around $500.00. 1245 Northwest Drive, N.W. Applicant, Clarence Moore There is an existing Housing Code Case against this house. 898 W. Peachtree Street, N.W. Applicant, Mrs. Jeanette Bates A Housing Code Case made against this house this week. 712 Cooper Street,S.W. Applicant, Bobby N. Smith A Housing Code Case in existance now. R-571 Linden Avenue, N.E. Applicant, Maggie Douglas Weldon Inspector found no such number on Linden Avenue. 239 Ormond Street, S.E. Applicant, Mrs. Ellie Edwards Our records show that this house is in the Codes Compliance Office, being handled by them. 936 Fair Street, S.W. Applicant, Will & Edith Henderson We found this to be a duplex; 2 - 3 room apartments. One vacant and one occupied. ish All Housing Code violations Agted on the apartment and this building. 42 Leach Street, N.W. Applicants, Emma Jean & Willie Key Owner, Q. V. Williamson, 855 Hunter Street, N.W. This house is in need of extensive repairs, our estimated cost is $1500.00. It is a single family, 1 unit. It has 6 rooms with 5 occupants, 259 Church Street, N.E, Applicant, Otis & Rilous Evans According to inspection, we are unable to find a Church Street, N. E. nor Church Street, N.W.. \ ¢
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 23

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  • Text: fT < . REGION Wl C 2} a.) " “th ">,, 30 we ¢ ee yl DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT PEACHTREE SEVENTH BUILDING: EEEANT AG GEORGIA 30323 P is Se hr August 6, 1969 IN REPLY REFER To: A SRF Mr. Lester H. Persells K Executive Director Housing Authority of the te ee City of Atlanta Sache ay EE | 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Perselis: } 2 CP eo es ea Subject: Project No. Ga. Ae2 Neighborhood Development Program Eligibility as Part of an Urban Renewal Project (Regular Program or NDP) of Certain Temporary Project Improvements During the discussion in your office on July 30, 1969, attended by Mr. A. F. Milne and members of his staff, mention was made of Interim Assistance Program type activities now permitted under an NDP. The following information may be of value to you in preparing the LPA's anal? aahian fs- 107M Beppe aaa OY oerewe it is now HUD calitey to allow as an eligible Item 1 or Item 2 project cost: (a) the installation or constructioa of temporary parks and playgrounds in an NDP or urban renewal area project where provided for in the Urban Renewal Plan and where found to further the accomplishment of urban renewal objectives, and (b) temporary construction or recon struction work on existing publicly-owed streets and utility lines in, an NDP or urban renewal area where such work is provided for in the Urban Renewal Plan and is determined to further urban renewal ebjectives,. Modification to existing Urban Renewal Plans to allow an LPA to install or construct temporary parks and playgrounds and perform temporary cone struction or reconstruction work on publiceowned streets and utillty «~ lines can be accomplished only where the land involved is already in public ownership, or has been or is to be acquired for other NDF or urbaa renewal project purposes. Such modifications are considered minor pla changes and do not require another public hearing under Federal lev or prior HUD approval of the action. The LPA must, of course, meet any v applicable public hearing requirement of State and local law. The policy change, coupled with existing HUD pelicy, particularly existing policy relating to LPA property ranagement (see Urban Renewal Handbook 7211.1, Chapters 1, 2, and 3, and NDP Handbook 7384.1, Chapter 5, Section 1), we 4s intended to grant eligibility as part of an urban renewal project (regular program or NDP) to all activities now permitted under the Interim Assistance Program with the exception of repair or improvement of non~LPA-owed properties. To be eligible costs, these interim type activities must be provided for in the Urban Renewal Plan. Under the Interim Assistance Grant Program, expenditures for the following activi- tiles are eligible to the extent necessary to alleviate harmful conditions in, and te protect the health and safety of residents of, the program area: 1. Systematic clean-up of public areas and ways, including the carrying | ,— out of comprehensive rodent control and extermination measures. sie 2. Special collection of refuse (garbage and trash) and bulky junk such as old applicances, furniture, and autos parked by owners en eee and tenants for removal and disposal as vart of an area-wide c campaign to clean up private premises. 3. Repair of serious deficiencies in public streets to meet needs consistent with short term continued use of area prior to under= taking of permanent action (except expressway, freeways, and other limited access streets), such as temporary patching of holes or cuts in pavement and the repair of curbs, gutters, culverts, and sidewalks. & Repair of publicly-owed buildings and publicly-owned utilities including street Lighting and stationary tire and poiice comauuie cation systems. The repairs shail be Limited to the extent needed to meet needs consistent with the shorteterm continued use of the svea prior to undertaking of permanent ection. 5. Repair of serious deficiencies in parks and playgrounds to meet needs consistent with short term continued use of area and establish- ment of tempcerary playgrounds on vacant land within the area, including reasonable costs of leasing such land for this purpose. The foregoing policy change is intended to provide LPA flexibility to alleviate harmful conditions in renewal areas prior te the time that permanent renewal of the area can be achieved. Work performed should be of an interim temporary nature and shall not include upgrading of continuing services such es regular garbage and trash collection. For example, the Regional Office shall give priority consideration to the systematic clean-up of a program area rather than the upgrading of a continuing service suchaas combined refuse collection from a biweekly to a weekly basis. Moreover, where such services are inadequate, the Regional Office shall give priority consideration to LPA requests for o3- financial assistance for interim type activities which involve commit- ments by the locality to provide, in addition to federally-funded activie- ties adequate locally-financed recurring services to maintain the program area in a clean condition on a continuous year-round basis. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact this office, Lies mR fg ak ie ' John, T, Edmunds — “, _cAssistant Regional Administrator 7 fer Renewal Assistance Acting cect Mr. Howard Openshaw Director of Redevelopment
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 18

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  • Text: George Wilborn EOA Boulevard Dr., N.E. pate Zdve wood VDP fr ta - fFey ‘ecH% trea Li Pas ci nore | | Curtis Parrish a 198 Hutchinsod St., NE. Project senagee 758-7926 378-0026 he Rev. Lonnie Young 1381 LaFrance St., N.5,. 377-7090 688-2110 bes &. J. Scruggs 3 94 Wesley Ave., N. E. _ 373-2447 - 3 Mrs. Viole. Elder i 174, Whiteford Ave., N. E. 522-5590 i.{C. Vs Troup 167 Howard St., N. E. 373-9161 k. ‘Stenley G. Stark (W) 1334 LaFrance St., N. E. Grocer 634-4181 688-2464. *..{ Thomas J. Butts 15 Leslie St., N. E. | 688-4140 363-5769 Rev. 0. E. Myler 1361 Dupont _Ave., N. BE. ° 523-6787 ‘ Arron Watson 685 Caron Circle, N. W. 791-9727 377-1748 Jones’ Cosby 1424, LaFrance 377-6123 . JO. Rev. Co W. Hil) 163 Flora Ave., N. E. 688-6549 vil John Gaither 1560 Foote Street, N. E. 2 Ralvh Long Coon School-Boulevard Dr., N. E. 377-1748 (3 Glady Jackson 1460 Hardee aivaut. N. E, ° i 688=7158 le Louise White I 220 Hutchinson St., Ne Ee ue 377-4166 Is John Crowley 50 Mayson Ave,, N. E. | ia ener Hodacuonth 185 Marion Place, N. FE. 521-0612 | zl charles Turner (Chairman) 1567 Paxon Aves, Ne Ee 378-5165 355-1655 1 al Willie Gresham . al thomas Davis 1434, Hardee St., N. E. | 688-6544 ‘ Alton P. Lee, Sr. 73 Mortimer Street, N.E. z 522-9419 fi Ruby Groones 1423 LaFrance St., N.E. 377-4065 __ " Pennie Hopper 162 B-Wesley Ave., N. EB. eas oom nae: - 5 . ee = Re Ss wd Zee e ood Wop firis. = Feep Pe Arena Conwy toe BUSINESS + | aie ee George Wilborn EOA Boulevard Dr., N.E. fea Curtis Parrish 198 dutskinanh St., Ne Ee Project Manager Mra, Viole Elder i _174 Whiteford Ave., Ne Be 522-5590 i C. V. Troup | 167 Howard St., N. E, | 373-9461 sey k Beene G, Stark {w) 1334 LaFrance Stes N, E. Grocer 634-4181 688-246). ks monde v. Butte 15 Leslie St. Ne Ee | ? 688-4140 363-5769 ; Rev. O. E. Myler 1361 Dupont Ave., N. B.” 523-6787 e Anron Watson 685 Caron Circle, N. W. 794-9727 37721148 Jomes Cosby “4424 LaFrance 377-6123 | ‘I Rev. C. W. Hill /163 Flora Ave., N. B, | 688-6519 | "1| John Gaither 1560 Foote Street, N. B. : 1OL Ralvh Long ia School=Boulevard Drs Ne E. 377-1748 N Gliady Jackson 1460 Hardee Street, N. 5. : F 688=7158 Lal Louise White 220 fhutetitnson St., N. E. 377-4166 ; sl John Crowley 50 Mayson Ave,, N. E. i Emory Housevorth 185 Marion Place, N. ) 521-0612 2h Charles Turner (Chairman) 1567 Paxon Ave. N. E. 378-5165 _ 355-1655 _ 1 3 Willie Gresham = bah Thomas Davis | “443d, Hordee St., N, E. 688-6544, Lat Alton P. Lee, Sr. 73 Mortimer Street, N.E. 522-9419 ik Ruby Groones 1423 LaFrance St., N.E. 377-1065 _ + Pennie Hopper 162 B-Wesley Ave., N. E. 378-3643 a . : i = ; 1 « 4 S " 3S + | Ldge ood’ WOP fir ta. (Fo) ecK rea Lan wep Pace. sl ee TS : Curtis Parrish 198 Hutchinson St., NoE. Project Manager 758-7926 ‘378-0046 Lat Rev. Lonnie Young 1381 LaFrance St.. NE, _377-7090__|_ 688-2110 _-_ Ret Ee J. Scruggs 94, Wesley Ave., N. BR 373-2447 - [9 } , Bt Mra. Viole Elder 17/4, Whiteford Ave., N. E. 522-5590 a ae z C. V. Troup 167 Howard St., N. E. 373-9161 | Stanley G. Stark ‘(w) 1334 LaFrance St., N. E. Grocer 634-4181 688-2464 . : : i:.1 Thomas J. Butts 15 Leslie St., N. E. 688-4140 363-5769 7.l_Rev. 0. EB. Myler 1361 Dupont Aves, Ne Be 523-6787 E Anron Watson 685 Caron Circle, N. W. 794-9727 377-1748 i James Cosby 1424 LaFrance 377-6123 | bal Nev. C,. W. Hill 163 Flora Ave., N. E. 688-6549 f "4} John Gaither 1560 Foote Street, N. E. | . | 24 Raloh Long Coan School-Boulevard Dr., N. E. 377-1748 | ; 3} Glady Jackson 1460 Hardee Street, N. FE. : 688=7158 | /\_Louise White 220 Hutchinson St., N. E. __ 377-4466 t bed . Is John Crowley 50 Mayson Ave,, N. E. | : ’ : i ial Nmory Housevworth | 185 Marion Place, N. E. 521-0612 | . [Zk Charles Turner (Chairman) 1567 Paxon Ave.’, N. E. 378-5165 355-1655 al Wilt4e Greshom _ | = ie Thomas Davis 1434 Hardee St., N. E. 688-6544 i ee \ Alton P, Lee, Sr. 73 Mortimer Street, N.E. 522-9119 é o ii Ruby Groones 1423 LaFrance St., N.E. 377-4065 a) Pennie Hopper 162 B-Wesley Ave., N. EB. a: sti3 “PE. George Wilborn EOA Boulevard Dr., N.E. Brad SUSLNESS * | 4dge ood WODP Area - SfopecY rea Comuytee Curtis Parrish 198 Hutchinaon St., NE. Project Manager 758-7926 ‘378-0046 \ Rev. Lonnie Young 1381 Lativenee. Biss N.3, 377-7090 688-2110 | ba Neos Scruggs ; 94. Wesley Ave., N. E 2 373—=244,7 - >. Mrs. Viole.Elder _ 17h, Whiteford Ave., N. E. 522-5590 bel CV, Trou 167 Howard St., Ne E. 373-0461 L ‘Stanley G. Stark tw) 1334 LaFrance St., N. BE. Grocer 634-4181 688-246), . 4 Thomas J. Butts 15 Leslie St., N. Ee | 688-4120 363-5769 he Rev. 0. E. Myler 1361 Dupont Ave., N. EB.” 523-6787 ts Arron Watson 685 Caron Circle, N. W. 794-9727 377-1748 ‘| James Cosby 1424 LaFrance 377-6123 ; vol Rev. C. W. Hill 163 Flora Ave., N. E. 688-6549 iz John Gaither 1560 Foote Street, N. E. ; 2 Ralvh Long Coan School=-Boulevard Dr., N. E. 377-1748 La} Glady Jackson 1460 Hardee Strest, N. &. : " é 688-7158 n Louise White j 220 Hutchinson St., N. EB. | ne 377-4166 «| John Crowley 50 Mayson Ave,, N. E. i Emory Houseworth _ 185 Marion Place, N. E. 521-0612 , al Charles Turner (Chairman) 1567 Paxon Ave. N. E. 378-5165 355-1655 ral Willie Greshen 21 thomas Davis 1434 Hardee St., N. EB. | 688-6544 a Alton P. Lee, Sr. 73. Mortimer Street, NE. 522-9419 a Ruby Groones 1423 leFrance St., N.E. 277-4065 _ 4, Bennie Hopper 162 B-Wesley Ave., N. Ee eer George Wilborn EOA Boulevard Dr., N.E.
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 5

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  • Text: WENT On / li I3430 = Room 6k5 C. . DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT op PEACHTREE SEVENTH BUILDING, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30323 on \ ak Ro: * ys a ol tna! 4 REGU ice of the Regional Adwinistrotor / ere nla i t ny A vv | U he ck IN REPLY REFER TO Fe v \ | \ f\ ‘ \ ry os 3RE Mr, Lester H. Persella Executive Director Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta 62h Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 39353 Dear Mr. Persellis: Subject: Project No. Ga. Rell University Center Urben Renewal Area Part ei. Amendsent Ne. 9 to the Urben Renewal Po an and Loan and Grant Contract I am pleased to confirm the telecsraphic announcement that the Assistant Secretary for Renewal andi Housing Assistance has executed an amendutory allocation order authorizing the revision of your existing Contract for Loan and Grant and Urban Renewal Plen. Subject to your executicn of an amendatory contract, this amendatory allocation order will inerease the amount of the Federal capital prant authorization by $310,51: to a total of $5,555,629 and increase the aizount of the loan authorization by $122,764 to a total of $3,760,427. Your attention is directed to the fact that the Loan and Grant Contract expressly states that the Goverment hes no obligation to enter into any contract for additional Federal Pinancial assistance in connection with this project. You are hereby advised that we have no intention of increasing the project capital grant from the omount now approved, except for increases which might arise pursuant to future Federal legislation. It is therefore your responsibility to monitor the carrying out of activities pursuant to this contract in such a way that, if project costs should increase, you will te able to act promptly to prevent overrunning the budget on which the Federal grant is based. In such circumstances, and regardless of the reason for the additional costs, you should reduce the scope of project costs and activities so as to be able to complete the project with the present project capital grant. The only alternative means by which the Local Public Agency could fulfill its obligation to complete the project would be by obtaining any necessary additional funds from non-Federal sources; contritution of such funds to tne project would not constitute &@ local granteineaid. This should be made known to the governing body of the Local Public Agency, and to the chief executive and governing body of the locality. Enclosed are Forms HUD-6209, Project Cost Estimate ond Financing Plan, and HUD-6220, Project Expenditures Budget, with an explanation of differences hetween requested and approved amounts. Our approvel of the project expenditures budget constitutes a concurrence in your incurring costs in conformity with such budget from the date of approval thereon. Sincerely yours, Lh =, C LE we — _f Bdward H. Baxter YHYRegional Administrator Enclosures ec: Mr. Howard Openshaw
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Box 3, Folder 5, Document 41

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  • Text: Mr. Don Hummel ; Assistant Secretary for Renewal & Housing Assistance Room 9100 of Housing & Urban Development 452 ~ Seventh Street S. W. Washington, D. C. 20h10 Subject: Request for Approval Project GA. R=101 Bedford Pine Urban Redevelopment Area Dear Mr. Hummels The above Project is in an area of acute racial tensions, The Part I for this Project has been submitted, and we have been ~ waiting for approval for a considerable length of time. Public Hearings have been held and the Part II submittal will be made immediately after approval of the Part I, The new Housing Act gives Atlanta an opportunity to convert this Project to the new program entitled Neighborhood Development Program. We wish to make this conversion at the earliest possible date, which we estimate to be within approximately three to four months. Pending such conversion, however, it is important to Atlanta that this Project be approved as presently constituted immediately,without the delay necessary te convert it. Any steps you can take in view of the foregoing which would resolt in early approval of this Project would be greatly appreciated. ‘Sincerely yours,
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