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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 9

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  • Text: COA IDENTIFI- Form approved CATION Budget Bureau No. 63-R1170 tne panty | City of Atlanta, Georgia eeTesy [city g COST CONTROL STATEMENT AODRESS | 68 Mitchell Street MODEL CITY PLANNING GRANT city | Atlanta, Georgia 30303 As of April 30, 1969 ZIP CODE PERSON i Contract Period eee ‘MP - 10 ~ 001 CONTRACT NO. PROJECT OR PROGRAM NUMBER Froml2/1/67 To 4/30/69 cost BUDGET AMOUNT PER COSTS INCURRED eet tiaer ACTIVITY CLASSIFICA TION ApPRoveR CURRENT MONTH CUMULATIVE ACCT.NO. BUDGET TO DATE 1401 Salaries $123.952.00 |s -0- 5142.381.88 1401 A Salaries-Non-Cash Con- 55,825.00} 10,820.67cr| 61,408 00 tributions TOTAL SALARZTES 179,777.00 | 10,820.67cr| 203.789 88 1402 Employee Benefits 17,819 00 -0- 10,023.68 1402 A Employee Benefits - Non Cash 5,583.00 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 23,402,00 -0- 10,023 68 1403 Consultants and Contract Services 39,315.00 -0- 33,419.41 1404 Auto Allowance 2,945 00 -0- 3.039.78 1405 Travel 4,450.00 64.05 3,621.34 TOTAL TRAVEL 7,395.00 64,05 6.661.12 1406 Equipment Rental or Purchase 10,088.00 24.93cr| 10,900.45 1407 Space Alterations and other Space Costs 9,425.00 -O- 10,443.60 1407 A Space - Utilities 6,056 00 -O- 6 840.67 TOTAL SPACE COST 15,481.00 -O- 17.284.27 1408 Office Supplies 311,450.00 1,648.66 12,633.35 1409 Special projects-Citizeng Participation Expenses 20,000.00 4,632.22 12,195.84 TOTAL ALL COSTS $306,908 00 § 4,500.67cr$306. 908.00 Certified Correct: ‘\ for Lys ay he at o ae ive q wet reek Program Director (Title) May 12, 1969 (Date Submitted) u. SS. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT @ MODEL CITIES PROGRAM COST CONTROL STATEMENT aabeahas 223406-P HUD-Wash., D. C. (11-67) : r| city of Atlanta, Georgia 4DDRESS | 68 Mitchell Street | Atlanta, Georgia 30303 CE PRINCIPAL PERSON 4 Form onproved Budget Gureau No. 63-R1166 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION MODEL CITY PLANNING GRANT AsOf_April 30. 1969 Contract Period eesteS 'P - 01 - 001 CONTRACT NO, PROJECT OR PROGAAM NUMBFP From 12/1/67 7704/30/69 =¢ ASSETS Cash: Cush $ 9,834.71 Petty Cesh 150.00 Total Cash $ 9,984.71 Accounts Receivable : Planning Grant 24,550.00 CDA Contribution -O- Other 8.24 * Total Accounts Receivable _ 24,558.24 306. 908.00 Cost Control TOTAL ASSETS 341,450.95 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Liabilities Total Current Liabilities Deferred Credits: Unearned Planning Grant Unearned CBA Contribution Tolal Deferred Credits TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital: CDA Contribution Planning Grant Total Capital TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL *The first $8 24 check was lost and a waste ie 34,542.95 34,542.95 so f}sc = {hee angler ts 34.542 95 61.408.00 245,500 cae 10.00 306.908 00 341,450.95 second has been submitted U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URAAN CEVELOPMENT ®MOMREL CITIES PROGRAM STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION 223388-P HiUp-Wesh., D.C. HU D-70%. (11-67) Certified Correct: , { f <1. i J aan Be Mt ee x & Rea he Nt E S Stgnetureh a, — by sy "Sema e Program Director (Title) May 12, 1969 (Date Submitted) Lemna nee HRS Pe MMe eee
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 5

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  • Text: ATTACHMENT. A-I ’ _ — +o U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT Budget Surusary 1. NAME OF CDA Atlanta City Demonstration Agency 2. BUDGET A. Undertakings B. Estimated Cost VY C. MCA Share (1) Program Administration $ 618,663 $ 494,930 (Year 1) (2) Projects and Activities Resident RE-001C $ 120,000 $ 120,000 Involvement : RE-002N 17,000 17,000 _ RE-003N 30,000 15,000 RE-004N -— 99,000—~Ststé<“‘
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 29

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  • Text: pete 8 keegyene a ¥ at atay svaseas Ae. -asengniew. 3 5 aedbdsdeus «i Te fUOe He wh Pe hol PY Cor ZY T LIAM TA DEPARTMENT OF LAW 2614 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Atlanta, Georgia 30303 St tt ait ih : a bat Jy ab tees ie ROBERT S. WIGGINS - ary MARTIN MCFARLAND February 11, 1969 EDWIN L. STERNE RALPH C, JENKINS JOHN E, DOUGHERTY HENRY L. BOWDEN CHARLES M. LOKEY CciTyY ATTORNEY ; THOMAS F. CHOYCE JAMES 6. PILCHER FERRIN Y. MATHEWS ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATE CITY ATTORNEYS ROBERT A. HARRIS HENRY M. MURFF CLAIMS ATTORNEYS Executive Board of the Model Neighborhood PEOGOGM oe he ve tady City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Gentlemen: You have requested an opinion on the "legality of the Mass Conven- tion requiring unanimous approval at the Mass Convention meeting before the delegate is allowed to be slated as a neighborhood representative." Committees and Boards upon which neighborhoods have representatives in the Mass Convention are: 1. Credentials Committee 2. Program Committee 3. Boundaries Committee 4. Organization Committee 5. Nominating Committee 6. Resolutions Committee 7. Constitution and By-Laws Committee 8. Steering Committee 9. Executive Board Neighborhood Program The neighborhood membership of the first seven committees listed are elected in neighborhood caucus. No approval is required by the Mass Convention. The Vice Chairman of the Steering Committee and the neighborhood representative for the Executive Board of the Model Neighborhood Executive Board of the Model Neighborhood Program Page 2 February 11, 1969 Program are elected by their respective neighborhood caucuses subject to approval by a majority of qualified members of the Mass Convention present and voting. If approval is not granted, then that neighborhood shall re-caucus for the purpose of another election and for resubmission to the Mass Convention of another person for the position to be filled. Yours very truly, ‘ste Bees rae on oe f j [pve oy i 2. 3 ae Aa James B. Pilcher /Assoc. City Attorney JBP:at
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 24

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  • Text: Mode Crhes Exeouchve Buicd Alderman E. Gregory Griggs 691 Woodland Avenue, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30316 233-4162 Alderman G. Everett Millican- 500 Bishop Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30318 _ 351-5074 Honorable Charlie Brown, Chairman Fulton County Board-of Commissioners 165 Central Avenue, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 572-2791 : Mr. Clarence D. Coleman Director of Southern Region National Urban:League, Inc, 136 Marietta Street, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 688-8778 : Dr. C. Miles Smith 239 West Lake Avenue, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 794-1266 or 755-0227 Honorable Sam Caldwell State Labor Commissioner Georgia Department of Labor State Labor Building Atlanta, Georgia 524-2411 Mr. Bill C. Wainwright Atlanta Federal Savings and Loan Association 22 Marietta Street, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 577-4151 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., Chairman Mr. J. D. Newberry ADAIR PARK 656 Mayland Avenue, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 753-4471 Mr. J. C. Whitley GRANT PARK 325 Orleans Street, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 522-5213 Mrs. Mattie Ansley SUMMERHILL 131 South Avenue, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 525-0623 Mrs. Martha Weems PEOPLES TOWN 123 Vanira Avenue, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 622-4744 Deacon Lewis Peters MECHANICSVILLE 797 Pryor Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 524-5819 — Representative John Hood PITTSBURGH 71163 Windsor Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 525-1466 or 688-1350 tow lb fo
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 30

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  • Text: FEB 7 1969 ra 2//69 19 It [ta 1O te Ic {8a IH to Iz WHEREAS, Me. J. G. Johnson, Director Atlanta Model Cities Program, has requested the Atlanta Housing Authority to enter into a lease agreement for certain properties within Project GA. R-10, Rawson-Washington Project (identi-e. fied on attached map); and WHEREAS, the property is to be used for the location of the Model Cities Offices, which is a civic and social endeavor serving the needs of people in the Urban Renewal Areas imnedi- ately adjacent; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, that the Executive Director, after concurrence by the Renewal Assistance Administration and the Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, is authorized to execute a Lease Agreement under the prevailing pro- visions of the UR Handbook.
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 27

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  • Text: by te ES pe ae ~— ae * CITY OF ATLANTA March;5, 1969 OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 673 Capitol Avenue, $.W. Atlanta, Ga. 30315 404-524-8876 Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor J. C. Johnson, Director MEMORANDUM TO : Model Neighborhood Executive Board Members Johnny C. Johnson, Director 7 oe SUBJECT: Model Neighborhood Executive Board Meeting FROM The Executive Board of the Model Neighborhood Program will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 11, 1969 at 10:00 a.m. in City Hall, Committee Room #2. ay VLC ~ Enclosures Sr naa SABO I og Pedigree OSE, LN NN ty Ls
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 40

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 565 Hill St. SE Atlents, Ga. 30312 404-524-8876 " Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor J. 0, lobster, P'irocter MEMORANDUM , TO David Caldwell Budget Analyst FROM oe Xernena Clayton Community Affairs Deprzrtment SUBTECT: Requisition for Neighbort:cod Funds Date: (Oct So 19 OF Voucher No. Tx preg 2s (por peted /Xérnona eine - ACTION: Check Issued (date): Check Number: Dave Caldwell
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 42

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  • Text: Pact 2. “7 2 Jace se Ws Pa _ # ee Bs. ge = | bl ge 4 We fd pe aoe Pratt! uties ica deaae igs s fend eapodel oF mataudl (2helene (Me CHAhe eee eee ree thn an: tte anna men ante ealy ee tape! ' ney. ae Oe 4 | af m, 4
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 43

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  • Text: Pte Ciro a fie I aati ale ect Milas PLOT Te ' Po SPAT eT PE oie I TT A 7 r 5 ti biten Dotan T 4 [apf farther 7 3/ ¢ zo stv Su), ‘oe KEY Dio Ie2t Corpssende de pes 7 . 4 SS 54 EtCaze.0--. AS) a ee 50004 Ath OW/G-A9 VIS x = PAO Pn 2°37 AFC of a 3, of GY LS, ( Balance) : 7 a lal a hate le aaa Na aibresialin lieben! iene ier tN a AA i in sl tl Ah A ae lle seattal i Llib saninta take Bich AMMEN md Bats a a ae
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 1

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  • Text: DEPARTMENT CF CITY CLERK CITY HaLb ye ATLANTA, GEORGIA A RESOLUTION BY ALDERMEN G, EVERETT MILLICAN and E. GREGORY GRIGGS A RESOLUTION APPROVING A COMPREHENSIVE CITY DEMON- STRATION PROGRAM WITH FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE UNDER TITLE I OF THE DEMONSTRATION CITIES AND METRO- POLITAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966 WITH AUTHORITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION. WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta desires to carry out a compre- hensive city demonstration program (herein referred to as the ''Program", attached hereto and made a part hereof) with Federal financial assis- tance under Title I of the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of 1966 (herein called "Act"); WHEREAS, the Act requires local governing body approval of the Program as a condition for eligibility for assistance; NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta as follows: SECTION 1. The Program, including the projects and activities set forth in the grant agreement, is hereby approved. SECTION 2. The Mayor is authorized to execute a grant agree- ment with the United States of America and to do all things necessary in order. t6 carry out the Program including the submission of such reports’, certifications and other material as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development shall require. SECTION 3. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen assumes full responsibility for assuring that all grant funds will be used in an economical and efficient manner in carrying out the Program and assures the necessary non-Federal share of the cost of Program Administration. SECTION 4. The Director of Finance or his successor or delegate may do all things required to be done in order to obtain payment of the grant, including but not limited to the selection of a commercial bank to receive payment vouchers, the submission of signature specimens, and the filing of requests for payment. ADOPTED by Board of Aldermen May 19, 1969. APFRCVED May 20, 1969.
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 6

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  • Text: Cc. Grant Agreement for a Comprehensive City Demonstration Program Atlanta, Georgia EXHIBIT B The City agrees to refund to HUD any payment or portions of payments which HUD determines were not properly due to the City under the terms of this Agreement. There shall be no displacement of site occupants as a result of any project or activity funded in whole or in part by Grant funds, prior to HUD approval of (1) a relocation activity work . program and budget and (2) a Five Year Relocation Forecast that meets the requirements of CDA Letter No. 5. ——————— — = Delete Section 3B
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 15

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  • Text: -" —— = = a E fetes. Shad s ; B0R oS Picac Ras eae R : Pid GEORCE been mr Tb ih fe eta sens Ho! VDASS IS ME fi SPrEGi hie AS St i OR EES nG ASPATRS & ARATSA FOR BODEL Br 3 ae Tie FPCLLOGWING STATEMENT WAS LoSU: "nN bY RCRE TARY ROMNEY 4 TO NE SEER DEA "A Le ey iy > Ce 5 cin ‘ ar iv sowie ie a » 5 fet oars iC x hh AF hele : : SPENT SECRETARY HYDE Wilt BE. TELEPHOM fic ree TAL s 7 EE soar 1‘ wpe a fe 3 ey pres eae Ps +f eee — oo BAGH OP THE REG TONAL TO BPISCUSS THE IMPLICATIONS GF THIS STATEMENT | : =! BPAY EPG T Op RE Tim MODEL C PROGE AG EOS Ve GOGRDINMTE & VAsd ARRAY Sk, PRGGRS CONC! TMUPACT CN SPEC TS. DEFRESSE AE NETOHS Se : GOVERN ~. 1 . - . yy a axe 7 GF THE COUNCT.. =e Ni 2 Si f PROGRAM ED PRC BS THA VME pid us oe rs : CALL POR Piltib: : ne ae Pic 4: mar ae PE pam ot 4 eo a — DER AL [ENTLY RESPGESIVE TO LOCAL =. Ga CIDP o rs vse * ane ‘ ind 10: os 3 al: he ae f pk as Bayes TN DEY PROPOSALS ' etActga inet i a i aor. Wi ah snes a's ea Val trike Ms 3 HIitDS 4 Tid Gr FURS THAT BS MA v14 i * . ; avo fr lt i TG THE i | STGTE GOYEERAE E | 6 BY “OnE L,. BaD THAT fee REST DSH ° GH CiF L “ Rit “Vi LSED i! AEE De P ri i ee : ’ G f ” . ( aS Ai AT Ths CyetNe SAT THVOL VR Gp Pie ROUGH ADD ANO THI rile GOVERNGEE Te PERTENSE Ant MAIN & LOCAL LAY ad aD nN LETTER isk: ste Al res 5 yo ee =O Th HORGE. CY ! a arleaTe : : ‘ PROGRAM METH hi Can Tine iD ‘ rey te ais w ADU TSG. a Se THE 10% ESTP a oO “Stee = Tig v¥e -NELGHEOR: SILL BE BROPT CS GUIDELY ADUEN ESTE! iAPHAZ ug ASD HAS AT THE Loc THAT a irs LAR HATING Le ee AETED Se ET OBE ICLALS VERE 3 PROGRAM BOUMLARIES THST ae Come Ons VO Ge PRIORITY CONSIDERATION WILL BE GEVEN TO THOSE CITIES. THAT SUSCESS HE PARTIC ® PRIVATE AND WOLUMTARY *- ORGAR ; F 1 fr yl . he ASTER fe 1 4 a pe q : (We iG i AAD POVERTY { ; es ; Bes ate anaes ot dere wks | iS REGQUIR Tot Ss he Oa) Whee sae I PRESL } Ga AE OOD Ss Vou is ; oa ee es PR uy SOLVES Eaens iN Glos, feed. alee weDEL. CET ies GOAL, : US TASTE AH Pie Selle . a SI Ee@iLes s ; P . ‘ - ts z : « } = =
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 38

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  • Text: | ie Ae ee Sees cot : | i | TTt ts Ss o ae. | -| Fe* | 5) te Me yay ,. Sw ee fe tll eee Ho Oo & oA es ee espe} fang ees) Bees i eae ee s(e hee Gon wm VOC SMe bird its ‘a % Ce benet tages Sade! Of eee Yo ( Le? fi wed) ond 4 { S i ; : = it | = a f aoe, i278 iy | fo. | * mt T ! | * 7 ripe aot. fe 7 giibge ~ ses apae ear —e Pras | ae g (3 “Oo ; as St tw Te “Ze, 4 8 i | t ae ' | j : i at 4 ~: - Sena = mie te i a 3 = tt , | Ha ' | a> 2B Nita iiaad octet + ohne pe mn ne ee : sued ! E Soe hows fede. dee nena aha teas a | “S18 Sy ete cate Kate aes 4, a) 5 4 1 = 4 1 ‘ - " * ; ee | ol i . "yt i ' aoe [ oe ee iM sap ra a aa oe eee t = veka - : mae SE. sagiees sana eecetone retells Ae seen ed
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 26

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  • Text: MODEL NEIGHBORHOOD EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING Tuesday, February ll, 1969 10:00 a.m. The following Agenda is recommended: ihe Ait - eels IV. Vilw Vans VIII. Opening Adoption of December 10 Minutes Report of the Mass Convention Steering Committee Old Business .. Report on ruling of the City Attorney concerning seating _of neighborhood representatives Director's Report 1. Status of the Program aie Bey Cc. Approval by HUD Hiring of new personnel Endorsement of the program by various agencies and city departments 2. Board Action Required: ak b. Gk (ele Report Status, Board Arthur Andersen contract for Work Program - $4,000 Urban Observatory for Standard Study - $8,000 Revised Administrative Budget Authority to lease or purchase land from the Housing Authority for Multi-Purpose Center from City Attorney authority, and responsibilities vested in the Executive New Business Adjournment kkRKKKEK
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 32

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  • Text: = Model Neighborhood, Inc. 700 McDaniel Street, SW Atlanta, Georgia 30310 March 4, 1969 Dear Board Member: Model Cities Board will meet Tuesday, March 11, 1969. The meeting will be held in Committee room #2, City Hall. Please plan to accompany the Chairman of Model Neighborhood, Ince Details are as follows: Steering Committee Model Cities Non-Profit Organized Corporations Employment Practices of Model Cities Cc. D. A-y assist in ‘reducing cost of Shopping Center site Mass Convention Mis-approtiation of Community funds N. A. C., \Nevgndornood Advisory Council) = approve. requisitions for the Communities Looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday, March 11, at 10:00 A. M. Sincerely, Zi Mewes THerelin Edward }& Gay, ey EM /mf
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 31

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  • Text: io a ee ee 2 CITY OF ATLANTA FINANCIAL REPORT OFFICE OF MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 673 Capitol ees S.W. Atlanta, Ga. 3031 404-524-8876 Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor J. C. Johnson, Director NEIGHBORHOOD RESIDENT FUNDS Each neighborhood was credited with $800.00 to be used for The following represents the status resident involvement. of the accounts: COMMUNITY Adair Park Grant Park Mechanicsville Peoplestown Pittsburgh Summerhill PREPARED BY: WITHDRAWALS $118.14 18.00 456.97 310.86 516.04 343.53 BALANCE $681.86 782.00 343.03 489.14 283.96 456.47 ses. Chae on Xefndna Clayton, Community Affairs Pe Neg March 10, 1969
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 33

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  • Text: THINGS THAT MODEL CITIES CAN ASSIST MODEL NEIGHBORHOODS INC. IN: (1) Getting Cost of Land Reduced in Building Shopping Center (2) Assisting Model Neighborhood in getting the industry that have been contacted (3) Assisting Model Neighborhood ini applying for other program grantse C4) Assisting in getting community resident employed in payable positions Model Neighborhood nor the other residents& know of the jobs that there are being filled now and has been filled for the past weeks (5) Start hiring from what you know, and stop hiring who you knows (6) Model Neighborhood is a chartered Multi-Purpose organization there is no need of Model Cities organizing another.
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 7

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  • Text: “ 5 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT MODEL CITIES ADMINISTRATION LABOR STANDARDS PROVISIONS i. OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDENTS In all work made possible or resulting from this Contract, af firmative action will be taken to ensure that residents of the model neighborhood are2 are given maximun opportunity for training and employment and thet business concerns located in or owned in substantial part by residents of the model neighborhood are to the greatest extent feasible, awarded contracts. 2. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY A. During the performance of this Contract, the Contractor agrees as follows: (1) The Contractor will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The Contract bao take affirmative action to ensure.thet applicants - are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, Scloz, peligicn, “sex, or national origin. Such action shall include, tut not be limited to the following: ==ployment , urgrading, demotion, or transfer: recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; raves of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The Contractor agrees to post in con- spicuous places, available to Sais Loy ees and applicants ror employment, notices to be vrovided setting forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause. : (2) The Contractor will, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or on behalf of the Contractor, state that 211 qualifi applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to rac color, religion, sex or national origin. ad 2d = 3 (3) The Contractor will send to each labor union or representative of workers with which he has a collective bargaining egreement or cther contract or understanding, a notice to be vrovided advising the said labcr union or workers' representatives of the Contractor's commitments under this section, and shall post copies of the notice in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment. (4) The Contractor will comply with all provisions of Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and of the rules, regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor. (5) The Contractor will furnish all information and reports required by Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and by rules, regula orders of the Secretary of Labor, or pursuant thereto, and will per HUD-7051 (2-69) te - Supplementary General. | Conditions, the term "Contra Ager “ to his books, records, and accounts by HUD and the Secretary of Labor for 2 3 ¥ purposes of investigation to ascertain compliance with such rules, regula- tions, and orders. h the nen x ct ft faa ete pe oO (6) In the event of the Contractor's noncompliance crimination clauses of this Contract or with any of the tions, or orders, this Contract may be canceled, termin in whole or in part and the Contractor may be declared in further Government contracts or federally assisted construction in accordance with procedures authorized in Executi ve Order. 1124 24, 1965, and such other sanctions may be imposed and remedies invox provided in Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, or by rule, tion or order of the Secretary of Labor, or as otherwise vrovided by wb fa fa. (hp 2 2 iD QQ b= 4 wv Ky i) ct ™ iw mM 3 io } Al cc (iD 3 yw 1 ih Hy [In w me FR cE Ot 8 ONO wb om ww Oo Vat cols iD f' 'g op CO yo ih 0 Oo } well m ! ts tH. ck ta ab fi o (D Ky (D Uy wo teh oct m = (7) The Contractor will include the portion of the senten preceding paragraph (1) and the provisions of g and paragraph B below in every subcontract or by rules, regulations, or orders of the Secretary o section 204 of Executive Order 11246 of September 2 provisions will be binding upon each subcontractor or will take such action with respect to any subcont may direct as a means of enforcing such provision noncompliance: Provided, however, That in the ev volved in, or is threatened with, Litigation with as a result of such direction by HUD, the Contractor msy States to enter into such litigation to protect the inter States. ry ind te = 0 2B iw hats t ba po A OQ O.xOc Oo fs myo ' ie ct ono Wily pa oO 8 oe moc Jt t2 M4 cha ge iy bp tf bh yD yD 5 8 “4b om a TT G Hj Ja oo fh 0 Ci iS Pal i ra) ooo a og go Le] och ck wm fu oO K ro octo / iow ct och np na ' wm ts os wm (bp ock ch pe ta 8 Gc mb wm IS (ob I 02 Fy ct O 2 ii m uw a B. Non-Segregated Facilities. The Contracto maintain or provide for his employees any sesr establishments, and that he does not vermit hi wm © oO 'g in iS Fh 1D “u | ry 3 db 4 t to pe Ww oe F ck het at ct bt om u vb i] 3 D rh 0 I cr wD services at any location, under his control, whe maintained. The Contractor covenants that ne wi his employees: any segregated facilities at any of he will not permit his employees to perform their under his control, where segregated facilities er paragraph the term "segregated facilities” me restrooms and washrooms, restaurants and othe rooms and other storage or dressing areas, rark recreation or entertainment areas, ee eae c 1 » ( 0 w jy 13m oF crt a I a oo go ft 3 t I ( + ' t y “PO et ae y fle ct ' 1 I (D i oct go fm | ial he ca 4 Ho Oo cb oct Fl to m ty Qe ct be choo ow wm w ~o w rm 4 da ye Oo fas ! r fo pete Py pe be by pete (i oct (iD FR onium alas 5 me py Ko aw ' iv Qo bp oO 130 yo ou Qa 0g O Fh KK gop by ton} fu a: ae yo a tt vit w oO ff "y Wow ta ly ota t he 1 Q eo th pe pe tn 4 IS i (D ct segregated on the basis of race, eoeed. color, or dation habit, local custom, or otherwise. 3. SPECIAL-USE OF TERM Notwithstanding Section 100 of the Grant Azr £ 3 aed 4 ment and Bec vion 169 1 vy ' may inolud= 42n - tae oe ee ee m Agency' as defined in the Grant Agreement and an cey'as defined in un Supplementary General Conditions. HUD-7051 (2-69) a h. DAVIS-BACON ACT (1) Minimum wages. (i) All mechanics and laborers employed or woris. upon the site of the work will be paid unconditionally and not less often - once a week, and without subsequent deduction or rebate on any 2ccount ise such aon. deductions as are permitted by regulations issued by the Se of Labor under the Copeland Act (29 CFR Part 3)), the full amcunts due «4 of payment computed at wage rates not less than those contained in the w determination decision of the Secretary of Labor which is attached herets made a part hereof, regardless of any contractual relationsniv which may t. alleged to exist between the Contractor and such laborers and mechanics: 2: the wage determination decision shall be vested by the Contraztor at the s:- of the work in a prominent place where it can be easily seen by the worner:. For the purpose of this clause, contribucicns made or costs reasonably 4in7 pated under section l(b)(2) of the Devis-Zs220n Act on behalf of labore mechanics are considered wages paid to,.such laborers or mechanic the provisions of 29 CFR 5.5(a)(i)(iv). 4Aiso'for the purposes o regular contributions made or costs incurred for more than 4 wee plans, funds, or programs, but covering Zen varticular weexly ve to be constructively made or incurred during such weekly period. no i a a fg ef ° Se pos | = (ii) “The Contracting Officsr shell mechanics which is not listed in the employed under the Contract, shall to the wage determination, and 2 re the Federal agency to the Secretary o parties cannot agree on the prover ciass 4 wv 3 that any class of laborers ination and aoe h is to te | ta BQ - He OD ct ee Bch om a I dQ ic or reclassified conforms: action taken shall be sent - in the event tn ation or reclassi o be used, the qu er shall be ret o wm ct @ SE wm + (b ig Oo a by pO w ~D H Pa au oO particular class of laborers and mechanics by the recommendation of the Contracting Offic Secretary for final determination., co 8 ao om ft (bp m4 2 8 (iii) The Contracting Officer shell rea prescribed in the Contract for a class of lai benefit which is not expressed as an hourly wage rate and the contractor obligated to pay a cash equivalent of such 2 fringe benefit, an hourly cs... equivalent thereof to be established. In the event the interested partie: agree upon a cash equivalent of the fringe benefit, the question, accomrsr. the recommendation of the Contracting Crficer, shall be referred to the of Labor for determination. (iv) If the Contractor does not make payments to a trustee or other ~ person, he may consider as part of the weges of any laborer cr mechanic 7: amount of any costs reasonably anticicsted in croviding benerits under + or program of a typos expressiy listed in the wage determination decisicn the Secretary of Labor which is a part of this Contract: Previded, nowr': the Secretary of Labor has found, woon tha written request oF the Contra. that the applicable standards of the Devis-Bacon Act have been met. The Secretary of Labor may require the Contractor to set aside in @ separet= account assets for the meeting of obligations under the plan or program. HUD-7051 (2-69) (2) Withholding. HUD may withhold or cause to be withheld from the Contractor so much of the accrued payments or advances as may be considered necessary to pay laborers and mechanics employed by the Contractor or any subcontractor on the work the full amount of wages required by the Contract. In the event of failure to pay any laborer or mechanic employed or working on the site of the work, HUD may, after written notice to the Contractor, take such action as may be necessary to cause the suspension of any further payment, advance, or guarantee of funds until such violations RENE ceased. (3) Payrolls and basic records. (i) Payrolls and basic records relating thereto will be maintained during the course of the work and vreserved for a period of three years thereafter for all laborers and mechanics working at the site of the work. Such records will contain the name and address of each such employee, his correct classification, rates of pay (including rates of contribu- tions or costs anticipated of the types described in section 1{b)(2) of the Davis-Bacon Act), daily and weekly number of hours worked, deducticns made and actual wages paid. Whenever the Secretary of Labor has Pound under 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(iv) that the wages of any laborer or mechanic include the amount of any costs reasonably anticipated in vroviding benefits under a vlan or program described in section 1(b)(2)(3) of the Davis-Bacon Act, the Contractor shall maintain records which show that the commitment to provide such benefits is _enforceable, that the plan or program is financially responsible, and that the plan or program has been communicated in writing to the laborers or mechanics affected, and records which show the costs anticipated or the actual cost incurred in providing such benefits. (ii) The Contractor will submit weekly a copy of all payrolls to the City if the City is a party to the Contract, but if the City is not such a party the Contractor will submit the vayrolls to the Azency for transmission to the City, for transmission to HUD. The covy shall be accompanied by a statement signed by the employer or his agent indicating that the payrolls ere correct and com- plete, that the wage rates contained thersin are not less than those determined by the Secretary of Labor and that the classifications set forth Tor each laborer or mechanic conform with the work he performed. A submission of 2 “Weekl Statement of Compliance’ which is required under this Contract and the Copeland regulations of the Secretary of Labor (29 CFR, Part 3) and the filing with the initial payroll or any subsequent payroll of a copy of any findings by the Secretary of Labor under 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1)(iv) shall satisfy this requirement. The prime Contractor shall be responsible for the submission of copies of ray- rolls for all subcontractors. The Contractor will make the records reauired under the labor standards clauses of the Contract available for inspection by authorized representatives of HUD, the City for the Agency/ and the Derartment of Labor, and will permit such ROPES yeu ar ae to interview employees during worx- ' ing nous on the job. (4) Apprentices. Apvorentices will be permitted to work’as such only when they are registered, individually, under a bona fide apprenticeship oregram registered with a State apprenticeship agency which is recognized by the Bureau ~ ~ HUD-7051 (2-69) of Anprenticeship and Training, United States Department cf Labor; or, if no such recognized agency exists in a State, under a program registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, United States Department of Labor. The allowable ratio of apprentices to journeymen in any craft classifica shall not be greater than the ratio permitted to the Contractor as to hi entire work force under the registered program. Any employee listed on payroll at an apprentice wage rate, who is not registered as above, shall be paid the wage rate determined by the Secretary of Labor for the classifica- tion of work he actually performed. The Contractor or subcontractor will be required to furnish to the Contracting Officer written evidence of the registration of his program and apprentices as well as of the appropriate ratios and wage rates, for the area of construction prior to using any apprentices on the contract work. 12 ee 5 a (5) Compliance with Coveland Regulations (29 CF? Part 3). The Contractor shall comply with the Copeland Regulations (29 Crk Part 2) of the Secretary of Labor which are herein incorporated by reference. (6) Subcontracts. The Contractor will insert any subcontracts the clauses contained in 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1) through (5) and (7) and such other clauses as HUD may by averovriate instructions require, and also a clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier sub- contracts which they may enter into, together witn a clause requiring this insertion in any further subcontracts that may in turn be rade (7) Contract termination; debarment. A breach of clauses (1) th (6) may be grounds for termination of the contract, and for debarment vided in 29 CFR 5.6. De CONTRACT WORK HOURS STANDARDS ACT (1) Overtime reauirements. No Contractor or subcontractor contracting for any part of the contract work which may require or involve the employment of laborers or. mechanics shall require or permit any laborer or mechanic in any workweek in which he is emoloyed on such work to work in excess of aisnt hours in any calendar day or in excess of forty hours in such worxveen unless such laborer or mechanic receives compensation at a rate not less than one and one-half times his basic rate of pay for all hours worxed in excess of eight hours in any calendar day or in excess of forty nouns in such worxweek, as the case may be. (2) Violation: liability for unvaid wages: eeu 4 event of any violation of the Do vhe con- tractor and any subcontractor responsible therefor sha c o 2ny affected employee for his unpaid wages. In addition, such Contractor and sub- contractor shall be liable to the United States (in the case.of work done under contract for any District of Columbia or a territory, to such District HUD-~7051 (2-69) ll alak or to such territory), for liquidated damages. Such liquidated damsazes sha be computed with respect to each individual laborer or mechanic exployed in violation of the clause set forth in subparagraph (1) in the sum of $10 for each calendar day on which such employee was required or permitted to work in excess of eight hours or in excess of the standard workweek of forty hours without payment of the overtime wages required by the clause set forth in sub- paragraph (1). ar * ow (3) Withholding for unvaid wages and licuidated dams es. oe may with- hold or cause to be withheld, from any moneys payadle on account of work ver- formed by the Contractor or subcontractor, such sums as may adintstrey nig be determined to be necessary to satisfy any liabilities of such Contractor or subcontractor for unpaid wages and liquidated damages as provided in the claus= set forth in subparagraph (2). ee 5 (4) Subcontracts. The Contractor shall insert in any subcon clauses set forth in subparagraphs (1), (2), and (3) of this pares : 4 @ clause requiring the subcontractors to include these clauses in any lower tier subcontracts which they may enter into, together with a cliau quiri this insertion in any further subcontracts that may in turn be me Q te} pu a HUD-7051 (2-69) 236133-1
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 3

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  • Text: * SEC. 201. Use of the Grant. -- Grant funds shall be used only for those costs which the Government determines to be applicable to this Agreement. Grant funds shall not be used (1) for the general administration of the local government or (2) to replace non-Federal contributions in any federally aided undertaking included in the Program if prior to the filing of an application for assistance under Section 104 of the Act an agreement has been entered into with any Federal agency obligating such non-Federal contribution with respect to such undertaking. SEC. 202. Restrictions on Disbursements. -- (A) No grant funds shall be disbursed in payment of: a Costs incurred with respect to any action after HUD has requested that the City furnish data concerning such action prior to proceeding further therewith, unless and until the City is thereafter advised by HUD that the Government has no objection to the City so proceeding; 2. Costs incurred for a project, activity or for Program Administration prior to the approval by HUD of the respective budget, unless specifically approved by HUD. (B) No grant funds shall be disbursed to an Operating Agency or Contractor except pursuant to a written contract which incorvorates the epplica- ble Supplementary General Conditions and unless the Operating Agency or Contractor is in compliance with HUD requirements relating to accounting and fiscal matters, to the extent they are applicable. SEC. 203. Safeguarding of Funds. -- The City shall deposit all Grant funds in a depository acceptable to HUD and otherwise safeguard sucn funds pursuant to such instructions as HUD may from time to time issue. If any interest shall be earned on the funds, the interest shall accrue to the bene- fit of the Government. ARTICLE III — Records, Reports and Inspections SEC. 300. Records. -- (A) Establishment and Maintenance of Records. -- The City shall establish and maintain records in accordance witn requirements prescribed by EUD, with a0 respect to all matters covered by this Agreement. Except as otherwise euthor- ized by HUD, the City shall retain such records for a period of three years after completion of the Program. (B) Documentation of Costs. -- All costs, including any.services contri- buted by the City or others, shall be supported by properly executed vayrolls, time records, invoices, contracts, or vouchers, or other official documentaticn ~ ~ De HUD-7047.2 (11-68) evidencing in proper detail the nature and propriety of the charges. All checks, payrolls, invoices, contracts, vouchers, orders, or other accounting documents pertaining in whole or in part to this Agreement shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. SEC. 301. Reports and Information. -- The City, at such times and in such forms as HUD may require, shall furnish HUD such statements, records, reports, data and information, as HUD may request pertaining to matters covered by this Agreement. SEC. 302. Audits and Inspections. -- The City will, at any time during normal business hours and as often as HUD and/or the Comptroller General of the United States may deem necessary, make available to HUD and/or representa- tives of the Comptroller General for examination all of its records with respect to all matters covered by this Agreement and will permit HUD and/or representatives of the Comptroller General to audit, examine and make excerpts or transcripts from such records, and to make audits of all contracts, invoices, materials, payrolls, records of personnel, conditions of employment and other data relating to all matters covered by this Agreement. ARTICLE IV — Suspension or Termination SEC. 400. Suspension or Termination. -- HUD may suspend or. terminate payment of the Grant in whole or in part for cause. Cause shall include the following:. (1) ineffective or_*mroner_use of Grant funds; (2) failure to comply with either these terms and conditions or the Program: (3) submittal to HUD of reports which are incorrect or incomplete in any meterial respect; or (4) if for any reason the carrying out of this Agreement is rendered improbable or infeasible. HUD may also withhold payment of any unearned por- tion of the Grant if the City is unable or unwilling to accent any additional conditions that may be provided by law, by executive order, by regulations, or by other policy announced by HUD at.any time. If EUD withholds payment, it shall advise the City and specify the actions that must be taken, in case of suspension, as a condition precedent to the resumption of payments. The City will remit any unexpended balance of the payments on account of the Grant as well as such other portions of such payments previously received as deter- mined by HUD to be due the Government. The ection of the Government in accepting any such amount shall not constitute a waiver of any claim which the Government may otherwise have arising out of this Agreement. ARTICLE V — Controls and Restrictions SEC. 500. Conflict of Interest: Certain Federal Officials. -- No member of or Delegate to the Congress of the United States, and no xesident Commissioner shall be admitted to any share or part of this Agreement or to any benefit to ‘arise from the same. SEC. 501. Conflict of Interest; Public Officials and Others. -- (A) General. -- (1) No member of the City's governing body or of the governing body of the locality and (2) no official or employee of the City or = HUD-7047.2 (11-68) of the locality or any person who exercises any functions or responsi- bilities in connection with this Agreement (a) may be admitted, directly or indirectly, to any share or part of this Agreement or to any benefit to arise from the same, or (b) shall own or acquire any personal interest in any property, contract, or proposed contract which would conflict with the performance of his duties or responsibilities under this Agreement, except to the extent provided for in this Section. If any such member, official, employee or other person (hereafter referred to collectively as "person") presently, or in the future, acquires, owns, or controls any such share, benefit, or personal interest, he shall immediately disclose such share, benefit, or personal interest to the City. Upon such disclosure, such person shall not continue his participation unless the City and Government shall determine that, in the light of such share, benefit, or personal interest, the participation of such person in any such action would not be contrary to the public interest. The City will promptly advise HUD of the facts and circumstances concerning any disclosure made to it pursuant hereto or any information obtained by it relating to conflicts of interest. (B) Citizen Participation. -- It is the understanding of the parties that the ebove provision will be imviemented in such a manner so as not to unreasonably impede attainment of widespread citizen participation in the carrying out of this Agreement. SEC. 502.- Opportunities for Residents. -- In all work made possible by _ or resulting from this_Agreeme4+, the City and each employer will take affirma- tive action to ensure that residents of the model neighborhood area are given maximum opportunities for training and employment and that business concerns located in, or owned in substantial part by, residents of the model neighbor- hood are to the greatest extent feasible awarded contracts. SEC. . 5033. Discrimination Prohibited. -- (A) In all hiring or employment made possible by or resulting from this Agreement, the City and each employer (1) will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, and (2) will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that emoloyees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. This requirement shall apply to but not be limited to, the following: employment, uograding, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advisertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The City agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the Government setting forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause. The City will, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or . On behalf of the City, state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. HUD-7047.2 (11-68) (B) The City hereby agrees that it will incorporate or cause to be incorporated into any contract for construction work, or modification thereof, as defined in the regulations of the Secretary of Labor at 41 CFR Chanter 60, which is paid for in whole or in part with Grant funds, the equal opportunity clause which is a part of the labor standards provisions attached hereto. The City further agrees that it will be bound by the above equal opportunity clause with respect to its own employment practices when it parti- cipates in federally assisted construction work: Provided, That if the City so participating is a State or local government, the above equal opportunity clause is not applicable to any agency, instrumentality or subdivision of such government which does not participate in work on or under the contract. The City agrees that it will assist and cooperate actively with HUD and the Secretary of Labor in obtaining the compliance of contractors and subcon- tractors with the equal opportunity clause and the rules, regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor, that it will furnish HUD énd the Secretary of Labor such information as they may require for the supervision of such compliance, and that it will otherwise assist HUD in the discharge of its primary responsibility for securing compliance. The City further agrees that it will refrain from entering into any contract or contract modification subject to Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, with a contractor debarred from, or who has not demonstrated _ eligibility for, Government cortracts and federally assisted construction con- tracts pursuant to the Executive Order. In addition, the City agrees that if it fails or refuses to comply with these undertakings, HvD may teke any or all 2 of the following actions: susvend or terminate vayment of pres Grant “2 wnole or in part; refrain from extending any further assistance to the City under the program with respect to which the failure or refusal occurred until setis- factory assurance of future compliance has been received from sucn City; and refer the case to the Department of Justice for appropriate legal proceedings. (c) No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, religion, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity made possible by or resulting from this Agreement. The City and each exoloyer will comply with all reauirements imposed by or pursuant to the regulations of ‘HUD effectuating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. SEC. 505. Copyrights. -- If this Agreement results in a book or other copyrightable material, the author is free to copyright the work, but HUD reserves a royalty- eres, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, or otherwise use, and to authorize others to use, ail copyrighted material and all material which can be copyrighted. SEC. 506. Patents. -- Any discovery or invention arising out of or pee ap developed in the course of work aided by this Agreement shall be promptly and fully reported to HUD for determination by HUD as to whether -patent protection HUD-7047.2 (11-68) on such invention or discovery shall be sought and how the rights in the invention or discovery, including rights under any patent issued thereon, shall be disposed of and administered, in order to protect the public interest. SEC. 507. Government Not Obligated to Third Parties. -- The Government will not be obligated or liable hereunder to any party other than the City. SEC. 508. Provisions Concerning Certain Waivers. -- Subject to applicable Federal law, any right or remedy which the Government may have under this Agreement may be waived by the Government, if, in the judgment of HUD, this Agreement, as so modified, will still conform to the terms and requirements of pertinent laws. SEC. 509. When Rights and Remedies Not Waived. -- In no event shall any payment by the Government hereunder constitute or be construed to be a waiver by the Government of any breach of covenant or any default which may then exist on the part of the City, and the making of any such payment while any such breach or defeult shall exist shall in no way impair or prejudice any right or remedy available to the Government with respect to such breach or default. SEC. 510. Severability of Provisions. -- If any provision of this Agree- ment is held invalid, the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby if such remainder would then continue to conform to the terms and requirements of applicable law. SEC. 511. Approvals and Notices. -- (A) HUD approvel shall be required for any substantial change in the Program, or for any substantial change in the work program of any item included in the Grant Budget, or for the addition or deletion of a project or activity from the Grant Budget. (B) Whenever under the Agreement HUD epprovals, authorizations, waivers, instructions or determinations are required, they shall be effective only when given either (1) in writing and signed by HUD or (2) by general issuances or regulations issued from time to time by HUD. SEC. 512. Maintenance of Effort. -- Payment by the Government shall be conditioned upon the maintenance during the period of this Agreement by the locality a level of aggregate expenditures for projects or activities similar to those being assisted under this Agreement, which is not less than the level of aggregate expenditures for such projects or activities prior to the execu- tion of this Agreement. The City will promotly notify HUD of any matters Which have a material tendency to affect compliance with this requirement. SEC. 513. Political Activity Prohibited. -- None of the funds, materials, property or services provided directly or indirectly under this. Agreement shall HUD-7047.2 (11-68) be used in the performance of this Agreement for any partisan political activity, or to further the election or defeat of any candidate for public office. SEC. 514. Fair Housing. -- In all housing projects and activities and in all relocation activities made possible by or resulting from this Agreement, the City agrees to take affirmative action to further the fair housing policies of the Government. SEC. 515. Lobbying Prohibited. -- None of the Grant funds shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes designed to support or defeat legislation pending before the Congress. SEC. 516. Labor Standards. -- There shall be included in all construc- tion contracts, made possible by or resulting from this Agreement, with private entities the applicable labor standards provisions, if the work being carried on is not otherwise subject to provision of Federal law imposing labor standards on federally assisted construction and in the case of resi- dential projects if the project is designed for the residential use of eight or more families. : Rs HUD-7047.2 (11-68) HUD-Wosh., D.C. 233739-P
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Box 8, Folder 20, Document 14

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  • Text: WRIGHT JACKSON BROWN WILLIAMS STEPHENS & BOND, Inc. a professional public relations counseling and service firm affording corporate, institutional and governmental clients the \ unique advantages of a multidiscipline approach to modern inter- pretive and communication needs. The firm's principals and founders are young, black, informed, and intense. Their combined talents, eratnine and more than thirty years total experience create of them a synectic group; individuals, each outstanding in his respective expertise, applying maximum in- sight and creativity to the solution of problems and the pursuit of opportunities presented the firm's clients. Today's organization, whether engaged in private enterprise, education, or political administration, both affects and is affected by many publics. Delineating these publics, interpreting them accurately and formulating relevant, effective responses to their diverse in- terests is the province of the professional. And it's here that WRIGHT JACKSON BROWN WILLIAMS STEPHENS & BOND excels in three vital elements ‘' essential to any successful public relations program. First, a profound understanding. Through research, ideation and the ability to respond empathically to the client's need and the public's demand equally, the firm brings an extraordinary degree of perceptivity to bear on each assignment. Second, knowledgeable planning. At this point the disparate backgrounds of the principals coalesce into the firm's forte. Out of legal, entrepreneurial, political, social, public and corporate experience come reliable counsel and substantial design for action. Imaginative plans that are at the same time practical, bold and congruent with the client's intent can best be formulated by working in concert with his own staff. Third, precise execution. Knowing what to do isn't enough. Modern public relations requires a thorough knowledge of who can do it, and how. In this regard, WRIGHT” JACKSON BROWN WILLIAMS STEPHENS & BOND offers each client a complete service. The firm maintains close relationships with other organizations which furnish such important supportive services as advertising, creative writing and graphic design, business and educational research, and relations with governmental agencies. Achieving well-defined goals is the result of an agressive, compre-, hensive program. Toward this end, the firm invites inquires concern-~ ing: . Corporate public relations counsel and service - Educational and non-profit institutional public relations . Governmental relations - Public relations for political organizations and campaigns - Personal, corporate or institutional publicity programs . Internal and employee communications . Sensitivity training and counseling on race relations . Communication techniques for the black community Counseling for the small business x Coordination of meetings, conventions, and related activities (tours, socials, etc.) - News conferences and media tours . Preparation of booklets, brochures, press kits and related materials WAYMON SCOTT WRIGHT Trained in psychology, public relations and journalism at Morehouse College, University of Iowa and Syracuse University Director of Public Relations, Voorhees College Assistant Director of Public Relations, Atlanta Falcons Staff Representative, Public Relations Department, The Coca-Cola Company Member, Public Relations Society of America Member, National Association of Market Developers Member, Atlanta Press Club Member, Board of Directors, Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce President, Board of Directors, Ralph C. Robinson Boys Club Member, Board of Directors, Metro Atlanta Boys Club Outstanding Young Men of America, 1968 Outstanding Personalities of the South, 1969 SAMUEL WARREN JACKSON Trained in economics, business administration, banking and public relations at Talledega College, LaSalle University and American Institute of Banking Dean of Men, Morris College i, 8 Member, Morris College Public Relations Committee Administrative Assistant, Special Services, C&S National Bank Accounting Staff, General Electric Credit Corporation Member, Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce Member, Young Men on the Go \ BENJAMIN DANIEL BROWN Trained in social sciences and law at Clark College Howard University School of Law Community Services Director, Atlanta Urban League Cobrdinato®; Community Relations, National Alliance of Businessmen Instructor, Business Law, Clark College Henben
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  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021