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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 21

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  • Text: On Friday, August 29, 1969, a meeting was held concerning the possibility of an urban corp program being formed in Savannah. There were sixteen people present at the meeting. Their names, agencies, and titles are listed below. Don Anderson Armstrong State College Associate Dean of Services Henry Ashmore Armstrong State College President Danny Brown City of Savannah, S.R.E.B. Intern Wilbur Cambell Savannah State College Acting Registrar, Financial Aid Tom Corish The Research Group, Inc. Representative Picot B. Floyd City of Savannah City Manager ’ Jim Glass City of Savannah Senior Personnel Technician Mike Hart S. R. E. B. - Project Coordinator W. L. Johnson Savannah State Colleg Comptroller Howard Jordan Savannah State College President Joe Kelly City of Savannah, S.R.E.B. Intern E. G. Martin Model Cities Program Physical Planning Coordinator Virginia Nall Armstrong State College Financial Aid Dan Sweat City of Atlanta Chief Administrative Officer Frank Walls City of Savannah Personnel Director Sam Williams Atlanta Urban Corps Director of Urban Corps Mr. Frank Walls, Personnel Director for the City of Savannah, opened the meeting by welcoming all present, and stating the purpose of the meeting. The City Manager, Mr. Picot Floyd, confirmed Mr. Walls'opening statements. Mr. Tom Corish, Representative from The Research Group, Inc., was introduced and conducted the remainder of the meeting. Mr. Dan Sweat, Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Atlanta, dis-... cussed ~ the problems of The Urban Corp that have been encountered by the City of Atlanta. Mr. Sam Williams, Director of The Atlanta Urban Corp, explained the structure of The Atlanta Urban Corp and some of.the problems that have been encountered by the Urban Corp. Mr. Williams distributed some brochures des- cribing the Urban Corp and answered questions that were posed by others present at the meeting. Mr. Mike Hart, Project Coordinator for the Southern Regional Education Board, led the meeting into a discussion concerning the possibility of a Savannah Urban Corp program. Mr. Hart stated that the Southern Regional Education Board would continue financial support of two interns presently employed by his organi- zation working in Savannah. These two interns would work on a task force com- mittee that would study all aspects of an urban program for Savannah. Mr. Frank Walls, upon agreement by the City Manager, stated that the City of Savannah would support two interns and would finance 20% support for two interns from the two local colleges. Dr. Henry Ashmore, President of Armstrong State College, and Dr. Howard Jordan, President of Savannah State College, stated they would allocate 80% financial support of two interns from college work study funds. Altogether, funds were allocated for the support of six interns. The six interns will form a Task Force committee, and will set up a proposed Urban Corp program for the City of Savannah. Mr. Danny Brown, intern working for the City of Savannah, was appointed Chairman of the Task Force Committee. An Advisory Board was tentatively formed with all members present serving on this board. The meeting was adjourned after a brief discussion on immediate action plans for the Task Force committee.
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 22

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  • Text: Ur hexw Se ie August 19, 1969 Mr. Wargen Troutman Chief “4 College Work-Study Program Bureau of Higher Education Washington, D. C. 20202 Dear Mr. Troutman: This summer the Atlanta Urban Corps has entered into contracts for off-campus college work-study funding with approximately 21. colleges for a projected estimate of $70,000. At present we have expended approximately $45,000. Unfortunately, we are late in billing colleges to collect this money and consquently have very little of it paid at this time. It appears that the city government is worried" about colleges repaying their share of College Work-Study Program (CWSP) funds. This factor may prohibit us from sponsoring a fall intern program unless you can reassure these officials that college financial aid officers da indeed pay their @@bte and that we will be able to collect bills soon after they have been issued. Will you please send us a letter tote, used for this purpose. Tuank you in advance for your help in this problem. Sincerely, -. Sam A. Williams Director Atlanta Urban Corps SAW: dl ce: Wen Sweat Charles Davis Milton G. Farris
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 40

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  • Text: SS aa’ RESOLUTION BY FINANCE COMMITTEE AND BUDGET COMMISSION WHEREAS, the Sears Roebuck Foundation has committed to a grant in the amount of $1, 000.00 to the 1969 Urban Corps Project of the City of Atlanta as evidenced by letter of Mr. Donald H. Gareis, Vice President, dated August 1, 1969; and WHEREAS, the funds are needed to finance supervisory and technical services required for the operation of the Street Theater to which several Urban Corps Interns are assigned for the summer. | NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN that the 1969 (General Fund) Budget be and is hereby amended as follows: Account No. Add to Anticipations G-16-7650 Grants, Private Contributions, Urban Corps $1, 000. 00 Account No. Add to Appropriations G-25-62-830U Salaries, Urban Corps $1, 000. 00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to execute an agreement with Mr. Arthur Pellman for technical and supervisory services connected with the operation of the Street Theater with compensation of such services not te be in excess of $1,000 and to be charged to appropriation account G-25-62-830U. The purpose of the resolution is to anticipate and appropriate a gift of $1, 000 to the Atlanta Urban Corps Project and to authorize the Mayor to execute an agreement with Mr. Arthur Pellmaa.
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 34

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  • Text: i SS August 1, 1969 MEMORANDUM To: Jay Fountain From: George Berry Subject: Educational Stipends for Urban Corps Previously, I forwarded to you two requests for payment for $250 each to two Urban Corps interns. It is my understanding that you have paid one and are holding the other. Attached are two miscellaneous requisitions to pay two additional stipends to the individuals named. You will note that the source of funds is the Stern Family Foundation in the Mayor's Office. In addition to paying these two stipends, it is requested that you process the one payment you are holding as well. The source of funds for this request is also TA+25+62-310. Please advise me if there are any questions on this matter. GB:je
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 33

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  • Text: Urban Corps — ATLANTA VRBAN CORPS 30 COURTLAND STREET, N.E. / PHONE [404] 524-8091 / ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 August 13, 1969 TO: George Berry FROM: Inmond Deen RE: Non-City Agency Contracts vArth, The following contracts,within our definition, non-city agencies are attached: 1. Resource Development Project Southern Regional Education Board As agent for Fulton County Health Department. 2. Resource Development Project Ss. R. E. B. 3. Acadeamy Theatre This along with the other contracts you already have constitutes entota our non city agency contract undertakings,
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 20

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  • Text: Fl Ea MEMBER Pubic Pexeanet Arsottction City of Savannah, Georgia PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 10 EAST BAY STREET SAVANNAH. GEORGIA 31401 September 3, 1969 TO: DAN SWEAT “<2. = ‘ FROM: Urban Development Agency Chairman Qe SUBJECT: Proposed Urban Corp Program Attached is a copy of the minutes from the meeting held on August 29, 1969, concerning the formation of an urban corp program for the City of Savannah. Any correspondence with the Task Force Committee formed at this meeting should be addressed to: Mr. Danny W. Brown Urban Development Agency Chairman c/o City of Savannah Personnel Department Savannah, Georgia 31401
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 18

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  • Text: G-25-62-714U _G-25-62-760U G-25-62-761U G-25-62-770U G-25-62-810U G-25-62-830U ATLANTA URBAN CORPS Appropriation September - December, 1969 Telephone Postage Printing & Reproduction Office Supplies Rentals Salaries Travel * Salaries is divided as follows: September 10, 1969 Director @ $800/month Executive Asst. @ $650/month Finance Director @ $650/month full-time CWSP interns @ $20/week for 14 weeks ($ 280.00_ rT] 4.00.00 300.00 500.00 800 .00 Ce 8 - 200.00 $ 9,520.00* $12,000.00 ie by a $ 3,200.00 | $ 2,600.00 $ 2,600.00 $ 1,120.00 $ 9,520.00
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 5

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  • Text: September 22, 1969 Mr. Jay Fountain Deputy Director of Finance City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jay: Please make the following deposits: ACCOUNT : DRAWN BY: AMOUNT : G-16-7645 Mercer University $345.60 Acknowledgement of receipt will be appreciated. Sincerely, ‘HUGH H. SAXON, Jr. Direetor of Finance HHS jr:sz Enelosure ec: Mr. George Berry <——— a ee ee ee ee ee ee ee aiecnilinet ee eee ee a eee
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 9

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  • Text: September 17, 1969 Mr. Jay Fountain Deputy Director of Finance City of Atlanta - City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jay: Please make the following deposit: ACCOUNT : DRAWN BY: AMOUNT : G-16-7645 Lake Forest College $497.92 Acknowledgement of receipt will be appreciated. Sincerely, HUGH H. SAXON, Jr. Direetor of Finance HHS : sz Enclosure ec: Mr. George Berry <-—— eee Hex
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 58

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  • Text: oo ‘TO: Mayor Ivan Allen e' \y (\F on Date: August 28, 1969 FROM; Seam Williams SUBJECI; Future Needs for the Urban Corps August 22, 1969, will be the termination date for all Urban Corps interns excent staff positions. Roughly three-fourths of our staff will be retained umtil September 5, 1969, to evaluate intern reports, complete final payrolls and bill agencies and colleses for intern compensations. To assure complete financial records, I have retained Mac Rabb of our payroll department full-time until September 26 to work solely on sunmear finance records. We are presently receiving many azency requests for interns and also inquiries from students about positions for the fall term, I recommend that we plan for a fall program beginning September 29, 1969, and ending Mecerber 19, 1969, (twelve weeks in duration) utilizing a maximum of CO full-time collece work-study financed interns. Staffing needs for this projected program would include fow full-time student-~ professional personnel: Director, Executive Assistant, Field Director, and Finance Director. In wy epinion, these positions cannot be filled by college work-study , students, At least four additional staff members should be drawn from CSP students et 20% cost to handle clerical, field, and ane work. Salary levels for these positions should be: G Director @ $900/month 2,700.00 Executive Assistant @ $650/month 1,950.00 Field Director @$650/nonth 1,950.00 Fiuanee Director @ $500/month 1,500.00 4 4-Full-time CSP interns @ our cost of $20/week each > _: 960.00 9000.00 In addition, operating expenses should approximate the following: Postage Printing & Supplies Telephone Ferniture & Equipment Rental Trayol Votel, Administrative Expense $ 11,060.00 Yor a projection of administrative costs from September, 1969 - May, 1970, an approx- imate amownt could be obtained by multiplying by a factor of three, 3 X $11,060 = $33,120 Naturally the four main staff personnel cannot be hired on a three month contract but must be appointed for a year to insure a vital program continuity, such as student recruitment and internship development, which must be done months in adyanee. Therefore, we are sneaking of a yearly obligation of four full-time staff members for approximately $32,400. Summer staffing will naturally require more personnel but should not exceed three additional non-CVSP interns. The nunber of additional CVISP staff interns for summer cperation next year will probably approach fifteen for a total program of 800 - 1,000 interns. §6 interns is a modest estimate of the needs of city departments and private agencies matched to the availobility of CWSP students in metro Atlanta for fall, 1969. The present ennual allocation for metro Atlanta colleges under the College Work-Study Program is $1.1 million. Acting on policy instructions from U. S. Commissioner of Education, James BE. Allen, Jr., Dr. Charles Hamblem of the Regional Office of Health, Education, and Welfare, has informed Southeastern colleges that they must henceforth expend a major portion of CWSP funds “off-campus”. The Atlanta Urban Corps is the only presently existing off-campus program in the Atlanta area recognized by HEV. Therefore, counting just city based colleres we must absorb $500,000 yearly as 90% of our intern budget. This summer we received only $76,000 with almost $15,000 coming in from colleges outside the metro area. Dr. Hasblem of the Regional HEW office is already predicting an increase in next year's allocation of Georgia CWSP, Also, next year colleges must specify in advance thetr off-campus allocation. The deadline for 1970 budget requests is October 24, 1969. We must be able to tell colleges how many interns we con use next year so they can include that amount as off-campus. Dr. Hamblem has also stated that colleges left with a surplus of CWS? funds in December 1969, will receive budget euts for 1970. Presently, Georgia Tech, feKalb, and Morris Brown have excess funds over and above on-campus comnitments equiva- jent to 50 full-time gradvate students for fall term 1969 that they must spend before January 1, 1970. Each of these financial aid officers indicated to me in a meeting on August 5, 1969, that they are “most anxious” to spond this money off-campus. The conclusion of a meeting of Atlanta financial ald officers in the Urban Corps office on August 5, 1969, is that they could easily sponsor 60 interns for fall 1969, and would desire keeping thet number at work through the academic year until June, 1070. In addition to CWSP interns we have received solid requests from Emory Nursing School and Clark College and tentative requests from Georgia State College to place an approximate total of 50 students on internships that would require no pay from the user agency. These students would complete ana internship for academic credit and would not need a stipend. These colleges are inquiring now if we can meet their placement needs. . In conclusion, the City Government received 114 interns for’ its own use this summer at an approximate cost of $45 per man per week, including administrative and overhead costs. Counting the total of 220 interns placed in government and agencies involved with Atlanta's urban problems, the Atlanta taxpayer placed an educated student in an internship position for approximately $23.40 per man per week. We are meeting agency and departmental representatives August 7, 1969, to diseuss fall internship requests. Again, this represents the inmediate need for fall staffing to process intern appli- eations and requests. “Page 8 ‘Considering that the eity government employs about 8,000 people and the fact that excluding the library and education system, less than 150 city employees have - college degrees*, the Urban Corps costs could be justified Botely as ea recruiting device, Poverty and needed departmental assistance does not end August 22, 1969. The average intern costs for the aforementioned staff and 45 interns assigned to eity government out of the total 80 internships, figuring the city's 20% plus $11,060 administrative costs, would be only $45.52 per man per week. Thus the fall work foree can be obtained at almost the same price of summer interns. And program continuity is maintained! However, I recommend that the Director still be paid by the Southern Regional Education Board and that the Atlanta Urban Corps, Inc., By-Laws and Board of Trustees be revised and rejuvinated in order that the city government might be released of total administrative burden and that all parties involved share commonly in the Urban Corps planning and policy making. I most highly recommend that the staff remain entirely students or recent graduates end that we continue to support top quality field staff and recruit volunteer faculty advisors. I also recommend that the Urban Corps office remain in the Old City Augitoriwum. Presently, I have located: personnel to fill the Assistant, Fleld Director, and Finanee Director position and have several promising contacts for the Director's position, I have a tentative commitment from SREB for the Director's salary and await your answer about this projected fall program budget. *This figure derived through a telephone survey of department directors and assistants and checked through the personnel office.
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 75

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  • Text: OFFICE GF CITY CLERK Ur bie Cans ALL ‘ CITY HALL ; ait) ATLANTA, CHORCIA RESOLUTION BY FINANCE COMMITTEE AND BUDGET COMMISSION WHEREAS, the Sears Roebuck Foundation has committed to a grant in the’ amount of $1, 000.00 to the 1969 Urban Corps Project of the City of Atlanta as evidenced by letter of Mr. Donald H. Gareis, Vice President, dated August 1, WHEREAS, the funds are needed to finance supervisory and technical services required for the operation of the Street Theater to which several Urban Corps Interns are assigned for the summer. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN that the 1969 (General Fund) Budget be and is hereby amended as LOLlOWs: Account No. Add to Anticipations G-16-7650 Grants, Private Contributions, Urban Corps $1, C99. 00° Account No, Add to Appropriations G-25-62-830U Salaries, Urban Corps $1,000. 00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor be and is hereby authorized to execute an agreement with Mr. Arthur Pellman for technicai and supervisory services connected with the operation of the Street Theater with compensation of such services not to be in excess of $1,000 and to be charged to appropriation account G-25-62-830U. The purpose of the resolution is to anticipate and appropriate a gift of $1, 000 to the Atlanta Urban Corps Project and to authorize the Mayor to execute an agreement with Mr. Arthur Pellman, APPROVED: Mayor sa CAE oe yf 7? ‘ é-/ Chairman of Finance Committee fl. eLlhice Member of Board of Aldermen Ce 2. Th. 8 Be ee at f ses of Member of Board of Aldermen LiL oe Director of Finance A true copys” Vi Revel vy, rp, > a CTT?! CLERK. 2 ADOPTED by Board of Aldermen August 4, 1969, APPROVED August 6, 1969. Rott eae
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 52

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  • Text: tame Tks fugust 13, 1969 As you know, the Atlanta Urban Corps is legally a division of the Offiee of the Mayor, City Of Atlanta, jointly administered by the Mayor's Office and the Southern Regional Edaueation Board and will be 1969 ~ June, 1970. ‘This of course does not exlude additional fimding 3 the Urban Life grant, which we desperately need since we had many requests for interns over what we could supply this sumer, due to & lack of funds. However, I must emphatically state that if $30,000 is allocated to the Atlanta Urban Corps, it would in no way effet the séuiniotrative Line of euthayity Ges preseatiy Gxiste fren : ; i : tt iH ai : i it i tr. Alex Lacy August 13. 1969 Page 2 be cancelled, otherwise, it would be included. 1 desire for the grant to be ineluded only if you agree with administrative stipuletions stated above, and that the Atlanta Urban Corps in no way be part of the Urban Life Center and would remain an agency of the Mayor's Office and the Southern Regional Education Board. Tf you ‘6 not agree with this statenent. ‘please cance). the grant request of $30,000 from the Department of Health, Edueation and Welfare. We thank you for thinking shout the Atlenta Urben Corps in writing Se er es eet etait cite taamane ee thar 3 areas of educational input of Urban iife students. We look forward to oo oe oF as well as other colleges in future intern HA Mr. Michael National UC Development Office
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 42

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  • Text: Uhan Corger August 8, 1969 Mr. Charles L. Davis Director of Finance City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Charles: Iam enclosing check no. 504541 of the First National Bank in the amount of $1,000 payable to the Atlanta Urban Corps. These funds were not anticipated when the budget of the Urban Corps Project was established earlier this year. The Atlanta Service Learning Conference of the Southern Regional Education Board was instrumental in organizing the recent successful In Service Learning Conference at the White House Motor Inn. It is the desire of the Urban Corps Director and his staff that these funds be used to reimbutse the Southern Regional Education Board for the some $l, 300 expenses that were incurred in setting up the conference. You will find a miscellaneous requisition enclosed for this purpose. It would be appreciated if you would present the necessary papers to the Finance Committee which would authorize the desired results. . Very truly yours, George J. Berry GIB:je Enclosures
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 73

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  • Text: Pees ee ae a a - (a el August 22, 1969 Mr. Charles Davis Comptroller City of Atlanta 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Charles: Encloged is a check for $1,000 from the Sears-Roebuck Foundation to be deposited in account mumber G-16-7650. This check covers the salary for Mr. Arthur Fellman who directed the Atlanta Urban Corps Street Theater this summer. This transaction was outlined in a resolution adopted by the Board of Aldermen August 4, 1969. acer 6 Cepeats sents Ww Set ereeer elty authorities, Mr. Pellman's grant would be $1,000 to be paid in fowr installments of $250 each. This check covers the total cost of that contract. Yours truly, yew SAM A, WILLIAMS Director Enclosure; Sears-Roebuck Feundation Check~$1,000 ee: Mr, George Berry Mr. Hugh Saxon
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 69

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  • Text: August 26, 1969 Mr. Jay Fountain | Deputy Director of Finance City Hall 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. | Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jay: Please make the following deposits: Revenue Account Number: Drawn by: A mount: G-16-7640 Economic Opportunity, $1,760.00 Atlanta, Inc. G-16-7640 Economic Opportunity, $500. 00 Atlante, Inc. G-16-7645 Southwestern at $593.28 Memphis Acknowledgement of receipt would be appreciated. Sincerely, Hugh H. Saxon, Jr. Diréetor of Finance Atlanta Urban Corps HHS: pch Enclosures: Three bank drafts ec: Mr. George Berry
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 71

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  • Text: Mr. Jay Fountain Deputy Direetor of Finance City of Atlanta 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Fountain: Please make the following deposits: ACCOUNT NUMBER DRAWN BY: G-16-7645 Indiana University G=16-7645 Vassar College G=16~7640 City of Atlanta G~16-7640 Vheatstreet Baptist Church Enclosures: “Four bank drafts ce: Mr. George Berry Y som Corgis August 25, 1969 $ 225.28 $ 115.20 $h, 250.00 $ 100.00 Sincerely, HUGH H. SAXON, Jr.
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 48

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  • Text: | ntsor Corvy'7 ATLANTA URBAN CORPS 30 COURTLAND STREET, N.E. / PHONE [404] 524-8091 / ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 August 4, 1969 To: George Berry From: Inmond Deen Re: Contract with Arthur Pellman The contract (and two copies) with Arthur Pellman we discussed is attached, It has been signed by Arthur Pellman and Sam Williams. A Miscellaneous Requisition for the first $500.00 is being processed, Oy —~ $= N Y i i 7 (s ] 4 f ' Vi Cc \ wie i db Gb
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 78

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  • Text: coups August 28, 1969 Mr. Jay Fountain Deputy Director of Finance City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jay: Please make the following deposits: Account Number: Drawn by: Amount: G- 16 + 7645 Lake Forest College $337.36 Acknowledgement of receipt would be appreciated. Sincerely, Hugh H. Saxon, Jr. ‘Director of Finance Atlanta Urban Corps HHS; dl Enclosure cc: Mr. George Berry
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 88

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  • Text: TAX Cyc f\-r- CITY OF ATLANTA PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT SANITARY DIVISION 102 CITY HALL ANNEX — 260 CENTRAL AVENUE, S.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 August 19, 1969 RAY A. NIXON R. E., HULSEY DIRECTOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SANITATION RICHARD W. RESPESS ORMAN A. POWER DEPUTY DIRECTOR ASST. SUPERINTENDENT OF SANITATION Mr. David Whelan Atlanta Urban Corps 30 Courtland St., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Dear Mr. Whelan: Upon your request, I have submitted a critique of the activities of interns of the Atlanta Urban Corps: The Sanitary Division employed 14 interns for various duties during the summer months of 1969. Their functions ranged from administrative work, to time and motion studies, cost analysis, public relations, and general survey of garbage and rubbish collection. Their purpose was to do research into almost every aspect of the Division's operations and report the relative efficiency of each and report any new concepts they deemed relevant. Each intern, within minor limitations, was allowed to work on his project quite freely, with little hindrance or interference from any supervisory personnel. Although much of the wrk is still in process, we are able to draw some conclusions and assessments at this time. On the whole, the interns have done acceptable work which is generally of above-average quality. There have been no major problems quring the course of the summer's operations and, generally, the Sanitary Division feels that this program is of considerable value to both the student and the department. As an example of our high regard for the Corps, Mr. R. E. Hulsey has authorizea me to hire, if possible, several interns to continue into the fall on a full-time basis. : As far as the operation of the Urban Corps itself is concerned, I feel that the operation was basically efficient. Although there were some minor problems with getting the program under way, these are to be expected in the first year of such a large operation. All in all, the Sanitary Division has benefited from the program and we feel that the students had a real experience so far as the "service-learning" concept is concerned. Very truly yours, — GE) tg John Haney Evans JHE/gb Sanitary Division Se ATLANTA THE DOGWOOD CITY
  • Tags: Box 9, Box 9 Folder 3, Folder topic: Urban Corps | 1969
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Box 9, Folder 3, Document 116

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  • Item Type: Text
  • Title: Box 9, Folder 3, Document 116
  • Text: RRAN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 250 BROADWAY NEW YORK, N. Y. 10007 oa MICHAEL B. GOLDSTEIN (212) 964-5552 DIRECTOR August 26, 1969 Me Lut Srveut- Hon. Ivan Allen Mayor City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: As the summer draws to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to commend your city for the extraordinary job it has done in establishing what is perhaps the nation's most creative new Urban Corps program. On the basis of evaluations we have performed among the 15 presently operating Urban Corps throughout the nation, it is fair to report that the Atlanta program has shown unusual ability to provide its young men and women with the opportunity for a constructive, first-hand involvement in all aspects of urban government. Coupled with this has been a deep and abiding concern for relating the work experience to the student's intellectual development. It is this sortof developing relationship between the city and the academic community which is so central to the Urban Corps concept, The presence of the SREB-sponsored Atlanta Service-Learning Con- ference, and your fine Urban Observatory combine with the Urban Corps to pro- vide a unique opportunity for the establishment of the sort of innovative and effec- tive programming we sincerely hope other communities will be able to emulate. There appears to be special interest in how the Atlanta program will make the transition into an academic-year operation, considering the high level of involve- ment of the local academic community, ' We, and indeed every city which shares your concern for the future of urban society, look forward to the continued growth and success of the Atlanta Urban Corps. Sincerely yours, Michael B, Goldstein ec: Sam Williams Director
  • Tags: Box 9, Box 9 Folder 3, Folder topic: Urban Corps | 1969
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021