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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 42

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  • Text: ca CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. Charles C. Mathias, Staff Representative United Steel Workers of America . Suite 334, 1776 Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Dear Mr. Mathias: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee, Terms have been proposed forl, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee, It is a pleasure therefore for me to reappoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of one year, I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext, 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr, Mayor IAJr/mc
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 44

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tél. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR:, MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS:LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. Jim L. Meyerholtz, Vice President Trust Company of Georgia ; . P, O. Box 4655 Atlanta, Georgia 30302 Dear Mr. Meyerholtz: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal -has-recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as-a result.of:the- increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee.,. The Committee has nominated some new persons: for.-membership: and has proposed staggered terms for all members,, in order to effect:gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee, Terms:have been. proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments,, determined initially. alphabetically, . In accordance with the foregoing premise,. [wish ‘to: thank the: old< members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for>a-job- well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee,. It.issa.pleasure- therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this- essential Committee - for a period of three years. I hope that you: will be able to serve., Please notify Malcolm Jones: of my’ Office,. Tel). 52224463; , Ext:.430- or 431 in the event you feel that you should. decline.. Sincerely,, Ivam. Allen,, Jr:. Mayor IAJr/mc
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 11

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA 4 if, ys CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 3030 October 20, 1969 ss Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. T. M. Alexander, Sr., President Alexander and Associates 208 Auburn Avenue, N. E., i . Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Alexander: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased acitivity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1,2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically, In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to reappoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of two years. I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/mc
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 38

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  • Text: Zz a “E We 1 (Gye CITY OF ATLANTA “44% October 20, 19 69 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E, PRICE, Executive Secretary Mrs. Doris Lockerman 3411 Pinestream Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30327 Dear Mrs, Lockerman: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee, Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job . well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to reappoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of three years, I hope that you will be able to serve. Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext, 430 or 43] in the event you feel that you should decline. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/mc
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 41

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. E, M. Martin Vice President and Secretary Atlanta Life Insurance Company 148 Auburn Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr, Martin: The Citizen Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically, In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee, It is a pleasure therefore for me to reappoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of three years, I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/mc
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 24

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Rev. Joseph L, Griggs Gordon Street Presbyterian Church 1450 Gordon Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30310 Dear Rev. Griggs: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee, Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of two years. I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/mc
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 5

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  • Text: FORM 700—s/c—som
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 46

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  • Text: cm CITY OF ATLANTA “2s October 20, 1969 F CITY HALL ATEANTA,GA. 30303 Tél. 522-4463 Area Code 404 . IVAN ALLEN, JR.; MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E.PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. Reg Murphy, Editor Atlanta Constitution 10 Forsyth Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Murphy; The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban. Renewal -has-recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as-a result:of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee,. The Committee has nominated some new persons-for:mempbership ° and has proposed staggered terms for all members,. inorder: to_effect gradual - turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee., Terms-have.been.. proposed for l, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined.initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise,. Iiwish-to-thank the:old< members for their dedication to this important citizen function and-for:a:job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee,, It:is-a:pleasure: therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on:this:essential Committee « for a period of two years. I hope that you will be able to: serve,, Please notify Malcolm Jones of’ my Office,. Tél... 522-4463; . Ext...430° or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline,. Sincerely, Ivam Allen,. Jrs. Mayor: IAJr/mc
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 62

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. William J. VanLandingham, Vice Rresident Citizens and Southern National Bank P. O. Box 4899 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. VanLandingham: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee, The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of three years, I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcol Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431] in the event you feel that you should decline, . Sincerely, as = Ivan Allen, Jr, Mayor IAJr/mc
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 55

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA “ese October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. I. M. Sheffield, II 600 West Peachtree Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30308 Dear Mr. Sheffield: The Citizens, Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of three years. I hope that you will be able to serve. Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. "> Sincerely, . ne Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/me
  • Tags: Box 4, Box 4 Folder 14, Folder topic: Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal | general | 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 63

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS, LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. Lyndon Wade Atlanta Urban League 239 Auburn Avenue, N. E, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Wade: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee, The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of one year. I hope that you will be able to serve, Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel, 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. —_—- a Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor 1AJr/rr
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 65

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 : Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chlef Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. J. C. Whitley 252 Powell Street, S. E Atlanta, Georgia 30316 Dear Mr. Whitley: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for all members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for l, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to the important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee, It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of three years, I hope that you will be able to serve. Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel, 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. . ee Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/rr
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 59

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA “fined October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA.30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mrs. Henry Toombs 2871 Normandy Drive, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30305 Dear Mrs. Toombs: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a-result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new members to the Committee. It isapleasure therefore for me to reappoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of one year. I hope that you will be able to serve. Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. Sincerely, —_- Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/mec
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 60

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  • Text: October 20, 1969 CITY HALL ATLANTA. GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Chief Administrative Officer MRS. LINDA E. PRICE, Executive Secretary Mr. Charles Turner 1567 Paxon Avenue, S. E. ’ Atlanta, Georgia 30317 Dear Mr. Turner: The Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal has recently revised its structural organization and operational policy as a result of the increased activity and sound dedication of the Committee. The Committee has nominated some new persons for membership and has proposed staggered terms for members, in order to effect gradual turnover and to bring new interests into the Committee. Terms have been proposed for 1, 2 or 3 year appointments, determined initially alphabetically. In accordance with the foregoing premise, I wish to thank the old members for their dedication to this important citizen function and for a job well done; and to welcome the new member to the Committee. It is a pleasure therefore for me to appoint you to active membership on this essential Committee for a period of two years. I hope that you will be able to serve. Please notify Malcolm Jones of my Office, Tel. 522-4463, Ext. 430 or 431 in the event you feel that you should decline. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/me
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 78

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  • Text: Schedule "A" STATEMENT OF OPERATION OF THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL _ _____FOR_THE_YEAR_ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1968 Cash on Deposit, Decenber 31, 1967 _____- First National Bank $13,462.36 il Aerated ee ee Fulton Federal Savings 86.18 $ 13,548.52 . Income Received During 1968 Private Donations a | 7,400.00 - City of Atlanta - "45,000.00 Interest on Sayings Account 186.98 - 22,586.98 . ..Cash Available for Operations - $ 36,135.50 Advance Loan | 175.00 | Expenditures for 1968 (See Schedule or) ; 21,941.15 | . 22,116.15 Combined Cash Balance, Decenber 31, 1968 ae $14,019.35 RECONCILIATION OF BANK. STATEMENT CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR URBAN RENEWAL DECEMBER 31, 1968 ’ Balance Per Bank Statement, December 31, 1968, First National Bank $ 14,290.27 Less Cutstanding Checks: 1648 Biltmore Flovers $7.73 __... 1656 Southern Bell. Tel & Tel 16.46 1658 Wa. S. Howland ~ 614.90 1659 Wm. S. Howland 30,00 1660 Mrs. Lucile Plourde 47.19 1661 Mrs. Marianne Howland 8.32 1662 Mrs. Evelyn Dodds 67.02 1663 District Director IPS 208.42 --.-1664 State of Ga. Income Tax Unit 66.23 <3 1665 W..S. Howland 5.81 1666 Gestetner Corp. 72.00 ; Total. | | 944.08 Balance per Checkbook, December 31, 1968 _ $ 13,346.19 Ba tance Fulton Federal Savings Account 1-1-51863, Dec. 31, 1968 673.16 Combined Cash Balance, December 31, 1968 | $ 14,019.35 ————
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 79

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  • Text: Shit tiara cl eee l STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES Schedule "B" CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL FOR THE Miscellaneous Expenses Office Expense “Telephone Car Allowance. Film Expense Printing Stationery ~Dues and Subscriptions Urban Renewal Tours / Committee Luncheon Expense — | ~I-B M Sel paunt Net Salary Federa! Income Tax FCIA Taxes Georgia Income Tax TOTAL EXPENDITURES YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1968 $ 186.54 : | - 601.35 195.32 360.00 118.01 112.50 ji 381.94 300.76 688.42 494.35 14/,221.78 2,633.60 1,268.26 378.32 $21,941.15 _——
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 102

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  • Text: MINUTES OF THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL BOARD OF DIRECTCRS ROOM TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1969 The Executive Committee Meeting of the CACUR was called to order promptly at 2:45 P.M. by the Chairman, Dr. Noah N. Langdale, Jr. Those attending were: Mr. Pob Biveus; Mrs. Leonard Haas; Mrs. Grace - Hamilton; Mr. George Kennedy; Mr. Charles C. Mathias; Mr. A. B. Padgett; Mr. Richard H. Rich; Mr. Edgar E. Schukraft; Mr. Clayton R. Yates. Committee member in attendance was: Mrs. Adah Toombs; for the Planning Department of the City of Atlanta: Mr. W. F. Kennedy; and for the Atianta Constitution: Mr. Alex Coffin. Invitational Notice, Agenda and other related Documents for the meeting are attached to the file copy of these minutes, Chairman Langdale opened the meeting by welcoming those present. The Chairman went to the second item on the agenda because Mr. Bob Bivens was late to the meeting. Second on the program agenda was a presentation by Mr. Frank Sheetz of Sheetz and Bradfield, Architects, on "What is Public Housing?" The presentation dealt mainly with small towns rather than large cities, about the requirements that are set up that make a town or city elligible for public housing. The presentation also gave the number of Housing Authorities that are located in the southern part of the United States, which are: Georgia 192 Florida 63 South Carolina 19 North Carolina 72 Kentucky 99 Tennessee 78 Alabama 137 Mississippi 40 The Chairman thanked Mr. Sheetz for his presentation to the Committee and asked him about an example of Public Housing he used in his presentation, Mr. Sheetz stated that that particular project was the Bankhead Project. This project has 500 units, including 4, 5 and 6 bedrooms and cost from $16,800 to $18,000 per unit. Mr. Edgar Schukraft congratulated Mr. Sheetz on his presentation and stated that was the best presentation on Public Housing he had ever seen and the best understood. The Chairman then asked Mr. Sheetz if Atlanta is behind in Public Housing? PAGE TWO Mr. Sheetz commented that this is really a policy matter, but Atlanta is behind in Public Housing because of the many slum areas that have not been cleared away. The Chairman then called on Mr. Bob Bivens to make his report to the Committee. Mr. Bivens reported that he, Doris Lockerman and Mr. W. L. Calloway had made a list of suggested candidates for membership of the Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal. He further stated that this list is not to be interpreted as final or complete, but rather as a work list to include both additions and deletions. Mr. Bivens made a recommendation that the Chairman review the entire list of Committee appointees in light of newly defined Committee purposes and functions and appoint an 8-12 member Executive Committee for assisting him in carrying out the mission of the Committee. Mr. Bivens then stated that CACUR needs a re-definition of purpose. This Sub-Committee consists of Mr. Bivens, Dean Alex Lacy and Mr. A. B. Padgett. Mr. Bivens stated that much of the success of Atlanta's urban renewal activity is directly attributable to the fine, active participation of a representative cross-section of citizens who have helped guide the program, ask questions and provide liaison with various sectors of the entire community. He continued that over the past several years, the approach of urban renewal has changed in many ways, both nationally and locally: 1. Greater emphasis is now being placed on citizen participation in the planning process, 2. Rehabilitation and upgrading are superseding bulldozing and clearance, 3. The new "Model Cities" program introduces a bold new approach, 4. The Neighborhood Development Program (NDP) represents a new, fast-moving approach capable of accelerating the planning and execution of.) renewal activity to accomplish community goals. That because of these changes, this is a good time to re-define the mission of the citizens' organization, determine the membership composition necessary to accomplish such mission, and organize the committee to move forward in facing the new challenges ahead. Mr. Bivens also stated that the Committee is not being approached for advice, but rather is beng informed after plans have already been Geveloped and vital decisions and commitments made, and that in fact the Citizens Advisory Committee has become largely a “rubber stamp" organization, in which the intent of Federal requirements is not only aborted, but also in which the valuable resource of talent and mature advice is not brought to bear on vital renewal programs. PAGE THREE If the Committee is to serve in the more constructive role, then the following suggestions are recommended, and membership constituted accordingly: 1. That all plans by the Housing Authority, Model Cities Group, Planning Department and others related to rehabilitation and renewal be presented to the Citizens Advisory Committee or its Executive Committee during the development and before approval so that the Committee may perform its functions of review and be in position to advise, and so that the Committee can help sell the programs through a real understanding of the plans and their importance to the City. . 2. That the buSiness community continue its active financial participation in the staff costs of this program, perhaps to the extent of 1/3 of staff costs, with the City paying 2/3 of such cost. 3. That the staff offices be housed in City Hall as close to the Mayor and Assistant Mayor as possible. 4. For retirement purposes and other City benefits, that the Executive Director be an employee of the City of Atlanta, 5. That duties of the Executive Director include the following: a. Primarily serving the Chairman of the Citizens Advisory Committee on Urban Renewal, b. Provide liaison between the Mayor's Office and CACUR through continuous communication with the Chairman, c. Keep well-informed on various activities related to urban renewal by continuous communication with the City Planning Department, Atlanta Housing Authority, Model Cities Staff and others working on renewal related activities, d. Through newsletters and other communications, keep Executive Committee and full Committee well-informed on renewal matters, e. Suggest pertinent agenda items and review with the Chairman for Executive and full Committee meetings; make all arrangements, £. Preparation of the necessary reports and documentation for certification of the Workable Program insofar as applicable to citizens participation, PAGE FOUR g. That he constantly seek ways to strengthen renewal activity and citizens understanding of and participation therein, h. Preparation of frequent news releases aimed at building public understanding and support, i. Maintain good lines of communications with other organizations such as the Community Relations Commission, Atlanta Youth Council, and others. 6. That a carefully picked cross-section of established and rising community leaders be developed, reviewed by the Chairman, and appointed by the Mayor. (A sub-committee exists on inactive status at the pleasure of the Chairman, ready to propose a list of nominees as soon as the mission of the Committee is agreed upon. This sub-committee consists of R. W. Bivens, Doris Lockerman and W. L. Calloway.) 7. ‘That an Executive Committee be appointed, such Executive Committee to consist of 8 to 12 persons. 8. The Executive Committee shall meet monthly; and the full Committee shall meet quarterly. 9. That special sub-committees shall be appointed as necessary by the Chairman to accomplish specific purposes. 10. In summary, that the Citizen Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal aspire toward achieving a higher standard of excellence in the building and renewal:of our great City to serve better our - present and future generations. Because of the time element involved Mr. Bivens stated that the Executive Committee should study the revised list of members (the names that were passed out to each member of the Executive Committee), so that names could be taken off or others added. The Chairman agreed to discuss this at the next Executive Committee Meeting next month. The Chairman stated that by 1972 all the money will be used up out of the City funds to build housing (matching funds for NDP areas) that the plan now used is that you must pay as you go. Mr. Richard Rich stated that therefore money is needed before any action can be taken, Discussion ensued between the Chairman and ane Rich on clarification of the matter. Mr. Edgar Schukraft stated that he has been working on the West End project for about 18 months with the Park Street Methodist Church about building a shopping center. He stated that he wrote the Housing Authority but as yet has not heard from them. PAGE FIVE The Chairman then asked if there any objections to having an analysis of the West End Project first on the agenda for the next meeting. There were no objections. The Chairman then stated that the agenda for the next meeting would be: Analysis of the West End Project Bivens Report New Budget New Members Staggered Terms Sub-Committees Financial Situation of U.R. Program (status of matching funds) Nour WN H Mr. Padgett stated that it should be recommended to the Mayor that all members have staggered terms. Dr. Langdale then asked if 2:00 P.M. was a better time for having the meetings? Everyone agreed. Col. Jones then presented Dr. Langdale with the Financial Report and a draft of the CACUR's Proposed Budget. The meeting was adjourned at 4:35 P.M. Respectfully submitted, op -, re > i P29 ok cote bw-2 Malcolm D. Jones Executive Director mc Encls: As stated
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 93

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  • Text: MINUTES OF THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL Atlanta Room Citizens and Southern National Bank Tuesday, September 30, 1969 The full Committee quarterly meeting of the CACUR was called to order at 2:00 P. M. by the Vice-Chairman A. B, Padgett, who presided over the meeting during absence of Chairman Noah Langdale who had a conflicting engagement. Those attending the meeting from the Executive Committee were: Messrs, Edgar Schukraft; W. L. Calloway; Charles Mathias; Bob Bivens; Jack Carrollton (represent- ing Mr. E. A. Yates); Mrs. Doris Lockerman; and Mrs, Leonard Haas, Committee members in attendance were: Messrs. William Toms; Fred Burns; and Curtis Driskell; for the Atlanta Housing Authority: Mr. Lester Persells; Mr. Howard Openshaw; Mr. Robert Barnett (Project Director - Vine City NDP area); Mr. Curtis Parrish (Project Director - Edgewood NDP area); Mr. Thomas Eskew; Mr. Douglas Wendell; Mr. Wilson McClure (Project Director - West End); for the Southwest Atlanta Association, Inc: Mr. James W. DuPuy; for EOA: Mr. W. L. Horshen; for the Planning Department of the City of Atlanta: Mr. Collier B, Gladin; Mrs. Sally Pickett; and Mr. John Matthews, Others: Mr. A. L. Watson - Sammye Coan School Director; Mr. Norman M. Rates - Spelman College; Rev. W. L. Houston - Project Area Committee, Vine City; and Mr. Walter Dancy -~ Urban Corps Intern with the CACUR Office. Invitational Notice, Agenda and other related Documents for the meeting are attached to the file copy of these minutes, Vice-Chairman Padgett opened the meeting by welcoming those present, He then stated that the first item on the Agenda would be put off until Chairman Langdale arrived, The second item on the Agenda was the presentation of the Vine City NDP plan. Mr. Padgett then introduced Mr. Howard Openshaw, Director of Urban Redevelopment of the Atlanta Housing Authority, Mr. Openshaw then introduced Mr, Robert Barnett, Project Director of Vine City, to present the NDP plan. Mr. Barnett first explained the georgraphical location of Vine City. The boundaries being: Northside Drive on the East, Simpson Road on the North, Griffin Street on the West and Hunter Street on the South. He also stated that there are approximately 154 acres, with 900 families and 3, 500 individuals located in the Vine City area. Mr. Barnett stated that the first things that were done in Vine City was to form a local committeee known as the PAC or Project Area Committe to represent Page Two the interests of the citizens of the Vine City Community. He stated that the PAC holds meeting at least once a week (usually every Monday night), and that a survey was made to collect facts on Vine City, such as population, family size, amount of income, heads of household, etc, The survey showed that the average income for the Vine City areas is $161.00 a month, and that 76% of the property in the area has absentee landlords and 24% is owner occupied, The survey also showed that the residents of the Vine City area wanted more shopping, transportation and community facilities, . Mr. Barnett further stated that the target area for the 1970 NDP plan has already been designated. The target area, which was shown by a map presentation, has 122 structures (162 families), with 92 of these structures as major deterioration, 9 as a minor deterioration and only 1 standard structure, By map presentation, Mr. Barnett showed the lay out for the 1970 NDP plan, with a 24 acre park, commercial area, garden type apartments, town houses and single family residences. Vice-Chairman Padgett thanked Mr. Barnett for his very informative presentation on the Neighborhood Development Program for Vine City in 1970. Mr. Openshaw then introduced Mr, Curtis Parrish, Project Director of the Edgewood area. Inturn, Mr. Parrish introduced Mr. Harry Adley and Mr. Albert Twiggs of Adley Associates to present the Edgewood NDP plan for 1970, Mr. Adley and Mr. Twiggs presented a slide presentation of the good and bad areas of the Edgewood project. Mr. Adley stressed that the area of Edgewood should be rehabilitated, not torn down, Four sections of the Edgewood area have tentatively been selected for activity to start in 1970. Sammye Coan School is a good example of the type of environment Edgewood is working for in its effort to develop a better Community. Mr. Adley agreed to provide the Executive Director with a summary sheet on the Edgewood project statistics. Mr. Padgett thanked Mr. Adley and Mr. Twiggs for a very fine presentation of Edgewood. Because of the time element involved, a fifteen minute presentation was given on each NDP plan anda give minute question and answer period, There was much discussion on the subject and value of rehabilitation and the accusation that rehabilitation does not last, because the individuals do not keep up their homes or property. Vice-Chairman Padgett then stated that there was not enough time for a detailed discussion on the merits of rehabilitation and suggested that the subject of rehabilitation be put on the Agenda for the next meeting. Page Three Mr. Padgett called on Mr. Openshaw to present the overall Neighborhood Development Program for 1970 (copy attached, Encl. 1). Attention of CACUR members was particularly called to the enclosed copy of recent letter from the Regional Office of HUD stating that HUD funding to the Region III area is only $24, 000, 000; and that this is only 45.9% of the amount allocated for the first year's activity for the six NDP programs now under way in Region III. In response to question from the Executive Director, CACUR, as to proposed activity in the portion of the Bedford-Pine NDP area south of Forrest Avenue, (This is where the bulk of the most dilapicated housing is located, ) Mr. Openshaw stated that no activity is planned in that area for 1969-70 except acquisition of a few scattered dilapidated structures, requested by the Mayor. Mr. Padgett then called on Mr. Openshaw to respond to comments on the West End Urban Renewal Project previously submitted by the Executive Committee. Mr. Openshaw read a letter addressed to the Executive Director, explain- ing the delays in many of the Urban Renewal projects, including West End (Encl, 2). After considerable discussion pertaining to certain aspects of the West End project, the meeting was adjourned at 3:30 P. M. Financial state prepared by the Executive Director, was not presented during the meeting, but was subsequently turned over to the Vice-Chairman, In view of impending City elections, Item 1 on the Agenda, "Explanation of Proposed Reorganization of CACUR",, was omitted until a later date. Respectfully submitted, Poet <2 : Malcolm D. Jones Executive Difector mec Encls: 1, Neighborhood Development Program for 1970 2. Letter dated September 30, 1969
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 108

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  • Text: A RESOLUTION BY THE CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA INFORMING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXTREME DISAPPOINTMENT OF THIS COMMITTEE OVER ANNOUNCED CUTBACK IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR THE 1970 NEIGHBOR- HOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM; AND POINTING OUT THE DISASTEROUS EFFECT SUCH EXTENSIVE CUTBACK WILL HAVE ON ATLANTA'S NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND CITIZEN MORAL IN THE AFFECTED AREAS: WHEREAS, this Committee has been informed that only $24, 000, 000 has been established as available for the second year's activity of the six Neighborhood Development Programs now under way in Region III, which amount equals only 45.9% of the amount allocated for the first year's activity 2 for the six programs; and WHEREAS, we have also been informed that priorities for the local Neighborhood Development Program should be arranged so as to call for activity only in areas which were included in the NDP first year; and WHEREAS, neither of these factors was made known locally until after the City of Atlanta had prepared its extensive rapidad Neighborhood Development Program for 1970; and WHEREAS, Atlanta has established a reputation for effectively taking aivantigs of, and participating in, HUD as sisted Aeousidiae for Community Improvement; and WHEREAS, this proposed drastic cutback in Federal funding in the Neighborhood Development Program, will seriously effect citizen enthusiastic participation and moral in the affected areas, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Citizens Advisory Committee for ear Renewal: of the City of Atlanta, that this Committee is very disappointed She the proposed dence cutback in the Neighborhood Development Program; wishes to so inform the Sepasaneut of Housing and Urban Development; and urges that every possible consideration be given Atlanta in future funding for NDP. " sity os Enel, 2 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal that copies of this Resolution be furnished the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development of the United States; and the Regional Administrator, Region III, of HUD. Official: Malcolm D. Jon je) Executive Director ; Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal “a This the 2lst Day of November 1969 rp . - we
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Box 4, Folder 14, Document 80

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  • Text: CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR URBAN RENEWAL OFFICE OF THE MAYOR CITY HALL—ATLANTA, GA. 30303 PHONE 524.2745 DR. NOAH LANGDALE, JR. December 3, 1968 WILLIAM S. HOWLAND CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR A. B. PADGETT MRS. EVELYN DODDS VICE CHAIRMAN SECRETARY Dear Committee Member: , Tis the fortnight before Christmas And all through our program Many things will be stirring. The point of taking such liberties with the famous poem is to say that our final 1968 full committee meeting will be held exactly two weeks before Christmas on Wednesday, December ll at 2p.m.in the Atlanta Room of the Citizens and Southern National Bank, We'll have a veritable Christmas stocking of a program, as follows: 1, Cary S, Hooks, FHA director for Georgia, will discuss new programs provided by the 1968 national housing legislation. Accompanying Mr. Hooks will be Ralph L, Johnston, chief underwriter and Kenneth Finn, construction analyst in charge of 221 H program. They will be glad to answer questions. 2. Percy Hearle, chairman and president of our nonprofit subsidiary, will update us on our Robert L. Sommerville 221 H project which is nearing completion. 3. Vice chairman and treasurer A. B. Padgett will report on our financial situation. 4, Howard Openshaw, Atlanta Housing Authority redevelopment director, will summarize 1968's urban renewal activity and give us a preview of what is in prospect for 1969. 5. Jack Willingham, assistant director of HUD's community service branch, will be prepared to fill us in more fully on new metropolitan development programs. Chairman Langdale and I are looking forward to seeing you on this fortnight before Christmas... William S, Howland
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