Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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CARAG
Strategy
Pre
Year One
2001
2002
2003
2004
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HOUSING
1.1 History Documentation _ ____      10
1.2 Old House Seminars _ $957.33 ___$957.33 $957.33   14,15
1.3 Housing Preservation Program _ $29,361.93 $150,000.00 $100,000.00 _$279,361.93 $279,361.93 $8,708.11 6,8,9,15,17
2.1 Rental Property Improvement Program $50,000.00 $115,269.71 $24,719.35 $100,000.00 _$289,989.06 $289,989.06   6,8
2.2 Home Buyer Grant Program _ ____      1
3.01 Housing Administrator _ ____      see notes
3.1 Exterior Residential Improvement Program $117,000.00 $111,000.00 $347,280.65 __$575,280.65 $575,280.65 $10,527.12 6
4.1 Operation Red Program /Demolitions _ ____      1,7
5.1 'Cycle of Life' Housing _ ____      7,17
5.2 Home Improvements for Senior Residents _ ____      10
02 TRANSPORTATION
6.1 Transportation Study $19,499.79 ____$19,499.79     7,13
6.3 Research Special Services District _ ____      7
7.1 Transit Information/Bus Stop Warden Prog _ ____      1
7.2 Increase Use of Public Transportation _ _$1,800.17 __$1,800.17     10
7.3 Neighborhood Bus Stops _ $2,000.00 $500.00 __$2,500.00     13
8.1 Bryant Avenue Bikeway _ _$887.98 __$887.98     10,12,13,15
8.2 Bike Racks $2,000.00 ____$2,000.00     1
03 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
9.1 Home-Based Business Network _ ____      7
10.1 Redevelopment of Police Garage _ ____      1,4
10.2 Commercial Corridor Design Loans _ $5,000.00 $1,591.55 __$6,591.55     3,12,13,15
10.3 'Break in Lake' at Dupont and Lake _ $3,000.00 $1,519.54 __$4,519.54     13
11.1 Corner Store Loan Program _ $5,000.00 $45,000.00 __$50,000.00     2
12.1 Business Inventory _ ____      1
12.2 Neighborhood Credit / Discount Card _ ____      3
12.3 Develop 'The CARAG Plan' $30,000.00 ____$30,000.00      
04 CRIME AND SAFETY
13.1 Front Porch and Low Level Lighting $35,000.00 $25,000.00 $5,000.00 $3,031.09 $10,000.00 $78,031.09     12,13,15
13.2 Bryant Square Park Lighting $16,500.00 $2,810.34 ___$19,310.34     7,8
13.3 Eliminate Graffiti _ ____      1,10
13.4 Noise Abatement _ ____      7
14.1 Block Clubs _ _$2,000.00 $1,009.55 $2,000.00 $5,009.55     10,13,15
05 COMMUNITY BUILDING AND BEAUTIFICATION
15.1 Public Landscaping Projects _ $40,000.00 $10,000.00 $1,067.57 _$51,067.57     15
15.2 Public Gardening _ $4,000.00 $3,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $11,000.00     12
15.3 Trees _ ____      1,10
16.1 CARAG Livability Committee _ $4,000.00 $8,901.25 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $16,901.25 $12,168.90   11,12,15
17.1 Clean Neighborhood Programs 1 _ ____      7
17.2 Lake Calhoun Water Pollution Education _ $359.96 ___$359.96     7,13
17.3 Alley Improvements _ ____      4,7
06 SENIORS
18.1 Senior's Committee _ ____      7
18.2 Southwest Senior Center $5,000.00 $6,993.70 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $14,993.70     4,13
07 ARTS AND CULTURE
19.1 Arts Opportunity Fund $34,083.87 ____$34,083.87     1,5,7,13
20.1 CARAG Arts Committee _ _$53.74 $3,000.00 _$3,053.74     10,11
08 SCHOOLS, PARK, AND EDUCATION
21.1 Youth Activities _ __$3,555.63 $5,000.00 $8,555.63     7,15
21.2 Lyndale School Playground / Learning Res $40,000.00 _$34,232.28 __$74,232.28     10
21.3 Bryant Square Park _ $20,000.00 $15,000.00 $13,110.99 $10,000.00 $58,110.99     15
09 IMPLEMENTATION
22.1 Office and Staff Support $205,535.00 $158,992.66 $145,667.55 $53,999.95 $50,000.00 $614,195.16 $442,220.52   5,7,8,10,12,15
PHASE 1r TOTAL$34,131.34 $57,557.37 $18,845.94 $55,225.22   $165,759.87 $20,000.00 $8,614.42  
TOTAL$588,750.00 $591,303.00 $817,000.00 $339,000.00 $82,000.00 $2,418,053.00 $1,619,978.39 $27,849.65  
% FOR HOUSING72%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan05/18/011. Adoption of the full Action Plan modified the First Step Plan and Early Access request by reallocating a total of $125,000 in 1998 from nine strategies. The specific changes are as follows: (1) $18,000 (Early Access) from Home Buyer Grant Program (Housing 2.2.); (2) $1,000 (Early Access) from Operation Red Program/Demolitions (Housing 4.1.); (3) $8,000 from Transit Information/Bus Stop Warden Program (Transportation 7.1.); (4) $3,000 from Bike Racks (Transportation 8.2.); (5) $20,000 from Redevelopment of Police Garage (Economic Development 10.1.); (6) $20,000 from Business Inventory (Economic Development 12.1.); (7) $10,500 from Neighborhood Credit/Discount Card (Economic Development 12.2.); (8) $5,000 from Eliminate Graffiti (Crime and Safety 13.3.); and (9) $40,000 from Trees (Community Building and Livability 15.3.). These funds are reallocated to the full Action Plan. Adoption of the full plan also significantly revised the wording of the Early Access proposal now entitled Arts Opportunity Fund (Arts and Culture 19.1.); the original funding was solely for the Jungle Theater.
2Full Action Plan11/26/01On November 26, 2001, the NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language to Corner Store Loan Program (Economic Development 11.1.) to allow for grants rather than loans.
3Full Action Plan03/30/03 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language to Commercial Corridor Design Loans (Economic Development 10.2.) to allow for grants in addition to loans.
4Full Action Plan05/28/03The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $10,000 ($5,000 in 1998 and $5,000 in 2001) to Southwest Senior Center (Seniors 18.2.) from the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1998 from Redevelopment of Police Garage (Economic Development 10.1.); and (2) $5,000 in 2001 from Alley Improvements (Community Building and Beautification 17.3.). The modification also revises the wording of Southwest Senior Center (Seniors 18.2.) to allow for physical improvements to the center.
5Full Action Plan11/24/03 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $6,785 in 1998 to Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.) from Arts Opportunity Fund (Arts and Culture 19.1).
6Full Action Plan03/29/05The NRP Director approved, based on Policy Board approval, a plan modification to reallocate $250,561.31 ($125,280.66 in 2001 and $125,280.65 in 2002) from Rental Property Improvement Program (Housing 2.1.) to the following strategies: (1) $125,280.66 in 2001 to Housing Preservation Program (Housing 1.3.); and (2) $125,280.65 in 2002 to Exterior Residential Improvement Program (Housing 3.1.). The modification also modifies the wording of the plan to allow for Program Income from Rental Property Improvement Program (Housing 2.1.) to be used for Housing Preservation Program (Housing 1.3.) and Exterior Residential Improvement Program (Housing 3.1.). The modification is effective as of February 28, 2005.
7Full Action Plan02/23/06The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $99,253 ($5,500 in 1998-First Step; $29,000 in 1998-Early Access; $51,753 in 2001; $9,000 in 2002; and 4,000 in 2003) to Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $4,000 in 1998-Early Access from Operation Red Progam/Demolitions (Housing 4.1.); (2) $35,000 in 2001 from Cycle of Life Housing (Housing 5.1.); (3) $5,500 in 1998-First Step from Transportation Study (Transportation 6.1.); (4) $1,000 in 2001 from Research Special Services District (Transportation 6.3.); (5) $2,000 in 2001 from Home Based Business Network (Economic Development 9.1.); (6) $3,200 in 2001 from Bryant Square Park Lighting (Crime and Safety 13.2.); (7) $500 in 2001 from Noise Abatement (Crime and Safety 13.4.); (8) $1,000 in 2001 from Clean Neighborhood Programs (Community Building and Beautification 17.1.); (9) $1,500 in 2001 from Water Pollution Education (Community Building and Beautification 17.2.); (10) $10,000 ($2,000 in 2001; $4,000 in 2002; and $4,000 in 2003) from Alley Improvements (Community Building and Beautification 17.3.); (11) $553 in 2001 from Senior's Committee (Seniors 18.1.); (12) $25,000 in 1998-Early Access from Arts Opportunity Fund (Arts and Culture 19.1.); and (13) $10,000 ($5,000 in 2001 and $5,000 in 2002) from Youth Activities (Schools, Park and Education 21.1.).
8Full Action Plan09/18/06 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate (1) $90,550.37 in 2001 to Rental Property Improvement Program (Housing 2.1.) from Housing Preservation Program (Housing 1.3.); and (2) $489.66 in 2001 to Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.) from Bryant Square Park Lighting (Crime and Safety 13.2.). The modification also revises the wording of Rental Property Improvement Program (Housing 2.1.) to allow condominium associations to participate in the program.
9Full Action Plan02/14/07 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the wording of Housing Preservation Program (Housing 1.3.) to allow for Program Income from this strategy to be used for activities under Exterior Residential Improvement Program (Housing 3.1.).
10Full Action Plan02/25/08 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $82,667.55 ($15,000 in 1998-First Step; $46,000 in 2001; and $21,667.55 in 2002) to Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $3,000 in 2001 from Historical Documentation (Housing 1.1.); (2) $35,000 in 2001 from Home Improvements for Seniors (Housing 5.2.); (3) $3,199.83 in 2002 from Increase Use of Public Transportation (Transportation 7.2.); (4) $11,700 in 2002 from Bryant Avenue Bikeway (Transportation 8.1.); (5) $5,000 in 1998-First Step from Eliminate Graffiti (Crime and Safety 13.3.); (6) $4,000 in 2001 from Block Clubs (Crime and Safety 14.1.); (7) $10,000 in 1998-First Step from Trees (Community Building and Beautification 15.3.); (8) $5,000 ($4,000 in 2001 and $1,000 in 2002) from CARAG Arts Committee (Arts and Culture 20.1.); and (9) $5,767.72 in 2002 from Lyndale School Playground/Learning Resources (Schools, Park, and Education 21.2.).
11Full Action Plan02/24/09The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $1,946.26 in 2002 to CARAG Livability Committee (Community Building and Beautification 16.1.) from CARAG Arts Committee (Arts and Culture 20.1).
12Full Action Plan06/07/10The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $81,000 from the following strategies: (1) $36,000 ($10,000 in 2001 and $26,000 in 2002) from Bryant Avenue Bikeway (Transportation 8.1.); (2) $40,000 in 2002 from Commercial Corridor Design Loans (Economic Development 10.2.); and (3) $5,000 in 2002 from Front Porch and Low Level Lighting (Crime and Safety 13.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $1,000 in 2002 to Public Gardening (Community Building and Beautification 8.1.); (2) $5,000 in 2002 to CARAG Livability Committee (Community Building and Beautification 16.1.); and (3) $75,000 ($10,000 in 2001 and $65,000 in 2002) to Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.).
13Full Action Plan02/05/11Approval of the Phase II Action Plan reallocates a total of $97,673.82 of Phase I funds to Phase II strategies. Funds are reallocated from the following Phase I strategies: (1) $0.21 in 1998 (First Step) from Transportation Study (Transportation 6.1.); (2) $47,500 ($12,500 in 2002 and $35,000 in 2003) from Neighborhood Bus Stops (Transportation 7.3.); (3) $1,300 in 2002 from Bryant Avenue Bikeway (Transportation 8.1.); (4) $3,115.68 in 2002 from Commercial Corridor Design Loans (Economic Development 10.2.); (5) $1,480.46 in 2002 from "Break in Lake" (Dupont/Lake) (Economic Development 10.3.); (6) $9,000 in 2003 from Front Porch and Low Level Lighting (Crime and Safety 13.1.); (7) $1,000 in 2003 from Block Clubs (Crime and Safety 14.1.); (8) $140.04 in 2001 from Water Pollution Education (Community Building and Beautification 17.2.); (9) $6.30 in 2001 from Southwest Senior Center (Seniors 18.2.); and (10) $34,131.13 in 1998 (Early Access) from Arts Opportunity Fund (Arts and Culture 19.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $10,000 in 1998 (Early Access) to Graffiti Prevention (Phase II Plan, Crime and Safety 1.1.2.); (2) $2,000 in 1998 (Early Access) to Residential Exterior Improvement Program (1 - 3 units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.1.); (3) $2,000 in 1998 (Early Access) to Residential Exterior Improvement Program (4+ units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.2.); (4) $5,000 in 2002 to Install Bike Racks (Phase II Plan, Transportation 4.1.1.); (5) $20,000 in 1998 (Early Access) to Install Bike Lockers and Sheltered Racks (Phase II Plan, Transportation 4.1.2.); (6) $7,500 in 2002 to Improve Bike Routes (Phase II Plan, Transportation 4.1.3.); (7) $5,000 in 2002 to Promote HOUR Car (Phase II Plan, Transportation 4.2.1.); 8) $4,500 ($0.21 in 1998 (First Step); $131.13 in 1998 (Early Access); $146.34 in 2001; $896.14 in 2002; and $3,326.18 in 2003) to (Promote Purchasing from Local Businesses (Phase II Plan, Economic Development 5.1.1.); (9) $30,000 in 2003 to Bryant Square Park (Phase II Plan, Park 10.1.1.); and (10) $11,673.82 in 2003 to Staff and Administrative Support (Phase II Plan, Implementation 11.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #13 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
14Full Action Plan04/27/11The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $2,000 in 2001 from Old House Seminars (Housing 1.2.) to Phase II strategy, Energy Audits (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.2.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #14 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)
15Full Action Plan04/04/13The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $108,500 of Phase I funds to Phase II strategies. Phase I funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $42.67 in 2001 from Old House Seminars (Housing 1.2.); (2) $55,368.36 in 2001 from Housing Preservation Program (Housing1.3.); (3) $112.02 in 2002 from Bryant Avenue Bikeway (Transportation 8.1.); (4) $292.77 in 2002 from Commercial Corridor Design Loans (Economic Development 10.2.); (5) $6,891.79 in 2003 from Public Landscaping Projects (Community Building and Beautification 15.1.); (6) $45.01 in 2002 from CARAG Livability Committee (Community Building and Beautification 16.1.); (7) $1,444.37 in 2003 from Youth Activities (Schools, Parks and Education 21.1.); (8) $1,889.01 in 2003 from Bryant Square Park (Schools, Parks and Education 21.3.); (9) $0.05 in 2003 from Office and Staff Support (Implementation 22.1.); (10) $5,000 in 1998 (Early Access) from Graffiti Prevention (Phase II Plan, Crime and Safety 1.1.2.); (11) $20,000 in 1998 (Early Access) from Install Bike Lockers and Sheltered Racks (Phase II Plan, Transportation 4.1.2.); (12) $5,000 in 2002 from Promote HOUR Car (Transportation 4.2.1.); (13) $4,500 ($0.21 in 1998 (First Step); $131.13 in 1998 (Early Access); $146.34 in 2001; $896.14 in 2002; and $3,326.18 in 2003) from Promote Purchasing from Local Businesses (Phase II Plan, Economic Development 5.1.1.); and (13) $7,913.95 in 2003 from Staff and Administrative Support (Phase II Plan, Implementation 11.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $29,000 in 2001 to Residential Exterior Improvement Program (1 -3 Units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.1.); (2) $29,000 ($25,131.13 in 1998 (Early Access) and $3,868.87 in 2002) to Residential Exterior Improvement Program (4+ units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.2.); (3) $20,000 in 2001 to Garage Improvement Revolving Loan Fund (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.3.); (4) $500 in 2001 to Clean Neighborhood Programs (Phase II Plan, Community Building and Beautification 7.1.1.); and (5) $30,000 ($0.21 in 1998 (First Step); $6,057.37 in 2001; $2,477.07 in 2002; and $21,465.35 in 2003) to Bryant Square Park (Phase II Plan, Park 10.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #15 and Phase II Plan Modification #3.) The modification also reallocates $2,040.64 in 2003 from Public Landscaping Projects (Community Building and Beautification 15.1.) to the following strategies: (1) $2,031.09 in 2003 to Front Porch and Low Level Lighting (Crime and Safety 13.1.); and (2) $9.55 in 2003 to Block Clubs (Crime and Safety 14.1.).
16Full Action Plan05/07/15The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $31,000 ($27,131.13 in 1998-Early Access; and $3,868.87 in 2002) from Residential Exterior Improvement Program (4+ units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.2.) to Residential Exterior Improvement Program (1 -3 Units) (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #16 and Phase II Plan Modification #5.)
17Full Action Plan08/26/16The NCR Director approved a plan modification to revise the wording of 'Cycle of Life' Housing (Housing 5.1.) to include housing in and around the CARAG neighborhood and to roll forward this strategy into the Phase II Plan (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.5.). The modification also reallocates $8,614.42 in Program Income from Housing Preservation Program (Housing 1.3.) to the new Phase II strategy, 'Cycle of Life' Housing (Phase II Plan, Housing 3.1.5.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #17 and Phase II Plan Modification #6.)

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