Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Central
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 COMMUNITY BUILDING
1.A.1 Publish Community Word _ $9,000.00 $9,000.00 $9,000.00 $9,000.00 _$36,000.00 $22,320.00   19,30
1.A.3 Welcome Wagon _ __$1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $3,000.00 $1,860.00   19
1.A.4 Block Clubs/Non-English Initiative $42,000.00 $25,021.00 $66,000.00 $70,850.00 $36,978.84 $33,000.00 $273,849.84     11,19
1.A.5 Block Incentive Fund _ $7,348.66 $4,050.00 ___$11,398.66     14,19,20,30
1.A.6 Neighbor-to-Neighbor Mediation _ _$1,500.00 $6,000.00 $3,500.00 $1,500.00 $12,500.00     10
1.A.7 Community Living Education/Training _ _$20,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 _$40,000.00      
1.B.1 Fund for Performances, Exhibits, etc. _ $480.00 $17,250.00 $7,700.00 $12,032.00 $10,150.00 $47,612.00     10,19,22,27
1.B.2 Support Existing Annual Festivals _ _$2,719.30 $625.75 $625.00 $625.00 $4,595.05 $2,848.93   19,27
1.B.3 Create 2 New Multicultural Events _ __$7,000.00 $6,821.16 $6,000.00 $19,821.16 $12,289.12   19
1.C.1 Neighborhood/Nonprofit Leaders Meeting _ _____      19,22
1.D.1 Foot Patrols/Bike Patrols _ _$42,969.99 $3,000.00 __$45,969.99     19,20,25,27
1.D.3 Eliminate Crack Houses, Gangs, etc. _ _$7,363.22 $2,050.00 __$9,413.22     19,20,25,27
1.D.6 Full Streets Campaign _ _____      19
1.D.7 Southside Curfew/Attendance Center _ $2,500.00 ____$2,500.00     19,29
02 BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
2.A.1 Neighborhood Job and Resource Fair _ $7,000.00 $4,200.25 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $14,200.25     19,28
2.A.2 Support for Job Fair Participants _ _$9,000.00 $5,000.00 $6,000.00 $7,000.00 $27,000.00     19
2.A.3 ESB/Minority Contractor Directory _ _$19,200.00 $2,500.00 _$2,500.00 $24,200.00     19,27,31
2.B.1 Personnel to Support Implementation _ $54,300.00 $148,074.66 $49,500.00 $9,000.00 $9,000.00 $269,874.66     4,11,18,19
2.C.1 Assist Development of Opportunity Zone _ $7,879.35 $100,000.00 ___$107,879.35     19,26,28,30
2.D.1 Home-Based Business Program _ _____      12
2.D.2 Small Business Incubators _ $60,000.00 ____$60,000.00     8,12,19
2.F.1 Midtown Greenway Project _ _____      19
2.F.2 Lake Street Task Force Implementation _ _$271,179.34 ___$271,179.34 $18,982.55   4,18,19
2.F.3 Redevelopment of 38th and 4th Area _ _$795.75 ___$795.75     13,19
2.F.4 Public Relations to Counter Stereotypes _ _$3,504.48 ___$3,504.48     19,27
2.G.1 Facade Grant Program _ $48,994.00 $29,999.94 ___$78,993.94     4,19,27
2.G.2 Streetscape Projects _ _$10,918.64 ___$10,918.64     15,19,31
03 HOUSING AND CITY SERVICES
3.A.2 Central Boarded/Vacant Fund _ $212,000.00 $227,991.00 $102,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $581,991.00 $581,991.00   3,5,9,17,19
3.A.3 Inspections Department Demolitions _ $25,000.00 $49,885.00 $20,000.00 $5,000.00 _$99,885.00 $99,885.00   3,6,7,9,11,17,19,21,27
3.A.4 Neighborhood-Based Marketing _ $11,000.00 _$4,900.00 __$15,900.00 $15,900.00 $600.00 19,24,29
3.A.5 SNHS Problem Property Loan Fund _ $273,356.88 ____$273,356.88 $273,356.88 $204,176.12 23,24,30
3.B.2 Block Leverage Fund _ $225,000.00 $1,020,000.00 $487,000.00 $243,950.00 _$1,975,950.00 $1,975,950.00   1,5,6,19
3.B.3 Redevelop 32nd/Chicago _ $60,000.00 ____$60,000.00 $60,000.00   19
3.B.4 Home Improvement Grant Program $138,000.00 _$18,569.86 ___$156,569.86 $156,569.86 $22,250.00 19,23,27
3.B.5 SNHS HOPS Program/Youth Employment $69,000.00 _____$69,000.00      
3.C.1 Continue Work With Officials/Agencies _ _$1,750.00 ___$1,750.00 $1,750.00   19
3.D.1 Personnel - Housing/City Services _ $16,600.00 $157,500.00 $96,000.00 $84,425.00 $89,000.00 $443,525.00 $430,219.25 $18,400.00 9,10,14,16,19,27,29,30
3.E.1 Central Master Plan _ _$8,650.00 ___$8,650.00 $8,650.00   10,16,19
3.F.1 Advocacy for Renters/Property Owners _ _$17,500.00 $18,375.00 $125.00 _$36,000.00 $36,000.00   16,19
04 YOUTH AND FAMILY
4.A.1 Central Youth Collaborative Fund _ $200,000.00 $24,999.79 ___$224,999.79     13,27
4.A.2 Youth Organizer _ $11,000.00 $1,775.00 $2,050.00 $23,175.00 $2,000.00 $40,000.00     19,20,30,31
4.A.3 Richard Green School - Increase Use _ _$1,200.00 $2,400.00 $3,600.00 $4,800.00 $12,000.00      
4.A.4 Phelps Park - Support Collaborative _ _$100,000.00 ___$100,000.00      
4.B.1 Hosmer Library - Learning/Tech Center _ _$22,000.00 $38,960.00 $38,900.00 $39,450.00 $139,310.00     20
4.B.2 Mount Olive's Tutoring Program _ _$1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $4,000.00      
4.B.3 Park Avenue Computer Learning Center _ $10,000.00 _$10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $40,000.00     19
4.B.4 Horizon Youth Level 1 Program _ _____      19
4.C.1 Two or More Youth Services Network $34,500.00 ___$10,000.00 _$44,500.00     1,19
4.C.2 Minneapolis Kids Project $25,000.00 $22,277.00 $19,449.78 $22,277.00 $22,277.00 _$111,280.78     2,12,19,27
4.D.1 Urban Ventures HOMEFIELD Complex _ _$15,000.00 ___$15,000.00      
4.D.2 Complete School/Gym Improvements _ $80,000.00 _$12,999.25 __$92,999.25     1,27
4.D.5 Youth Athletic Teams Support _ $9,191.84 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 __$19,191.84     30
4.D.6 Youth Activities Outside the Nghd _ _$2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $8,000.00      
PHASE 1r TOTAL  $69,078.27 $21,856.00       $90,934.27      
TOTAL$308,500.00 $1,447,027.00 $2,483,852.00 $1,000,187.00 $560,409.00 $240,025.00 $6,040,000.00 $3,698,572.59 $245,426.12  
% FOR HOUSING62%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan07/21/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $13,000 in 1997 from Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.) to Complete School/Gym Improvements (Youth And Family D.2.). The modification also shifts $13,000 in 1998 from Two or More Youth Services Network (Youth and Family C.1.) back into the Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.). These funds will be used for the construction of the Green School tot lot.
2Full Action Plan03/13/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan, designating the Young Entrepreneurs Program as the implementing organization for the Minneapolis Kids Project (Youth and Family C.2.). This modification does not reallocate funds; only the wording of the strategy has changed.
3Full Action Plan03/24/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1995 from Inspections Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.) to Central Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing and City Services A.2.).
4Full Action Plan03/29/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,600 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Business Development B.1.). The funds are reallocated from: (1) $20,000 in 1996 from Lake Street Task Force Implementation (Business Development F.2.); and (2) $4,600 in 1995 from Facade Grant Program (Business Development G.1.).
5Full Action Plan09/08/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1995 from Central Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing and City Services A.2.) to Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.).
6Full Action Plan09/08/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1998 from Inspections Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.) to Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.) for the rehabilitation efforts of the Markley Square Townhomes.
7Full Action Plan09/09/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Inspections Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.) to allow these funds to be used for other housing-related purposes if additional sources of funding are secured for this strategy (such as CDBG funds from the MCDA).
8Full Action Plan10/08/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Small Business Incubators (Business Development D.2.) to remove specific references to the Urban Ventures' kitchen incubator and to insert language related to an International Bazaar to be developed by Sabri Properties. The modification also (1) reduces the amount of other funds for the strategy from $771,000 to $425,000; and (2) allows for $9,000 of the funds allocated to the strategy to be used for CNIA staff support. Approval of the plan modification is retroactive to July 28, 1999.
9Full Action Plan04/20/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1997 from Inspections Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.) to two strategies: (1) $8,000 to Central Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing and City Services A.2.); and (2) $17,000 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.) for the Minneapolis Neighborhood Early Warning System project.
10Full Action Plan11/10/00 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 ($17,500 in 1996 and $7,500 in 1997) to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.) from three strategies: (1) $10,000 in 1996 from Central Master Plan (Housing and City Services E.1.); (2) $7,500 in 1996 from Neighbor to Neighbor Mediation (Community Building A.6.); and (3) $7,500 in 1997 from Fund for Performances, Exhibits, Etc. (Community Building B.1.).
11Full Action Plan06/22/01 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1997 from Inspection Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.) to the following strategies: (1) $12,500 in 1997 to Block Clubs/Non-English Initiative (Community Building A.4.); and (2) $12,500 in 1997 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Business Development B.1.). The modification is contingent upon CNIA providing access to the Office of the State Auditor to the storage facility rented by CNIA.
12Full Action Plan06/24/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $25,000 in 1995 to Minneapolis Kids Project (Youth and Family C.2.) from the following strategies: (1) $23,000 in 1995 from Home-based Business Program (Business Development D.1.); and (2) $2,000 in 1995 from Small Business Incubators (Business Development D.2.). The modification also revises the wording of Minneapolis Kids Project (Youth and Family C.2.) to broaden the eligible activities under the strategy to include a wide variety of employment and academic programs for youth.
13Full Action Plan09/04/03 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $25,000 in 1996 to Central Youth Collaborative Fund (Youth and Family A.1.) from Redevelopment of 38th and 4th Area (Business Development F.3.).
14Full Action Plan04/22/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $15,000 in 1995 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.) from Block Incentive Fund (Community Building A.5.). The modification (1) allows these funds to be used only for expenses (between April 15, 2004 and July 31, 2004) related to the 2004 Annual Meeting; and (2) demands the cessation of all work by CNIA on comprehensive plan modification until financial issues are resolved.
15Full Action Plan01/19/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Streetscape Projects (Business Development G.2.) to support improvement projects to the public infrastructure.
16Full Action Plan08/01/07 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1996 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.) from Central Master Plan (Housing and City Services E.1.). The modification also revises the wording of Advocacy for Renters/Property Owners (Housing and City Services F.1.) to expand the strategy to include support for neighborhood-based activities.
17Full Action Plan05/29/08 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of two strategies: (1) Cental Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing A.2.) is revised to broaden the eligibility for mortgage financing programs and to allow for purchase/rehabilittion programs; and (2) Inspection Department Demolitions (Housing A.3.) is revised to allow for funds under this strategy to be used for purposes allowed under Cental Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing A.2.).
18Full Action Plan12/30/08 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,726.32 in 1996 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Business Development B.1.) from Lake Street Task Force Implementation (Business Development F.2.).
19Full Action Plan06/28/09 The NRP Director, based on Policy Board approval, approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $439,020.43 from the following strategies: (1) $6,000 ($5,000 in 1995 and $1,000 in 1996) from Welcome Wagon (Community Building A.3.); (2) $178.84 in 1998 from Create 2 New Multicultural Events (Community Building B.3.); (3) $1,500 ($750 in 1995; $250 in 1996; $200 in 1997; $150 in 1998; and $150 in 1999) from "Full Streets" Campaign (Community Building D.6.); (4) $48,294 in 1995 from Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.); (5) $7,000 in 1995 from Small Business Incubators (Business Development D.2.); (6) $14,000 in 1996 from Midtown Greenway Project (Business Development F.1.); (7) $34,094.34 in 1996 from Lake Street Task Force Implementation (Business Development F.2.); (8) $74,204.25 in 1996 from Redevelopment of 38th and 4th Area (Business Development F.3.); (9) $85,000 in 1996 from Streetscape Projects (Business Development G.2.); (10) $42,009 in 1996 from Central Boarded/Vacant Fund (Housing and City Services A.2.); (11) $55,115 in 1996 from Inspections Department Demolitions (Housing and City Services A.3.); (12) $15,100 ($10,000 in 1996 and $5,100 in 1997) from Neighborhood-based Marketing (Housing and City Services A.4.); (13) $9,000 in 1995 from Redevelop 32nd/Chicago (Housing and City Services B.3.); (14) $6,350 in 1996 from Central Master Plan (Housing and City Services E.1.); (15) $19,175 in 1998 from Advocacy for Renters/Property Owners (Housing and City Services F.1.); (16) $10,000 in 1996 from Park Avenue Computer Learning Center (Youth and Family B.3.); (17) $10, 000 ($2,000 in each of the years 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999) from Horizon Youth Level 1 Program (Youth and Family B.4.); and (18) $2,000 in 1998 from Two or More Youth Services Network (Youth and Family C.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $3,500 in 1995 to Publish Community Word (Community Building A.1.); (2) $3,349.84 ($2,021 in 1995; $1,000 in 1996; and $328.84 in 1998) to Block Clubs/Non-English Initiative (Community Building A.4.); (3) $8,799 ($1,749 in 1995 and $7,050 in 1996) to Block Incentive Fund (Community Building A.5.); (4) $12,000 in 1996 to Fund for Performances, Exhibits, Etc. (Community Building B.1.); (5) $2,000 in 1996 to Support Existing Annual Festivals (Community Building B.2.); (6) $1,080 ($480 in 1995; $250 in 1996; $200 in 1997; and $150 in 1999) to Leadership Meetings (Community Building C.1.); (7) $50,000 in 1996 to Community Policing (Community Building D.1.); (8) $22,000 ($16,950 in 1996 and $5,050 in 1997) to Crime Prevention (Initiatives (Community Building D.3.); 9) $5,000 in 1995 to Curfew Center (Community Building D.7.); (10) $3,000.25 in 1996 to Neighborhood Job and Resource Fair (Business Development A.1.); (11) $5,000 in 1996 to Support for Job Fair Participants (Business Development A.2.); (12) $41,750 in 1996 to ESB/Minority Contractor Directory (Business Development A.3.); (13) $110,048.34 ($40,700 in 1995 and $69,348.34 in 1996) to Personnel to Support Implementation (Business Development B.1.); (14) $20,000 in 1996 to Public Relations (Business Development F.4.); (15) $7,594 in 1995 to Fa%E7ade Grant Program (Business Development G.1.); (16) $20,000 in 1996 to Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.); (17) $14,999 in 1996 to Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing and City Services B.4.); (18) $1,750 in 1996 to Work with Officials (Housing and City Services C.1.); (19) $40,000 in 1996 to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.); (20) $59,777 ($11,000 in 1995; $21,552 in 1996; $2,050 in 1997; $23,175 in 1998; and $2,000 in 1999) to Youth Organizer (Youth and Family A.2.); and (21) $7,173 in 1996 to Minneapolis Kids Project (Youth and Family C.2.). The modification also revises the wording of the following strategies: (1) Publish Community Word (Community Building A.1.) is revised to include other communications strategies; (2) Block Clubs/Non-English Initiative (Community Building A.4.) is revised to broaden the uses of the NRP funds; (3) Block Incentive Fund (Community Building A.5.) is revised to broaden the uses of NRP funds; (4) Fund for Performances, Exhibits, Etc. (Community Building B.1.) is revised to add specificity for the future uses of available NRP funds; (5) Support Existing Annual Festivals (Community Building B.2.) is revised to include additional annual festivals; (6) Leadership Meetings (Community Building C.1.) is revised to include additional information; (7) Crime Prevention Initiatives (Community Building D.3.) is revised to broaden the uses of the funds beyond CCP/Safe initiatives; (8) Curfew Center (Community Building D.7.) is revised to include restorative justice programs; (9) Neighborhood Job and Resource Fair (Business Development A.1.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; (10) Support for Job Fair Participants (Business Development A.2.) is revised to broaden the uses of NRP funds; (11) ESB/Minority Contractor Directory (Business Development A.3.) is revised to broaden the uses of NRP funds; (12) Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.) is revised to include the expansion of the eligible area; (13) Public Relations (Business Development F.4.) is revised to include marketing efforts; (14) Fa%E7ade Grant Program (Business Development G.1.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; (15) Streetscape Projects (Business Development G.2.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; (16) Neighborhood-base Marketing (Housing and City Services A.4.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; (17) Block Leverage Fund (Housing and City Services B.2.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; (18) Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing and City Services B.4.) is revised to broaden the uses of the NRP funds; (19) Work with Officials (Housing and City Services C.1.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds; and (20) Minneapolis Kids Project (Youth and Family C.2.) is revised to include additional information on the future uses of available funds. Approval of this plan modification is retroactive to June 1, 2009.
20Full Action Plan04/06/10The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $22,000 in 1996 to Hosmer Library Learning/Tech Center (Youth and Family B.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $3,000 in 1996 from Block Incentive Fund (Community Building A.5.); (2) $7,000 in 1996 from Community Policing (Community Building D.1.); (3) $6,587 in 1996 from Crime Prevention Initiatives (Community Building D.3.); and (4) $5,413 in 1996 from Youth Organizer (Youth and Family A.2.). The modification also revises the wording of Hosmer Library Learning/Tech Center (Youth and Family B.1.) to provide for continued support for Hosmer Library.
21Full Action Plan09/22/10The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Inspection Department Demolitions (Housing A.3.) is revised to allow for funds under this strategy to be used to support the re-use of vacant lots.
22Full Action Plan02/03/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $1,080 ($480 in 1995; $250 in 1996; $200 in 1997; and $150 in 1999) from Leadership Meetings (Community Buildingt C.1.) to Fund for Performances, Exhibits, etc. (Community Building B.1.).
23Full Action Plan05/04/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $22,250 in Program Income from SNHS Problem Property Loan Fund (Housing and City Services A.5.) to Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing and City Services B.4.).
24Full Action Plan06/15/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $19,000 in Program Income from SNHS Problem Property Loan Fund (Housing and City Services A.5.) to Neighborhood-based Marketing (Housing and City Services A.4.).
25Full Action Plan07/08/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $3,000 in 1997 to Community Policing (Community Building D.1.) from Crime Prevention Initiatives (Community Building D.3.).
26Full Action Plan07/26/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.) to broaden the uses and qualified areas for these funds.
27Full Action Plan03/18/14The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate $6,000 in 1995 from Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.) to Neighborhood Job and Resource Fair (Business Development A.1.).
28Full Action Plan03/18/14The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate $6,000 in 1995 from Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.) to Neighborhood Job and Resource Fair (Business Development A.1.).
29Full Action Plan07/21/15The NCR Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $20,900 ($2,500 in 1995 and $18,400 in Program Income) to Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $2,500 in 1995 from Curfew Center (Community Building D.7.); and (2) $18,400 in Program Income from Neighborhood-based Marketing (Housing and City Services A.4.).
30Full Action Plan02/01/16The NCR Director, based on Policy Board approval, approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $83,134.27 from Phase I strategies to Phase II strategies. The modification reallocates funds from the following strategies: (1) $3,500 in 1995 from Publish Community Word (Community Building A.1.); (2) $3,400.34 in 1995 from Block Incentive Fund (Community Building A.5.); (3) $37,826.65 in 1995 from Assist Development of Opportunity Zone (Business Development C.1.); (4) $2,643.12 in 1995 from SNHS Problem Property Loan Fund (Housing and City Services A.5.); (5) $20,900 in 1995 from Personnel to Support Implementation (Housing and City Services D.1.); (6) $14,056 in 1996 from Youth Organizer (Youth and Family A.2.); and (7) $808.16 in 1995 from Youth Athletic Teams Support (Youth and Family D.5.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $7,708.50 in 1995 to Phase II strategy, Gardening and Healthy Eating Programs (Phase II Activities, Community Building/Youth and Family 1.B.2.); (2) $23,543.12 in 1995 to Phase II strategy, Housing Staff Support (Phase II Activities, Housing Plan 2.D.1.); and (3) $51,882.65 ($37,826.65 in 1995 and $14,056 in 1996) to Phase II strategy, Staff Support (Phase II Activities, Phase II Implementation 4.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #30 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
31Full Action Plan03/08/18The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $7,800 in 1996 from Phase I strategies to Phase II strategy, Gardening and Healthy Eating Programs (Phase II Activities, Community Building/Youth and Family 1.B.2.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $3,410.64 in 1996 from ESB/Minority Contractor Directory (Business Development A.3.); (2) $4,081.36 in 1996 from Streetscape Projects (Business Development G.2.); and (3) $308 in 1996 from Youth Organizer (Youth and Family A.2.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #31 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)

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