Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Fulton
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 CARING FOR OUR NEIGHBORHOOD'S ASSETS
1 Home Improvement Revolving Loan Fund $95,000.00 $126,737.18 ____$221,737.18 $221,737.18 $23,000.00 1,7,8,9,11
2 Fulton Streetscape Project _ $10,000.00 $50,000.00 $15,500.00 $4,183.00 _$79,683.00     6,10
3 50th/France Site Survey $2,530.00 _____$2,530.00     4
4 Garden Club Streetscape $821.82 _____$821.82     9
6.1 Pershing Park - Safety Lighting _ _____      2
6 Neighborhood Park Improvements $7,300.00 $137,060.63 ____$144,360.63     2,4,9
6.2 Minnehaha Creek - Footbridge Project _ _____      2
6.3 Pershing Park - Other Improvements _ _____      2
7 Adopt-a-Park Program _ _____      4
8 Lake Harriet Spiff the Biffs _ $5,000.00 ____$5,000.00      
10 Milfoil Harvester _ $7,437.38 ____$7,437.38     9
11 Environment Committee Education Programs _ _____      2
12 Environment Committee Organizing $336.00 $33,864.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $39,000.00     2,4,7
13 Clean Sweep Program _ _____      4
15 Fulton School - Campus Redevelopment _ $112,300.00 $92,600.00 ___$204,900.00     3
16 Gym Access - Security Doors _ _____      3, 4
17 Neighborhood Gym Access - Personnel $5,000.00 _____$5,000.00     4,9
02 BUILDING A SENSE OF COMMUNITY
19 Neighborhood Volunteer Program _ $115.44 $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 $915.44     11
20.1 Brochure Racks (Pershing Park) _ $602.01 ____$602.01     11
20.2 Information Packets _ $200.00 ____$200.00 $42.00   4
20.3 Welcome Packets $2,500.00 $160.00 $160.00 $160.00 $160.00 $160.00 $3,300.00 $693.00   6
21 Fulton Neighborhood News $3,000.00 $8,978.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $13,018.14 $8,500.00 $43,496.14 $9,134.19   4,6
22 Fulton Historical Exhibit _ _____      3,4,6
23 Neighborhood Resource Booklet _ _____      4
24 Family and Youth Education Program _ _____      3, 4
25 Neighborhood Arts Program _ $2,000.00 $1,000.00 $4,138.31 $2,861.69 _$10,000.00     4
26 Boundary Signs $1,334.00 _____$1,334.00     4
27 Informational Kiosks $5,500.00 ____$1,000.00 $6,500.00     12
03 STRENGTHENING OUR CAPACITY TO ORGANIZE AND INFORM OURSELV
31 NRP Implementation Coordinator $37,500.00 $32,954.16 $26,250.00 $19,500.00 $15,475.00 $15,425.00 $147,104.16 $30,891.87   11
32 Fulton Festival $3,750.00 $12,608.00 $16,398.14 $14,446.86 $6,332.00 $3,640.00 $57,175.00 $12,006.75   4,6
34 Block Development Program _ ____$227.41 $227.41     11
35 Fulton Neighborhood Web Page _ _____      4
37 Landlord/Tenant/Homeowner Association _ _____      1
04 PROVIDING SAFE AND EFFICIENT STREETS
40 50th Street Transportation Plan $52,500.00 $54,673.91 $40,000.00 _$6,192.00 _$153,365.91     9,10
41 Fulton Neighborhood Transportation Plan _ _____      6
42 Safety Committee $23,000.00 $3,193.12 $3,200.00 $6,593.14 $3,806.86 $5,200.00 $44,993.12     5,6,9,12
43 Safety Programs _ _____      5
44 Produce/Promote Safety Information $5,000.00 _____$5,000.00      
45 50th/Xerxes Pedestrian Scale Lighting _ $34,549.00 ____$34,549.00     10
46 54th/Penn Business District Streetscape $500.00 $12,268.00 ____$12,768.00     10
06 EDUCATION
49 Fulton School Technology Lab $1,000.00 $35,920.39 ____$36,920.39     8
50 Southwest High - Computer Lab and Access _ $11,370.91 ____$11,370.91     8
51 Southwest High - Campus Site Improvement _ _____      8
52 Southwest High - Gym/Pool Access _ _____      4,8
53 Creative Learning Program _ _____      3,4,8
54 Youth Reading Program _ _$500.00 $500.00 __$1,000.00     8
06 BUILDING CONNECTIONS AND DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS
55.1 Reading Programs - Junior Great Books $206.00 __$300.00 $300.00 $300.00 $1,106.00     3,8
55.2 Junior Achievement $11.96 _____$11.96     8
56 School and Community Connections $400.00 $1,000.00 ____$1,400.00      
57.1 Grant Fund - Family and Youth _ $5,965.17 $7,381.86 ___$13,347.03     6,9
57.2 Grant Fund - Other Programs _ $3,340.00 $4,000.00 $861.69 $146.31 _$8,348.00 $1,753.08   4,6,9
PHASE 1r TOTAL$2,400.22 $36,862.70 $400.00 $400.00 $900.00 $1,872.59 $42,835.51   $121,711.94  
TOTAL$249,590.00 $689,160.00 $248,290.00 $68,800.00 $54,775.00 $37,725.00 $1,348,340.00 $276,258.07 $144,711.94  
% FOR HOUSING21%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan06/22/98The NRP Director approved a plan modification to shift $5,000 in 1996 (First Step funds) from Landlord/Tenants/Homeowners Association (Strengthening Our Capaity to Organize Ourselves #37) to Home Improvement Loan Program (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets #1).
2Full Action Plan05/10/99The NRP Director approved a plan modification to (a) revise the language of Environment Committee Organizing (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 12.) to add additional committee activities; (b) reallocate $4,000 ($800 each year 1998-2002) from Environment Committee Education Programs (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 11.) to Environment Committee Organizing (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 12.); and (c) revise the language of Neighborhood Park Improvements (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 6.) to delete the existing strategy components, add new strategy activities relating to Pershing Park and Minnehaha Creek, and combining all of the funds allocated under the strategy in 1998 ($17,000 for Safety Lighting, $80,000 for Footbridge Project, and $33,000 for Other Improvements for a total of $130,000) to Neighborhood Park Improvements.
3Full Action Plan12/13/99The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $24,900 to Fulton School Campus Redevelopment Project (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 15.) from the following strategies: (1) $8,000 in 1998 from Gym Access - Security Doord (Caring for our Neighborhood's Assets 16.); (2) $11,800 ($($10,000 in 1998 and $1,800 in 1999) from Fulton Historical Exhibit (Building a Sense of Community 22.); (3) $3,500 ($3,000 in 1998 and $500 in 1999) from Youth and Family Programming (Building a Sense of Community 24.); (3) $1,000 in 1998 from Creative Learning Program (Promoting Educational Opportunities 53.); and (4) $600 ($300 in 1998 and $300 in 1999) from Junior Great Books (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 55.1.).
4Full Action Plan05/08/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $54,478 to the following strategies: (1) $15,300 ($7,300 in 1996 and $8,000 in 1998) to Neighborhood Park Improvements (Caring for our Neighborhood's Assets 6); (2) $10,000 ($336 in 1996 and $9,664 in 1998) to Environment Committee Organizing (Caring for our Neighborhood's Assets 12); (3) $3,978 in 1998 to Fulton Neighborhood News (Building a Sense of Community 21); (4) $5,000 ($3,138.31 in 2000 and $$1,861.69 in 2001) to Neighborhood Arts Program (Building a Sense of Community 25); (5) $19,200 ($1,608 in 1998; $2,780 in 1999; $6,840 in 2000; $5,332 in 2001; and $2,640 in 2002) to FNA Organization and Outreach (Strengthening Our Capacity to Organize and Inform Ourselves 32); and (6) $1,000 in 1998 to Creative Learning Program (Promoting Educational Opportunities 53). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $7,470 in 1996 from 50th and France Site Survey (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 3); (2)$1,000 ($200 in each year 1998 through 2002) from Adopt-A-Park Program (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 7); (3) $2,000 ($400 in each year 1998 through 2002) from Clean Sweep Program (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 13); (4) $8,000 in 1998 from Gym Access-Security Doors (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 16); (5) $10,000 in 1998 from Gym Access-Personnel (Caring for Our Neighborhood's Assets 17); (6) $4,000 in 1998 from Information Packets (Building a Sense of Community 20.2); (7) $3,200 ($700 in 1999 and $2,500 in 2000) from Fulton Historical Exhibit (Building a Sense of Community 22); (8) $650 in 1998 from Neighborhood Resource Booklet (Building a Sense of Community 23); (9) $1,000 ($500 in 2000 and $500 in 2001) from Youth and Family Programming (Building a Sense of Community 24); (10) $166 in 1996 from Boundary Signs (Building a Sense of Community 26); (11) $500 in 1998 from Fulton Neighborhood Web Page (Strengthening Our Capacity to Organize and Inform Ourselves 35); (12) $10,000 ($1,480 in 1999 $3,240 in 2000; $3,240 in 2001; and $2,040 in 2002) from Southwest Gym and Pool Access Project (Promoting Educational Opportunities 52); (13) $500 in 1998 from Reading Program for Youth (Promoting Educational Opportunities 54); and (14) $5,992 ($3,138.31 in 2000 and $2,853.69 in 2001) from Grant Fund for Youth and Community Programs - Other Programs (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 57.2).
5Full Action Plan12/04/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $10,000 in 1996 from Safety Programs (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 43) to Safety Committee (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 42).
6Full Action Plan05/14/01The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $67,493.14 from the following strategies: (1) $5,125 in 2001 from Fulton Streetscape Project (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 2); (2) $5,000 ($2,500 in 2001 and $2,500 in 2002) from Fulton Historical Exhibit (Building a Sense of Community 22); (3) $49,750 ($19,750 in 1996; $10,000 in 1998; $10,000 in 1999; and $10,000 in 2000); (4) $2,618.14 in 1999 from Family and Youth Grant Fund (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 57.1); and (5) $5,000 ($1,000 in 2001 and $4,000 in 2002) from Grant Fund for Other Programs (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 57.2). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $2,500 in 1996 to Welcome Packets (Building a Sense of Community 20.3); (2) $14,518.14 ($3,000 in 1996; $8,018.14 in 2001; and $3,500 in 2002) to Fulton Neighborhood News (Building a Sense of Community 21); (3) $30,475 ($1,250 in 1996; $10,000 in 1998; $12,618.14 in 1999; and $6,606.86 in 2000) to FNA Organization and Outreach (Strengthening Our Capacity to Organize and Inform Ourselves 32); and (4) $20,000 ($13,000 in 1996; $3,393.14 in 2000; $606.81 in 2001; and $3,000 in 2002) to Safety Committee (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 42).
7Full Action Plan03/27/02The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $23,000 in 1998 from Home Improvement Loan Program (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 1) to Environment Committee Organizing (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 12). [Please note: This plan modification moved funds allocated in 1998. CEE, however, returned $23,000 in Program Income (rather than amending the contract to remove $23,000) because the contracted Action Plan funds had already been spent.]
8Full Action Plan06/09/058. On June 9, 2005, the NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $128,289.74 from the following strategies: (1) $104,909 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loan Program (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 1); (2) $9,079.61 in 1998 from Fulton School Technology Lab (Promoting Educational Opportunities 49); (3) $1,129.09 in 1998 from Southwest Computer Lab and Access Agreement (Promoting Educational Opportunities 50); (4) $8,750 in 1998 from Southwest Campus Site Improvement (Promoting Educational Opportunities 51); (5) $1,200 in 2002 from Southwest Gym and Pool Access Project (Promoting Educational Opportunities 52); (6) $1,000 in 1998 from Creative Learning Program (Promoting Educational Opportunities 53); (7) $1,000 ($500 in 2001 and $500 in 2002) from Reading Program for Youth (Promoting Educational Opportunities 54); (8) $1,034 in 1996 from Junior Great Books (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 55.1); and (9) $188.04 in 1996 from Junior Achievement (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 55.2). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $23,380.74 (1,222.04 in 1996; $19,958.70 in 1998; $500 in 2001; and $1,700 in 2002) to Education Enhancement Initiatives (Phase II Rollover 9); and (2) $104,909 in Program Income to Implementation Coordinator and Support (Phase II Rollover 10). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #8 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
9Full Action Plan02/10/09 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $14,653.79 from the following strategies: (1) $262.82 in 1998 from Home Improvement Loan Program (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 1); (2) $178.18 in 1996 from Garden Club Streetscaping (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 4); (3) $939.37 in 1998 from Neighborhood Park Improvements (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 6); (4) $2,562.62 in 1998 from Milfoil Harvester (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 10); (5) $5,000 in 1998 from Gym Access - Personnel (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 17); (6) $1,009.09 in 1998 from 50th Street Traffic Plan Implementation (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 40); (7) $6.88 in 1998 from Safety Committee (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 42); (8) $4,034.83 in 1998 from Grant Fund for Youth and Community Programs - Family and Youth (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 57.1); and (9) $660 in 1998 from Grant Fund for Youth and Community Programs - Other Programs (Building Connections and Developing Partnerships 57.2). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $3,680.17 in 1998 to Environmental Initiatives (Phase II Rollover 4); and (2) $10,973.62 ($178.18 in 1996 and $10,795.44 in 1998) to Implementation Coordinator and Support (Phase II Rollover 10). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #9 and Phase II Plan Modification #3.)
10Full Action Plan07/09/09 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $21,875 ($15,683 in 1998 and $6,192 in 2001) to 50th Street Traffic Plan Implementation (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 40). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $6,192 in 2001 from Fulton Streetscape Project (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 2); (2) $11,451 in 1998 from 50th and Xerxes Pedestrian Scale Lighting (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 45); and (3) $4,232 in 1998 from 50th and Penn Pedestrian Scale Lighting (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 46).
11Full Action Plan05/24/10The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $21,603.92 ($3,428.39 in 1998; $400 in 1999; $400 in 2000; $400 in 2001; $172.59 in 2002; and $16,802.94 in Program Income) to Phase II strategy, Implementation Coordinator and Support (Phase II Rollover 10). The funds are reallocated from the following Phase I strategies: (1) $16,802.94 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loan Program (Caring For Our Neighborhood's Assets 1); (2) $84.56 in 1998 from Neighborhood Volunteer Program (Building a Sense of Community 19); (3) $2,397.99 in 1998 from Brochure Racks (Building a Sense of Community 20.1.); (4) $545.84 in 1998 from NRP Implementation and Administration (Strengthening our Capacity to Organize 31); and (5) $1,772.59 ($400 in each of the years 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001; and $172.59 in 2002) from Block Development Program (Strengthening our Capacity to Organize 34). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #11 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)
12Full Action Plan03/06/15The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $15,286.65 in Program Income previously rolled over to Phase II from Phase II strategy, Implementation Coordinator and Support (Phase II Rollover 10) to Phase II strategy, Neighborhood Housing Fund (Phase II Rollover 1). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #12 and Phase II Plan Modification #7.) The modification also reallocates $1,000 in 2002 from Safety Committee (Providing Safe and Efficient Streets 42) to Informational Kiosks (Building a Sense of Community 27).

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