Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Hale, Page, Diamond Lake
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
2000
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 COMMUNITY AND CRIME
1.1.F Block Incentive Fund _ $7,000.00 $1,300.00 ____$8,300.00     3,6
1.2.A Community Oriented Police Program _ $36,747.69 $40,000.00 $5,000.00 $1,316.00 _$10,500.00 $93,563.69     3,5,6,8,16
1.2.B Officer/Resident Interaction _ $5,000.00 _____$5,000.00     2
1.3.A Brochure/Video/History/Home Tour _ $667.33 _____$667.33 $113.45   6
1.3.B HPDL Newsletter _ $6,286.27 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $9,890.00 $5,000.00 $36,176.27 $6,149.97   3,5,6
1.3.C Community Events _ $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $314.95 ___$3,314.95 $563.54   2,5,6
1.3.D Community Signs _ $746.40 _____$746.40     6
1.4.B Youth Network _ ______      2, 3
1.4.C Senior Outreach/Programming _ _$7,125.00 ___$5,000.00 $12,125.00     3,5
1.5.A Resource Center Network _ $1,000.00 _____$1,000.00     16
1.6.B Pearl Park - Resource Center 2 _ _$79,498.00 ____$79,498.00     3
1.7.A Implementation Staff _ $199,468.09 $69,977.00 $29,435.05 $31,250.00 $29,360.00 $69,250.00 $428,740.14 $72,885.82 $107,418.91 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12,13,14,15
02 EDUCATION
2.2.D Hale School/Neighborhood - Communication _ $213.00 _____$213.00     3
2.2.F Hale School - Coordinator _ $24,792.03 _____$24,792.03     16
2.3.A Hale School - Assess Facilities _ $12,500.00 _____$12,500.00      
2.3.C Hale School - Implement Improvements _ $398,000.00 _____$398,000.00     10
03 PARKS AND RECREATION
3.1.A Pearl Park - Improvements _ _$457,000.00 ____$457,000.00      
3.2.A Pearl Park - Upgrade Fields/Grounds _ _$150,000.00 ____$150,000.00      
3.3.A Increase Youth Programs _ $1,800.00 $6,600.00 $4,000.00 $1,913.41 __$14,313.41     2,3,4,6
3.4.B Diamond Lake - Nature Path _ $84,537.83 _____$84,537.83     16
3.6.A Design/Beautification/Greening Group _ ______      2
3.6.B Improve Environment _ $10,300.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $770.59 __$14,070.59     2,3,4,6
04 HOUSING
4.1.A Revolving Loan Fund _ $285,918.91 ____$9,000.00 $294,918.91 $294,918.91 $109,651.72 5,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16
4.4.A Senior Housing _ _____$500.00 $500.00 $500.00    
4.4.B Senior Housing Options _ ______      5
05 COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT
5.1.A HPDL Business Association _ $1,500.00 ____$750.00 $2,250.00     5
5.2.B Commercial Rehab Fund _ $69,601.00 _____$69,601.00     7,16
06 TRANSPORTATION
6.1.A Airport Noise Reduction Measures _ $800.00 _____$800.00     2, 4
6.1.B Airport Noise Stickers _ ______      2
6.3.A Park and Ride Study _ ______      1
07 CITY/COUNTY STREETS AND SERVICES
7.1.B Street Improvements _ $2,500.00 _____$2,500.00     2, 3
7.2.C Public Improvements _ $7,000.00 _____$7,000.00     2, 3, 4
PHASE 1r TOTAL  $10,821.45           $10,821.45   $5,800.00  
TOTAL  $1,168,200.00 $820,000.00 $45,250.00 $40,250.00 $39,250.00 $2,212,950.00 $375,131.69 $222,870.63  
% FOR HOUSING17%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan11/24/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $15,000 in 1994 from Park and Ride Study (Public Transportation 3.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.).
2Full Action Plan11/24/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift a total of $24,900 in the folowing manner: (1) $8,600 ($6,000 in 1994 and $2,600 in 1995) from Employment Opportunities (Community and Crime 4.A-B.) to Improve Outreach (Parks and Recreation 3.A-B.); (2) $1,000 in 1995 from Resource Center Office (Community and Crime 6.A-B.) to Community Events (Community and Crime 3.C.); (3) $5,000 in 1994 from Street Improvements (City/County Streets 1.A-B.) to Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.); (4) $8,800 in 1994 from Public Improvements (City/County Streets 2.A-C.) to Improve Environment (Parks and Recreation 6.A-B.); and (5) $1,500 in 1994 from Public Improvements (City/County Streets 2.A-C.) to Reduce Airport Noise (Public Transportation 1.A-D.). This modification also amends the language of Improve Environment (Parks and Recreation 6.A-B.) to include water quality issues.
3Full Action Plan07/29/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to realocate a total of $78,389. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1996 from Establish Block Clubs (Community and Crime 1.A-F.); (2) $3,400 in 1995 from Employment Opportunities (Community and Crime 4.A-B.); (3) $12,502 in 1995 from Resource Center Office (Community and Crime 6.A-B.); (4)$1,787 in 1994 from Communications (Education 2.D.); (5) $4,000 in 1998 from Improve Programming (Parks and Recreation 3.A-B); (6) $1,500 in 1998 from Improve Environment (Parks and Recreation 6.A-B.); (7) $22,500 in 1994 from Street Improvements (City/County Streets 1.A-B.); and (8) $27,700 in 1994 from Public Improvements (City/County Streets 2.A-C.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies:(1) $5,000 in 1996 to Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.); (2) $4,890 in 1998 to HPDL Newsletter (Community and Crime 3.B.); (3) $7,125 in 1995 to Outreach to Seniors (Community and Crime 4.C.); and (4) $61,374 ($51,987 in 1994; $8,777 in 1995; and $610 in 1998) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.).
4Full Action Plan04/19/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $15,400 to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1994 from Public Improvements (City/County Streets 2.A-C); (2) $8,200 in 1994 from Improve Programming (Parks and Recreation 3.A-B.); (3) $1,500 in 1997 from Improve Environment (Parks and Recreation 6.A-B.); and (4) $700 in 1994 from Reduce Airport Noise (Public Transportation 1.A-D.).
5Full Action Plan06/20/00The NRP Director, based on Policy Board and City Council approvals, approved a modification to the plan to allocate an additional $100,000 in 2000 to the plan for the following eight strategies: (1) $25,000 to Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.); (2) $5,000 to HPDL Newsletter (Community and Crime 3.B.); (3) $1,200 to Community Events (Community and Crime 3.C.); (4) $5,000 to Outreach to Seniors (Community and Crime 4.C.); (5) $53,550 to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.); (6) $9,000 to Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.); (7) $500 to Senior Housing (Housing 4.A-B.); and (8) $750 to Establish Business Association (Commercial Development 1.A-D.).
6Full Action Plan03/27/01The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total $9,957.91 from the following five strategies: (1) $3,700 in 1995 from Establish Block Clubs (Community and Crime 1.A-F.); (2) $532.67 in 1994 from Community Brochure/Video (Community and Crime 3.A.); (3) $2,885.05 ($685.05 in 1996; $1,000 in 1997; and $1,200 in 2000) from Community Events (Community and Crime 3.C.); (4) $753.60 in 1994 from Community Signs (Community and Crime 3.D.); and (5) $2,086.59 in 1997 from Improve Programming (Parks and Recreation 3.A-B.). The funds are reallocated to the following four strategies: (1) $1,316 in 1997 to Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.); (2) $1,286.27 in 1994 to HPDL Newsletter (Community and Crime 3.B.); (3) $6,585.05 ($3,700 in 1995; $685.05 in 1996; $1,000 in 1997; and $1,200 in 2000) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.); and (4) $770.59 in 1997 to Improve Environment (Parks and Recreation 6.A-B.).
7Full Action Plan11/14/01 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,500 in 1994 from Commercial Rehab Fund (Commercial Development 2.B.) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.).
8Full Action Plan01/03/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $14,500 in 2000 from Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.).
9Full Action Plan02/06/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 in Program Income from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community and Crime 7.A.).
10Full Action Plan06/14/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $7,500 in 1994 from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to School Physical Plant (Education 3.A-C.).
11Full Action Plan09/07/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 in Program Income from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community & Crime 7.A.).
12Full Action Plan03/11/05 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 in Program Income from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community & Crime 7.A.).
13Full Action Plan08/15/05 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 in Program Income from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community & Crime 7.A.).
14Full Action Plan12/16/05 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 in 1994 from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community & Crime 7.A.).
15Full Action Plan09/05/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,000 ($12,581.09 in 1994 and $11,418.91 in Program Income) from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.) to Implementation Staff (Community & Crime 7.A.).
16Full Action Plan12/10/07 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $16,621.45 ($10,821.45 in 1994 and $5,800 in Program Income) to Phase II strategy, Support Neighborhood Organization (Phase II Action Plan, Building Community 1.A.2.) from the following six strategies: (1) $3,252.31 in 1994 from Community Policing (Community and Crime 2.A-B.); (2) $1,000 in 1994 from Resouce Center Network (Community and Crime 5.A.); (3) $207.97 in 1994 from Hale School Coordinator (Educatione 2.F.); (4) $462.17 in 1994 from Diamond Lake Nature Area (Parks and Recreation 4.A-B.); (5) $5,800 in Program Income from Revolving Loan Fund (Housing 1.A.); and (6) $5,899 in 1994 from Commercial Rehab Fund (Commercial Development 2.B.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #16 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)

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