Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Hawthorne
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOOD APPEARANCE
1.1.1.A Home Improvement Grant Program $176,925.49 ______$176,925.49 $176,925.49   17,18
1.1.1.B Home Improvement Loan Program $190,000.00 $150,000.00 $200,000.00 $175,000.00 ___$715,000.00 $715,000.00   7,13
1.1.2.A Rental Property Owner Collaboration _ _____$10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00   15,16
1.1.2.B Rental Rehab Deferred Loans / Grants $26,861.31 $50,000.00 $113,138.69 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 _$340,000.00 $340,000.00   13
1.1.2.C Renter Assistance Program _ _$10,000.00 $10,000.00 ___$20,000.00 $20,000.00   13
1.1.3.A Demolitions $117,919.69 ______$117,919.69 $117,919.69   1,2,13
1.1.3.B Acquisition/Demolition $264,280.63 __$100,000.00 ___$364,280.63 $364,280.63 $50,259.00 1,2,4,6,13,18
1.1.4.D Downpayment Assistance _ _$50,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 __$150,000.00 $150,000.00   10,13
1.1.4.E Construct New Single-Family Homes $169,072.62 $50,000.00 $100,000.00 ____$319,072.62 $319,072.62   2,13,18
1.1.4.F Lowry Avenue Housing Development $5,000.00 ___$10,000.00 _$10,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00   4,13,18
1.1.5.A Green and Clean Program $8,123.34 ______$8,123.34     5
1.1.5.B Graffiti Removal $14,300.00 _$299.89 ____$14,599.89     3,5,8,11,13,16,18
1.1.5.C Marketing Campaign _ _$38,000.00 ____$38,000.00 $38,000.00   3,8,11
1.1.5.E Housing Staff Person $30,000.00 $28,000.00 $22,400.00 $21,000.00 $9,800.00 $8,400.00 _$119,600.00 $119,600.00    
02 JOB DEVELOPMENT, BUSINESS & THE ENVIRONMENT
2.1.1.A Employment Survey $5,000.00 _$1,937.91 ____$6,937.91     12,16
2.1.2.A Expand Existing Employment Programs _ ______      5
2.1.3.A Youth Employment $37,000.00 ______$37,000.00     13
2.2.1.A Business Assistance Projects $10,000.00 ______$10,000.00      
2.2.2.A Business Incubator $28,073.59 ______$28,073.59     7,13,16
2.2.2.B Equity Fund for Businesses _ ______      7,12,13
2.2.2.C Technical Assistance to Business $35,500.00 _$3,751.00 ____$39,251.00     13,15,16,19,20
2.3.1.A West Broadway Improvements $125,000.00 _$20,000.00 ____$145,000.00     8,13,19
2.3.1.B Penn-Lowry Plan Implementation _ _$5,000.00 ____$5,000.00     8,13,16
2.4.1.A Encourage New School in Hawthorne $795.00 ______$795.00     5
2.5.1.A 26th Avenue Greenway Development $4,600.00 _$40,000.00 ____$44,600.00     13
2.5.1.B Signage for Bike Route $1,000.00 _$5,500.00 ____$6,500.00     14
2.5.2.A Stormwater Runoff Prevention Projects _ $41,751.00 _____$41,751.00     13,15,16
2.5.2.B Environmental Initiatives _ $10,000.00 _____$10,000.00     13
2.5.2.C Environmental Initiatives Tech. Support _ _$15,000.00 $14,000.00 $12,000.00 __$41,000.00      
2.5.2.E Environmental Communications (MCNC) _ _$1,500.00 ____$1,500.00     16
03 CRIME PREVENTION & FAMILY SAFETY
3.1.1.A Farview Park Youth Programs $6,500.00 $26,000.00 $26,000.00 $26,000.00 $26,000.00 $51,000.00 _$161,500.00     2,13
3.1.1.B Tree House Program $10,000.00 ______$10,000.00      
3.1.1.C Expand Services and Resources _ _$100,000.00 $100,000.00 $100,000.00 __$300,000.00      
3.1.2.A Block Club Grants $23,500.00 ____$20,000.00 _$43,500.00     13,18
3.1.2.B Block Club Staff Support _ $26,000.00 $20,800.00 $19,500.00 $9,100.00 $7,800.00 _$83,200.00      
3.1.3.A Traffic Calming Measures _ ______      16
3.1.3.B Improve Lighting at Public Facilities _ _$7,719.74 __$5,000.00 _$12,719.74     9,13,15,16,18
3.1.4.A Police Buy-Back $20,000.00 $20,000.00 _____$40,000.00      
3.1.4.B Lowry Substation $462.21 ______$462.21     16
3.1.4.C Farview Park Cell Phones _ ______      2
3.1.4.D Restorative Justice _ _$19,700.00 ____$19,700.00     16
04 NEIGHBORHOOD ADMINISTRATION & CAPACITY BUILDING
4.1.1.A.1 Administrative Support $93,745.86 $50,749.00 $302,701.77 $71,220.00 $68,875.00 $56,515.00 $26,990.00 $670,796.63 $456,141.71   5,8,13,15,16
4.1.1.B Leadership Development _ _$2,500.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,500.00 _$15,000.00 $10,200.00   13
PHASE 1r TOTAL$306,340.26   $83,751.00         $390,091.26      
TOTAL$1,710,000.00 $452,500.00 $1,189,700.00 $639,220.00 $338,275.00 $206,215.00 $4,582,900.00 $2,862,140.14 $50,259.00  
% FOR HOUSING68%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1First Step03/23/98The NRP Policy Board approved a modification to the First Step/Early Access Plan to create a new strategy, Aquisition/Demolition (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.F.). The new strategy is funded with $492,119 shifted in 1997 from 249 Demolitions (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.).
2Full Action Plan08/23/09Approval of the full Action Plan will rellocate (1) $150,000 in 1996 from 249 Demolitions (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.A) to Construct New Single Family Homes (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.E); (2) $100,000 in 1996 from Acquisition and Demolition of Properties (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.B.) to Construct New Single Family Homes (Housing and Neighborhood appearance 1.4.E.); and (3) $1,500 in 1997 from Cell Phones for Park Staff (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.4.C.) to Expand Activities at Farview Park (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.1.A.)
3Full Action Plan02/16/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $4,000 in 2000 to Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.) from Marketing Campaign (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.C.).
4Full Action Plan05/24/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $5,000 in 1996 to Lowry Avenue Housing Development (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.F.) from Acquisition and Demolition of Properties (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.B.).
5Full Action Plan10/23/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $5,081.66 in 1997 from the following two strategies: (1) $2,876.66 from "Green and Clean" Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.A.); and (2) Encourage New School in Hawthorne (Job Development, Business and the Environment 4.A.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following two strategies: (1) $1,300 to Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.); and (2) 3,781.66 to Administrative Support (Neighborhood Administration and Capacity 1.1.A.).
6Full Action Plan05/16/01The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the wording of Acquisition and Demolition of Properties (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.B..) to enable the use of NRP funds to assist home owners who have been victims of house "flipping".
7Full Action Plan08/08/01The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $200,000 ($100,000 in 2000 and $100,000 in 2001) from Expand Existing Employment Programs (Job Development, Business and the Environment 1.2.A.) to the following strategies: (1) $25,000 in 2000 to Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.1.B.); (2) $100,000 in 2001 to Business Incubator Support (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.A.); and (3) $75,000 in 2000 to Equity Fund for Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.B.).
8Full Action Plan01/14/02 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $24,000 in 2000 to the following strategies: (1) $4,000 to Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.); and (2) $20,000 to Administrative Support (Neighborhood Administration nand Capacity Building 1.1.A.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $4,000 from Marketing Campaign (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.C.); (2) $10,000 from West Broadway Improvements (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.A.); and (3) $10,000 from Penn-Lowry Plan Implementation (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.B.).
9Full Action Plan03/06/02 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language of Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.) to include additional infrastructure improvements.
10Full Action Plan04/08/02The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language of Downpayment Assistance (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.D.) to include the Hawthorne Homestead Program and deferred second mortgages. The Director's approval was conditioned on the funds being made available to both current and future neighborhood residents.
11Full Action Plan12/16/02The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $4,000 in 2000 from Marketing Campaign (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.C.) to Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.).
12Full Action Plan10/25/04 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $5,000 in 2000 from Equity Fund for Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.B.) to Employment Survey (Job Development, Business and the Environment 1.1.A.).
13Full Action Plan04/28/05The NRP Director approved, based on Policy Board approval, a plan modification to reallocate a total of $674,741.57 from the following strategies: (1) $30,000 ($10,000 in each of the years 2002, 2003 and 2004) from Renter Assistance Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.C.); (2) $39,961.31 in 1996 from 249 Demolitions (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.A.); (3) $50,000 in 2003 from Downpayment Assistance (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.D.); (4) $320,500 ($220,500 in 1998 and $100,000 in 2001) from Business Incubator Support (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.A.); (5) $120,000 in 2000 from Equity Fund for Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.B.); (6) $20,000 in 2000 from Penn-Lowry Plan Implementation (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.B.); (7) $37,000 in 1999 from Storm Water Runoff Prevention Projects (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.2.A.); (8) $15,000 in 1999 from Environmental Initiatives (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.2.B.); and (9) $42,280.26 in 2000 from Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $40,000 ($4,500 in 1996 and $35,500 in 1998) to Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.1.B.); (2) $70,000 ($6,861.31 in 1996 and $63,138.69 in 2000) to Rental Rehab Deferred Loans/Grants (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.B.); (3) $100,000 in 2001 to Acquisition and Demolition of Properties (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.B.); (4) $50,000 in 1999 to Construct New Single-Family Homes (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.E.); (5) $20,000 ($10,000 in 2002 and $10,000 in 2004) to Lowry Avenue Housing Development (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.F.); (6) $9,000 in 1996 to Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.); (7) $15,000 in 1996 to Expand Youth Employment Programs (Job Development, Business and the Environment 1.3.A.); (8) $75,000 in 1998 to Technical Assistance to Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.C.); (9) $110,000 in 1998 to West Broadway Improvements (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.A.); (10) $4,600 in 1996 to 26th Avenue Greenway (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.1.A.); (11) $25,000 in 2003 to Expand Activities at Farview Park (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.1.A.); (12) $20,000 in 2003 to Block Club Grants (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.2.A.); (13) $5,000 in 2003 to Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.); (14) $126,141.57 ($2,000 in 1999; $119,141.57 in 2000; and $5,000 in 2003) to Administrative Support (Neighborhood Administration and Capacity Building 1.1.A.); and (15) $5,000 in 2003 to Leadership Development (Neighborhood Administration and Capacity Building 1.1.B.). The modification also revises the wording of two strategies: (1) West Broadway Improvements (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.A.) is revised to include other commercial corridors and to include outreach and marketing as eligible activities; and (2) Block Club Grants (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.2.A.) is revised to include community building projects.
14Full Action Plan07/23/07The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language of Bike Path (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.1.B.) to add other pedestrian and bicycle-related amenities.
15Full Action Plan01/28/08The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $24,996 ($6,429 in 1999 and $18,747 in 2000) to Administrative Support (Neighborhood Administration and Capacity Building 1.1.A.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies (1) $6,249 in 2000 from Rental Property Owner Collaboration (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.); (2) $6,249 in 2000 from Technical Assistance to Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.C.); (3) $6,249 in 1999 from Storm Water Prevention Projects (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.2.A.); and (4) $6,429 in 2000 from Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.).
16Full Action Plan04/20/09 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $116,777.40 from the following strategies: (1) $33,751 ($3,751 in 2000; $10,000 in 2001; $10,000 in 2002; and $10,000 in 2003) from Rental Property Owner Collaboration (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.); (2) $6,700.11 in 2000 from Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.); (3) $3,062.09 in 2000 from Employment Survey (Job Development, Business and the Environment 1.1.A.); (4) $1,426.41 in 1998 from Business Incubator Support (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.A.); (5) $20,000 in 2000 from Technical Assistance to Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.C.); (6) $5,000 in 1999 from Storm Water Runoff Prevention Projects (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.2.A.); (7) $1,000 in 2000 from Environmental Communications (MCNC) (Job Development, Business and the Environment 5.2.E.); (8) $30,000 in 2000 from Traffic Calming Measures (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.A.); (9) $15,000 in 2000 from Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.); (10) $537.79 in 1997 from Lowry Substation (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.4.B.); and (11) $300 in 2000 from Restorative Justice (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.4.D.);. The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 2000 to Penn-Lowry Plan Implementation (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.B.); and (2) $111,777.40 ($537.79 in 1997; $1,426.41 in 1998; $5,000 in 1999; $74,813.20 in 2000; $10,000 in 2001; $10,000 in 2002; and $10,000 in 2003) to Administrative Support (Neighborhood Administration and Capacity Building 1.1.A.).
17Full Action Plan07/22/10The NRP Director approved a plan modification to revise the language of Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.1.A.) to include grants to housing developers for "green" improvements.
18Full Action Plan02/28/11Approval of the Phase II Action Plan reallocates a total of $365,591.26 from the following strategies: (1) $73,074.51 in 1997 from Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.1.A.); (2) $122,838.37 in 1996 from Acquisition and Demolition of Properties (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.3.B.); (3) $80,927.38 in 1996 from Construct New Single-Family Homes (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.E.); (4) $50,000 in 2000 from Lowry Avenue Housing Development (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.F.); (5) $5,000 in 2000 from Graffiti Removal (Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.5.B.); (6) $5,000 in 1997 from Block Club Grants (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.2.A.); and (7) $28,751 in 2000 from Improve Lighting at Public Facilities (Crime Prevention and Family Safety 1.3.B.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $73,074.51 in 1997 to Rehabiliation Loan Program (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.1.A.); (2) $77,838.37 in 1996 to Acquisition/Demolition/Rehabilitation (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.); (3) $80,927.38 in 1996 to Construct New Single Family Homes (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.B.); (4) $50,000 in in 2000 to Lowry Corridor Housing Developments (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.7.A.); (5) $5,000 in 2000 to Marketing Strategy (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.8.A.); (6) $45,000 in 1996 to Housing Staff Person (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.8.B.); (7) $5,000 in 1997 to Crime and Safety Committee Staff (Phase II Plan, Crime and Safety 1.1.B.); (8) $10,000 in 2000 to Expand Activities at Farview Park (Phase II Plan, Crime and Safety 1.3.A.); and (9) $18,751 in 2000 to Improve Lighting (Phase II Plan, Crime and Safety 1.4.A.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #18 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
19Full Action Plan08/10/11The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $15,000 in 1998 to West Broadway Improvements (Job Development, Business and the Environment 3.1.A.) from Technical Assistance to Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.C.).
20Full Action Plan07/31/14The NCR Director revised a plan modification originally approved on April 24, 2014, to reallocate $24,500 in 1998 from Technical Assistance to Businesses (Job Development, Business and the Environment 2.2.C.) to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $17,000 in 1998 to Accessibility Improvements (Phase II Plan, Community and Communication 1.1.B.); and (2) $7,500 in 1998 to Communications (Phase II Plan, Community and Communication 1.3.A.). (This is Phase I Plan Modifciation #20 and Phae II Plan Modification #2.)
21Full Action Plan06/26/15The NCR Director approved a plan modification which (a) combines the purposes and funding of Phase II strategies, Acquisition/Demolition/Rehabilitation (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.) and Construct New Single Family Homes (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.B.) and (b) reallocates $77,838.37 in 1996 from Phase II strategy, Acquisition/ Demolition/ Rehabilitation (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.2.A.) to Phase II strategy, Construct New Single Family Homes (Phase II Plan, Housing and Neighborhood Appearance 1.4.B.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #21 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)

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