Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Lowry Hill East
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 CRIME AND SAFETY
1.1 Security Lighting $8,524.27 _______$8,524.27     6
1.2 Security Grants $2,158.07 _______$2,158.07 $2,158.07   6
1.3 Promote Crime-Fighting Programs $1,200.00 _______$1,200.00     1
2.1 Graffiti Removal _ _______      1
3.1 Police Bike Patrol _ $21,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $141,000.00      
4.1 Business Security Lighting _ _______      5,6
5.1 Volunteer Patrol _ _$692.59 _____$692.59     6
02 INFRASTRUCTURE
6.1 Traffic Counts $4,639.74 _______$4,639.74     1,7
6.6 Install Pedestrian Lighting _ $540,000.00 ______$540,000.00     2
7.1 Midtown Greenway $27,000.00 _______$27,000.00      
8.1 New Park - Bicycling Information _ $126,000.00 ______$126,000.00     8
9.1 Hennepin Avenue Trees/Lights _ $207,100.00 ______$207,100.00     7
03 YOUTH AND EDUCATION
10.1 Jefferson School Playground $146,000.00 _______$146,000.00      
11.2 Mueller Park $93,674.00 $12,125.00 ______$105,799.00     2,7,8
12.1 Jefferson School Computer Center _ $291,000.00 ______$291,000.00      
13.1 Jefferson Interior Improvements _ $87,000.00 ______$87,000.00      
04 ARTS AND COMMERCE
14.1 Neighborhood Signs $15,000.00 _______$15,000.00      
15.1 Artists Live - Work Space Study _ _______      1
16.1 Hennepin Avenue Strategic Plan $5,000.00 _______$5,000.00      
17.1a Intermedia Arts $100,000.00 _______$100,000.00      
17.1b Jungle Theater $100,000.00 _______$100,000.00      
17.1c pARTS Gallery $10,000.00 _______$10,000.00      
18.1 Business Matching Grant $35,000.00 $48,500.00 ______$83,500.00      
19.1 Lake of the Isles Restoration _ $175,000.00 ______$175,000.00      
20.1 Vision Loss Building Renovation _ _______      7
21.1 Corner Gardens _ $2,000.00 ______$2,000.00      
05 HOUSING
22.1 Affordable Housing Study _ _______      1
23.1 Truth-in-Renting Program _ _______      1
23.2 Tenant/Landlord Relations $4,400.00 _______$4,400.00 $4,400.00    
24.1 Matching Grant Program $39,653.88 _______$39,653.88 $39,653.88   3
24.2 Sweat Equity Program $4,500.00 _______$4,500.00 $4,500.00    
25.1 Below-Market Improvement Loans $3,846.12 $703,250.00 $218,250.00 _____$925,346.12 $925,346.12 $423,259.71 3,4,9,10,11
26.1 Housing Repairs for Elderly/Disabled _ $10,000.00 $9,500.00 $9,500.00 ____$29,000.00 $29,000.00    
27.1 Historic Preservation Loans _ _$145,500.00 $145,500.00 ____$291,000.00 $291,000.00   6
27.2 Architecture Contest _ _$2,200.00 _____$2,200.00 $2,200.00    
28.1 Landlord/Tenant Organization _ $2,200.00 ______$2,200.00 $2,200.00    
29.1 Urban Village Loan _ _______      4
06 ADMINISTRATION
30.1 Staff/Office $50,600.00 _______$50,600.00 $18,722.00    
31.1 Part-time Staff/Office/Communications $30,317.92 $90,245.00 $38,427.41 $37,620.00 $37,620.00 $37,620.00 __$271,850.33 $100,584.62 $8,500.00 6,7,9
PHASE 1r TOTAL                    $90,000.00  
TOTAL$681,514.00 $2,315,420.00 $434,570.00 $212,620.00 $57,620.00 $57,620.00 $3,799,364.00 $1,419,764.69 $521,759.71  
% FOR HOUSING37%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan05/17/99Adoption of the full Action Plan modified the First Step Plan by reallocating a total of $52,160 in 1996 from six First Step strategies. The specific changes are as follows: (1) $1,800 from Promote Crime Fighting Activities (Crime and Safety 1.3.); (2)$5,000 from Graffiti Removal (Crime and Safety 2.1.); (3) $3,360 from Traffic Counts (Infrastructure 6.1.); (4) $25,000 from Artists Live-Work Space (Arts and Commerce 15.1.); (5) $12,000 from Affordable Housing Study (Housing 22.1.); and (6) $5,000 from 'Truth-in-Renting'; Program (Housing 23.1.). These funds are reallocated to the full Action Plan.
2Full Action Plan11/29/99The NRP Director, based on Policy Board and City Council approval, approved a modification to the plan to allocate an additional $552,850 in 1999 in the following manner: (1) $540,000 to a new strategy, Install Pedestrian Lighting (Infrastructure 6.6.); and (2) $12,850 to Mueller Park (Youth and Education 11.2.), including language changes to this strategy.
3Full Action Plan12/13/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $3,846.12 in 1996 from Matching Grant Program (Housing 24.1.) to Below-market Improvement Loans (Housing 25.1.).
4Full Action Plan05/28/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Urban Village Loan (Housing 29.1.) to allow for the reallocation of these funds to Below-market Improvement Loans (Housing 25.1.) in the event that the funds are uncontracted. The original wording allowed for this transfer only upon the repayment of the loan.
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6Full Action Plan10/19/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $46,125.07 ($26,317.66 in 1996; $19,000 in 1999; and $807.41 om 2000) to Part-time Staff, Office and Communications (Administration 31.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $18,475.73 in 1996 from Security Lighting (Crime and Safety 1.1.); (2) $7,841.93 in 1996 from Security Grants (Crime and Safety 1.2.); (3) $19,000 in 1999 from Business Security Lighting (Crime and Safety 4.1.) and (4) $807.41 in 2000 from Volunteer Patrol (Crime and Safety 5.1.). The modification also revises the wording of Historic Preservation Loans (Housing 27.1.) to allow for the funds to be used as matching grants.
7Full Action Plan12/18/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $37,625.26 ($4,000.26 in 1996; and $33,625 in 1999) to Part-time Staff, Office and Communications (Administration 31.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $4,000.26 in 1996 from Traffic Counts (Infrastructure 6.1.); (2) $10,900 in 1999 from Hennepin Avenue Trees and Lights (Infrastructure 9.1.); (3) $5,725 in 1999 from Mueller Park (Youth and Education 11.2.); and (4) $17,000 in 1999 from Vision Loss Building Renovation (Arts and Commerce 20.1.).
8Full Action Plan11/06/07 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $5,000 in 1999 to Mueller Park (Youth and Education 11.2.) from New Park (Infrastructure 8.1.). The modification also revises the wording of Mueller Park (Youth and Education 11.2.) to allow for tree stump removal near the park and on boulevards throughout the neighborhood.
9Full Action Plan02/08/08 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $8,500 in Program Income from Below-market Improvement Loans (Housing 25.1.) to Part-time Staff, Office and Communications (Administration 31.1.).
10Full Action Plan03/24/08Approval of the Phase II Action Plan reallocates $70,000 in Program Income from Phase I strategy, Below-market Improvement Loans (Housing 25.1) to Phase II strategy, Staff, Office, Communications (Phase II Plan, Administration 19.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #10 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
11Full Action Plan02/16/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $20,000 in Program Income from Below-market Improvement Loans (Housing 25.1) to Phase II strategy, Staff, Office, Communications (Phase II Plan, Administration 19.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #11 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)

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