Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Lyndale
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1996
1997
1998
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
A.1.1.1 Expand Youth and Family Committee $16,740.00 $29,097.00 $12,000.00 $1,000.00 $58,837.00   $28,000.00 12,19,21
A.1.2.1 Form Youth Council _ $17,026.25 $17,011.08 $1,000.00 $35,037.33     12,13
A.1.3.1 Parents with Service Providers _ $162.76 __$162.76     12,13
A.1.3.2 Parents on Boards _ $820.94 __$820.94     12,13
A.1.3.3 Parents/Youth Evaluate Programs _ ___      12,13
A.1.4.1 Publicize Neighborhood Agency Programs _ $5,000.00 $173.48 _$5,173.48     12,13
A.1.4.2 Remove Barriers to Participation _ _$1,235.44 $2,500.00 $3,735.44     12,13
A.1.5.1 Parents Expand Block Club System _ ___      13
A.2.1.1 Expand Lyndale Service Provider Council _ $177.86 __$177.86     12,13
A.2.1.2 LNA Community Organizer Outreach _ ___    $23,000.00 12,13,21,27
A.2.2.1 Develop Standards for Judging Programs _ ___      12,13
A.2.2.2 Increase Program Evaluation Training _ ___      12,13
A.2.3.1 Develop Lyndale Working Futures _ $2,792.19 __$2,792.19     13
A.4.1.1 Expand Human Development Programs _ $66,546.00 $62,100.00 $63,523.29 $192,169.29   $20,000.00 16,21
A.4.1.2 LNA Summer Camps $12,700.00 ___$12,700.00     3
A.4.1.3 YMCA Summer Camp $4,000.00 ___$4,000.00     3
A.4.1.4 Summer/After School Enrichment $10,500.00 ___$10,500.00     3
A.4.1.5 Summer Youth Construction Crew $2,000.00 ___$2,000.00      
A.4.1.6 Summer Youth Program Supervisor $3,000.00 ___$3,000.00     2
A.4.1.7 Youth Summer Day Activity $8,903.50 ___$8,903.50     4,12,27
03 CRIME PREVENTION / SAFETY
B.1.1.1 Expand Bike Patrol--Hire Cops $20,000.00 __$6,382.69 $26,382.69     12,24,27
B.1.2.1 Rent Substation $14,399.72 $3,000.00 $2,021.00 _$19,420.72     12,20
B.1.3.1 Expand Police Cadet Program _ ___      3
B.2.1.1 Lyndale Walkers $1,200.00 $7,172.57 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $10,372.57     12,14,20
B.2.1.2 Technical Support-Lyndale Walkers _ ___      12,14
B.2.2.1 Block Club Incentives $21,578.66 $20,110.43 $12,000.00 _$53,689.09   $18,300.00 12,14,19,20,21
B.2.3.1 Volunteer Newsletter _ ___      12
B.2.3.2 Mail Newsletter _ ___      12
B.3.1.1 Horn Towers Guard $10,000.00 ___$10,000.00     5,12
B.3.2.1 Horn Towers Organizer $2,421.62 ___$2,421.62     12,14,20
B.4.1.1 Motion Detector Lights _ _$329.55 _$329.55     12,15
04 ARTS & CULTURE
C.5.1.1 Cooperative Art Space _ $4,000.00 __$4,000.00     12,14
C.5.1.2 Coffee Shop Feasibility _ ___      12
C.5.1.3 Dark Room Feasibility _ ___      12
C.5.2.1 Art Education Events _ _$7,500.00 $500.00 $8,000.00     12,14,15,19
C.5.2.2 Art Experiences for Youth _ $2,400.00 $1,400.00 $328.00 $4,128.00     12
C.5.3.1 Art Workshops _ $2,000.00 $1,500.00 $820.00 $4,320.00     12
C.5.4.1 Art Purchasing Cooperative _ ___      12
C.5.4.2 Art Advertising _ ___      12
C.5.4.3 Revolving Artist Loan Program _ ___      12
C.5.5.1 Lyn/Lake Festivals _ $1,381.70 $1,200.00 $852.00 $3,433.70     12,14,15
C.5.6.1 Artist Directory _ ___      12
C.5.6.2 Youth/Artist Mentorships _ ___      12
C.5.7.1 Remove Barriers to Participation in Arts _ ___      12
C.5.9.1.a Diversity Music _ $6,000.00 $4,000.00 $664.54 $10,664.54     16
C.5.9.1.b Mural Coordinator (Early Access) $6,000.00 ___$6,000.00      
05 ENVIRONMENT
D.1.1.1 Lyndale Environmental Education _ ___      12,19,24
D.1.2.1 Lyndale Environmental Action Team _ $1,500.00 $23,174.79 $500.00 $25,174.79   $11,500.00 12,14,21
D.1.2.2 Environmental Fund _ $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $2,302.63 $12,302.63     16
D.1.2.3 Green Alleys (First Step) $6,556.29 ___$6,556.29     12,14,15
D.1.2.4 Clean Up Fund _ ___      12
D.1.3.1 Youth Projects-Environment _ $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $4,609.54 $24,609.54     16
D.1.4.2 Develop Garden Club _ ___      12
D.2.2.2 29th Street Greenway _ ___      12,14,24
D.2.5.2 Lyndale Recreational Task Force _ $40,000.00 $60,000.00 _$100,000.00     9
D.2.6.1 Youth Produce Supervisor $3,000.00 ___$3,000.00     4
06 HOUSING
E.1.1.1 Deferred Home Loans $153,750.00 $100,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $353,750.00 $353,750.00   1,18
E.1.1.2 Revolving Home Loan Fund $14,165.57 $30,000.00 $55,000.00 $35,199.98 $134,365.55 $134,365.55   18,21,24
E.1.2.2 Home Purchace Financing _ _$95,793.69 _$95,793.69 $95,793.69 $9,806.31 18,24,25
E.1.3.1 Rental Revolving Loan Program $20,834.43 $100,000.00 _$36,337.28 $157,171.71 $157,171.71   18,24
E.2.1.1 Acquire/Demolish Blighted Properties $2,740.00 ___$2,740.00 $2,740.00   8,10,11,13,17
E.2.1.2 Redevelop Blighted Properties $133,260.00 $870,000.00 $543,471.31 $256,000.00 $1,802,731.31 $1,802,731.31 $92,551.40 9,11,21,22,23,24,25,26,27
E.2.1.4 Tubman Center Security Fence _ ___      17
E.2.1.5 Multi-Unit Rehabilitation _ $90,000.00 __$90,000.00 $90,000.00    
E.2.1.6 The Home That Lyndale Built II $18,742.69 ___$18,742.69 $18,742.69   1, 7
E.2.2.1 Rehab Building for Arts / N'hood Office _ $25,000.00 $25,000.00 _$50,000.00     19
E.2.4.1 Light Up Lyndale _ ___      18
07 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
F.1.2.1 Day Care Center Improvements $30,000.00 ___$30,000.00      
F.2.1.1 Nicollet Avenue Commercial Loans _ $140,000.00 $5,155.29 $100,000.00 $245,155.29   $47,734.15 6,18,24
F.2.1.3 MTC Fence Upgrade $20,000.00 ___$20,000.00      
F.2.2.1 Lyndale/Lake Commercial Loans _ ___      6
F.2.4.1 Lake Street Commercial Loans _ ___      6
F.2.5.1 Increase Parking _ _$11,818.65 _$11,818.65     11,18
F.2.6.1 Business Plans for Residents _ ___      17
08 ADMINISTRATION
G.1.1.1 Administration--LNA $19,000.00 $40,326.30 $61,739.66 $43,368.00 $164,433.96 $118,392.45 $49,200.00 12,15,19,21
G.2.1.1 Administration--LNDC $264,307.31 $153,400.00 $112,800.00 $31,000.00 $561,507.31 $387,440.04 $66,000.00 7,8,10,11,13,17,22
PHASE 1r TOTAL$0.21 $1,500.00 $295,144.06 $40,330.05 $336,974.32   $514,872.20  
TOTAL$737,864.73 $1,774,414.00 $1,477,568.00 $678,218.00 $4,750,000.00 $3,161,127.44 $880,964.06  
% FOR HOUSING72%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1First Step01/11/95The NRP Director approved a modification to the First Step Plan moving $15,000 from the Home That Lyndale Built (Housing Goal 2, Objective1, Strategy 6) to the Home Improvement Grant Program (Housing Goal 1, Objective 1, Strategy 1) for administration of that program. The $15,000 was to be restored to the Home that Lyndale Built upon approval of the neighborhood's Early Access request. However, this reimbursement did not take place. Therefore, to bring the plan into conformance, on October 23, 1995, the neighborhood approved transferring the $11,250 remaining in the administrative budget for Home Improvement Grants back to the Home That Lyndale Built.
2Early Access06/23/95The neighborhood requested a modification to its Early Access proposal to fund two Youth Supervisors rather than one Choir Director. This change was incorporated into the neighborhood's approved Action Plan. There was no shift in funds as a result of this change.
3First Step09/09/95The neighborhood modified its First Step Plan to add $6,700 to LNA Summer Camps (Human Development Goal 4, Objective 1, Strategy 2 of the full Action Plan). These funds were shifted from: $1,000 from YMCA Summer Camps (Human Development Goal 4, Objective 1, Strategy 3); $1,700 from Summer and After School Enrichment (Human Development Goal 4, Objective 1, Strategy 4); and $4,000 from Expand Police Cadet Program (Crime Prevention Goal 1, Objective 3, Strategy 1).
4Early Access09/09/95The Early Access proposal was modified to shift $2,000 from Youth Produce Supervisor (Environment Goal 2, Objective 6, Strategy 1) to Youth Summer Day Activity (Human Development Goal 4, Objective 1, Strategy 7).
5Full Action Plan10/22/96The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan changing the language to Horn Towers Security Guards (Crime Prevention Goal 3, Objective 1, Strategy 1) allowing funds to be used for the installation of security cameras.
6Full Action Plan12/15/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to combine the purposes and funding (1996-98) of "Finance Commercial Improvements along Nicollet Avenue" (Economic Development 2.1.1.). "Finance Commercial Improvements at Lyndale/Lake" (Economic Development 2.2.1), and "Finance Commercial Improvements along Lake Street" (Economic Development 2.4.1.). The modification also changes the wording of "Finance Commercial Improvements along Nicollet Avenue" (Economic Development 2.1.1.) to allow for commercial improvements anywhere in the Lyndale neighborhood.
7Full Action Plan12/30/98The NRP Director approved a plan modification to shift $24,507.31 in 1994/95 from Home That Lyndale Built (Housing 2.1.6.) to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration).
8Full Action Plan03/16/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $24,500 in 1994/95 from Acquire and Demolish Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.1.) to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration). This modification is retroactive to January 1, 1999.
9Full Action Plan03/31/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $60,000 in 1997 from Redevelop Blighted Properties (New or Rehab) (Housing 2.1.2.) to Lyndale Recreational Task Force (Environment 2.5.2.). The modification also changes the language of the latter strategy to include the renovation of the Lyndale School playground.
10Full Action Plan05/22/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,500 in 1994/95 from Acquire and Demolish Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.1.) to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration). This modification is retroactive to January 1, 2000.
11Full Action Plan01/22/01The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $103,260 in 1994/95 from Acquire and Demolish Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.1.) to the following strategies: (1) $78,260 to Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.); and (2) $25,000 to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration). The modification also revises the wording of Increase Parking at High Density Areas (Economic Development 2.5.1.) to allow for the acquisition of vacant lots for parking and improvements to existing parking lots.
12Full Action Plan06/27/0112. On June 27, 2001, the NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $154,320 from 34 strategies to eight strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $1,400 in 1998 from Parents With Service Providers (Human Development 1.3.1.); (2) $1,600 in 1998 from Parents On Boards (Human Development 1.3.2.); (3) $1,100 in 1998 from Parents and Youth Evaluate Programs (Human Development 1.3.3.); (4) $5,080 ($2,080 in 1997 and $3,000 in 1998) from Publicize Neighborhood Agency Programs (Human Development 1.4.1.); (5) $24,500 ($9,500 in 1996; $9,000 in 1997; and $6,000 in 1998) from Remove Barriers to Participation (Human Development 1.4.2.); (6) $1,000 in 1998 from Expand Lyndale Service Provider Council (Human Development 2.1.1.); (7) $500 in 1998 from LNA Community Organizer Outreach (Human Development 2.1.2.); (8) $800 in 1998 from Develop Standards for Judging Programs (Human Development 2.2.1.); (9) $1,000 in 1998 from Increase Program Evaluation Training (Human Development 2.2.2.); (10) $3,096.29 from Youth Summer Day Activity (Human Development 4.1.7.); (11) $18,617 ($15,000 in 1996 and $13,617 in 1998) from Expand Lyndale Bike Patrol - Hire (Crime Prevention/Safety 1.1.1.); (12) $3,979 ($1,979 in 1997 and $2,000 in 1998) from Lyndale Police Sub-station - Continue Renting (Crime Prevention/Safety 1.2.1.); (13) $13,000 ($8,000 in 1997 and $5,000 in 1998) from Provide Block Club Incentives (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.2.1.); (14) $2,400 ($1,200 in 1994/95; $400 in 1996; $400 in 1997; and $400 in 1998) from Publish Quarterly Volunteer Newsletter (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.3.1.); (15) $2,304 ($768 in each of the years 1996,1997 and 1998) from Mail Quarterly Volunteer Newsletter (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.3.2.); (16) $10,000 ($5,000 in 1996 and $5,000 in 1997) from Horn Towers - Security Guards/More Duty Hours (Crime Prevention/Safety 3.1.1.); (17) $4,000 in 1994/95 from Horn Towers - Community Organizer for Residents' Council (Crime Prevention/Safety 3.2.1.); (18) $2,000 in 1996 from Purchase Motion Detector Lights (Crime Prevention/Safety 4.1.1.); (19) $3,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood Coffee Shop - Feasibility Study (Art and Culture 5.1.2.); (20) $2,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood Photography Dark Room - Feasibility Study (Art and Culture 5.1.3.); (21) $172 in 1998 from Participatory Art Experiences for Youth (Art and Culture 5.2.2.); (22) $180 in 1998 from Arts Committee - Quarterly Workshops (Art and Culture 5.3.1.); (23) $1,500 in 1997 from Artists Purfchasers Cooperative - Feasibility Study (Art and Culture 5.4.1.); (24) $1,500 ($500 in each of the years 1996, 1997 and 1998) from Arts Information Program (Ads) (Art and Culture 5.4.2.); (25) $12,000 ($8,000 in 1996; $2,000 in 1997; and $2,000 in 1998) from Lyndale Artists Revolving Loan Program (Art and Culture 5.4.3.); (26) $148 in 1998from Lyn/Lake Festivals - Quarterly (Art and Culture 5.5.1.); (27) $600 ($300 in 1996; $200 in 1997; and $100 in 1998) from Neighborhood Directory of Artists and Designers (Art and Culture 5.6.1.); (28) $9,500 ($4,000 in 1996; $3,000 in 1997; and $2,500 in 1998) from Youth/Artists Mentor/Apprentice Program (Art and Culture 5.6.2.); (29) $3,400 ($1,400 in 1996; $1,000 in 1997; and $1,000 in 1998) from Remove Barriers to Participation (Art and Culture 5.7.1.); (30) $2,800 ($1,000 in 1996; $800 in 1997; and $1,000 in 1998) from Lyndale Environmental Education Program - Develop (Environment 1.1.1.); (31) $3,443.71 in 1994/95 from Alley Dumpster Project (Environment 1.2.3.); (32) $5,000 in 1994/95 from Lyndale Clean-Up Fund (Environment 1.2.4.); (33) $700 ($300 in 1996; $200 in 1997; and $200 in 1998) from Gardenson Vacant Lots - Develop Garden Club (Environment 1.4.2.); and (34) $2,000 ($1,000 in 1997 and $1,000 in 1998) from 29th Street Greenway Project (Environment 2.2.2.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $43,837 ($16,740 in 1994/95 and $27,097 in 1996) to Expand Youth and Family Committee - Parents (Human Development 1.1.1.); (2) $2,080 in 1996 to Form Youth Council (Human Development 1.2.1.); (3) $1,979 in 1996 to Lyndale Walkers - Provide Cellular Phones (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.1.); (4) $8,304 in 1996 to Resident Participation (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.3.); (5) $4,080 in 1996 to Neighborhood Cooperative Arts Space - Feasibility Study (Art and Culture 5.1.1.); (6) $29,000 ($9,628 in 1996 and $19,372 in 1997) to Bi-Annual Arts Educational Experiences (Art and Culture 5.2.1.); (7) $25,040 in 1997 to Lyndale Environmental Action Team - Develop (Environment 1.2.1.); and (8) $40,000 ($6,632 in 1997 and $33,368 in 1998) to Lyndale Neighborhood Association (Administration). The modification also revises the wording of two strategies: (1) Resident Participation (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.3.) is revised to include crime prevention activities in addition to the Lyndale Walkers; and (2) Horn Towers - Community Organizer for Residents Council is revised to include the Allbright Homes Complex.
13Full Action Plan01/22/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $56,692.77 from 11 strategies to three strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $2,637.24 ($1,237.24 in 1996 and $1,400 in 1997) from Parents With Service Providers (Human Development 1.3.1.); (2) $4,479.06 ($2,479.06 in 1996 and $2,000 in 1997) from Parents On Boards (Human Development 1.3.2.); (3) $3,200 ($2,100 in 1996 and $1,100 in 1997) from Parents and Youth Evaluate Programs (Human Development 1.3.3.); (4) $1,746.52 in 1997 from Publicize Neighborhood Agency Programs (Human Development 1.4.1.); (5) $9,000 ($3,500 in 1996; $3,500 in 1997; and $2,000 in 1998) from Parents Expand Block Club System (Human Development 1.5.1.); (6) $1,822.14 ($822.14 in 1996 and $1,000 in 1997) from Expand Lyndale Service Provider Council (Human Development 2.1.1.); (7) $500 in 1997 from LNA Community Organizer Outreach (Human Development 2.1.2.); (8) $1,000 in 1997 from Develop Standards for Judging Programs (Human Development 2.2.1.); (9) $2,000 ($1,000 in 1996 and $1,000 in 1997) from Increase Program Evaluation Training (Human Development 2.2.2.); (10) $5,307.81 ($1,807.81 in 1996; $3,000 in 1997; and $500 in 1998) from Develop "Lyndale Working Futures" Program (Human Development 2.3.1.); (11) $25,000 in 1994/95 from Acquire and Demolish Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $27,957.33 ($12,946.25 in 1996 and $15,011.08 in 1997) to Form Youth Council (Human Development 1.2.1.); (2) $3,735.44 ($1,235.44 in 1997 and $2,500 in 1998) to Remove Barriers to Participation (Human Development 1.4.2.); and (3) $25,000 in 1994/95 to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration). The modification also revises the language of Expand Youth and Family Committee - Parents (Human Development 1.1.1.) and Form Youth Council (Human Development 1.2.1.) to provide greater clarity and focus to the strategies.
14Full Action Plan05/01/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate funds between six strategies and revise the language of seven strategies. The funds are reallocated between the following strategies: (1) $8,304 in 1996 from Resident Participation (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.3.) to Lyndale Walkers - Provide Cellular Phones (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.1.); (2) $4,080 in 1996 from Neighborhood Cooperative Arts Space - Feasibility Study (Arts and Culture 5.1.1.) to Lyn/Lake Festivals - Quarterly (Arts and Culture 5.5.1); and (3) $2,565.21 in 1997 from Lyndale Environmental Action Team - Develop (Environment 1.2.1.) to Alley Dumpster Project (Enviroment 1.2.3.). The modification revises the wording of the following strategies: (1) Lyndale Walkers - Provide Cellular Phones (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.1.) to allow funds to be used to provide additional support to all safety and crime prevention activities; (2) Provide Block Club Incentives (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.2.1.) to allow funds to be used to provide additional support to block club leaders and participants; (3) Horn Towers - Community Organizer for Residents Council (Crime Prevention/Safety 3.2.1.) to allow funds to be used for additional support to residents of public housing or group facilities; (4) Bi-Annual Arts Educational Experiences (Arts and Culture 5.2.1.) to include more activities and staff support for those activities; (5) Lyn/Lake Festivals - Quarterly (Arts and Culture 5.5.1.) to broaden the range of allowed activities; (6) Lyndale Environmental Action Team - Develop (Environment 1.2.1.) to broaden the environmental activities that would be eligible for funding; and (7) 29th Street Greenway Project (Environment 2.2.2.) to include planning for all corridors in the neighborhood and encouraging resident participation in development projects.
15Full Action Plan08/12/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $35,763.51 from three strategies to two strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $29,000 ($11,128 in 1996 and $17,872 in 1997) from Bi-annual Arts Educational Experiences (Art and Culture 5.2.1.); (2) $4,198.30 in 1996 from Lyn/Lake Festivals - Quarterly (Art and Culture 5.5.1.); and (3) $2,565.21 in 1997 from Alley Dumpster Project (Enviroment 1.2.3.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $329.55 in 1997 to Purchase Motion Detector Lights (Crime Prevention/Safety 4.1.1.); and (2) $35,433.96 ($15,326.30 in 1996 and $20,1073.66) to Lyndale Neighborhood Association (Administration).
16Full Action Plan11/17/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $10,423.29 in 1998 to Expand Human Development Programs (Human Development 4.1.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $2,335.46 in 1998 from Create, Learn, Perform Diversity of Music (Art and Culture 5.9.1.); (2) $2,697.37 in 1998 from Environmental Improvement Projects - Establish Foundation (Environment 1.2.2.); and (3) $5,390.46 in 1998 from Environmental Improvement Projects - Grant Funds to Resident Youth (Enviroment 1.3.1.).
17Full Action Plan12/08/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $80,000 ($40,000 in 1994/95; $30,000 in 1996; $5,000 in 1997; and $5,000 in 1998) to the non-housing portion of Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration) from the following strategies: (1) $40,000 in 1994/95 from Acquire and Demolish Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.1.); (2) $20,000 in 1996 from Harriet Tubman Center - Security Fencing (Housing 2.1.4.); and (3) $20,000 ($10,000 in 1996; $5,000 in 1997; and $5,000 in 1998) from Business Plans for Residents (Economic Development 2.6.1.).
18Full Action Plan09/21/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $210,479.90. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $8,132.98 in Program Income from Home Improvement Grant Program (1st Step) (Housin 1.1.1.); (2) $159,165.57 ($9,165.57 in 1994/95 and $150,000 in 1997) from Revolving Loans for Rental Property Owners (Housing 1.3.1.); (3) $15,000 ($5,000 in 1994/95 and $10,000 in 1996) from "Light Up Lyndale" (Housing 2.4.1.); and (4) $28,181.35 in 1997 from Increase Parking at High Density Areas (Economic Development 2.5.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $47,298.55 ($14,165.57 in 1994/95; $10,000 in 1996; $15,000 in 1997; and $8,132.98 in Program Income) to Revolving Loans for Owner-occupants (Housing 1.1.2.); (2) $135,000 in 1997 to Equity Financing for Home Owners (Housing 1.2.2.); and (3) $28,181.35 in 1997 to Finance Commercial Improvements (Economic Development 2.1.1.). The modification also revises the wording of Revolving Loans for Owner-occupants (Housing 1.1.2.) to allow for deferred loans.
19Full Action Plan05/05/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $50,000 in 1997 from Rehab Building for Arts Center and/or Neighborhood Office (Housing 2.2.1.) to the following strategies: (1) $10,000 in 1997 to Expand Youth and Family Committee - Parents (Human Development 1.1.1.); (2) $10,000 in 1997 to Provide Block Club Crime Incentives (Crime Prevention 2.2.1.); (3) $5,000 in 1997 to Bi-annual Arts Educational Experiences (Art and Culture 5.2.1.); (4) $10,000 in 1997 to Lyndale Environmental Education Program - Develop (Environment 1.1.1.); and (5) $15,000 in 1997 to Lyndale Neighborhood Association (Administration).
20Full Action Plan09/29/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $16,689.09 ($11,578.66 in 1994/95 and $5,110.43 in 1996) to Provide Block Club Crime Incentives (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.2.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $0.28 in 1994/95 from Lyndale Police Sub-station-Continue Renting (Crime Prevention/Safety 1.2.1.); (2) $5,110.43 in 1996 from Lyndale Walkers- Provide Cellular Phones (Crime Prevention/Safety 2.1.1.); and (3) $11,578.38 in 1994/95 from Horn Towers-Community Organizer for Residents' Council (Crime Prevention/Safety 3.2.1.).
21Full Action Plan12/05/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $150,000 in Program Income from the following strategies: (1) $75,000 in Program Income from Revolving Loans for Owner-Occupants (Housing 1.1.2.) and (2) $75,000 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $28,000 in Program Income to Expand Youth and Family Committee - Parents (Human Development 1.1.1.); (2) $23,000 in Program Income to LNA Community Organizer Outreach (Human Development 2.1.2.); (3) $20,000 in Program Income to Expand Human Development Programs (Human Development 4.1.1.); (4) $18,300 in Program Income to Provide Block Club Crime Incentives (Crime Prevention/ Safety 2.2.1.); (5) $11,500 in Program Income to Lyndale Environmental Action Team (Environment 1.2.1.); and (6) $49,200 in Program Income to Lyndale Neighborhood Association (Administration).
22Full Action Plan08/29/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $66,000 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.) to Lyndale Neighborhood Development Corporation (Administration).
23Full Action Plan01/14/09The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.) to Phase II Strategy, Improve Information/Resources on Housing (Phase II Plan, Housing 5.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #23 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
24Full Action Plan06/14/10The NRP Director, based on Policy Board approval, approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $766,730.69 of Phase I funds to Phase II strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following eight strategies: (1) $1,383 in 1997 from Expand Lyndale Police Bike Patrol - Hire (Crime Prevention/Safety 1.1.1.); (2) $10,000 in 1997 from Lyndale Environmental Education Program - Develop (Environment 1.1.1.); (3) $1,000 in 1996 from 29th Street "Green Way" Project (Environment 2.2.2.); (4) $132,446.37 ($4,800.02 in 1998 and $127,646.35 in Program Income) from Revolving Loans for Owner-Occupants (Housing 1.1.2.); (5) $39,206.31 in 1997 from Equity Financing for Home Owners (Housing 1.2.2.); (6) $26,912.72 in 1998 from Revolving Loans from Rental Property Owners (Housing 1.3.1.); (7) $379,097.36 ($71,528.69 in 1997 and $307,568.67 in Program Income) from Redevelop Blighted Properties (New or Rehab) (Housing 2.1.2.); and (8) $176,684.93 ($173,026.06 in 1997 and $3,658.87 in Program Income) from Finance Commercial Improvements (Economic Development 2.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following 23 Phase II strategies: (1) $11,383.03 in 1997 to Increase Police Presence (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.1.1.); (2) $1,000 in 1996 to Lyndale Walkers (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.2.1.); (3) $14,560 in 1997 to Outreach, Communications and Training (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.2.2.); (4) $28,640 ($20,605.42 in 1997 and $8,034.58 in Program Income) to Eradicate Litter and Graffiti (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.2.3.); (5) $30,499.11 in Program Income to Address Problem Properties and Residents (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.2.4.); (6) $20,743 in Program Income to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (Phase II Strategies, Community Safety 1.2.5.); (7) $30,016 in Program Income to Strengthen Families (Phase II Strategies, Community Livability 2.1.1.); (8) $30,016 in Program Income to Youth Community Responsibility/Empowerment (Phase II Strategies, Community Livability 2.2.1.); (9) $12,846 in Program Income to Inter-generational/Cross-cultural Relations (Phase II Strategies, Community Livability 2.3.1.); (10) $30,000 ($1,332.02 in 1997 and $28,667.98 in Program Income) to Enhance Greenspaces/Reduce Impervious Surfaces (Phase II Strategies, Environmental Preservation and Development 3.1.1.); (11) $6,000 in 1997 to Transit and Pedestrian Corridors (Phase II Strategies, Environmental Preservation and Development 3.2.2.); (12) $14,612.37 in Program Income to Clean Up Blighted Areas (Phase II Strategies, Environmental Preservation and Development 3.3.1.); (13) $5,000 in 1997 to Reopen/Green Nicollet Avenue (Phase II Strategies, Environmental Preservation and Development 4.1.1.); (14) $37,933 in 1997 to Improve Information/Resources on Housing (Phase II Strategies, Housing 5.1.1.); (15) $56,312.72 in 1997 to Rehabilitate Rental Properties (Phase II Strategies, Housing 5.1.2.); (16) $71,349 in 1997 to Develop Housing (Phase II Strategies, Housing 5.1.3.); (17) $9,806.31 in 1997 to Assist Low/Mod Homebuyers (Phase II Strategies, Housing 5.2.2.); (18) $68,659 in 1997 to Encourage Establishment of Businesses (Phase II Strategies, Economic Development 6.1.1.); (19) $104,367.15 ($60,862.56 in 1997; $31,712.74 in 1998; and $11,791.85 in Program Income) to Commercial Improvements/New Businesses (Phase II Strategies, Economic Development 6.1.3.); (20) $34,000 in Program Income to Multi-media Communications (Phase II Strategies, Communications and General Outreach 7.1.1.); (21) $10,000 in Program Income to Enhance Outreach (Phase II Strategies, Communications and General Outreach 7.2.1.); (22) $35,988 in Program Income to Secure Funding (Phase II Strategies, Program Implementation 8.1.1.); and (23) $103,000 in Program Income to Facilitate and Implement Programs (Phase II Strategies, Program Implementation 9.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #24 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)
25Full Action Plan06/12/14The NCR Director revised a plan modification originally approved on April 10, 2014. The modification reallocates $37,100 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.) to Phase II Strategy, Facilitate and Implement Programs (Phase II Plan, Program Implementation 9.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #25 and Phase II Plan Modification #3.)
26Full Action Plan07/27/17The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $9,088.31 in Program Income to Phase II Strategy, Facilitate and Implement Programs (Phase II Plan, Program Implementation 9.1.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $6,000 in Program Income from Equity Financing for Home Owners (Housing 1.2.2.) and (2) $3,088.31 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #26 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)
27Full Action Plan12/01/17The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $23,733.83 ($0.21 in 1994/95; $500 in 1996; $9,806.31 in 1997; $8,617.31 in 1998; and $4,810 in Program Income) to Phase II strategy, Facilitate and Implement Programs (Phase II Strategies, Program Implementation 9.1.1.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $500 in 1996 from LNA Community Organizer Outreach (Human Development 2.1.2.); (2) $0.21 in 1994/95 from Youth Summer Day Activity (Human Development 4.1.7.); (3) $8,617.31 in 1998 from Expand Lyndale Police Bike Patrol (Crime Prevention/Safety 1.1.1.); (4) $4,810 in Program Income from Redevelop Blighted Properties (Housing 2.1.2.); and (5) $9,806.31 in 1997 (previously rolled-over to Phase II) from Assist Low/Mod Homebuyers (Phase II Strategies, Housing 5.2.2.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #27 and Phase II Plan Modification #5.)
28Full Action Plan07/30/18The NCR Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $77,220 ($45,57.26 in 997 and $31,712.74 in 1998) from Commercial Improvements/New Businesses (Phase II Plan, Economic Development 6.1.3.) to Phase II Strategy, Facilitate and Implement Programs (Phase II Plan, Program Implementation 9.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #28 and Phase II Plan Modification #6.)

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