Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Lynnhurst
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1999
2000
2001
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 EDUCATION
A.1 Burroughs - Upgrade Computers $67,000.00 $15,000.00 __$82,000.00     11
A.2 Burroughs - Reading/Reference Materials $29,937.94 ___$29,937.94     18
A.4 Burroughs School - Tutoring Areas _ $13,959.26 __$13,959.26     18
A.5 Burroughs School - Storage Area _ $5,000.00 __$5,000.00     11,19
A.6 Burroughs School - Art Equipment _ $11,950.44 __$11,950.44     18
A.7 Burroughs School - Basketball Facilities _ $10,000.00 __$10,000.00   $10,000.00 11,15,19
A.8 Burroughs School - Air Conditioner _ $1,000.00 __$1,000.00      
A.9 Burroughs School - Carpeting _ $10,000.00 __$10,000.00     18
A.10 Burroughs School - Educational Murals _ $10,000.00 __$10,000.00      
A.11 Burroughs School - Bulletin Boards _ $3,750.00 __$3,750.00      
A.12 Burroughs School - Gardens _ $9,867.90 __$9,867.90     23
A.13 Burroughs School - Computers/Software _ $23,368.45 __$23,368.45   $1,962.86 18,23
A.14 Burroughs School - Media Center Material $200.00 $22,636.50 __$22,836.50     18,19,23
A.15 Burroughs - Enhanced Materials/Equipment $62.06 $71,312.86 __$71,374.92   $4,699.31 18,23
02 TRAFFIC
B.2 Lynnhurst - Traffic Calming $11,074.00 ___$11,074.00     7,8,10
B.4 50th Street - Traffic Study $17,946.07 ___$17,946.07     25
B.5 Stop Signs at Residential Intersections _ ___      19,23
B.7 Signs to Promote Safer Driving $5,000.00 ___$5,000.00      
B.8 Business Nodes Parking Study $2,000.00 ___$2,000.00     10
B.9 50th Street - Tests/Implementation _ ___      10,13,14,17,20,21,23
B.11 50th Street - Pedestrian Scale Lighting $5,926.00 $45,641.96 __$51,567.96     10,23
03 CRIME & SAFETY
C.1 Motion Detector Lighting Rebate $2,102.25 ___$2,102.25     1,2,4,7,10
C.2 Block Club Support _ ___      20,25
C.3 Minnehaha Parkway Blue Light Telephones $31,540.32 ___$31,540.32     4,7,25
C.4 Police Substation - 58th/Nicollet _ ___      2
C.5 Graffiti Removal _ ___      4
04 NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
D.1 Lynnhurst Parks - Tree Planting $17,500.00 ___$17,500.00     6
D.2 Urban Forest Improvement/Information _ ___      10,25
D.3 Storm Drain Stenciling _ ___      1,6,10
D.5 Water Quality Education Materials _ ___      7,10,19,23
D.6 Multi-Neighborhood Clean Water Task Force $1,500.00 ___$1,500.00      
D.7 Non-Native Tree/Plant Removal $500.00 $10,000.00 __$10,500.00     6
D.8 Shoreline Alum Water Treatment _ $30,000.00 __$30,000.00      
D.9 Lake Harriet/Minnehaha - Shoreline Stab. _ $35,000.00 __$35,000.00      
D.10 Tree Replacement Fund _ $17,600.00 $8,800.00 $8,800.00 $35,200.00     6
D.11 Enhance Greenspace _ ___      23
05 BUILDING A SENSE OF COMMUNITY
E.1 Events, Festivals and Programs $5,522.61 $9,541.00 $1,600.00 _$16,663.61 $3,332.72   7,22,25
E.2-3 NRP Implementation Coordinator/Support $27,300.00 $79,700.00 $12,000.00 _$119,000.00 $23,800.00   3,17,21,23
E.4 Lynnhurst Center - Neighborhood Computer _ ___      7
E.6 Burroughs School - Sign _ $4,000.00 __$4,000.00      
06 PARKS
F.1 Lake Harriet - Restroom Restoration $5,000.00 ___$5,000.00     2
F.3 Burroughs School - Field Safety Measures _ $14,000.00 __$14,000.00      
F.4 Lynnhurst Pk/Burroughs-Parking Lighting _ $5,000.00 __$5,000.00     19,25
F.5 Lynnhurst Park - Resurface Tennis Courts _ $31,634.26 __$31,634.26     8,9,16,19
F.6 Lynnhurst Park - Upgrade Baseball/Soccer _ $10,000.00 __$10,000.00     8,18,19,20
F.7 Lynnhurst Park Youth Programs Equipment _ $16,796.37 __$16,796.37     16,23
F.8 Lynnhurst Park - Baseball Fields Fencing _ $15,000.00 __$15,000.00     8
07 HOUSING
G.1 Exterior Home Improvement Loans $8,038.75 $167,224.00 __$175,262.75 $175,262.75 $169,623.16 5,9,10,13,14,24
08 BUSINESSES
H.2 Exterior Improvement Program _ $25,000.00 __$25,000.00      
H.5 54th/Lyndale - Streetscape Improvements _ $13,000.00 __$13,000.00     12
PHASE 1r TOTAL$5,350.00 $5,000.00     $10,350.00      
TOTAL$243,500.00 $741,983.00 $22,400.00 $8,800.00 $1,016,683.00 $202,395.47 $186,285.33  
% FOR HOUSING20%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1First Step05/18/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to move $500 in 1996 from Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Crime and Safety, Strategy 1) to the Storm Drain Stenciling Program (Natural Environment, Strategy 3).
2First Step12/15/97The Policy Board approved a plan modification to add $5,000 to a new strategy, Lake Harriet Restroom Restoration (in a new section, Parks). The strategy will be funded with $1,800 from Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Crime and Safety, Strategy 1) and $3,200 from Police Substation at 58th and Nicollet (Crime and Safety, Strategy 4).
3First Step06/30/98The NRP Director approved a transfer of neighborhood funds designated for audits to the NRP administrative budget (in accordance with the action taken by the Policy Board on November 17, 1997). For the Lynnhurst neighborhood, this transfer amounts to $3,000 moved out of Implementation Coordinator (Sense of Community 2.). This transfer reduces the overall allocation to the plan by $3,000.
4Full Action Plan11/23/98Adoption of the full Action Plan modified the First Step Plan by shifting $24,800 to Blue Light Telephones (Crime and Safety 3.) from the following sources: (1) $20,000 from Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Crime and Safety 1.) and (2) $4,800 from Graffiti Removal (Crime and Safety 5.).
5Full Action Plan05/20/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to delete the word "deferred" from the Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program strategy (Housing 1).
6Full Action Plan09/15/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $500 in 1996 from Storm Drain Stenciling Program (Natural Environment 3) to Removal of Non-native Trees and Plants (Natural Environment 7). The modification also modifies the language of two strategies, acknowledging the move of the $7,500 DNR grant from Tree Plantings in Parks (Natural Environment 1) to Tree Replacement Fund (Natural Environment 10).
7Full Action Plan03/13/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $6,800 ($2,059 in 1996 and $4,741 in 1998) to Events, Festivals and Programs (Sense of Community 1). The funds are reallocated from: (1) $3,000 ($2,059 in 1996 and $941 in 1998) from Neighborhood Computer at Community Center (Sense of Community 4); and (2) $3,800 in 1998 from Water Quality Education Materials (Natural Environment 5). The plan modification also makes minor revisions to the wording of three strategies: Traffic Calming Techniques (Traffic 2), Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Crime and Safety 1), and Blue Light Telephones (Crime and Safety 3).
8Full Action Plan07/24/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $24,500 in 1999 from Resurface Lynnhurst Park Tennis Courts )Parks 5.) to two strategies: (1) $14,500 to Upgrade Baseball and Soccer Fields (Parks 6.); and (2) $10,000 to Safety Fencing for Baseball Fields (Parks 8.). The modification also made a very minor wording change to Traffic Calming Techniques (Traffic 2.) to expand the strategy to include all Lynnhurst streets.
9Full Action Plan11/29/00 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $17,000 in 1998/99 from Resurface Lynnhurst Park Tennis Courts (Parks 5.) to Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing 1.).
10Full Action Plan10/26/01 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate a total of $21,035.75 amongst the following strategies. Funds are reallocated from seven strategies: (1) $426 in 1996 from Traffic Calming Techniques (Traffic 2); (2) $5,500 in 1996 from Parking Study in Business Nodes (Traffic 8); (3) $4,871 in 1998-99 from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9); (4) $ 4,538.75 in 1996 from Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Crime and Safety 1); (5) $3,000 in 1996 from Urban Forest Information (Natural Environment 2); (6) $500 in 1996 from Storm Drain Stenciling Program (Natural Environment 3); and (7) $2,200 in 1998-99 from Water Quality Education Materials (Natural Environment 5). The funds are reallocated to the two strategies: (1) $10,797 ($5,926 in 1996 and $4,871 in 1998-99) to Pedestrian Scale Lighting on 50th Street (Traffic 11); and (2) $10,238.75 ($8,038.75 in 1996 and $2,200 in 1998-99) to Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing 1).
11Full Action Plan12/21/01 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $15,000 in 1998/99 to Upgrade Computers at Burroughs (Education 1.) from the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1998/99 from Storage Areas at Burroughs (Education 5.); and (2) $10,000 in 1998/99 from New Basketball Facilities at Burroughs (Education 7.).
12Full Action Plan03/28/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of 54th/Lyndale Streetscape Improvements (Business 5) to include a study of the area.
13Full Action Plan05/28/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $22,000 in 1998/99 to Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing 1) from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9).
14Full Action Plan09/16/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $26,024 in 1998/99 to Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program (Housing 1) from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9).
15Full Action Plan09/24/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to revise the wording of New Basketball Facilities at Burroughs (Education 7) to broaden the strategy to include the installation of recreational equipment and improvements to the fields. The new wording also includes the use of the Schools' 2nd 7.5% NRP funds.
16Full Action Plan10/28/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $2,000 in 1998/99 from Resurface Lynnhurst Park Tennis Courts (Parks 5) to Equipment for Youth Programs at Lynnhurst (Parks 7).
17Full Action Plan01/17/03 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $10,000 in 1998/99 from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9) to Implementation Coordinator (Sense of Community 2-3). The modification also revises the wording of Implementation Coordinator (Sense of Community 2-3) to include Phase I evaluation and preparation for Phase II.
18Full Action Plan12/30/03 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $10,814.53 from the following strategies: (1) $62.06 in 1996 from Special Reading/Reference Materials for Burroughs (Education 2.); (2) $4,040.74 in 1999 from Provide Tutoring Areas at Burroughs (Education 4.); (3) $49.56 in 1999 from Equipment for Arts Program at Burroughs (Education 6.); and (4) $6,662.17 in Program Income from Carpeting at Burroughs (Education 9.). The modification reallocates the funds to the following strategies: (1) $1,962.86 in Program Income to Additional Computers/Software Packages (Education 13.); (2) $4,040.74 in 1999 to Media Center Materials and Shelving (Education 14.); and (3) $4,810.93 ($62.06 in 1996; $49.56 in 1999; and $4,699.31 in Program Income) to Enhanced Materials and Equipment (Education 15.). The modification also revises the wording of three strategies: (1) Additional Computers/ Software Packages (Education 13.) and Enhanced Materials and Equipment (Education 15.) are revised to include Washburn Library; and (2) Upgrade Baseball and Soccer Fields (Parks 6.) is revised to include equipment and other recreational uses.
19Full Action Plan01/21/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $16,665.74 from the following strategies: (1) $200 in 1996 from Stop Signs at Residential Intersections (Traffic 5.); (2) $4,000 in 1999 from Water Quality Education Materials (Natural Environment 5.); (3) $100 in 1999 from Parking Lot Lighting (Parks 4.); (4) $4,865.74 in 1999 from Resurface Lynnhurst Park Tennis Courts (Parks 5.); and (5) $7,500 in 1999 from Upgrade Baseball and Soccer Fields (Parks 6.). The modification reallocates the funds to the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1999 to Storage Areas at Burroughs (Education 5.); (2) $10,000 in 1999 to New Basketball Facilities at Burroughs (Education 7.); and (3) $1,665.74 ($200 in 1996 and $1,465.74 in 1999) to Media Center Materials and Shelving (Education 14.).
20Full Action Plan02/28/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $3,000 in 1998/99 to Upgrade Baseball and Soccer Fields (Parks 6) from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9). The modification also revises the wording of Block Club Support (Crime and Safety 2) to include other expenses including the training of residents.
21Full Action Plan03/02/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1998/99 to Implementation Coordinator (Sense of Community 2-3) from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9). The modification also revises the wording of Block Club Support (Crime and Safety 2) to include other expenses including the training of residents.
22Full Action Plan01/24/07 The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to revise the wording of Events, Festivals and Programs (Sense of Community 1) to include neighborhood signage as an eligible activity. The approval is retroactive to November 1, 2006.
23Full Action Plan04/04/08The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $25,000 ($2,300 in 1996 and $22,700 in 1998/99) to Implementation Coordinator (Sense of Community 2-3.) from the following strategies: (1) $132.10 in 1998/99 from Gardens at Burroughs (Education 12.); (2) $5.55 in 1998/99 from Additional Computers/Software Packages (Education 13.) ; (3) $174.98 in 1998/99 from Media Center Materials and Shelving (Education 14.); (4) $2,736.70 in 1998/99 from Enhanced Materials and Equipment (Education 15.) (5) $800 in 1996 from Stop Signs at Residential Intersections (Traffic 5.); (6) $9,105 in 1998/99 from 50th Street Tests and Implementation (Traffic 9.); (7) $10,229.04 in 1998/99 from Pedestrian Scale Lighting on 50th Street (Traffic 11.); (8) $1,500 in 1996 from Water Quality Education Materials (Natural Environment 5.); (9) $113 in 1998/99 from Enhance Greenspace (Natural Environment 11.); and (10) $203.63 in 1998/99 from Equipment for Youth Programs at Lynnhurst (Parks 7.).
24Full Action Plan02/12/15The NCR Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to revised the wording of Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program strategy (Housing 1) to allow for interior and energy efficiency improvements.
25Full Action Plan05/16/17The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $10,350 of Phase I funds to Phase II strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $53.93 in 1996 from Traffic Study on 50th Street (Traffic 4.); (2) $1,000 in 1996 from Block Club Support (Crime and Safety 2.); (3) $759.68 in 1996 from Blue Light Telephones (Crime and Safety 3.); (4) $2,000 in 1996 from Urban Forest Information (Natural Environment 2.); (5) $1,536.39 in 1996 from Events, Festivals and Programs (Sense of Community 1.); and (6) $5,000 in 1998/99 from Parking Lot Lighting (Parks 4.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $2,500 in 1996 to Motion Detector Lighting Rebates (Phase II Strategies, Crime and Safety 1.1.1.); (2) $850 in 1996 to Home Safety Workshops (Phase II Strategies, Crime and Safety 1.4.1.); (3) $5,000 in 1998/99 to Rain Gardens and Compost Bins (Phase II Strategies, Natural Environment 2.1.7.); and (4) $2,000 in 1996 to Environmental Town Halls (Phase II Strategies, Natural Environment 4.1.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #25 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.) Approval of this modification is retroactive to March 1, 2016.

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