Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Nokomis East
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 SAFETY/CRIME PREVENTION
1.1.1.1 Block Clubs $1,000.00 _____$1,000.00     9
1.1.1.2 Establish Phone Tree _ _____      9
1.1.2.1 Police Athletic League $3,402.77 _____$3,402.77     12
1.1.2.2.A Community Police Substation _ ____$3,717.93 $3,717.93     9
1.1.2.2.B Citizen Patrol 1 _ _____      9
1.1.2.4 Citizen Patrol $3,316.95 _____$3,316.95     9
1.1.2.6 Identify/Address Neighborhood Concerns _ __$6,988.00 $14,900.00 $2,287.37 $24,175.37     11,12,18
1.1.3.2 Hire Off-Duty Police $3,475.79 _____$3,475.79     12
02 PEOPLE SERVICES
2.1.1.1 Expand Healthy Seniors $22,476.94 $15,000.00 $35,000.00 $13,300.00 $13,300.00 $13,400.00 $112,476.94     8
2.1.1.2 Expand Longfellow Handyworks $923.06 _____$923.06     8
2.2.1-3.1 Bossen Youth Outreach $41,400.00 _____$41,400.00      
2.2.1-3.2 After-School Youth Involvement $36,156.12 $36,000.00 $36,000.00 $25,000.00 __$133,156.12     12
2.2.1-3.3 Early Childhood and Family Education _ _$3,988.00 ___$3,988.00     9,12
2.2.1-3.4 Keewaydin and Wenonah School Tech Ctrs $60,000.00 _____$60,000.00     10
2.2.1-3.5 Wenonah School Service Workers $8,802.14 _____$8,802.14     14
2.2.1-3.6 Keewaydin School - Playground _ $70,000.00 ____$70,000.00      
2.2.1-3.7 MFAC Youth Athletics _ $3,500.00 $500.00 $500.00 __$4,500.00     9
2.2.1-3.8 Children First Initiative $3,649.00 $19,210.85 $25,207.00 $23,260.00 __$71,326.85     9,11,12,18
2.3.1-2.2 Community History Art Project $8,112.56 _____$8,112.56     12
2.3.1-2.3 Community Organizer/Newsletter $76,367.67 $111,597.00 $129,601.00 $71,335.00 $40,000.00 $21,282.07 $450,182.74 $270,109.64 $500,164.39 9,12,14,16
03 HOUSING
3.1.1.1 Home Improvement Loans $466,219.00 $350,000.00 $300,000.00 $232,960.20 __$1,349,179.20 $1,349,179.20 $207,721.46 9,12,14,15,16,18,19
3.1.1.2 Matching Grants/Deferred Loans $100,000.00 $94,245.86 $98,189.55 ___$292,435.41 $292,435.41 $320,000.00 7,9,18
3.1.1.3 Rental/Multi-Unit Rehabilitation _ __$5,325.00 __$5,325.00 $5,325.00   9,18
3.2.1.1 Gateway Blight $4,195.00 _____$4,195.00     18
3.2.1.2 Demolition Fund $2,263.00 _____$2,263.00 $2,263.00   9,14
3.2.1.3 Emergency Repair Fund $40,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $29,456.80 __$109,456.80 $109,456.80   9,15,19
3.2.1.4 Redevelopment of 34th Avenue _ _____      18
3.3.1.1 Augment Sound Insulation Fund $133.00 $754.14 $19,500.00 $10,000.00 __$30,387.14 $30,387.14   7,9,14,18
3.4.1.1 Welcome Wagon Packets $1,000.00 $1,000.00 _$1,000.00 __$3,000.00 $1,800.00    
3.5.1.1 Generic Renovation Plans _ _____      18
3.5.1.2 Assisted Living Opportunities _ _____      9
3.6.1.1 Housing Information Resources $1,000.00 _____$1,000.00 $1,000.00   18
04 ENVIRONMENT
4.1.1.1 Improve Lake Water Quality $9,000.00 $7,761.44 $15,000.00 ___$31,761.44     18
4.1.1.2 Environmental Brochures $6,570.00 _____$6,570.00      
4.1.1.3 Storm Sewer Stenciling $60.00 _____$60.00     12
4.1.1.4 Environmental Education Materials $1,620.00 _____$1,620.00      
4.1.1.5 Water Pollution Reduction _ _$10,000.00 $14,000.00 $13,000.00 _$37,000.00     12,13,18
4.1.1.6 Lake Nokomis - Pond Vegetation _ _$12,658.03 ___$12,658.03     18
4.2.1-3.1 Native Plants at Nokomis $102,600.00 $80,521.60 ____$183,121.60     18
4.2.1-3.2 Neighborhood Tree Planting $9,000.00 _____$9,000.00      
4.2.1-3.3 Tree Replacement Program _ $35,000.00 $17,500.00 $17,500.00 __$70,000.00      
4.2.4.1 Community Garden $2,500.00 _____$2,500.00     12
4.3.1.1 Study Transportation Issues $3,696.00 _____$3,696.00     12
05 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5.1.1.1 Commercial District Improvements $25,000.00 _____$25,000.00     17,18
5.1.1.1.A Implementation of Commercial Study _ $46,539.71 $98,072.83 $44,168.76 _$5,000.00 $193,781.30     12,18,19
5.1.1.2 Economic Development Advisory Committee $43,700.00 _____$43,700.00     12
5.2.1.1 Small Business Loan Program $8,000.00 _____$8,000.00     9,12,18
5.3.1.1 Business Marketing/Public Relations $26,000.00 _____$26,000.00     12,18
06 ADMINISTRATION
6.1.1.1 Staff and Office Support $207,954.00 $86,629.00 $123,712.00 $65,500.00 $61,545.00 $68,698.00 $614,038.00 $368,422.80 $103,752.00 9,12,16
PHASE 1r TOTAL$66,922.00 $55,356.40 $82,579.59 $93,193.24 $16,000.00 $31,612.63 $345,663.86   $75,000.00  
TOTAL$1,396,515.00 $1,033,116.00 $1,027,508.00 $653,487.00 $158,745.00 $145,998.00 $4,415,369.00 $2,430,378.99 $1,206,637.85  
% FOR HOUSING60%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1First Step04/01/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $1,270 to Hire Off-Duty Police (Safety 1.3.2.). The funds come from: $900 from Tours of 911 (Safety 1.2.5.) and $370 from Establish Phone Tree (Safety 1.1.2.).
2First Step04/02/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $4,500 to Expand Healthy Seniors (People Services 1.1.1.) from Feasibility of Community Center (People Services 3.1-2.1.).
3First Step06/01/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $1,440 in 1997 to Block Clubs (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.1.1.). The funds are shifted in the following manner: $1,080 in 1997 from Safety Workshops (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.3.) and (2) $360 in 1997 from Traffic Calming (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.3.1.). The modification also adds language to Block Clubs (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.1.1.) to allow for a Block Club Leader recognition event and to change the contract administrator for the strategy from CCP/SAFE to NRP.
4First Step07/20/98The 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 Nokomis East First Step plan, this transfer amounts to $3,465 moved out of Staff and Office Support (Implementation). This transfer reduces the overall allocation to the First Step plan by $3,465.
5First Step08/05/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $4,500 in 1997 from Feasibility Study of Community Center (People Services 3.1-2.1.) to Community History Art Project (People Services 3.1-2.2).
6First Step06/06/01Approval of the Action Plan will modify the plan by transferring the Early Access allocation to Morris Park Building Remodeling (People Services 3.1-2.4.) to NRP Transition Funds.
7Full Action Plan05/16/01The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $19,245.86 in 1999 from Augment Sound Insulation Fund (Housing 3.1.1.) to Matching Grants/Deferred Loans (Housing 1.1.2.). Approval of this modification is retroactive to January 1, 1999.
8Full Action Plan09/16/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $8,076.94 in 1997 from Expand Longfellow Handyworks (People Services 1.1.2.) to Expand Healthy Seniors (People Services 1.1.1.).
9Full Action Plan07/22/03The NRP Director, based on approvals of the MRT and Policy Board, approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate a total of $641,049.12. Funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $1,340 in 1997 from Block Clubs (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.1.1.); (2) $530 in 1997 from Establish Phone Tree (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.1.2.); (3) $40,782.07 ($4,500 in 1997; $20,000 in 1998/99; $5,000 in 2000; $5,000 in 2001; $5,000 in 2002; and $1,282.07 in 2003) from Community Police Substation (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.2A.); (4) $30,000 ($10,000 in 1998/99; $5,000 in 2000; $5,000 in 2001; $5,000 in 2002; and $5,000 in 2003) from Citizens Patrol (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.2B.); (5) $5,683.05 in 1997 from Citizens Patrol (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.4.); (6) $4,760 in 2001 from Early Childhood and Family Education (People Services 2.1-3.3.); (7) $1,000 in 1998/99 from MFAC Youth Athletics (People Services 2.1-3.7.); (8) $320,000 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); (9) $50,000 ($20,000 in 1997 and $30,000 in 2000) from Rental/Multi-Unit Rehab Fund (Housing 1.1.3.); (10) $60,000 in 1998/99 from Demolition/Acquisition Fund (Housing 2.1.2.); (11) $50,000 in 2001 from Assisted Living Opportunities (Housing 5.1.2.); and (12) $76,954 ($70,700 in 1997 and $6,254 in Program Income) from Small Business Loan Program (Economic Development 2.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $5,760 ($1,000 in 1998/99 and $4,760 in 2001) to Children First Initiative (People Services 2.1-3.8.); (2) $92,116.12 ($31,332.05 in 1997; $40,000 in 2000; $7,000 in 2001; $10,000 in 2002; $1,282.07 in 2003; and $2,502 in Program Income) to Community Organizer/Newsletter (People Services 3.1-2.3.); (3) $110,000 ($60,000 in 1998/99 and $50,000 in 2001) to Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); (4) $320,000 in Program Income to Matching Grants/Deferred Loans (Housing 1.1.2.); and (5) $113,173 ($71,421 in 1997; $30,000 in 1998/99; $3,000 in 2001; $5,000 in 2003; and $3,752 in Program Income) to Staff and Office Support (Implementation Administration). The modification also revises the wording of four strategies; Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.), Matching Grants/Deferred Loans (Housing 1.1.2.), Emergency Repair/Replacement Fund (Housing 2.1.3.) and Augment Sound Insulation Fund (Housing 3.1.1.) are all modified to allow program income accrued in any of these strategies to be used in the others.
10Full Action Plan03/22/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to revise the wording of Computer Center at Keewaydin School (People Services 1.1-3.4.) to include the use of School 2nd 7.5% funds for technology upgrades at Wenonah School.
11Full Action Plan06/01/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $21,607 ($14,900 in 1999 and $6,707 in 2000) from Identify/Address Neighborhood Concerns (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.6.) to Children First Initiative (People Services 2.1-3.8.). The modification also revises the wording of Children First Initiative (People Services 2.1-3.8.) to allow NRP funds to be used for reading programs and library services on Saturdays during summer 2004.
12Full Action Plan05/18/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate a total of $225,766.15. Funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $647.23 in 1997 from Police Athletic League (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.1.); (2) $16,105 ($8,193 in 2000 and $7,912 in 2001) from Identify/Address Neighborhood Concerns (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.6.); (3) $44.21 in 1997 from Hire Off-Duty Police (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.3.2.); (4) $8,843.88 in 1997 from After-School Youth Involvement (People Services 2.1-3.2.); (5) $10,012 ($4,500 in 1997; $4,750 in 1998/99; and $762 in 2000) from Early Childhood and Family Education (People Services 2.1-3.3.); (6) $3,137.44 in 1997 from Community History Art Project (People Services 3.1-2.2.); (7) $75,000 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); (8) $210 in 1997 from Storm Sewer Stenciling Program (Environment 1.1.3.); (9) $18,000 ($14,000 in 1998/99 and $4,000 in 2000) from Water Pollution Reduction (Environment 1.1.5.); (10) $2,000 in 1997 from Community Garden (Environment 2.4.1.); (11) $804 in 1997 from Study Transportation Issues (Environment 3.1.1.); (12) $60,000 in 2000 from Implementation of Commercial Study (Economic Development 1.1.1A.); (13) $10,300 in 1997 from Economic Development Advisory Committee (Economic Development 1.1.2.); (14) $2,662.39 in Program Income from Small Business Loan Program (Economic Development 2.1.1.); and (15) $18,000 in 1997 from Business Marketing/Public Relations (Economic Development 3.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $3,649 in 1997 to Children First Initiative (People Services 2.1-3.8.); (2) $155,917.15 ($44,837.76 in 1997; $18,750 in 1998/99; $6,755 in 2000; $7,912 in 2001; and $77,662.39 in Program Income) to Community Organizer/Newsletter (People Services 3.1-2.3.); and (3) $66,200 in 2000 to Staff and Office Support (Implementation Administration).
13Full Action Plan12/28/05The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to revise the wording of Water Pollution Reduction (Environment 1.1.5.) to include the planting of trees on public property.
14Full Action Plan10/12/06The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate a total of $405,333.86. Funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $197.86 in 1997 from Service Workers at Wenonah School (People Services 2.1-3.5.); (2) $275,000 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); (3) $90,269 ($25,269 in 1997; $15,000 in 1998/99; and $50,000 in 2000) from Demolition/Acquisition Fund (Housing 2.1.2.); and (4) $39,867 in 1997 from Augment Sound Insulation Fund (Housing 3.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) #200,197.86 in 1997 and $200,000 in Program Income) to Community Organizer/Newsletter (People Services 3.1-2.2.); (2) $130,136 ($65,136 in 1997; $15,000 in 1998/99; and $50,000 in 2000) to Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); and (3) $75,000 to a new Phase II strategy, Phase II Plan Development (Phase II Activities). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #14 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
15Full Action Plan05/22/08 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $7,583 in 2001 from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.) to Emergency Repair/Replacement Fund (Housing 2.1.3.).
16Full Action Plan03/16/09 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $320,000 in Program Income from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.) to the following strategies: (1) $220,000 in Program Income to Community Organizer/ Newsletter (People Services 3.1-2.2.); and (2) $100,000 in Program Income to Staff and Office Support (Implementation Administration).
17Full Action Plan09/29/10The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $25,000 in 1997 from Commercial District Improvements Study (Economic Development 1.1.1.) to Phase II strategy, Phase II Plan Development (Phase II Activities). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #17 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)
18Full Action Plan02/05/11Approval of the Phase II Action Plan reallocates a total of $318,206.96 of Phase I funds to Phase II strategies. Funds are reallocated from the following Phase I strategies: (1) $12,612.63 in 2003 from Identify/Address Neighborhood Concerns (Safety and Crime Prevention 1.2.6.); (2) $26,689.15 in 1998/99 from Children First Initiative (People Services 2.1-3.8.); (3) $917 in 1997 from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); (4) $1,810.45 in 2000 from Matching Grants/Deferred Loans (Housing 1.1.2.); (5) $66,675 ($20,000 in 1997; $11,000 in 2000; and $35,675 in 2001) from Rental/Multi-Unit Rehab Fund (Housing 1.1.3.); (6) $2,805 in 1997 from Identify Solutions to Gateway Blight (Housing 2.1.1.); (7) $96,000 ($50,000 in 2000 and $46,000 in 2001) from Redevelopment of 34th Avenue (Housing 2.1.4.); (8) $500 in 2000 from Augment Sound Insulation Fund (Housing 3.1.1.); (9) $1,000 in 1997 from Generic Renovation/Expansion Plans (Housing 5.1.1.); (10) $3,490 in 1998/99 from Housing Information Resources (Housing 6.1.1.); (11) $17,238.56 in 1998/99 from Improve Lake Nokomis Water Quality (Environment 1.1.1.); (12) $15,000 ($1,000 in 2002 and $14,000 in 2003) from Water Pollution Reduction (Environment 1.1.5.); (13) $2,341.97 in 2000 from Lake Nokomis Pond Vegetation (Environment 1.1.6.); (14) $4,478.40 in 1998/99 from Native Plants at Lake Nokomis (Environment 2.1-3.1.); (15) $6,700 in 1997 from Commercial District Improvements Study (Economic Development 1.1.1.); (16) $51,905.70 ($3,460.29 in 1998/99; $16,927.17 in 2000; $11,518.24 in 2001; $15,000 in 2002; and $5,000 in 2003) from Implementation of Commercial Study (Economic Development 1.1.1A.); (17) $500 in 1997 from Small Busines Loan Program (Economic Development 2.1.1.); and (18) $10,000 in 1997 from Business Marketing/Public Relations (Economic Development 3.1.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $75,000 ($5,522 in 1997; $47,417.71 in 1998/99; $9,447.66 in 2000; and $12,612.63 in 2003) to Home Improvement Loan Programs (Phase II Activities, Housing 1.1-3.1.); (2) $75,000 ($20,000 in 1997; $9,449.36 in 2000; and $45,550.64 in 2001) to Bossen Group, Problem Properties, Etc. (Phase II Activities, Housing 1.4-7.2.); (3) $15,000 ($1,000 in 2002 and $14,000 in 2003) to Environmental Initiatives (Phase II Activities, Environment 1.1-4.1.); (4) $15,000 in 2002 to Trees (Phase II Activities, Environment 1.5.2.); (5) $100,000 ($7,918.24 in 1997; $4,478.40 in 1998/99; $51,479 in 2000; and $36,124.36 in 2001) to Community Outreach Efforts (Phase II Activities, Community Outreach and Participation 1.1-5.1.); (6) $5,000 in 2003 to Promote Businesses (Phase II Activities, Community Development 1.1-2.1.); (7) $20,000 ($8,481.76 in 1997 and $11,518.24 in 2001) to Children First Grant Program (Phase II Activities, Community Development 2.1-2.1.); and (8) $15,663.86 ($3,460.29 in 1998/99 and $12,203.57 in 2000) to Staff and Office Support (Phase II Activities, Administration 1.1-3.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #18 and Phase II Plan Modification #3.)
19Full Action Plan04/09/12The NCR Director approved a modification to the Action Plan to reallocate $11,873.80 in 2001 to Emergency Repair / Replacement Fund (Housing 2.1.3.) from the following strategies: (1) $9,456.80 in 2001 from Home Improvement Loans (Housing 1.1.1.); and (2) $2,417 in 2001 from Implementation of Commercial Study (Economic Development 1.1.1A.).
20Full Action Plan04/21/17The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $105,663.86 from the following strategies: (1) $60,000 ($20,000 in 1997 and $40,000 in 2001) from Bossen Group, Problem Properties, Etc. (Phase II Activities, Housing 1.4-7.2.); (2) $15,000 in 2002 from Trees (Phase II Activities, Environment 1.5.2.); (3) $15,000 in 2001 from Community Outreach Efforts (Phase II Activities, Community Participation and Outreach 1.1-5.1.); and (4) $15,663.86 ($3,460.29 in 1998/99 and $12,203.57 in 2000) from Staff and Office Support (Phase II Activities, Administration 1.1-3.1.). The funds ($20,000 in 1997; $3,460.29 in 1998/99; $12,203.57 in 2000; $55,000 in 2001; and $15,000 in 2002) are reallocated to Environmental Initiatives (Phase II Activities, Environment 1.1-4.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #20 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)

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