Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Prospect Park
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HOUSING
1.A.1 Develop Housing _ $262,600.00 $341,400.00 ___$604,000.00 $604,000.00   4,5,9,16,17
1.B.2 Rehabilitate Existing Housing _ $47,106.30 ____$47,106.30 $47,106.30 $12,850.00 4,12,17,21
03 TRANSPORTATION
2.A.1 Transportation Plan _ $199,250.00 ____$199,250.00     7
2.A.4 Signage to Reduce Noise _ _____      14
2.B.1.a Traffic Calming Program _ $37,263.56 $3,250.00 ___$40,513.56     10,14,17,21
2.B.1.c S.M.A.R.T. Cart _ _____      7
2.B.2.c Replace Tower Hill Steps _ $15,000.00 _$3,766.15 $3,933.85 _$22,700.00     6
04 ENVIRONMENT
3.A.2 Protect Sites from Contamination _ $18,697.00 $800.00 $800.00 __$20,297.00     8
3.A.3.b Toxin-Absorbing Plants _ $201.88 ____$201.88     8,19
3.A.4.c Wetland Restoration _ _____      8,10,11,14
3.A.5 Southeast Environmental Coordination _ $14,000.00 ____$14,000.00     11
3.A.6 Wildlife and Animal Management _ $500.00 ____$500.00      
3.A.7 Recycling Services _ _____      8
3.A.8 Eliminate Litter _ $60.48 ____$60.48     8,19
05 EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
4.A.1.a Neighborhood Learning Center _ _$326.34 $696,628.00 __$696,954.34     5,9,14,15,17,19
4.A.1.c NET Program $20,000.00 _$19,999.86 _$0.14 _$40,000.00     15,21
4.A.1.d Bookmobile _ _$19,867.83 ___$19,867.83     14,21
4.A.2 Childcare Study _ _$11,499.99 $4,000.00 __$15,499.99     8,19
4.A.3.a Coffee Cart _ _$3,000.00 ___$3,000.00     2,8,10,14
4.B.1.b Parenting Support _ $33,478.00 $31,200.00 $6,172.00 __$70,850.00   $14,150.00 17
4.B.1.c Food Shelf _ $14,000.00 $20,801.68 $7,000.00 __$41,801.68     15
4.B.3 Renovate Pratt $148,000.00 $32,000.00 $130,741.15 $11,233.85 __$321,975.00     6
4.C.1.a Block Nurse Program $10,000.00 $25,640.00 _$10,000.00 $2,600.00 _$48,240.00     2,10,17,20
06 SAFETY AND SECURITY
5.A.1 Block Club Work _ $4,800.00 $12,700.00 $2,500.00 __$20,000.00     14,17
5.A.2 Graffiti Removal _ $195.00 ____$195.00     19
5.A.3 Parking Stickers _ $250.00 $137.00 ___$387.00     10
5.A.4.b Street Lighting _ $4,040.00 $173,094.00 $200,200.00 $4,466.00 $5,000.00 $386,800.00     10,14
5.A.4.c Bikeway Lighting _ _____      14
5.A.5.b Install Park Lighting _ $86,000.00 ____$86,000.00     14,15
07 LIVABILITY
6.A.2 Welcome Packet _ $100.00 $48.00 ___$148.00 $31.08   10
6.A.3 Neighborhood Directory _ $1,495.00 $570.00 $1,200.00 __$3,265.00     10,14,19
6.B.1 Landscaping Plan _ $9,397.00 ____$9,397.00     14
6.B.2.a Landscaping Committee _ $90.00 ____$90.00     14
6.B.2.b Landscaping Projects _ $10,603.00 $10,000.00 ___$20,603.00     14
6.B.2.c Tower Hill Plantings _ $5,000.00 ____$5,000.00      
6.B.2.d Landscaping Trainings _ $160.00 ____$160.00     14
6.B.2.f Boulevard Trees $15,000.00 _____$15,000.00      
6.C.1 Gateways and Signs _ _$20,961.33 $19,000.00 __$39,961.33     12,14,18,19
08 BUSINESS, JOBS AND EMPLOYMENT
7.B.1.a Glendale Jobs Program $68,310.00 _$18,483.85 ___$86,793.85     3,6
7.B.1.b Employment Opportunities _ __$2,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $4,000.00     15
7.B.1.c Employment for Youth _ _$2,000.00 __$500.00 $2,500.00     14,15
7.C.1 SEIA Study $17,500.00 _$10,000.00 __$1,975.00 $29,475.00     13
7.C.2 University Avenue Corridor Study _ $15,302.14 $0.17 _$0.01 _$15,302.32     10,21
09 PARKS, ART, RECREATION AND CULTURE
8.A.1.a Luxton Park Council Staff $14,548.00 _$13,580.15 $10,000.00 __$38,128.15     12,14,18
8.A.1.b Luxton Sports Camps $5,000.00 _$3,000.00 ___$8,000.00     8,14
8.A.1.c Luxton Sports Equipment $3,180.00 _$5,964.85 ___$9,144.85     8,14,18
8.A.1.d Luxton Computer Classroom $18,452.00 _$10,500.00 ___$28,952.00     12,14,18,19
8.A.1.e Special Programs Coordinator _ $15,000.00 $15,000.00 ___$30,000.00     1
8.B.2 Neighborhood Landmarks _ $25,710.00 $3,601.00 $5,000.00 __$34,311.00     10,12,14
10 ADMINSTRATION / STAFF SUPPORT
9.1.a Implementation Coordinator _ $26,800.00 $30,000.00 $23,100.00 $22,000.00 $5,525.00 $107,425.00 $22,559.25   3,13,14,15,16
9.2 Office/Resource Center _ $8,300.00 $3,500.00 $17,400.00 $1,300.00 $1,000.00 $31,500.00 $6,615.00   10,13,15
9.3 Neighborhood Foundation _ _____      10
11 CONTINGENCY
10.1 Contingency Funds _ _____      6,10,21
PHASE 1r TOTAL  $10.64 $17,542.80     $31,500.00 $49,053.44 $7,500.00    
TOTAL$319,990.00 $913,050.00 $933,570.00 $1,020,000.00 $35,300.00 $46,500.00 $3,268,410.00 $687,811.63 $27,000.00  
% FOR HOUSING21%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1Full Action Plan11/21/95The NRP Director approved a plan modification broadening the Winter Splash Coordinator (Parks, Art, Recreation & Culture A.1.e.) into a Special Projects Coordinator position. The strategy has been renamed; no funds were shifted.
2Full Action Plan11/21/95The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $5,000 from the 1997 allocation for Southeast Seniors (Education and Human Services C.1.) to the 1996 allocation for that strategy. In return, $5,000 was shifted from 1996 to 1997 for the Coffee Cart (Education and Human Services A.3.).
3Full Action Plan10/28/96The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan shifting $1,500 in 1995 from Glendale Jobs Program (Business, Jobs & Employment B.1.a.) to Implementation Staff (Administration 1.a.). The funds will be for staff work that supports collaborative efforts of Prospect Park and Glendale.
4Full Action Plan04/21/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $100,000 in 1995 from Develop Housing (Housing A.1.) to Rehabilition of Existing Housing (Housing B.2.). The funds will be used for down payment, closing cost and rehab assistance for purchasers of houses previously owned by the University of Minnesota.
5Full Action Plan12/29/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $320,000 in 1996 from Develop Housing (Housing A.1.) to Neighborhood Learning Center Education and Human Services A.1.a.). The funds will be used for site improvements to Pratt.
6Full Action Plan01/05/98The NRP Director approved past allocations of Contingency Funds as a modification to the plan: (1) $23,483.85 from the 1995 and 1996 allocations to Contingency Funds to Glendale Jobs Program (Business, Jobs and Employment B.1.a.); (2) $17,750 from the 1996 and 1997 allocations for Renovate Pratt (Education and Human Services B.3.); and (3) $7,700 from the 1997 and 1998 allocations for Pedestrian Friendliness (Transportation B.2.).
7Full Action Plan08/05/98The NRP Director approved a plan modification to shift $11,000 in 1995 from Traffic Calming (Transportation B.1., specifically those funds designated for a S.M.A.R.T. Cart) to Transportation Plan (Transportation A.1.).
8Full Action Plan01/05/99The NRP Director approved the following plan modification: (1) $9,000 ($5,000 in 1996; $4,000 in 1997) is shifted to Childcare Study (Education and Human Services A.2.) from Coffee Cart (Education and Human Services A.3.); (2) $7,297 ($5,697 in 1995; $800 in 1997) is shifted to Pollution Inventory (Environment A.1-2.) from (a) $298 in 1995 from Research (Environment A.3.); (b) $4,960 in 1995 from Wetland Restoration (Environment A.4.); (c) $1,500 ($300 in 1995; $600 in 1996; $600 in 1997) from Composting, Recycling (Environment A.7.); and (d) $539 ($139 in 1995; $200 in 1996; $200 in 1997) from Clean-up (Environment A.8.); and (3) $2,000 in 1996 to Luxton Sports Equipment (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.c.) from Luxton Sports Camps (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.b.).
9Full Action Plan02/18/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $320,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood Learning Center (Education & Human Services A.1.a.) to Develop Housing (Housing A.1.).
10Full Action Plan03/10/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan resulting in a shift of $32,188 from six existing strategies into seven existing strategies. The funds are taken from the six srategies as follows: (1)$4,040 in 1995 is taken from Wetland Restoration (Environment A.4.); (2) $152 in 1996 is taken from Welcome Packet (Livability A.2.); (3) $1,930 in 1996 is taken from Directory (Livability A.3.); (4) $10,000 ($5,000 in 1996 and $5,000 in 1997) is taken from University Avenue Corridor Study (Business, Jobs and Employment C.2.); (5) $5,000 ($3,000 in 1996, $1,000 in 1997 and $1,000 in 1998) is taken from Neighborhood Foundation (Administration/Staff Support 3); and (6) $11,066 ($6,066in 1998 and $5,000 in 1999) is taken from Contingency Funds. The funds are moved into the seven strategies as follows: (1) $3,250 in 1996 is moved into Traffic Calming (Transportation B.1.); (2) $3,000 in 1996 is moved into Coffee Cart (Education and Human Services A.3.); (3) $2,600 in 1998 is moved into SE Seniors (Education and Human Services C.1.); (4) $137 in 1996 is moved into Parking Stickers (Safety and Security A.3.); (5) $13,600 (4,040 in 1995, $94 in 1996, $4,466 in 1998 and $5,000 in 1999) is moved into Street and Bikeway Lighting (Safety and Security A.4.); (6) $3,601 in 1996 is moved into Neighborhood Landmarks (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture B.2.); and (7) $6,000 in 1997 is moved into Office/Resource Center (Administration/Staff Support 2.).
11Full Action Plan03/12/99The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $14,000 in 1995 from Wetland Restoration (Environment A.4.) to Southeast Environmental Coordination (Environment A.5.).
12Full Action Plan04/24/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate funds in the following manner: (1) $1,000 in 1996 is reallocated to Luxton Computer Classroom (Park, Art, Recreation Culture A.1.d.) from Luxton Park Council Staff (Park, Art, Recreation Culture A.1.a.); and (2) $5,710 in 1995 is reallocated to Neighborhood Landmarks (Park, Art, Recreation Culture B.2.) from two strategies: (a) $3,710 from Rehab of Existing Housing (Housing B.2.); and (b) $2,000 from Gateways and Signs (Livability C.1.).
13Full Action Plan12/13/00The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $20,525 ($10,000 in 1997; $10,000 in 1998; and $525 in 1999) from SEIA Study (Business, Jobs and Employment C.1.) to two strategies: (1) $10,525 ($10,000 in 1998 and $525 in 1999) to Implementation Staff (Administration/Staff Support 1.a.); and (2) $10,000 in 1997 to Office/Resource Center (Administration/Staff Support 2.).
14Full Action Plan03/20/01The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $$52,227 among 23 strategies. The modification reallocates funds from 12 strategies in the following manner: (1) $500 in 1995 from Signs (Transportation A.4.); (2) $2,000 in 1995 from Wetland Restoration (Environment A.4.); (3) $132 in 1996 from Bookmobile (Education and Human Services A.1.d.); (4) $1,000 in 1997 from Coffee Cart (Education and Human Services A.3.); (5) $23,000 in 1997 from Bikeway Lighting (Safety and Security A.4.c.); (6) $300 in 1995 from Park Lighting (Safety and Security A.5.); (7) $10,603 ($603 in 1995 and $10,000 in 1996) from MN Green Landscape Plan (Livability B.1.); (8) $40 in 1995 from Landscape Trainings/Information (Livability B.2.d.); (9) $700 in 1997 from Employment for Youth (Business, Jobs and Employment B.1.c.); (10) $6,952 in 1995 from Luxton Park Council Staff (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.a.); (11) $6,000 in 1996 from Luxton Sports Camps (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.b.); and (12) $1,000 in 1996 from Luxton Sports Equipment (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.c.). The funds are reallocated to 12 strategies in the following manner: (1) $2,500 in 1995 to Traffic Calming (Transportation B.1.); (2) $1,132 ($132 in 1996 and $1,000 in 1997) to Neighborhood Learning Center (Education and Human Services A.1.a.); (3) $5,000 in 1997 to Block Clubs (Safety and Security A.1.); (4) $700 in 1997 to Street Lighting (Safety and Security A.4.b.); (5) $700 in 1997 to Directory (Livability A.3.); (6) $40 in 1995 to Landscape Committee (Livability B.2.a.); (7) $10,603 ($603 in 1995 and $10,000 in 1996) to Landscape Plantings (Livability B.2.b.); (8) $2,000 in 1996 to Gateways, Signs (Livability C.1.); (9) $10,000 in 1997 to Luxton Park Council Staff (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.a.); (10) $11,952 ($6,952 in 1995 and $5,000 in 1996) to Computer Classroom (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.d.); (11) $5,000 in 1997 to Neighborhood Landmarks (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture B.2.); and (12) $2,600 ($300 in 1995 and $2,300 in 1997) to Implementation Staff (Administration/Staff Support 1.a.).
15Full Action Plan08/23/01The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $5,998.46 in the following manner: (1) $198.46 in 1996 is reallocated to Neighborhood Learning Center (Education and Human Services A.1.a.) from two strategies: (a) $0.14 from NET Program (Education and Human Services A.1.c.), and (b) $198.32 from Food Shelf Support (Education and Human Services B.1.); (2) $3,000 in 1995 to Office/Resouce Center (Administration/Staff Support 2.) from Park Lighting (Safety and Security A.5.); and (3) $2,800 ($800 in 1997 and $2,000 in 1998) to Implementation Staff (Administration/Staff Support 1.) from two strategies: (a) $1,000 in 1998 from Employment Opportunities (Business, Jobs and Employment B.1.b.); and (b) $1,800 ($800 in 1997 and $1,000 in 1998) from Employment for Youth (Business, Jobs and Employment B.1.c.).
16Full Action Plan09/19/02The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $10,000 in 1995 from Develop Housing (Housing A.1.) to Implementation Staff (Administration/Staff Support 1.a.).
17Full Action Plan05/07/03 The NRP Director, based on approvals by the MRT and Policy Board, approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $606,268 from the following strategies: (1) $528,000 ($31,200 in 1996 and $496,800 in 1997) from Develop Housing (Housing A.1.); (2) $56,940 ($42,790 in 1995 and $14,150 in Program Income) from Rehabilitation of Existing Housing (Housing B.2.); (3) $16,328 in 1995 from Traffic Calming (Transportation B.1.); and (4) $5,000 in 1997 from Block Clubs (Safety and Security A.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $85,000 ($33,478 in 1995; $31,200 in 1996; $6,172 in 1997; and $14,150 in Program Income) to Parenting Education/Health Care (Education and Human Services B.1.b.); (2) $495,628 in 1997 to Neighborhood Learning Center (Education and Human Services A.1.a.); and (3) $25,640 in 1995 to Southeast Seniors (Education and Human Services C.1.).
18Full Action Plan04/30/03The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $10,919.85 in 1996 from Luxton Park Council Staff (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.a.) to three strategies: (1) $2,000 in 1996 to Gateways, Signs (Livability C.1.); (2) $3,919.85 in 1996 to Luxton Sports Equipment (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.b.); and (3) $5,000 in 1996 to Computer Classroom (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.d.).
19Full Action Plan03/23/05The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $2,553.44 ($10.64 in 1995 and $2,542.80 in 1996) to a new Phase II strategy, Phase II Plan Development (Phase II Plan Development 1.) from the following strategies: (1) $5.00 in 1995 from Pollution Inventory (Environment A.1-2.); (2) $0.12 in 1995 from Research (Environment A.3.); (3) $0.52 in 1995 from Clean-Up (Environment A.8.); (4) $4.12 in 1996 from Neighborhood Learning Center (Education and Human Services A.1.a.); (5) $0.01 in 1996 from Childcare Study (Education and Human Services A.2.); (6) $5.00 in 1995 from Directory (Livability A.3.); (7) $2,038.67 in 1996 from Gateways, Signs (Livability C.1.); and (8) $500 in 1996 from Computer Classroom (Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture A.1.d.). On May 11, 2005, the NRP Director approved an amendment to the modification to reallocate $5 in 1995 from Graffiti Removal (Safety and Security A.2.) to Pollution Inventory (Environment A.1-2.). (This modification is Phase I Plan Modification #19 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
20Full Action Plan05/23/05 The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate $15,000 in 1996 from SE Seniors (Education and Human Services C.1.) to Phase II strategy, Phase II Plan Development (Phase II Plan Development 1). (This modification is Phase I Plan Modification #20 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)
21Full Action Plan09/14/05The NRP Director approved a plan modification to reallocate a total of $15,302.46 from the following strategies: (1) $6.393.70 in 1995 from Rehabilitation of Existing Housing (Housing B.2.); (2) $8,908.44 in 1995 from Traffic Calming (Transportation B.1.); (3) $0.17 in 1996 from Bookmobile (Education and Human Services A.1.d.); and (4) $0.15 in 1998 from Contingency Funds. The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $0.14 in 1998 to NET Program (Education and Human Services A.1.c.); and (2) $15,302.32 ($15,302.14 in 1995; $0.17 in 1996; and $0.01 in 1998) to University Avenue Corridor Study (Business, Jobs and Employment C.2.).

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