Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Standish Ericsson
Strategy
Pre
Year One
1999
2000
2001
2002
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 COMMERCIAL
1.1.A.1 Commercial Matching Grant Program _ $65,000.00 $99,721.00 __$164,721.00     15,19
1.1.B.1 Commercial Node Grant Program _ $61,000.00 $20,000.00 __$81,000.00     11
1.1.C.1 Commercial Clean-Up Day _ ____      11
1.1.C.2 Commercial Lighting Plan $36,000.00 ____$36,000.00      
1.1.C.3 Install Lighting in Commercial Areas _ ____      13,14,15,16
1.2.A.1 Create Business Association _ ____      11
1.2.B.1 Commercial Opportunities Brochure _ ____      11
1.2.C.1 Business Directory $8,000.00 ____$8,000.00     4,11,14,20
02 CRIME PREVENTION AND SAFETY
2.1.A.1 Crime Prevention Awareness Campaign _ $1,335.00 ___$1,335.00     10,15
2.1.A.2 Foster Safe Environment for Students _ $1,000.00 $5,900.00 $8,000.00 $8,000.00 $22,900.00     16
2.1.A.3 Welcome Wagon Packet $1,754.00 $750.00 ___$2,504.00 $1,226.96   1,3,10
2.1.A.4 Maintain Walking Group $409.00 ____$409.00     3,10
2.1.B.1 Park Police Buy-Back Program _ ____      6
2.1.C.1 Safety Equipment $1,250.00 $5,000.00 $55,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $71,250.00     1,6,18
2.1.C.2 Crime Free Multi-Housing Program _ ____      10
2.1.D.1 Neighborhood Events/Activities $3,310.00 ____$3,310.00 $1,621.90   1, 3
2.1.E.1 Neighborhood Signs $1,360.00 ____$1,360.00     1
2.1.E.2 SENA Reps/Block Clubs $880.00 ____$880.00     1
2.1.E.3 SENA Newsletter/Communications/Etc. $13,293.00 ____$13,293.00 $6,513.57   1, 3
03 HOUSING
3.1.A.1 Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program $332,400.00 $69,440.65 $80,000.00 $80,000.00 $91,861.24 $653,701.89 $653,701.89   3,7,11,12,24
3.1.A.2 Housing Revolving Loan Program _ $150,000.00 $114,000.00 __$264,000.00 $264,000.00 $5,700.00 11,12,17,21,22
3.1.A.3 Fix-Up Rebate Program _ $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $14,838.76 $89,838.76 $89,838.76   11,12
3.1.B.1 Vacant and At-Risk Properties $20,000.00 $24,537.80 $50,914.00 $62,786.00 _$158,237.80 $158,237.80   3,19,23,24
3.1.B.2 Home Buyer Grant Program _ $13,000.00 $13,000.00 $12,000.00 $10,300.00 $48,300.00 $48,300.00   12
3.2.A.1 Home Improvement Resources $2,500.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $3,000.00 $17,500.00 $17,500.00    
3.2.B.1 Design/Rehab Consultation Program _ ____      7
04 PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT
4.1.A.1.A Water Quality Education and Improvements $1,802.00 $1,258.20 $150,000.00 __$153,060.20     1,3,10,16,20
4.1.A.1.C Catch Basin Stenciling _ ____      1
4.1.A.2 Environmentally Sound Practices Brochure _ $2,302.10 ___$2,302.10     5,8
4.1.A.3 Pilot Creek Project $78,698.00 $802.00 ___$79,500.00     1,5,10,16
4.2.A.1 Lake Hiawatha Regional Park Planning _ $10,000.00 ___$10,000.00      
4.2.A.2 Lake Hiawatha Recreational Areas $950.00 $9,550.00 $339,000.00 __$349,500.00     5,8,19
4.2.A.3 Lake Hiawatha Neighborhood Center _ _$75,000.00 __$75,000.00      
4.2.B.1 Lake Hiawatha and Creek - Solar Lights _ ____      5,19
4.2.B.2 Crosswalk Signs $4,860.00 ____$4,860.00     1,16,19
4.2.B.3 Pedestrian/Bike Path Painting/Signs $1,000.00 ____$1,000.00     1
05 PEOPLE AND COMMUNITY
5.1.A.2 Tutoring Program $15,500.00 $4,785.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 _$30,285.00     14
5.1.A.3 Ericsson Elementary Mentor Program _ ____      3
5.1.B.1 YMCA Summer Camps $20,000.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 $48,000.00      
5.1.B.2 Sibley Park - Youthline Outreach Worker _ ____      2
5.1.B.3 Supervise Sibley Pool/Playground _ ____      2
5.1.C.1 Roosevelt High School - Computer Lab _ $18,000.00 ___$18,000.00      
5.1.C.2 Folwell Middle School - Computer Lab _ $27,000.00 ___$27,000.00      
5.1.C.3 Folwell School - Survival Arts Program _ $12,000.00 ___$12,000.00      
5.1.D.1 Intergenerational Program $10,000.00 ____$10,000.00     1, 3
5.2.A.1 Youth Computer Access $3,000.00 _$4,000.00 __$7,000.00      
5.2.B.1 Arts Grant Program _ $1,100.00 $1,100.00 $1,100.00 $1,100.00 $4,400.00      
5.2.B.2 Community Arts Project _ ___$2,600.00 $2,600.00      
5.2.C.1 YWCA Construction _ $25,000.00 ___$25,000.00      
5.3.A.1 Nokomis Healthy Seniors-Block Nurse _ $10,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $55,000.00      
5.3.A.2 Senior Helpline _ $5,700.00 ___$5,700.00      
5.3.A.3 Shopping Transportation for Seniors _ $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $5,300.00      
06 TRANSPORTATION
6.1.A.1 Establish East-West Bike Route _ ____      11,20
6.1.A.2 Install Eight Bike Racks _ $6,000.00 ___$6,000.00     11,15
6.1.A.3 Bike Brochure _ _$1,000.00 $812.00 _$1,812.00     11
6.1.B.1 Transportation Task Force _ $1,000.00 ___$1,000.00     11,15
6.2.A.1 Traffic Calming Study/Implementation _ $5,225.00 $9,879.13 $188.00 _$15,292.13     11,15,16
6.3.A.1 Install Benches _ ____      11
6.3.B.1 Pedestrian-Friendly Signage _ ____      20
6.4.A.1 Noise Reduction Advocacy/Education _ $1,775.00 ___$1,775.00     11
07 IMPLEMENTATION
7.1.A.1 Staff/Office Support/Office Space $123,296.00 $53,808.00 $75,509.00 $54,311.00 $55,456.00 $362,380.00 $177,566.20   1,2,3,13,14,15
7.1.A.2 Program Personnel and Associated Costs _ $41,455.00 $91,417.00 $44,892.00 $44,560.00 $222,324.00 $108,938.76   9,13,14,15
7.1.A.3 Communications/Community Events _ $27,709.90 $21,803.00 $21,675.00 $5,573.00 $76,760.90     8,9,13,14,15
PHASE 1r TOTAL$17,090.00 $92,881.35 $77,671.87     $187,643.22 $61,021.55 $105,000.00  
TOTAL$697,352.00 $785,740.00 $1,342,240.00 $348,089.00 $265,614.00 $3,439,035.00 $1,588,467.39 $110,700.00  
% FOR HOUSING49%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
1First Step02/24/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan shifting funds in the following manner: (1) add $6,350 to the Pilot Creek Project (Parks and Environment 1.1.1); (2) decrease Catch Basin Stenciling (Parks and Environment 1.1.2) by $950; (3) decrease Water Quality Education (Parks and Environment 1.1.3) by $1,000; (4) decrease Crosswalk Signs (Parks and Environment 2.1.1) by $3,000; (5) decrease Pedestrian and Bike Path Painting (Parks and Environment 2.2.1) by $1,400; (6) decrease Intergenerational Program (Youth, Family and Seniors 2.1.1) by $950; (7) decrease Safety Equipment (Crime and Livability 1.1.2) by $2,250; (8) decrease Neighborhood Signs (Crime and Livability 1.3.1) by $500; (9) decrease Welcome Wagon Packet (Crime and Livability 1.3.2) by $990; (10) increase SENA Reps/Block Clubs (Crime and Livability 1.3.3) by $2,080; (11) allocate $1,880 to expand SENA Newsletter (Crime and Livability 1.3.4) to include Communications/Marketing; (12) allocate $1,930 to Neighborhood Events/Activities (Crime and Livability 1.2.1.); and (13) decrease Staff and Office Support (Implementation) by $1,200.
2First Step05/25/97The NRP Director approved a modification to the First Step plan to shift $16,600 from Youthline Outreach Worker (Youth, Family and Seniors, Goal 1, Objective 1, Strategy 2) and $5,200 from Supervise Sibley Pool & Playground (Youth, Family and Seniors 1.1.3.) to Staff and Office Support (Implementation 1.1.1.). The $21,800 will be used to hire a Youth Organizer.
3First Step01/06/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift $18,330 of First Step funds. The funds were shifted out of the following strategies: (1) $1,096 from Staff and Office Support (Implementation); (2) $5,500 from Ericsson Elementatry Mentor Program (Youth, Family and Seniors 1.2.2.); (3) $887 from SENA Newsletter (Crime and Livability 1.3.4.); (4) $756 from Welcome Wagon Packet (Crime and Safety 1.3.2.); (5) $91 from Maintain Walking Group (Crime and Livability 1.3.5.); and (6) $10,000 from Home Improvement Loan/Grant (Housing 1.1.3.). The funds will be reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $10,000 to Housing Survey for Inspections demolitions (Housing 1.1.2.); (2) $1,380 to Neighborhood Events/Activities (Crime and Livability 1.2.1.); (3) $6,000 to Water Quality Education (Parks and Environment 1.1.3.); and (4) $950 to Intergenerational Programs (Youth, Family and Seniors 2.1.1.).
4First Step09/17/98The NRP Director approved a modification to the plan to shift funds in the following manner: (1) $1,200 in 1996 from SENA Reps/Block Clubs (Crime and Livability 1.3.3.) to SENA Newsletter/Communications/Etc. (Crime and Livability 1.3.4.); and (2) $5,000 in 1996 from Master Plan (Commercial 3.1.1.) to Business Directory (Commercial 1.1.1.).
5Full Action Plan09/21/00The NRP Director approved a modification to the full Action Plan to reallocate $54,500 to Play Equipment/Recreational Areas at Lake Hiawatha (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.A.2.) from the following strategies: (1) $4,000 in 1998/99 from Environmentally Sound Practices Brochure (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.2.); (2) $6,500 ($4,500 in 1996 and $2,000 in 1998/99) from Pilot Creek Project/Signage/Seating (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.3.); and (3) $44,000 in 2000 from Solar Lights at Lake Hiawatha and Creek (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.B.1.).
6Full Action Plan10/31/01 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action plan to reallocate $20,000 ($5,000 in each of the years 1998/99, 2000, 2001 and 2002) from Park Police Buy-Back Program (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.B.1.) to Crime Prevention Grant Program (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.C.1.).
7Full Action Plan03/18/02 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action plan to reallocate $20,000 ($5,000 in each of the years 1998/99, 2000, 2001 and 2002) from Design/Rehab Consultation Program (Housing 2.B.1.) to Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program (Housing 1.A.1.).
8Full Action Plan12/09/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action plan to reallocate $3,697.90 in 1998/99 from Environmentally Sound Practices Brochure (Parks and Environment 1.A.2.) to the following strategies: (1) $3,550 to Play Equipment/Recreational Areas at Lake Hiawatha (Parks and Environment 2.A.2.); and (2) $147.90 to Communications/Community Events (Implementation 1.A.3.).
9Full Action Plan04/02/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action plan to reallocate $17,107 in 2002 from Communications/Community Events (Implementation 1.A.3.) to Program Personnel and Associated Costs (Implementation 1.A.2.).
10Full Action Plan08/05/03 The NRP Director approved a modification to the Action plan to reallocate a total of $4,448 from the following strategies: (1) $1,250 ($250 in 1998/99 and $1,000 in 2000) from Welcome Wagon Packet (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.A.3.); (2) $500 in 1998/99 from Maintain Walking Group (Crime Prevention and Safety 1.A.4.); (3) $500 in 2000 from Crime Free Multi-Housing Program (Crime Prevention and Safety 1.C.2.); and (4) $2,198 in 1998/99 from Pilot Creek Project/Signage/Seating (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.3.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $2,250 ($750 in 1998/99 and $1,500 in 2000) to Crime Prevention Awarness Campaign (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.A.1.); and (2) $2,198 in 1998/99 to Water Quality Improvement/Education (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.1.).
11Full Action Plan09/10/03 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $79,556 from the following strategies: (1) $60,000 in 2000 from Commercial Node Grant Program (Commercial Action Group 1.B.1.); (2) $280 in 1998/99 from Commercial Clean-up Day (Commercial Action Group 1.C.1.); (3) $140 in 1998/99 from Create Business Associations (Commercial Action Group 2.A.1.); (4) $2,500 in 1998/99 from Commercial Opportunities Brochure (Commercial Action Group 2.B.1.); (5) $4,831 in 2002 from Fix-up Rebate Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.3.); (6) $6,000 in 1998/99 from Establish an East-West Bike Route (Transportation Action Group 1.A.1.); (7) $188 in 2001 from Bike Brochure (Transportation Action Group 1.A.3.); (8) $892 in 2000 from Transportation Task Force (Transportation Action Group 1.B.1.); (9) $4,500 in 2000 from Install Benches (Transportation Action Group 3.A.1.); and (10) $225 in 1998/99 from Noise Reduction Advocacy/Education (Transportation Action Group 4.A.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $60,000 in 2000 to Install Lighting at Underlit Commercial Areas (Commercial Action Group 1.C.3.); (2) $2,920 in 1998/99 to Business Directory (Commercial Action Group 2.C.1.); (3) $4,831 in 2002 to Housing Grant/ Deferred Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.1.); (4) $6,000 in 1998/99 to Install Eight Bike Racks (Transportation Action Group 1.A.2.); and (5) $5,805 ($225 in 1998/99; $5,392 in 2000; and $188 in 2001) to Traffic Calming Study and Implementation (Transportation Action Group 2.A.1.). The modification also revises the wording of Housing Revolving Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.2.) to allow for up to $100,000 in loan repayments to be used for new loans/grants to be made through the Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.1.).
12Full Action Plan02/26/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $7,030.24 in 2002 to Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $5,330.24 in 2002 from Fix-Up Rebate Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.3.); and (2) $1,700 in 2002 from Home Buyer Grant Program (Housing Action Group 1.B.2.). The modification also revises the wording of Housing Revolving Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.2.) to allow for up to $108,000 in loan repayments to be used for Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.1.).
13Full Action Plan11/29/04 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $25,000 in 2000 from Install Lighting at Underlit Commercial Areas (Commercial Action Group 1.C.3.) to the following strategies: (1) $8,000 in 2000 to Administrative Costs of Implementation (Implementation 1.A.1.); (2) $16,000 in 2000 to Program Personnel and Associated Costs (Implementation 1.A.2.); and (3) $1,000 in 2000 to Communications/ Community Events (Implementation 1.A.3.).
14Full Action Plan05/16/05The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $22,000 from the following strategies: (1) $20,785 from Install Lighting at Underlit Commercial Areas (Commercial Action Group 1.C.3.); (2) $1,000 in 1999 from Business Directory (Commercial Action Group 2.C.1.); and (3) $215 in 1999 from Tutoring Program (People and Community Action Group 1.A.2.). The funds are reallocated to following strategies: (1) $7,500 in 2000 to Administrative Costs of Implementation (Implementation 1.A.1.); (2) $13,500 ($215 in 1999 and $13,285 in 2000) to Program Personnel and Associated Costs (Implementation 1.A.2.); and (3) $1,000 in 1999 to Communications/Community Events (Implementation 1.A.3.).
15Full Action Plan11/01/05 The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $25,000 from the following strategies: (1) $956 in 2000 from Commercial Matching Grant Program (Commercial Action Group 1.A.1.); (2) $4,352.76 in 2000 from Install Lighting at Underlit Commercial Areas (Commercial Action Group 1.C.3.); (3) $2,915 ($415 in 1998/99 and $2,500 in 2000) from Crime Prevention Awareness Campaign (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.A.1.); (4) $7,500 in 1998/99 from Install Eight Bike Racks (Transportation Action Group 1.A.2.); (5) $108 in 2000 from Transportation Task Force (Transportation Action Group 1.B.1.); and (6) $8,988.24 in 2000 from Traffic Calming Study and Implementation (Transportation Action Group 2.A.1.). The funds are reallocated to following strategies: (1) $7,725 ($1,415 in 1998/99 and $6,310 in 2000) to Administrative Costs of Implementation (Implementation 1.A.1.); (2) $10,775 in 2000 to Program Personnel and Associated Costs (Implementation 1.A.2.); and (3) $6,500 in 1998/99 to Communications/Community Events (Implementation 1.A.3.).
16Full Action Plan11/05/07The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $25,000 from the following strategies: (1) $9,682.24 in 2000 from Install Lighting at Underlit Commercial Areas (Commercial Action Group 1.C.3.); (2) $2,100 in 2000 from Foster Safe Environment for Students (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.A.2.); (3) $7,248 in 1996 from Water Quality Improvement/Education (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.1.); (4) $1,152 in 1996 from Pilot Creek Project/Signage/Seating (Parks and Environment Action group 1.A.3.); (5) $3,293.13 in 1996 from Crosswalk Signs (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.B.2.); and (6) $1,524.63 in 2000 from Traffic Calming Study and Implementation (Transportation Action Group 2.A.1.). The funds ($11,693.13 in 1996 and $13,306.87 in 2000) are reallocated to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Phase II, Community and Safety 1.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #16 and Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
17Full Action Plan02/04/08The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $55,000 in Program Income from Housing Revolving Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.2.) to the following Phase II strategies: (1) $46,500 in Program Income to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Community and Safety 1.A.1.); (2) $7,000 in Program Income to Phase II strategy, Inform Residents (Community and Safety 1.A.2.); and (3) $1,500 in Program Income to Phase II strategy, Support Community Events (Community and Safety 1.B.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #17 and Phase II Plan Modification #2.)
18Full Action Plan02/05/08The NRP Director approved a modification to revise the wording of Crime Prevention Grant Program (Crime Prevention and Safety Action Group 1.C.1.) to include graffiti prevention.
19Full Action Plan10/02/09The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $67,761.87 in Phase I funds to a Phase II strategy. The funds are reallocated from the following Phase I strategies: (1) $2,279 in 2000 from Commercial Matching Grant Program (Commercial Action Group 1.A.1.); (2) $49,086 in 2000 from Housing Survey/ Database/ Rehab/ Demo (Housing Action Group 1.B.1.); (3) $3,550 in 1996 from Play Equipment/Recreational Areas at Lake Hiawatha (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.A.2.); (4) $11,000 in 2000 from Solar Lights at Lake Hiawatha and Creek (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.B.1.); and (5) $1,846.87 in 1996 from Crosswalk Signs (Parks and Environment Action Group 2.B.2.). The funds are reallocated to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Phase II Strategies, Community and Safety 1.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #19 and Phase II Plan Modification #4.)
20Full Action Plan10/25/10The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate a total $8,859.80 ($6,859.80 in 1998/99 and $2,000 in 2000) to Phase II strategy, Inform Residents (Phase II Strategies, Community and Safety 1.A.2.). The funds are reallocated from the following Phase I strategies: (1) $1,920 in 1998/99 from Business Directory (Commercial Action Group 2.C.1.); (2) $939.80 in 1998/99 from Water Quality Improvement/Education (Parks and Environment Action Group 1.A.1.); (3) $4,000 in 1998/99 from Establish and East-West Bike Route (Transportation Action Group 1.A.1.); and (4) $2,000 in 2000 from Pedestrian-Friendly Signage (Transportation Action Group 3.B.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #20 and Phase II Plan Modification #5.)
21Full Action Plan11/28/11The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $25,000 in Program Income from Housing Revolving Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.2.) to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Phase II Strategies, Community and Safety 1.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #21 and Phase II Plan Modification #6.)
22Full Action Plan06/07/13The NRP Director approved a modification to reallocate $25,000 in Program Income from Housing Revolving Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.2.) to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Phase II Strategies, Community and Safety 1.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #22 and Phase II Plan Modification #7.)
23Full Action Plan04/06/16The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate $25,000 in 1998 from Housing Survey/Database/Rehab/Demo (Housing Action Group 1.B.1.) to Phase II strategy, Implementation Support (Phase II Strategies, Community and Safety 1.A.1.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #23 and Phase II Plan Modification #10.)
24Full Action Plan12/26/17The NCR Director approved a modification to reallocate a total of $61,021.55 from the following strategies: (1) $10,559.35 in 1998 from Housing Grant/Deferred Loan Program (Housing Action Group 1.A.1.); and (2) $50,462.20 in 1998 from Housing Survey/ Database/ Rehab/ Demo (Housing Action Group 1.B.1.) to Phase II strategy, Home Safety Projects Loans and Grants (Phase II Strategies, Housing and Development 1.C.4.). (This is Phase I Plan Modification #24 and Phase II Plan Modification #11.)

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