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68 EPIC Phase 1 Neighborhood Action Plan (Details)


Strategy
Pre
Year One
2000
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HOUSING
1.1.1.1 Housing Resource Center _ _      19,62
1.1.2.1 Affordable Homeownership Opportunities _ $656,596.98 $656,596.98 $656,596.98 $68,829.67 19,62
1.1.3.1 Energy Audit _ _      19
1.1.3.4 Phillips Lead Collaborative 2 _ _      19
1.1.4.4 Rental Subsidy Program _ _      19
1.1.5.1 Vacant Housing _ $17,042.83 $17,042.83 $17,042.83   19,26,31,62
1.1.8.1 Neighborhood Based Property Management _ _      38,40,47
02 JOBS/ECONOMIC SECURITY
2.1.1.1 Implement Economic Development Plan _ _      19
2.1.1.2 Create Marketing and P R Strategies _ $53,974.28 $53,974.28     11,47
2.2.1.5 Lake Street Corridor _ $3,000.00 $3,000.00     31
2.3.1.1 Green Institute _ _      19,47
2.3.1.3 GI Business Incubator _ _      19
2.3.3.2 Micro-Enterprise Training Center _ _      47
2.4.1.1 Business Low Interest Loans _ _      19
2.5.1.1 Phillips Employment Advisory Board _ _      19
2.5.1.3 Native American Employment Survey _ _      19
2.5.1.4 Employment Recruiting _ _      47
2.5.1.5 Educational Services _ _      19
2.5.1.6 Employment Support _ _      19
2.5.1.8 Employment Training _ _      19
2.7.1.1 Needs Assessment _ _      19
2.7.2.1 Voucher System _ _      19,47
2.7.2.3 Establish Childcare Facilities _ _      19
2.7.3.1 Child Care Training _ _      19
2.7.3.2 Maintain Informal Child Care _ _      19
2.8.1.1 Employment Support Services _ _      47
2.9.1.2 Youth Coordinator _ _      19
2.9.1.4 Youth Program Support _ _      11
2.9.1.5 Youth Employer Support _ _      19
2.9.1.6 Post-Secondary Education Support _ _      19
2.9.1.7 After School and Summer Employment _ _      19
2.9.2.1 Phillips Youth Enterprise Center _ _      37,47
2.9.2.2 Youth Business Training _ _      19
2.9.2.3 Venture Loan Program _ _      19
03 CULTURE/ARTS/ETHNICITY
3.1.1.0 Phillips Council on Arts and Culture _ _      19
3.2.2.1 Franklin Theater Rehab _ _      19
3.3.2.1 Multi-Cultural Arts Center _ $7,016.25 $7,016.25      
3.4.1.2 Youth Arts Mentorships _ _      19
3.5.1.2 Phillips Board of Mediation _ _      19
3.5.2.1 Phillips Council on Arts and Culture _ _      19
04 COMMUNITY SAFETY
4.1.1.1 Mobile Safety Center _ _      19
4.2.1.1 District Organizers _ _      19
4.3.2.2 Conflict Resolution Workshop _ _      19
06 LIFESPAN
5.1.1.1 Community Futures Coalition _ _      22
5.1.1.3 Networking and Information Center _ _      22
5.1.1.4 Service Delivery Plan _ _      22
5.1.1.5 Resource Directory _ _      19
5.1.2.1 Bartering/Asset Exchange _ _      19
5.2.1.1 Neighborhood Early Learning Center _ _      53
5.2.1.2 24-Hour Youth Center _ $151,320.00 $151,320.00     19,41,47,56,59,62
5.2.1.3 Family Resource Center _ _      19
5.2.3.1 Create Learning Experiences _ _      22
5.2.3.2 Assess Library Needs and Improve Service _ $5,000.00 $5,000.00     41
5.3.1.3 Provide Training in Healthcare Fields _ _      19
5.3.1.4 Fitness Programming _ _      19
07 ENVIRONMENT/TRANSPORTATION
6.1.1.1 Phillips Environmental Resource Center1 _ _      19
6.1.3.1 Environmental Inventory _ _      19
6.1.4.1 Identify Uses on Unbuildable Land _ _      19
6.1.5.1 Develop Model Greenhouse _ _      19
6.2.1.1 Good Neighbor Negotiations _ _      19
6.3.1.1 'Green' Home Assessments _ _      19
6.3.2.1 Solar/Wind Demo Village _ _      19
6.3.4.1 'Green' Economic Development Strategies _ $2,527.70 $2,527.70     28,47,62
6.4.1.1 Transportation Management Plan _ _      19,62
6.4.2.1 Mid-Town Greenway _ $482.39 $482.39     19,28,47,62
6.4.2.4 Bike Paths _ $482.39 $482.39     28,31,47,62
6.5.3.1 Stewart Park - Phase 2 - Safety _ _      19,62
6.5.6.1 Community Forest Management Plan _ _      19,28,47,62
6.5.7.1 Playgrounds _ _$52,770.96     19,28,47,62
6.5.9.1 Sledding Hill _ _      19
08 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
12.1.1.1 Management Team _ $254,910.77 $254,910.77 $180,986.65   19,22,31,37,38,40,47,53,59
TOTAL  $1,205,124.55 $854,626.46 $68,829.67  
% FOR HOUSING71%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
11Full Action Plan10/05/00On October 5, 2000, the NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $61,335.61 ($7,271.61 in 1996; and $54,064.00 in 1997) to Create Marketing and PR Strategies (Economic Development 1.1.2.) from Youth Program Support (Economic Development 9.1.1c.).
19Full Action Plan03/08/02On March 8, 2002, the NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $540,231.05 from 47 strategies to six strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $56,504.69 in 1995 from Housing Resource Center (Housing 1.1.1.); (2) $2,269 ($2,000 in 1995 and $269 in 1997) from Energy Audit (Housing 1.3.1.); (3) $0.04 in 1996 from Phillips Lead Collaborative (Housing 1.3.4.); (4) $34,035 in 1995 from Rental Subsidy Program (Housing 1.4.4.); (5) $3,861.98 in 1995 from Implement Economic Development Plan (Economic Development 1.1.1.); (6) $6,099.07 in 1995 from Green Institute (Economic Development 3.1.1.); (7) $587.67 in 1996 from Green Institute Business Incubator (Economic Development 3.1.3.); (8) $35,909.19 ($35,402.76 in 1996 and $506.43 in 1999) from Business Low Interest Loans (Economic Development 4.1.1.); (9) $230.53 in 1999 from Phillips Employment Advisory Board (Economic Development 5.1.1.); (10) $10,154.60 in 1995 from Native American Employment Survey (Economic Development 5.1.3.); (11) $3,403.50 in 1995 from Educational Services (Economic Development 5.1.5.); (12) $29,971.97 in 1995 from Employment Support (Economic Development 5.1.6.); (13) $17,875.18 in 1995 from Employment Training (Economic Development 5.1.8.); (14) $3,973.02 in 1995 from Needs Assessment (Economic Development 7.1.1.); (15) $23,282.21 in 1995 from Voucher System (Economic Development 7.2.1.); (16) $34,756.54 in 1998 from Establish Child Care Facilities (Economic Development 7.2.3.); (17) $9,237.69 in 1995 from Child Care Training (Economic Development 7.3.1.); (18) $12,908.34 in 1995 from Maintain Informal Child Care (Economic Development 7.3.2.); (19) $11,140.56 in 1995 from Youth Coordinator (Economic Development 9.1.1a-b.); (20) $19,286.50 in 1996 from Youth Employer Support (Economic Development 9.1.1d.); (21) $22,690 ($22,370 in 1996 and $320 in 1997) from Post-Secondary Education Support (Economic Development 9.1.1e.); (22) $15,883 ($15,659 in 1996 and $224 in 1997) from After School and Summer Employment (Economic Development 9.1.1f.); (23) $30,756.54 ($26,607.37 in 1995 and $8,149.17 in 1996) from Youth Business Training (Economic Development 9.2.2.); (24) $2,269 in 1996 from Venture Loan Program (Economic Development 9.2.3.); (25) $7,113.78 in 1995 from Phillips Council on Arts and Culture (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 1.1.); (26) $22.69 in 1995 from Franlin Theater Rehab (Arts/Culture/ Ethnicity 2.2.1.); (27) $57,859.50 in 1995 from Youth Arts Mentorships (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 4.1.2.); (28) $2,269 ($2,237 in 1996 and $32 in 1997) from Phillips Board of Mediation (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 5.1.2.); (29) $2,244.04 in 1995 from Mobile Safety Center (Crime and Safety 1.1.1.); (30) $651.43 in 1995 from District Organizers (Crime and Safety 2.1.1.); (31) $453.80 in 1996 from Conflict Resolution Workshop (Crime and Safety 3.2.2.); (32) $731.32 in 1996 from Resource Directory (Lifespan 1.1.5.); (33) $3,549.46 in 1996 from Bartering/Asset Exchange (Lifespan 1.2.1.); (34) $15,465.70 in 1995 from Family Resource Center (Lifespan 2.1.3.); (35) $6,807 in 1995 from Provide Training in Healthcare Fields (Lifespan 3.1.3.); (36) $1,134.50 in 1996 from Fitness Programming (Lifespan 3.1.4.); (37) $782.81 in 1995 from Phillips Environmental Resource Center (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.1.1-5.); (38) $907.60 in 1995 from Environmental Inventory (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.3.1.); (39) $1,531.58 in 1996 from Identify Uses on Unbuildable Land (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.4.1.); (40) $2,269 in 1996 from Develop Model Greenhouse (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.5.1.); (41) $2,949.70 in 1996 from "Good Neighbor" Negotiations (Environment/Transportation/Parks 2.1.1.); (42) $13,614 in 1997 from "Green" Home Assessments (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.1.1.); (43) $7,941.50 in 1997 from Solar/Wind Demo Village (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.2.1.); (44) $5,484.17 in 1995 from Transportation Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.1.1.); (45) $5,899.40 in 1995 from Stewart Park-Phase 2-Safety (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.3.1.); (46) $9,076 in 1995 from Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.6.1.); and (47) $567.25 in 1996 from Sledding Hill (Environment/ Transportation/Parks 5.9.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $348,013.74 ($305,311.50 in 1995 and $42,702.24 in 1996) to Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (2) $36,749.64 ($36,749.60 in 1995 and $0.04 in 1996) to Vacant Housing (Housing 1.5.1.); (3) $65,383.36 ($21,128.20 in 1995 and $44,255.16 in 1996) to 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.); (4) $5,484.17 in 1996 to Midtown Greenway (Environment/Transportation/ Parks 4.2.1.); (5) $26,706.14 in 1996 to Playgrounds (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.7.1.); and (6) $57,894 ($22,400.50 in 1997; $34,756.54 in 1998; and $736.96 in 1999) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.). The modification also revises the wording of two strategies: (1) Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.) is revised to include support for the Village in Phillips and 29th and Bloomington projects, additions to GMHC houses in East Phillips, and home ownership and down payment assistance to home buyers; and (2) 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) to include multiple educational and recreational programs.
22Full Action Plan05/23/02On May 23, 2002, the NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $4,665.61 ($1,805.71 in 1995 and $2,859.90 in 1996) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $1,641.64 in 1995 from Community Futures Coalition (Lifespan 1.1.1.); (2) $233.83 in 1996 from Networking and Information Center (Lifespan 1.1.3.); (3) $2,626.07 in 1996 from Service Delivery Plan (Lifespan 1.1.4.); and (4) $164.07 in 1995 from Create Learning Experiences (Lifespan 2.3.1.).
26Full Action Plan07/30/02On July 30, 2002, the NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to revise the wording of Vacant Housing (Housing 1.5.1.) to allow for vacant lots to be purchased and developed as community gardens.
28Full Action Plan10/24/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $2,000 ($1,500 in 1995 and $500 in 1996) to Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/ Parks 5.6.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $500 in 1995 from "Green" Economic Development Strategies (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.4.1.); (2) $500 in 1995 from Mid-Town Greenway (Environment/Transportation/ Parks 4.2.1.); (3) $500 in 1995 from Bike Paths (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.2.4.); and (4) $500 in 1996 from Playgrounds (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.7.1.).
31Full Action Plan06/23/02The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $32,052.99 in the following manner: (1) $29,052.99 in 1997 is reallocated from Vacant Housing (Housing 1.5.1.) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.); and (2) $3,000 in 1997 from Bike Paths (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.2.4.) to Lake Street Corridor (Economic Development 2.1.3.).
37Full Action Plan03/22/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $25,000 in 1995 from Phillips Youth Enterprise Center (Economic Development 9.2.1.) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.).
38Full Action Plan05/25/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $20,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood-based Property Management (Housing 1.8.1.) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.).
40Full Action Plan09/22/04The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $20,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood-based Property Management (Housing 1.8.1.) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.).
41Full Action Plan11/10/04On November 10, 2004, the NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips, Midtown Phillips and Ventura Village portions of the Phillips plan to reallocate a total of $15,000 in 1995 to Assess Library Needs and Improve Service (Lifespan 2.3.2.) from the following strategies: (1) $5,000 in 1995 from the Ventura Village portion of Phillips Youth Enterprise Center (EA) (Economic Development 9.2.1.); (2) $5,000 in 1995 from the East Phillips portion of 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.); and (3) $5,000 in 1995 from the Midtown Phillips portion of The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.). On December 20, 2004, the NRP Director amended the approval to make it retroactive to June 1, 2004.
47Full Action Plan03/12/07The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $77,860.64 ($11,711.51 in 1995; $59,938.63 in 1996; $1,158 in 1997; and $5,052.50 in 1999) to 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) from the following strategies: (1) $1,749.82 in 1996 from Neighborhood-based Property Management (Housing 1.8.1.); (2) $23,250 in 1996 from Create Marketing and PR Strategies (Economic Development 1.1.2.); (3) $1,467.95 in 1995 from Green Institute (Economic Development 3.1.1.); (4) $544.11 in 1995 from Micro-entrepreneur Training Center (Economic Development 3.3.2.); (5) $153.55 in 1995 from Employment Recruiting (Economic Development 5.1.4.); (6) $1,296.96 in 1995 from Voucher System (Economic Development 7.2.1.); (7) $1,562.08 in 1995 from Employment Support Services (Economic Development 8.1.1.); (8) $2,288 in 1995 from Phillips Youth Enterprise Center (Economic Development 9.2.1.); (9) $283.50 in 1995 from "Green" Economic Development Strategies (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.4.1.); (10) $5,829.17 in 1996 from Midtown Greenway (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.2.1.); (11) $6,210.50 ($1,158 in 1997 and $5,052.50 in 1999) from Bike Paths (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.2.4.); (12) $2,000 in 1995 from Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.6.1.); (13) $29,109.64 in 1996 from Playground (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.7.1.); and (14) $2,115.36 in 1995 from The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.). The modification also revises the wording of 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) to include the creation of a community center for youth and families.
53Full Action Plan04/15/08The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $49,000 in 1996 from Neighborhood Early Learning Center (Lifespan 2.1.1.) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.).
56Full Action Plan09/16/08The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to revise the wording of 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) to include Hennepin County 2nd 7.5% funds as a source of funds for a new park building in East Phillips Park.
59Full Action Plan12/11/09The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate 45,000 in 1997 to 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) from The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.) The modification also revises the working of 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.) to allow funds from this strategy to support programs elsewhere in the neighborhood.
62Full Action Plan12/15/11The NRP Director approved a modification to the East Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $52,270.96 ($3,333.12 in 1995; $18,399.66 in 1996; and $30,538.18 in 1999) to Playgrounds (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 5.7.1). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $35.09 in 1999 from Housing Resource Center (Housing 1.1.1.); (2) $30,228.31 in 1999 from Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (3) $257.17 in 1999 from Vacant Housing (Housing 1.5.1.); (4) $474.25 in 1996 from Mobile Safety Center (Crime and Safety 1.1.1.); (5) 7,078.30 in 1996 from Neighborhood Early Learning Center (Lifespan 2.1.1.); (6) $1,000 in 1996 from 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.); (7) $92.30 in 1995 from Green Economic Development Strategies (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 3.4.1.); (8) $1,503.21 in 1995 from Transportation Management Plan (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 4.1.1.); (9) $10,017.61 ($1,737.61 in 1995 and $8,280 in 1996) from Midtown Greenway (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 4.2.1.); (10) $17.61 in 1999 from Bike Paths (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 4.2.4.); (11) $1,495.17 in 1996 from Stewart Park-Phase 2-Safety (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 5.3.1.); and (12) $71.94 in 1996 from Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/ Transportation/ Parks 5.6.1.).

68 EPIC Action Plan Summary (SU-07)
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