Neighborhood Action Plan Summary - Phase I

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Phillips West
Strategy
Pre
Year One
2000
NRP
Total
Total
Housing *
Program
Income
Mod #s
Affecting
Strategy
01 HOUSING
1.1.1.1 Housing Resource Center _ $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00   34,61
1.1.2.1 Affordable Homeownership Opportunities _ $311,204.36 $311,204.36 $311,204.36 $1,295.64 34,52,54,57,61
1.1.3.1 Energy Audit _ _      34
1.1.3.4 Phillips Lead Collaborative 2 _ _      34
1.1.4.4 Rental Subsidy Program _ _      34
1.1.5.1 Vacant Housing _ _      34
1.1.8.1 Neighborhood Based Property Management _ _      34
02 JOBS/ECONOMIC SECURITY
2.1.1.1 Implement Economic Development Plan _ _      34
2.1.1.2 Create Marketing and P R Strategies _ $87,834.00 $87,834.00     34,54,57
2.3.1.1 Green Institute _ _      25,52
2.3.1.3 GI Business Incubator _ _      34
2.3.3.2 Micro-Enterprise Training Center _ _      52
2.4.1.1 Business Low Interest Loans _ _      34
2.5.1.1 Phillips Employment Advisory Board _ _      34
2.5.1.3 Native American Employment Survey _ _      25
2.5.1.4 Employment Recruiting _ _      52
2.5.1.5 Educational Services _ _      34
2.5.1.6 Employment Support _ _      34
2.5.1.8 Employment Training _ _      34
2.7.1.1 Needs Assessment _ $0.01 $0.01     34
2.7.2.1 Voucher System _ _      34,52
2.7.2.3 Establish Childcare Facilities _ _      34
2.7.3.1 Child Care Training _ _      34
2.7.3.2 Maintain Informal Child Care _ _      34
2.8.1.1 Employment Support Services _ _      52
2.9.1.2 Youth Coordinator _ _      13
2.9.1.4 Youth Program Support _ _      34
2.9.1.5 Youth Employer Support _ _      34
2.9.1.6 Post-Secondary Education Support _ _      34
2.9.1.7 After School and Summer Employment _ _      34
2.9.2.1 Phillips Youth Enterprise Center _ _      52
2.9.2.2 Youth Business Training _ _      34
2.9.2.3 Venture Loan Program _ _      34
03 CULTURE/ARTS/ETHNICITY
3.1.1.0 Phillips Council on Arts and Culture _ _      34
3.2.2.1 Franklin Theater Rehab _ _      34
3.3.2.1 Multi-Cultural Arts Center _ $6,790.52 $6,790.52      
3.4.1.2 Youth Arts Mentorships _ _      30,34
3.5.1.2 Phillips Board of Mediation _ _      34
04 COMMUNITY SAFETY
4.1.1.1 Mobile Safety Center _ _      13,61
4.2.1.1 District Organizers _ $80,647.11 $80,647.11     30,34,57,63
4.3.2.2 Conflict Resolution Workshop _ _      34
06 LIFESPAN
5.1.1.1 Community Futures Coalition _ _      34
5.1.1.3 Networking and Information Center _ _      34
5.1.1.4 Service Delivery Plan _ _      34
5.1.1.5 Resource Directory _ _      34
5.1.2.1 Bartering/Asset Exchange _ _      13
5.2.1.1 Neighborhood Early Learning Center _ _      52
5.2.1.2 24-Hour Youth Center _ $15,810.00 $15,810.00     34,58
5.2.1.3 Family Resource Center _ _      25
5.2.3.1 Create Learning Experiences _ _      34
5.3.1.3 Provide Training in Healthcare Fields _ _      34
5.3.1.4 Fitness Programming _ _      34
07 ENVIRONMENT/TRANSPORTATION
6.1.1.1 Phillips Environmental Resource Center1 _ _      34
6.1.2.1 Community Greening Project _ $2,756.48 $2,756.48     34,63
6.1.3.1 Environmental Inventory _ _      34
6.1.4.1 Identify Uses on Unbuildable Land _ _      34
6.1.5.1 Develop Model Greenhouse _ _      13
6.2.1.1 Good Neighbor Negotiations _ _      13
6.3.1.1 'Green' Home Assessments _ _      25
6.3.2.1 Solar/Wind Demo Village _ _      34
6.3.4.1 'Green' Economic Development Strategies _ _      34
6.4.1.1 Transportation Management Plan _ $7.78 $7.78     34,61
6.4.2.1 Mid-Town Greenway _ $10,980.00 $10,980.00      
6.4.2.4 Bike Paths _ _      34
6.5.3.1 Stewart Park - Phase 2 - Safety _ _      34,61
6.5.6.1 Community Forest Management Plan _ $1,447.16 $1,447.16     34,61
6.5.7.1 Playgrounds _ _      34
6.5.9.1 Sledding Hill _ _      34
08 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
12.1.1.1 Management Team _ $608,315.04 $608,315.04 $371,072.17   13,25,34,52
PHASE 1r TOTAL    $30,501.87   $69,180.81  
TOTAL  $1,166,294.33 $692,276.53 $70,476.45  
% FOR HOUSING61%    
*Some values in the Total Housing column are administrative costs that are housing related.
PLAN MODIFICATIONS
No.Plan Step ModifiedApprovedDescription
13Full Action Plan11/21/00On November 21, 2000, the NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate $21,440.04 ($45.40 in 1995; $17,959.38 in 1996; $435.26 in 1997; and $3,000 in 1998) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.) from the following five strategies: (1) $10,782.14 ($45.40 in 1995 and $10,736.74 in 1996) from Youth Coordinator (Economic Development 9.1.1a-b.); (2) $2,171.84 in 1996 from Mobile Safety Center (Crime and Safety 1.1.1.); (3) $3,435.26 ($435.26 in 1997 and $3,000 in 1998) from Bartering/Asset Exchange (Lifespan 1.2.1.); (4) $2,196 in 1996 from Develop Model Greenhouse (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.5.1.); and (5) $2,854.80 in 1996 from "Good Neighbor" Negotiations (Environment/Transportation/Parks 2.1.1.).
25Full Action Plan06/11/02On June 11, 2002, the NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate $43,874.87 ($30,698.87 in 1995; $4,220 in 1996; $6,386 in 1997; and $2,570 in 1998) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $5,902.85 in 1995 from Green Institute (Economic Development 3.1.1.); (2) $9,827.89 in 1995 from Native American Employment Survey (Economic Development 5.1.3.); (3) $14,968.13 in 1995 from Family Resource Center (Lifespan 2.1.3.); and (4) $13,176 ($4,220 in 1996; $6,386 in 1997; and $2,570 in 1998) from "Green" Home Assessments (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.1.1.).
30Full Action Plan04/03/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate $24,000 in 1995 to District Organizers (Crime and Safety 2.1.1.) from Youth Arts Mentorships (Art/Culture/Ethnicity 4.1.2.).
34Full Action Plan12/23/03The NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $551,453.74 from 46 strategies to six strategies. The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $44,686.78 in 1996 from Housing Resource Center (Housing 1.1.1.); (2) $2,196 ($2,000 in 1996 and $196 in 1997) from Energy Audit (Housing 1.3.1.); (3) $0.04 in 1996 from Phillips Lead Collaborative (Housing 1.3.4.); (4) $32,940 in 1996 from Rental Subsidy Program (Housing 1.4.4.); (5) $9,294.39 in 1996 from Vacant Housing (EA) (Housing 1.5.1.); (6) $40,406.62 in 1996 from Neighborhood-based Property Management (Housing 1.8.1.); (6) $3,737.73 in 1996 from Implement Economic Development Plan (Economic Development 1.1.1.); (7) $568.76 in 1996 from Green Institute Business Incubator (Economic Development 3.1.3.); (8) $34,753.90 ($2,104.86 in 1997 and $32,649.04 in 1999) from Business Low Interest Loans (Economic Development 4.1.1.): (9) $223.11 in 1996 from Phillips Employment Advisory Board (Economic Development 5.1.1.); (10) $3,294 ($1,844.50 in 1995 and $1,449.50 in 1997) from Educational Services (Economic Development 5.1.5); (11) $28,833.48 ($10,520.84 in 1995; $12,687.29 in 1996; and $5,625.35 in 1997) from Employment Support (Economic Development 5.1.6.); (12) $17,300.09 ($11,405.68 in 1995 and $5,894.41 in 1996) from Employment Training (Economic Development 5.1.8.); (13) $3,845.19 in 1995 from Needs Assesment (Economic Development 7.1.1.); (14) $22,533.16 in 1996 from Voucher System (Economic Development 7.2.1.); (15) $33,638.33 in 1998 from Establish Child Care Facilities (Economic Development 7.2.3.); (16) $8,940.49 in 1995 from Child Care Training (Economic Development 7.3.1.); (17) $12,493.04 ($12,129.59 in 1995 and 363.45 in 1996) from Maintain Informal Child Care (Economic Development 7.3.2.); (18) $59,362.27 ($46,954.58 in 1995; $12,407.65 in 1996; and $0.04 in 1999) from Youth Program Support (Economic Development 9.1.1c.); (19) $18,666 in 1996 from Youth Employer Support (Economic Development 9.1.1d.); (20) $21,960 ($1,010 in 1997 and $20,950 in 1999) from Post-Secondary Education Support (Economic Development 9.1.1e.); (21) $15,372 ($707 in 1997 and $14,665 in 1999) from After School and Summer Employment (Economic Development 9.1.1f.); (22) $33,638.33 ($16,865.12 in 1997 and $16,763 in 1999) from Youth Business Training (Economic Development 9.2.2.); (23) $2,196 in 1996 from Venture Loan Program (Economic Development 9.2.3.); (24) $6,884.91 in 1995 from Phillips Council on Arts and Culture (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 1.1.); (25) $21.96 in 1995 from Franklin Theater Rehab (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 2.2.1.); (26) $31,998 in 1995 fromYouth Arts Mentorships (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 4.1.2.); (27) $2,196 ($101 in 1997 and $2,095 in 1999) from Phillips Board of Mediation (Arts/Culture/Ethnicity 5.1.2.); (28) $439.20 in 1996 from Conflict Resolution Workshop (Crime and Safety 3.2.2.); (29) $1,588 in 1995 from Community Futures Coalition (Lifespan 1.1.1.); (30) $226.31 in 1995 from Networking and Information Center (Lifespan 1.1.3.); (31) $2,541.59 in 1996 from Service Delivery Plan (Lifespan 1.1.4.); (32) $707.79 in 1996 from Resource Directory (Lifespan 1.1.5.); (33) $158.79 in 1995 from Create Learning Experiences (Lifespan 2.3.1.); (34) $6,588 ($5,303 in 1995 and $1,285 in 1996) from Provide Training in Healthcare Fields (Lifespan 3.1.3.); (35) $1,098 in 1996 from Fitness Programming (Lifespan 3.1.4.); (36) $757.62 in 1995 from Phillips Environmental Resource Center (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.1.1-5.); (37) $878.40 in 1995 from Environmental Inventory (Environment/ Transportation/Parks 1.3.1.); (38) $1,482.30 in 1995 from Identify Uses on Unbuildable Land (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.4.1.); (39) $7,686 in 1997 from Solar/Wind Demo Village (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.2.1.); (40) $3,294 in 1995 from "Green" Economic Development Strategies (Environment/Transportation/Parks 3.4.1.); (41) $5,307.73 in 1995 from Transportation Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.1.1.); (42) $9,882 ($6,816.50 in 1995 and $3,065.50 in 1997) from Bike Paths (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.2.4.); (43) $5,709.60 in 1995 from Stewart Park-Phase 2-Safety (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.3.1.); (44) $7,284 in 1995 from Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.6.1.); (45) $3,294 in 1996 from Playgrounds (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.7.1.); and (46) $549 in 1996 from Sledding Hill (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.9.1.). The funds are reallocated to the following strategies: (1) $216,944.13 in 1996 to Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (2) $60,522.51 in 1996 to Create Marketing and PR Strategies (Economic Development 1.1.2.); (3) $19,369.53 in 1995 to District Organizers (Crime and Safety 2.1.1.); (4) $41,216 in 1995 to 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.); (5) $5,000 in 1995 to Community Greening Project (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.2.1.); and (6) $208,401.57 ($47,244.78 in 1995; $1,575.84 in 1996; $38,810.33 in 1997; $33,638.33 in 1998; and $87,132.29 in 1999) to The Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.).
52Full Action Plan01/09/08The NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate $280,000 ($31,214.99 in 1995; $54,274.11 in 1996; and $194,510.90 in 1997) to the Management Team (Administrative Support 1.1.1.). The funds are reallocated from the following strategies: (1) $194,510.90 in 1997 from Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (2) $1,420.72 in 1995 from Green Institute (Economic Development 3.1.1.); (3) $526.60 in 1995 from Micro-entrepreneur Training Center (Economic Development 3.3.2.); (4) $148.61 in 1995 from Employment Recruiting (Economic Development 5.1.4.); (5) $1,255.23 in 1995 from Voucher System (Economic Development 7.2.1.); (6) $1,511.83 in 1995 from Employment Support Services (Economic Development 8.1.1.); (7) $26,352 in 1995 from Phillips Youth Enterprise Center (Economic Development 9.2.1.); and (8) $54,274.11 in 1996 from Neighborhood Early Learning Center (Lifespan 2.1.1.).
54Full Action Plan05/15/08The NRP Director approved a modification to the West Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $12,000 in 1997 from Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.) to Create Marketing and PR Strategies (Economic Development 1.1.2.).
57Full Action Plan11/16/09The NRP Director approved a modification to the West Phillips portion of the plan to reallocate $34,403.59 in 1996 to District Organizers (Crime and Safety 2.1.1.) from the following strategies: (1) $147.59 in 1996 from Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (2) $66 in 1996 from Create Marketing and PR Strategies (Economic Development 1.1.2.); and (3) $34,190 in 1996 from 24-Hour Youth Center (Lifespan 2.1.2.).
61Full Action Plan10/12/1161. On October 12, 2011, the NRP Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the plan to reallocate a total of $30,501.87 in 1995 from Phillips Neighborhood Phase I strategies to the Phillips West Phase II strategy, Phase II Implementation Support (Phillips West Phase II Plan, Plan Oversight 3.A.1.). The funds are reallocated from the following Phillips Neighborhood Phase I strategies: (1) $33.96 in 1995 from Housing Resource Center (Housing 1.1.1.); (2) $26,992.31 in 1995 from Home Ownership Assistance (Housing 1.2.1.); (3) $458.99 in 1995 from Mobile Safety Center (Crime and Safety 1.1.1.); (4) $1,447.07 in 1995 from Transportation Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 4.1.1.); (5) $1,447.07 in 1995 from Stewart Park-Phase 2-Safety (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.3.1.); and (6) $122.47 in 1995 from Community Forest Management Plan (Environment/Transportation/Parks 5.6.1.). (This is Phillips Neighborhood Phase I Plan Modification #61 and Phillips West Phase II Plan Modification #1.)
63Full Action Plan06/13/14The NCR Director approved a modification to the Phillips West portion of the Phillips plan to reallocate $2,243.52 in 1998 to District Organizers (Crime and Safety 2.1.1.) from Project (Environment/Transportation/Parks 1.2.1.).

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