Fifth Program Year DRAFT Action Plan

(PY20 12-20 13) GENERAL

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Executive Summary The City of Mobile expects to receive a total of approximately $3.1 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) entitlement funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for its 2012 program year. The City's 2012 program year will run from May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2013. This is the Fifth Program Year Action Plan of the City's five-year planning document, the "2008-2013 Consolidated Plan and Strateqy." This Action Plan references the 2008 Consolidated Plan which established long term goals and strategies. The Fifth Program Year Action Plan outlines how the City's estimated 2012 CDBG, HOME, and ESG funds, along with program income and amended budget funds from prior years will be used to improve the quality of life primarily for low and moderate income Mobile residents. Funding will be used to carry out activities that address the priority needs of the target population and neighborhoods. These funds will leverage additional public and private resources to support a range of affordable housing, public facilities and improvements, neighborhood revitalization, planning activities, capacity building for Community Based Development Organizations (CBDOs), public services, and economic development activities which are outlined in this plan. Because proposed funding allocations have been made based on estimated entitlement grant awards, if the City's actual awards are larger or smaller than anticipated when received from HUD, the Community Planning and Development (CPD) Department will consider program budget adjustments on a caseby-case basis.

TABLE 1 : 2012 Action Plan Resources -

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CDBG HOME ESG GRAND TOTAL

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Entitlement Grant Expected to Receive $ 2,159,768 '$ 781,277 $ 202,400 $ 3,143,445

Project Income Estimate $ 161,835 $ 322,782 $0 $ 484,617

Amended Prior Year Funds $0 $ 2,893,978 $0 $0

Program Subtotal $ 2,321,603 $ 3,998,037 $ 202,400 $ 6,522,040

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Summary of Accomplishments On January 1, 2011, the City of Mobile assumed administration of its entitlement grant programs, previously administered by the Mobile Housing Board. During the first two quarters of 2011, a transition team of City employees worked to identify and reprogram unspent CDBG funds as part of a work plan which also included the recertification of its HOME Program (and anticipated release of HOME funds). The following list of accomplishments includes both projects and programs which were completed during the third and fourth quarters of 2011, and those that will continue through April 30, 2012 (the end of the 2011-2012 program year): CDBG

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Renovations and improvements on a portion of a former school building now being used as a Senior Activities for Independent Living (SAIL) Center (low mod area) Improvements to Baumhauer-Randle Park which included new playground equipment, resurfacing of the existing parking lot, and renovations to the existing concessions and press box building, including code and health department . requirements (low mod area) Improvements to Herndon Park which included the provision of an ADA compliant walking trail, rest stops, a water fountain, and landscaping to provide recreational opportunities to the community (low mod area) Installation of new playground equipment at Bailey Park (low mod area) Installation of new playground equipment at Hillsdale Park (low mod area) Installation of new playground equipment at Kidd Park (low mod area) Pool upgrades and modifications at ten public pools throughout the City to make them compliant with ADA requirements (all in low mod areas) Improvements to the Taylor Park swimming pool which included renovation of the existing pool, along with provisions for ADA accessibility and installation of a sprayground for aquatic recreation (low mod area) Improvements to Theodore Park which included new playground equipment and a new concessions building with public toilet facilities and athletic storage areas along with a dedicated fire water line with a fire hydrant for life safety (low mod area) Installation of new playground equipment at Denton Park (low mod area) Renovations and improvements at the former Woodcock School which is now being utilized as the Therapeutic and Senior Center Facility which will serve the mentally, physically, and learning disabled population of the City of Mobile; work included provision of life safety requirements for the entire building, including fire sprinkler and alarm systems as well as plumbing and electrical system upgrades (low mod area) Improvements to the Rickarby Park wading pool in order to make it ADA compliant (low mod area) Installation of a new sign at Craighead Elementary School which will serve as a communication tool with parents and neighbors in this low mod area Installation of new benches at Morningside Elementary School which will improve safety for the children during pick up and drop off hours at this school where 96% of students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch Street and parking lot resurfacing for roads and public facilities in low mod areas which utilized 7,600 tons of asphalt Engineering survey and planning for storm water drainage improvements for a significantly deteriorated section of South Ann Street (low mod area) Repair and replacement of the Harmon Recreation Center ceiling (low mod area) Demolition of 8 identified nuisance, blighted properties Page 2 of 32

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Minor home modifications performed by Independent Living Center to improve accessibility for handicapped homeowners (25 homes) A Neighborhood Revitalization program in District 2 which will allow investors to rehabilitate blighted, single family homes and sell them to qualified low and moderate-income buyers (4 homes) Housing rehabilitation for low/mod homeowners: o CPD Department, District 3 Program (15 homes) o Mobile Historic Development Commission (9 homes) o CPD Department, City Wide Program (25 homes) Mobile Housing Board's Summer Work Employment Experience Training Program (SWEET-P) provided 36 youth work experience and life skills training Created the CPD-operated Community and Business Development Center which will provide small business loans along with technical assistance and training to entrepreneurs and microenterprises Awarded Public Services grants to: o Boys & Girls Club for after school and summer recreation programs serving 416 low and moderate income youth in Crichton and the surrounding neighborhoods o Mobile Housing Board for youth recreation programs at three of its housing developments, operated in partnership with the Girl Scouts of America and the Boys & Girls Club, serving 500 youth o Senior Citizens Services who provided services to 2,000 elderly residents of Mobile. Services included mental, emotional, and physical health programs as well as community outreach. o United Methodist Inner City Mission who provided a neighborhood outreach program in the Maysville/Oakdale area, serving 785 individuals with recreation programs, youth tutoring and general neighborhood improvement programs. o Dumas Wesley Community Center who provided a neighborhood outreach program in the Crichton area, serving 1,500 individuals by facilitating block meetings, individual household visits and job placement assistance. o Dumas Wesley Community Center who provided a transportation program, serving 286 seniors with trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, doctor appointments, and other necessary trips. o McKemie Place for operational support of an overnight, homeless shelter for women, serving 360 clients.

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Completed drainage improvements in the Trinity Gardens neighborhood

HOME



Affordable, new homes constructed for sale: o Volunteers of America (6 units) o Habitat for Humanity (8 units) o MLK Avenue Redevelopment Corporation (8 units)



Awarded ESG grants to: o The Service Center of Catholic Social Services for homelessness prevention services which assisted 61 persons with emergency payments of rent, mortgage, utilities, and security deposits. o Family Promise of Coastal Alabama for assistance to maintain their Interfaith Hospitality Network program to shelter, feed, and nurture homeless families, serving 50 people.

ESG

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Loaves and Fish Community Ministries for operational assistance for 15 Place, a day center for homeless people in Mobile, which will serve 800 individuals. Penelope House for operational assistance for its program for homeless women and children who have left domestic violence situations, serving 595 individuals. Dumas Wesley Community Center's Sybil Smith Family Village for operational assistance for a transitional shelter for homeless women with families, assisting 50 individuals. McKemie Place for operational support of an overnight, homeless shelter for women, serving 360 individuals.

The 2012-2013

Selected Local Objectives

The fifth program year will continue to support the following objectives drawn from The 2008 Consolidated Plan's Summary of Specific Annual Objectives: Housing Objectives •

DH-l: Availability/Accessibility

of Decent Housing



DH-2: Affordability of Decent Housing



DH-3: Sustainability of Decent Housing



SL-l: Availability / Accessibility of Suitable Living Environments



SL-3: Sustainability of Suitable Living Environments

Community Development Objectives •

SL-l: Availability / Accessibility of Suitable Living Environment



SL-3: Sustainability of Suitable Living Environments



EO-l: Availability / Accessibility of Economic Opportunity

Goals To End Chronic Homelessness •

Support of Continuum of Care planning activities and operation of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)

Summary of Proposed Outcomes HUD requires grantees to incorporate performance measurements into annual action plans. Each of the city's objectives corresponds to both a HUD Outcome Category: Availability/Accessibility, Affordability, Sustainability (promoting livable or viable Page 4 of 32

communities) and one of the HUD Objectives: and Creating Economic Opportunity.

Decent Housing, Suitable Living Environment

This is displayed within Table 2 : Performance Measurement on the following page.

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TABLE 2 : Objectives and Performance Measurement Objectives/Outcomes

Funding

2012

Source

Goals

Performance Indicator

DH-l : Ava iIa bility/ Accessibility of Decent Housing 1. Support the development

of affordable

housing - rental units

HOME

55

Housing Units

2. Support the development homeownership units

of affordable

housing-

HOME

5

Housing Units

3. Support the development homeownership units

of CHDO assisted affordable housing-

HOME

9

Housing Units

HOME

70

Households

persons with special physical

CDBG

20

Households

assistance for low and moderate income

CDBG

30

Household

1.Provide assistance to programs that serve the needs of families and individuals at risk of homelessness

HPRP, ESG

125

Individuals

2. Provide operational assistance to homeless shelters, day facilities, and transitional housing facilities

CDBG, ESG

1,700

Individuals

HOME

200

Individuals

DH-2 : Affordability of Decent Housing 1. Finance homeownership assistance programs, including down payment assistance and/or soft second mortgages DH-3: Sustainability of Decent Housing 1. Modify homes to accommodate needs 2. Home rehabilitation homeowners

SL-l: Availability/Accessibility

3. Provide homeownership

of Suitable Living Environment

education and counseling

4. Remedy substandard infrastructure 5. Public Park Improvements

in low mod areas (1 project)

in low mod areas (1 park)

6. Facility improvements to enhance educational and public facilities in low mod areas (2 facilities)

CDBG

500

Individuals

CDBG

300

Individuals

CDBG

1,250

Individuals

CDBG

5,000

Individuals

SL-3: Sustainability of Suitable Living Environment 1.Fund public service activities serving primarily lower income persons and those with special needs 2. Provide Fair Housing education and outreach to community

CDBG

500

Outreach / Meetings

3. Consumer credit counseling services for individuals and families

CDBG

75

Households

4. Capacity building and technical assistance for community development organizations

CDBG

2

Organizations

1. Support a transitional work training program for people with developmental disabilities

CDBG

61

Individuals

2. Make small business loans and offer technical assistance for entrepreneurs and microenterprises

CDBG

10

Loans

CDBG

20

Technical Assistance

CDBG

4

Trainings

CDBG

50

Individuals

based

EO-l: Availability/Accessibility of Economic Opportunity

3. Youth employment education

training, including workplace and life skills

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Unmet Objectives and Outcomes During 2011, the City's HOME program had been decertified and HOME funds had been frozen. With new CPD staff on board during the 3rd quarter of 2011, staff has been working to get the program recertified while simultaneously accepting applications in anticipation of funding availability. The City is creating a platform for nonprofit organizations, private developers and the public sector to partner with the City in meeting its affordable housing needs and neighborhood revitalization goals. The CPD Department has developed a documented management structure, including a written HOME Program manual, policies, procedures, and guidelines that will ensure compliance with the HOME program requirements that funds are used only for eligible activities and eligible costs. The structure delineates tasks required to administer the HOME program and assigned responsibility for the completion of the tasks by CPD staff and other City staff. In addition, the City's Accounting, Urban Development, and Legal departments provide staff support where necessary. Staff has attended various training to enhance their capacity as needed. CPD staff has been in regular communication with HUD staff to ensure the continued progression of the recertification process. The lack of access to HOME funds during 2011 has not allowed the City to meet some of its intended housing related goals from the 2011-2012 Action Plan, specifically programs related to the availability and affordability of decent housing. The City anticipates that the release of these funds will allow the City to further accomplish these objectives. This Fifth Year Action Plan includes funding recommendations and goals for $3,398,037 in HOME funds. This amount represents the anticipated 2012 allocation ($781,277) along with program income ($322,782) and the allocations from 2011 ($1,356,794), and 2010 ($1,537,184). Furthermore, the City of Mobile lacks adequate resources to address its old and deteriorating infrastructure, specifically storm water drainage, streetscape, and adequate street paving in its older neighborhoods. Public improvements, specifically in the low and moderate-income neighborhoods, are needed to provide positive benefits to the areas' residents. Also, due to the aging housing stock, the City has a growing inventory of blighted residential structures which has only been made worse with the economic environment of the last three years. A final unmet objective was the disposition of CDBG properties. As part of the transfer of assets from the Mobile Housing Board, there were a number of properties that were received. These properties consisted of a mix of vacant lots, lots with blighted structures, oddly shaped (undevelopable) strips of land, and some occupied properties. The CPD Department continues to work with the City's Real Estate Department to develop a plan for the eligible use and/or disposition of the subject properties. The CPD Department intends to bundle some of these properties and do a Request for Proposals to solicit proposals from developers who can redevelop the vacant properties.

General Questions 1. Describe the geographic areas of the jurisdiction (including areas of lowincome families and/or racial/minority concentration) in which assistance will be directed during the next year. Where appropriate, the jurisdiction should estimate the percentage of funds the jurisdiction plans to dedicate to target areas.

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The City of Mobile has seven City Council districts. Districts 1, 2, and 3 (in the northeast, east, and southeast portions of the City) have the largest concentrations of poverty, and these are also the districts with the largest minority concentration (see Map 1). However, for the purposes of this Action Plan, projects and programs were extended to all eligible census tracts and households, irrespective of the district. The City does not currently have clearly defined, targeted redevelopment areas. However, as the City prepares for the preparation of its new Consolidated Plan in 2013, this is an idea that the CPD department would like to put forth during community discussions.

2. Describe the basis for allocating investments geographically within the jurisdiction (or within the EMSA for HOPWA) (91.215 (a)(l» during the next year and the rationale for assigning the priorities. For City-wide projects, the City used a competitive application process with funding open to all agencies addressing the needs identified in the 2008 Consolidated Plan document. CDBG and ESG applications are scored by three separate reviewers, and requests are scored utilizing a matrix that evaluated community need, program description and effectiveness, agency management, and financial management. HOME applications are scored by three separate reviewers, and requests are scored utilizing a matrix that evaluated needs and population served, conceptual soundness, organizational capacity, financial and economic feasibility, and readiness. Additionally, CPD staff reviewed the following: • Project eligibility/compliance with federal regulations • Clear linkage to a Consolidated Plan priority or City priority • Benefit to low and moderate-income persons or neighborhoods • Past performance of the applicant (if prior funding has been received) The City does not currently have targeted neighborhoods for revitalization work; however, preliminary work in Africatown and MLK Avenue corridor, and the Bottom/Campground areas is underway. Districts 2 and 3 have been targets for residential rehabilitation projects.

3. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to address obstacles to meeting underserved needs. As previously described, CPD staff is working to have the If the funds from prior years are released, this would developers and develop a variety of affordable housing sorely needed units and make existing units more decent, income individuals and families.

City's HOME Program recertified. allow the city to partner with programs which would produce affordable to low and moderate-

During 2012, the City of Mobile will begin the process of drafting its 2013-2018 Consolidated Plan. The CPD Department would like to see this document layout a strong and clear vision of where the City of Mobile would like to go with its entitlement programs. To those same ends, the City will work to identify areas within the City in which revitalization efforts will be targeted, so that maximum impact can be achieved. Another development which will help meet the needs of small businesses and emerging microenterprises is the Community and Business Development Center. This program of the CPD Department is designed to enhance economic development opportunities, especially in Page 8 of 32

low to moderate-income areas and to foster growth and development of small businesses. Activities and services will include, but are not limited to, a small business assistance loan program, one-on-one technical assistance in small business ownership, and the development and implementation of comprehensive small business entrepreneurial training and workshops for low and moderate-income businesses in the City. The program is also geared toward helping low and moderate-income entrepreneurs reach financial selfsufficiency and business success. The overall outcome of the economic development program will be an increase in financial support for small businesses, a sustainable increase in job creation and retention, and increased economic development in low and moderateincome areas of the City of Mobile. The Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice study is underway. When completed and implemented, it would provide an opportunity for the City to address its housing discrimination challenges.

4. Identify the federal, state, and local resources expected to be made available to address the needs identified in the plan. Federal resources should include Section 8 funds made available to the jurisdiction, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, and competitive McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act funds expected to be available to address priority needs and specific objectives identified in the strategic plan. The City received two Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) grants in 2009: Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) funds and Community Development Recovery (CDBG-R) funds. The City will continue to administer the programs funded until the grants expire in July 2012. The local Continuum of Care (CoC), which includes Mobile and Baldwin counties was awarded McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Acts programs for Supportive Housing Program (SHP) and Shelter Plus Care (S+C) grants. As of January 1, 2012, the annual amount of funding assigned to the City of Mobile as a result of this application process was $1,849,139 or 53.3% of the $3,469,456 total awarded to the three-jurisdiction Coe. The CPD Department received a HOME application to provide gap funding for a 14-unit, HUD 811 project being developed by Volunteers of America Southeast to serve individuals with chronic mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. The application is currently being underwritten. Federal Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds are matched by the City's subrecipients in the form of volunteer hours, in-kind or cash donations, and the value or fair rental value of any donated material or building. The HOME Investment Partnership Program also requires a 25% local match. The City has a dedicated fund which is set aside for this purpose. The City will also periodically supplement CDBG-funded projects with capital funds from the City if the bids on a project come in higher than expected.

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Managing the Process 1. Identify the lead agency, entity, and agencies administering programs covered by the consolidated plan.

responsible

for

As of January 1, 2011, the City assumed administration of its HUD-funded entitlement grant programs, previously administered by the Mobile Housing Board. During the second quarter of 2011, the City hired an Administrative staff person and began the formation of a new Community Planning and Development (CPD) Department which will administer the City's HUD funds, ensuring that entitlement funds are used in accordance with all program requirements. A Director of the CPD Department was hired in June 2011, and an Assistant Director of the CPD Department was hired in August 2011. Additional staff hired during the third and fourth quarters of 2011 included a Grants Developer, a Housing Rehabilitation Coordinator, an Economic Development Coordinator, and a second Administrative staff person. The Community Planning and Development Department continues to work with the employees of various other City departments who have coordinated the transition from Mobile Housing Board.

2. Identify the significant aspects of the process by which the plan was developed, and the agencies, groups, organizations, and others who participated in the process. The following activities supported public participation: •

October 14, 2011 -- Public Notice of availability of anticipated 2012-2013 entitlement grant funding, the date of the first public hearing, and the date of the grant application workshop (see Appendix D for a copy of the public notice);



October 26, 2011 - Public Hearing, 4:00 pm, Mobile Government Plaza - Public comments were solicited on the City's past performance and plans for FY2012; The public hearing was attended by nonprofit social service organizations, local interested citizens, for profit developers, City staff, nonprofit developers, public housing authority stett, and local businesses.



October 31, 2011 - CDGBjESG grant application workshop provided detailed application instructions and technical assistance;



November 14, 2011 - Public Notice of HOME funding availability and the date of the application workshop;



November 18, 2011 -- Deadline for accepting applications for CDBGjESG grant funding;



November 18, 2011 - HOME funding application workshop providing details and instructions on HOMEregulations and application requirements;



November 21, applications;



December 22, 2011 - Deadline for accepting HOMEfunding applications;



December 27, 2011 - January 13, 2012 - City review of HOMEapplications;

2011

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December 12, 2011

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City review of CDBGjESG

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January 10, 2012 - Review of funding Entitlement Committee;

recommendations

by the City Council's



January 20, 2012 - Public Notice of the availability of the Draft of 2012 Action Plan including the recommended projects/activities for public review and comment for period of 30 days (a copy of the published notice is found in Appendix B);



February 15, 2012 - Public Hearing, 3:00 p.m., Mobile Government Plaza - Public comments will be solicited on the City's Draft 2012 Action Plan;



February 19, 2012 - End of 30-day Comment Period;



February 28, 2012 - FY 2012 Action Plan to be approved by City Council;



March 6, 2012 - FY 2012 Action Plan to be submitted to HUD;



May 1, 2012 - FY 2012 program year begins.

3. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to enhance coordination between public and private housing, health, and social service agencies. The City will continue to expand partnerships with the private sector and nonprofit agencies through fund leveraging and collaboration in seeking low income housing tax credits (UHTCs) that keep housing affordable for low and moderate-income individuals and families. The City will coordinate other pertinent planning activities with non-City agencies at the local and regional levels. The Director of the CPD Department joined the Board of Directors of Housing First, the lead agency of our local Continuum of Care. This will allow a better flow of information, ideas, and planning with a broad array of housing and social service providers in the City of Mobile. The City will also continue to cooperate with the Mobile Housing Board, the City's public housing authority, to plan and coordinate services and housing alternatives for public housing residents. Preliminary discussions between the City, the Mobile Housing Board, and a private developer regarding the redevelopment of Roger Williams Public Housing are underway. As part of the planning for the City's upcoming 2013-2018 Consolidated Planning process, the CPD Department intends to solicit input from a wide variety of individuals and organizations from the public, private, and non profits sectors along with elected officials and representatives from the Mobile Housing Board so that a balance of perspectives can be brought to the plan. The CPD staff is looking at community partnerships with local colleges and universities where students could be utilized in community outreach and service capacities. Additionally, the CPD Department is pursuing partnerships with banks as part of leveraging the City's resources, and as a way to involve banks in neighborhood revitalization initiatives. CPD staff has also been working through consultants to secure HUD Technical Assistance funding for Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) and nonprofit developers as a way to build their capacity.

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Citizen Participation 1.

Provide a summary of the citizen participation process.

The City of Mobile maintains a Citizen Participation Plan which describes the process citizens may follow to participate in the development of the Consolidated Plan, Action Plan and to comment on grant-funded activity performance outcomes reported to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This process includes publication, a public hearing, reasonable and timely access for review of plans, participation for non-English speaking citizens and a process for receiving complaints and grievances. The Citizen Participation Plan also outlines the steps which must be followed in the event that the purpose or funding of a project will change significantly (i.e. more than 51% of its initially funded amount).

2.

Provide a summary of citizen comments or views on the plan.

(discuss any comments received)

3. Provide a summary of efforts made to broaden public participation in the development of the consolidated plan, including outreach to minorities and nonEnglish speaking persons, as well as persons with disabilities. The CPD public hearing and application workshops were held at Government Plaza which is centrally located in downtown Mobile. The building has easy access to public transportation and ADA accommodations. Notices were published on the City's website located at www.cityofmobile.org. Public notices were also circulated to community partners such as the United Way and the Community Foundation of South Alabama so that they could be more widely advertised through their contacts. CPD staff continues to work closely with members of the City Council so that they are aware of opportunities and can communicate directly with their constituents. CPD staff also attends City Council district meetings to discuss programs and project implementation relating to the Consolidated Plan. The CPD Director has also met with staff from the City's Neighborhood Services department. This department is in close contact with neighborhood activities, and through these contacts, the CPD can disseminate information even further throughout the community. -

4. Provide a written explanation of comments not accepted and the reasons why these comments were not accepted. (discuss any comments received)

Institutional Structure 1. Describe actions that institutional structure.

will

take

place during the

next year to develop

Over the years, the City has partnered with a number of nonprofits, faith-based organizations, governmental agencies, and the public housing authority to accomplish the Page 12 of 32

goals of the Consolidated Plan. The nonprofits include emergency shelters, housing developers, social service providers, volunteer agencies, economic development centers and community development organizations. Specific community partners for the 2012 Action Plan are found in Appendix B. The CPD Department has done outreach to local financial institutions to foster partnerships with the City and as a means to leverage entitlement funds for greater impact in the community. As a way to grow local capacity, the CPD Department is proposing to use funds in 2012 for capacity building and technical assistance for community based development organizations in the City. Table 3 shows the partners that would make up the institutional structure.

TABLE 3 : Institutional Structure CitY' of Mobile

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Nonl2rofit Organizations Mobile Housing Board

Banks Developers (Nonprofit and For Profit) Quasi-Public Agencies: Trade Organizations, Chamber of Commerce, Colleges, Mobile County, Board of Education, etc.

I Program

administration and oversight Direct project implementation I Program monitoring and rel20rting Create and evaluate applications, set policy I Direct provision of services Planning and evaluation I Provides matching funds for services to public housing residents Project imQlementation I Affordable housing statistics First mortgage assistance I Co-investment on development protects Housing creation for low and moderate-income households I Analysis of trends Minority business opportunities, small business development, broader public policy social issues

Monitoring 1. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to monitor its housing and community development projects and ensure long-term compliance with program requirements and comprehensive planning requirements. The City of Mobile, on a continuous basis, strives to improve its established monitoring system of CDBG, ESG and HOME housing and community development activities to ensure both short-term and long-term contract and regulatory compliance. Monitoring of the CDBG, ESG and HOME program is the responsibility of the City's Community Planning and Development (CPD) Department. The monitoring approach for projects' implementation by subrecipients is more elaborate than the projects implemented by the City departments due to a higher risk of noncompliance by subrecipients.

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Subrecipient Projects Monitoring of subrecipient projects has five major components: 1. Grant Application: Requests for funding are made on a standard application form and are carefully reviewed and evaluated. Points are given for each of the criteria, covering community need, program effectiveness, agency capacity, and track record. Recommendations for funding are based on the resulting scores. Ineligible projects are screened out prior to the start of the evaluation process. For HOME projects, there is increased underwriting and analysis of developer capacity. 2. Contractual Agreement: The City enters into a two-part contractual grant agreement with each subrecipient. Part I of the agreement describes the tasks to be performed with the grant funds, the results to be achieved, and other conditions specific to the project. Part II lists all federal standards with which the aqency must comply. Each funded activity is assigned to a Grants Developer or Analyst in the Community Planning and Development Department. The Grants Developer conducts periodic and on-site monitoring visits a year to review for contractual and regulatory compliance. 3. Monitoring Records: For each subrecipien , staff maintains monitoring records 'that include the following: a. Basic information. b. Monitoring Plan. A risk assessment is carried out to determine the appropriate frequency of on-site visits, and the lareas to be reviewed, including some or all of: financial management, cl1ient eligibility, program effectiveness, property, procurement, program income, fair housing, and equal opportunity. c. Subrecipient training and technical aksistance provided. d. Review of the agency's annual CPA audit. e. Monthly financial reports and draw requests for the subrecipients. f. Monthly programmatic reports. g. On-site monitoring reports. I h. Correspondence and notes of Significrnt telephone conversations. 4. On-Site Visits: Staff performs on-site monitoring reviews two to four times a year, depending on the assessment of risks for non-cornpllance. Program operations are observed, subrecipient staff interviewed, client eligibility confirmed, and financial and programmatic reports verified from original rocumentation. 5. Long-term Compliance: Activities irVOIVing real property acquisition or improvement require long-term compliance with the original purpose of the federal assistance. The City maintains a CDBG Rleal Property Inventory that is updated annually, and confirms that such property is still being used for the intended purpose. The City will carry out an annual review of HOME-assisted rental units, to ensure compliance with the Housing Quality Standards, tenant eligibility, and rent ceilings. The Community Planning and Development staff haF developed written guidelines for monitoring subrecipients to ensure more uniform and comprehensive reviews.

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City-implemented Projects The Community Planning and Development Department monitors federally-funded projects that are implemented by other City Departments through a simple project tracking and management reporting system. This process includes monthly management reports, frequent inter-departmental meetings on projects updates and reports, and financial reports. Project expenditures are compared with budgets on a monthly basis. Community Planning and Development also executes Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with certain City departments. The City relies heavily on standard operation procedures (SOP) that have been designed to be in compliance with federal regulations, for example, its purchasing policy. In addition, the City departments ensure that all City construction contracts are performed in accordance with federal Labor Standards and Section 3 requirements. HUD monitoring and the City's Single Audit provide annual compliance by both the City Departments and subrecipients.

independent

checks on

Lead-based Paint 1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to evaluate and reduce the number of housing units containing lead-based paint hazards in order to increase the inventory of lead-safe housing available to extremely low-income, low-income, and moderate-income families, and how the plan for the reduction of lead-based hazards is related to the extent of lead poisoning and hazards.

Through the City's residential rehabilitation programs, funds may be used to help low and moderate-income homeowners stabilize or abate lead-based paint hazards. The CPD Department recognizes the importance of addressing lead-based paint hazards, especially in a city like Mobile, with its older housing stock, much of which is concentrated in low and moderate-income neighborhoods. During the 2012-2013 program year, CPD staff plans to evaluate the potential implementation of a structured lead-based paint abatement program, which would utilize available federal and state resources. (THE RESTOF THIS PAGEINTENTIONALLY LEFTBLANK)

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Specific Housing Objectives 1. Describe the priorities and specific objectives the jurisdiction achieve during the next year.

hopes to

The following projects draw from the 2008 Consolidated Plan, the Mayor's Strategic Plan, and the City of Mobile's "New Plan for Mobile," completed in 2010 and adopted in January 2012: DH-1: Availability/Accessibility o

of Decent Housing

New construction and/or rehabilitation and multifamily rental housing units

of affordable single. family homeownership

HOME funds will be utilized to develop affordable, multifamily rental units and affordable, single family homeownership units. Development partners will be selected through a competitive application and underwriting process.

DH-2: Affordability of Decent Housing o

Finance homeownership assistance programs, including down payment assistance and/or soft second mortgages for eligible low and moderate-income homebuyers

HOME funds will be utilized by the City's CPD Department to assist qualified low and moderate-income homebuyers with the purchase of a home. Assistance could come in the form of down payment and closing cost assistance or the provision of a "soft" second mortgage.

DH-3: Sustainability of Decent Housing o

Modify homes to accommodate persons with special physical needs

CDSG funds will be utilized by Independent Living Center to assist homeowners with disabilities to undertake minor modifications to their homes for improved accessibility. These modifications can include wheelchair ramps, the installation of grab bars, the widening of doorways, and bathroom modifications. o

Home rehabilitation assistance for low and moderate-income homeowners

CDSG funds will be utilized by the City's CPD Department to assist qualified moderate-income homeowners in completing rehabilitation work on their homes, on health, safety, and security issues. The City's Historic Development Department utilize CDSG funds to administer a roofing program which will assist qualified moderate-income homeowners with obtaining a secure, new roof on their homes.

low and focusing will also low and

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SL-1: Availability I Accessibility of Suitable Living Environments o o

Support transitional housing facilities and homeless shelters along with the support services offered by nonprofit emergency shelter organizations Provide homeless prevention assistance for individuals and families facing immediate risk of homelessness

The Service Center of Catholic Social Services will utilize ESG funds for homeless prevention services, which will include direct emergency payments of rent, mortgage, utilities, and security deposits for people at immediate risk of homelessness. Dumas Wesley Community Center will utilize EGS funds for the operation of Sybil Smith Family Village, a transitional housing facility for women with children. As part of the program, clients at Sybil Smith Family Village must obtain a job or be attending school. Penelope House Family Violence Center will utilize ESG funds for its Victims' Assistance Services Program, a central program at Penelope House, a shelter for women and their children who have escaped domestic violence situations. Loaves and Fish Community Ministries will utilize ESG funds for the operation of 15 Place, a day facility for the homeless population of Mobile. 15 Place provides lunch, showers, laundry, hygiene kits, payee services, transportation, assistance with application for benefits, clothing, and telephone/computer/mail access for clients. McKemie Place will utilize CDBG and ESG funds for the operation of the McKemie Place shelter, an emergency overnight shelter for women, operated in partnership with United Methodist Inner City Mission. Housing First will continue to utilize HPRP funds to prevent homelessness and rapidly rehouse those individuals and families who have become temporarily homeless. This grant will continue through July 2012. SL-3: Sustainability of Suitable Living Environments o o

o

Provide Fair Housing education and outreach to the community Financial education for individuals and families Continuum of Care activities

CDBG funds will be utilized by the Mobile Fair Housing Center to conduct a series of outreach and education activities for the community on issues related to fair housing. The Mobile Fair Housing Center plans a mixed campaign of television, radio, community meetings in each of the City's seven City Council districts, and meetings for local people engaged in community development, affordable housing, and neighborhood revitalization throughout the City. The City will complete its Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice and begin implementation of the recommended strategies. Family Counseling Center of Mobile will utilize CDBG funds to provide financial education to low and moderate-income individuals and families. CDBG and ESG funds will be utilized by Housing First for Continuum of Care (CoC) planning activities and the administration of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Housing First is the lead agency for the area's CoC, and through this role, Housing First coordinates planning and communication between service providers. Page 17 of 32

2. Describe how Federal, State, and local public and private sector resources that are reasonably expected to be available will be used to address identified needs for the period covered by this Action Plan. The City leverages federal resources with private and public sector resources. All ESG subrecipients are required to match the federal funds, dollar for dollar, with their own resources. The HOME Investment Partnership Program also requires a 25% local match. The City has a dedicated fund which is set aside for this purpose. Additionally, the City also provides funding to many of CPD subrecipients through service/performance contracts. Our community partners listed in Exhibit B received a combined total of $810,010 in performance contracts from the City in the most recent year. Low and moderate-income homebuyers must finance their first mortgage through private lenders. Developers of all housing will be required to leverage HOME funds with other resources. The City competes annually for 2-year ESG funding grants from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA). FY 2010 funds were awarded and are nearly expended. The City's 2011 ADECA ESG application was not funded. However, the City has received technical assistance from ADECA staff to better understand how to develop a competitive application. The City will apply for ADECA ESG funds in the spring of 2012 for a two-year grant which will run through 2014.

Needs of Affordable Housing (formerly known as Public Housing) 1. Describe the manner in which the plan of the jurisdiction will help address the needs of public housing and activities it will undertake during the next year to encourage public housing residents to become more involved in management and participate in home ownership. The Mobile Housing Board is developing a more aggressive and comprehensive strategy to encourage its residents to participate in home ownership. Public housing residents are also eligible for various programs that the City of Mobile offers. Many of the public housing developments are located within the City's low and moderate-income areas. The City of Mobile, utilizing the HOME program, will provide greater opportunities for home ownership for public housing residents by placing additional affordable houses into the marketplace. The City of Mobile offers many services to public housing residents. Among the services offered are youth leadership development and recreational activities through the Boys and Girls Club and the SWEET-P program, which focuses on job training.

2. If the public housing agency is designated as "troubled" by HUD or otherwise is performing poorly, the jurisdiction shall describe the manner in which it will provide financial or other assistance in improving its operations to remove such designation during the next year.

N/A

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Barriers to Affordable Housing 1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to remove barriers to affordable housing. In the first quarter of 2012, the CPD Department will utilize CDBG funds to enter into an agreement with an independent company to complete an "Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice" (AI) study for the City of Mobile. The consultant expects to deliver the completed study during the second quarter of 2012. The AI will not only identify the impediments, but also suggest strategies to overcome them. The results of the AI will also help shape some of the discussion as the City prepares to undertake the 2013-2018 Consolidated Plan process. In addition to a general lack of affordable housing units (both rental and ownership), there is sometimes a mismatch as to where people want to live, and the variety of housing options in those neighborhoods. One of the issues that the CPD Department wants to focus on is infill housing opportunities in neighborhoods where there are vacant lots available and where new investment can act as a catalyst for other types of neighborhood revitalization. This will act as a complement to the down payment assistance program which provides a qualified buyer the freedom to choose a location. Another barrier is a lack of potential buyers' financial management and homeownership skills. The City will use HOME funds, not only for construction of affordable homes and down payment assistance, but also for pre and post-purchase counseling so that buyers qualify for first mortgages and have the skills and knowledge for sustained, successful homeownership.

HOME/ American Dream Down payment Initiative (ADDI) THE CITY DOES NOT CURRENTLYRECEIVEADD! FUNDS. 1. N/A

Describe other forms of investment not described in § 92.205(b).

2. If the participating jurisdiction (Pl) will use HOME or ADDI funds for homebuyers, it must state the guidelines for resale or recapture, as required in § 92.254 of the HOME rule. Whenever homebuyer assistance is provided, the City guidelines for the investment of HOME funds during the prescribed period of affordability will specify the recapture of funds in an amount to be reduced on a pro-rata basis for the time the homeowner has owned and occupied the housing, measured against the required affordability period. The mortgage documents will require net proceeds sharing with subsequent sale is less than the full amount of the HOME subsidy. sales price minus homeowner down payment, principal payment, investment, and closing costs. This provision will be recorded in ensure the resale provisions.

the homeowner when a Net proceeds means the any capital improvement Probate Court in order to

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The City will provide up to $10,000 for down payment and closing cost assistance in conjunction with home purchase to eligible individuals. The amount of assistance provided may not exceed $10,000 or six percent of the purchase price of the home, whichever is greater. To be eligible, individuals must be first-time homebuyers interested in purchasing single family housing. A first-time homebuyer is defined as a household that has not owned a home during the three-year period prior to the purchase under this program. Additionally, individuals must have incomes not exceeding 80% of area median income. Applicants will be expected to demonstrate they can meet minimum mortgage underwriting requirements of an FHA-approved mortgage lender and provide evidence of having successfully completed a recognized home buyer training program. Homebuyers must occupy the property as their principal residence.

3. If the Pl will use HOME funds to refinance existing debt secured by multifamily housing that is being rehabilitated with HOME funds, it must state its refinancing guidelines required under § 92.206(b). The City of Mobile does not use HOME funds to refinance existing multifamily housing that is that is being rehabilitated with HOME funds.

debt secured by

4. If the Pl is going to receive American Dream Down payment Initiative funds, please complete the following narratives:

(ADDI)

a. Describe the planned use of the ADDI funds. b. Describe the Pl's plan for conducting targeted outreach to residents and tenants of public housing and manufactured housing and to other families assisted by public housing agencies, for the purposes of ensuring that the ADDI funds are used to provide down payment assistance for such residents, tenants, and families. c. Describe the actions to be taken to ensure the suitability of families receiving ADDI funds to undertake and maintain homeownership, such as provision of housing counseling to homebuyers.

The City has not been informed by HUD that any ADD! funds will be included in the 2012 Program Year budget.

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Specific Homeless Prevention Elements

1. Sources of Funds-Identify the private and public resources that the jurisdiction expects to receive during the next year to address homeless needs and to prevent homelessness. These include the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act programs, other special federal, state and local and private funds targeted to homeless individuals and families with children, especially the chronically homeless, the HUD formula programs, and any publicly-owned land or property. Please describe, briefly, the jurisdiction's plan for the investment and use of funds directed toward homelessness.

The City will dedicate CDBG, ESG, SHP, S+C, and HOME funds for this purpose. The City is a participating jurisdiction in the Continuum of Care (CoC) for Mobile, Mobile County and Baldwin County, Alabama (AL-501). Table 4 shows the ten agencies that will share in the $1,849,139 allocated to the City.

TABLE 4 : Funding for Participating Agencies in the CoC Agency I Sponsor

Project

1

AltaPointe Health Systems

2 3 4 5

Loaves and Fish Community

6

Family Promise

Case Management

7 8 9

St. Mary's Home

Transitional

Chronic Permanent Ministries

Penelope House Dumas Wesley Community Housing First, Inc.

Housing

15 Place Day Center TLC Transitional

Center

City of Mobile

Housing Families

Family Village Transitional

Housing

Victory Permanent Housing Disabled Families

Housing Young Adults

The Salvation Army

Project Able

Service Center Catholic Social Services

Permanent

Housing First, Inc.

Victory Transitional

Franklin Primary Health Center

Substance Abuse Treatment Women

Housing First, Inc.

Community

Housing Disabled

223,584 246,720 88,005 98,172 96,331 47,063 89,537 57,043 105,387 54,351 74,082 266,948 51,832 58,485

10 11 12 13 14

Franklin Primary Health Center

Franklin Case Management

Housing First, Inc.

Homeless Management

15

Housing First, Inc.

Gateway II

16

Housing First, Inc.

Gateway III

67,320 74,330

17

AltaPointe

Shelter Plus Care

149,949

Health Systems

Housing Families

Housing Program

Information System

TOTAL

$1,849,139

To meet cash match requirements for SHP grants that range from 20% to 25%, these organizations will apply funding acquired through City performance contracts, United Way allocations, foundation grants, ESG, CDBG awarded by the City and the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, and other funds generated by the project sponsors.

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According to Housing First, leveraged support of approximately $5.1 million is provided by other community resources including Social Security Administration payments, VA benefits and health care, Medicaid, unemployment benefits, food stamps, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, transportation services, child day care services, volunteers' support and agency administrative support. The City was awarded $1,186,394 in HPRPfunds in 2009. This program will conclude by March 2012 and will have provided financial assistance and services to 160 households for either preventing homelessness or help those experiencing homelessness to be quickly rehoused and stabilized. HPRPfunds are also used for data collection and evaluation as well as administrative costs. The City contracts with Housing First, Inc. to administer HPRPfunds. Housing First, in turn, contracts with local organizations for case management services, legal services for preventing evictions, and credit counseling. In 2011, Housing First, Inc., as the lead organization for the AL-501 CoC, obtained a U. S. Department of Veteran Affairs grant of $600,360 for a Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program (SSVFP). This program is modeled after HPRP but is for homeless veterans or those at risk and their families. SSVFPwill continue in 2012.

2. Homelessness-In a narrative, describe how the Action Plan will address the specific objectives of the Strategic Plan and, ultimately, the priority needs identified. Please also identify potential obstacles to completing these action steps. The 2012 Action Plan activities include funding for outreach/assessment, emergency shelters, transitional housing, supportive housing, homelessness prevention, and independent living which are specific objectives in the Strategic Plan. Obstacles to completing our activities include, but are not limited to the following: a continuing lack of education and job skills, inadequate funding to develop more permanent supportive housing, language barriers, transportation barriers, child care barriers, mental health or chemical dependency issues, financial and credit issues, physical or sexual abuse, and refusal to accept government assistance. In 2012, the City and the CoC lead organization Housing First, Inc. will facilitate convening the community for the purpose of updating the ten-year plan to end homelessness that was developed in 2005.

3. Chronic homelessness-The jurisdiction must describe the specific planned action steps it will take over the next year aimed at eliminating chronic homelessness by 2012. Again, please identify barriers to achieving this. A Homeless Task Force for ending chronic homelessness was convened by the Mayor of the City of Mobile in 2004 and charged with responsibility for developing a 10-year plan to end homelessness. The plan was announced in June 2005. Goals 1 through 9 were implemented with substantial improvements in the basic procedures for identifying chronic homeless citizens and providing intervention services have been made. Ninety-seven scattered-site permanent housing units with permanent supportive services have been added since the plan was released in 2005. A HUD application for an additional two units is pending. The annual Point-In-Time count of the homeless in 2011 indicated that the number of unsheltered chronic homeless had been reduced from 100 in 2006 to 57, a 43% decrease. Page 22 of 32

The success in addressing chronic homelessness is credited to a "harm reduction" strategy implemented in 2007 for housing those with mental health and addiction disabilities. In 2009, a SAMSHA (HHS) grant for an Act Team was secured for $400,000 annually over five years to provide intervention, psychiatric and addiction treatment services for maintaining chronic homeless citizens in housing. By 2011, the success rate for keeping chronic homeless citizens in permanent housing had risen from 65% to 90%. Goal 10 called for obtaining memoranda of understanding from institutions, criminal justice facilities, hospitals and government agencies regarding procedures to prevent discharge of individuals into homelessness. There has been limited success in this area; only a few entities have adopted policies that officially prohibit homeless discharge. See sections, below. Goal 11, calling for an intervention and opportunity center to prevent and end homelessness, was placed on hold due to limited community resources. The 2011 Action Plan provided for $200,000 in CDBG funds as City start-up funding for this complex. Remaining funds are to come from third party nonprofits, community foundations, and private fundraising efforts. A site has been acquired by the Waterfront Rescue Mission for the center in partnership with 15 Place, the daytime shelter for the homeless that will relocate to the site. During the fall of 2011, it was announced that Franklin Health Center will also open a clinic on the campus to assist with comprehensive treatment for clients. The center is projected to open during the summer of 2013 and will include day and overnight facilities as well as an array of case management services along with mental and physical health services. The CoC plan for addressing chronic homelessness includes these 2012 initiatives: 1. Adding 10 chronic homeless housing units 2. Using 20% of newly-developed homeless

housing as rental properties for the chronically-

3. Signing MaU's with area PHAs for accessing three housing units annually for the transfer of chronically-homeless residents who are ready for more independent living 4. Coordinating with members of the downtown business community and the Mobile Police Department in a continuing effort to identify the chronically-homeless and develop intervention plans, including outreach and case management. According to Housing First, it is not possible to end chronic homelessness in 2012. Two major setbacks, Hurricane Katrina and the global economic downturn beginning in 2008, have impeded progress. Even with the expected addition of 10 housing units in 2012, another 47 units could be needed in 2012 to house individuals currently identified as chronically homeless. Housing First has also reported an increase in the number of homeless veterans in the area. Seventy-two (72) homeless veterans attended the most recent Stand Down for Homeless Veterans event which was held on October 13, 2011 along with another 17 veterans who were at risk of becoming homeless. Housing First implemented a new VA grant on Oct 1, 2011 - the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program which is projected to serve and prevent homelessness for 110 veteran households, individuals and those with families.

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Homelessness Prevention-The jurisdiction must describe its planned action steps over the next year to address the individual and families with children at imminent risk of becoming homeless. The City's current homeless service delivery system focuses on treating homelessness after it occurs. The newly-planned "opportunity center and complex" will play a key role for preventing homelessness because it centralizes services and will offer both daytime and overnight housing. The City will continue to use the balance of its HPRP funds ($188,179 according to the following budget:

TABLE 5

1, 2012)

. HPRP BudIget

HPRP Activity Administration Financial Assistance Financial Assistance Relocate/Stabilize Relocate/Stabilize Data/Evaluation

as of January

Original Budget

- Prevention - Re-Housinq Prevention Re-Housing

$ $ $ $

Amended Budget (Approved 11/01/11)

$ 59,320.00 423,836.00 288 000.00 142,367.00 213,551.00 $ 59,320.00

$ 59 320.00 $ 444,139.54 $ 90 418.99 $ 346,376.91 $ 148,663.83 $ 97 474.73

$ 1,186,394.00

TOTALS

$ 1,186,394.00

The CoC lead organization, Housing First, Inc. implemented a VA project for preventing veterans and their families from becoming homeless or facilitating rapid re-housing if required. Known as the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program, it is projected that 100 veteran households will be served in 2012. This $600,360 grant is subject to annual renewal based on successful operation. Other agencies

providing

services to prevent

homelessness

include:



The Family Promise program partners with churches in the City to prevent homelessness, when possible, and to provide temporary shelter, if necessary.



The Salvation Army and Dumas Wesley facilities for women and their children.



Penelope House continues to successfully victims of domestic violence.



McKemie Place continues



The Salvation Army and Waterfront shelters for men.

Community

operate

to offer emergency

Center

operate

a transitional

shelter

housing

transitional

program

for

for single women.

Rescue Mission will continue

to offer emergency

4. Discharge Coordination Policy-Explain planned activities to implement a cohesive, community-wide Discharge Coordination Policy, and how, in the coming year, the community will move toward such a policy. The City of Mobile adopted in March 2007:

the following

Discharge

Policy Statement

for Homeless

Citizens

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"It is the policy of the City to prevent homelessness by encouraging local and publicly funded institutions or systems of care to contact Housing First, Inc., the Homeless Coalition for discharge planning consultation and assistance regarding citizens known to be homeless or who could become homeless at the time of dtscharqe." Housing First, Inc., provides discharge planning consultation so in 2012. A status summary follows:

services and will continue to do

Discharge from Foster Care The Mobile County Department of Human Resources, a state child welfare agency, has formal, written discharge policies for foster care. Its discharge plan calls for reunification with family whenever possible, supported by state funds. For those aging out of the system, planning assistance and case management services are provided. The discharge plan includes a mandatory 6 month follow-up, and at the client's request, may continue follow-up for up to 18 months. Discharge from Health Care Facilities Four major health care organizations provide inpatient services in the City: Infirmary Health Systems, Providence Hospital, University of South Alabama Medical Center and Spring Hill Medical Center. None has a discharge policy or protocol specific to homeless patients. The following procedures by Housing First: •

• • •

have been recommended,

and will continue to be recommended

Patients identified as homeless at the time of admission or acceptance for healthcare services, or who become homeless during the period of active treatment, are to be provided discharge planning that prevents being released into homelessness whenever possible. Patients accepted for inpatient treatment without an address are to be reported to the discharge planning office of the healthcare organization at the time of admission. The discharge plans developed by healthcare organizations should include any special considerations or procedures that are needed for homeless patients. A patient should not be discharged to the streets and cannot be discharged to an emergency shelter unless the patient is physically and mentally competent, requests that action, and the shelter has been notified and agreed to accept the patient.

The four health care organizations will continue to be reminded, annually, of these recommended policies and reminded that McKinney-Vento funds are not meant to be used for discharge from inpatient care to transitional and permanent housing except under very specific circumstances that determine eligibility. Discharge from Mental Health Facilities State and federal law prohibits discharge from mental health facilities that would result in homelessness. Alabama operates transitional and group homes for patients needing followup care and housing at the time of discharge from inpatient treatment. Discharge from Corrections Facilities The State of Alabama Department of Corrections requires an address for prisoners who are released on probation. Prisoners who have completed their sentences and will not be on Page 25 of 32

probation are released without the requirement of a follow-up address. are, therefore, not deemed homeless.

Released prisoners

However, released prisoners are at significant risk of becoming homeless if they, in fact, are not homeless at the time of discharge. Statistical information collected by 15 Place, a homeless daytime service center in Mobile, indicates that a significant number of released prisoners become homeless within three months. In 2008, Governor Bob Riley implemented an initiative known as the Community Partnership for Recovery and Reentry Network, which created a network of faith-based and community organizations to evaluate the needs of discharged prisoners for rehabilitation services and housing assistance. The effectiveness of this network has not yet been determined. The Mobile County Metro Jail has not fully developed a formal protocol for releasing homeless prisoners. Housing First has recommended, and will continue to recommend, the following protocol to the jail: 1. Mentally-ill prisoners without an address at the time of incarceration and who are scheduled to be released should be reported to the AltaPointe Health Systems worker assigned to the Metro Jail. 2. Housing First, Inc. should be asked to participate in the development of a discharge plan for eligible homeless individuals being released. 3. Housing First, Inc. will provide information regarding rehabilitation housing programs that could be offered at the time of release. It is HUD McKinney-Vento funded housing should not be considered resources have been explored and the history and background of a verifies eligibility and suitability.

and transitional understood that until all other specific prisoner

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Community Development 1. Identify the jurisdiction's priority non-housing community development needs eligible for assistance by CDBG eligibility category specified in the Community Development Needs Table (formerly Table 2B), public facilities, public improvements, public services and economic development.

The following projects draw from the 2008 Consolidated Plan, the Mayor's Strategic Plan, and the City of Mobile's "New Plan for Mobile," completed in 2010 and adopted in January 2012: SL-l: Availability I Accessibility of Suitable Living Environment o o o

o

Remedy substandard infrastructure in low and moderate-income areas Improve public parks in low and moderate-income areas Facility improvements to enhance educational and public facilities moderate-income areas Homeownership education and counseling

CDBG funds will be utilized by the City's Engineering Department improvements at Trinity Gardens Park, located in a low-income area.

in low and

to make drainage

The City's Architecture Engineering Department will utilize CDBG funds to make continued improvements at Theodore Park, located in a low and moderate-income area. CDBG funds will also be utilized to complete renovations to the African American Archives building. Work will include the installation of new windows and repairs to the plaster ceiling. CDBG funds will also be utilized by the City's Architecture Engineering Department to make continued improvements and modifications at the former Woodcock School which has been transformed into a community education resource center for seniors and people with disabilities. HOME funds will be utilized by a community partner to provide homeownership education and financial counseling to low and moderate-income individuals who are interested in purchasing a home.

SL-3: Sustainability of Suitable Living Environment o o

Public service activities serving primarily lower income persons and those with special needs Capacity building and technical assistance for Community Based Development Organizations (CBDOs) to enhance their capacity to serve as active development partners in neighborhood revitalization activities

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The Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama will utilize CDBG funds to provide youth Funding will support the education and recreation programs for children ages 6-18. operations of the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club as well as three Boys and Girls Clubs locations at the following Mobile Housing Board public housing developments: Roger Williams, R.V. Taylor, and the Birdville/Mae Eanes area. Dumas Wesley Community Center will utilize CDBG funds to support the operations of their neighborhood outreach program which serves the Crichton community, an area that is comprised of approximately 64.2% low and moderate-income households. Senior Citizens Services will utilize CDBG funds to support the operations of Via, a multipurpose center dedicated to the physical, mental, and social health of senior citizens in the City of Mobile. United Methodist Inner City Mission will utilize CDBG funds to support the operations of their community enrichment program which serves the Oakdale/Maysville community, an area that is comprised of approximately 81.2% low and moderate-income households. The CPD Department will utilize CDBG funds to provide capacity building and technical assistance for community based development organizations (CBDOs). The goal is to strengthen the organizational structure and capacity of groups in low and moderate-income areas, allowing them to develop to a higher level of functionality in the community. EO-1: Availability I Accessibility of Economic Opportunity o o o

Support a transitional work training program for people with disabilities Provide small business loans and training for microenterprises Youth employment training

developmental

Mobile Association for Retarded Citizens will utilize CDBG funds to support the Transitional Work Training Program for people with developmental disabilities who are 18-25 years old and aging out of the school system. The program will focus on job readiness and life skills. The CPD Department will utilize CDBG funds for its Community and Business Development Center which will provide loans, training, and technical assistance to microenterprises. Mobile Development Enterprises will utilize CDBG funds to support the Summer Work Employment Experience Training Program (SWEET-P) which provides training to low and moderate-income individuals ages 16-23. This activity provides summer work experience, job readiness, life skills training, and work place environment education.

2. Identify specific long-term and short-term community development objectives (including economic development activities that create jobs), developed in accordance with the statutory goals described in section 24 CFR 91.1 and the primary objective of the CDBG program to provide decent housing and a suitable living environment and expand economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.

Short Term Objectives •

Improved quality and quantity of affordable housing stock Page 28 of 32



Improved community services in low and moderate-income areas



Provide assistance to small businesses that would lead to job creation and retention



Increased capacity of community based development organizations



Increased financial knowledge and skills for low and moderate-income individuals



Improved educational and recreational facilities in low and moderate-income areas

Long Term Objectives •

Greater housing choice for low and moderate-income and price



A stronger organizations



Increased economic opportunities for low and moderate-income businesses they create and operate

individuals and the



Catalytic community investment which creates revitalization in low and moderate-income areas

"ripple



Greater opportunities for the creation of wealth and the development of assets for low and moderate-income households



Coordinated reinvestment in low and moderate-income areas of the City of Mobile

nonprofit

development

community

households, both in location

and

a

stronger

positive

neighborhood

effect"

of

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Antipoverty Strategy 1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to reduce the number of poverty level families. The following funded activities should help reduce poverty: a) Housing and related supportive services for the homeless Long-term housing promotes household stability which allows household members to focus on a multi-faceted recovery plan. b)

Youth services Providing after-school and summer youth recreational programs should direct children's and teens' time and efforts into productive activities under the guidance of adult mentors. Such experiences can motivate young people to stay in school and assume control of their futures.

c) Homeownership and financial counseling Learning to manage finances to accommodate homeownership can help household members budget all resources to stabilize their lives and maintain steady employment. Homeownership would also help families and individuals create wealth. d) Efforts to avoid eviction or foreclosure Through the HPRP and ESG programs, agencies such as Housing First and the Service Center of Catholic Social Services, provide small grants for utility bills, security deposits, and delinquent mortgage and rent payments to keep people in their homes and avoid slipping into homelessness. e) Services for seniors Many seniors live on fixed incomes and have limited access to transportation and socialization. Senior services will seek to improve the quality of seniors' lives and free up limited resources for other essential needs. f) Affordable housing ,

The CPD Department's affordable housing program targets households at or below 80% of area median income (AMI), with many programs targeting households at or below 50% AMI. These programs seek to reduce the housing cost burden on low and moderate-income households so no more than 30% of their household income is dedicated to housing-related expenses. g) Economic development Through the CPD Department's Community and Business Development Center, microenterprises will be assisted with technical assistance, training, and financing. These community-based, grassroots businesses will provide wealth creation for the entrepreneurs and services for the community. Page 30 of 32

Non-homeless Special Needs {91.220 (c) and (e) 1. Describe the priorities and specific objectives the jurisdiction hopes to achieve for the period covered by the Action Plan. The Listing of Proposed Projects includes non-homeless special needs projects and activities that will be implemented to accomplish the priorities and objectives defined. The following is taken from the adopted 2008 Consolidated Plan and Strategy: "The City of Mobile supports and will continue to support the efforts of non-profit and government agencies in their efforts to increase the availability of housing and services to special needs persons, thus reducing the number of persons in need throughout this 5 year planning period. The City will use Federal, State, and local public and private sector resources as efficiently as possible to best serve those persons and areas with the greatest needs." Since the 2008 Plan was adopted the City has partnered with agencies such as Volunteers of America and the Independent Living Center to address the special needs population with funding support under the COBG and HOME programs. Also through its HOME program, CPO staff has also done outreach with organizations such as AIDS Alabama, to explore potential partnerships for special needs housing.

Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS Provide a Brief description of the organization, the area of service, the name of the program contacts, and a broad overview of the range/ type of housing activities to be done during the next year. 1. Report on the actions taken during the year that addressed the special needs of persons who are not homeless but require supportive housing, and assistance for persons who are homeless. 2. Evaluate the progress in meeting its specific objective of providing affordable housing, including a comparison of actual outputs and outcomes to proposed goals and progress made on the other planned actions indicated in the strategic and action plans. The evaluation can address any related program adjustments or future plans. 3. Report on annual HOPWA output goals for the number of households assisted during the year in: (1) short-term rent, mortgage and utility payments to avoid homelessness; (2) rental assistance programs; and (3) in housing facilities, such as community residences and SRO dwellings, where funds are used to develop and/or operate these facilities. Include any assessment of client outcomes for achieving housing stability, reduced risks of homelessness and improved access to care. 4. Report on the use of committed leveraging from other public and private resources that helped to address needs identified in the plan. 5. Provide an analysis of the extent to which HOPWA funds were distributed among different categories of housing needs consistent with the geographic distribution plans identified in its approved Consolidated Plan. 6. Describe any barriers (including non-regulatory) encountered, actions in response to barriers, and recommendations for program improvement. 7. Please describe the expected trends facing the community in meeting the needs of persons living with HIV / AIDS and provide additional information Page 31 of 32

regarding the administration of services to people with HIV I AIDS. 8. Please note any evaluations, studies or other assessments that conducted on the local HOPWA program during the next year.

will

be

At this time, the City of Mobile does not receive HOPWA funding.

Specific HOPWA Objectives Describe how Federal, State, and local public and private sector resources that are reasonably expected to be available will be used to address identified needs for the period covered by the Action Plan.

At this time, the City of Mobile does not receive HOPWA funding.

Include any Action Plan information that was not covered by a narrative in any other section.

N/A

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Fifth Program Year Action Plan PUBLIC NOTICE - CITY OF MOBILE PY 2012-2013

PROPOSED ACTION PLAN

The City of Mobile has completed a Draft Action Plan for Program Year 2012 in conjunction with the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) requirement for Community Planning and Development formula programs. These programs are as follows: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG). The purpose of the Plan is to coordinate effective neighborhood and community development strategies. Specific Goals the Plan seeks to accomplish are: provide decent housing, provide a sustainable living environment and expand economic opportunities. Each goal primarily benefits low and moderate-income persons and neighborhoods. Specific objectives contained within the Plan include but are not limited to: neighborhood revitalization, increasing the availability of permanent affordable housing, increasing access to quality public and private facilities, and qualified public services. The total amount of funding available under all three Programs is estimated to be: $6,522,040. Copies of the draft Plan are available for public review and comment at the City of Mobile Community Planning and Development Department, 5th Floor, Suite 508, South Tower, 205 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602. Citizens are urged to review and comment on the Plan. The comment period runs from January 20 to February 19, 2012. All comments, whether written or verbal, will be documented, and a response will be provided. Written comments or comments made in person should be made to the Community Planning and Development Department, at the address above. Telephone comments should be made to 251-208-6290. Email comments should be sent to [email protected] The draft Plan may also be viewed on the City of Mobile's website: www.cityofmobile.org. The Community Planning and Development Department will conduct a public hearing to discuss adoption of the 2012-2013 Action Plan. The hearing will be held at the Government Plaza Auditorium, 205 Government Street. All interested citizens are encouraged to attend the hearing scheduled for Wednesday, February 15, 2012 starting at 3:00 p.m. Please contact the City in advance of the hearing if special accommodations are necessary. The Final Fifth Year Action Plan will be voted on at the City Council meeting scheduled at 10:30 a.m. on February 28, 2012. All interested citizens are encouraged to attend the City Council meeting. City of Mobile

HUD Action Plan for 2012-2013 Appendix A

Fifth Program Year Action Plan PY 2012-2013 PROPOSED ACTION PLAN: PROJECTS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) C"ItV 0f Mo en I e Programs

HUD Cateaorv

Administration (City of Mobile) Section 108 Payment Housino Rehabilitation Community and Business Development Center Capacity Building (Community Based Development

Administration Loan Repayment Decent Housing Economic Opportunity Suitable Living Environment

454,321 427,127 254,155 100 000 50,000

Orqanizations)

Theodore Park Woodcock School African American Archives Trinity Gardens Park Homeowner Roofing Program SUBTOTAL - CITY OF MOBILE PROGRAMS

Public Parks Public Facilities Public Facilities Infrastructure Decent Housing

265 000 165,000 48,000 50,000 100,000 1,913,603

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Commumtv " Partners HUD cateaorv Independent Livinq Center Housino First Family Counseling Center of Mobile Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama Mobile Association for Retarded Citizens Dumas Wesley Community Center Mobile Fair Housinq Center Senior Citizens Services Mobile Development Enterprises United Methodist Inner City Mission McKemie Place SUBTOTAL - COMMUNITY PARTNERS

TOTAL CDBG FUNDING

Decent Housing Planning Public Services Public Services (Kiwanis) Public Services (Public Housing) Public Services Public Services Public Services Public Services Public Services Public Services Public Services

50,000 10000 24,000 50,000 60,000 32000 20,000 20000 33,000 30,000 61,000 18,000 408,000

$ 2,321,603

HUD Action Plan for 2012-2013

City of Mobile Appendix B

Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Commum:y It Par t ners

HUD Cat egory Administration

Administration (City of Mobile) Service Center of Catholic Social Services Dumas Wesley Community Center Penelope House Family Violence Center Loaves and Fish Community Ministries McKemie Place Housinq First

Homelessness Prevention Shelter Operations Shelter Operations Shelter Operations Shelter Operations Planning

TOTAL ESG FUNDING

15,180 25000 21 220 58000 40000 28,000 15000

$ 202,400

HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) The funds below represent the anticipated PY2012 allocation along with program income and the amended budgets from PY2010 and PY 2011. COt HUD Cat egory I e an dOl eve opers I:Y 0 f M0 bll Administration (City of Mobile) Down Payment Assistance (City of Mobile) Homeownership Education (TBD) Affordable Housinq - Homeownership (TBD) Affordable Housinq - Rental (TBD) CHDO Affordable Housinq - Homeownership CHDO Operations Expense (TBD)

Administration Housing Affordability Homeownership Assistance Decent Housing Decent Housing (TBD)

TOTAL HOME FUNDING

Decent Housing CHDO Operations

399,803 700,000 18,653 600,000 1,550 000 636,986 92,595

$ 3,998,037

SUMMARY: 2012-2013

HUD FUNDING Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) $ 2,321,603 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) $ 202,400 HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) $ 3,998,037 $ 6,522,040 GRAND TOTAL

City of Mobile

HUD Action Plan for 2012-2013 Appendix B

Fifth Program Year Action Plan

FY 2012-2013 PROPOSED ACTION PLAN

APPENDIX C: Project Specific Forms

City of Mobile

HUD Action Plan for 2012-2013 Appendix C

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

ICDBG Program Administration IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Provides funding for overall CDBG program administration including staffing, management, coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and planning activities. Project Name:

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[Community and Business Development Center IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to make small business loans and offer technical assistance to entrepreneurs and microenterprises. The Center will be staffed and operated by the City's Community Planning and Development Department.

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4/30/2013 -

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Drain Improvements

CDBG

lo.

RI

Q)

>

Fund Source:

50,000

Fund Source:

Actual Amount Proposed Amt.

I~

Accompl. Type:

I.•. Proposed Units

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I.•. I·

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Amt.

Actual Amount

500

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.009C

1"'1 Actual Amount

I.•.

01 People

~

0 lo. C.

Proposed Amt.

Matrix Codes

Actual Amount

E

RI lo.



S70.201(c)

I.•. Proposed Units Actual Units I.•. Proposed Units Actual Units

9

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

IHomeowner Rehabilitation - Roofing Program IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding will support the Historic Development Department's Roofing Program which assists low and moderate-income homeowners with the minor home rehabilitation in the form of a new roof

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

I Owner

Select one:

G

Occupied Housing

Explanation:

The program is a more focused continuation of their existing owneroccupied rehabilitation program where they realized that a new roof was a top priority for qualified homeowners

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 ,....Objective Category

@

Decent Housing

o Suitable Living Environment o Economic Opportunity Outcome

o o o -

Specific Objectives

11Improve

Categories

Affordability Sustainability

III

10 Housing Units

1"-

~

> E ~.r:. I ~v.-III a) Q.

CI.

v v

1..-1

31

1..-1

Proposed

10

Accompl. Type:

Accompl. Type:

1"-

Accompl. Type:

1"-

c:r: Proposed Outcome Improved housing stock

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Underway Complete

1"-1

Matrix Codes

1"-

0 L. CI.

100,000

Fund Source:

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

1..-1

1..-1 1..-1 1"-

1..-

10 Housing unitsl..-

Proposed Units

10

Accompl. Type:

1..-

Actual Units Accompl. Type:

1..-

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.010C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Actual Amount

Actual Amount

E

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Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Fund Source:

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of homes rehabilitated

Matrix Codes

a)

Proposed

Complete

Matrix Codes

>

1..-

Underway

1"-1

ta

Proposed

Complete

Matrix Codes

1..-

1"-

Underway

Matrix Codes

CDBG

Underway

Underway

1..-1

L.

Proposed Complete

14A Rehab; Single-Unit Residential 570.202

It)

~

Complete

'0 E 0

21

Underway

s:::: a) a)

L.

1..-1

the quality of owner housing

Availability/Accessibility

1..-

Proposed Units Actual Units

10

CPMP

CPMP Version 20

Project Name:

Grantee

I Rehabilitation:

Description:

Home

Modifications

IDIS Project #:

I will assist persons with disabilities handicapped accessibility

Funding improved

Independent Living Center

Name:

UOGCode:

to undertake

Location:

City

minor

IAL 11542 modifications

MOBILE to their

homes

for

Priority Need Category

Wide

EJ

I Non-homelessSpecial Needs

Select one: Explanation:

Funds will be provided to assist persons with disabilities to undertake minor modifications to their homes for accessibility. These modifications can include wheelchair ramps, widening doorways, installation of grab bars and other bathroom mod ifications.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 ,....Objective Category Decent Housing @ Suitable Living Environment EconomicOpportunity

o o

Specific Objectives

11 Increase range of housing options & related servicesfor persons w/ special needs

Outcome Categories

o Availability/Accessibility

o Affordability o Sustainability •••IIIe

Q)

> E I

III

tJ~ Q) Q, '0' E L. 0 D. u

u

I..,

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

I.., I

Accompl. Type:


accessibility stock

in

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>

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L.

Fund Source:

Underway

Proposed

04 Households

I.•.

Proposed

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance Measure Number of homes accessible

Proposed Amt.

made

50,000

Fund Source:

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Actual Outcome

more

I.•.II Matrix Codes I.•. II Matrix Codes I.., 1 Matrix Codes Fund Source: 20

Accompl. Type:

1••• 1

I.., I 1••• I .•.

I.., I..,

1

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

Accompl. Type: I .•. Proposed Units

Accompl. Type: I .•. Proposed Units

Actual Units

CPD12.011C

I..,

Underway

Actual Amount

Cl

0 L. D.

Accompl. Type:

Underway

Actual Amount I..,

Proposed Complete

Matrix Codes

L.

I .•.

Complete

Matrix Codes

I..,

Accompl. Type:

Underway

114A Rehab; Single-Unit Residential570.202

In CDBG

20

Proposed

Proposed Outcome Improved housing

I.., 1

31

Q)

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I..,

21

04 Households

I'" 1 1

Actual Units

11

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: Housing First

[Continuum of Care Planning IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding for planning and coordination activities for the Continuum of Care (CoC) which is a community planning process that results in goals for addressing and eventually ending homelessness.

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

R

I Planning/Administration

Select one: Expla nation:

Housing First is the designated lead organization for the local Continuum of Care

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

@

o o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

D Availability/Accessibility D Affordability

o -

2

Sustainability

•••IIIe

Accompl. Type:

~

> E I

III

'tJ:: CI) Q. '0' E i- 0 D. u

u

rental housing

Improve access to affordable owner housing

3

CI) CI)

~.s::::

Improve access to affordable

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Accompl. Type:


Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Underway

Complete

Complete Accompl. Type:

I •••

Underway

Complete

Complete Accompl. Type:

I •••

1

•••

1

1 •••

1

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed Outcome

1

Proposed

Underway

Proposed

•••

Proposed

Underway

Proposed

1

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure

1 ••• 11 Matrix Codes

1 •••

Matrix Codes

1 ••• 1 Matrix Codes

1 ••• 1

Matrix Codes

1 ••• 1 Matrix Codes

1 ••• 1

120

Planning 570.205

ItI

CDBG

I •••

ItI CI)

> E

ItI i-

Fund Source:

I •••

10,000

Fund Source:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

1 ••• 1 Proposed Units

Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units Proposed Units

Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.012C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

CI

0 iD.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

i-

1

12

CPMP

Grantee

CPMP Version 2 0

Project Name:

I Consumer

Descri ption:

Credit

Name:

Counseling

Family Counseling Center of Mobile Services

IDIS Project #:

I Funding for consumer credit and post-purchase counseling homebuyer seminars

UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE counseling services, including financial and credit counseling, for homebuyers, mortgage/rental delinquency counseling,

Location:

City

pre and

Priority Need Category

Wide

EJ

I PublicServices

Select one: Explanation:

Operational education individuals

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 - Objective Category Decent Housing @ Suitable Living Environment EconomicOpportunity

o o

Outcome Categories

o Sustainability

CU

C CU

I

III

> E .!!.c:

I..,

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Accompl. Type:

I~

ti= CU Q, '0' E ••.0 Q.

U

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I..,

Accompl. Type:

11 Improve the servicesfor low/mod income persons

I~I

2

I~I

3

I~I

Proposed

financial

literacy

75

Accompl. Type:

I~

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I~

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I~

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed Outcome Improved

organization providing financial to low and moderate-income

Specific Objectives

o Availability/Accessibility o Affordability .•..III

expenses for a nonprofit and homebuyer counseling and families

Performance Measure

Actual Outcome

Number of individuals counseled

I..,IIMatrix Codes

1..,1

Matrix Codes

I..,IIMatrix Codes

1..,1

Matrix Codes

I~ IIMatrix Codes

1"'1

105 Public Services(General) S70.201(e)

In CDBG

...

ro CU

> E

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I~

Proposed Amt.

24,000

Fund Source:

I~

Actual Amount

Fund Source:

I..,

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

I..,

Actual Amount

01 People

I..,

Proposed Units

I..,

75

Accompl. Type:

I..,

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.013C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units

Accompl. Type:

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

I..,

Proposed Units Actual Units

13

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: Boys and Girls Club of South Alabama

[Youth Recreation Services - Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding will support youth education and recreation programs at the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club (located near Bush Park) facility. Youth, ages 6-18, from Crichton, Toulminville and Trinity Gardens will benefit.

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

712 Rice Street AL 36617

Mobile,

EJ

I Public Services

Select one: Explanation:

Operational expenses for a nonprofit organization providing public services to the youth in a predominately low to moderate income community.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o Decent @

Housing

Suitable Living Environment

o Economic Outcome

o o o

Opportunity

Specific Objectives

11Improve

Categories

the services for low/mod

1•••1

income persons

Availability/Accessibility

Sustainability

-

•••IIIs:::

31

I •••

01 People

CI1 CI1

> E

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III

I •••

Accompl. Type:

tJ:: CI1 Co '0' E '- 0 C. v

v

1•••1

21

Affordability

I •••

Accompl. Type:

c:(

Proposed Outcome Improved services for youth in a low mod area

Proposed

375

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Underway

Complete

Complete Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance Measure Number of youth served

1

Proposed

Underway

Proposed

1 •••

Actual Outcome

I ••• II Matrix

Codes

1 •••

1

Codes

I ••• II Matrix

Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

I ••• II Matrix

Codes

1•••1

OSD Youth Services S70.201(e)

I Matrix

In CDBG

to'-

CI1

> 0 C.

'-

Proposed Amt.

50,000

Fund Source:

I •••

Actual Amount Fund Source:

I •••

01 People

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I •••

I •••

375

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.014C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units Accompl. Type:

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

E

to 'en

I •••

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

14

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama

[Youth Recreation - Public Housing IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I This project will provide educational and recreational youth counseling services in three separate public housing area Boys and Girls Club recreation centers. Youth, ages 6-18 will benefit. Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

1517 Plaza Dr. (36605), 308 Simington Dr. (36617), Birdville/Mae Eans area (TBD)

Explanation:

Funding for operational expenses to support educational and recreational services in the R.V. Taylor, Roger Williams, and Birdville/Mae Eanes communities

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r-

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

Improve the services for low/mod income persons

1

•••

1

Availability/Accessibility

2

1 •••

1

Affordability Sustainability

3

1 •••

1

.•..\I)

I •••

01 People

-~ c:~ > E

~J: I

EJ

I Public Services

Select one:

\I)

I •••

Accompl. Type:

ti:: ~ Q. '0' E I.. 0 C. u

u

I •••

Accompl. Type:


Proposed Outcome Improved services for youth in low mod areas

Proposed

600

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

I Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance Measure Number of youth served

Actual Outcome

05D Youth Services 570.201(e)

1 .••

11

Matrix Codes

1 .••

1

Matrix Codes

1 .••

11

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

11

Matrix Codes

1 .••

1

In

CDBG

I •••

RI

~

> E RI I..

Fund Source:

I •••

60,000

Fund Source:

I •••

01 People

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I .••

I •••

600

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.015C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units Accompl. Type:

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

CI

0 I.. C.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

I..

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

15

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Project Name:

[Transltlonal

I

Grantee Name: Mobile Association for Retarded Citizens Work Program

IAL 11542 MOBILE Funding will support the Transitional Work Training Program for people with development disabilities who are 18-25 years old and aging out of the school system. The program will focus on job readiness and life skills. Description:

IDIS Project #:

UOG Code:

Location:

Priority Need Category

759 Congress Street Mobile, AL 36603

I Non-homeless

Select one:

EJ

Special Needs

Explanation:

Operational expenses for a nonprofit organization with developmental disabilities

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

serving people

Objective Category

o o o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

Specific Objectives

11Improve

Categories

1 •••

1

1•••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

persons

21

Affordability Sustainability

31

01 People

I

.•.

- s:: (I)

(I)

> E

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I .III .•..1.1-

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Q,

'0' E I.. 0 Q.

1

for low-income

Availability/Accessibility

.•..III

(I)

1•••

economic opportunities

1.1 1.1

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

« Proposed Outcome Improved skills for people developmental disabilities

with

61

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of individuals assisted

OSH Employment Training S70.201(e)

.•.

II

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

1•••

1

Matrix Codes

1•••

1

II)

CDBG

I

.•.

1'0 (I)

Fund Source:

I

.•.

1'0

01 People

I

.•.

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Q.

I

.•.

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I

.•.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

61

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Accompl. Type:

I

.•.

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.016C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units

CI

0 I..

Fund Source:

Actual Amount

E I..

32,000

Actual Amount

I..

>

Proposed Amt.

I

16

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: Dumas Wesley Community

Center

I Neighborhood Outreach Program IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funds support the operational costs at Dumas Wesley Community Center to provide outreach services to the Crichton Community. The service area is comprised of approximately 64.2% low and moderate-income households.

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

126 Mobile Street Mobile, AL 36607 Census Tracts 26.00 and 27.00

Fl

I Public Services

Select one: Explanation:

Operational expenses for a nonprofit organization providing public services to predominately a low to moderate income community.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r-

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

-~

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

1••• 1

income persons

Availability/Accessibility

1••• 1

Affordability

2

Sustainability

31

01 People

•••IIII:

I .•.

> E

III

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

tJ:: ~ C. '0' E L. 0 C. v

v

Proposed

1••• 1 1,500

Proposed

Accompl. Type: I·

~

.!!.s:: I

Improve the services for low/mod

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

c:r::

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance

Proposed Outcome

Actual Outcome

Measure

Number of individuals served

Improved access to services

1••• 11Matrix

Codes

1••• 1

Matrix Codes

1"'11 Matrix

Codes

1 .••

1

Matrix Codes

1••• 11Matrix

Codes

1•••

1

os

Public Services (General) S70.201(e)

In

CDBG

I .•.

RI

~

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Fund Source:

I .•.

20,000

Fund Source:

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

Actual Amount 01 People

I .••

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

01

0 L. C.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

L.

Proposed Units

1,500

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

I.•. I.•.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.017C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

17

I~

Proposed Units Actual Units

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Description:

I Fair I

Funding

housing

Project Name:

for fair

Housing

Grantee

Name:

Mobile Fair Housing Center

Education

IDIS Project #:

education

IAL 11542 MOBILE throughout the City of Mobile

UOG Code:

and outreach

programs

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

EJ

I Public Services

Select one: Explanation:

Mobile Fair Housing Center is a nonprofit educating and advocating for fair housing

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 - Objective Category Decent Housing @ Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

o o

organizaiton opportunities

dedicated

to

Specific Objectives

o o Affordability

11 Improve access to affordable rental housing

1••• 1

21 Improve access to affordable owner housing

1••• 1

[] Sustainability

31

1••• 1

Outcome Categories Availability/Accessibility

•••III - s: CU CU

I ••• Proposed

01 People

> E .!.s: 01 People III 0::

I.•.

I

CU

Q.

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Do u

u

Accompl. Type:

c:r:

Underway Complete

Proposed

30

Accompl. Type:

I.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Accompl. Type:

I.•.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed Outcome

Performance Measure of

I ••• Proposed

Complete

I ••• Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Increased understanding fair housing issues

500

Underway

Number training

Actual Outcome

of people attending and workshops Matrix Codes

1••• 1

Matrix Codes

1••• 11Matrix Codes

1••• 1

Matrix Codes

1••• 11Matrix Codes

1••• 1

105J Fair Housing Activities (if CDBG,then subject to 570.201(e)I"'1

III

CDBG

1..-

Fund Source:

I •••

RI CU

> E

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20,000

Fund Source:

I •••

Fund Source:

I ••• Proposed Amt.

01 People 01 People

~

Proposed Units

Actual Amount

500

Accompl. Type:

Proposed Units Actual Units

30

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.018C

I •••

Actual Units

1••• 1Proposed Units

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

e!

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Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

I..

18

I~

Proposed Units Actual Units

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: Senior Citizen Services, Inc.

[Via Community Outreach Program IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding will support operations of a multi-purpose center for seniors. Programs inlcude physical educational, socialization, health and well ness, the Homemaker program, a cafeteria, Grandfriends, transportation, emergency assistance, community outreach, and referrals. Project Name:

Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

1717 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36604

B

I Public Services

Select one: Explanation:

Funds will be made available for operations at Via, a multi-purpose center dedicated to the physical, mental, and social health of senior citizens in the City of Mobile

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o []

Specific Objectives

11Improve

Categories

III .•..

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I .•.

01 People

C

III IJCD Q. I

I .•.

Accompl. Type:

'0' E J.. 0 IJ IJ

1•••1 1•••1

31

CD CD

I •••

Accompl. Type:


Proposed Outcome Improved health and wellness for senior citizens

Proposed

1,500

Accompl. Type:

Underway Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

CD

Underway Complete

Performance Measure Number of clients served

I •••

01 People

I .•.

0 J..

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33,000

Codes Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

CPD12.019C

~

1 •••

1

1 •••

1

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

1,500

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CI

c..

1•••1

Codes

Actual Amount

E

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Proposed Amt.

11

Actual Outcome

Actual Amount Fund Source:

Proposed

Underway

1•••1 Matrix

>

I .•.

Complete

Matrix Codes

RI

Proposed Underway

1 •••

I •••

I .•.

Underway

Matrix Codes

CDBG

Proposed

Complete

I ••• II Matrix

J..

I •••

Underway

03A Senior Centers S70.201(c)

II'l

1•••1

income persons

21

Affordability Sustainability

e,

the services for low/mod

Availability/Accessibility

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

19

CPMP

CPMP Version 2

a

Grantee Name: Mobile Development Enterprises

[Youth Job Training Program: SWEET-P Descri ption: IDIS Project #: UOGCode: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding will support the Summer Work Employment Experience Training Program (SWEET-P), which will provide training to low and moderate-income individuals ages 16 to 23 years old. Project Name:

Location:

Priority Need Category

151 S. Claiborne Street, Mobile, AL 36602

El

I Public Services

Select one: Explanation:

This activity provides summer work experience, job readiness and life skills training to low and moderate-income youths. Additional funds will be provided by the Mobile Housing Board.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o o

Suitable Living Environment

@

Economic Opportunity

Decent Housing

Outcome

o

Specific Objectives

D Affordability D Sustainability

Q)

I~

01 People

.•..III r:::

Q)

31

I~I

I~

Accompl. Type:

c.. u u

I~

Accompl. Type:


Proposed Outcome Improved job readiness and work experience

Proposed

CDBG

Proposed Underway Complete

Accompl. Type:

I~

Proposed

Underway

Underway Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Fund Source:

E 01 People

C\ Accompl. Type:

Proposed Underway

Complete

Complete

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of program participants

I~ II I~I I~I

I~I I~I I~I

Matrix Codes

Matrix Codes

I~

Proposed Amt.

30,000

Fund Source:

I~ I~ I~

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

Actual Amount Proposed Units

50

Accompl. Type:

I~ I~ I~

Actual Units Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

1~

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Units Actual Units Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.020C

I~

Underway

Actual Amount

10

0 I..

I~

Matrix Codes

I..

e,

Accompl. Type:

Complete

Matrix Codes

10 I..

50

Proposed

Matrix Codes

Q)

persons

Underway

OSH Employment Training S70.201(e)

>

for low-income

Q,

'0' E I.. 0

In

economic opportunities

Complete

> E

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21

I~I I~I

11Improve

Categories

Availability/Accessibility

20

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: United Methodist Inner City Mission

[Community Enrichment Program IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding will support a community outreach program in the Oakdale and Maysville communities. The service area is comprised of approximately 81.2% low and moderate-income households. Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

913 S. Broad Street, Mobile, AL 36603 Census Tracts 12.00, 13.02, 14.00, 15.01, 15.02 4/30/2013 Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o []

Specific Objectives

Categories

Affordability

I •••

01 People

C CU

> E ~.c

....1.1.-III I

I .••

Accompl. Type:

Q.

'0' E I- 0 C.

•••

1

2

1

•••

1

3

1 •••

1

Availability/Accessibility

III .•..

CU

Improve the services for low/mod income persons

1

1

Sustainability

CU

Explanation:

Operational expenses for a nonprofit organization providing public services to predominately low to moderate income individuals in the community

Expected Completion Date: -

EJ

I Public Services

Select one:

1.1 1.1

I •••

Accompl. Type:


Proposed

700

Accompl. Type:

1 •••

1 Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I .••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance Measure Number of indiviudals served

105 Public Services (General) s70.201(e)

Actual Outcome

1 •••

11

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

11

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

I ••• II

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

Ln

CDBG

I •••

/II CU

> E/II

I-

Fund Source:

I •••

61,000

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt.

01 People

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

700

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I .••

Actual Units

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units Actual Units

CPD12.021C

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

Cl

0 IC.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

I-

Proposed Units Actual Units

21

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: McKemie Place

IMcKemie Place Operations IDIS Project #: UOGCode: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support homeless shelter operations at McKemie Place, a homeless shelter serving women without children

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

913 S. Broad Street Mobile, AL 36603

I Homeless/HIV/AIDS

Select one:

1 •••

1

Explanation:

McKemie Place is operated in partnership with United Methodist Inner City Mission.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r-

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

Specific Objectives

11End

Categories

Affordability

2

Sustainability

3

III .•..

I •••

01 People

-> Ee

Q) Q)

.!!.c: I

III

I •••

Accompl. Type:

t):: Q) e,

'0' E J.. 0 e,

U U

I •••

Accornpl. Type:

c:(

Proposed Outcome Provision of temporary overnight shelter 03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS

Proposed

I Matrix

I •••

Underway Complete

Proposed

ta

Q.J

Fund Source:

01 People

I •••

Complete

Complete

Proposed

0 J..

Accompl. Type:

I •••

1 •••

1

1•••

1

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of clients served

Patients Programs

Proposed Amt.

1•••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

1 •••

1

Matrix Codes

1 •••

1

1 .••

1

Matrix Codes

1•••

1

18,000

Fund Source:

1.•.

Proposed Amt.

Actual Amount

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

r .•.

Proposed Units

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

450

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:T

•••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.022C

I •••

Accornpl, Type:

Actual Units

CI

e,

1

Proposed Underway

Actual Amount

E

taJ..

I •••

r .••

Accompl. Type:

Underway

Actual Amount

J..

>

1 •••

T.•.Proposed

Accornpl. Type:

Complete

Codes CDBG

450

Underway

Matrix Codes

I/)

chronic homelessness

Availability/Accessibility

22

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

IESG Program Administration IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Provides funding for overall ESG program administration including staffing, management, coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and planning activities. Project Name:

Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

205 Government St. Mobile, AL 36602

1

Select one:

Planning/Administration

1

•••

1

Explanation:

This program provides overall program management, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of ESG-funded programs and activities.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o o o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o -Q)

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

1 •••

1

2

1 •••

1

Affordability Sustainability

31

1 ••.

1

Availability/Accessibility

•••IIIr:::

I ••.

Accompl. Type:

Q)

> E .!!..s:: III '0= Q) Co '0' E

I ••.

Accompl. Type:

I

"- v 0 e,

v
I ••.

Accompl. Type:

Proposed

I ••.

Proposed Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I .••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I ••.

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed Outcome

21A General Program Administration

Accompl. Type:

Underway

Performance Measure

570.206

Actual Outcome

1 ••.

1

Matrix Codes

1 ••.

1

Matrix Codes

1 ••.

1

Matrix Codes

1••.

1

Matrix Codes

1 ••.

1

Matrix Codes

1 ••.

1

Ln

ESG

Q)

Fund Source:

I .••

Accompl. Type:

1••.

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt.

1

0 Accompl. Type:

I ••.

Fund Source:

I ••.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

I ••.

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.023E

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units

C'I

"e,

15,180

Actual Amount

E

IU "-

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

"IU

>

I ••.

I ••.

Proposed Units Actual Units

23

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: Service Center of Catholic Social Service

IHomeless Prevention Assistance IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support direct emergency payments of rent, mortgage, utilities, and security deposits for people at immediate risk of homelessness Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

555 Dauphin Street Mobile, AL 36602

EJ

I Homeless/HIV/AIDS

Select one: Explanation:

Eligible activities under Emergency Solutions Grants include street outreach, shelter operations, and homelessness prevention activities. The grantee will be responsible for providing the required match funds.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o

o o

11Improve

Categories

Affordability Sustainability

t:

III



Accompl. Type:

0::

Q.

Q.

o

u

31

1·1 60

Accompl. Type:

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Underway


Accompl. Type:

Complete

Proposed Outcome Increased and

housing

homeless

security

Patients Programs

Matrix Codes ESG

i..



10

CV

Fund Source:

E

10 i...

01 People

CI

0 i.. Q.

Accompl. Type:

CPD12.024E

Complete

Performance Measure Number of clients served

Matrix Codes

>

I· Proposed Underway Actual Outcome

prevention

03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS

LtI

I~ Proposed Underway Complete

I· Proposed Underway

Accompl. Type:

I· Proposed Underway Complete

Complete

'0' E0 i..

1·1 1·1

Complete

> E

~..c CV

income persons

21

I· Proposed Underway

01 People

CV CV I

the services for low/mod

Availability/Accessibility

.•..III

-

Specific Objectives

~

I· I·

Proposed Amt.

1·1 1·1 1.11

Matrix Codes Matrix Codes

25,000

Fund Source:

Actual Amount Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

Actual Amount Proposed Units

1·1 1·1 1·1

Matrix Codes

60

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

24

Proposed Amt. I· Actual Amount

I· I·

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units I· Actual Units

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: Dumas Wesley Community Center

[Svbil Smith Family Village IDIS Project #: UOGCode: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support the operations of Sybil Smith Family Village, a transitional housing facility for women with children, operated in partnership with Dumas Wesley Community Center

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

111 Mobile Street AL 36607

Mobile,

I Homeless/HIV

Select one:

I~

/ AIDS

Explanation:

Eligible activities under Emergency Solutions Grants include street outreach, shelter operations, and homelessness prevention activities. The grantee will be responsible for providing the required match funds.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r-

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome []

Specific Objectives

11Improve

Categories

the services for low/mod

1••• 1

income persons

Availability/Accessibility

o o

Affordability

2

Sustainability

3

.•..III

I .•.

01 People

C CI) CI)

> E ~.c I

III

I .••

Accompl. Type:

t::

CI) C.

'0' E I.. 0 C. u

u

I .•.

Accompl. Type:


Proposed Outcome Provision of shelter and transitional assistance 03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS

I Matrix

Proposed

I .•.

Fund Source:

01 People

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

Proposed

0 I.. C.

Accompl. Type:

Proposed

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I .••

Proposed

Underway

Underway

Complete

Complete

Performance Measure Number of clients served

Patients Programs

Proposed Amt.

Actual Outcome

1.•. 1 Matrix

Codes

1.•. 1.

1••• 11Matrix

Codes

1.•. 1

Matrix Codes

21,220

Fund Source:

~

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Fund Source:

I .•.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

20

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

Accompl. Type:

I .•.

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units Actual Units

CPD12.025E

I .•.

Underway

Actual Units

C'I

Proposed

Underway

Actual Amount

E It! I..

I .•.

I •••

Underway

Actual Amount

It! Q)

Accompl. Type:

Complete

I .•. II

I..

>

20

Complete

Codes

ESG

1••• 1

Underway

Matrix Codes I/)

1••• 1

Proposed Units Actual Units

25

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: Penelope House Family Violence Center

[Vlctims' Assistance Services Program IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support the operations of Penelope House, a shelter for women and their children who have escaped domestic violence situations

Project Name: Description:

Priority Need Category

Location:

P.O. Box 9127 AL 36691

Mobile,

I Homeless/HIV

Select one:

I~

/ AIDS

Explanation:

Eligible activities under Emergency Solutions Grants include street outreach, shelter operations, and homelessness prevention activities. The grantee will be responsible for providing the required match funds.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r-'

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

Affordability

2

Sustainability

3

I •••

01 People

-e

CU CU

> E

~..r: III

0= CU 0. '0' E I.. 0

C. u

u

I •••

Accompl. Type:

Proposed

600

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS

Underway

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Accompl. Type:

ESG

I •••

Fund Source:

I •••

01 People

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Patients Programs

I ••• II Matrix

1

Proposed Amt.

1

•••

1

11

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

1 •••

1

58,000

Codes Fund Source:

I •••

Fund Source:

I •••

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

600

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Accompl. Type:

~

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.026E

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

•••

Codes

Actual Units

C'l

0 C.

1

Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of clients served

Actual Amount

E

I..

1

Proposed Underway

Actual Amount

I'CI

1

Complete

I ••• II Matrix

I..

1 •••

Underway

Matrix Codes

I..

1 •••

I~ Proposed Underway

Complete

1 •••

I'CI

1

Complete

Proposed

Matrix Codes

CU

1 •••

Proposed

Complete

Proposed Outcome Provision of temporary shelter

>

I •••

Underway

Underway

«

11'I

income persons

Availability/Accessibility

.•..III

I

Improve the services for low/mod

26

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Project Name:

Grantee Name: Loaves and Fish Community Ministries

115 Place

IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support the operations of 15 Place which provides lunch, showers, laundry, hygiene kits, payee services, transportation, assistance with application for benefits, telephone, computer and mail access, and clothing for the homeless population in Mobile

Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

15 N. Joachim Street Mobile, AL 36602

I

I~

Homeless/HIV/AIDS

Select one: Explanation:

Eligible activities under Emergency Solutions Grants include street outreach, shelter operations, and homelessness prevention activities. The grantee will be responsible for providing the required match funds.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

11Improve

Categories

the services for low/mod

income persons

1

•••

1

1

•••

1

1 •••

1

Availability/Accessibility Affordability

2

Sustainability

3

III

••• -CI) s: CI) > E ~..s: I

Specific Objectives

III

I .•.

01 People

Proposed

800

Accompl. Type:

Underway

~

Complete

I •••

Accompl. Type:

Proposed Underway Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed

0:':

Underway

Underway

'0' E

Complete

Complete

CI) Q,

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D. U

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I .••

Accompl. Type:

Proposed

Accompl. Type: .

Underway

oCt

Proposed Underway

Complete

Proposed Outcome

I .••

Complete

Performance Measure

Actual Outcome

1•••

1

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

Matrix Codes

1•••

03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS

In

ESG

I •••

> E ItS

Fund Source:

40,000

Fund Source:

I •••

I •••

01 People

I •••

"-

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I •••

I •••

800

Proposed Amt.

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.027E

Proposed Amt.

Actual Amount

Actual Units Accompl. Type:

1

Actual Amount

Actual Amount

Cl 0 "D.

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

"-

ItS CI)

Patients Programs

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

27

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: McKemie Place

IMcKemie Place Operations IDIS Project #: UOGCode: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support the operations of an 'ernerqency overnight shelter for women without children, operated in partnership with United Methodist Inner City Mission

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

913 S. Broad Street Mobile, AL 36603

I~

I Homeless/HIV/AIDS

Select one: Explanation:

Eligible activities under Emergency Solutions Grants include street outreach, shelter operations, and homelessness prevention activities. The grantee will be responsible for providing the required match funds.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 r--'

Objective Category

o @ o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o -

Specific Objectives

Categories

1

1

•••

1

Sustainability

31

1

•••

1

.•..III

01 People

~

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III

I •••

Accompl. Type:

'0= CU c.. '0' E "- u 0 e, u

Accompl. Type:

~

c:(

Proposed Outcome Provision of temporary overnight shelter

Proposed

450

Accompl. Type:

Underway Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Underway Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Underway

1"'1

Proposed Amt.

1••• 1

Matrix Codes

1

Codes

1

•••

1

Matrix Codes

1

•••

1

28,000

Fund Source:

I •••

Actual Amount

01 People

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Proposed Units

Fund Source:

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

450

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units

CPD12.028E

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Units

0

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

E

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Actual Outcome

Performance Measure Number of clients served

•••

RI

Proposed Complete

1

"-CI

1

Complete

Matrix Codes

I .••

1•••

Underway

1 Matrix

Fund Source:

Proposed

Complete

•••

"RI

I •••

Underway

1

I •••

Proposed

Complete

Matrix Codes

ESG

I •••

Underway

03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AI!:?S Patients Programs

>

1

2

> E

CU

•••

Affordability

~..s:::

In

1

Availability/Accessibility

CU CU I

End chronic homelessness

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units

28

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: Housing First

[Continuum of Care Activities IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to support the operation of the Homeless Management Informatin System (HMIS), a part of the Continuum of Care activites which allows clients to be tracked and services coordinated between providers

Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City Wide

I Homeless/HIV

Select one:

EJ

/ AIDS

Explanation:

HMIS activities are now an eligible activity under the Emergency Solutions Grant program

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

Objective Category

@

o o

Decent Housing Suitable Living Environment Economic Opportunity

Outcome

o o o

Specific Objectives

11End

Categories

Availability/Accessibility

Sustainability

I •••

Accompl. Type:

QJ QJ

> E

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I

I •••

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tJ:: QJ Q. '0' E I., 0 C. u

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1••• 1

31

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1•••1

21

Affordability

~II!

I •••

Accompl. Type:

«

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

Complete

Complete

Proposed

Accompl. Type:

RI QJ

>

Underway Complete

E

RI I.,

Codes

1••• 1

Matrix Codes

1••• 1

Proposed Amt.

15,000

Codes Fund Source:

1"'1

I •••

Proposed Amt.

Fund Source:

I •••

I •••

Accompl. Type:

I •••

Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

Actual Units Proposed Units

Accompl. Type:

~

I •••

Proposed Units Actual Units Proposed Units Actual Units

Actual Units

CPD12.029E

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount Accompl. Type:

Proposed Amt. Actual Amount

Actual Amount

C'I

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Actual Outcome

Performance Measure

1••• 11Matrix

I •••

Proposed

Underway

Codes

Fund Source:

I •••

Complete

1"'1

I •••

Proposed Underway

Matrix Codes

ESG

I •••

Underway

1••• 1 Matrix

I.,

Proposed Underway

20 Planning 570.205

I Matrix

I •••

Underway

Proposed Outcome

L/')

1••• 1

chronic homelessness

29

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Project Name:

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

IHOME Program Administration

I

IAL 11542 MOBILE Provides funding for overall HOME program administration including staffing, management, coordination, monitoring, evaluation, and planning activities. Description:

IDIS Project #:

UOG Code:

Location:

Priority Need Category

205 Government St. Mobile, AL 36602

R

I Planning/Administration

Select one: Explanation:

This program provides overall program management, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of HOME-funded programs and activities.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

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o o o

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1••• 1

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I

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I •••

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30

CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

I HOME: Down Payment Assistance IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to provide down payment assistance to qualified low and moderate-income homebuyers. The program will be adrninstered by the City's Community Planning and Development Department. Project Name:

Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

I Owner

Select one:

EJ

Occupied Housing

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Funding to provide financial assistance to qualifying purchase a home.

Expected Completion Date:

4/30/2013 -

individuals to

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@

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I •••

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70

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~

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31

CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

I HOME:

Project Name:

Grantee

City of Mobile

Name:

Homeownership

Education

UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to provide homeownership education and financial counseling to low and moderateincome individuals and households who are interested in purchasing a home. The program will be evenutally be adminstered by a community partner.

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Location:

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City-Wide

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EJ

Occupied Housing

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to provide

homeownership

education

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-

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ra

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Project Name:

I HOME:

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

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City-Wide

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1 •••

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CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

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Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide 1

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1

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CPMP

CPMP Version 2 0

Grantee Name: City of Mobile

I HOME: CHDO Affordable Housing - Homeownership IDIS Project #: UOG Code: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to assist the development of affordable housing units for homeownership, to be developed by certified Community Housing Development Organizations (development partner TBD) Project Name: Description:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

I Owner

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EJ

Occupied Housing

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4/30/2013 -

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636,986

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I •••

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9

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CPMP

CPMP Version 2.0

City of Mobile

Grantee Name:

CHDO Operating Expenses IDIS Project #: UOGCode: IAL 11542 MOBILE I Funding to assist with the operating expenses of a certified Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) engaged in affordable housing development (development partner TBD)

Project Name:

I HOME:

Descri ption:

Location:

Priority Need Category

City-Wide

EJ

I Other

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CHDO eligible operating expenses which accompany eligible housing development activities

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4/30/2013

a CHDO's HOME

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@

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I •••

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.•..III -

Specific Objectives

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I •••

11

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CPMP

PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF MOBILE COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT (CPD) DEPARTMENT 2012 CDBG / HOME / ESG FUNDING APPLICATION CYCLE The City of Mobile's Community Planning and Development Department is preparing for its FY2012 application cycle and the first Public Hearing for its 2012 Housing and Community Development one-year Action Plan in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) formula programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Act (HOME), and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG). The purpose of these programs is to coordinate effective neighborhood and community development strategies. Specific goals seek to benefit low and moderate-income persons, prevent or eliminate blight, provide decent affordable housing, or meeting an urgent community development need. Potential projects include, but are not limited to the following: neighborhood revitalization, providing a public service, increasing the availability of affordable housing, homebuyer counseling, economic development initiatives, youth educational and recreational opportunities, and increasing access to quality public and private facilities. These programs must primarily benefit low and moderate-income persons and communities. An initial Public Hearing for the 2012 Housing and Community Development one-year Action Plan regarding the City's objectives and priorities for spending approximately $4.03 million of FY2012 funds will be held on Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm in the Multipurpose Room at Government Plaza. The Multipurpose Room is located on the ground floor of Government Plaza, which is located at 205 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602. Applications for the 2012 funding cycle will be distributed at the end of the Public Hearing. The application will also be available on the City of Mobile's website (www.cityofmobile.org). All interested citizens are encouraged to attend the hearing. Additionally, an Application Workshop will be held on Monday, October 31 S\ 2011 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm in the Multipurpose Room at Government Plaza. At this workshop, the application will be discussed in detail, and potential applicants will have the opportunity to ask specific questions about a proposed activity, the scoring and ranking process, and funding priorities. If you have any questions or require special accommodations, please contact Karen Hansberry at (251) 208-6290 or at [email protected] .

HUD Action Plan for 2012-2013

City of Mobile Appendix D

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2012-2013 ACTION PLAN

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