Third Program Year Action Plan PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF MOBILE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO FY 2010-2011 ACTION PLAN The City of Mobile intends to amend its FY 2010 Action Plan to reallocate $1,851,146.89 in Community Development Block Grant funding for the following proposed projects: Resurfacing of the following Mobile City streets: Curve  (DI  Parkway  to  Via  Immaculata)   Bishop  Wilmer  Dr  (Hurtel  to  Via  Immaculata)   Bond  St  (Cotton  St  to  North  End)   Bordeaux  St  (Belle  Cour  Dr  N  to  Belle  Cour  Dr  S)   Burden  St  (Cotton  St  to  North  End)   Burgess  St  (Pollard  Ln-­‐  End  of  Maintenance)   Canal  Dr  (Northwest  Dr  to  Fennel  St)   Dauphin  Island  Pkwy  Serv  Rd  (Bartran  Curve  to  Via  Immaculata)   Dauphin  Island  Pkwy  Serv  Rd  (Belle  Cour  Dr  N  to  Maryvale  St  N)   DeSoto  Dr  N  &  S  (Bishop  Wilmer  to  St.  Monica)   Dr  E.B.  Goode  Dr  (Dr  M.L.  King  Jr  Ave  to  Hercules  St)   Evangeline  St  (Belle  Cour  Dr  N  to  Maryvale  St  N)   Fairway  Dr  (Halls  Mill  Rd  to  McRae  Ave)   Farnell  Ln  (Cottage  Hill  Rd  to  Pleasant  Valley)   Fennel  St  (Northwest  Dr  to  Canal  Dr)   Fisher  St  (Cotton  St  to  Northwest  Dr)   Godwin  Ln  (Overlook  Rd  -­‐  Grace  St)   Good  Pay  St  (Pecan  St  to  Persimmon  St)   Gorwood  Ave  (Overlook  Rd  -­‐  Grace  St)   Grace  St  (Withers  Ave  -­‐  Godwin  Ln)   Hercules  St  (Peach  St  to  Monday  St)   City of Mobile

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Hickory  St  (Dr  M.L.  King  Jr  Ave  to  Chinquapin  St)   Lake  St  (Godwin  Ln  -­‐  Reed  Rd)   Lake  St  (Gorwood  Ave  -­‐  West  End)   Maple  St  (Dr  M.L.  King  Jr  Ave  to  Chinquapin  St)   Nice  Ave  (Evangeline  St  to  Bordeaux  St)   Noble  Dr  E  (Noble  Dr  N  -­‐  Noble  Ln)   Noble  Dr  N  (Halls  Mill  Rd-­‐  Noble  Dr  E)   Noble  Dr  S  (Noble  Dr  E  -­‐  Noble  Dr  W)   Noble  Dr  W  (Noble  Dr  S  -­‐  Noble  Dr  N)   Noble  Ln  (Noble  Dr  E  -­‐  East  &  West  End)   Oliver  St  (Pollard  Ln-­‐Halls  Mill  Rd)   Palm  St  (Cotton  St  to  Fennel  St)   Pecan  St  (Peach  St  to  Monday  St)   Persimmon  St  (Peach  St  to  Monday  St)   Plum  St  (Dr  M.L.  King  Jr  Ave  to  Chinquapin  St)   Prairie  Avenue  (Hurtel  to  South  End)   Rachel  Dr  (Overlook  Rd  -­‐  Howells  Ferry  Rd)   Rice  St  (Cotton  St  to  North  End)   Shell  St  (Northwest  Dr  to  Burden  St)   St.  Madar  St.  (Peach  St  to  Monday  St)   St.  Monica  Dr  (DI  Parkway  to  DeSoto  Dr  S)   Via  Immaculata  (DI  Parkway  to  Desoto  Dr  S)   Village  Green  Dr  (Azalea  Rd  to  Village  Green  Dr  W)   Village  Green  Dr  E  (Village  Green  Dr  W  to  North  End)   Village  Green  Dr  W  (Azalea  Rd  Service  Rd  -­‐  Village  Green  Dr  E)  

Improvements to the following public facilities: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)DA compliance for City wading and swimming pools, improvements to the former Woodcock Elementary School for a community center; park improvements at Jeremiah Denton Park, Rickarby Park, Joe Bailey Park, Theodore Park, Save Avenue Park, Baumhauer Park, Hillsdale Park, and Kidd Park; and rehabilitation of blighted historic facades owned by the Mobile Historic Development Commission. Copies of the Proposed Amendment are available for public review and comment at the City of Mobile Community Planning and Development Department, 5th Floor, South Tower, 205 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602. City of Mobile

HUD Action Plan for 2011-2012 Appendix B

Citizens are urged to review and comment on the Amendment. The comment period runs from May 12, 2011 to June 13, 2011. All comments, whether written or verbal, will be documented and a response will be provided. Written 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 251-208-7590. Email comments should be sent to [email protected] The Draft Amendment may also be viewed on the City of Mobile’s website: www.cityofmobile.org. The Mobile City Council will conduct a public hearing to discuss adoption of the Proposed Amendment to the 2010-2011 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 Tuesday, June 21, 2011 starting at 10:30 a.m. The full City Council will be present to consider citizen comments prior to adoption of the Proposed Amendment to the FY 2010-11 Action Plan. Persons with hearing or speech impairments should notify the City for accommodation. Contact person: Florence Kessler, Chief Assistant City Attorney, 9th Floor, South Tower, 205 Government Plaza, Mobile, AL 36602 (251) 207-7416.

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HUD Action Plan for 2011-2012 Appendix B

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