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03-31-1998 L� j COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING CITY OFFICE CENTER MARCH 31, 1998 MEMBERS PRESENT MEMBERS ABSENT STAFF PRESENT Mr. Alfred Rucks-Chairman None Mr. Don Fahrenkrog Ms. Shirley Daniels-Vice Chair Ms. Judy Messal Mr. Ralph J. Gutierrez-Secretary Ms. Mary Wilson Gallegos Dr. C. Quentin Ford Ms. Sinclair Hunt Mr. Gabriel Paz VISITORS: Mr. Jesus Nava, Mr. Jim Ericson, Mr. Robert Garza, Mr. Bill Strouse, Ms. Julia Mc Clendon, Mrs. Margaret Ryan, Mr. Marcel Lopez and George. I. CALL TO ORDER Mr Rucks. Chairman, called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. A quorum was present allowing for conduct of official business. II. ROLL CALL Mr. Rucks, Chairman, asked the roll to be called to show for the records the members present. Ms. Hunt: here, Mr. Rucks: here, Mr. Paz: here, Dr. Ford: here, Mr. Gutierrez: here, and Ms. Daniels: here. III. APPROVAL OF AGENDA Mr. Rucks asked that the agenda for tonights meeting be reviewed at this time. Dr. Ford motioned to approve the agenda as presented. Ms. Daniels seconded the motion. The Committee unanimously voted upon the motion. IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Mr. Rucks asked that the minutes of March 30, 1998, meeting be reviewed at this time. Ms. Hunt motioned to approve the minutes with a minor addition. Dr. Ford seconded the motion. The Committee unanimously voted upon motion. V. OLD BUSINESS None VI. NEW BUSINESS a. Ranking of Applicants Recommendations were made for categories of activities to be included in the City's 1998 Consolidated Plan. A general discussion followed for the activities of Public Services, Administration, Home Eligible Activities, and Public Facilities which included streets and sidewalks. The following recommendations were made for the consideration of allocation of 1998 CDBG funds: Ms. Hunt made a motion to put aside 15%, of the CDBG funds, total of $1,194,000 which is $179,100 maximum for public services (see attachment#1). Dr. Ford seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, Mr. Gutierrez: aye, and Ms. Daniels: aye. All in favor, the motion carried. Dr. Ford moved to recommend funding for administration area at the full amount of$282,300. Mr. Rucks seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, Mr. Gutierrez: aye, and Ms. Daniels: aye. All in favor, the motion carried. Dr. Ford moved to establish the minimum of$391,500 for housing. Ms. Daniels seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, Mr. Gutierrez: aye, and Ms. Daniels: aye. All in favor, the motion carried. The next item was the consideration of recommendation for activities to be funded and included in the City's 1998 Consolidated Plan. A general discussion followed regarding the procedure to follow for ranking and prioritizing proposals. Dr. Ford moved to accept the priorities (see attachment#2) as established with the necessary modifications to the Consolidated Plan to justify the recommendations. Ms. Hunt seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, Mr. Gutierrez: aye, and Ms Daniels: aye. All in favor, the motion carried. For the record, Mr. Gutierrez had to leave. It was the Committees recommendation to divide the remaining CDBG funds into the last three categories with $500,000.00 for housing, $500,000.00 for streets and sidewalks, and $397,000.00 for public facilities. 2 r t Ms. Hunt motioned to give Community of Hope the alternate request of$350,000 and place the remaining $47,000 back into the streets and sidewalks category. Dr. Ford seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: nay, Mr. Paz: abstained, Dr. Ford: aye, and Ms Daniels: aye. It was a three to one vote with Mr. Gutierrez absent. The motion carried. Dr. Ford motioned the Committee to recommend to City Council the disbursement of funds and projects as considered in the computer printout (see attachment#1). Ms. Daniels seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, and Ms Daniels: aye. All in favor, the motion carried. Mr. Gutierrez was absent. All in favor, the motion carried. b. Priority Needs Amendment The next item up for discussion was the priority needs amendment. A general discussion followed. Ms. Hunt motioned to change the priority needs to list the emergency shelters for families and individual as a low priority. Dr. Ford seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, and Ms Daniels: aye. Mr. Gutierrez was absent. All in favor, the motion carried Ms. Hunt motioned to change figure of estimated dollars needed to address emergency shelters from $2,500,000.00 to $500,000.00. Ms. Daniels seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Ms. Hunt: aye, Mr. Rucks: aye, Mr. Paz: aye, Dr. Ford: aye, and Ms Daniels: aye. Mr. Gutierrez was absent. All in favor, the motion carried. VII. ADJOURNMENT The Community Development Advisory Co eetftA was adjourned at 11:25 p.m. r M . Ruc iKChairman Ral J. Gu ' ez, Secretary 3 ATTACHMENT #1 Public Services Available $179,100 AVAILABLE FUNDS Remaining so CDBG 111,1",000 ORGANIZATION HOME 11435.000 The Arc of Las Cakes 318,800 318,000 'Program Income =00.000 Can Anibe 323.879 $42.479 'Previous Allocation X00 Senior ProgramslEad Side $19,572 382,051 TOTAL 61.111111111. Court Youth Center $83,247 $145.298 f5ig BrollmWI p Sisters $33,802 $179,100 RUN1111619 $1.404 3179,100 $179.100 $179.100 'ktchalea$50.0001rom tat Fear $179,100 'krr/udas $179.100 Admin $00.000 $179.100 1004 Patkklg Lot i0. $179.100 1$06 Ata We $750 $179.100 1066 Youth Leta wd $792 $179.100 TOTAL $60.344 $179100 TOTAL 4171,1W 314Asr-98 11:18:09 PM Public FwJIIdw i Other Available $1,000,344 Renaklkp $1.404 ORGANIZATION Campo#W"t.AffwW Ei Paso $52.540 $52.540 Chestnut.MesquitefSolano $95,000 $147,540 $147,540 E.Meq Sewer Hookup $37.500 $185.040 Center for krdepardent Lhring $20,000 $205.040 CAA Weatlrerhallon $89.000 $294.040 din Jande los Nktos 11350,000 $844.040 Skylarlt0enesis $380,900 $1.004.940 $1,004,940. TOTAL fl,uKsff Home Eligible Activities Minimum $391,500 ORGANIZATION WHO Funds $85,250 $05050 MFA 2nd nwrtage $85.250 $65.250 Affordable Housing property $323.500 $388,750 Habitat for Humanity 1132.850 $421,600 $421.000 5421000 TOTAL W1,51W Administration Available $285,500 Remaining $3,200 ORGANIZATION City Administration $282,300 3282.300 'r iority Needs Summary Tab ATTACHMENT #2 Priority Need Level ESTIMATED ESTIMATED PRIORITY HOUSING NEEDS High, Medium, Low, No Such Need UNITS DOLLARS NEEDED (households) TO ADDRESS 0-30% E 31-50% 51-80% Cost Burden >30% L L i L 100 2,500,000 Cost Burden >50% L L L 100 2,500,000 Small Physical Detects L L =• L 20 500,000 Overcrowded L I L ' L 100 2,500,000 Cost Burden >30% M ' M L 20 500,000 Cost Burden >50% M I M L 30 750,000 Renter large Physical Defects L L L 5 125,000 Overcrowded M ': M ! M 20 500,000 Cost Burden >30% L = L L 50 1,250,000 Cost Burden >50% L L L 50 1,250,000 Elderly Physical Defects L L I L 20 500,000 Overcrowded N N € N 0 0 Cost Burden >30% H M ' M 20 800,000 Cost Burden >50% H M M 20 800,000 Owner Physical Defects H M M 5 200,000 Overcrowded H M € M 20 800,000 Priority Need Level ESTIMATED PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS High, Medium, Low, No such need DOLLARS NEEDED TO ADDRESS Outreach Assessment Families Individuals Persons W Special Needs 180,000 L L L Emergency Shakers Families Individuals Persons W Special Needs 500,000 L L M Transitional Shakers Families Individuals Persons W Special Needs 1,000,000 L M M Permanent Supportive Housing Families Individuals Persons W Special Needs 500,000 L L M Permanent Housing Families LindividualsSpec al Persons W Speal Needs 5500 000 L L - ATTACHMENT #2 PRIORITY COMNL DEVELOPMENT Prio ' Need Level ESTIMATED High. Medium Low, No Such Need DOLLARS NEEDED TO ADDRESS PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers L Youth Centers H 200,000 Neighborhood Facilities L 375,000 Child Care Centers M Parks and/or Recreation Facdits H 6,190,000 Health Facilities M Parking Facilities L Other Public Facilities N 0 INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements N 0 Flood Drain Improvements H 3,250,000 Water Improvements N 0 Street Improvements H 9,439,000 Sidewalk Improvements H 5,534,000 Sewer Improvements H 500,000 Asbestos Removal N 0 Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs N 0 PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Service L 50,000 Handicapped Services M 50,000 Youth Services M 250,000 Transportation Services H 250,000 Substance Abuse Services L 250,000 Employment Training M 250,000 Crime Awareness M 50,000 Fair Housing Counseling N 0 Tenant/Landlord Counseling N 0 Child Care Services L 0 Health Services N 0 Other Public Service Needs N 0 ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs H 20,000 HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs L 60,000 Non-Residential Historic Preservation Needs L 100,000 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial-Industrial Rehabilitation N 0 Commercial-Industrial Infrastructure N 0 Other Commercial-Industrial Improvements N 0 Micro-Business N 0 Other Businesses N 0 Technical Assistance L Other Economic Development Needs N 0 OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements N 0 Lead Based Paint/Hazards N 0 Code Enforcement L PLANNING