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03-30-1998 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES MESILLA PARK RECREATION CENTER MARCH 30, 1998 NEE ERS PRESENT MEMBERS ABSENT STAFF PRESENT Mr. Alfred Rucks-Chairman None Don Fahrenkrog Ms. Shirley Daniels-Vice Chair Mary Wilson Gallegos Mr. Ralph J. Gutierrez-Secretary Dr. C. Quentin Ford Ms. Sinclair Hunt Mr. Gabriel Paz VISITORS: There were several members of the public present. I. CALL TO ORDER Mr Rucks, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. A quorum was present allowing for conduct of official business. H. ROLL CALL Mr. Rucks asked the roll be called to show for the records the members present. Mr. Paz: here, Mr. Ford: here, Mr. Rucks: here, Ms. Hunt: here, Ms. Daniels: here, and Mr. Gutierrez: here. III. APPROVAL OF AGENDA Mr. Rucks asked that the agenda for tonights meeting be reviewed at this time. The agenda was approved as presented. IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Mr. Rucks asked that the minutes of March 5, 1998, be reviewed at this time. The Committee unanimously voted to approve the minutes with a minor correction. For the record, Mr. Rucks stated that voice votes are supported by all members. V. OLD BUSINESS 1. Status of CDBG Projects Since 1995 The Committee reviewed the status of CDBG Projects from the Integrated Disbursement and Information System Report (IDIS) since 1995, and a short discussion followed. 2. Report on Guidance For Use of This Year's Entitlement Funds There was a short discussion on guidance for the use of this year's entitlement funds. VI. NEW BUSINESS Mr. Gutierrez motioned that no additions to the proposals be presented after the date that was designated as the deadline. Ms. Hunt seconded the motion. The vote for the record was: Mr. Paz: nay, Dr. Ford: aye; Mr. Rucks: aye; Ms. Hunt: aye, Ms. Daniels: aye; and Mr. Gutierrez: aye. The motion carried. a. Questions For Applicants Questions were asked of the following applicants: 1 . Las Cruces Public Schools 2 . Center For Independent Living 3 . Community Action Agency 4 . The Arc Of LC Life Center 5 . Big Brothers/Big Sisters 6 . Casa Arriba 7 . Housing Authority of CLC 8 . Jardin De Los Ninos 9 . Families and Youth, Inc. 10 . MV - Habitat For Humanity 11 . Court Youth Center 12 . Booker T. Washington Elementary 13 . Tierra Del Sol 14 . NMSU - Dept . Of Black Programs 15 . CLC - Senior Programs There were 17 applications from 15 applicants. VII. ADJOURNMENT The Community Development Advisory C tree M g was adjourned at 8:40 p.m. 6 Mr. ucks, Chairman J.#ti�rirez, Secretary 2 1998 - BLOCK GRANT FUNDING REQUESTS The following is a list of projects requested by Council as a whole (Affordable Housing), Individual Council members or staff. The list does not include ongoing program funding for City administration and rehabilitation. PUBLIC SERVICE: Funded at Maximum level $179,100 AFFORDABLE HOUSING INITIATIVE: Does not include Administrative costs. $350,000 STREET RECONSTRUCTION: Mesquite Street from Las Cruces Ave - Lohman $225,000 Mesa Grande (engineering recommendation) $118,000/$240,000 SIDEWALKS: Campo/Wyatt from Amador to El Paseo $ 52,540 Chestnut from Mesquite to Solano (partially funded in 1995) $ 95,000 PARK IMPROVEMENTS: Klein Park $200,000 Villa Encantada (not in eligible area) $ 60,000 Benavides Recreation Center Play Ground (not in eligible area) $80,000/$100,000 UTILITIES: Sewer line hookup, Mesa Development hookup fees $ 37,500 t CITY OF LAS CRUCES BLOCK GRANT RFP REVIEW CRITERIA For Public Service Program Consideration Name of Agency: FIELD(Applicant) Project: #FIELD(Number). FIELD(Title) Activity: F(ELQ(Activity) Amount Requested: Full Amount: Full$ Alternate Amount: Alternate$ CRITERIA MAX REVIEW SCORE SCORE 1. CAPACITY; Capacity, capability and past record of 10 pts organization, including quality of work and ability to meet schedules and reporting requirements. 2. NEED; Relate this response to the Priority Needs as 25 pts identified in the current or proposed Consolidated Plan. 3. LOW/MOD INCOME FOCUS; Ability to reach goal of 25 pts serving low and moderate income individuals. Describe what objective will be met (L/M area benefit, limited clientele, etc.) And describe specifically how and what records will be maintained to verify eligibility. 4. LEVERAGING AND COORDINATION; Leveraging and/or 15 pts coordination with other community based programs. 5. NEIGHBORHOOD FOCUS; Relate how the proposed 10 pts program assists distressed neighborhoods in our community. 6. COST EFFECTIVENESS; Based on the cost of a unit of 15 pts service, relate the cost effectiveness of your proposed program approach. TOTAL 100 pts Name Date CITY OF LAS CRUCES BLOCK GRANT RFP REVIEW CRITERIA For Non-Public Service Programs and Projects Name of Agency: FIELD(Applicant) Project: #FIEMNumber►. FIELD(Title) Activity: FIE (Activity) Amount Requested: Full Amount: Full$ Alternate Amount: Et (Alternate$} 1 . Description of Proposed Project ► Action Plan (part 10 of narrative) 10 pts ► Timetable (part 10,b of narrative and form D) 5 pts ► Priority from plan or meetings (part 1,c of 10 pts narrative) ► Community need (part 1,b,d of narrative) 10 pts 2. Number of low income persons to benefit (part 2 of 5 pts narrative, form B & D) 3. Other funding sources explored? (part 7 of narrative) 5 pts 4. Prior year funding (Staff Regulatory Compliance Review) 5 pts 5. Funding in future years (part 8 or 9 of narrative) 10 pts 6. Alternative plans for partial funding (part 9 of narrative) 5 pts 7. Organizational Capability (part 11 of narrative) 10 pts 8. Organizational Collaboration ► Other agencies (last paragraph of part 10,b of 5 pts narrative) ► Consumer participation (part 12 of narrative) 5 pts 9. Budget, cost effectiveness (form C, C-1 and D) 15 pts Name Date Public Services Available $179,100 AVAILABLE FUNDS Remaining $0 CDBG $1,194,000 ORGANIZATION HOME $435,000 The Arc of Las Cruces $18,600 $18,600 'Program Income $200,000 Casa Arriba $23,879 $42,479 'Previous Allocation $60,344 Senior Programs/East Side $19,572 $62,051 , Court Youth Center $83,247 $145,298 Big Brothers/Big Sisters $33,802 $179,100 Remaining $1,404 $179,100 $179,100 $179,100 'Includes$50,000 from last year $179,100 *Includes $179,100 Admin $50,000 $179,100 1994 Parking Lot $8,802 $179,100 1995 Are Life $750 $179,100 1995 Youth Leaderst $792 $179,100 TOTAL $60,344 $179,100 TOTAL $179,100 31-Mar-98 11:18:09 PM Public Facilities&Other Available $1,006,344 Remaining $1,404 ORGANIZATION $0 Campo/Wyatt,Amador/EI Paseo $52,540 $52,540 Chestnut, Mesquite/Solano $95,000 $147,540 $147,540 E.Mesa Sewer Hookup $37,500 $185,040 Center for Independent Living $20,000 $205,040 CAA Weatherization $89,000 $294,040 Jardin de los Ninos $350,000 $644,040 Skylarlr/Genesis $360,900 $1,004,940 $1,004,940 TOTAL Home Eligible Activities Minimum $391,500 ORGANIZATION WHO Funds $85,250 $65,250 MFA 2nd mortage $65,250 $55,250 Affordable Housing property $323,500 $388.750 Habitat for Humanity $32,850 $421,600 $421,800 U21,800 TOTAL Administration Available $285,500 Remaining $3,200 ORGANIZATION City Administration $282,300 $282,300 (woiority Needs Summary Tabl Priority Need Level ESTIMATED ESTIMATED PRIORITY HOUSING NEEDS High.Medium.Low.No Such Need UNITS DOLLARS NEEDED TO ADDRESS (households) 0-30% 31-50% 51-80% Cost Burden>30% L L ': L 100 2,500,000 Cost Burden>50% L L L 100 2,500,000 Small Physical Defects L L L 20 500,000 overcrowded L L L 100 2,500,000 Cost Burden>30% M M L 20 500,000 Cost Burden>50% M M I L 30 750,000 Renter Large Physical DefectsL I 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 20 500,000 Physical Defects L L L overcrowded N N N 0 0 Cost Burden>30% H M M 20 800,000 Cost Burden>50% H M M 20 800,000 OwnerM 5 200,000 Physical Defects H M Overcrowded H M M 20 800,000 Priority Need Level ESTIMATED PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDSDOLLARS NEEDED High, Medium, Low, No such need TO ADDRESS Fan,H„ r,dwminls pas"W Special Needs 180,000 Outreach Assessment L L Fambas IndNlduals W Special Needs 2 0 Emergency Shelters Families r n ua s Perwns W Special Needs 1,000,000 Transitional Shatters L M M Families Individuals Pawns W Special Needs 500,000 Permanent Supportive Housing L L M Families Inamduals Persons wW Special Needs 500,000 Permanent Housing L L L