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02-13-1997PH Dst3e NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC HEARING LYNN MIDDLE SCHOOL - DISTRICT III NEED /CONCERNS 2/13/97 COUNCILOR VALENCIA AND MR. PAZ NEKBER -CDAC: There were 39 Persons in attendance. This year's CDBG allocations - ff Community Development Block Grants: $1,224.000 ff The HOME Program: $407,000 Funds are set aside as follows: 2001 CDBG Administration, 1096 Home Rehabilitation Administration, and 15% for Public Service. The needs and concerns of the public are as follows: Mr. Glen Grussaute, Director of Tresco - • Spoke on behalf of Tresco and asked consideration for funding for this activity from the 1997 grant. • Concerned about scarce resources for poor, disabled, homeless, children, etc... • Tresco's problem / City's problem Mr. Sam Barba - • Requested maintenance of sidewalks • Requested people to voice their concerns on diversion of CDBG funds Mr. Paul Borunda - • Requested funds for Home Rehabilitation • Inquired about the CDBG guidelines because poor people are unable to pay back loans for home rehabilitation • Requested funds for historic Districts 1 and 2 • Petition in assisting homeless veterans - Requested a counseling office at Community of Hope to assist veterans in processing claims Ms. K. Chaun Mitchell, Director of ARC Life Center - • Spoke on behalf of ARC Life Center and asked consideration for funding for this activity from the 1997 grant. Ms. Amy Mobly, La Casa Representative - • Spoke on behalf of La Casa and asked consideration for funding for this activity from the 1997 grant. • Concerned about the process to utilize CDBG funds for Economic Development Mr. Bill Strouse, Director of Community Action Agency - • Requested assistance with Welfare reform, childcare, jobs Mr. Roger Phillips - • Requested home rehabilitation assistance for mothers house which was being condemned at 1305 Wade, 382 -1225 Mr. Al Elder - • Sidewalks in District 3, Montana, Trivez and Water Street Mr. Paul Borunda - • Requested City staff provide him with total amount of CDBG funds used for home rehabilitation last year • Concerned about Home Rehabilitation and Community Development offices being understaffed for administration • Requested funds for flood control • Requested funds for streets and sidewalks Ms. Charlene Landardo - • Requested funds for public safety via police patrol, codes enforcement & crossing guards at Conlee Elementary Dr. John Corso - • Requested support for home rehabilitation • Concerned about Home Rehabilitation and Community Development offices being understaffed for administration • Requested more funds for District 1 and 3 • Concerned about expensive home rehabilitation • Requested CDBG funds to be used in Las Cruces • Expressed his concern of why the Community Development Advisory Committee were not asked to make their recommendations on Casto Travel Ms. Gloria Dunn - • Development of jobs for the community 2 f f The public was concerned about City staff utilizing reprogrammed Community Development Block Grant funds for the Casto Travel venture. Discussion was as follows: Mr. Bill Mattiace - • Opposed loan to Casto Travel for job creation • Opposed 3o interest on loan to Casto Travel with CDBG funds For the record, Mr. Bill Mattiace requested the public to stand up to express their opposition of Casto Travel Company utilizing CDBG funds to air in Channel 7 News. Ninety -nine percent of the public stood up in opposition. Mr. Bill McKennley - • Voiced his opposition of utilizing CDBG funds for Casto Travel • Requested funds be used for a survey of the people • Requested funds be utilized to help small business expand • Requested $700,000 be loan to the people of the City of Las Cruces Ms. Virginia Ward - • Requested funds be used to help the people of Las Cruces • Requested funds to clean up City Mr. Willdel T. - • Stated he was from District 5 and asked about rumors about Councilor Valencia • Quoted City Charter - Section #2, Page #35; regarding land, pledge, credit, private corporation, etc... • Had informed HUD office, congressional office and FBI to investigate how our Federal funds are being spent • Concerned about funds not being available for streets and sidewalks and Community of Hope Ms. Diana Valencia - • Disputed rumors and requested an apology • Concerned about expensive home rehabilitation • Requested copy of citizens input 3 I Mr. Jim Ericson - • Quoted City Charter - Article #9, Section 14 on HUD findings • Stated Casto Travel proposed 47 job at $15, 000 per person Ms. Rita Trivez - • Offered option of conventional loan to Casto Travel • Requested funds for child care Ms. Jill Montes - • Opposed the use of CDBG funds for Casto Travel and requested those funds be loaned to the citizens of Las Cruces Mr. William Craig - • Concerned about meeting being negative or positive Ms. Vernita Elder - • Stated City Council should listen to the people instead of trying to put these decisions down their throats Mr. Robert Collins - • Requested funds for streets and sidewalks on Locust and Montana Mr. Robert Gahammer - • Asked if Casto was invited to come or did Casto come on their own Mr. Elder - • Concerned about reallocation of CDBG funds for Casto Travel Venture and stated that if City Council approved this it would be an unethical act and City staff had a responsibility to the citizens of Las Cruces Mr. Sam Barba - • Stated Casto Travel was a risky business Ms. Francis Clark - • Requested Community Of Hope and streets and sidewalk projects not be delayed Mr. Ericson stated that the City Council would receive a full set of comments of all the Public Hearings. 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COUNCILMAN, DISTRICT 3 SUBJ.: ABSENCE FROM MEETING DATE: FEBRUARY 13, 1997 Please accept my sincere apologies because due to a conflict in my schedule, I will be out of town for this very important meeting regarding distribution of the $1.7 million in 1997/98 CDBG and HOME funds; along with discussion on the staff proposal for the re- allocation of $700,00 for Casto Travel. I encourage you to provide your input to the city staff members conducting this meeting. I can also be contacted at 526 -0322 if you would like to call with your input. I will be in the office on Friday, February 14, 1997 to take make additional clarification if needed. Please attend the meeting on February 20 at City Hall at 7:00 PM as all the districts come together for discussion. I will be available at the meeting to address your concerns. MITI c: Jesus Nava, City Manager Jim Ericson, DS Director PO DRAWER CLC LAS CRUCES. NEW MEXICO 88004 ;505! 526 -0000 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1. Vf Mr , U (Department of Housing and Urban De- Washington, D.C. 20410 -7000 OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT November 21, 1996 Honorable Ruben Smith 1 Mayor of Las Cruces Las Cruces, NM 88001 J Dear Mayor Smith: pment RECEIVED . ov 26 1196 CITY OF LAS CRUCES MAYOR'S OFFICE I am pleased to inform you that with the agreement on the Federal budget, we are now able to make available to your City $1,631,000 for affordable housing, homelessness, and community and economic development activities for Fiscal Year 1997. These funds, which you can receive through our new Consolidated Planning process, include resources under the following programs: Community Development Block Grants: $1,224,000 The HOME Program: $407,000 For HOPWA fund recipients, this year's appropriation contains language which may result in a 14.6% increase in your HOPWA allocation. Additional HOPWA funds could be released later this Fiscal Year. However, additional funding level is not guaranteed and this notification of a possible increase is provided for planning purpose only. We are entering our third year of the Consolidated Plan process. This milestone represents a more comprehensive and community -based approach to addressing urban problems. Successful implementation of this innovative process resulted from cooperation among HUD, citizens, and its state and local partners. For Fiscal Year 1997, we have initiated a grants management system within our Field Offices to systematically manage our $7 billion portfolio. It simplifies, combines, and streamlines existing internal procedures imbedded in a number of different CPD programs. 2 The focus of the system is to address problems with our partners at every step in the annual grants management cycle. It emphasizes collection and dissemination of information on the "best practices" of our grantees that should serve as a basis for peer support, technical assistance, and program improvement. We look forward to working with you on the "best practices" that you develop with these funds in your local communities. Sinc ly yours, Andrew Cuomo Assistant Secretary .77-�> -;� Neighborhood Meeting - February 13, 1997, Lynn Middle School 7/ eecey NAME ADDRESS O'1/ (jT ' it e-w Al" G'oi.►•,� 3L i ArZZ ►,,1 (o fee AAA 4'et of / O!5- STULL OoelV 9-9 GZ 'L lii`Lcr i /1 %Q / CL,r�.✓ i i 7/4 /rZ kC 7/ eecey Neighborhood Meeting - February 13, 1997, Lynn Middle School NAME ADDRESS CLC I-A E'6t c_ o A C- - NLe- WLk)- macs, . Y �����. R [,in, 3P1 City of Lni Cruc�� CASTO TRAVEL Questions & Answers ■ What is being proposed? City Staff has proposed that Casto Travel be offered a $700,000.00 loan utilizing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) at 3 % interest over a term of 15 years. ■ Why? Casto Travel is a company which is looking to establish a Reservations Call Center in Las Cruces. As a part of this, they will bring at least 47 new jobs to the community. ■ Why use CDBG funds? The CDBG funds are the only source of funding the City has available for this type of economic development activity. ■ Is this permitted under Federal Regulations? Yes. Economic Development activities, including loans to businesses, have are authorized under Federal Regulations (24 CFR 570.203) as part of the CDBG program, provided that there is a direct benefit to low- and moderate - income people. ■ What is the benefit? The company will have to provide at least 51 % of these jobs to people in the community who meet Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) guidelines for low and moderate income. It is possible that as part of the negotiations with the Company, the City may require a higher percentage. 1 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYEER P.O. Box 20000 LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO 80004 Phone 505/526 -0000 ■ What is a Reservations Call Center? The Casto proposal is for an office which will house reservation clerks who will conduct all of their business by telephone. The project is designed where Casto's existing corporate clients (Intel is an example of one their clients) can call this center on a 1 -800 telephone number and make whatever travel related arrangements that they wish to. ■ Won't this compete with local travel agencies? No. As a part of the contractual arrangement proposed to be implemented between the City and Casto Travel, Casto Travel is prohibited from having a front counter, walk -in traffic, or issuing tickets from the Las Cruces location. They're limited only to servicing their 1 -800 calls. ■ Won't people in -state utilize the 1 -800 telephone number to call in and book travel? That does not seem likely in as much as the 1 -800 telephone number is designed for Casto's existing corporate clients. ■ There is some discussion on gross - receipts tax breaks. What is this issue? In 1992, the New Mexico Legislature passed a bill which was signed by the Governor changing the state's gross receipts tax structure. This change provided an exemption for 1 -800 calls coming into New Mexico that originated outside of New Mexico. The intent of this Legislation was to facilitate and encourage the development of call centers in New Mexico as a method for job creation and economic development. Since the passage of this Legislation, the City of Albuquerque has created in excess of 7,000 jobs with these type of call- centers. ■ Where is the CDBG money from? The proposal is to reprogram several existing projects to obtain the $700,000.00 in the next 30 -60 days. 2 0 ■ Won't this impact these projects? No. The street projects will be funded from other city funds designated for streets and drainage improvements. The Downtown project will be funded from other city general funds. The Community of Hope Project will receive an allocation from the 1997 CDBG funds. ■ Won't this delay the Community of Hope Project? No. The bidding on the project when the Community of Hope is ready to go to construction will be structured so that the project can be bid and the additional $200,000.00 can be added into the funds when those funds are needed. The length of the construction project is 6 -8 months, plus at least 60 -90 days to actually bid the project, award the bid, and begin construction. Therefore, the 1997 CDBG funds will be available during the construction of the Community of Hope Project. ■ How can the City be certain that Casto Travel will comply with all the provisions of the contract including the requirements not to compete with local travel agencies and the hiring of low -and moderate - income people. As with all CDBG - funded projects, the City has the right to review all appropriate documentation and records the Company keeps on its business operations related to the requirements of the CDBG program contract entered into between the City and that organization. Whether it is Casto Travel or a local, non - profit organization, if the organization is not in compliance with the requirements of the CDBG program and any contractual agreement, the City has the right to take specific action. ■ What action could the City take? Under the contract, the City could declare Casto Travel in default of the loan and demand re- payment of the entire outstanding loan, plus interest, immediately. ■ If this is a loan, how is it being guaranteed? The City will have a mortgage on the property and equipment owned by Casto which is purchased as a part of this project. The combination of the value of the building and equipment will more than cover the total amount of the loan. 3 PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: l CX ' Renters Owners PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers M Neighborhood Facilities L Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities L Parking Facilities Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements A Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements` Sewer Improvements Asbestos Removal L Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services Substance Abuse Services Employment Training Crime Awareness Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services Health Services Other Public Service Needs ill 0 )OOLIag i ti -L.� ' , ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation (\(� Comme rcia kind ustrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business Other Businesses Technical Assistance Other Economic Development Needs OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements M Lead Based Paint/Hazards Code Enforcement PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Renters Owners PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing ( PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers 2 Neighborhood Facilities Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities Parking Facilities Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements Sewer Improvements Asbestos Removal Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services Substance Abuse Services Employment Training f Crime Awareness Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services Health Services Other Public Service Needs ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation Commercial-Industrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business 2 Other Businesses Technical Assistance Other Economic Development Needs OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements Lead Based Paint/Hazards Code Enforcement PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Renters Owners PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers Neighborhood Facilities Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities Parking Facilities A/ Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTUREIMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements Sewer Improvements Asbestos Removal Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services Substance Abuse Services (—{ Employment Training Crime Awareness Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services Health Services Other Public Service Needs ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Al Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation Commercial-industrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business Other Businesses Technical Assistance Other Economic Development Needs OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements Lead Based Paint/Hazards Code Eatgi=mant PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: (} '¢ /L�i C'A' Renters Owners L �l irr % LESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing %{f H PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers Neighborhood Facilities Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities Parking Facilities Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements Sewer Improvements L Asbestos Removal Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs L PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services Substance Abuse Services Employment Training Crime Awareness v/Wi? < Z_0 L Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services AT 6 v1VO Health Services Other Public Service Needs ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs L ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation Commercial-industrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business Other Businesses Technical Assistance _ Other Economic Development Needs ,p 'irL OTHER CO OPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements rzW %—� Lead Based Paint/Hazards Code Enforcement PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participabon in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. 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We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. 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We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Renters Owners PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing 4 PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers C-, Neighborhood Facilities Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities Parking Facilities Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements Sewer Improvements Asbestos Removal Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services Substance Abuse Services Employment Training Crime Awareness Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services 14 1 Health Services Other Public Service Needs ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation Commercial-Industrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business Other Businesses Technical Assistance Other Economic Development Needs OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements Lead Based Paint/Hazards PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. 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We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. In the Priority Need Level Column indicate: H = High Need M = Medium Need L = Low Need N = No Such Need ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Renters Owners PRIORITY HOMELESS NEEDS Outreach, Shelters and Housing PUBLIC FACILITY NEEDS Senior Centers Youth Centers H Neighborhood Facilities (_ Child Care Centers Parks and /or Recreation Facilities Health Facilities Parking Facilities Al Other Public Facilities INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT Solid Waste Disposal Improvements Flood Drain Improvements Water Improvements Street Improvements Sidewalk Improvements Sewer Improvements Asbestos Removal Other Infrastructure Improvement Needs PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS Senior Services Handicapped Services Youth Services Transportation Services ,All Substance Abuse Services Employment Training Crime Awareness Fair Housing Counseling Tenant/Landlord Counseling Child Care Services Health Services Other Public Service Needs ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS Accessibility Needs HISTORIC PRESERVATION NEEDS Residential Historic Preservation Needs Non - Residential Historic Preservation Needs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Commercial - Industrial Rehabilitation Commercial-industrial Infrastructure Other Commercial - Industrial Improvements Micro - Business Other Businesses Technical Assistance Other Economic Development Needs OTHER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Energy Efficiency Improvements Lead Based Paint/Hazards ? Code Enforcement PRIORITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS Priority Need Level High, Medium, Low, No Such Need QUESTIONNAIRE HOUSING NEEDS CITIZEN INPUT The Block Grant Funding process attempts to focus on and address priorities as identified by the Community. We encourage your participation in the process by voicing your opinion. Please take a few minutes and let us know your opinion about how Block Grants Funds should be used in the future. 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