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  1. Housing • ALBANY, NY • October 5, 2010

  2. NY HOUSING HOME Investment Partnerships Since 1992 http://www.hud.gov/offices/cpd/affordablehousing/reports/dash.cfm?st=ny

  3. New York State’s Housing Dept • Since 1992, received $579,341,457 • As of 6/30/10, 10% uncommitted. • 23,600 units of which • 29% Homebuyer assistance • 22% Rental • 29% Homeowner Rehabilitation • Only 389 households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  4. ALBANY • Since 1992, received $19,813,143 • As of 6/30/10, 3% uncommitted. • 1,470 units of which • 49% Homebuyer assistance • 29% Rental • 22% Homeowner Rehabilitation • Only 64 households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  5. ROCHESTER • Since 1992, received $59,206,260 • As of 6/30/10, 7% uncommitted. • 3,895 units of which • 49% Homebuyer assistance • 21% Rental • 30% Homeowner Rehabilitation • No households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  6. SYRACUSE • Since 1992, received $35,786,159 • As of 6/30/10, 5% uncommitted. • 23,600 units of which • 54% Homebuyer assistance • 36% Rental • 10% Homeowner Rehabilitation • No households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  7. ONONDAGA COUNTY CONSORTIUM • Since 1992, received $14,148,476 • As of 6/30/10, 4% uncommitted. • 1,218 units of which • 8% Homebuyer assistance • 15% Rental • 77% Homeowner Rehabilitation • No households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  8. BUFFALO • Since 1992, received $91,588,549 • As of 6/30/10, 10% uncommitted. • 2,983 units of which • 14% Homebuyer assistance • 32% Rental • 54% Homeowner Rehabilitation • No households received Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

  9. LIHTC • OLYMPIC APARTMENTS 219 FRANKLIN ST WATERTOWN NY 13601 Total units 41; total low-income units 41 • BUCK APARTMENTS 86 PUBLIC SQ WATERTOWN NY 13601 11 11; • BURDICK APARTMENTS 114 FRANKLIN ST WATERTOWN NY 13601 28 28 ; • MILL YARDS ESTATES 20 BARTON ST PARISHVILLE NY 13672 20 20; • BLEVINS BUILDING 202 FORD ST OGDENSBURG NY 13669 12 12 ; • STRAWBERRY LANE 912 STRAWBERRY LN CLAYTON NY 13624 71 64; • 51-53 MARKET STREET 51 MARKET ST POTSDAM NY 13676 6 6 ; • EMERSON PLACE LP 20 EMERSON PL WATERTOWN NY 13601 22 22; • 262 STATE STREET 256 STATE ST CARTHAGE NY 13619 20 20; • 55-57 MARKET ST 55 MARKET ST POTSDAM NY 13676 7 7 ;

  10. MORE LIHTC • BETHANY APARTMENTS FOR THE ELDERLY 415 BLEECKER ST BROOKLYN NY 11237 149 149; • CARROLL GARDENS SENIOR CITIZENS HOUSING 41 1ST ST BROOKLYN NY 11231 100 100 ; • CASABE HOUSES FOR THE ELDERLY 150 E 121ST ST NEW YORK NY 10035 125 124 ; • CLAREMONT PARK APARTMENTS 1450 CLAY AVE BRONX NY 10456 98 97 ; • CLINTON OLD SCHOOL 552 W 53RD ST NEW YORK NY 10019 53 52; • CYPRESS CORNERS 168 HENDRIX ST BROOKLYN NY 11207 16 12; • DEKALB SENIOR RESIDENCE APARTMENTS 1251 DEKALB AVE BROOKLYN NY 11221 28 27; • DONA ROSITA II 744 ROCKAWAY AVE BROOKLYN NY 11212 60 60; • EAST BURNSIDE AVENUE APARTMENTS 270 E BURNSIDE AVE BRONX NY 10457 113 113; • FORT GREEN APARTMENTS FOR THE ELDERLY 29 GREENE AVE BROOKLYN NY 11238 85 85; • HIGHBRIDGE APARTMENTS 1404 JESUP AVE BRONX NY 10452 126 126

  11. “Affirmatively further” Fair Housing Analysis of Impediments • If all new homes are not at least visitable, argue it is not “affirmatively furthering....’ • If not using funds to help people get out of nursing homes, not “affirmatively furthering...” • applies to subsidiaries. • CDBG req analysis to identify impediments to fair housing choice, actions to overcome the effects of any impediments. • *HUD can disapprove ConPlan for failing to have public hearings and for failing to take actions to overcome “Impediments to Fair Housing.” • *Must have an Analysis of Impediments (AI) to fair housing. • Must certify they will “affirmatively further” fair housing as a condition of receipt of federal $$. False Claims act.

  12. CONSOLIDATED PLAN • CON PLAN - used with CDBG, HOME, [also Housing Opportunitites for Persons With Aids and Emergency Shelter Grants, HOPE, Supportive housing for Elderly [202] and for Disabled [811], SRO, Shelter Plus Care] - all block grants! • REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS • * 24 CFR § 91.205 re housing needs “shall include a concise summary of the cost burden and severe cost burden... substandard housing conditions for ELI and Low-income compared to the jurisdiction as a whole...” • * Housing market analysis – 91.210 - include # and targeting by income level & type of family served of units currently assisted by local, state or federally funded programs. • * ConPlan - Strategic Plan -91.215, state priorities for allocating $ among different activities and needs; describe rationale for allocation priority to each category of priority needs, part among ELI, L-I and Mod-I; identify obstacles to meet undeserved needs. Re “affordable Housing” tie with 91.205. Must explain how housing mkt analysis, serenity of housing needs lead to establishing allocation and use of funds. • * Access to records. • * Obtain technical assistance. • * Hearing on “housing and community development

  13. NEEDS. * With “affordable housing” “must include the priority housing needs table.” • * Strategic Plan - specific objectives in measurable terms and timetables for achieving. See tables 2A and 2B • * CHAS - Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy, 1990, to determine housing needs and prioritize $ to meet those needs. • * Certification “affirmatively furthering fair housing,” • * Certification that “housing activities undertaken with CDBG and HOME are “consistent with the strategic plan.” and FFHA • * HA ‘s Annual Plan supposed to be consistent with Con Plan • STEPS: • One long-term plan - 91.305 must describe estimated housing needs for 5 yr period, based on Census and local study. • The Plan must estimate # and type of families in need of housing assistance for ELI, low-income...and PWD. • By income categories.– ConPlan • Must estimate need for vouchers and public housing with “waiting lists.” • Must state #/% persons whose housing cost burden, 30% of income. • Must establish ‘supportive housing needs’ of pwds. • Must do a Housing Market analysis, housing stock available to pwds (does not apply to States). • Housing market analysis must include a description of the contition, cost of housing, and housing stock available for PWD!!!! • States must describe criteria for distribution and criteria.

  14. Step 2 Strategic Plan [every 5 years]; it must include the Supportive housing needs of PWD. • Step 3 completing the Specific Objectives workbook; • Step 4 complete Action Plan one application [Annual Plan]; and • Step 5 performance reports - CAPER - ConPlan’s Annual Performance Report - what needs have been met, how much funds expended, location of projects, number of families, by income category <30% AMI. • Performance Measurement Outcome System! • * HUD tells them to use the CHAS data!!Per 24 CFR 91.520, “evaluation of progress in meeting its specific objective of providing affordable housing, inc the # and types of family served. • CHAS data and American Community Survey • Must estimate housing needs and regulations state needs should reflect public input and nees “shall be based on any other reliable source.” • *