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									CITY OF CLEVELAND
NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM
APPLICATION TO THE STATE OF OHIO
Final – Published February 27, 2009 – Updated April 8, 2009




                               City of Cleveland




                          Frank G. Jackson, Mayor




Cleveland Department of Community Development
Daryl P. Rush, Director




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                                 CITY OF CLEVELAND
                        NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM
                          APPLICATION TO THE STATE OF OHIO
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program has been created by Congress as a special allocation of Community Development
Block Grant funds to address the critical problem of foreclosed, abandoned and vacant properties. Neighborhood Stabilization
Program resources are being made available by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on a formula
basis to cities, counties and states.

The State of Ohio has allocated a portion of its award by formula. The City of Cleveland allocation is $9,424,689. The funds
may be used for the following activities:
    establish financing mechanisms for purchase and redevelopment of foreclosed upon homes and residential properties
    purchase and rehabilitate homes and residential properties that have been abandoned or foreclosed upon, in order to sell,
    rent, or redevelop such homes and properties;
    establish land banks for homes that have been foreclosed upon
    demolish blighted structures
    redevelop demolished or vacant properties
    Program activities must be targeted to areas of greatest need
    Rehabilitation target areas may be selected based upon both need and the potential for generating market recovery.

All Activities must benefit to families or communities with incomes under 120% of Area wide Median Income (AMI). Up to
$375,000 of the allocation may be used for the costs of administering the program.

The City of Cleveland‟s proposed use of its Neighborhood Stabilization Program allocation is as follows:




                                          Activity                        NSP Allocation
                               Nuisance Abatement – Demolition              $6,000,000
                                 Nuisance Abatement - Public
                                Improvements to Vacant Land                  $500,000
                                Acquired Through Foreclosure
                                Housing Renovation Program –
                                     Acquire, Rehab, Sell                   $2,549,679

                                      Building &Housing
                                        Operation Prevent                    $375,000
                                     (from Administration)
                                                                            $9,424,679




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                                TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tab1    General Information Table
            Subrecipient agreement form(s) attached, if necessary
            Legislation attached
Tab 2   HUD 2880 Form (Applicant/Recipient Disclosure Update Report)
Tab 3   Administrative Plan and Staff Capacity
            Administrative Plan and Staff Capacity Worksheet(s)
            NSP Staff Qualification Forms for Primary Staff Members in
Tab 4   Community Impact
           Narrative Description of the Targeted Areas of Greatest Need
           Rationale for the Selection of The Areas to Create Impact
           Maps of Targeted Areas of Greatest Need
           Final Recommendations Form
           Marketing Plan
Tab 5   Budget Table
Tab 6   Activity Design Requirements
Tab 7   Environmental Review Documentation and Certification Form




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General Information/Authorization Legislation
Grant Request (from allocation award letter)                  Subrecipients (if necessary)
NSP Project Amount: $9,049,679.00                             (Complete next page for each subrecipient listed)
Admin. Amount:      $ 375,000.00
                                                               N/a
Region Number, if applicable:


Communities (from allocation award letter):
City of Cleveland




                                                              Application Prepared By
                                                              (If different from administering agency)
                                                              Contact Person:      N/a
                                                              E-Mail:
                                                              Agency:
Applicant/Lead Community                                      Title:
Contact Person: John Wilbur                                   Address:
E-Mail: jwilbur@city.cleveland.oh.us                          City, State, Zip:
Agency: Cleveland Department of Community Devel.              Telephone:
Title: Assistant Director                                     Fax:
Address: 601 Lakeside Avenue, Rm 320                          CEO Name:
City, State, Zip: Cleveland, Ohio 44114                       CEO E-Mail:
Telephone: (216) 664-4049
Fax:          (216) 664-4006                                  Financial Contact Person for Lead Entity
CEO Name: Frank G. Jackson                                    Contact Person: Franc Glavan
CEO E-Mail: frankjackson@city.cleveland.oh.us                 E-Mail: fglavan@city.cleveland.oh.us
                                                              Agency: Cleveland Department of Community Devel.
Legal Applicant/Recipient Certifies That:                     Title:    Senior Budget & Management Analyst
                                                              Address: 601 Lakeside Avenue, Rm 320
To the best of my knowledge and belief, data
                                                              City, State, Zip: Cleveland, Ohio 44114
contained in the application are true and correct. This
                                                              Telephone: (216) 664-2040
document has been duly authorized by the governing
                                                              Fax:          (216) 664-4006
body of the recipient to comply with the required
                                                              CEO Name: Frank G. Jackson
assurances, if the assistance is approved.
                                                              CEO E-Mail: frankjackson@city.cleveland.oh.us
Signature:
                                                              Citizen Participation
Typed Name: Frank G. Jackson                                  Viewing Location(s):
Title: Mayor, City of Cleveland                                   City of Cleveland Web Site
                                                                  Cleveland City Hall, Room 320
Primary Administering Agency
Contact Person: John Wilbur
E-Mail: jwilbur@city.cleveland.oh.us                          Describe method used to meet the requirements:
Agency: Cleveland Department of Community Devel.                 Posted to City of Cleveland Web site
                                                                 Press Release developed and picked up by major
Title:   Assistant Director
                                                              daily newspaper
Address: 601 Lakeside Avenue, Rm 320
City, State, Zip: Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Telephone: (216) 664-4049
Fax:          (216) 664-4006                                  Ordinance/Resolution (attach legislation)
CEO Name: Frank G. Jackson                                    Number: 1625-08
CEO E-Mail: frankjackson@city.cleveland.oh.us                 Date:    November 17, 2008


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Cleveland City Record – 11/26/2008 – Text of 1625-08




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City of Cleveland
601 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114           34-6000646
(216) 664-4000




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Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 2.0 hours per response, including the time for reviewing
instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of
information. This agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection information unless that collection
displays a valid OMB control number.
Privacy Act Statement. Except for Social Security Numbers (SSNs) and Employer Identification Numbers (EINs), the Department of Housing
and Urban Development (HUD) is authorized to collect all the information required by this form under section 102 of the Department of Housing
and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989, 42 U.S.C. 3531. Disclosure of SSNs and EINs is optional. The SSN or EIN is used as a unique
identifier. The information you provide will enable HUD to carry out its responsibilities under Sections 102(b), (c), and (d) of the Department of
Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989, Pub. L. 101-235, approved December 15, 1989. These provisions will help ensure greater
accountability and integrity in the provision of certain types of assistance administered by HUD. They will also help ensure that HUD assistance
for a specific housing project under Section 102(d) is not more than is necessary to make the project feasible after taking account of other
government assistance. HUD will make available to the public all applicant disclosure reports for five years in the case of applications for
competitive assistance, and for generally three years in the case of other applications. Update reports will be made available along with the
disclosure reports, but in no case for a period generally less than three years. All reports, both initial reports and update reports, will be made
available in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. §552) and HUD's implementing regulations at 24 CFR Part 15. HUD will
use the information in evaluating individual assistance applications and in performing internal administrative analyses to assist in the
management of specific HUD programs. The information will also be used in making the determination under Section 102(d) whether HUD
assistance for a specific housing project is more than is necessary to make the project feasible after taking account of other government
assistance. You must provide all the required information. Failure to provide any required information may delay the processing of your
application, and may result in sanctions and penalties, including imposition of the administrative and civil money penalties specified under 24
CFR §4.38. Note: This form only covers assistance made available by the Department. States and units of general local government that carry
out responsibilities under Sections 102(b) and (c) of the Reform Act must develop their own procedures for complying with the Act.

Instructions                                                                     Part I. Threshold Determinations - Applicants Only
                                                                                 Part I contains information to help the applicant determine whether the
Overview.                                                                        remainder of the form must be completed. Recipients filing Update
                                                                                 Reports should not complete this Part. If the answer to either
A. Coverage. You must complete this report if:                                   questions 1 or 2 is No, the applicant need not complete Parts II and III
(1) You are applying for assistance from HUD for a specific project              of the report, but must sign the certification at the end of the form.
     or activity and you have received, or expect to receive,
     assistance from HUD in excess of $200,000 during the during                 Part II. Other Government Assistance and Expected Sources and
     the fiscal year;                                                            Uses of Funds.
(2) You are updating a prior report as discussed below; or                       A.       Other Government Assistance. This Part is to be completed
(3) You are submitting an application for assistance to an entity                         by both applicants and recipients for assistance and recipients
     other than HUD, a State or local government if the application is                    filing update reports. Applicants and recipients must report
     required by statute or regulation to be submitted to HUD for                         any other government assistance involved in the project or
     approval or for any other purpose.                                                   activity for which assistance is sought. Applicants and
                                                                                          recipients must report any other government assistance
B. Update reports (filed by “Recipients” of HUD Assistance):                              involved in the project or activity. Other government
General. All recipients of covered assistance must submit update                          assistance is defined in note 4 on the last page. For purposes
reports to the Department to reflect substantial changes to the initial                   of this definition, other government assistance is expected to
applicant disclosure reports.                                                             be made available if, based on an assessment of all the
                                                                                          circumstances involved, there are reasonable grounds to
Line-by-Line Instructions.                                                                anticipate that the assistance will be forthcoming. Both
Applicant/Recipient Information.                                                          applicant and recipient disclosures must include all other
All applicants for HUD competitive assistance, must complete the                          government assistance involved with the HUD assistance, as
information required in blocks 1-5 of form HUD-2880:                                      well as any other government assistance that was made
1.    Enter the full name, address, city, State, zip code, and telephone                  available before the request, but that has continuing vitality at
      number (including area code) of the applicant/recipient. Where                      the time of the request. Examples of this latter category
      the applicant/recipient is an individual, the last name, first name,                include tax credits that provide for a number of years of tax
      and middle initial must be entered.                                                 benefits, and grant assistance that continues to benefit the
2.    Entry of the applicant/recipient's SSN or EIN, as appropriate, is                   project at the time of the assistance request.
      optional.                                                                           The following information must be provided:
3.    Applicants enter the HUD program name under which the                               1. Enter the name and address, city, State, and zip code of
      assistance is being requested.                                                            the government agency making the assistance available.
4.    Applicants enter the amount of HUD assistance that is being                         2. State the type of other government assistance (e.g., loan,
      requested. Recipients enter the amount of HUD assistance that                             grant, loan insurance).
      has been provided and to which the update report relates. The                       3. Enter the dollar amount of the other government
      amounts are those stated in the application or award                                      assistance that is, or is expected to be, made available
      documentation. NOTE: In the case of assistance that is provided                           with respect to the project or activities for which the HUD
      pursuant to contract over a period of time (such as project-based                         assistance is sought (applicants) or has been provided
      assistance under section 8 of the United States Housing Act of                            (recipients).
      1937), the amount of assistance to be reported includes all                         4. Uses of funds. Each reportable use of funds must clearly
      amounts that are to be provided over the term of the contract,                            identify the purpose to which they are to be put.
                                                                                                Reasonable aggregations may be used, such as "total
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      irrespective of when they are to be received.                                             structure" to include a number of structural costs, such as
5.    Applicants enter the name and full address of the project or                              roof, elevators, exterior masonry, etc.
      activity for which the HUD assistance is sought. Recipients enter            B.         Non-Government Assistance. Note that the applicant and
      the name and full address of the HUD-assisted project or activity            recipient disclosure report must specify all expected sources and uses
      to which the update report relates. The most appropriate                     of funds-both from HUD and any other source - that have been or
      government identifying number must be used (e.g., RFP No.;                   are to be, made available for the project or activity. Non-government
      IFB No.; grant announcement No.; or contract, grant, or loan                 sources of funds typically include (but are not limited to) foundations
      No.) Include prefixes.                                                       and private contributors.

Part III. Interested Parties.                                                      Notes:
This Part is to be completed by both applicants and recipients filing              1.         All citations are to 24 CFR Part 4, which was published in
update reports. Applicants must provide information on:                            the Federal Register. [April 1, 1996, at 63 Fed. Reg. 14448.]
                                                                                   2.         Assistance means any contract, grant, loan, cooperative
1.          All developers, contractors, or consultants involved in the            agreement, or other form of assistance, including the insurance or
application for the assistance or in the planning, development, or                 guarantee of a loan or mortgage, that is provided with respect to a
implementation of the project or activity and                                      specific project or activity under a program administered by the
2.          any other person who has a financial interest in the project           Department. The term does not include contracts, such as
or activity for which the assistance is sought that exceeds $50,000 or             procurements contracts, that are subject to the Fed. Acquisition
10 percent of the assistance (whichever is lower).                                 Regulation (FAR) (48 CFR Chapter 1).
Note: A financial interest means any financial involvement in the                  3.         See 24 CFR §4.9 for detailed guidance on how the
project or activity, including (but not limited to) situations in which an         threshold is calculated.
individual or entity has an equity interest in the project or activity,            4.         "Other government assistance" is defined to include any
shares in any profit on resale or any distribution of surplus cash or              loan, grant, guarantee, insurance, payment, rebate, subsidy, credit,
other assets of the project or activity, or receives compensation for              tax benefit, or any other form of direct or indirect assistance from the
any goods or services provided in connection with the project or                   Federal government (other than that requested from HUD in the
activity. Residency of an individual in housing for which assistance is            application), a State, or a unit of general local government, or any
being sought is not, by itself, considered a covered financial interest.           agency or instrumentality thereof, that is, or is expected to be made,
                                                                                   available with respect to the project or activities for which the
The information required below must be provided.                                   assistance is sought.
                                                                                   5.         For the purpose of this form and 24 CFR Part 4, “person”
1.          Enter the full names and addresses. If the person is an                means an individual (including a consultant, lobbyist, or lawyer);
entity, the listing must include the full name and address of the entity           corporation; company; association; authority; firm; partnership;
as well as the CEO. Please list all names alphabetically.                          society; State, unit of general local government, or other government
2.          Entry of the Social Security Number (SSN) or Employee                  entity, or agency thereof (including a public housing agency); Indian
Identification Number (EIN), as appropriate, for each person listed is             tribe; and any other organization or group of people.
optional.
3.          Enter the type of participation in the project or activity for
each person listed: i.e., the person's specific role in the project (e.g.,
contractor, consultant, planner, investor).
4.          Enter the financial interest in the project or activity for each
person listed. The interest must be expressed both as a dollar amount
and as a percentage of the amount of the HUD assistance involved.
            Note that if any of the source/use information required by
this report has been provided elsewhere in this application package,
the applicant need not repeat the information, but need only refer to
the form and location to incorporate it into this report. (It is likely that
some of the information required by this report has been provided on
SF 424A, and on various budget forms accompanying the application.)
If this report requires information beyond that provided elsewhere in
the application package, the applicant must include in this report all
the additional information required. Recipients must submit an update
report for any change in previously disclosed sources and uses of
funds as provided in Section I.D.5., above.




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Administrative Plan and Staff Capacity
    Name of Subrecipient (if
0
    applicable):
                                                                                                                             Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                                          Jesus Rodriguez, Community
                                                                                                                                                                                John Amoroso, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Franc Glavan, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Bill Resseger, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Blaine Griffin, Community
                                                                                                                               Dan Musson, Community



                                                                                                                                                       Joe Skrabec, Community
                                                                                                   Kellie Glenn, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ashok Shah, Community
                                                                          John Wilbur, Community
                                                  Daryl Rush, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Terry Ross, Community




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2   Contracted Agency Staff (C),
    Subcontracted Agency Staff (S), or Local             E                        E                        E                          E                        E                        E                          E                          E                        E                        E                         E                          E
    Employee (E)
3   Number of Years of Housing-Related
    Experience                                         22                       30                          9                          6                     19                       28                         21                         28                       31                       33                       33                             3

4   General Program Oversight                            X
    Admin. Consulting Services                                                                                                                                                                                                                X
    Grant Preparation & Management                                                X
    Prepare program amendments, as needed                                         X
    Conduct Environment Review Record
                                                                                                           X
    Tier 1 – Release of Funds
    Conduct Environment Review Record Tier 2
    – OHPO Coordination, Floodplain Management,                                                            X                          X
    etc.
5   Program Administration                                                        X
    Management of Admin. Staff                                                    X
    Public Relations/Marketing                                                                                                                                 X
    Coordinate with local agencies
                                                                                  X
    (HFH,MHA,CAC, etc.)
    Coordinate Citizen Participation/Conduct
                                                                                                                                                               X
    Client Outreach
    Contractor Certification                                                                                                                                                            X
    Labor Compliance                                                                                                                                                                    X
    Quality Control                                                                                                                                                                                                X



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                                                                                        Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Relations Board

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Blaine Griffin,
                                                                                                                                          Jesus Rodriguez,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Community
                                                                                                                          John Amoroso,




                                                                                                                                                                           Franc Glavan,




                                                                                                                                                                                                         Bill Resseger,
                                               Development



                                                             Development



                                                                            Development



                                                                                            Development

                                                                                            Dan Musson,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                         Development
                                                                                                           Joe Skrabec,
                                                                            Kellie Glenn,




                                                                                                                                                                                           Ashok Shah,
                                                             John Wilbur,
                                               Daryl Rush,




                                                                                                                                                             Terry Ross,
                                                Community



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       Administrative Plan and
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           Staff Capacity



6   Financial Management                                                                                                                                         X
    Overall Grant Finances                                                                                                                                                                     X
    Preparing and Submitting Drawdown
                                                                                                                                                                                X
    Requests
    Preparing and Processing Purchase
                                                                                                                                                                                X
    Orders & Contractor Pay Requests
    Preparing Performance Reports                                                                                                               X
7   Daily Project Management
    Client Intake/Determine Eligibility
    Maintain Files
    Conduct Pre-Construction Conferences
    Determine Appropriate Client Assistance
    Level
    Document Preparation
    Liaison Between Contractor and
    Homeowner
    Clerical Duties
    Maintain Priority Ranking and Waiting
    Lists
8   Fair Housing Coordination                                                                                                                                    X
    Receives & Refers All Fair Housing
    Complaints/Questions                                                                                                                                                                                                        X
    Provides Tenant/Landlord Information                                                                                                                                                                                        X
9   Homebuyer Education                                                                                                                                          X
    Conduct Counseling Sessions/Seminars
    – Conducted by various HUD Approved
    Agencies
    Coordinate with Organizations Conducting
                                                                                                                                                                 X
    Seminars


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                                                                                                                             Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jesus Rodriguez, Community
                                                                                                                                                                                     John Amoroso, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Franc Glavan, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bill Resseger, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Blaine Griffin, Community
                                                                                                                               Dan Musson, Community



                                                                                                                                                            Joe Skrabec, Community
                                                                                                   Kellie Glenn, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ashok Shah, Community
                                                                          John Wilbur, Community
                                                  Daryl Rush, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Terry Ross, Community




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10   Post Grant Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                          X
     Maintain Records/Prepare Mortgage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            X
     Releases
     Conflict Resolution                                                                                                                                                                                                X
     Manage Program Income                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  X
     Inspection and Field Construction
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     Management
     Verifies Required or Other Standard/Code
     Tests
     Assignment/Completion of Duties for
     Inspection/Construction Management
     Staff
     Perform Initial Inspections
     Perform Interim Inspections
     Performs Final Inspection
     Perform Scope of Work/Spec. for Bidding
     Oversee Contract Procurement
     Conduct Contractor Pre-Bid Meeting
     Conduct Contractor Negotiations for Single
     Bidders
     Provide Cost Estimates
     Prepare Punch Lists
     Approves Change Orders
     Approve Contractor Payments
     Perform Risk Assessments
     Prepare Lead-Related Specifications
     Perform Lead Clearance Testing




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                                                                                                                         Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Franc Glavan, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bill Resseger, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Blaine Griffin, Community
                                                                                                                           Dan Musson, Community




                                                                                                                                                                            Community Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                    Community Development
                                                                                                                                                   Joe Skrabec, Community
                                                                                               Kellie Glenn, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ashok Shah, Community
                                                                      John Wilbur, Community
                                              Daryl Rush, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Terry Ross, Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Jesus Rodriguez,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Relations Board
                                                                                                                                                                               John Amoroso,
                                                   Development



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       Administrative Plan and
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12   Acquisition and/or Land Banking
     Management of Funds & Revenue
     from Land Bank
     Application for Grants & Other Sources
     of Funding
     Preparation of Strategic Plan for
     Acquisition, Management & Disposition
     Acquisition of Property (Tax
     Foreclosure, Purchase, Donation,
     Forfeiture, Transfer)
     Classify Property & Maintain Written
     Inventory of Banked Land
     Management of Banked Property
     Property Maintenance and Nuisance
     Abatement
     Disposition of Property
     Appraisal
     Establishment of terms, restrictions &
     covenants of sale
     Establishment of Price (Negotiations)
     Analyze Proposals for Purchase
     Approval of Sale
13   Local Government Oversight                                               X
     Contractor Management of
     Consultant/Subcontractor
     Monitor Financial Records                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       X
     Monitor Performance Reports                                                                                                                                                                           X




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Administrative Plan and Staff Capacity – Section 2
    Name of Subrecipient (if
0
    applicable):
                                                                                                                                  Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Deborah Whitsett, Community
                                                  Louise Jackson, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Evelyn Sternad, Community
                                                                                                                                                                                        Tony Iwenofu, Community
                                                                                                        Lurene Flynn, Community




                                                                                                                                                              Carl Nystrom, Community
                                                                              Diane Peters, Community




                                                                                                                                    Rufus Taylor, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Community Development
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lisa Hribar, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Joe Sidoti, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ed Feke, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Stephanie Ashford,
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2   Contracted Agency Staff (C),
    Subcontracted Agency Staff (S), or Local               E                          E                         E                           E                         E                         E                         E                          E                          E                      E                       E                         E
    Employee (E)
3   Number of Years of Housing-Related
    Experience                                          13                          28                           2                        22                        22                        19                        22                        36                          35                      27                    28                            9
4   General Program Oversight
    Admin. Consulting Services
    Grant Preparation & Management
    Prepare program amendments, as needed
    Conduct Environment Review Record
    Tier 1 – Release of Funds
    Conduct Environment Review Record Tier 2
    – OHPO Coordination, Floodplain Management,
    etc.
5   Program Administration
    Management of Admin. Staff
    Public Relations/Marketing
    Coordinate with local agencies
    (HFH,MHA,CAC, etc.)
    Coordinate Citizen Participation/Conduct
    Client Outreach
    Contractor Certification
    Labor Compliance
    Quality Control



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                                                                                             Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                     Joe Sidoti, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ed Feke, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Stephanie Ashford,
                                                                                                                                                                 Deborah Whitsett,
                                               Louise Jackson,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Evelyn Sternad,
                                                                                                                                 Tony Iwenofu,
                                                                                 Lurene Flynn,




                                                                                                                 Carl Nystrom,
                                                                 Diane Peters,




                                                                                                 Rufus Taylor,
                                                Development



                                                                 Development



                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                                                                                   Development



                                                                                                                                                                                         Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                Development


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Development
                                                                                                                                                  Lisa Hribar,
                                                 Community



                                                                  Community



                                                                                  Community



                                                                                                  Community



                                                                                                                  Community



                                                                                                                                  Community



                                                                                                                                                  Community



                                                                                                                                                                    Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Community
       Administrative Plan and
1
           Staff Capacity



6   Financial Management
    Overall Grant Finances
    Preparing and Submitting Drawdown
    Requests
    Preparing and Processing Purchase
    Orders & Contractor Pay Requests
    Preparing Performance Reports
7   Daily Project Management                         X
    Client Intake/Determine Eligibility                               X               X
    Maintain Files                                                                    X
    Conduct Pre-Construction Conferences                                              X               X
    Determine Appropriate Client Assistance
                                                                      X               X
    Level
    Document Preparation                                                              X
    Liaison Between Contractor and
                                                                                                      X               X               X               X                 X
    Homeowner
    Clerical Duties                                                                   X
    Maintain Priority Ranking and Waiting
                                                                                      X
    Lists
8   Fair Housing Coordination
    Receives & Refers All Fair Housing
    Complaints/Questions
    Provides Tenant/Landlord Information
9   Homebuyer Education
    Conduct Counseling Sessions/Seminars
    Coordinate with Organizations Conducting
    Seminars




                                                                                                            14
                                                                                                                              Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                    Lurene Flynn, Community




                                                                                                                                                               Carl Nystrom, Community
                                                                          Diane Peters, Community




                                                                                                                                Rufus Taylor, Community
                                                  Community Development




                                                                                                                                                                                         Community Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Community Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Community Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Community Development
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lisa Hribar, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Joe Sidoti, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ed Feke, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Stephanie Ashford,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Deborah Whitsett,
                                                     Louise Jackson,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Evelyn Sternad,
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tony Iwenofu,
                                                                               Development



                                                                                                         Development



                                                                                                                                     Development



                                                                                                                                                                     Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Development
     Administrative Plan and Staff
1
              Capacity




10   Post Grant Management
     Maintain Records/Prepare Mortgage
     Releases
     Conflict Resolution                                 X
     Manage Program Income
     Inspection and Field Construction
11                                                       X
     Management
     Verifies Required or Other Standard/Code
                                                                                                                                        X
     Tests
     Assignment/Completion of Duties for
     Inspection/Construction Management                                                                                                 X
     Staff
     Perform Initial Inspections                                                                                                                                       X                        X                        X                        X
     Perform Interim Inspections                                                                                                                                       X                        X                        X                        X
     Performs Final Inspection                                                                                                                                         X                        X                        X                        X
     Perform Scope of Work/Spec. for Bidding                                                                                                                           X                        X                        X                        X
     Oversee Contract Procurement                                                                                                                                      X                        X                        X                        X
     Conduct Contractor Pre-Bid Meeting – N/a
     Conduct Contractor Negotiations for Single
     Bidders – N/a
     Provide Cost Estimates – N/a
     Prepare Punch Lists                                                                                                                X                              X                        X                        X                        X
     Approves Change Orders – N/a
     Approve Contractor Payments                                                                            X                           X
     Perform Risk Assessments                                                                                                                                          X                        X                        X                        X
     Prepare Lead-Related Specifications                                                                                                X
     Perform Lead Clearance Testing                                                                                                                                    X                        X                        X                        X




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                                                                                                                          Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                                                                Tony Iwenofu, Community
                                                                                                Lurene Flynn, Community




                                                                                                                                                      Carl Nystrom, Community
                                                                      Diane Peters, Community




                                                                                                                            Rufus Taylor, Community
                                              Community Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Community Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Community Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Community Development
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lisa Hribar, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Joe Sidoti, Community



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ed Feke, Community




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Stephanie Ashford,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Deborah Whitsett,
                                                 Louise Jackson,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Evelyn Sternad,
                                                                           Development



                                                                                                     Development



                                                                                                                                 Development



                                                                                                                                                            Development



                                                                                                                                                                                      Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                               Development




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Development



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Development
       Administrative Plan and
1
           Staff Capacity




12   Acquisition and/or Land Banking                                                                                                                                                                                                                              X
     Management of Funds & Revenue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  X
     from Land Bank
     Application for Grants & Other Sources
     of Funding                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   X
     Preparation of Strategic Plan for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  X
     Acquisition, Management & Disposition
     Acquisition of Property (Tax
     Foreclosure, Purchase, Donation,                                                                                                                                                                                                                             X                      X                      X
     Forfeiture, Transfer)
     Classify Property & Maintain Written
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                X                      X
     Inventory of Banked Land
     Management of Banked Property                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              X
     Property Maintenance and Nuisance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  X                      X
     Abatement
     Disposition of Property                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    X                      X
     Appraisal                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    X                      X                                             X
     Establishment of terms, restrictions &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  X                      X
     covenants of sale
     Establishment of Price (Negotiations)                                                                                                                                                                                                                        X                      X
     Analyze Proposals for Purchase                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      X
     Approval of Sale                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             X
13   Local Government Oversight
     Contractor Management of
     Consultant/Subcontractor
     Monitor Financial Records
     Monitor Performance Reports




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Administrative Plan and Staff Capacity - Section 3
    Name of Subrecipient (if
0
    applicable):
                                                                                                                              Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                 Anthony Forbes, Demolition
                                                  Rita Williams, Community




                                                                                                                                Dwayne Ford, Demolition



                                                                                                                                                          Ben Butler, Building and
                                                                             Damian Borkowski,
                                                                             Demolition Bureau
                                                        Development
    Administrative Plan and Staff




                                                                                                                                                                 Housing
                                                                                                          Bureau



                                                                                                                                       Bureau
1
         Capacity Duties




2   Contracted Agency Staff (C),
    Subcontracted Agency Staff (S), or Local               E                       E                      E                             E                          E
    Employee (E)
3   Number of Years of Housing-Related
    Experience                                          26                       22                     20                            25                        25
4   General Program Oversight
    Admin. Consulting Services                             X
    Grant Preparation & Management
    Prepare program amendments, as needed
    Conduct Environment Review Record
    Tier 1 – Release of Funds
    Conduct Environment Review Record Tier 2
    – OHPO Coordination, Floodplain Management,
    etc.
5   Program Administration
    Management of Admin. Staff
    Public Relations/Marketing
    Coordinate with local agencies
    (HFH,MHA,CAC, etc.)
    Coordinate Citizen Participation/Conduct
    Client Outreach
    Contractor Certification
    Labor Compliance
    Quality Control                                                                X

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                                                                                                        Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                                                                                                   Ben Butler, Building
                                                                Damian Borkowski,
                                                                Demolition Bureau



                                                                                    Demolition Bureau



                                                                                                          Demolition Bureau
                                                                                     Anthony Forbes,



                                                                                                           Dwayne Ford,
                                               Rita Williams,
                                               Development




                                                                                                                                      and Housing
                                                Community
       Administrative Plan and
1
           Staff Capacity



6   Financial Management
    Overall Grant Finances
    Preparing and Submitting Drawdown
    Requests
    Preparing and Processing Purchase
                                                                                                                                          X
    Orders & Contractor Pay Requests
    Preparing Performance Reports                                                                                                         X
7   Daily Project Management                                          X
    Client Intake/Determine Eligibility
    Maintain Files
    Conduct Pre-Construction Conferences                              X
    Determine Appropriate Client Assistance
    Level
    Document Preparation
    Liaison Between Contractor and
    Homeowner
    Clerical Duties
    Maintain Priority Ranking and Waiting
    Lists
8   Fair Housing Coordination
    Receives & Refers All Fair Housing
    Complaints/Questions
    Provides Tenant/Landlord Information
9   Homebuyer Education
    Conduct Counseling Sessions/Seminars
    Coordinate with Organizations Conducting
                                                    X
    Seminars




                                                                                                                              18
                                                                                                            Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                                  Rita Williams, Community




                                                                                                                     Dwayne Ford, Demolition



                                                                                                                                               Ben Butler, Building and
                                                                             Damian Borkowski,
                                                                             Demolition Bureau



                                                                                                 Demolition Bureau
                                                                                                  Anthony Forbes,
                                                        Development
      Administrative Plan and Staff




                                                                                                                                                      Housing
                                                                                                                            Bureau
1
               Capacity




10   Post Grant Management
     Maintain Records/Prepare Mortgage
     Releases
     Conflict Resolution
     Manage Program Income
     Inspection and Field Construction
11   Management                                                                    X
     Verifies Required or Other Standard/Code
     Tests
     Assignment/Completion of Duties for
     Inspection/Construction Management Staff
     Perform Initial Inspections
     Perform Interim Inspections
     Performs Final Inspection
     Perform Scope of Work/Spec. for Bidding
     Oversee Contract Procurement                                                  X
     Conduct Contractor Pre-Bid Meeting                                            X
     Conduct Contractor Negotiations for Single
                                                                                   X
     Bidders
     Provide Cost Estimates                                                        X
     Prepare Punch Lists                                                                               X                     X
     Approves Change Orders                                                                            X                     X
     Approve Contractor Payments                                                                                                                        X
     Perform Risk Assessments
     Prepare Lead-Related Specifications
     Perform Lead Clearance Testing


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                                                                                                                 Names of Staff Members and Organization




                                              Rita Williams, Community




                                                                                                                   Dwayne Ford, Demolition



                                                                                                                                             Ben Butler, Building and
                                                                         Damian Borkowski,
                                                                         Demolition Bureau



                                                                                             Demolition Bureau
                                                                                              Anthony Forbes,
                                                    Development
       Administrative Plan and




                                                                                                                                                    Housing
                                                                                                                          Bureau
1
           Staff Capacity




12   Acquisition and/or Land Banking
     Management of Funds & Revenue
     from Land Bank
     Application for Grants & Other Sources
     of Funding
     Preparation of Strategic Plan for
     Acquisition, Management & Disposition
     Acquisition of Property (Tax
     Foreclosure, Purchase, Donation,
     Forfeiture, Transfer)
     Classify Property & Maintain Written
     Inventory of Banked Land
     Management of Banked Property
     Property Maintenance and Nuisance
                                                                               X                   X                       X
     Abatement
     Disposition of Property
     Appraisal
     Establishment of terms, restrictions &
     covenants of sale
     Establishment of Price (Negotiations)
     Analyze Proposals for Purchase
     Approval of Sale
13   Local Government Oversight
     Contractor Management of
                                                       X
     Consultant/Subcontractor
     Monitor Financial Records                                                                                                                        X
     Monitor Performance Reports




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Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:            Daryl P. Rush
Employer:        City of Cleveland
Position:        Director, Department of Community Development

Work Experience

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Director
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): April, 2004 - Present
Description of Job Duties:
Cabinet level position managing a department of 98 people responsible for the
administration of a $40 Million budget that includes funds from HUD related to
community development and neighborhood revitalization.

Employer:        Neighborhood Progress, Inc.
Position:        Senior Vice President
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): October, 1989 – April, 2004
Description of Job Duties:
Designed and managed a nationally recognized grant-making program focused on local
efforts to revitalize Cleveland communities. Served a liaison to key national
intermediaries. Developed initiatives around home improvement, neighborhood main
streets and managed two small-business incubators.

Employer:       Hahn, Loeser & Parks
Position:       Associate Attorney
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): August, 1986 – October, 1989
Description of Job Duties:
Practiced Civil and commercial litigation.

Employer:      Ohio Court of Appeals, Eighth District
Position:      Law Clerk
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): August, 1985 – August, 1986
Description of Job Duties:
Clerked for the Honorable Richard M. Markus.

Employer:      Complaint Adjudication Office, US Department of Justice
Position:      Law Clerk
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): May, 1984 – May, 1985
Description of Job Duties:
Analyzed and researched complaints, answers and investigative reports and drafted final
agency decisions for complaints of discrimination.




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Employer:      Blue Cross of Northeast Ohio
Position:      Procedures Analyst
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): October, 1981 – July, 1982
Description of Job Duties:
Analyzed, implemented and trained staff to use software systems to automate
processes.

Education

Institution: Howard University School of Law
Degree Sought:      J.D.
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes

Institution: University of Cincinnati
Degree Sought:      B.A.
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes



Current Professional Memberships

Organization:      City of Cleveland Board of Control Member
Membership End Date:       Active

Organization:      Cleveland Community Development Corporation Trustee
Membership End Date:      Active

Organization:      Neighborhood Progress, Inc. Trustee
Membership End Date:     Active




Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:         John B. Wilbur
Employer:     City of Cleveland
Position:     Assistant Director, Department of Community Development

Work Experience

Employer:      City of Cleveland
Position:      Assistant Director, Department of Community Development
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): April 19, 2004 - Present
Description of Job Duties:


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Responsible to the Director of the Department of Community Development. Assisted
with management of a 98 person Department charged with administration of Cleveland’s
CDBG, HOME, HOPWA and ESG grants.

Employer:      Ohio City Near West Development Corporation
Position:      Executive Director
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): January, 1997 – April, 2004
Description of Job Duties:
responsible to the Board of Trustees for management, strategic planning, operations and
business development for a neighborhood development organization engaged in hands-
on improvement of both commercial and residential areas.


Employer:      East Ohio Gas Company
Position:      Ending with Manager, Community Affairs
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): July, 1988 – January, 1997
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible to the Director of Community Affairs with a staff of 11 for developing
company relationships with area schools, municipalities and consumer organizations.
Administered a $3 million/year low-income weatherization program.

Employer:        Lutheran Housing Corporation
Position:        Executive Director
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): July, 1982 – July, 1988
Description of Job Duties:
Headed a private, non-profit organization with 40 employees providing mortgage default
counseling, home repair for the elderly, low-income weatherization, energy conservation
for not-for-profit organizations, and free tool loan.


Employer:      City of Cleveland
Position:      Ending with Assistant Commissioner, Neighborhood Revitalization
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): April, 1978 – July, 1982
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible to the Commissioner of Neighborhood Revitalization for operation of a 28
person newly formed division charged with budget preparation, liaison to USHUD,
community planning, site improvements and community participation.


Education

Institution:        Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Degree Sought:      S.B. Urban Studies/Masters of City Planning
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes




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Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:         Terrence Ross
Employer:     City of Cleveland
Position:     Commissioner, Division of Administrative Services

Work Experience

Employer:       City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:       Commissioner, Division of Administrative Services
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): August, 1993 - Present
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for the general administrative management of a department of 98 people
with a $40 Million budget including budgeting, accounting, auditing, Federal and state
regulatory compliance, third party contracting, legislative liaison, and MIS.

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Deputy Commissioner, Division of Building and Housing
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): September, 1989 - July, 1993
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for the general management of over 300 employees in the Code
Enforcement Division, served as the general administrative manager for the Division
responsible for budgeting, accounting, personnel, labor relations and record system
management.

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Assistant Commissioner, Division of Neighborhood Revitalization
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): July, 1982 – September, 1989
Description of Job Duties:
Served a the chief administrative officer of the Division responsible for the annual
expenditure of $12 to $15 Million in Community Development Block Grant funds.

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Manager of Public Improvements
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): March 1981 – July, 1982
Description of Job Duties:
Directed the design and construction of capital improvement projects requiring
coordination with 12 City Divisions.

Employer:      Cuyahoga County, Department of Community Development
Position:      Associate Director/Development Manager
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): December, 1979 – March, 1981
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for Urban County CDBG program that spanned 31 communities.


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Education

Institution:        Cleveland State University
Degree Sought:      Masters In Public Administration
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes

Institution:        John Carroll University
Degree Sought:      B.A., Political Science
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes



Current Professional Memberships

Organization:               American Society for Public Administration
Membership End Date:        Current

Organization:               City of Cleveland Commissioners Association
Membership End Date:        Current, past President




Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:         Joseph Sidoti
Employer:     City of Cleveland
Position:     Commissioner, Division of Real Estate

Work Experience

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Commissioner, Division of Real Estate
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): 2003 - Present
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for management of a 11 person Division responsible for all real estate
transactions for the City of Cleveland except The Department of Port Control.
Administration of the Cleveland Land Bank and the GIS system for the Departmetn of
Community Development.




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Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Position:      Assistant Commissioner, Neighborhood Development
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): 1980 - 2003
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for managing and supervising a staff of 32, managing all real estate
transactions for the City of Cleveland, except Port Control. Oversaw Neighborhood
Planning, Commercial Redevelopment, Real Estate and Cartography sections.

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Community Development
Positions:     Redevelopment Coordinator/Redevelopment Advisor
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): 1974 - 1980
Description of Job Duties:
Coordinated the sale and acquisition of property as assigned including coordination of
eminent domain cases. Prepared lease and licensing agreements.

Education

Institution:        Cleveland State University
Degree Sought:      Bachelors of Business Administration
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes




Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:         Louise Jackson
Employer:     City of Cleveland
Position:     Commissioner, Division of Neighborhood Services

Work Experience

Employer: City Of Cleveland Department Of Community Development
Position:       Commissioner, Division Of Neighborhood Services
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): July, 1997 to Present
Description of Job Duties:
Oversee the administration of program offered in the Division of Neighborhood Services
for the residents of the City of Cleveland through direct loans and or grants to
homeowners for repair, renovations and energy conservation improvements.




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Employer: City Of Cleveland, Cleveland Public Power
Position: Manager, Customer Service Operations
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): February, 1996 – July, 1997
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for the daily operation of the Customer Service, Collections, Billing and
Account Adjustment area. Managed a staff of 25.


Employer:        Transohio Savings Bank/Star Bank
Position:        Branch Manager-Star Bank
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): 1994– February, 1996
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for overseeing the daily operation and economic growth of a $55 million
dollar full service retail branch with a $3.5 million loan portfolio. Worked closely with the
community in out reach efforts to increase the level of savings and investments within
the community.

Employer:      Transohio Savings Bank/Star Bank
Position:      Vice President/ Consumer Lending
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): January, 1991 - 1994
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for overseeing the daily operation of the Customer Service, Loan
Documentation Systems, Collections, Recovery, Asset Liquidation, Loan Processing and
Credit Departments. Currently manage a staff of 47, with an operating budget of $3
million.

Employer: Amerifirst Bank Miami, Florida
Position: Vice President/ Operations
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): November, 1989-January, 1991
Description of Job Duties:
Responsible for overseeing the daily operation of the Customer Service, Loan
Documentation, Systems, Collections, Recovery and Merchant Services Departments.
Maintained a secured credit limit of $100,000, and $25,000 unsecured.


Education

Institution:        University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
Degree Sought:      Bachelor of Business Administration in Management & Business
Systems,
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes

Institution:        Ashland Theological Seminary
Degree Sought:      Masters of Divinity
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes




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Certifications


Title: Certified Home Program Specialist – Regulations
Test taken to certify competency (yes/no): Yes
Expiration Date of Certification: July 2011




Staff Qualification Form

Personal Information

Name:            Damian Borkowski
Employer:        City of Cleveland
Position:        Manager, Demolition Bureau

Work Experience

Employer:      City of Cleveland, Department of Building and Housing
Position:      Manager, Demolition
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): August, 1985 - Present
Description of Job Duties:
Administers all phases of demolition projects.

Employer:      Herron Consultants
Position:      Building Inspector
Date of Employment (Beginning and Ending Dates): August, 1979 – August, 1985
Description of Job Duties:
Monitor Contract compliance for industrial projects.

Education

Institution:               Cleveland Marshall College of Law
Degree Sought:             J.D.
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes

Institution:               Cleveland State University
Degree Sought:             B.A.
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes

Institution:               Cuyahoga Community College
Degree Sought:             A.A., Architectural Engineering
Degree Completed (yes/no): Yes




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COMMUNITY IMPACT: AREAS OF GREATEST NEED
           NUISANCE ABATEMENT

The City of Cleveland is at the epicenter of a region hard hit by the sub-prime loan and
foreclosure crisis. While there are parts of the City that have suffered more
disinvestment than others, the HUD foreclosure and abandonment risk scores mapped in
Figure A-1 shows that when compared to Cuyahoga County (the most populous county in
the 5 county Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor MSA) as a whole, the entire City of Cleveland has
significant foreclosure and abandonment risk.

             Figure A-1 HUD Data on NSP Need - Cuyahoga County




A significant portion of the City of Cleveland has been determined to have the highest
foreclosure risk score – 10. The areas in dark purple on the map above have been given a
foreclosure risk score of ten.




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In addition, HUD regulations require that nuisance abatement activities which create a
neighborhood benefit be conducted in areas where the median income of the census block
group is 120% of AMI or less.

   Figure A-2 Cleveland NSP Eligible Low Moderate and Middle Income Areas
                     (Median Income Below 120% of AMI)

                                              HUD NSP - Low Middle Moderate Eligible
     Eligible Locations
             NSP Eligible (497)

             NSP Ineligible (47)




    .
        City of Cleveland                                 0   0.5   1   2   3   4   5

        Department of Community Development                                          Miles   October, 2008




         DEFINING THE NUISANCE ABATEMENT TARGET AREA – TARGET AREA #1

Cleveland‟s proposed Nuisance Abatement target area is created by overlaying the
highest foreclosure risk areas with the NSP income eligible areas. The resulting map,
figure A-3, shows the areas in which residential demolition and the Pilot Land
Improvement programs will be undertaken.




                                                                                                             30
                    Figure A-3 Nuisance Abatement Target Area:
      (Overlay of Cleveland NSP Eligible and Areas of Greatest Foreclosure Risk)




In addition to the HUD data, Cleveland undertook two major studies of foreclosure and
abandonment in 2008. Cleveland has also tracked foreclosure filings since 2005 and
developed a neighborhood market typology which provides a snapshot of relative
strength of housing market conditions at the census block group level.


           PHYSICAL DISTRESS/FORECLOSURE INDICATORS

The first study was an inventory of Vacant and Distressed1 1-3 family properties
conducted by City staff in the last week of June, 2008 and the third week of July. The

1
  For purposes of the survey, “vacant & distressed” was defined as an entire building with no evidence of occupancy and one of the
following conditions exist:
           the house is boarded,
           no major, but a considerable amount of minor defects exist
           the house is “open” and vandalized,
           major defects and damage to structural items exist
           the house is dilapidated,
           there is significant untrimmed vegetation and/or trash, deteriorated walkways, driveways, fencing
           the property is severely overgrown, and/or
           the property is the site of much debris or abandoned vehicles.

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survey identified 8,009 vacant and distressed properties throughout the City. A review of
court records through the Case Western Reserve NEO CANDO2 system shows that 4,174
of these properties were subject to foreclosure since January 1, 2005. Figure A-2 shows a
map of the city with the locations of the vacant and distressed property.

            Figure A-4 City Map of Vacant and Distressed 1-3 Family Properties

                                           City of Cleveland - Vacant & Distressed Structures


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The next review monitored the foreclosure filings in the city of Cleveland from 2005
through April, 2008. Figure A-3 shows over 22,000 foreclosure filings. All of
Cleveland‟s residential neighborhoods have seen significant foreclosure activity.




2
 NEO CANDO system, Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, MSASS, Case Western
Reserve University (http://neocando.case.edu). CWRU is a local affiliate of the National Neighborhood
Indicators Project and NEO CANDO is a web-based data warehouse with information on demographics,
property sales, property condition, foreclosure filings and related data.

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                                 Figure A-5 Cleveland Foreclosures since January 1, 2005
                                                                        City of Cleveland - Foreclosures


                    Foreclosures 2008 to 9-30-08 (5141)
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These two studies reinforce the tremendous effect that foreclosures and sub-prime
lending have had on Cleveland neighborhoods. The results also confirm the risk ranking
that HUD developed.

B. MARKET RECOVERY
                  MARKET IMPACT INDICATORS

The general downturn of the regional housing market has been well documented by the
local press. Cleveland State University completed a study of housing sales3 that looked
beyond sales volume and average sale price. The study documents a bifurcated housing
market with significantly reduced sales volume in regular arms length transactions.
Figure A-6 shows a significant spike in the number of sales transactions that have a
foreclosure in their recent history. While housing prices have declined modestly in the
general market, housing prices have plunged when the property has been the subject of a

3
 Beyond the Foreclosure Crisis: a Housing Strategy for Cleveland‟s Future. Center for Housing Research
and Policy, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University. September,
2008

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recent foreclosure. Cleveland State concludes that the market can only return to balance
if a two pronged strategy is implemented – The significant demolition of blighted
properties with no serious prospect of reuse, and the support of the stable portions of the
housing market which can be sustained after the waning of the crisis.4

                           Figure A-6 Sales Affected by Foreclosure




The Cleveland Department of Community Development updated its Neighborhood
Market Typology5 in October of 2008. While several areas hard hit by foreclosure
activity have dropped in their market rating, other areas where the City has implemented
its concentrated investment strategy and aggressive blight elimination program have
shown signs of market sustainability in this difficult market.6


4
  Beyond the Foreclosure Crisis: a Housing Strategy for Cleveland‟s Future. Center for Housing Research
and Policy, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University. September,
2008
5
  First Published in April of 2006, the Neighborhood Typology ranks each block group in the City of
Cleveland using housing market and housing physical factors. It is used to assess the relative strength of
the housing market and with the update in 2008 can identify areas of Cleveland when the market improving
or weakening.
6
  For example, the near downtown communities of Tremont, Central, Ohio City, Hough and Detroit-
Shoreway have established anchor projects which have created sustainable housing markets.

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                 Figure A-7 Cleveland Areas of Market Strength and Weakness
                                               Neighborhood Typology
    DETAILED RANGE



               Regional Choice




               Stable




               Transitional




               Fragile




               Distressed



         Non-Residential

         SPA




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         NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT DECISION MODEL


Cleveland‟s neighborhood investment target areas were selected based upon the
following principles:

   The Cleveland Neighborhood Market Typology – Areas shown as Transitional or
   Fragile are generally areas with some market strength, but where the housing market
   needs assistance to recover. The most of the selected target areas fall into these
   typology categories. Where they do not another of the factors outlined below
   suggested a compelling reason for the area‟s selection.
   Assessment of Community Assets – Market revival depends upon local capacity to
   take advantage of opportunities, partnerships that have been created to advance
   neighborhood objectives and an identified combination of community assets which

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   have been overlooked or can be used to create interest in a neighborhood. For
   example, the Distressed areas of Fairfax/Colfax are adjacent to the Cleveland Clinic,
   the City‟s largest employer, an asset that is a building block for neighborhood
   revitalization.
   Identification of a Competitive Advantage – Not every neighborhood can
   successfully compete for all kinds of families and buyers. Where program
   implementers have the strongest understanding of the market they are able to create
   the greater their ability to tap that market as a platform for revitalization. For
   example, Slavic Village has repositioned their activities to foster an “active
   community with unusual access to recreation and open space resources for an area so
   close to the Central Business District.
   Areas Of Significant Need; and
   Areas of NSP Eligibility

Figure A-8 shows the Market Revitalization Target Areas for the Neighborhood
Stabilization Program.

           Figure A-8 Cleveland Areas for Market Recovery Investment




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INVESTMENT TARGET AREAS

TARGET AREA #2: COLLINWOOD

  NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
     FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
     MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: TRANSITIONAL/FRAGILE
  ASSETS
     Two commercial districts anchor this area – One, the Waterloo Historic
     District, is an emerging arts and entertainment area; the second, Five Points, is
     a major convenience oriented district.
     Major public investments have been made in recreation facilities near
     Collinwood High School
  INVESTMENT STRATEGY
     The local non-profit development corporations have developed a track record
     of acquire, rehab and sell investments.
     Model block resources are available from CDBG to encourage home repairs
     by existing owners.
     Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activities are
     further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows




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FIGURE A-9




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TARGET AREA #3: GREATER UNIVERSITY CIRCLE

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: TRANSITIONAL/FRAGILE
   ASSETS
      These residential districts are anchored by University Circle institutions like
      Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals, the Veterans
      Administration and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
      Institutions in northern University Circle have invested significantly in the last
      decade, reversing a trend to focus development away from the nearby
      residential neighborhoods.
      Anchor residential projects like Heritage Lane, St. Luke‟s Point, Parklane
      Villa and the E.118th Street townhomes are building blocks for a vacant
      housing restoration strategy.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Famicos Foundation and Buckeye areas Development Corporation are both
      particiapnts in the Strategic Investment Initiative sponsored by Neighborhood
      Progress Inc.
      The areas are already targeted for investment through Opportunity Housing, a
      comprehensive foreclosure mitigation and vacant home restorataion
      partnership that includes the Cleveland Housing Network.
      University Hospital, Case Western Reserve University and other area non-
      profits are participating in an employer supported housing program to
      encourage home buying.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows




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FIGURE A-10




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TARGET AREAS #4: FAIRFAX/COLFAX

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 8-10
      SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS:
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: FRAGILE/DISTRESSED
   ASSETS
      Adjacent to and in active partnership with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
      Part of the University Circle employee home purchase incentive program.
      Adjacent to Cleveland‟s largest concentration of vacant land, which, if
      connected to the freeway grid by Opportunity Corridor. can be a major new
      employment center.
      Adjacent to a HOPE VI style redevelopment of the Garden Valley Estate.
      Bounded on the West by a major market-rate new construction
      homeownership initiative.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Retain historic structures
      Support intergenerational housing that has generated a core buyer grou p in
      this area.
      Build on the success of the newly constructed homes to the West.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows




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FIGURE A-11




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TARGET AREA #5: MT.PLEASANT/CORLETT

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: TRANSITIONAL/FRAGILE
   ASSETS
      The housing stock is primarily pre-war with good sized rooms and livable
      interior layouts.
      New school construction has created a focus for family life.
      Adjacent to new commercial investments.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows
   FIGURE A-12




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TARGET AREA #6: SLAVIC VILLAGE

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: FRAGILE/DISTRESSED
   ASSETS
      A re-imagined community based upon unique access to recreational assets
      including trails and parks.
      Anchored by a major corporate headquaters investment by Third Federal
      Savings
      Home to an intact historic distric with strong cultural institutions.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      A Strategic Investment Initiative and Opportunity Housing investment area.
      Establish connections with Central Catholic High School and the Cleveland
      Public Mound School as a basis for family investment in the community.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activities are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows
   FIGURE A-13




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TARGET AREA #7: TREMONT/CLARK

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 6-10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: STABLE/TRANSITIONAL
      SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: The combination of market typology and relatively
      low Foreclosure risk score make this an unusual target area choice. The
      strength of the Tremont market lies primarily in market-rate new construction;
      the existing stock, particularly in areas where the existing stock is dominated
      remains an emerging market.
   ASSETS
      The City‟s strongest neighborhood new construction market.
      An active regional arts entertainment and dining community
      A diverse and spacious housing stock with historic interest.
      A unique development pattern for 19th century worker cottages that creates a
      special living and market environment.
      A proven young-single, empty nester market.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Complete phase II of the Tremont Pointe HOPE mixed income development.
      A Strategic Investment Initiative and Opportunity Housing Partner.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows




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FIGURE A-14




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TARGET AREA #8: SPOKANE

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: STABLE
   ASSETS
      An attractive, spacious pre-war housing stock.
      Unique infrastructure amenities such as brick streets
      A strong tradition of homeownership before the current crisis.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Provide resources for quality restoration of houses to prevent decline in
      quality and neighborhood confidence that could result from flipping and
      absentee ownership.
      Support vacant property investments by using small grants and rebates from
      CDBG to assist current homewoners.
   FIGURE A-15




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TARGET AREA #9: VARIETY THEATER

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: TRANSITIONAL
   ASSETS
      A revived commercial area anchored by the Variety Theater restoration
      project.
      A strong prewar housing stock.
      Surrounded by areas of greater market strength on which momentum can be
      built.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Provide resources for quality restoration of houses to prevent decline in
      quality and neighborhood confidence that could result from flipping and
      absentee ownership.
      Support vacant property investments by using small grants and rebates from
      CDBG to assist current homeowners.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows

   FIGURE A- 16




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TARGET AREA #10: DETROIT-SHOREWAY/WEST TECH

  NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
     Foreclosure Risk Score: 10
     Market Typology Category: Stable/Transitional
  ASSETS
     Anchor historic renovations and lake/downtown view new construction
     projects established a new top of the market before the current crisis.
     Successful conversion of commercial strips to market rate residential.
     Innovative projects such as Eco-Village have given the neighborhood an eco
     friendly or Green brand.
     Adaptive reuse of a landmark school and associated new construction
     Construction of the Urban Community School campus
     The strengthening Detroit Avenue Arts and Entertainment District
  INVESTMENT STRATEGY
     A Strategic Investment Initiative and Opportunity Housing community
     Build on a neighborhood brand that is green, mixed-income, urban and
     diverse.
     Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
     further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows
  FIGURE A-17




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TARGET AREA #11: STOCKYARDS

   NEED AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
      FORECLOSURE RISK SCORE: 10
      MARKET TYPOLOGY CATEGORY: FRAGILE
   ASSETS
      A history of high homeownership.
      The modest pre-war houisng stock provides a first-time homeownership
      opportunity with contolable operation and maintenance costs.
      The „walk-to-work‟ development pattern is largely intact.
   INVESTMENT STRATEGY
      Cleveland Action to Support Housing has developed a CDBG supported pilot
      to assist sweat equity investemnts in this neighborhood.
      Support vacant property investments by using small grants and rebates from
      CDBG to assist current homeowners.
      Resources from the Housing Production – Acquire, Rehab, Sell activity are
      further concentrated in the areas shaded in yellow on the map that follows

   FIGURE A-18




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Final Recommendations
                                                                                  Target
                                                                                   Area
 Priority                Housing Needs              Recommended NSP Activities   Number      Target Area Name
1           Blight removal and innovative reuse of Demolition                      1        Nuisance Abatement
            LandBank property including community And                                      Target Area – Figure A-
            gardens, market gardens, urban         Land Restoration                                  3
            agriculture, alternative storm water
            systems, alternative energy generation

2           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation             2       Collinwood – Figure A-9
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
3           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation             5        Mt. Pleasant/Corlett –
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                   Figure A-12
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
4           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation             10      Detroit Shoreway/West
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                              Tech – Figure A-17
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition




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                                                                                   Target
                                                                                    Area
 Priority                 Housing Needs              Recommended NSP Activities   Number     Target Area Name
5           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              6       Slavic Village – Figure
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                       A-13
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
6           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              9       Variety Village – Figure
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                       A-16
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
7           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              4       Fairfax/Colfax – Figure
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                       A-11
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
8           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              7       Tremont/Clark – Figure
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                      A-14
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition




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                                                                                   Target
                                                                                    Area
 Priority                 Housing Needs              Recommended NSP Activities   Number     Target Area Name
9           Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              3         Greater University
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                               Circle – Figure A-10
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
10          Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              11      Stockyards – Figure A-
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition                                       18
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition
11          Renovation of vacant, foreclosed        Housing Renovation              8       Spokane – Figure A-15
            homes for resale – Conducted in         Demolition
            conjunction with the Cleveland model    Land Restoration
            block initiative supported by Federal
            NSP, CDBG, HOME and State NSP;
            Creating community assets with Land
            Bank land and selective demolition




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         MARKETING PLAN

Each Investment target area was developed in conjunction with a local neighborhood development
corporation which identified the market upon which they would build their revitalization model.
CDC conduct direct outreach related to that model in and near their communities. CDCs also
market completed restorations through their developer partners, often the Cleveland Housing
Network or a for-profit developer. Finally, organizations connect with pre-purchase counseling
programs to connect to home seekers.

The City of Cleveland offers homebuyer assistance in each of the targeted areas including 100%
10-year tax abatement, a deferred second mortgage (funded by HOME and CDBG), and special 1st
mortgage rates offered through our depository banks. Cleveland recently raised its level of second
mortgage assistance for buyers of rehabbed home in the identified target areas to $20,000 for a
family earning less than 20% of AMI and $10,000 for a family earning more than 80% of AMI.

Finally, Cleveland sponsors the Living in Cleveland Center which has developed companion
neighborhood marketing materials that emphasize the unique assets of each community and are
targeted to the markets identified above.




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Budget Table

                                         NSP PROJECT                         OTHER FUNDS
              ACTIVITY                                                                                                     OUTCOMES
                                           AMOUNT           AMOUNT                         SOURCE
                                                                             Private Construciton Financing/Developer
                                                                $3,820,000
                                                                                               Equity
     RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT                                    $1,200,000         HOME/CDBG 2nd Mortgage
  - New Construction(Owner/Renter)
  - Acquisition/Rehab (Resale/Rent)
  - DPA/Rehabilitation                         $2,549,679                                                               60 Homes for Resale
  - Rental Rehabilitation
  - Demolition/Reconstruction
    (Owner/Renter)




                                                                $8,500,000           Federal NSP Allocation
                                                                 $750,000               Cleveland CDBG
                                                                 $200,000              Surdna Foundation
     LAND BANKS/DEMOLITION
                                                                                                                         1,700 Demolitions
  - Demolition of blighted residential         $6,500,000
    structures                                                                                                           100 lots improved
  - Establishment of land banks




                         SUBTOTAL:             $9,049,679     $14,470,000

                ADMINISTRATION:                 $375,000

                               TOTAL:
                                               $9,424,679     $14,470,000


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B. DISTRIBUTION AND USES OF FUNDS

Even with the new allocation of Neighborhood Stabilization Program Funds from HUD
and the State of Ohio, there are some neighborhood sub-markets in very distressed areas
cannot sustain an investment strategy. The best approach in these areas is to invest in
land bank and interim uses of publicly-banked land until the market rebounds in a manner
that supports redevelopment. Cleveland anticipates that the redevelopment may be
commercial, light industrial or residential. New developments may require a substantial
re-imagining of some neighborhoods leading to a new urban neighborhood form that
takes advantage of reclaimed natural areas, increased open space and new residential and
commercial development patterns.

By overlaying the HUD foreclosure and abandonment risk information with the
Cleveland Neighborhood Market Typology, Cleveland has identified areas (i)where
significant needs must be addressed, (ii)where need and market potential overlap,
(iii)where scattered site rehabilitation will be sustainable and (iv)where Cleveland can
create new housing opportunities for very low income households. After review of this
overlay, Cleveland proposes targeting resources available through NSP using four major
approaches:

Eliminating Blight in Areas of Greatest Distress and Turning Vacant Property Into
Community Assets Through Interim Uses.

In areas where the HUD foreclosure and abandonment risk in high, but where the
neighborhood market typology suggests that the market is too weak, at this time, to
create a sustainable homeownership rehabilitation market, Cleveland will concentrate
demolition, land banking and interim uses of land bank land.

Cleveland will also pilot a Land Improvement Program in these areas to develop a menu
of effective improvements to vacant land which has come through foreclosure. To
harness the creativity of Cleveland‟s citizens and non-profit community, Cleveland will
conduct and open competition to select pilot program projects. The contracts for
implementation will be implemented by experienced non-profit organizations selected
because of their expertise or knowledge of the local community.

Reviving Markets in Concentrated Investment Areas through Substantial
Rehabilitation, Select Blight Removal and Reuse of Vacant Land.

Cleveland has established 10 Housing Market Recovery model block areas in
neighborhoods that the Cleveland Market Typology ranks as Transitional, Fragile and
Distressed. These model blocks were selected by Cleveland‟s non-profit development
corporation community based on the model block‟s, proximity to an anchor investment or
neighborhood asset and an assessment of the potential for market recovery. Cleveland
proposes using NSP funds, in combination with HOME, CDBG and LIHTC resources to
rebuild these areas. The areas were selected based on a community review of nearby
assets, proximity to an anchor investment and potential to reach untapped housing



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demand. Figure A-8 shows the areas designated for concentrated investment using these
resources.



C. DEFINITIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS

               Cleveland NSP Eligible Low Moderate and Middle Income Areas
                           (Median Income Below 120% of AMI)
                                               HUD NSP - Low Middle Moderate Eligible
     Eligible Locations
              NSP Eligible (497)

              NSP Ineligible (47)




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(1) Definition of “blighted structure” in context of state or local law.

Response:

Chapter 324.03 of The Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland defines “blighted
premises” as follows:

"Blighted premises" shall mean premises which because of their age, obsolescence,
dilapidation, deterioration, lack of maintenance or repair or occurrence of drug offenses,
prostitution, gambling and other criminal acts which constitute public nuisances at the
premises or any combination thereof, including the ineffectiveness of House Code
enforcement after lawfully issued citations or violation notices, constitute an apparent fire
hazard, place of retreat for immoral and criminal purposes constituting a public nuisance

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or repeated and serious breaches of the peace, health hazard, public safety hazard or any
combination thereof; an unreasonable interference with the reasonable and lawful use and
enjoyment of other premises within the neighborhood; or a factor seriously depreciating
property values in the neighborhood.

Section 1.08 of The Ohio Revised Code defines “blighted parcel” as follows:

 “Blighted parcel” means either of the following:
(1) A parcel that has one or more of the following conditions:
(a) A structure that is dilapidated, unsanitary, unsafe, or vermin infested and that because
of its condition has been designated by an agency that is responsible for the enforcement
of housing, building, or fire codes as unfit for human habitation or use;
(b) The property poses a direct threat to public health or safety in its present condition by
reason of environmentally hazardous conditions, solid waste pollution, or contamination;
(c) Tax or special assessment delinquencies exceeding the fair value of the land that
remains unpaid thirty-five days after notice to pay has been mailed.
(2) A parcel that has two or more of the following conditions that, collectively
considered, adversely affect surrounding or community property values or entail land use
relationships that cannot reasonably be corrected through existing zoning codes or other
land use regulations:
(a) Dilapidation and deterioration;
(b) Age and obsolescence;
(c) Inadequate provision for ventilation, light, air, sanitation, or open spaces;
(d) Unsafe and unsanitary conditions;
(e) Hazards that endanger lives or properties by fire or other causes;
(f) Noncompliance with building, housing, or other codes;
(g) Nonworking or disconnected utilities;
(h) Is vacant or contains an abandoned structure;
(i) Excessive dwelling unit density;
(j) Is located in an area of defective or inadequate street layout;
(k) Overcrowding of buildings on the land;
(l) Faulty lot layout in relation to size, adequacy, accessibility, or usefulness;
(m) Vermin infestation;
(n) Extensive damage or destruction caused by a major disaster when the damage has not
been remediated within a reasonable time;
(o) Identified hazards to health and safety that are conducive to ill health, transmission of
disease, juvenile delinquency, or crime;
(p) Ownership or multiple ownership of a single parcel when the owner, or a majority of
the owners of a parcel in the case of multiple ownership, cannot be located.

(2) Definition of “affordable rents

Response:

The City of Cleveland will define “affordable rents” to comply with the limits for the
HOME Program, as described in 24 CFR 92.252. Maximum affordable rent limits will

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be the “High HOME Rent Levels” as adjusted by HUD on an annual basis. For units that
are specifically targeted to household whose incomes do not exceed 50% of area median
income, the applicable rent limits will be the “Low HOME Rent Levels” as adjusted by
HUD on an annual basis. However, if a unit receives a project-based rental subsidy and
the household‟s contribution towards the rent does not exceed 30% of its adjusted
income, the unit will also qualify as affordable.

For 2008 the rent limits would be as follows:

 HOME       Efficiency    1 BR        2 BR       3 BR        4 BR        5 BR        6 BR
  Rent
  Limit
 HIGH          518        582         698         807         900         993        1086
 LOW           518        602         725         929         987        1135        1283


(3) Describe how the grantee will ensure continued affordability for NSP assisted
housing.

Response:

The City of Cleveland will maintain affordability of NSP assisted rental properties for the
periods specified in Section 92.252 of the HOME Program regulations. Affordability
requirements will be enforced through restrictive covenants placed on the properties and
ongoing monitoring of rents and tenant income levels.

NSP second mortgage assistance to home purchasers will be subject to recapture upon
resale of the property, with the proceeds being used to assist additional homebuyers.

(4) Describe housing rehabilitation standards that will apply to NSP assisted activities.

Response:

Housing rehabilitation activity will be designed to comply with the State of Ohio
Residential Rehabilitation Standards (RRS). In addition to the standards called out in
RRS, all rehabilitation under the program will need to comply with all applicable
building and housing codes. In addition, the Department of Community Development
has a “General Specifications Standards” manual that describes in extensive details the
policies, procedures and contractor performance standards that are required for all
rehabilitation activities. If there are any conflicting elements of these requirements the
stricter standard will apply.

E. ACQUISITIONS & RELOCATION

Indicate whether grantee intends to demolish or convert any low- and moderate-income
dwelling units (i.e., ≤ 80% of area median income).


Response:

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The City of Cleveland will only demolish vacant blighted structures that are no longer
suitable for habitation. No low income housing units will be acquired for conversion to
other purposes. It is estimated that at least 75 additional rental units will be made
available for households whose incomes do not exceed 50 percent of area median
income.


(1) ACTIVITY NAME: NUISANCE ABATEMENT - DEMOLITION
(2) Activity Type:
NSP Eligible Use: Demolish blighted structures
CDBG Eligible Activity: Clearance of blighted structures
(3) National Objective: Area benefit to neighborhoods with a median income not exceeding
120% of area median income.
(4) Activity Description:
          NSP funds will be utilized to demolish vacant blighted residential structures for which
rehabilitation is not structurally and/or economically a reasonable alternative. In no case will the
demolition of a qualifying property exceed $20,000. Privately held residential properties
condemned by the Cleveland Building and Housing Department will be demolished on a worst-
first basis. Cleveland will bill the property owner and if reimbursement is not forthcoming , it
will place a lien on the property to recover costs. Some funds will be used to pilot
deconstruction methods as an alternative to traditional demolition. In addition, demolition will be
conducted in a manner that supports other neighborhood stabilization strategies in four key ways:
     Aggregating land to be held in the Cleveland land bank establishing site control and creating
     future development opportunities;
     Taking blighted, uneconomic vacant structures out of the REO inventory to prevent property
     flipping and related housing activities that take advantage of housing consumers;
     Supporting concentrated re-investment strategies in combination with rehabilitation of homes
     that can be saved; and
     Supporting the housing market in stable areas by selectively eliminating properties that
     cannot be rehabilitated.
(5) Location Description:
Demolition activities will occur within the Nuisance Abatement Target Area identified in Figure
A- 3 where the areas of greatest foreclosure risk overlap with designated NSP eligible areas
(median income does not exceed 120% of area median).
 (6) Performance Measures
It is estimated that 700 structures will be demolished.
(7) Total Budget: (Include public and private components)
NSP funds budgeted for this activity will be $6,000,000.
(8) Responsible Organization:
City of Cleveland
Department of Community Development
310 City Hall
601 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
 (9) Projected Start Date:
February 2009
(10) Projected End Date:
May 2010

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(11) Specific Activity Requirements:
    Demolition using NSP funds will only occur in areas where the median income does not
    exceed 120% of area median
    The cost to demolish privately owned structures will be billed to the owner, with unpaid
    charges being filed as a tax lien on the property.


(1) ACTIVITY NAME: NUISANCE ABATEMENT – OPERATION OF LOCAL
LAND BANKS – IMPROVEMENT OF VACANT PROPERTY
(2) Activity Type:
NSP Eligible Use: Operation of Land Banks
(3) National Objective: Area benefit to neighborhoods with a median income not exceeding
120% of area median income.
(4) Activity Description:
     NSP funds will be utilized to find new uses for vacant land as outlined in the Urban Design
     Center Pattern Book – uses include community gardening, environmentally sensitive storm
     water management, bioremediation of hazards, green energy generation opportunities and
     others. Some funds will be used to provide technical assistance to community groups
     developing land improvement projects. Grants will be awarded to non-profit organizations
     on a competitive basis to implement key improvements on formerly foreclosed property.
     Some projects may be administered directly by the City of Cleveland when an improvement
     is made to foreclosed upon property where the City holds title.
(5) Location Description: Land Improvement activities will occur within the Nuisance
Abatement Target Area identified in Figure A- 3 where the areas of greatest foreclosure risk
overlap with designated NSP eligible areas (median income does not exceed 120% of area
median).
(6) Performance Measures
It is estimated that 50 vacant lots will be improved.
(7) Total Budget: (Include public and private components)
NSP funds budgeted for this activity will be $500,000.
(8) Responsible Organization:
City of Cleveland
Department of Community Development
310 City Hall
601 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
 (9) Projected Start Date:
February 2009
(10) Projected End Date:
May 2010

(11) Specific Activity Requirements:
    Projects will be selected based on an open competitive process.
    All property improved must have been subject to foreclosure and had a residential structure
    on it before demolition.




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(1) ACTIVITY NAME: HOUSING RENOVATION PROGRAM
(2) Activity Type:
NSP Eligible Use: Establish financing mechanisms for purchase & redevelopment of foreclosed
upon homes
CDBG Eligible Activity: Acquisition, housing rehabilitation, homeownership assistance
(3) National Objective: Direct benefit assistance to homebuyers whose incomes do not exceed
120% of area median income
(4) Activity Description:
         NSP funds will be made available as a construction loan for up to 40% of a project‟s cost
to allow private developers, for profit or non-profit, to acquire and renovate foreclosed or
abandoned homes and to sell those homes to families with incomes at or below 120% of area
median. In no case will the NSP investment in a Home Renovation project exceed $80,000. All
properties redeveloped will meet Cleveland‟s “Green‟ criteria” for rehabilitation. A portion of
the loan will be forgivable when the verifiable cost of the project exceeds the appraised value of
the after-rehab home. Developers will be limited to a 9% development fee as part of their project
cost.
Families acquiring homes supported by the Housing Renovation Program will be required to
complete at least 8 hours of homebuyer counseling conducted by a HUD-approved housing
counseling agency. The qualifying agencies are:
Community Housing Solutions                                           216-231-5815
Cleveland Housing Network                                             216-574-7100
Neighborhood Housing Services of
Greater Cleveland                                                      216-458-4663
Empowering and Strengthening Ohio‟s People (ESOP)                      216-429-0757
Properties acquired for this program will be purchased directly from REO holder for an amount
not to exceed 85% of a recent appraisal or from a CDC who transfers a property it acquired from
an REO holder for an amount not to exceed 85% of a recent appraisal to a developer for the
CDC‟s direct cost of acquisition.

(5) Location Description:
Vacant foreclosed properties that are threatening to erode neighborhood stability the concentrated
investment areas in the ten Market Recovery target areas identified in the previous section.
(6) Performance Measures
It is projected that 60 homes will be rehabilitated and sold through this program, with an
estimated 75% being purchased by households with incomes between 81% & 120% of area
median income and 25% being purchased by households with incomes at or below 80% of area
median income.
(7) Total Budget: NSP funds budgeted for this project will be $2,424,689, or approximately
$40,000 per house. Total investment per house is estimated at $100,000, with $60,000 coming
from private financing. Buyers of the rehabilitated homes will be eligible for up to $20,000 being
provided to each homebuyer as a deferred second mortgage from other City program sources.
Therefore the total program budget will be approximately $6,000,000.
In addition, Cleveland will spend no more than $125,000 in direct program operations using
personnel to verify the quality of work completed and implementing loan conditions to assure that
each project complies with NSP project cost requirements.
(8) Responsible Organization:
City of Cleveland
Department of Community Development
310 City Hall


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601 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
(9) Projected Start Date:
May 2009
(10) Projected End Date:
May 2010
(11) Specific Activity Requirements:
    The amount of funds granted to the housing developer will not exceed an amount equal to the
    total development cost of the house less the appraised value.
    Developers must acquire each foreclosed property at a discount of at least 10% below
    appraised value.
    Purchasers must have incomes that do not exceed 120% of area median income and the house
    be used as their primary residence.




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ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
In addition to programs described above, the City of Cleveland will allocate $375,000 for
costs related to the administration of the programs funded through the Neighborhood
Stabilization Program.

There will be one activity receiving support from the administrative line item:

   1. Operation Prevent - $375,000

          Purpose:
       Develop an integrated data system (compatible with local data sources,
       including the City and County land banks, other City departments,
       and County offices) capable of providing real-time information on the
       ownership, code enforcement, utility service, real estate transaction,
       foreclosure, occupancy, cost recovery, and public acquisition status of
       vacant, abandoned and at risk properties.

       Provide sufficient technical support and staffing, including dedicated
       field inspectors if necessary, to support this activity.



       Process:
       City will contract with data warehouses and related data management firms to
       integrate the available data resources that allow for the monitoring of foreclosed
       property, identifying the responsible owner and intervening when properties are
       flipped, dumped or placed on the market with no, or inadequate, improvements.
       City will develop the staff capacity to use the information generated above to
       secure property inspections, recover resources from responsible parties, inform
       potential buyers of property deficiencies and ensure responsible ownership and
       repair by purchasers of REO property.




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Environmental Review Documentation and Certification Form For
General Administration, Fair Housing and Planning


General Administration, Fair Housing, and Planning Defined

General administration and fair housing activities are defined as “Exempt” per 24
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 58.34(a)(3). Environmental and other
studies, resource identification and the development of plans and strategies are
defined as “Exempt” per 24 CFR 58.34(a)(1).

By executing this form, the certifying officer is certifying that the project
description listed below is accurate; an environmental evaluation for general
administration, fair housing, and planning activities was completed; and a
determination of exemption was found for general administration, fair housing,
and planning activities.


Project Description

Planning activities include environmental and other studies, resource identification and the
development of plans and strategies. Program administration activities for this project include all
or some of the following: staff and related costs required for overall program management,
coordination, monitoring, reporting and evaluation; citizen participation costs; fair housing
activities; indirect costs charged using an accepted cost allocation plan; development of
submissions or applications for federal programs; and staff and overhead costs for project
delivery and certain costs of administering the (check all applicable):
      Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) X:
      HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) ; or
      Emergency Shelter (ESG) Programs .




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Environmental Review Documentation and Certification Form For
General Administration, Fair Housing and Planning
(Page Two)




Certification

An environmental evaluation has been conducted for general administration, fair
housing, and planning activities. Pursuant to the review, it is the finding of the
responsible entity that the activities listed in the project description above are
exempt. Therefore, per 24 CFR 58.34, the responsible entity does not have to
undertake any environmental review, consultation, or other action under NEPA
and the other provisions of law or authorities cited in 24 CFR 58.5 and 58.6 for
these projects.


Grant Recipient:                           City of Cleveland


Grant Number or Project Type and Name: A-Z-08-264

Name and Title of Certifying Officer:      Frank G, Jackson, Mayor


Mailing Address:                           601 Lakeside Avenue
                                           Cleveland, Ohio 44114


Signature of Certifying Officer:           ___________________________


Date of Signature:                         February 26, 2009


Program Administrator Name:                    Daryl P. Rush, Director, Department of
Community Development


E-mail Address of Program Administrator:   drush@city.cleveland.oh.us


Administrator’s Phone Number:                  (216) 664-4000




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