File #: RES 13-1097    Version: 1 Name: HRA Disposition Strategy
Type: Resolution Status: Archived
In control: Housing & Redevelopment Authority
Final action: 7/24/2013
Title: Resolution Authorizing Approval of HRA Land Disposition Strategy, Work Plan and Budget Amendment for Certain Properties Owned by the HRA, Citywide
Sponsors: Kathy Lantry
Attachments: 1. HRA Land Disposition Strategy Board Report, 2. Att B Budget Amendment, 3. Att C HRA Property Disposition Powerpoint, 4. Att D Disposition Budget, 5. Att E Timeline
Related files: RES 14-295, RES PH 14-42, RES PH 14-67, RES PH 14-65, RES PH 14-66, RES PH 14-64, RES PH 14-26, RES PH 14-82, RES PH 14-81, RES PH 14-107, RES PH 14-108, RES PH 14-110, RES PH 14-106
Title
Resolution Authorizing Approval of HRA Land Disposition Strategy, Work Plan and Budget Amendment for Certain Properties Owned by the HRA, Citywide
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WHEREAS, the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of the City of Saint Paul, Minnesota (HRA), has duly adopted and there is now lawfully in effect in the City of Saint Paul, Minnesota, a City Wide Comprehensive/Redevelopment Plan (Plan) providing for the acquisition, clearance and resale of land for redevelopment and the City Consolidated Five-Year Plan; and

WHEREAS, on August 8, 2007 the HRA approved by Resolution 07-08/08-3 the Invest Saint Paul workplan and budget approval for the first phase of activities to start; and

WHEREAS, on November 19, 2008 the City Council approved by Resolution 08-1270 the NSP plan and its submission to HUD for $4.3 million in funding and on January 28, 2009 the City received a letter from HUD approving the NSP Plan and funding; and

WHEREAS, on January 28, 2009, the City Council approved by Resolution 09-103 the NSP plan and its submission to Minnesota Housing for $6.3 million in funding and it was approved February 23, 2009; and

WHEREAS, on February 25, 2009 the HRA approved the Neighborhood Stabilization Program and Rebuilding Plan 2009-2013 under Invest Saint Paul Initiative and approved a budget amendment to carry out Programs/Plans which included the acquisition of properties in designated ISP/NSP areas; and

WHEREAS, on March 24, 2010, by Resolution 10-3/24-3 the HRA accepted and approved the budget for NSP 2 funds ($18.0 million) to continue to carry out activities under the NSP Rebuilding Plan 2009-2013; and

WHEREAS, on April 20, 2011, by Resolution 11-721 the HRA accepted and approved the budget for $2,059,877 of NSP 3 funds from HUD to continue to carry out activities under the NSP Rebuilding Plan 2009-2013; and

WHEREAS, on April 20, 2011, by Resolution 11-623 the HRA accepted and approved the budget for $744,640 of NSP 3 funds from MH...

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