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Getting Ready for Redevelopment Presentation to the City School Board February 4, 2010 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority.

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1 Getting Ready for Redevelopment Presentation to the City School Board February 4, 2010 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority

2 Tonight’s Agenda Overview of Existing Public Housing Neighborhoods Definitions of Terminology Overview of Master Plan Process Impacts on the School System Consultant Design Scenarios (to date) Redevelopment Committee discussions Plan for Resident Services (to date) Next Steps & Future Planning Questions & Answers

3 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Overview of Existing Neighborhoods 40 acres of land 11 sites – 7 multifamily, 4 houses 1 vacant parcel of land – Levy Avenue in 7 neighborhoods, 5 school districts 376 units of public housing Average income =$11,000/year* Average rent =$250/month* Minimum rent =$25/month Bldg. Age = 30 – 45 years old Currently offer 1 thru 5 BR units 4 sites with community centers * These figures are as of March 31, 2009

4 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Definitions of Terminology Master Plan Mixed use Mixed income ACC unit Section 8 vouchers Redevelopment AMI HOPE VI HUD Rehab with Infill Density DUA Relocation WRT Market Rate unit Relocation Voucher LIHTC 1 for 1 replacement

5 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Overview of Master Plan Process CRHA Redevelopment objectives Adoption of Resident Bill of Rights Resident Involvement Youth Involvement Phase 1 – What do we have now? Phase 2 – What do we want? Phase 3 – What are our options? Phase 4 – How does it happen?

6 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Impacts on the School System

7 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Impacts on the School System Existing # of Students Burnley Moran = 67 Greenbrier = 13 Venable = 5 Jackson Via = 31 Clark = 24 Walker = 48 Buford = 30 CHS = 75

8 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Consultants’ Design Scenarios All our neighborhoods will see changes Scenarios are still in Draft Form Show scenarios as they are in Draft Plan Received the most support from community meetings Additional scenarios being worked on, haven’t gotten them from consultants yet Changes will be made before Final Plan

9 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Levy Ave.

10 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Westhaven

11 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Crescent Halls

12 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – South 1 st St.

13 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – 6 th Street, SE

14 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Michie Drive

15 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Madison Ave.

16 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Draft Design Scenario – Riverside Ave.

17 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Redevelopment Committee Discussions Mixed use spaces on-site Mixed income neighborhoods Access to jobs/training opportunities Larger scale economic development Commitment to Bill of Rights Appropriate level of Density

18 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Plan for Resident Services Not only about the physical changes Several different models for review Educational support Access to Job Opportunities (Sec. 3) Access to Community Resources Transportation and Child Care Space on/adjacent to sites for programs

19 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Next Steps & Future Planning Complete the Master Plan with consultants Work to gain community support for Plan Research into Relocation process Research into different Funding Sources Begin process of hiring a Development Partner for Implementation Report back to Community Partners as we make progress

20 Charlottesville Redevelopment & Housing Authority Questions & Answers Amy Kilroy, Redevelopment Director (434) 970 – 3253


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