BlightSTAT August 9, 2012

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BlightStat is the City’s performance management tool for implementing Mayor Landrieu’s Blight Strategy of reducing the City’s blight count by 10,000 by 2014. Several changes to the presentation have …

BlightStat is the City’s performance management tool for implementing Mayor Landrieu’s Blight Strategy of reducing the City’s blight count by 10,000 by 2014. Several changes to the presentation have been made to adjust focus on better quality outcomes across processes.

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  • 1. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS BlightSTAT Reporting Period: June-July, 2012 www.nola.gov/opa Office of Performance & Accountability
  • 2. Agenda 8:00-8:20 GNOCDC Presentation 8:20-8:30 Announcements - LAMA 8:30-8:45 Inspections 8:45-9:00 Hearings 9:00-9:20 Abatement 9:20-9:40 Code Lien Foreclosures 9:40-10:00 Reinvestment BlightSTAT feedback form on back page of presentation2 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 3. SPECIAL PRESENTATION3 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 4. Growth in New Orleans neighborhoods Presented by: Dr. Allison Plyer GNOCDC August 9, 2012A product of Nonprofit Knowledge Works
  • 5. Between 2010 and 2011, both Census population estimates andUSPS households receiving mail grew by roughly 5 percent.From 2011 to 2012, USPS households grew another 2.5 percent.Census population estimates and USPS households receiving mail, 2010-2012400,000 Census population300,000 4.9% growth200,000 USPS households 5.2% growth 2.5% growth100,000 0 2010 2011 2012Source: GNOCDC analysis of US Census Bureau and USPS Delivery Statistics Product
  • 6. The New Orleans metro economy has weathered the recessionrelatively well.Percent change in nonfarm jobsJune 2008-June 20122.0% New Orleans metro 0.2%0.0%-2.0% United States -3.0%-4.0%Source: GNOCDC analysis of data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • 7. Among all metro area parishes, Orleans experienced the largestgain in households receiving mail over the last year.Change in USPS households receiving mail, 2011-20125,000 4,1184,0003,0002,000 1,805 1,0521,000 754 115 113 74 0 Orleans St. Tammany Jefferson St. Bernard St. Charles Plaquemines St. JohnSource: GNOCDC analysis of USPS Delivery Statistics Product
  • 8. Fully 66 out of 72 New Orleans neighborhoodsgained active residential addresses since 2010.
  • 9. About half of all neighborhoods have recoveredover 90 percent of their households since Katrina.
  • 10. The gain of more than 12,300 active residential addressesreceiving mail since 2010 may indicate that a large number ofhomes have been renovated and occupied over the last 2 years.Census population estimates and USPS households receiving mail, 2010-2012400,000 Census population300,000 16,911 increase200,000 USPS households 8,220 increase 4,118 increase100,000 0 2010 2011 2012Source: GNOCDC analysis of US Census Bureau and USPS Delivery Statistics Product
  • 11. Growth in New Orleans neighborhoods Presented by: Dr. Allison Plyer GNOCDC August 9, 2012A product of Nonprofit Knowledge Works
  • 12. ANNOUNCEMENTS12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 13. LAMA Software Implementation- RFP Released 10/9/11 - Software Configuration and - Public Web Launch- Responses Received 10/31/11 Installation April – 5/8/12 - Continuing to refine any- Selection Made 11/15/12 - User Acceptance Testing configuration issues Completed 5/31/12 - NORA Redevelopment- Contract Negotiations December 2012 - User Training for Departments Module Launch leaving Accela Completed 6/15/12 - First 7 Departments Live 6/25/12 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 - Contract Routed 1/9/12 - Additional Configuration and - Contract Signed 1/25/12 Training for 10 Additional - Implementation Kick Off Departments 2/9/12  NOFD Live 8/3/12 - Implementation Study with - Web Site Content Revamp Input from 17 departments - Public Web Interface Complete 3/20/12 Development BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 14. A look at the LAMA software BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 15. INSPECTIONS15 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 16. Completed Inspection Results June – July, 2012 Type of Inspection Posting of Posting of Initial Inspection Reinspection Hearing Judgment Grand TotalInspection ResultsJune 538 3 4 545 Abated & Demolished 13 13 In Compliance 23 1 24 No Violation 17 17 Occupied 50 50 Occupied w/ Violations 1 1 Violation WIP 33 1 34 Violation Unoccupied; Violation No WIP 401 3 2 406July 160 104 33 11 308 No Violation 34 10 5 1 50 Occupied w/ Violations 4 4 Violation WIP 3 31 4 2 40 Violation Unoccupied; Violation No WIP 119 63 24 8 214Grand Total 698 104 36 15 853 Source: Code Enforcement, Davenport Group LAMA Software Retrieved 8/3/1216 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 17. LAMA implementation causes pace of inspections to slow 811 Inspections completed in June, 524 Inspections completed in July 12000 LAMA 11667 Implementation Demolition (under reporting Posting of Judgments possible) 10000 Posting of Hearings 8166 Reinspections - subtotal 7642 8000 Initial Inspection 6831 Inspections Cumulative Target Cumulative Inspections 2012 5647 6000 4235 4000 2755 2000 1312 0Source: Code Enforcement, January February March April May June JulyInspections Completed by Inspector Report Jan 1 - May 31st – Accela SystemsCompleted Inspections Report, June 1 – July 30th – LAMA T-SQL 2008Demolition Inspections, separately reported BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 18. HEARINGS18 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 19. Fewer hearings scheduled due to LAMA implementation Cumulative Hearings Trend Monthly totals6,000 700 Target: 667 Monthly Hearings Cumulative Target - 2012 YTD Cumulative Hearings - 6005,000 2012 YTD 4,667 Hearings Monthly Target Cumulative Hearings - 536 Total Hearings Projected 2012 500 Projection count Cumulative Hearings -4,000 2011 Trend 438 400 3973,000 2,372 300 297 2662,000 245 200 1931,000 100 93 LAMA LAMA Implementation Implementation - - Dec Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Jan Feb March April May June July AugNote: The figures presented are preliminary, as the reports to extractthis information from the Davenport LAMA software are still indevelopment. The August projection is a manual countSource: Accela Hearing Docket, Jan 1 – May 31st, 2012 BlightSTAT July, 2012LAMA: June 1 – July 30, 2012
  • 20. Trend in Hearing Results Guilty Reset: Work in Progress Reset: No Reinspection 180 45% 140 30% 90 15% 16% 39% 25% 160 36% 37% 40% 24% 24% 24% 24% 80 35% 120 23% 14% 32% 25% 140 30% 29% 35% 21% 70 12% 100 120 30% 20% 60 9% 8% 10% 100 25% 80 50 15% 6% 8% 80 20% 60 40 5% 4% 5% 6% 60 15% 10% 30 40 4% 40 10% 20 20 5% 20 5% 10 2% 160 106 141 93 147 76 72 129 67 110 55 94 46 58 80 25 23 11 25 9 21 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% In Compliance Dismissed; Generic Reset*; Reset: State Program 120 22% 25% Verdicts; Reset Legal Issue 25 7% 8% 20% 7% 100 19% 19% 18% 60 25% 17% 20% 20% 20 50 5% 6% 18% 20% 80 14% 4% 15% 15 4% 5% 40 13% 60 12% 15% 4% 10% 11% 10% 30 9% 10 3% 10% 3% 40 20 2% 20 5% 5% 5 1% 10 0% 1% 89 57 98 54 75 27 45 55 27 48 34 46 34 48 23 15 18 19 10 1 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%Note: The figures presented are preliminary, as the reports to extract thisinformation are still in development.*Note – There are a few new categories of hearing results that are notdescriptive, they have been grouped together with Dismissed category BlightSTAT July, 2012Source: Accela Hearing Docket, Jan 1 – May 31st, 2012
  • 21. ABATEMENT21 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 22. Demolitions Exceed Targets 300 Demolished Units by Program (2012) FEMA - Units 250 42 NORA - Units SDER - Units Number of Units 200 100 IDC - Units 150 100 69 57 60 33 106 45 50 46 51 46 7 25 41 25 18 12 11 7 7 9 29 15 17 17 19 28 22 0 January February March April May June July 4000 FEMA - Units Cumulative Demolitions since Oct 1, 2010 3362 3425 3500 NORA - Units 2985 3114 3248 3000 SDER - Units 2738 2841 Number of Units IDC - Units 2461 2500 2211 2304 Demo Target Cumulative All 2026 2200 1827 1958 2000 1653 1473 1500 1189 888 1000 499 596 427 500 245 99 0 Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor):22 FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (BBEC/CDM), IDC (Durr), BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 23. Demolitions by Program June & July 2012 Demolished by owner Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor): 23 FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (BBEC/CDM), IDC (Durr), BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 24. 4100 Davey St Demolition Removes EyesoreBEFORE: April 2, 2012Source: Code Enforcement, 2012 Source: Microsoft Bing maps streetview, 2012AFTER: August 6, 2012 Source: City of New Orleans, 2012 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 25. New Orleans FEMA Demolitions June & July 2012 Phase May July Properties Change Description01 | LLT/NORA 60 62 +2 s Transferring from LLT to NORA ownership s FEMA program can demo after transfer with City approval s Processing for Sheriff sale s Unsold properties can go to demolition02 | Sheriff Sale 35 36 +1 s Reviewing properties to determine best disposition s Highly damaged properties may be demolished and sold03 | Inspection 42 44 +2 s Does not have a future hearing date set s Non-adjudicated and awaiting inspection and hearing04 | Hearing 32 21 -11 s Has an initial or reset hearing date in the future s Awaiting judgment s Newly adjudicated05 | Noticing 21 11 -10 s In process of notice of judgment and intent to demolish s Homeowner appeal period06 | Local Historic 2 3 +1 s Adjudicated and waiting historic committee meeting s NCDC, HDLC, or City Council decision07 | Legal Review 6 3 -3 s Adjudicated and waiting Law Department review s Ensuring proper notice of hearing, judgment, & intent08 | Salvage 4 5 +1 s FEMA Historic Preservation determined for Salvage s Permitting and selective salvage come before ACM testing09 | ACM Test 3 4 +1 s For non-salvage properties testing precedes permitting s Awaiting testing or test results10 | Permit 5 6 +1 s Ready to be permitted for demolition s Awaiting application, payment, or delivery of permit s Transmitted or ready to transmit to demolition11 | Transmit 18 9 -9 contractor s Awaiting abatement (when required) and demolition s May be waiting for utilities disconnects12 | Demolished 233 254 +21 s Property has passed all preliminary checks s Demolition is underway or completed s May not reach final disposition under FEMA program s State funding programs13 | Indefinite Hold 54 49 -5 s NCDC/HDLC Denials s Official City or State requests to place on hold s Homeowner has brought property into compliance14 | In Compliance 406 414 +8 s Includes properties demolished by owner s Public nuisance and blight remediatedChange between May and July: 8 Properties to Compliance 21 Demolitions / 40 Units 25 Source: Demolitions in progress report: FEMA (SAIC) BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 26. INAP Lot Clearings 450 400 388 Owner Complied 382 Cut & Cleared 350 321 INAP Lots TotalNumber of Lots Inspected by Contractor 300 250 231 200 164 158 150 131 114 113 Target: 125 / month 100 48 50 32 37 33 34 15 15 12 16 0 Source: Code Enforcement INAP BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 27. CODE LIEN FORECLOSURES27 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 28. 53 Files Accepted for Foreclosure proceedings in June & July Cumulative Totals Monthly Totals700 160 Cumulative Files Accepted Rejected: Various reasons Cumulative Files Rejected 603 Rejected: Noticing Issue 140600 Total Files Reviewed 14 Files Accepted 583 Cumulative Target for Writs Filed Writs Filed Target 120500 15 10 100400 73 Target: 83 352 38 32 321 80 299300 13 231 251 60 15200 170 27 40 120 68 3 63 61 57 11100 50 57 20 31 22 0 0 January February March April May June July January February March April May June July *Note: No information on rejected files was provided in April28 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit, 8/7/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 29. Outcomes of Sheriff’s Sales (Sept, 2011 – July, 2012) 29 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit 8/7/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 30. New Writs Filed Activity June & July, 2012 With prior Sheriff’s Sale outcomes30 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit 8/7/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 31. Upcoming Sheriff’s Sales (August & September) See last page of report for complete listing of properties by address, case #, and date 31 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit 8/7/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 32. Upcoming Sheriff ’s Sales (August & September) ADDRESS CDC # SALE DATE ADDRESS CDC # SALE DATE 2431-33 MILAN STREET 2010-12183 8/16/2012 2432-34 PAUGER ST. 2012-6045 9/13/2012 6313 MARIGNY STREET 2011-9031 8/16/2012 2504-06-08 PAUGER ST 2012-4240 9/13/2012 121-23 S. CORTEZ STREET 2012-4246 8/23/2012 2816-18 PAUGER ST 2012-6044 9/13/2012 13648 CAVELIER ROAD 2012-2045 8/23/2012 2927-29 PIETY 2012-6043 9/13/2012 1728-30 FELICIANA ST. 2012-4229 8/23/2012 3042-44 LOUISIANA AVE. PKWY. 2012-4687 9/13/2012 2619-21 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD 2012-4686 8/23/2012 3320 PAUGER ST 2011-6345 9/13/2012 6007 PAULINE DR. 2012-4258 8/23/2012 3501-03 AUDUBON CT 2011-1868 9/13/2012 432 S. SCOTT STREET 2011-5048 8/30/2012 3529 GIBSON ST. 2012-4234 9/13/2012 2000-02 FRANKLIN AVE. 2012-4228 9/6/2012 4024-4029 ROBERSTON ST 2012-6057 9/13/2012 1200-02 CLOUET ST. 2012-4244 9/13/2012 4319 THALIA ST 2012-4224 9/13/2012 1225 CLOUET ST. 2012-4245 9/13/2012 4500 KNIGHT DR. 2012-4231 9/13/2012 1330 ANNETTE ST. 2012-4260 9/13/2012 4540 WERNER DR 2012-6056 9/13/2012 1408-1410 SARATOGA 2012-6060 9/13/2012 4623 CARTIER 2012-6061 9/13/2012 1420 N. ROBERTSON ST. 2012-6059 9/13/2012 4708 WERNER DR 2012-4226 9/13/2012 1435 N. ROBERTSON ST. 2012-4274 9/13/2012 4726 ROSALIA DR 2011-3272 9/13/2012 1521 MANDEVILLE ST. 2012-4242 9/13/2012 4744 PECAN ST. 2012-6048 9/13/2012 1704 GENERAL OGDEN ST. 2012-4299 9/13/2012 4823 DREUX 2012-6049 9/13/2012 1724 ALLEN ST 2012-4254 9/13/2012 4917 ROSALIA 2012-6050 9/13/2012 1847 MONTEGUT ST. 2012-4286 9/13/2012 4920 CHRYSLER ST. 2012-4692 9/13/2012 1915 S. GAYOSO ST. 2012-4236 9/13/2012 4938 PECAN ST. 2012-4277 9/13/2012 1927 CLOUET ST 2011-6348 9/13/2012 5014 CORINNE ST. 2012-4249 9/13/2012 1927 WASHINGTON ST 2012-6052 9/13/2012 532 JACKSON AVE. 2012-6053 9/13/2012 1929 GOVERNOR NICHOLLS ST 2011-3622 9/13/2012 5500 URQUHART ST. 2012-4684 9/13/2012 1951-53 N. JOHNSON ST. 2012-4680 9/13/2012 6474 BELLAIRE 2012-2044 9/13/2012 2000-02 PENISTON ST. 2012-4315 9/13/2012 7332 BEACONFIELD DR. 2011-5627 9/13/2012 2005-07 CONGRESS ST. 2012-4682 9/13/2012 7511 HICKMAN AVE 2012-4272 9/13/2012 205 WEST PARK CT 2012-6054 9/13/2012 7537 FOREST GLEN RD. 2012-4693 9/13/2012 2100-02 MUSIC STREET 2012-4284 9/13/2012 7707 REINDEER ST. 2012-6051 9/13/2012 2113-15 ROUSSEAU ST 2012-4273 9/13/2012 9021 PEAR ST. 2011-4114 9/13/2012 2131 A.P. TUREAUD 2012-4278 9/13/2012 925 RACE ST 2012-6055 9/13/2012 2320-24 ANNETTE ST. 2012-4232 9/13/2012 934 N. GAYOSO ST 2012-4312 9/13/2012 2401 ROBERT ST 2012-4301 9/13/2012 9999 CYPRESS ACRES DR 2012-4275 9/13/2012 2418 PAUGER ST. 2012-6046 9/13/2012 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 33. Proceeds from Sheriff’s Sales (Code Lien foreclosures where the City of New Orleans is the Plaintiff)$400,000 Amount of Liens Collected from Sale $346,079 Taxes Collected from Sale$350,000 Proceeds from Sales (mix of taxes and liens) $72,700 Amount of Liens Collected- No Sale$300,000 $266,287$250,000 $235,037 $235,394 $111,872 $37,428$200,000 $136,511 $179,853 $23,581 $114,133 $137,247 $41,401$150,000 $61,079 $105,224 $28,304 $39,553$100,000 $87,353 $39,062 $84,983 $19,898 $161,500 $93,354 $64,996 $46,448 $62,114 $26,894 $57,623 $46,209 $3,605 $13,387 $110,148 $47,884 $40,580 $3,250 $112,918 $50,000 $4,530 $24,349 $16,497 $87,330 $82,199 $3,431 $12,029 $3,773 $51,243 $58,504 $58,412 $16,967 $40,580 $50,942 $5,000 $29,704 $36,422 $47,079 $6,921 $0 $6,921 $20,133 $0 $12,027 $15,575 Note: a few adjustments were made to the previously reported totals. March was previously reported as $180,478, February was previously reported as $64,99633 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit 8/7/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 34. REINVESTMENT34 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 35. NORA/LLT Inventory Disposition Property Sales-June & July, 2012 Inventory Status as of July 31, 2012 (16) Auction, 3, (3,059) 19% Lot Next Door, Neighborhood 7, 44% Based Sale, 2, 12% Development, 4, 25% Under Contract, Properties Previously Sold through 703, 23% May 31, 2012 (2,042) Inventory, Neighborhood 2,356, Based Sale, 330, 16% 77% Lot Next Door, In June & July: 983, 48% Auction, 311, 27 properties were returned to inventory 15% 6 new properties were acquired by LLT Development,Note: 25 properties were sold in May, 2012 – this was 418, 21%previously reported as 22 properties. With these 3 additionalproperties, the 27 returned to inventory, and the 16 sold inJune & July brings the total under contract from 749 to 703Source: NORA, July 30th, 2012 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 36. NORA Inventory Sold36 Source: NORA 8/8/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 37. NORA Redevelopment ProgramsRehabilitation/Renovation New Construction136 Units completed 245 Units completedJan 1, 2009 – July, 2012 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 38. Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 NSP2 Dollars Allocated (Total NSP2 Award $29,782,103.00 )$35,000,000$30,000,000 Remaining NSP2$25,000,000 Funds $9,679,399$20,000,000$15,000,000 NSP2 Units Completed NSP2 Grant Complete: Sold 32$10,000,000 Expended to Date Complete: Rented 43 $20,102,704 Complete: Ready for sale/rent 92 $5,000,000 167 Units Completed to Date $0 Source: NORA 8/8/12 BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 39. Office of Community Development Status of housing units under contract: May –> July, 2012 Total Under Units in Pre- Units Under Units Units Completed Contract Development Development Completed 2012 2010-2011Rental Housing Program 477 41 403 33 May total The Rental Housing Program provides affordable rental housing for low-moderate income families. Funds are +90 provided to Not-For Profit and For-Profit Housing -8 1,018 Development Organizations for the acquisition, -8 rehabilitation, new construction and soft development cost associated with developing affordable rental housing. 469 41 305 123 July totalHomeownership Development Program This program provides homeownership opportunities by 149 85 48 16 May total 6 developing properties through acquisition, rehabilitation or new construction of homes that will be sold to low-income +2 families. Not-for-Profit and For-Profit Housing -1 -1 -1 Development Organizations can apply for HOME funds to subsidize the cost of construction, land acquisition and down payment assistance that will produce a code 148 45 18 July total 5 compliant home.Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Program The Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Program provides financial assistance to low-income homeowners to enable them to bring their residences into compliance with the 335 204 83 48 July total (no change) 326 Federal Government’s Housing Quality Standards and the International Residential Code adopted by the City of New Orleans. The program is administered by Not-For-Profit NOTE: Green arrows and text reflect movement between reporting periods Housing Organizations and In-House OCD staff. Red numbers indicate projects that have been cancelled Source: Office of Community Development (OCD), 39 May -> July reporting periods BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 40. Soft Second mortgages through July 31st BlightSTAT July, 2012
  • 41. Evaluation Form Are you a city employee or a member of the public? On a scale 1-5, how useful was this meeting to you? (1= least useful and 5= most useful) What’s working? What’s not working?41 BlightSTAT July, 2012