BlightStat March 8, 2012

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BlightStat is the performance management program designed to track the City of New Orleans' progress in meeting the Mayor's goal of eliminating 10,000 properties in 3 years (since Oct, 2010)

BlightStat is the performance management program designed to track the City of New Orleans' progress in meeting the Mayor's goal of eliminating 10,000 properties in 3 years (since Oct, 2010)

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  • 1. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS BlightSTAT Reporting Period: February, 2012 www.nola.gov/opa Office of Performance & Accountability
  • 2. Agenda 8:00-8:30 Inspections 8:30-9:00 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 February, 2012
  • 3. INSPECTIONS3 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 4. Inspections by Type and Result Type of Inspection by Month Inspection Findings by Type 1200 1101 910 715 830 894 of Origin Reinspection Posting of Judgment Violation No Work in Progress 1000 Posting of Hearing Violation WIP 205 Initial Inspection Occupied; Change of Owner; Address Not Found 50 Abated / In ComplianceNumber of Inspections Completed 800 212 313 298 Reinspection 229 41 11 17 313 600 254 31 172 Posting of Judgment 154 13 1 4 64 61 Feb 400 382 214 166 634 146 Posting of Hearing 124 13 2 27 200 254 239 258 184 Initial Inspection 202 15 24 17 0 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb 0 100 200 300 400 2011 2012 Number of Inspections Completed 4 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Completed by BlightSTAT February, 2012 Inspector Report – Accela Systems
  • 5. Timeliness of Inspections Service Level Agreement (SLA) is to complete initial inspections within 30 days of scheduled date Majority of Open Complaint Completed Complaint Inspections Inspections Exceed SLA 300 300 185 283 278 275 262 1000 510 78 162 126 145Number of “HCEC” Complaint inspections awaiting completion 27 200 200 Number of “HCEC” Complaint inspections completed 43 38 22 64 17 73 100 24 53 100 68 100 169 6 8 92 18 11 78 85 8 5 73 22 23 30 48 1 0 12 21 23 0 (74) (82) (60) (125) (83) (75) (81) (136) (150) (100) (100) 10 Over 90 days Over 90 days 61-90 days 61-90 days (200) (200) 31-60 days 31-60 days 0-30 days 0-30 days (276) Total Complaints Open Total Complaints Completed (300) 1 (300) October November December January February October November December January February 5 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Scheduled and BlightSTAT February, 2012 Completed by Inspector Reports – Accela Systems
  • 6. Completed Inspection ResultsFebruary, 2012 6 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Completed by BlightSTAT February, 2012 Inspector Report – Accela Systems
  • 7. HEARINGS7 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 8. Timeliness of Hearings Process Majority of Cases Reviewed by Hearings Bureau Exceed SLA of 60 days 1600 Over 120 days 1400 91-120 days 61-90 days 1200 0-60 daysNumber of Cases Heard Total Completed 1000 329 584 453 534 296 800 600 400 Average 461 373 time to 497 hearing 200 227 283 since initial inspection is 63 49 22 19 9 255 days 0 10 25 42 14 3 (29) (49) (16) (4) (1) (200) October November December January February Note: *Correct procedure for backlog creation is currently under review8 Source: Hearings Bureau, Hearing Docket Report BlightSTAT February, 2012 Hearings Backlog Report
  • 9. Distribution of Hearings Outcomes 100% Complied 15% 13% 16% 15% 17% Resets: WIP or Conditional 90% 19% 22% Guilty 26% Dismissed; Owner Legal Issue;Proportions based on Number of Cases Heard 80% State Program Delay 20% Reset: No Reinspection 20% 25% 19% 70% 24% 22% 19% Guilty 25% 60% 15% 12% 14% 8% 16% 15% 15% 50% 13% 14% 13% 20% 40% 23% 8% 12% 15% 30% 13% 20% 40% 37% 36% 32% 31% 30% 29% 23% 10% 0% July August September October November December January February BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 10. What is the Final Outcome of the Hearings Process? Current Status of Properties in Adjudication by Most Recent Hearing Date Final outcomes Complied Reset: Work IN Progress; Conditional Guilty Require 600 additional Wrong Location; Wrong Owner; State hearing Program Delay; Owner Legal Issue Reset: Not Reinspected - Reset: Not Reinspected 500 GuiltyNumber of Unique Addresses 95 400 141 119 3 83 300 73 14 56 81 66 5 57 200 66 1 71 38 31 1 1 43 46 29 1 25 12 224 100 71 71 201 156 175 45 1 56 8 15 1 106 120 106 15 8 25 54 42 52 38 0 1 11 Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb 2011 2012 Source: Hearings Bureau, compiled Hearing Docket Report BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 11. Current Status of Properties in Adjudication As of February 2012Source: Hearings Docket Report, retrieved on 3/1/12 from Accelafor period of Jan 1, 2011 – Feb 29, 201211 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 12. Upcoming Hearings Information now available on www.data.nola.gov BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 13. ABATEMENT13 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 14. Demolitions by Program 300 Demolished Units by Month and Program FEMA - Units 250 NORA - Units 40 SDER - UnitsNumber of Units 200 IDC - Units 1 100 7 150 31 22 136 100 150 15 86 106 47 73 12 2 50 23 62 25 15 34 33 16 18 10 31 7 18 29 15 0 7 3 7 July August September October November December January February 3000 Cumulative Demolitions since Oct 1, 2010 2728 2833 FEMA - Units 2453 2500 NORA - Units 2211 2302 1958 2026 SDER - Units 1826 Number of Units 2000 IDC - Units 1652 1473 Units - Cumulative All 1500 1189 888 1000 499 596 427 500 245 99 0 Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor): FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (CDM), IDC (Durr), 14 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 15. Demolitions by Program February 2012 Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor): FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (CDM), IDC (Durr),15 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 16. New Orleans FEMA Demolitions February 2012 Phase Jan Feb Properties Change Description01 | LLT/NORA 58 58 0 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 40 40 0 s Reviewing properties to determine best disposition s Highly damaged properties may be demolished and sold03 | Inspection 88 97 +9 s Does not have a future hearing date set s Non-adjudicated and awaiting inspection and hearing04 | Hearing 70 56 -14 s Has an initial or reset hearing date in the future s Awaiting judgment s Newly adjudicated05 | Noticing 49 19 -30 s In process of notice of judgment and intent to demolish s Homeowner appeal period06 | Local Historic 9 16 +7 s Adjudicated and waiting historic committee meeting s NCDC, HDLC, or City Council decision07 | Legal Review 42 40 -2 s Adjudicated and waiting Law Department review s Ensuring proper notice of hearing, judgment, & intent08 | Salvage 17 20 +3 s FEMA Historic Preservation determined for Salvage s Permitting and selective salvage come before ACM testing09 | ACM Test 3 14 +11 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 38 26 -12 contractor s Awaiting abatement (when required) and demolition s May be waiting for utilities disconnects12 | Demolished 111 134 +23 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 103 72 -31 s NCDC/HDLC Denials s Official City or State requests to place on hold s Homeowner has brought property into compliance14 | In Compliance 287 322 +35 s Includes properties demolished by owner s Public nuisance and blight remediated Change in February: 35 to Compliance 23 Demolitions / 48 Units16 Source: Demolitions in progress report: FEMA (SAIC) BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 17. Lot Clearings through Interim Nuisance Abatement Program (INAP)– February, 2012 with historic context Source: INAP Interventions reported by Code Enforcement, INAP Manager on behalf of contractor 17 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 18. Lower 9th WardLot-Clearing Pilot ProgramOver 1200 cuts completed through February, 2012 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 19. All FEMA Trailers have been250 removed from Orleans Parish 204200 168 157150 145100 47 50 34 29 12 7 6 5 2 1 0 0 http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/nationnow/2012/02/last-fema-trailer- Source: Safety & Permits, FEMA leaves-new-orleans-six-years-after-hurricane-katrina.html 19 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 20. CODE LIEN FORECLOSURES20 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 21. 63 of 116 Files Accepted for Foreclosure Sold to NORA or Road Home Demolitions proceedings during Period 160 In Compliance / Occupied 2 Noticing Issue 140 Liens cancelled/rescinded 120 4 Involved in Bankruptcy 1 Proceedings 73 Homestead Exemption 100 38 Bank Writ Predates Judgment 80 4 Files Accepted 11 60 12 4 Target: 63 files 40 accepted 57 63 per month 20 0 January February21 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 22. Outcomes of 32 Properties Scheduled for Sheriffs Sale in February 3 3 3 Included in Sale Property Sold 1 7 No Bid, No Sale Service/Notice Issues Curator Issues Court Related Stop Holds Lien Paid 1522 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 23. Results from Code Lien Foreclosure process Properties sold and liens paid (October, 2011 – February, 2012)23 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 24. Proceeds from Sales Amount of Liens Collected from Sale Taxes Collected from Sale$400,000 Proceeds from Sales (mix of taxes and liens) Amount of Liens Collected- No Sale $346,072$350,000 Total Collected $1,618,599 $72,700$300,000 $266,287$250,000 $235,006 $235,394 $111,872 $37,428$200,000 $136,511 $23,581 $114,133$150,000 $137,244 $61,079* $39,553 $105,204$100,000 $87,330 $39,062 $19,898 $161,500 $93,354 $46,448 $62,109 $26,894 $61,378 $46,201 $3,605 $112,918 $50,000 $13,387 $87,330 $82,199 $4,530 $24,348 $16,497 $12,027 $3,773 $51,243 $58,504 $58,412 $5,000 $36,422 $43,461 $29,704 $12,027 $15,575 $0 March April May June July August September October November December January February *The $61,079 reported for November was not shown graphically in Jan, 2012 report, but was included in the total figure 24 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 25. Upcoming Sheriff Sales (March & April) New Writs Filed (February) 25 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 26. REINVESTMENT26 BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 27. NORA Inventory Disposition Status of State-owned Properties 45 NORA Sales in February Orleans Parish Neighborh Developer Sold, ood Bid, 2 RFP, 2 1,836 Auction, 20 Lot NextInventory* Door, 21 2,667 Sale Pending, Auction Sold 602 Lot Next Door Sale Pending Inventory* Inventory properties are being assessed Neighborhood Bid for sale, development, & transfer to Developer RFP NORA.Source: NORA BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 28. Disposition plan of State-owned properties in Orleans Parish Drawdown Date Disposed Properties* Feb. 8, 2012 500 Mar. 1, 2012 500 Apr. 1, 2012 500 May 1, 2012 2,157 Grand total 3,657 * Property dispositions include auctions, development agreements, and transfers to NORA.28 Source: NORA BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 29. Office of Community Development Development Units Status Total Under Units in Pre- Units Under Units Completed Contract Development Development 2010-Present Rental Housing Program The Rental Housing Program provides affordable rental housing for low-moderate income families. Funds are provided to Not- For Profit and For-Profit Housing Development Organizations 404 108 295 1 for the acquisition, rehabilitation, new construction and soft development cost associated with developing affordable rental housing. Homeownership Development Program This program provides homeownership opportunities by developing properties through acquisition, rehabilitation or new construction of homes that will be sold to low-income 159 99 40 20 families. Not-for-Profit and For-Profit Housing Development Organizations can apply for HOME funds to subsidize the cost of construction, land acquisition and down payment assistance that will produce a code 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 Federal 299 29 122 148 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 Housing Organizations and In-House OCD staff.29 Source: Office of Community Development (OCD) BlightSTAT February, 2012
  • 30. 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?30 BlightSTAT February, 2012