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BlightStat April 12, 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: March, 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 March, 2012
  • 3. INSPECTIONS3 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 4. Inspections by Type and Result Type of Inspection by Month Inspection Findings 910 715 830 894 968 1200 Reinspection Violation No Work in Progress Posting of Judgment Violation WIPTotal Number of Inspections (excludes demolition inspections) 1000 Posting of Hearing Occupied; Change of Owner; Address Not Found Initial Inspection Road Home Abated / In Compliance 800 302 313 298 Reinspection 235 35 6 26 313 600 254 31 207 172 Posting of Judgment 177 14 16 64 61 Mar 400 382 168 214 166 146 Posting of Hearing 134 10 5 19 200 258 291 254 239 184 Initial Inspection 227 10 30 3 21 0 Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 0 100 200 300 400 2011 2012 4 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Completed by BlightSTAT March, 2012 Inspector Report – Accela Systems
  • 5. Timeliness of Inspections Target is to complete initial inspections within 30 days of scheduled date Majority of Open Complaint Completed Complaint Inspections Inspections Exceed Target Over 90 days Over 90 days400 61-90 days 61-90 days 31-60 days 1000 31-60 days 0-30 days 0-30 days Total Complaints Open Total Complaints Completed300 283 278 275 262 297 78 162 126 145 200 250200 200 43 100 22 64 150 72 17 73100 24 53 100 68 38 6 8 18 29 92 85 50 78 62 73 22 23 48 5 9 1 21 23 15 0 0 12 10 (74) (82) (60) (50) (75) (125) (125) (83) (81) (150)(100) (100) (147) (150)(200) 1 (200) November December January February March November December January February March 5 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Scheduled and BlightSTAT March, 2012 Completed by Inspector Reports – Accela Systems
  • 6. Inspections Trend 2011-2012 25,000 Inspections Cumulative Target Inspections Trend - 2012(including Demolition inspections) Total Number of Inspections 20,000 20000 15,000 10,000 5000 5,000 4235 2755 1312 0 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 7. Completed Inspection ResultsMarch, 2012 7 Source: Code Enforcement, Inspections Completed by BlightSTAT March, 2012 Inspector Report – Accela Systems
  • 8. HEARINGS8 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 9. Distribution of Hearings Outcomes by Period 100% CompliedSize of bar is not representative of thequantity of cases 15% 13% 15% 16% 17% 90% 19% 26% 22% 22% Resets: WIP or Conditional Guilty 80% Dismissed; Owner Legal Issue; 20% 19% 20% State Program Delay 25% 70% 24% Reset: No Reinspection 22% 19% 25% heard per month 60% 25% Guilty 15% 12% 14% 8% 16% 15% 15% 50% 13% 14% 15% 13% 20% 40% 23% 8% 12% 15% 5% 30% 13% 20% 40% 37% 36% 32% 31% 30% 32% 29% 23% 10% 0% July August September October November December January February March BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 10. Current Status of Properties in Adjudication Grouped by month of Initial InspectionFinal (does not show properties pending adjudication) 600 Compliedoutcomes Reset: Work IN Progress; Conditional Guilty Require additional 500 Wrong Location; Wrong Owner; State Program Delay; Owner Legal Issue hearing Reset: Not Reinspected - Reset: Not Reinspected 155 Number of Unique Addresses 400 Guilty 26 115 101 300 73 29 80 6 20 68 24 75 58 200 6 10 39 83 6 28 117 35 5 258 10 16 1 60 100 3 195 194 24 47 6 177 22 2 14 1 131 19 9 4 119 14 12 1 10 3 8 1 69 20 11 66 5 14 1 6 40 4 5 1 40 53 6 2 6 1 20 16 1 14 3 4 1 2 0 8 10 5 1 Nov Dec Dec Jan Feb Apr Sep Nov Aug Jan Feb Mar Oct May Oct Jul Jun <10/1/2010 or (blank) <10/1/2010 2010 2011 2012 Source: Hearings Bureau, compiled Hearing Docket Report BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 11. ABATEMENT11 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 12. Demolitions by Program FEMA - Units Demolished Units by Month and Program 300 NORA - Units 250 SDER - Units 40 IDC - Units Number of Units 200 1 100 7 150 31 22 136 100 69 150 15 73 86 106 47 12 2 50 62 25 46 23 15 34 16 18 12 10 31 33 7 18 29 15 17 0 7 3 7 July August September October November December January February March 3500 Cumulative Demolitions since Oct 1, 2010 FEMA - Units 2977 2728 2833 3000 NORA - Units SDER - Units 2453 2500 2211 2302Number of Units IDC - Units 1958 2026 Units - Cumulative All 1826 2000 1652 1473 1500 1189 888 1000 596 427 499 500 245 99 0 Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor): 12 FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (CDM), IDC (Durr), BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 13. Demolitions by Program February 2012 Source: Demolitions reported by Program (Contractor): FEMA (SAIC), SDER (DRC), NORA (CDM), IDC (Durr),13 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 14. New Orleans FEMA Demolitions March 2012 Phase Feb Mar Properties Change Description01 | LLT/NORA 58 59 +1 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 19 -21 s Reviewing properties to determine best disposition s Highly damaged properties may be demolished and sold03 | Inspection 97 84 -13 s Does not have a future hearing date set s Non-adjudicated and awaiting inspection and hearing04 | Hearing 56 47 -9 s Has an initial or reset hearing date in the future s Awaiting judgment s Newly adjudicated05 | Noticing 19 28 +9 s In process of notice of judgment and intent to demolish s Homeowner appeal period06 | Local Historic 16 9 -7 s Adjudicated and waiting historic committee meeting s NCDC, HDLC, or City Council decision07 | Legal Review 40 22 -18 s Adjudicated and waiting Law Department review s Ensuring proper notice of hearing, judgment, & intent08 | Salvage 20 13 -7 s FEMA Historic Preservation determined for Salvage s Permitting and selective salvage come before ACM testing09 | ACM Test 14 15 +1 s For non-salvage properties testing precedes permitting s Awaiting testing or test results10 | Permit 6 11 +5 s Ready to be permitted for demolition s Awaiting application, payment, or delivery of permit s Transmitted or ready to transmit to demolition11 | Transmit 26 32 +6 contractor s Awaiting abatement (when required) and demolition s May be waiting for utilities disconnects12 | Demolished 134 164 +30 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 72 63 -9 s NCDC/HDLC Denials s Official City or State requests to place on hold s Homeowner has brought property into compliance14 | In Compliance 322 355 +33 s Includes properties demolished by owner s Public nuisance and blight remediatedChange in March: 33 to Compliance / 15 Salvaged 30 Demolitions / 69 Units 14 Source: Demolitions in progress report: FEMA (SAIC) BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 15. 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 15 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 16. CODE LIEN FORECLOSURES16 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 17. 50 of 65 Files Accepted for Foreclosure proceedings during periodSold to NORA or Road Home 160Demolitions 2In Compliance / Occupied 140Noticing IssueLiens cancelled/rescinded 120 4Involved in Bankruptcy Proceedings 1 73 100Homestead Exemption 38Bank Writ Predates Judgment 80Files Accepted 1 4 60 12 41 Target: 63 15 files 40 accepted 57 63 per month 50 20 0 January February March17 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 18. Upcoming Sheriff Sales (April & May) New Writs Filed (March) 18 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 19. Outcomes of 36 Properties Scheduled for Sheriffs Sale in March Included in Sale 2 2 1 Property Sold 10 No Bid, First Sale No Bid, Second Sale Service/Notice Issues Curator Issues Court Related Stop 14 4 Holds Lien Paid 3Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 20. Results from Code Lien Foreclosure sales Properties sold and liens paid (March, 2012)20 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 21. Cumulative Results from Code Lien Foreclosure process (Sept, 2011 – March, 2012)21 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 22. 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 $346,079$350,000 2011 Total Collected $72,700$300,000 $266,287$250,000 $235,037 $235,394 $111,872 $37,428$200,000 $136,511 $180,478 $23,581 $114,133 $137,247 $41,401$150,000 $61,079 $105,224 $28,304 $39,553$100,000 $87,353 $39,062 $19,898 $161,500 $46,448 $62,114 $93,354 $61,378 $26,894 $46,209 $3,605 $50,000 $112,918 $13,387 $110,773 $24,349 $87,330 $82,199 $4,530 $16,497 $12,029 $51,243 $58,504 $58,412 $3,773 $5,000 $36,422 $43,461 $29,704 $12,027 $15,575 $0 22 Source: Law Department, Housing Unit BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 23. REINVESTMENT23 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 24. NORA/LLT Inventory Disposition Property Sales: March 2012 (72) Inventory Status as of March 31, 2012 (3,152) Auction , 28 LND, 42 RFP, 2 Pending Sale, 833, 26% Properties Previously Sold to March 2012 (1,886) Request For Grant Programs, Proposals, 272, Auction, 265, 14% 68, 4% 14% Land Swap, 46, 2% Neighborhood- based sale, 262, 13% Inventory, Neighborhood 2319, 74% Initiated Lot Next Door, 906, Dispositions, 67, 48% 4%Source: NORA, April 5th 2012 BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 25. Disposition plan of State-owned properties in Orleans Parish Per Period Cumulative Reporting Period Actual Goal Actuals Goals February 2012 541 500 541 498 March 2012 70 500 611 1000 April 2012 - 500 - 1500 May 2012 - 2133 - 3633 * Property dispositions include auctions, development agreements, and transfers to NORA.25 Source: NORA BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 26. Office of Community Development Development Unit Status (no change) Total Under Units in Pre- Units Under Units Completed Units Completed Contract Development Development 2012 2010-2011Rental 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 404 108 295 1 1,018 Development Organizations 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 families. Not-for-Profit and For-Profit Housing 159 99 40 20 50 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 299 29 122 148 221 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 Housing Organizations and In-House OCD staff.26 Source: Office of Community Development (OCD) BlightSTAT March, 2012
  • 27. 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?27 BlightSTAT March, 2012