[SLIDE: Introductions]Borough Director: Welcome everyone, my name is Christopher Shaffner , Director of Manhattan Property Management and I am glad to be here with you. Before we begin I would like to let you know that we have available Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Sign Language Interpreters; in addition to simultaneous interpretation equipment. I will now ask the interpreters to introduce themselvesEvery conversation begins with an introduction so let’s begin by taking a few minutes to get to know each other. So to get started my name is Christopher Shaffner, I live in x, I have lived there for X years and I am [personal fact]. Then introduce NYCHA senior staff , senior NYPD representatives, the CCOP representatives and ask resident leaders to stand and wave to identify themselves. At each table is a Facilitator—please raise your hands. With their help, we are going to go around the table and ask each person to share their name, where you live and one personal fact about yourself. ..Okay, let’s take 10 minutes. [10 min] [Break out to tables – Facilitators lead introductions. Facilitators monitor time and then bring everyone’s attention to the front]
Deidra Gilliard:In accordance with Section 5A of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, Housing Authorities are required to develop, with review and input from residents and the general public, an Annual Plan that outlines their priorities for the upcoming year. As mandated, NYCHA has developed a Draft Agency Plan for FY 2013. In order to facilitate comments, the Authority will hold 5 Round Table Meetings during the month of June. Every resident should have received a letter from the Chairman with the Annual Plan notice in their recent rent bill. Flyers for the Roundtables were placed under every residents’ door. They were also posted in every building, senior and community center and property management offices. The flyers were also translated into Spanish, Chinese and Russian. The Customer Contact Center has also made calls to every household with information about the roundtables and public hearing.
Deidra Gilliard:The Draft Plan was made available on May 17, 2012 for public inspection at NYCHA’s principal office at 250 Broadway, on NYCHA’s website, at each local Public Housing development management office, at all Community Operations/Management & Leased Housing Borough Offices, and at 9 designated Community Centers. The Draft Plan was also sent to all Resident Advisory Board (RAB) delegates and alternates, to each TA President and Section 8 RAB Representatives. In addition, NYCHA encourages residents, advocates and the public to provide written comments on the Draft Plan for FY 2013. The comments will be accepted via fax, through the mail and collected at each of the Round Table Meetings.
Deidra Gilliard:In an attempt to accurately reflect NYCHA’s most critical priorities and needs, the Draft Plan is an evolving document. The purpose of this Round Table meeting today is to provide a venue where residents and the public are invited comment on the Draft Plan. NYCHA staff will make brief presentations on the topics listed on the screen. Residents and the public will meet for 30 minutes at your tables to discuss your comments and suggestions. NYCHA staff are at each table to act as facilitators and note takers. At the end of the 30 minutes each table will have the opportunity to read out their comments to everyone. There will then be an open mike for half an hour for additional questions and comments.
Deidra Gilliard:We hope that as many people as possible will have an opportunity to express their comments. So before we begin, let’s go over the following ground rules. The passing out of materials, photo taking and video recordings are not allowed, however, a “General Information” station is available outside where leaflets and flyers may be displayed. Resource tables have been set up outside with information so that the end of the meeting you can pick-up information which may be of interest to you on: Resident Employment Services, Fair Housing, Family Services, Citywide Programs, and Health. Introduce Tina Lam, Director of the Applications and Tenancy Administration Department, to discuss the 1st topic- Eligibility and Admissions
Tina Lam: Currently 3 out of 5 vacant apartments are offered to transfers. NYCHA is considering increasing the number of vacant apartments available to transfers over new applicants. Modification of NYCHA’s Tenant Selection and Assignment Plan (TSAP) to:1. Optimize apartment usagemore than 55,000 NYCHA families are residing in underoccupied apartments more than 15,000 NYCHA families are residing in overcrowded apartment more than 160,000 applications on NYCHA’s public housing waiting list2. Give priority for rental of vacant apartments to NYCHA residents transfers first (over applicants).Choice to remain in same or another development
Tina Lam:At the end of slide, introduce Andreas Spitzer, Acting Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, to discuss Topic 2 – Financial Resources
Andreas Spitzer: Rent example: A three-person family with an income of $44k living in a 2 bedroom apartment will have a new rent of $641, a $39 increase over their current rent of $602. Overall, the average rent for the Flat Rent households will increase about $60 in 2013.
Andreas Spitzer:At end of slide, introduce Raymond Ribeiro, Executive Vice- President for Capital Projects, to discuss Topic 3 – Capital Projects
Ray Ribeiro:ARRA$423M-bricks, roofs, elevators-mixed finance transactions-Over 730 resident hires
Ray Ribeiro:2.7B since 2006 vs identified need of 6.9BDiscuss potential 30B need28% need in 1-5 vs 56%(more than 50%) need in 1-5
Ray Ribeiro:Structural work/exteriors represents principally building envelope work and major renovationsElevators represents 9 percent of Plan, Heating and Plumbing represent 8 percentFollowing $500 million bond issue, 13 percent of all funding sources towards debt serviceAt end of slide, introduce Patrick O’Hagan, Director of Security, who will now speak about topic 4 –Safety and Crime Prevention
$2.4 billion total planned funding sources, 68 percent FederalCFFP bond issue of $500 million, 21 percent
Ray Ribeiro:Structural work/exteriors represents principally building envelope work and major renovationsElevators represents 9 percent of Plan, Heating and Plumbing represent 8 percentFollowing $500 million bond issue, 13 percent of all funding sources towards debt serviceAt end of slide, introduce Patrick O’Hagan, Director of Security, who will now speak about topic 4 –Safety and Crime Prevention – No JOKES!
Patrick O’Hagan: Change text of opening statement to 78% of NYCHA respondents to a 2010 Resident Survey of selected developments reported that they were fearful of crime in their development.
Patrick O’Hagan: At the end of slide, introduce, Deidra Gilliard, Executive Vice President for Community Operations, to discuss topic 5 - Community Service.
Alan Pelikow: How many people here know about Community Service?You should ALL know because since 2003 NYCHA has been sending 2 letters per year to each head of household (HOH) explaining the requirement and providing the status of each family memberThe requirement was created by the federal government in 1998 as part of the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility ActIt requires all unemployed public housing residents between the ages of 18-60 who are not otherwise exempt to perform 8 hours of community service or participate in 8 hours of economic self-sufficiency activities each month (96 hours per year)Enforcement was postponed until 2003 (Congressman Charles Rangel)Resident violation of the service requirement is grounds for non-renewal of lease (i.e. termination of tenancy) at the end of the twelve month term
Alan Pelikow:At end of presentation, turn over to Deidra Gilliard.
Deidra Gilliard: We will now meet for the next 20 minutes at your tables to discuss your comments and suggestions. NYCHA staff are at each table to act as facilitators and note takers. At the end of the 20 minutes the facilitator at each table will have the opportunity to read out their table’s comments to everyone. There will then be an open mike for half an hour for additional questions and comments. Please make sure you have filled out a speakers slip.
Deidra Gilliard: – We hope that as many people as possible will have an opportunity to express their comments. So before we begin, let’s go over the following ground rules:1. If you wish to speak, first you must fill out a “Speakers Slip”. They are available in the entrance area at the table marked “Speaker Sign in” Please line up at each of the microphones in the center aisles and wait your turn to speak. Each speaker is allowed 3 minutes to speak. On the stage, you will see a timer with three lights. When you begin to speak, the green light will be on and the timer will begin to count down. When the yellow light is lit, it means that you should start to conclude your remarks. When the red light is turned on, your three minutes to provide comment are over. A table has been set up outside so that written comments may also be submitted.2. Numbered speaker slips are non transferable and if you are not present or do not wish to speak when your name and number is called, you will forfeit the opportunity to speak3. The hearing is being recorded and transcribed by a stenographer so please speak only from the microphones in the aisles and identify yourself and your development or affiliation.4. Remember we are here to comment on NYCHA’s FY 2011 Draft Annual Plan. Any personal comments on, criticisms of or oral attacks on NYCHA personnel, resident representatives, and public attendees or any demeaning, discriminatory or ethnic slurs, or vulgar language will not be tolerated. I, as the moderator of this evening’s meeting, reserve the right to immediately move on to the next speaker on line if any comments are deemed inappropriate. The Moderator on the stage is in charge of the Public Hearing, please be considerate of your neighbors and obey the moderator’s directions.5. We are here to consider issues that are of concern to everyone; not issues that concern only a single resident or individual. If you have an issue that concerns only you or your apartment, we have tables set up outside specifically for that purpose. You may fill out a resident response form at the table outside marked “Residents Complaints”.
Deidra Gilliard: This concludes the Roundtable meeting for tonight.
Annual Plan for Fiscal Year 2014 Presentation - Manhattan (Chinese)
New York City Housing Authority紐約市房屋局「2013財政年度計劃」曼哈頓區專題研討會Johnson Community Center約翰遜公房社區中心2012年6月7日
年度計劃公眾諮詢– 專題研討會3參加方法: 致電 (212) 306-3800 或電郵至EVENTSRSVP@NYCHA.NYC.GOV 報名2012年6月5日 –布魯克林區NY Technical College紐約市立大學科技學院285 Jay Street2012年6月14日 –史旦頓島Stapleton Community Center斯泰普爾頓公房社區中心230 Broad Street2012年6月7日 – 曼哈頓區Johnson Community Center約翰遜公房社區中心1829 Lexington Avenue2012年6月18日 –布朗克斯區Classic (Melrose) Center梅爾蘿斯公房社區中心286 East 156th Street2012年6月12日 – 皇后區Electrical Industry Center電業中心67-35 Parsons Blvd (Jewel Avenue旁)各區年度計劃專題研討會均定於傍晚6時至晚上8時30分舉行
年度計劃公眾諮詢– 專題研討會4年度計劃公開聽證會定於傍晚5時30分至晚上8時舉行2012年7月25日Manhattan Center Studios曼哈頓中心311 West 34th StreetNew York, NY 10001遞交書面意見方式:郵寄 :Public Housing Agency Plan CommentsChurch Street StationP.O. Box 3422New York, New York 10008-3422傳真: (212) 306-7905
議題 3: 基建項目19$420$270($876)($1,000)($800)($600)($400)($200)$0$200$4002001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012InMillionsofDollarsFederal Capital Funding Decline Since 2001Annual Federal Capital Grant Cumulative Loss vs 2001 Funding Level以百萬美元計聯邦基建資金逐年遞減累積損失多達 8.76 億美元聯邦年度基建補助金 累積削減金額 (與2001 年撥款金額相比)