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Smith Houses has a $227 million unmet need for capital improvements over the next 5 years.

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  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseIntroduction: Good Evening everyone and welcome. I ask that everyone place take a seat we are about to begin the meeting.My name is Cecil House and I am the General Manager for the New York City Housing Authority. Tonight’s meeting is a very important meeting about preserving public housing. This is a start of many more conversations to come.It is a pleasure to be here – we have NYCHA staff from various departments – Development, Communications, Capital Projects, Operations, REES. But before we begin the meeting I would like to inform you of the following [Ask Interpreters to come up to podium]: We have available interpreters in Spanish, Chinese and Russian. They are going to come up now and introduce themselves and explain that we have wireless interpretation equipment; that will enable you to hear the presentation simultaneously in Spanish, Chinese and Russian.We also have sign languages interpreters who will be signing during the presentationI would like to go over some Ground Rules:We are here to listenIf you would like to speak or ask a question – we ask that you complete a speaker slip [Hold up a sample of speaker slip] This is a meeting for residents so we are going to take questions from residents first and then move on to other questions if time permits.We ask that your comments are respectful and that you be considerate of others and allow them time to share their questionsIf you have any personal and/or specific need or issue related to your apartment – please raise your hand, NYCHA staff is here to assist you.
  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseTonight’s meeting is a conversation about preserving, maintaining and protecting public housing for another 79 years. We want public housing to be here for future generations. As you know Baruch is 54 years old and is the largest development in Manhattan. I know that this important for you because you have taken the time out to come to this meeting.This is a continuation of several years of conversation that we have had going back to 2006 when NYCHA embarked on the first Plan to Preserve Public Housing to find alternative ideas and ways to preserve public housing.[HOLD UP 2006 PPPH Booklet] In this plan we talked about many ways to generate revenue to maintain and preserve this vital resource called public housing
  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseIn 2011 we introduced Plan NYCHA which was a collaborative effort again continuing the conversation. [HOLD Plan NYCHA Report up]
  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseMany of you may have participated in the Plan NYCHA roundtables and community conversations across the city were more than a dozens of meetings that NYCHA held with residents, elected officials and other key stakeholders. –
  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseEmphasis the points on the slide – WE are not doing anything else but preserving public housing for the future.Preserve – this NOT about demolishing, selling or privatizing public housingRestore – But in order to preserve public housing we need to restore financial stability. How do we transform the way we do things?Transforming – we can NO longer continue to do business the way we have been. We cannot have residents waiting for much needed repairs. We need to be much more efficient and better at what we do. Improve: When we transform and do better we provide better customer service.So we all share the same interest which is to preserve public housing. But the big challenge is achieving financial stability. All this preservation requires money and resources. Which NYCHA DOES NOT have right now.
  • Presenter – General Manager Cecil HouseImagine that this big ball represents the more than 400,000 residents and over 2,500 buildings that make up NYCHA. Or imagine that this ball represents Baruch Houses and the over 5,400 families that call this home.For a very long time we have not received the adequate amount of funding from the federal governmentRegulatory burdens such as having to pay prevailing wages to all of employees, contractors and vendors are costly to NYCHAAging buildings – Most of our buildings are more than 40 years old – Therefore they require more maintenance and repairs and we need to find a way to prevent the buildings from decaying any further.So we are pushing this big boulder up a hill.
  • Presenter – Presenter – General Manager Cecil House will ask staff from Capital Projects and Operations to explain Capital and Operation FundingSo this is very important I want to talk about the two sources of funding we receive.I am going to ask that members the Capital Projects Division and Operations come up to explain to all of you the difference between Capital and Operating Funding.Rebecca Finlan, Capital Projects DivisionLuis Ponce, Operations
  • Presenter – Capital ProjectsAfter Rebecca finishes – both Rebecca and Ponce are still standing with you.Just to make it clear we have been underfunded by $876 million that could have been used for fixing elevators, roofs, boilers
  • Presenter – OperationsJust to make it clear we have been underfunded by $750 million that could have been used for apartment repairs.
  • Presenter – GM House$6 Billion is the current unmet capital need and over the next 5 years this need will more than double for a total amount of $13.4 BillionReiterate again the lack of the cumulative capital funding over the next 5years. Emphasize that NYCHA does not have enough money and that we cannot therefore make the necessary capital improvements or repairs.General Manager Cecil House will present this slide and then turn over presentation to EVP Fred Harris who is going to talk you through a proposal that will help us general critical funds to ensure financial stability.
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter – Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter – Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter – Bernel Hall- Senior Portfolio Manager
  • Presenter – Bernel Hall- Senior Portfolio Manager
  • Presenter – Bernel Hall- Senior Portfolio Manager
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris who will then turn it over to General Manager Cecil HousePlease note that the amount of money will be reinvested into Public Housing – in Baruch and across the city at other NYCHA developments.General Manager Cecil House will then introduce Presenter – Bernel Hall- Senior Portfolio Managerwho is the Team Leader for this project.
  • Presenter – Fred Harris
  • Remind residents that we have copies of the presentation on the way out and also please visit the NYCHA website for updates.This is the start of many more conversations.
  • General Manager and team will field questions from the audience
  • Smith Infill Presentation (Chinese) 3 19-13

    1. 1. 79 年屹立不倒
    2. 2. 維護公營房屋 史密斯公房區 2013 年3 月 3
    3. 3. 維護公房的策略方針確保為世代紐約居民留存公共房屋 4
    4. 4. 「Plan NYCHA」規劃編制  房屋局舉辦了數十個會議, 與居民、民選官員、社區夥 伴和全體員工緊密溝通合 作。  逾千名公房居民對建議案提 出建議和意見,其中包括: o 善用房屋局珍貴資產,如土 地,開拓新的收入來源。 o 建設配套多元化,適合不同 收入家庭居住的租用單位, 以幫助更多有住房需要的家 庭。 5
    5. 5. 展望未來 行動呼籲:  維護公共房屋資 源- 樓宇、社區、 機會  恢復財務穩定  改革營運方式  改善服務質素 6
    6. 6. 為什麼?房屋局舉步維艱  政府撥款嚴重不 足 - 基建資金短缺 - 結構性營運虧損  監管壓力妨礙我 們控制成本的能 力  日漸老化的樓宇 7
    7. 7. 兩種聯邦資助模式 基建資金: 營運資金:► 適用於樓頂,磚牆, ► 適用於轄下樓宇的維 電梯,水電及暖氣系 修保養和日常營業管 統的工程費用 理費用 ► 住房和城市发展部► 需要長遠規劃 (HUD) 的撥款計算方► 執行過程漫長而複雜 式吝於房屋局的資助 金額 8
    8. 8. 樓宇翻新工程所需 基建資金嚴重不足 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 $0 -$100 -$200單 -$300位 -$400: -$500百 -$600萬 -$700 $ 8.76 億美元短缺美 -$800元 -$900 9
    9. 9. 缺少維修保養工程和服務項目 所需營運資金 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 $0 -$100 -$200單 -$300位 -$400:百 -$500萬 -$600 $ 7.5 億美元赤字美 -$700元 -$800 10
    10. 10. 未來5年間,房屋局轄下樓宇的基建資金短缺高達134億美元 史密斯公房區的基建改善 工程需資2.27億美元。 然而,根據房屋局目前的 五年 (2012至2016年度) 樓宇翻新工程預算案, 史密斯公房區僅獲 230萬美元撥款。 11
    11. 11. Plan NYCHA是全體人員的 行動計劃 設法擴大收 入來源,從 而達致收支 平衡,財政 穩步發展 。 12
    12. 12. 建議案有助長遠保護公共房屋資源 房屋局將出租 (而非出 售) 轄下8 個公房區內的 14 幅土地。 所得收益將全數用於資 助轄下公共房屋的基建 改善工程。 私營地產發展商將投 資, 興建并經營新建成 的住宅樓。 13
    13. 13. 建議案有助長遠保護公共房屋資源 私營地產發展商將向房 屋局支付租賃土地的興 建權。 房屋局繼續擁有 土地。 約有8 成的住宅單位將 以市場價格出租, 剩餘 2 成則永久租予低收入 家庭。 14
    14. 14. 澄清事實 發展計劃將 – :  不會因有新住宅落成而導致周邊公 房住戶的租金上漲。  不會清拆公共房屋。  不會強行收回公房樓宇 ,迫使住 戶遷居。  不會將公共房屋私營化 – NYCHA 仍舊是公房居民的房東。  不會出售土地 – NYCHA 仍舊是新 建住宅樓的地皮的擁有人。  不會導致裁員或增加NYCHA 職員 的工作負擔。 15
    15. 15. NYCHA 發展計劃的核心原則  新建住宅樓的地理 位置有助帶動社區 人流發展  原停車場遷拆後, 現持有合法停車證 的居民將獲配新的 停車位  遷移區內垃圾收集 場 16
    16. 16. NYCHA 發展計劃的核心原則  重新規劃剩餘空地, 盡量保留休憩處和小 公園等原有設施  房屋局 (NYCHA) 將 與發展商簽訂長達 99年的土地租約, 但仍然是居民的房東 以及新樓地皮的擁有 人 17
    17. 17. 史密斯公房區的地理位置4,280名居民租用史密斯公房區住宅 18
    18. 18. 史密斯公房區現時的設施位置 19
    19. 19. 史密斯公房區的空地發展計劃 瓦格納街路段的發展地皮:  佔地面積: 約19,000平方尺  新建築面積 : 約365,000平方尺 南街路段發展地皮  佔地面積:55,000平方尺  新建築面積 : 約700,000平方尺  廉租單位租金定於地區收入中位 數 (AMI) 百分之60 或以下家庭所 能負擔的合理價格水平。 收入上限 1人 $ 36,120 2人 $ 41,280 3人 $ 46,4401根據美國聯邦房屋及城市發展部 (HUD) 4人 $ 51,540的2013年度標準而定 20
    20. 20. NYCHA 全面受惠 未來99 年間 (即租約期限內) ,新方 案每年為房屋局帶來3千萬至5千萬美 元的收入。 新資金將用於改善轄下公房區的基建 設施, 以提高居民生活質素。 新方案更為紐約市增加約800 間廉租 住宅資源,造福低收入家庭。 公房住戶可優先申請入住廉租單位。 21
    21. 21. 史密斯公房區居民受惠  有興趣申請入住新建住宅樓的 廉租單位的居民可獲優先權  住宅單位的租金將永久保持合 理價格水平。  如遇斷電故障,為公房大樓的 走廊梯間照明, 暖氣熱水, 電 梯和保安系統提供後備能源。  為公房居民創造就業機會 – 建 築地盤工作或其它固定職業。  加強整個公房區的保安系統。 22
    22. 22. 會議總結 NYCHA 的五年聯邦基建資助方案 (2008 至2012 年) 2008 年 聯邦基建 聯邦基建 實際資助 資助水平 加上 空地發展所得收入 聯邦基建 2012 年 實際資助 聯邦基建 資助水平 資 助 方 案 23
    23. 23. 土地招租資訊網址http://on.nyc.gov/landlease 24
    24. 24. 問答時間 25

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