PHA 5-Year and
Annual Plan
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office of Public and Indian Housing

OMB No. 2577-0226
Expires 4/30/2012

1.0
PHA Information
PHA Name: __Marion County Housing Authority ____________________________________________ PHA Code: __OR014____________

PHA Type:

Small      High Performing      Standard      HCV (Section eight)

PHA Fiscal Year Beginning: (MM/YYYY): 04/2011_____________

2.0
Inventory (based on ACC units at time of FY beginning in 1.0 above)
Number of PH units: _20______________ Number of HCV units: 1182_____________
3.0
Submission Type
5-Year and Annual Plan      Annual Plan Only      5-Year Plan Only
4.0
PHA Consortia    PHA Consortia: (Check box if submitting a joint Plan and complete table below.)
Participating PHAs
PHACode
Program(s) Included in the Consortia
Programs Not in the Consortia
No. of Units in Each Program
PH
HCV
PHA 1:
PHA 2:
PHA 3:
5.0
5-Year Plan. Complete items 5.1 and 5.2 only at 5-Year Plan update.
5.1
Mission. State the PHA’s Mission for serving the needs of low-income, very low-income, and extremely low income families in the PHA’s jurisdiction for the next five years:
5.2
Goals and Objectives. Identify the PHA’s quantifiable goals and objectives that will enable the PHA to serve the needs of low-income and very low-income, and extremely low-income families for the next five years. Include a report on the progress the PHA has made in meeting the goals and objectives described in the previous 5-Year Plan.

See Exhibit 1. VAWA Statement.
6.0

PHA Plan Update

  1. Identify all PHA Plan elements that have been revised by the PHA since its last Annual Plan submission:
    MCHA has reopened the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program recently.
  2. Identify the specific location(s) where the public may obtain copies of the 5-Year and Annual PHA Plan. For a complete list of PHA Plan elements, see Section 6.0 of the instructions.

    MCHA will be displaying its 5-Year and Annual Plan at the main administrative office located at 2645 Portland Road NE, Salem, Oregon 97301. The plan will also be available on the PHA website at http://www.mchaor.org.

7.0

Hope VI, Mixed Finance Modernization or Development, Demolition and/or Disposition, Conversion of Public Housing, Homeownership Programs, and Project-based Vouchers. Include statements related to these programs as applicable.

Marion County Housing Authority successfully completed the Section 22 Voluntary Conversion of the eight unit development known as Meadowood Apartments in Jefferson, Oregon from a Public Housing program to a more efficient Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. The conversion benefits the families by giving them more mobility in housing choices.

The Section 32 Homeownership program has been successful in the sale of 18 homes and two more pending.

The Housing Authority anticipates the sale of its remaining 20 homes by September 26, 2012.

8.0
Capital Improvements. Please complete Parts 8.1 through 8.3, as applicable.
8.1

Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report. As part of the PHA 5-Year and Annual Plan, annually complete and submit the Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report, form HUD-50075.1, for each current and open CFP grant and CFFP financing.

See Exhibit 2. Capital Funds Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report.
OR16P01450109, OR16S01450109, OR16P01450110, OR16P01450111

8.2

Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan. As part of the submission of the Annual Plan, PHAs must complete and submit the Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan, form HUD-50075.2, and subsequent annual updates (on a rolling basis, e.g., drop current year, and add latest year for a five year period). Large capital items must be included in the Five-Year Action Plan.

See Exhibit 3. Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan.

8.3

Capital Fund Financing Program (CFFP).
Check if the PHA proposes to use any portion of its Capital Fund Program (CFP)/Replacement Housing Factor (RHF) to repay debt incurred to finance capital improvements.

9.0

Housing Needs. Based on information provided by the applicable Consolidated Plan, information provided by HUD, and other generally available data, make a reasonable effort to identify the housing needs of the low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income families who reside in the jurisdiction served by the PHA, including elderly families, families with disabilities, and households of various races and ethnic groups, and other families who are on the public housing and Section 8 tenant-based assistance waiting lists. The identification of housing needs must address issues of affordability, supply, quality, accessibility, size of units, and location.

See Exhibit 4. Strategy for Addressing Housing Needs.
9.1

Strategy for Addressing Housing Needs. Provide a brief description of the PHA’s strategy for addressing the housing needs of families in the jurisdiction and on the waiting list in the upcoming year. Note: Small, Section 8 only, and High Performing PHAs complete only for Annual Plan submission with the 5-Year Plan

Within Marion County Housing Authority’s (MCHA) jurisdiction, there is a shortage of affordable housing for all eligible populations. MCHA will maximize the number of affordable units available to the PHA within its current resources by:

Employing effective maintenance and management policies to minimize the number of public housing units off-line.

Maintain or increase Section 8 lease-up rates by establishing payment standards that will enable families to rent throughout the jurisdiction.

Undertake measures to ensure access to affordable housing among families assisted by the PHA, regardless of unit size required.

Maintain or increase Section 8 lease-up rates by marketing the program to owners, particularly those outside of areas of minority and poverty concentration.

Maintain or increase Section 8 applicants to increase owner acceptance of the program.

MCHA reviews the Consolidated Plan to ensure consistency between its programs and the broader community strategies.

Marion County Housing Authority will make every effort to increase the number of affordable housing units by:

Applying for additional Section 8 units should they become available.

Leveraging Section 32 Homeownership resources for development of affordable housing in Marion County.

Pursue housing resources other than public housing or Section 8 tenant-based assistance.

Marion County Housing Authority will target available assistance to the elderly by applying for special purpose vouchers targeted to the elderly should they become available.

MCHA will target available assistance to families with disabilities by applying for special purpose vouchers targeted to families with disabilities should they become available and affirmatively market to local non-profit agencies that assist families with disabilities.

MCHA will increase awareness of PHA resources among families of races and ethnicities with disproportionate needs by affirmatively marketing to races/ethnicities shown to have disproportionate housing needs.

MCHA will conduct activities to affirmatively further fair housing by counseling Section 8 tenants as to location of units outside areas of poverty or minority concentration and assist them to locate those units and will market the Section 8 program to owners outside of areas of poverty/minority concentrations.

MCHA will work with other serviced providers to help low-income families with their housing needs by utilizing its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.

10.0

Additional Information. Describe the following, as well as any additional information HUD has requested.

(a) Progress in Meeting Mission and Goals. Provide a brief statement of the PHA’s progress in meeting the mission and goals described in the 5-Year Plan.

Marion County has made excellent progress in meeting its Mission and Goals set in 2010, as provided in the following excerpts:

MCHA estimates Customer Satisfaction Surveys continue with a very favorable response in 80%, and a satisfactory response in 20% of the total.

Public Housing units were refurbished and repaired with roofs, flooring, cabinets, etc and sold to eleven families with annual income between 45% to 55% of the area median income (AMI).

The Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) program was again successful in meeting its goals of providing a program for at least 25 families. MCHA plans to expand the program next year to at least 75 families. A survey has been mailed to Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher families explaining the program and inviting participation. The Housing Authority plans to encourage homeownership through the FSS program and specifically with its Section 32 Homeownership program.

Case Management in the FSS program will continue to promote education towards a General Education Degree (GED) and job opportunities with the local Community College

(b) Significant Amendment and Substantial Deviation/Modification. Provide the PHA’s definition of “significant amendment” and “substantial deviation/modification”

Marion County Housing’s definition of significant amendment and substantial deviation/modification:

Substantial Deviation from the Plan: Additions of non-emergency work item (items not included in the current annual statement or 5-Year Plan) or change in use of replacement reserve funds under the Capital Fund.

Significant Amendment or Modification to the Annual Plan: Changes to rent or admissions policies or organization of the waiting list.

11.0
Required Submission for HUD Field Office Review. In addition to the PHA Plan template (HUD-50075), PHAs must submit the following documents. Items (a) through (g) may be submitted with signature by mail or electronically with scanned signatures, but electronic submission is encouraged. Items (h) through (i) must be attached electronically with the PHA Plan. Note: Faxed copies of these documents will not be accepted by the Field Office.


(a) Form HUD-50077, PHA Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations (which includes all certifications relating to Civil Rights)

(b) Form HUD-50070, Certification for a Drug-Free Workplace (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(c) Form HUD-50071, Certification of Payments to Influence Federal Transactions (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(d) Form SF-LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(e) Form SF-LLL-A, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Continuation Sheet (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(f) Resident Advisory Board (RAB) comments. Comments received from the RAB must be submitted by the PHA as an attachment to the PHA Plan. PHAs must also include a narrative describing their analysis of the recommendations and the decisions made on these recommendations.

(g) Challenged Elements

(h) Form HUD-50075.1, Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(i) Form HUD-50075.2, Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

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This information collection is authorized by Section 511 of the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act, which added a new section 5A to the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, as amended, which introduced 5-Year and Annual PHA Plans. The 5-Year and Annual PHA plans provide a ready source for interested parties to locate basic PHA policies, rules, and requirements concerning the PHA’s operations, programs, and services, and informs HUD, families served by the PHA, and members of the public of the PHA’s mission and strategies for serving the needs of low-income and very low-income families. This form is to be used by all PHA types for submission of the 5-Year and Annual Plans to HUD. Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 12.68 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. HUD may not collect this information, and respondents are not required to complete this form, unless it displays a currently valid OMB Control Number.

Privacy Act Notice. The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development is authorized to solicit the information requested in this form by virtue of Title 12, U.S. Code, Section 1701 et seq., and regulations promulgated there under at Title 12, Code of Federal Regulations. Responses to the collection of information are required to obtain a benefit or to retain a benefit. The information requested does not lend itself to confidentiality

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Instructions form HUD-50075

Applicability. This form is to be used by all Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) with Fiscal Year beginning April 1, 2008 for the submission of their 5-Year and Annual Plan in accordance with 24 CFR Part 903. The previous version may be used only through April 30, 2008.

1.0 PHA Information
Include the full PHA name, PHA code, PHA type, and PHA Fiscal Year Beginning (MM/YYYY).

2.0 Inventory
Under each program, enter the number of Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) Public Housing (PH) and Section 8 units (HCV).

3.0 Submission Type
Indicate whether this submission is for an Annual and Five Year Plan, Annual Plan only, or 5-Year Plan only.

4.0 PHA Consortia
Check box if submitting a Joint PHA Plan and complete the table.

5.0 Five-Year Plan
Identify the PHA’s Mission, Goals and/or Objectives (24 CFR 903.6). Complete only at 5-Year update.

5.1 Mission. A statement of the mission of the public housing agency for serving the needs of low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income families in the jurisdiction of the PHA during the years covered under the plan.

5.2 Goals and Objectives. Identify quantifiable goals and objectives that will enable the PHA to serve the needs of low income, very low-income, and extremely low-income families.

6.0 PHA Plan Update. In addition to the items captured in the Plan template, PHAs must have the elements listed below readily available to the public. Additionally, a PHA must:

(a) Identify specifically which plan elements have been revised since the PHA’s prior plan submission.

(b) Identify where the 5-Year and Annual Plan may be obtained by the public. At a minimum, PHAs must post PHA Plans, including updates, at each Asset Management Project (AMP) and main office or central off ice of the PHA. PHAs are strongly encouraged to post complete PHA Plans on its official website. PHAs are also encouraged to provide each resident council a copy of its 5-Year and Annual Plan.

PHA Plan Elements. (24 CFR 903.7)

1. Eligibility, Selection and Admissions Policies, including Deconcentration and Wait List Procedures. Describe the PHA’s policies that govern resident or tenant eligibility, selection and admission including admission preferences for both public housing and HCV and unit assignment policies for public housing; and procedures for maintaining waiting lists for admission to public housing and address any site-based waiting lists.

2. Financial Resources. A statement of financial resources, including a listing by general categories, of the PHA’s anticipated resources, such as PHA Operating, Capital and other anticipated Federal resources available to the PHA, as well as tenant rents and other income available to support public housing or tenant-based assistance. The statement also should include the non-Federal sources of funds supporting each Federal program, and state the planned use for the resources.

3. Rent Determination. A statement of the policies of the PHA governing rents charged for public housing and HCV dwelling units.

4. Operation and Management. A statement of the rules, standards, and policies of the PHA governing maintenance management of housing owned, assisted, or operated by the public housing agency (which shall include measures necessary for the prevention or eradication of pest infestation, including cockroaches), and management of the PHA and programs of the PHA.

5. Grievance Procedures. A description of the grievance and informal hearing and review procedures that the PHA makes available to its residents and applicants.

6. Designated Housing for Elderly and Disabled Families. With respect to public housing projects owned, assisted, or operated by the PHA, describe any projects (or portions thereof), in the upcoming fiscal year, that the PHA has designated or will apply for designation for occupancy by elderly and disabled families. The description shall include the following information: 1) development name and number; 2) designation type; 3) application status; 4) date the designation was approved, submitted, or planned for submission, and; 5) the number of units affected.

7. Community Service and Self-Sufficiency. A description of: (1) Any programs relating to services and amenities provided or offered to assisted families; (2) Any policies or programs of the PHA for the enhancement of the economic and social self-sufficiency of assisted families, including programs under Section 3 and FSS; (3) How the PHA will comply with the requirements of community service and treatment of income changes resulting from welfare program requirements. (Note: applies to only public housing).

8. Safety and Crime Prevention. For public housing only, describe the PHA’s plan for safety and crime prevention to ensure the safety of the public housing residents. The statement must include: (i) A description of the need for measures to ensure the safety of public housing residents; (ii) A description of any crime prevention activities conducted or to be conducted by the PHA; and (iii) A description of the coordination between the PHA and the appropriate police precincts for carrying out crime prevention measures and activities.

9. Pets. A statement describing the PHAs policies and requirements pertaining to the ownership of pets in public housing.

10. Civil Rights Certification. A PHA will be considered in compliance with the Civil Rights and AFFH Certification if: it can document that it examines its programs and proposed programs to identify any impediments to fair housing choice within those programs; addresses those impediments in a reasonable fashion in view of the resources available; works with the local jurisdiction to implement any of the jurisdiction’s initiatives to affirmatively further fair housing; and assures that the annual plan is consistent with any applicable Consolidated Plan for its jurisdiction.

11. Fiscal Year Audit. The results of the most recent fiscal year audit for the PHA.

12. Asset Management. A statement of how the agency will carry out its asset management functions with respect to the public housing inventory of the agency, including how the agency will plan for the long-term operating, capital investment, rehabilitation, modernization, disposition, and other needs for such inventory.

13. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). A description of: 1) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by an agency, either directly or in partnership with other service providers, to child or adult victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking; 2) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by a PHA that helps child and adult victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, to obtain or maintain housing; and 3) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by a public housing agency to prevent domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, or to enhance victim safety in assisted families.

7.0 Hope VI, Mixed Finance Modernization or Development, Demolition and/or Disposition, Conversion of Public Housing, Homeownership Programs, and Project-based Vouchers

(a) Hope VI or Mixed Finance Modernization or Development.

1) A description of any housing (including project number (if known) and unit count) for which the PHA will apply for HOPE VI or Mixed Finance Modernization or Development; and
2) A timetable for the submission of applications or proposals. The application and approval process for Hope VI, Mixed Finance Modernization or Development, is a separate process. See guidance on HUD’s website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/programs/ph/hope6/index.cfm

(b) Demolition and/or Disposition.
With respect to public housing projects owned by the PHA and subject to ACCsunder the Act:

(1) A description of any housing (including project number and unit numbers [or addresses]), and the number of affected units along with their sizes and accessibility features) for which the PHA will apply or is currently pending for demolition or disposition; and (2) A timetable for the demolition or disposition. The application and approval process for demolition and/or disposition is a separate process. See guidance on HUD’s website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/centers/sac/demo_dispo/index.cfm

Note: This statement must be submitted to the extent that approved and/or pending demolition and/or disposition has changed.

(c) Conversion of Public Housing. With respect to public housing owned by a PHA: 1) A description of any building or buildings (including project number and unit count) that the PHA is required to convert to tenant-based assistance or that the public housing agency plans to voluntarily convert; 2) An analysis of the projects or buildings required to be converted; and 3) A statement of the amount of assistance received under this chapter to be used for rental assistance or other housing assistance in connection with such conversion. See guidance on HUD’s website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/centers/sac/conversion.cfm

(d) Homeownership. A description of any homeownership (including project number and unit count) administered by the agency or for which the PHA has applied or will apply for approval.

(e) Project-based Vouchers. If the PHA wishes to use the project-based voucher program, a statement of the projected number of project-based units and general locations and how project basing would be consistent with its PHA Plan.

8.0 Capital Improvements. This section provides information on a PHA’s Capital Fund Program. With respect to public housing projects owned, assisted, or operated by the public housing agency, a plan describing the capital improvements necessary to ensure long-term physical and social viability of the projects must be completed along with the required forms. Items identified in 8.1 through 8.3, must be signed where directed and transmitted electronically along with the PHA’s Annual Plan submission.

8.1 Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report. PHAs must complete the Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report (form HUD-50075.1), for each Capital Fund Program (CFP) to be undertaken with the current year’s CFP funds or with CFFP proceeds. Additionally, the form shall be used for the following purposes:

(a) To submit the initial budget for a new grant or CFFP;

(b) To report on the Performance and Evaluation Report progress on any open grants previously funded or CFFP; and

(c) To record a budget revision on a previously approved open grant or CFFP, e.g., additions or deletions of work items, modification of budgeted amounts that have been undertaken since the submission of the last Annual Plan. The Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report must be submitted annually.

Additionally, PHAs shall complete the Performance and Evaluation Report section (see footnote 2) of the Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation (form HUD-50075.1), at the following times:

1. At the end of the program year; until the program is completed or all funds are expended;

2. When revisions to the Annual Statement are made, which do not require prior HUD approval, (e.g., expenditures for emergency work, revisions resulting from the PHAs application of fungibility); and

3. Upon completion or termination of the activities funded in a specific capital fund program year.

8.2 Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan

PHAs must submit the Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan (form HUD-50075.2) for the entire PHA portfolio for the first year of participation in the CFP and annual update thereafter to eliminate the previous year and to add a new fifth year (rolling basis) so that the form always covers the present five-year period beginning with the current year.

8.3 Capital Fund Financing Program (CFFP). Separate, written HUD approval is required if the PHA proposes to pledge any portion of its CFP/RHF funds to repay debt incurred to finance capital improvements. The PHA must identify in its Annual and 5-year capital plans the amount of the annual payments required to service the debt. The PHA must also submit an annual statement detailing the use of the CFFP proceeds. See guidance on HUD’s website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/programs/ph/capfund/cffp.cfm

9.0 Housing Needs. Provide a statement of the housing needs of families residing in the jurisdiction served by the PHA and the means by which the PHA intends, to the maximum extent practicable, to address those needs. (Note: Standard and Troubled PHAs complete annually; Small and High Performers complete only for Annual Plan submitted with the 5-Year Plan).

9.1 Strategy for Addressing Housing Needs. Provide a description of the PHA’s strategy for addressing the housing needs of families in the jurisdiction and on the waiting list in the upcoming year. (Note: Standard and Troubled PHAs complete annually; Small and High Performers complete only for Annual Plan submitted with the 5-Year Plan).

10.0 Additional Information. Describe the following, as well as any additional information requested by HUD:

(a) Progress in Meeting Mission and Goals. PHAs must include (i) a statement of the PHAs progress in meeting the mission and goals described in the 5-Year Plan; (ii) the basic criteria the PHA will use for determining a significant amendment from its 5-year Plan; and a significant amendment or modification to its 5-Year Plan and Annual Plan. (Note: Standard and Troubled PHAs complete annually; Small and High Performers complete only for Annual Plan submitted with the 5-Year Plan).

(b) Significant Amendment and Substantial Deviation/Modification. PHA must provide the definition of “significant amendment” and “substantial deviation/modification”. (Note: Standard and Troubled PHAs complete annually; Small and High Performers complete only for Annual Plan submitted with the 5-Year Plan.)

(c) PHAs must include or reference any applicable memorandum of agreement with HUD or any plan to improve performance. (Note: Standard and Troubled PHAs complete annually).

11.0 Required Submission for HUD Field Office Review. In order to be a complete package, PHAs must submit items (a) through (g), with signature by mail or electronically with scanned signatures. Items (h) and (i) shall be submitted electronically as an attachment to the PHA Plan.

(a) Form HUD-50077, PHA Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations

(b) Form HUD-50070, Certification for a Drug-Free Workplace (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(c) Form HUD-50071, Certification of Payments to Influence Federal Transactions (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(d) Form SF-LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(e) Form SF-LLL-A, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Continuation Sheet (PHAs receiving CFP grants only)

(f) Resident Advisory Board (RAB) comments.

(g) Challenged Elements. Include any element(s) of the PHA Plan that is challenged.

(h) Form HUD-50075.1, Capital Fund Program Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report (Must be attached electronically for PHAs receiving CFP grants only). See instructions in 8.1.

(i) Form HUD-50075.2, Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan (Must be attached electronically for PHAs receiving CFP grants only). See instructions in 8.2.

Capital Fund Program—Five-Year Action U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
Expires 4/30/2011

Part I: Summary
PHA Name/Number Marion County Housing Authority OR014P014 Locality (City/County & State) Salem, Marion, Oregon Original 5-Year Plan
Revision No:
A. Development Number and Name
Marion County Housing Authority OR16P014
Work Statement for Year 1
FFY 2011
Work Statement for Year 2
FFY 2012
Work Statement for Year 3
FFY 2013
Work Statement for Year 4 FFY 2014 Work Statement for Year 5
End of Public Housing Program FFY 2015
B. Physical Improvements Subtotal Annual Statement        
C. Management Improvements          
D. PHA-Wide Non-dwelling Structures and Equipment          
E. Administration          
F. Other          
G. Operations   70,000 70,000 70,000 70,000
H. Demolition          
I. Development          
J. Capital Fund Financing – Debt Service          
L. Total CFP Funds   70,000 70,000 70,000 70,000
K. Total Non-CFP Funds          
M. Grand Total          

 

Capital Fund Program—Five-Year Action Plan U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing

Expires 4/30/2011

Part II: Supporting Pages – Physical Needs Work Statement(s)
Work Statement for
Year 1 FFY
____
Work Statement for Year 2
FFY 2012
Work Statement for Year: 3
FFY 2013
Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Quantity Estimated Cost Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Quantity Estimated Cost
See            
Annual HA-wide general maintenance and operations N/A 70,000 HA-wide general maintenance and operations N/A 70,000
Statement            
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
  Subtotal of Estimated Cost $70,000 Subtotal of Estimated Cost $70,000

 

Capital Fund Program—Five-Year Action Plan U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing

Expires 4/30/2011

Part II: Supporting Pages – Physical Needs Work Statement(s)
Work Statement for
Year 1 FFY
____
Work Statement for Year 4
FFY 2014
Work Statement for Year: 5
End of Public Housing Program FFY 2015
Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Quantity Estimated Cost Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Quantity Estimated Cost
See            
Annual HA-wide general maintenance and operations N/A 70,000 End of Public Housing Program N/A 70,000
Statement            
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
  Subtotal of Estimated Cost $70,000 Subtotal of Estimated Cost $70,000

 

Capital Fund Program—Five-Year Action Plan U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing

Expires 4/30/2011

Part III: Supporting Pages – Management Needs Work Statement(s)
Work Statement for
Year 1 FFY
____
Work Statement for Year 2
FFY 2012
Work Statement for Year 3
FFY 2013
Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Estimated Cost Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Estimated Cost
See N/A 0 N/A 0
Annual        
Statement        
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
  Subtotal of Estimated Cost $ Subtotal of Estimated Cost $

 

Capital Fund Program—Five-Year Action Plan U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing

Expires 4/30/2011

Part III: Supporting Pages – Management Needs Work Statement(s)
Work Statement for
Year 1 FFY
____
Work Statement for Year 4
FFY 2014
Work Statement for Year 5
FFY 2015
Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Estimated Cost Development Number/Name
General Description of Major Work Categories
Estimated Cost
See        
Annual N/A 0 N/A 0
Statement        
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
  Subtotal of Estimated Cost $ Subtotal of Estimated Cost $

 

Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report
Capital Fund Program, Capital Fund Program Replacement Housing Factor and
Capital Fund Financing Program
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
OMB No. 2577-0226
Expires 4/30/2011

Part I: Summary
PHA Name:

Marion County Housing Authority
Grant Type and Number

Capital Fund Program Grant No:OR16P01450111

Replacement Housing Factor Grant No:

Date of CFFP:
FFY of Grant: 2011

FFY of Grant Approval:
Type of Grant

Original Annual Statement         Reserve for Disasters/Emergencies
Revised Annual Statement (revision no )

Performance and Evaluation Report for Period Ending:
Final Performance and Evaluation Report
Line Summary by Development Account Total Estimated Cost Total Actual Cost
    Original Revised Obligated Expended
1 Total non-CFP Funds        
2 1406 Operations (may not exceed 20% of line 21) 65,105 0 0 0
3 1408 Management Improvements        
4 1410 Administration (may not exceed 10% of line 21) 7,233      
5 1411 Audit        
6 1415 Liquidated Damages        
7 1430 Fees and Costs        
8 1440 Site Acquisition        
9 1450 Site Improvement        
10 1460 Dwelling Structures        
11 1465.1 Dwelling Equipment—Nonexpendable        
12 1470 Non-dwelling Structures        
13 1475 Non-dwelling Equipment        
14 1485 Demolition        
15 1492 Moving to Work Demonstration        
16 1495.1 Relocation Costs        
17 1499 Development Activities        



  1. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report.
  2. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report or a Revised Annual Statement.
  3. PHAs with under 250 units in management may use 100% of CFP Grants for operations.
  4. RHF funds shall be included here.


Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report
Capital Fund Program, Capital Fund Program Replacement Housing Factor and
Capital Fund Financing Program
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
OMB No. 2577-0226
Expires 4/30/2011

Part I: Summary
PHA Name:
Marion County Housing Authority
Grant Type and Number

Capital Fund Program Grant No:OR16P01450111

Replacement Housing Factor Grant No:

Date of CFFP:
FFY of Grant: 2011

FFY of Grant Approval:
Type of Grant

Original Annual Statement         Reserve for Disasters/Emergencies
Revised Annual Statement (revision no )

Performance and Evaluation Report for Period Ending:
Final Performance and Evaluation Report
Line Summary by Development Account Total Estimated Cost Total Actual Cost
    Original Revised Obligated Expended
18a 1501 Collateralization or Debt Service paid by the PHA        
18ba 9000 Collateralization or Debt Service paid Via System of Direct
Payment
       
19 1502 Contingency (may not exceed 8% of line 20)        
20 Amount of Annual Grant:: (sum of lines 2 – 19) 72,338 0 0 0
21 Amount of line 20 Related to LBP Activities        
22 Amount of line 20 Related to Section 504 Activities        
23 Amount of line 20 Related to Security – Soft Costs        
24 Amount of line 20 Related to Security – Hard Costs        
25 Amount of line 20 Related to Energy Conservation Measures        
Signature of Executive Director      Date 09/21/2010
Signature of Public Housing Director

Date



  1. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report.
  2. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report or a Revised Annual Statement.
  3. PHAs with under 250 units in management may use 100% of CFP Grants for operations.
  4. RHF funds shall be included here.

 

Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report
Capital Fund Program, Capital Fund Program Replacement Housing Factor and
Capital Fund Financing Program
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
OMB No. 2577-0226
Expires 4/30/2011

Part II: Supporting Pages
PHA Name:
Marion County Housing Authority
Grant Type and Number
Capital Fund Program Grant No:OR16P01450111
CFFP (Yes/ No):

Replacement Housing Factor Grant No:

Federal FFY of Grant: 2011
Development Number Name/PHA-Wide Activities General Description of Major Work Categories Development Account No. Quantity Total Estimated Cost Total Actual Cost Status of Work
        Original Revised Funds Obligated Funds Expended  
OR014076001 Operations 1406   65,105 0 0 0  
OR014076001 Administration 1410   7,233 0 0 0  
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
  Total     72,338 0 0 0  


  1. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report or a Revised Annual Statement.
  2. To be completed for the Performance and Evaluation Report.

 

Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report
Capital Fund Program, Capital Fund Program Replacement Housing Factor and
Capital Fund Financing Program
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
OMB No. 2577-0226
Expires 4/30/2011

Part III: Implementation Schedule for Capital Fund Financing Program
PHA Name:
Marion County Housing Authority
Federal FFY of Grant: 2011
Development Number Name/PHA-Wide Activities All Fund Obligated (Quarter Ending Date) All Funds Expended (Quarter Ending Date) Reasons for Revised Target Dates
  Original Obligation End Date Actual Obligation End Date Original Expenditure End Date Actual Expenditure End Date  
OR0146001 03/31/2013   03/31/2014    
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           


Obligation and expenditure end dated can only be revised with HUD approval pursuant to Section 9j of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, as amended.