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File #: 43550    Version: Name: PSH RFQ Recommendations
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/29/2016 In control: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE
On agenda: 7/19/2016 Final action: 7/19/2016
Enactment date: 7/22/2016 Enactment #: RES-16-00548
Title: SUBSTITUTE - Recommending the selection of Heartland Housing and Heartland Health Outreach for the provision of services relating to the development, property management, and supportive services for housing for homeless adults.
Sponsors: Samba Baldeh, Ledell Zellers
Attachments: 1. 43550_version 1 6-29-16.pdf
Fiscal Note
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Title
SUBSTITUTE - Recommending the selection of Heartland Housing and Heartland Health Outreach for the provision of services relating to the development, property management, and supportive services for housing for homeless adults.
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WHEREAS, on March 19, 2013 the Council passed resolution number 13-00226 directing Planning, Community Development and CDA staff to explore locations, financing, and partnership options for the development of additional single-room occupancy housing for very low income people within the City of Madison (the “SRO Report”); and

WHEREAS, in June of 2013 staff submitted the SRO Report and after review and comments by the Housing Strategy Committee, the CDA, and the CDBG Committee, the Council accepted the SRO Report; and

WHEREAS, the adopted 2016 capital budget includes a commitment to develop approximately 200 units of affordable housing per year through 2020 with a portion committed to creating permanent supportive housing with case management and supportive services (“Permanent Supportive Housing”) through the Affordable Housing Fund; and

WHEREAS, in December of 2013 Heartland Housing was selected and approved by the Council to develop the first phase (60 units) of Permanent Supportive Housing targeting homeless single adults on Rethke Avenue; and

WHEREAS, in December of 2014 Heartland Housing was selected and approved by the Council to develop the second phase (45 units) of Permanent Supportive Housing targeting homeless families on Tree Lane; and

WHEREAS, the Affordable Housing Market Report and SRO Report identified Low Income Housing Tax Credits as a key component of financing Permanent Supportive Housing and applications for the next available round of Low Income Housing Tax Credits are due in January 2017; and

WHEREAS, on June 7, 2016 the Council passed Enacted Resolution No. RES-16-00435 directing the CDA to draft and issue a request for qualifications ("RFQ") for development se...

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