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1 Executive Summary AP-05 Executive Summary - 24 CFR (c), (b) 1. Introduction Amherst HOME Consortium (Towns of Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda) Summary of 2014 Annual Plan The A-C-T HOME Consortium's five year Consolidated Plan establishes priorities, suggests programs and identifies resources for implementing the Annual Plan, the first year of the five year plan. It provides a discussion of the institutional structure and public policies that are necessary to implement these priorities successfully. The housing needs assessment and market analysis presented in the Consortium Profile invokes a number of overriding themes under which the addressing of critical housing needs in the Consortium communities can be grouped: Priority #1: Maintain and improve housing stock through rehabilitation, demolition and new construction for lowmoderate income households. **Rehabilitation of existing low-moderate income owner-occupied housing, including substantial rehabilitation; **Rehabilitation of existing renter-occupied low income housing units; **Weatherization Assistance Program to assist both low income homeowners and renters; **Substantial Rehabilitation or Demolition of severely deteriorated housing occupied by low income homeowners and construct new housing; Priority #2: Maintain the supply of decent and affordable existing and new rental housing and supportive elderly housing for low and very low income residents. Provide and increase affordable homeownership opportunities to low income households. Priority #3: Provide for emergency shelter and service needs of the homeless. 1

2 Address the housing and service needs of the at-risk population and others with special needs. Prevent or ameliorate neighborhood deterioration in areas where low income households and substandard conditions are concentrated. Provide historic preservation services that enhance the sense of place and quality of life in the community. 2. Summarize the objectives and outcomes identified in the Plan This could be a restatement of items or a table listed elsewhere in the plan or a reference to another location. It may also contain any essential items from the housing and homeless needs assessment, the housing market analysis or the strategic plan. Community Development Objectives Infrastructure Prevent or reduce deterioration in neighborhoods through installation of new or replacement of deteriorated infrastructure such as streets, sidewalks, etc. Public Facilities The Town has extensive park and recreation systems that need to be maintained and upgraded to have a positive impact on the quality of life of the residents. Public Services There are many direct, supportive and counseling services needed to improve the quality of life and mitigate and prevent problems for youth, senior citizens and families and individuals in need of assistance. Economic Development There is a need to foster redevelopment in the town's older neighborhood business districts and create/retain jobs for lower-income persons. Historic Preservation There is a recognized need to preserve elements of local heritage and accomplish historic preservation within the town. 2

3 3. Evaluation of past performance This is an evaluation of past performance that helped lead the grantee to choose its goals or projects. 4. Summary of Citizen Participation Process and consultation process Summary from citizen participation section of plan. The Citizen Participation Plan sets forth the procedures and policies the Towns of Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda will use to encourage citizen participation in the development, operation and reporting of their annual Community Development Block Grants, HOME Investment Partnership Grant and the Consolidated Plan. Citizens are encouraged to participate in the development of the Consolidated and Annual Plans, any substantial amendments to the Plans, and the Performance Report. This participation by low- and moderate-income persons, particularly those living in designated target areas and in areas where Community Development Block Grant funds are proposed to be used, and by residents of predominantly low and moderate income neighborhoods, (as defined by the Federal guidelines) is particularly encouraged as is the participation of all residents, including seniors, minorities and persons with disabilities. Citizen Participation Process Each town also invites residents of public and assisted housing developments to participate in the process of developing and implementing the Consolidated and Annual Plans. The Towns will provide copies of this Citizen Participation Plan upon request. In order to afford citizens, public agencies, and other interested parties a reasonable opportunity to examine its contents and to submit comments, the Towns will publish a summary of the proposed Consolidated and Annual Plan and a notice of availability of the document for public review in the Amherst BEE, the Cheektowaga BEE and the Ken-Ton BEE and the Metro as a display advertisement at least 30 days prior to its submission to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Complete copies of the proposed Consolidated and Annual Plans will be available online as well as all Town libraries, the Amherst Planning Department, the Village Clerks offices in Depew, Sloan, Kenmore and Williamsville and the Town Clerks offices and on the Towns websites. The summary will describe the contents and purpose of the Consolidated and Annual Plans, and will include a list of the locations where copies of the entire proposed Plans may be examined. In addition, the Towns provides a copy of the plan to citizen groups that request it and copies on disk to individuals. 3

4 Notice of a public hearing to be held during the development of the Annual and Consolidated Plan to invite public comments and inquiries will be placed in the legal sections of the Amherst BEE, the Cheektowaga BEE and the Ken-Ton BEE and the Metro Source at least 10 days prior to the date of the hearing and as a display ad in these papers. Public hearings in the Town of Amherst are conducted as part of regularly scheduled meetings and thus have a "captive audience" with a broader reach than would be experienced at separate meetings for the Annual Plan alone. These meetings are also broadcast on local public access television. The Towns will consider any comments or views of citizens received in writing, or orally at the public hearings, during the preparation of the final Annual and Consolidated Plan. A summary of these comments or views, and a summary of any comments or views not accepted and the reasons therefore, shall be attached to the final Annual and Consolidated Plan. The Town is requesting citizen comments and the final deadline for the public comments for the Annual Plan is January 16, and are required to be submitted in writing to Amherst Community Development, 5583 Main Street, Williamsville, NY This Action Plan is based upon Final HUD allocations for funding and the 2.9% decrease in the actual funding will be absorbed by the Housing Rehabilitation Programs. Any larger increase or decrease would have resulted in an across the board corresponding % of increase or decrease in all discretionary CDBG and HOME proposed projects and public notification of any changes. 5. Summary of public comments This could be a brief narrative summary or reference an attached document from the Citizen Participation section of the Con Plan. No official public comments have been received to date. An informal discussion with a member of the Town's Disability Committee illuminates the need for more accessible affordable housing units in the Town. The Town's Housing Rehabilitation program will address this need in future rehabilitation activities with a special consideration to owner occupied two family homes requesting assistance for rental units. 6. Summary of comments or views not accepted and the reasons for not accepting them n/a 7. Summary 4

5 PR-05 Lead & Responsible Agencies (b) 1. Agency/entity responsible for preparing/administering the Consolidated Plan Describe the agency/entity responsible for preparing the Consolidated Plan and those responsible for administration of each grant program and funding source. Agency Role Name Department/Agency Lead Agency AMHERST CDBG Administrator AMHERST Town of Amherst Community Development HOPWA Administrator HOME Administrator AMHERST Town of Amherst Community Development HOPWA-C Administrator Narrative (optional) Table 1 Responsible Agencies The Town of Amherst administers the Town's CDBG Grant and is also lead Town for the Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda HOME Consortium. Federal funds are estimated to decrease by approximately 3% in FY CDBG resulting in an allocation of $480,000 in Community Development Block Grant funding. Any decrease in CDBG funds will be absorbed in the Housing Rehabilitation Program. The ACT HOME Consortium is estimated to receive a similar decrease of 3% in HOME Investment Partnerships Grant funds for a total of $698,500 to be shared by the three Towns -Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda. Any change in estimated funding will also be absorbed by the HOME Housing Rehabilitation activities in the Towns. Consolidated Plan Public Contact Information 5

6 The Town of Amherst Community Development administers the Amherst HOME Consortium allocation for the three towns of Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda. The Town's Community Development Department is responsible for the Consolidated Plan process in collaboration with the towns of Cheektowaga and Tonawanda along with the Erie County Consortium. 6

7 AP-10 Consultation , (b), (l) 1. Introduction The Town of Amherst is the "Participating Jurisdiction" or Lead Agency, for the ACT HOME Consortium. HOME and CDBG will be administered through the Town's Planning Department. New Opportunities Community Housing Development Corp. is a development agency and will manage the projects involving the acquisition and rehabilitation/new construction of housing for the Town of Amherst. Provide a concise summary of the jurisdiction s activities to enhance coordination between public and assisted housing providers and private and governmental health, mental health and service agencies (91.215(l)) The Town of Amherst will continue to act as the lead PHA for the Erie County PHA Consortium, acting as a conduit for Section 8 rental subsidies for eligible, very low income households in Erie County; Continue to support eligible applications for new rental units for low income elderly through the Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program (Section 202); Continue to support eligible applications for newly created rental units for low-income visually and/or physically impaired residents and support applications for new rental units for low income elderly through the Section8/Section 202 New Construction Program if funding becomes available. Housing Opportunities Made Equal (H.O.M.E) will advocate for victims of perceived housing discrimination and offer informational workshops on discrimination to Town Officials. Advertising for Fair Housing issues will also be handled by H.O.M.E. and a link to their website is available on the Town s Community Development site-www.amherst.ny.us/community under Fair Housing. The Buffalo Urban league will advocate for victims of predatory lending practices, refinancing and foreclosure prevention scams, both in cases of existing homeowners attempting to refinance mortgages and new homebuyers in need of mortgages. Counseling is also available for Town residents with consumer credit issues and BUL may arrange free legal services for the low-income families and elderly households facing mortgage foreclosure or credit issues. Belmont Housing Resources for WNY, Inc. will administer housing counseling and financial education services for recipients of first-time homebuyer assistance under the HOME program, for households in danger of mortgage default; at-risk households in danger of becoming homeless; and tenant-landlord disputes. Consultation on Reverse Mortgages is also available for eligible senior homeowners. 7

8 Erie County Supportive Services Corp. will administer weatherization services for low-income owner and tenant households (excluding multi-unit complexes) providing energy efficient heating and insulation, windows and weatherproofing and in some cases energy efficient refrigerators. Development of this Annual Plan takes place on an ongoing basis throughout the year, as the Town receives continual input from various parties in the delivery of housing and community development activities. The Town began the process by notifying residents of low income housing developments in the Town of the availability of HOME and CDBG funds at the October 20, 2014 public hearing held during the Town Board meeting. Mailings soliciting input were provided to Belmont Housing Resources for WNY, Housing Opportunities Made Equal, and the Buffalo Urban League, and well as to Town Departments involved with service/activity delivery to residents in at-risk neighborhoods and to special populations. Additional solicitations were sent to the Eggertsville Community Organization, and the Family Justice Center in Amherst. A final public hearing will be held on January 20, to notify the public of final budget decisions for CDBG and HOME funds. The Town will continue to work with the agencies that currently assist in program delivery and will continue to cultivate existing relationships with other agencies that provide housing and service delivery to residents in at-risk neighborhoods and to special populations and continue to solicit input from such agencies to provide new venues for providing affordable housing, assisting such agencies in locating appropriate sites for new investment and redevelopment. Describe coordination with the Continuum of Care and efforts to address the needs of homeless persons (particularly chronically homeless individuals and families, families with children, veterans, and unaccompanied youth) and persons at risk of homelessness. The Town of Amherst and the HOME Consortium work with the Homeless Alliance of Western New York, our Continuum of Care for the homeless and at risk population of the area to identify and meet the needs of this population and work to provide shelter and affordable, stable housing to prevent homelessness. Amherst does not receive any ESG funding and any monetary assistance is through CDBG. Describe consultation with the Continuum(s) of Care that serves the jurisdiction's area in determining how to allocate ESG funds, develop performance standards for and evaluate outcomes of projects and activities assisted by ESG funds, and develop funding, policies and procedures for the operation and administration of HMIS 8

9 2. Describe Agencies, groups, organizations and others who participated in the process and describe the jurisdiction s consultations with housing, social service agencies and other entities 9

10 Table 2 Agencies, groups, organizations who participated 1 2 Agency/Group/Organization Agency/Group/Organization Type What section of the Plan was addressed by Consultation? Briefly describe how the Agency/Group/Organization was consulted. What are the anticipated outcomes of the consultation or areas for improved coordination? Agency/Group/Organization Agency/Group/Organization Type What section of the Plan was addressed by Consultation? Belmont Housing Resources for WNY Housing PHA Services-homeless Service-Fair Housing Housing Need Assessment Public Housing Needs Homeless Needs - Families with children Homelessness Needs - Veterans Belmont Housing Resources for WNY administers the Sec 8 housing assistance vouchers for Western New York. Their current waiting list of 7 years, approximately 22,000 applicants, has been suspended since July 2011 until current applicants are provided affordable housing in the area. The Town of Amherst, as lead agency for the Erie County PHA Consortium, oversees the monitoring of Belmont's Sec 8 program. Buffalo Urban League Inc. Services - Housing Services-Education Services-Employment Service-Fair Housing Regional organization Business and Civic Leaders Foundation Housing Need Assessment Homeless Needs - Families with children 10

11 3 4 Briefly describe how the Agency/Group/Organization was consulted. What are the anticipated outcomes of the consultation or areas for improved coordination? Agency/Group/Organization Agency/Group/Organization Type What section of the Plan was addressed by Consultation? Briefly describe how the Agency/Group/Organization was consulted. What are the anticipated outcomes of the consultation or areas for improved coordination? Agency/Group/Organization Agency/Group/Organization Type What section of the Plan was addressed by Consultation? The Buffalo Urban league will advocate for victims of predatory lending practices, refinancing and foreclosure prevention scams, both in cases of existing homeowners attempting to refinance mortgages and new homebuyers in need of mortgages. Counseling is also available for Town residents with consumer credit issues and BUL with the Western New York Law Center may arrange free legal services for the lowincome families and elderly households facing mortgage foreclosure or credit issues HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES MADE EQUAL, INC. Housing Services-Persons with Disabilities Services-Education Service-Fair Housing Housing Need Assessment Homeless Needs - Families with children Homelessness Needs - Veterans Housing Opportunities Made Equal (H.O.M.E) will advocate for victims of perceived housing discrimination and offer informational workshops on discrimination to Town Officials. Advertising for Fair Housing issues will also be handled by H.O.M.E. and a link to their website is available on the Town's Community Development websitewww.amherst.ny.us/community under Fair Housing. A landlord-tenant training and Fair Housing video has been scheduled in the Town as a Fair Housing Month activity. Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo Services-Children Non-Homeless Special Needs 11

12 Briefly describe how the Agency/Group/Organization was consulted. What are the anticipated outcomes of the consultation or areas for improved coordination? The Boys & Girls Club of Buffalo NY is the major tenant in the Eggertsville Community Center and provides safe and secure shelter for after school programs for lowmoderate youth of the area. CDBG funds a staff person for the program. Identify any Agency Types not consulted and provide rationale for not consulting Amherst does not have any public housing within the Town. Other local/regional/state/federal planning efforts considered when preparing the Plan Name of Plan Lead Organization How do the goals of your Strategic Plan overlap with the goals of each plan? Continuum of Care Homeless Alliance of WNY Table 3 Other local / regional / federal planning efforts Narrative (optional) The Town of Amherst does not receive ESG although we maintain a relationship with Erie County and the Homeless Alliance of WNY to address issues regarding those residents that may be at risk of homelessness or actually identified as homeless. The County has placed some senior men and women in local motels for temporary housing for their safety as the shelters no longer have separated facilities aside from the general population of homeless persons and families. 12

13 AP-12 Participation , (c) 1. Summary of citizen participation process/efforts made to broaden citizen participation Summarize citizen participation process and how it impacted goal-setting The Citizen Participation Plan sets forth the procedures and policies the Towns of Amherst, Cheektowaga and Tonawanda will use to encourage citizen participation in the development, operation and reporting of their annual Community Development Block Grants, HOME Investment Partnership Grant and the Consolidated Plan. Citizens are encouraged to participate in the development of the Consolidated and Annual Plans, any substantial amendments to the Plans, and the Performance Report. This participation by low-and moderate-income persons, particularly those living in designated target areas and in areas where Community Development Block Grant funds are proposed to be used, and by residents of predominantly low and moderate income neighborhoods, (as defined by the Federal guidelines) is particularly encouraged as is the participation of all residents, including seniors, minorities and persons with disabilities. Each town also invites residents of public and assisted housing developments to participate in the process of developing and implementing the Consolidated and Annual Plans. The Towns will provide copies of this Citizen Participation Plan upon request. In order to afford all interested parties a reasonable opportunity to examine its contents and to submit comments, the Towns will publish a summary of the proposed Consolidated and Annual Plan and a notice of availability of the document for public review in the Amherst BEE, the Cheektowaga BEE and the Ken-Ton BEE and the Metro as a display advertisement at least 30 days prior to its submission to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Complete copies of the proposed Consolidated and Annual Plans will be available online as well as all Town libraries, the Amherst Planning Department, the Village Clerks offices in Depew, Sloan, Kenmore and Williamsville and the Town Clerks offices and on the Towns websites. The summary describes the contents and purpose of the Consolidated and Annual Plans, and includes a list of the locations where copies of the entire proposed Plans may be examined. In addition, the Towns provide a copy of the plan to citizen groups that request it and copies on disk to individuals. Notice of a public hearing to be held during the development of the Annual and Consolidated Plan to invite public comments and inquiries will be placed in the legal sections of these publications at least 10 days prior to the date of the hearing and as a display ad in these papers. Public 13

14 hearings in the Town of Amherst are conducted as part of regularly scheduled meetings and thus have a broader reach than would be experienced at separate meetings for the Annual Plan alone. The Towns will consider any comments or views of citizens received in writing, or orally at the public hearings, during the preparation of the final Annual and Consolidated Plan. A summary of these comments or views, and a summary of any comments or views not accepted and the reasons therefore, shall be attached to the final Annual and Consolidated Plan. The Town has requested citizen comments and the final deadline for the public comments for the Annual Plan will be January 16, and are required to be submitted in writing to Amherst Community Development, 5583 Main Street, Williamsville, NY Citizen Participation Outreach Sort Order Mode of Outreach 1 2 Public Meeting Public Hearing Target of Outreach Residents of Public and Assisted Housing general public Summary of response/attendance First public hearing at Town Board meeting of October 20, Second public hearing to be held January 20,. Summary of comments received Summary of comments not accepted and reasons URL (If applicable) 14

15 Sort Order Mode of Outreach 3 4 Newspap er Ad Internet Outreach Target of Outreach Non-targeted/broad community Minorities Persons with disabilities Non-targeted/broad community Residents of Public and Assisted Housing Summary of response/attendance Ad for public hearing in October 2014 and notice of availability of draft copy of plan to public on December 10, 2014; 2nd public notice will be Jan 7, for 2nd hearing January 20,. Notice of public hearing, availability of draft Action Plan for review and the copy of the draft Plan and proposed projects are posted on the Town's main website under announcements Summary of comments received n/a Table 4 Citizen Participation Outreach Summary of comments not accepted and reasons URL (If applicable) 15

16 Expected Resources AP-15 Expected Resources (c) (1, 2) Introduction The Town of Amherst will receive $494,500 in Community Development Block Grant funding for 2014 with an anticipated $250,000 in program income from previous years rehabilitation and economic development activities. The Amherst, Cheektowaga, Tonawanda HOME Consortium will receive $720,089 in 2014 HOME Investment Partnerships Grant funding with an anticipated $315,000 in program income form previous years HOME rehabilitation, homebuyer and acquisition rehabilitation activities. The Town of Amherst has been awarded a $300,000 New York State Affordable Housing Grant to match the CDBG and HOME funding allocated to its housing rehabilitation program. Priority Table Program Source of Funds CDBG public - federal Uses of Funds Annual Allocation: $ Expected Amount Available Year 1 Program Income: $ Prior Year Resources: $ Total: $ Expected Amount Available Reminder of ConPlan $ Acquisition Admin and Planning Economic Development Housing Public Improvements Public Services 480, , ,000 0 Narrative Description 16

17 Program Source of Funds HOME public - federal Uses of Funds Annual Allocation: $ Expected Amount Available Year 1 Program Income: $ Prior Year Resources: $ Total: $ Expected Amount Available Reminder of ConPlan $ Acquisition Homebuyer assistance Homeowner rehab Multifamily rental new construction Multifamily rental rehab New construction for ownership TBRA 698, , ,500 0 Table 5 - Expected Resources Priority Table Narrative Description Explain how federal funds will leverage those additional resources (private, state and local funds), including a description of how matching requirements will be satisfied The Town of Amherst has been awarded a New York State Affordable Housing Corporation Grant that offers eligible single family homeowners a forgiveable grant amount toward the rehabilitation of their home. The grant matches the Town's CDBG or HOME rehabilitation funds 60/40. The balance of the loans are 0% deferred to be repaid at sale or transfer of the property or if the homeowner no longer permantly resides in the home. 17

18 If appropriate, describe publically owned land or property located within the jurisdiction that may be used to address the needs identified in the plan n/a Discussion 18

19 Annual Goals and Objectives AP-20 Annual Goals and Objectives , (c)(3)&(e) Goals Summary Information Sort Goal Name Order 1 Improve Housing Stock Start Year End Year Category 2016 Affordable Housing Geographic Area Windermere- Meadow Lea Eggertsville Town Wide Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator Residential Rehabilitation-Owner Occupied Residential Rehabilitation-Owner Occupied Rental Residential Rehabowner occupied Military Grant CDBG: $153,500 HOME: $514,000 Homeowner Housing Rehabilitated: 17 Household Housing Unit Housing Code Enforcement/Foreclosed Property Care: 1000 Households Housing Unit 19

20 Sort Goal Name Order 2 Promote Affordable Homeownership 3 Assistance to At- Risk of Homeless Population 4 Special Needs Population Start Year End Year Category 2016 Affordable Housing 2016 Affordable Housing Homeless 2016 Affordable Housing Non-Homeless Special Needs Geographic Area Town Wide Town Wide Town Wide Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator Promote Affordable Homeownership Housing Counseling and Foreclosure Prevention Acquisition Rehabilitation Resale Accessibility and Mobility Public Services Youth Services Housing Counseling and Foreclosure Prevention Public Facilities Assistance to Victims of Domestic Violence Accessibility and Mobility Public Facilities Assistance to Victims of Domestic Violence CDBG: $14,500 HOME: $394,014 CDBG: $2,500 CDBG: $10,500 Public service activities for Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 100 Households Assisted Homeowner Housing Added: 1 Household Housing Unit Homeowner Housing Rehabilitated: 2 Household Housing Unit Direct Financial Assistance to Homebuyers: 10 Households Assisted Public Facility or Infrastructure Activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 1 Persons Assisted Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 100 Persons Assisted Overnight/Emergency Shelter/Transitional Housing Beds added: 0 Beds Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 8000 Persons Assisted 20

21 Sort Goal Name Order 5 Rental Housing Owner-occupied Rehabilitation 6 Weatherization Assistance 7 Affirmatively Further Fair Housing 8 Historic Preservation/ Elimination of Slum and Blight Start Year End Year Category 2016 Affordable Housing 2016 Affordable Housing 2016 Affordable Housing Public Housing Non-Homeless Special Needs 2016 preservation of historic sites and eliminate blight Geographic Area Eggertsville Town Wide Eggertsville Town Wide Town Wide Town Wide Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator Accessibility and Mobility Residential Rehabilitation-Owner Occupied Rental Weatherization Residential Rehabilitation-Owner Occupied Residential Rehabilitation-Owner Occupied Rental Weatherization Accessibility and Mobility Fair Housing Counseling/Education Village of Williamsville Historic Preservation CDBG: $15,000 CDBG: $2,600 CDBG: $5,000 CDBG: $100,800 Rental units rehabilitated: 1 Household Housing Unit Rental units rehabilitated: 1 Household Housing Unit Homeowner Housing Rehabilitated: 12 Household Housing Unit Public service activities for Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 70 Households Assisted Facade treatment/business building rehabilitation: 1 Business 21

22 Sort Goal Name Order 9 Community Services Table 6 Goals Summary Start Year End Year Category 2016 Non-Housing Community Development Geographic Area Windermere- Meadow Lea Eggertsville Town Wide Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator Public Services Youth Services Code Enforcement Community Policing CDBG: $65,500 Public service activities other than Low/Moderate Income Housing Benefit: 5000 Persons Assisted Housing Code Enforcement/Foreclosed Property Care: 1000 Households Housing Unit Goal Descriptions 22

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