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File #: 20-281    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/9/2020 Departments: HOUSING
On agenda: 5/5/2020 Final action: 5/5/2020
Title: Measure K: Adopt a resolution authorizing the Department of Housing to place approximately $900,000 in unspent funds from the previously approved $6.5 million allocated to the Redwood Trailer Village New Unit Loan Program in the Department of Housing trust fund to cover staff costs for the administration of Measure K Projects in FY 2019-20.
Attachments: 1. 20200505_r_Redwood Trailer Village Budget Reallocation.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Raymond Hodges, Interim Director, Department of Housing
Subject: Measure K: Authorize Use of Remaining Measure K Funds from the Redwood Trailer Village New Unit Loan Program for Department of Housing Administration Costs

RECOMMENDATION:
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Measure K: Adopt a resolution authorizing the Department of Housing to place approximately $900,000 in unspent funds from the previously approved $6.5 million allocated to the Redwood Trailer Village New Unit Loan Program in the Department of Housing trust fund to cover staff costs for the administration of Measure K Projects in FY 2019-20.

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BACKGROUND:
On October 23, 2018, the Board passed Resolution No. 076211 approving the allocation of $6.5 million in Measure K funds for the Department of Housing (DOH) to implement the Redwood Trailer Village New Unit Loan Program (the "Loan Program"). The Loan Program was developed to address habitability issues identified by the County at Redwood Trailer Village (the "Park"), a 51-space mobile home park in North Fair Oaks, without displacing over 200 of the Park's residents, en masse - many of whom are low-income and about half of whom are children.

The Loan Program assisted 45 participating Park unit owners with the purchase of new units and demolition of existing units that could not be brought into compliance, as well as any costs incurred for paving beneath the new units. The Board also approved the use of the $6.5 million in Measure K funds for other relevant expenses to complete the project, including project management services from Capital Program Management (CPM), security services, relocation expenses, and additional unit alterations.

A multi-departmental team including Supervisor Warren Slocum and his staff, the Office of Community Affairs, County Counsel's Office, DOH, the Human Services Agency, the Planning and Building Department, the Depa...

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