Standard PHA Plan                                                                U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

PHA Certifications of Compliance                                        Office of Public and Indian Housing

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office of Public and Indian Housing

 

 

PHA Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations:

Board Resolution to Accompany the Standard Annual, Standard 5-Year/Annual, and

Streamlined 5-Year/Annual PHA Plans

 

Acting on behalf of the Board of Commissioners of the Public Housing Agency (PHA) listed below, as its Chairman or other

authorized PHA official if there is no Board of Commissioners, I approve the submission of the ____ standard Annual, __ standard 5-Year/Annual or __streamlined 5-Year/Annual PHA Plan for the PHA fiscal year beginning ________, hereinafter referred to as” the

Plan”, of which this document is a part and make the following certifications and agreements with the Department of Housing and

Urban Development (HUD) in connection with the submission of the Plan and implementation thereof:

 

1. The Plan is consistent with the applicable comprehensive housing affordability strategy (or any plan incorporating such strategy) for the jurisdiction in which the PHA is located.

2. The Plan contains a certification by the appropriate State or local officials that the Plan is consistent with the applicable

Consolidated Plan, which includes a certification that requires the preparation of an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, for the PHA's jurisdiction and a description of the manner in which the PHA Plan is consistent with the applicable Consolidated Plan.

3. The PHA has established a Resident Advisory Board or Boards, the membership of which represents the residents assisted by the PHA, consulted with this Board or Boards in developing the Plan, and considered the recommendations of the Board or Boards (24 CFR 903.13). The PHA has included in the Plan submission a copy of the recommendations made by the Resident Advisory Board or Boards and a description of the manner in which the Plan addresses these recommendations.

4. The PHA made the proposed Plan and all information relevant to the public hearing available for public inspection at least 45 days before the hearing, published a notice that a hearing would be held and conducted a hearing to discuss the Plan and invited public comment.

5. The PHA will carry out the Plan in conformity with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Fair Housing Act, section 504 of

the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

6. The PHA will affirmatively further fair housing by examining their programs or proposed programs, identify any impediments to

fair housing choice within those programs, address those impediments in a reasonable fashion in view of the resources available and work with local jurisdictions to implement any of the jurisdiction's initiatives to affirmatively further fair housing that require the PHA's involvement and maintain records reflecting these analyses and actions.

7. For PHA Plan that includes a policy for site based waiting lists:

· The PHA regularly submits required data to HUD's MTCS in an accurate, complete and timely manner (as specified in PIH Notice

99-2);

· The system of site-based waiting lists provides for full disclosure to each applicant in the selection of the development in which to reside, including basic information about available sites; and an estimate of the period of time the applicant would likely have to wait to be admitted to units of different sizes and types at each site;

· Adoption of site-based waiting list would not violate any court order or settlement agreement or be inconsistent with a pending

complaint brought by HUD;

· The PHA shall take reasonable measures to assure that such waiting list is consistent with affirmatively furthering fair housing;

· The PHA provides for review of its site-based waiting list policy to determine if it is consistent with civil rights laws and

certifications, as specified in 24 CFR part 903.7( c)( 1).

8. The PHA will comply with the prohibitions against discrimination on the basis of age pursuant to the Age Discrimination Act of 1975.

9. The PHA will comply with the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 and 24 CFR Part 41, Policies and Procedures for the Enforcement of Standards and Requirements for Accessibility by the Physically Handicapped.

 10. The PHA will comply with the requirements of section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, Employment Opportunities for Low-or Very-Low Income Persons, and with its implementing regulation at 24 CFR Part 135.

11. The PHA has submitted with the Plan a certification with regard to a drug free workplace required by 24 CFR Part 24, Subpart F.

12. The PHA has submitted with the Plan a certification with regard to compliance with restrictions on lobbying required by 24 CFR Part 87, together with disclosure forms if required by this Part, and with restrictions on payments to influence Federal Transactions, in accordance with the Byrd Amendment and implementing regulations at 49 CFR Part 24.

13. The PHA will comply with acquisition and relocation requirements of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property

Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 and implementing regulations at 49 CFR Part 24 as applicable.

14. The PHA will take appropriate affirmative action to award contracts to minority and women's business enterprises under 24 CFR 5.105( a).

15. The PHA will provide HUD or the responsible entity any documentation that the Department needs to carry out its review under the National Environmental Policy Act and other related authorities in accordance with 24 CFR Part 58.

16. With respect to public housing the PHA will comply with Davis -Bacon or HUD determined wage rate requirements under section 12 of the United States Housing Act of 1937 and the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act.

17. The PHA will keep records in accordance with 24 CFR 85.20 and facilitate an effective audit to determine compliance with

program requirements.

18. The PHA will comply with the Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention Act and 24 CFR Part 35.

19. The PHA will comply with the policies, guidelines, and requirements of OMB Circular No. A-87 (Cost Principles for State, Local and Indian Tribal Governments) and 24 CFR Part 85 (Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State, Local and Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments.).

20. The PHA will undertake only activities and programs covered by the Plan in a manner consistent with its Plan and will utilize

covered grant funds only for activities that are approvable under the regulations and included in its Plan.

21. All attachments to the Plan have been and will continue to be available at all times and all locations that the PHA Plan is available for public inspection. All required supporting documents have been made available for public inspection along with the Plan and additional requirements at the primary business office of the PHA and at all other times and locations identified by the PHA in its PHA Plan and will continue to be made available at least at the primary business office of the PHA.

 

 

 

_____________________________                          ___________________

PHA Name                                                                  PHA Number/HA Code

 

___ Standard PHA Plan for Fiscal Year: 20__

___ Standard Five-Year PHA Plan for Fiscal Years 20__ - 20__, including Annual Plan for FY 20__

___ Streamlined Five-Year PHA Plan for Fiscal Years 20__ - 20__, including Annual Plan for FY 20__

 

 

I hereby certify that all the information stated herein, as well as any information provided in the accompaniment herewith, is true and accurate. Warning: HUD will

prosecute false claims and statements. Conviction may result in criminal and/or civil penalties. (18 U.S.C. 1001, 1010, 1012; 31 U.S.C. 3729, 3802)

 

Name of Authorized Official

Title

 

 

 

Signature

 

X

Date

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office of Public and Indian Housing

 

 

 

PHA Plans

Annual Plan for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2004

 

 

45-day Public Review – March 1, 2004

Housing Committee Review – April 14, 2004

Public Hearing/Board of Supervisors – April 21, 2004

 

 

NOTE:  THIS PHA PLANS TEMPLATE (HUD 50075) IS TO BE COMPLETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS LOCATED IN APPLICABLE PIH NOTICES

 

PHA Plan

Agency Identification

 

PHA Name:  Albemarle County Office of Housing

 

PHA Number:  VA036V0

 

PHA Fiscal Year Beginning: (mm/yyyy) 07/2004

Public Access to Information

 

Information regarding any activities outlined in this plan can be obtained by contacting: (select all that apply)

X    Main administrative office of the PHA

   PHA development management offices

   PHA local offices

 

Display Locations For PHA Plans and Supporting Documents

 

The PHA Plans (including attachments) are available for public inspection at: (select all that apply)

X  Main administrative office of the PHA

   PHA development management offices

   PHA local offices

x  Main administrative office of the local government

 Main administrative office of the County government

  Main administrative office of the State government

   Public library

x  PHA website

  Other (list below)

 

 

PHA Plan Supporting Documents are available for inspection at: (select all that apply)

X  Main business office of the PHA

  PHA development management offices

  Other (list below)

 

 

 

Annual PHA Plan

PHA Fiscal Year 2004-05

[24 CFR Part 903.7]

 

i. Annual Plan Type:

Select which type of Annual Plan the PHA will submit.

 

   Standard Plan

 

Streamlined Plan:

High Performing PHA

Small Agency (<250 Public Housing Units)

X    Administering Section 8 Only 

 

   Troubled Agency Plan

 

ii. Executive Summary of the Annual PHA Plan

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (r)]

The County of Albemarle’s Office of Housing acts as the PHA for the administration of Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers.  In addition to administration of the HCV program, the Office provides comprehensive counseling services through its HOMEBUYERS’ Clubs.  The Office continues to recognize the importance of coordinating its activities with other housing providers, both for-profit and nonprofit to maintain existing affordable housing stock and create new affordable housing opportunities.  This year’s plan is generally the same as last year’s plan with the exception of increasing the payment standard on all units to 110% of the FMR.  This change is made due to pressures of the rental market in the area.  We also are proposing to allow up to 15% of our allocation for project-based assistance.  This proposal is attached to the Annual Plan.

 We will continue to use the approved  preference for those living and/or working in Albemarle County and have organized our waiting list on this basis.  Although not included in this year’s plan, the Office continues to consider a homeownership option for using vouchers by seeking mortgage financing that will work with the program.  We would be more likely to create a homeownership assistance program if funds were approved for one-time downpayment and closing cost assistance.

 

 

 

iii. Annual Plan Table of Contents

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (r)]

Provide a table of contents for the Annual Plan, including attachments, and a list of supporting documents available for public inspection

.

 

Table of Contents

                                         Page #

Annual Plan

i.  Executive Summary                                          1

ii.Table of Contents                                          2

1.  Housing Needs                                            6

2.  Financial Resources                                  12

3.  Policies on Eligibility, Selection and Admissions         13

4.  Rent Determination Policies                               17

5.  Operations and Management Policies                        18

6.  Grievance Procedures                                      19

7.  Capital Improvement Needs                                

8.  Demolition and Disposition

9.  Designation of Housing

10.Conversions of Public Housing

11.Homeownership                                              21

12.Community Service Programs

13.Crime and Safety

14.Pets (Inactive for January 1 PHAs)

15.Civil Rights Certifications (included with PHA Plan Certifications)

16.Audit

17.Asset Management

18.Other Information                                           27

Resident Advisory Board Members                                                                                  28

    

Attachments

Indicate which attachments are provided by selecting all that apply. Provide the attachment’s name (A, B, etc.) in the space to the left of the name of the attachment.   Note:  If the attachment is provided as a separate file submission from the PHA Plans file, provide the file name in parentheses in the space to the right of the title. 

 

Required Attachments:

   Admissions Policy for Deconcentration

   FY 2000 Capital Fund Program Annual Statement 

   Most recent board-approved operating budget (Required Attachment for PHAs  that are troubled or at risk of being designated troubled ONLY)

 

Optional Attachments:

PHA Management Organizational Chart

FY 2000 Capital Fund Program 5 Year Action Plan

Public Housing Drug Elimination Program (PHDEP) Plan

Comments of Resident Advisory Board or Boards (must be attached if not included in PHA Plan text)

X Other (List below, providing each attachment name)

Statement of Substantial Deviation/Modification of 5-year and Annual Plans

·        Waiting list (lottery)

·        Project-based vouchers


 

Supporting Documents Available for Review

Indicate which documents are available for public review by placing a mark in the “Applicable & On Display” column in the appropriate rows.  All listed documents must be on display if applicable to the program activities conducted by the PHA. 

 

 

List of Supporting Documents Available for Review

Applicable &

On Display

Supporting Document

Applicable Plan Component

X

PHA Plan Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations

5 Year and Annual Plans

X

State/Local Government Certification of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan 

5 Year and Annual Plans

X

Fair Housing Documentation: 

Records reflecting that the PHA has examined its programs or proposed programs, identified any impediments to fair housing choice in those programs,  addressed or is addressing those impediments in a reasonable fashion in view of the resources available, and worked or is working with local jurisdictions to implement any of the jurisdictions’ initiatives to affirmatively further fair housing that require the PHA’s involvement. 

5 Year and Annual Plans

X

Consolidated Plan for the jurisdiction/s in which the PHA is located (which includes the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI))) and any additional backup data to support statement of housing needs in the jurisdiction

Annual Plan:

Housing Needs

X

Most recent board-approved operating budget for the public housing program

 

Annual Plan:

Financial Resources;

 

 

Public Housing Admissions and (Continued) Occupancy Policy (A&O), which includes the Tenant Selection and Assignment Plan [TSAP]

 

Annual Plan:  Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions Policies

X

Section 8 Administrative Plan

 

Annual Plan:  Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions Policies

 

Public Housing Deconcentration and Income Mixing Documentation:

1.  PHA board certifications of compliance with deconcentration requirements (section 16(a) of the US Housing Act of 1937, as implemented in the 2/18/99 Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act Initial Guidance; Notice and any further HUD guidance) and

2.  Documentation of the required deconcentration and income mixing analysis

Annual Plan:  Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions Policies

 

Public housing rent determination policies, including the methodology for setting public housing flat rents

 check here if included in the public housing

A & O Policy

Annual Plan:  Rent Determination

 

Schedule of flat rents offered at each public housing development

 check here if included in the public housing

A & O Policy

 

X

Section 8 rent determination (payment standard) policies

X check here if included in Section 8 Administrative Plan

Annual Plan:  Rent Determination

 

Public housing management and maintenance policy documents, including policies for the prevention or eradication of pest infestation (including cockroach infestation)

Annual Plan:  Operations and Maintenance

 

Public housing grievance procedures

X check here if included in the public housing

A & O Policy

Annual Plan: Grievance Procedures

X

Section 8 informal review and hearing procedures

X check here if included in Section 8 Administrative Plan

Annual Plan:  Grievance Procedures

 

The HUD-approved Capital Fund/Comprehensive Grant Program Annual Statement (HUD 52837) for the active grant year

Annual Plan:  Capital Needs

 

Most recent CIAP Budget/Progress Report (HUD 52825) for any active CIAP grant

Annual Plan:  Capital Needs

 

Most recent, approved 5 Year Action Plan for the Capital Fund/Comprehensive Grant Program, if not included as an attachment (provided at PHA option)

Annual Plan:  Capital Needs

 

Approved HOPE VI applications or, if more recent, approved or submitted HOPE VI Revitalization Plans or any other approved proposal for development of public housing

Annual Plan:  Capital Needs

 

Approved or submitted applications for demolition and/or disposition of public housing

Annual Plan:  Demolition and Disposition

 

Approved or submitted applications for designation of public housing (Designated Housing Plans)

Annual Plan: Designation of Public Housing

 

Approved or submitted assessments of reasonable revitalization of public housing and approved or submitted conversion plans prepared pursuant to section 202 of the 1996 HUD Appropriations Act

Annual Plan:  Conversion of Public Housing

 

Approved or submitted public housing homeownership programs/plans

Annual Plan:  Homeownership

 

Policies governing any Section 8  Homeownership program

 check here if included in the Section 8 Administrative Plan

Annual Plan:  Homeownership

 

Any cooperative agreement between the PHA and the TANF agency

Annual Plan:  Community Service & Self-Sufficiency

X

FSS Action Plan/s for public housing and/or Section 8

Annual Plan:  Community Service & Self-Sufficiency

X

Most recent self-sufficiency (ED/SS, TOP or ROSS or other resident services grant) grant program reports

Annual Plan:  Community Service & Self-Sufficiency

 

The most recent Public Housing Drug Elimination Program (PHEDEP) semi-annual performance report for any open grant and most recently submitted PHDEP application (PHDEP Plan)

Annual Plan:  Safety and Crime Prevention

X

The most recent fiscal year audit of the PHA conducted under section 5(h)(2) of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42 U. S.C. 1437c(h)), the results of that audit and the PHA’s response to any findings

Annual Plan:  Annual Audit

 

Troubled PHAs: MOA/Recovery Plan 

Troubled PHAs

 

Other supporting documents (optional)

(list individually; use as many lines as necessary)

(specify as needed)

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Statement of Housing Needs

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (a)]

 

A.  Housing Needs of Families in the Jurisdiction/s Served by the PHA

Based upon the information contained in the Consolidated Plan/s applicable to the jurisdiction, and/or other data available to the PHA, provide a statement of the housing needs in the jurisdiction by completing the following table. In the “Overall”  Needs column, provide the estimated number  of renter families that have housing needs.  For the remaining characteristics,  rate the impact of that factor on the housing needs for each family type, from 1 to 5, with 1 being “no impact” and 5 being “severe impact.”  Use N/A to indicate that no information is available upon which the PHA can make this assessment.

 

Housing Needs of Families in the Jurisdiction

by Family Type

Family Type

Overall

 

Afford-ability

Supply

Quality

 

Access-ibility

Size

Loca-tion

Income <= 30% of AMI

1375

5

4

4

2

3

4

Income >30% but <=50% of AMI

1015

5

4

4

2

3

4

Income >50% but <80% of AMI

1250

4

3

3

2

2

3

Elderly

305

4

3

2

2

3

3

Families with Disabilities

NA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Ethnicity

NA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Ethnicity

NA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Ethnicity

NA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Ethnicity

NA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What sources of information did the PHA use to conduct this analysis? (Check all that apply; all materials must be made available for public inspection.)

 

X    Consolidated Plan of the City of Charlottesville & Thomas Jefferson HOME      Consortium

     Indicate year: 2000

   U.S. Census data: the Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (“CHAS”) dataset

   American Housing Survey data

     Indicate year:      

   Other housing market study

     Indicate year:      

   Other sources: (list and indicate year of information)

 

 

B. Housing Needs of Families on the Public Housing and Section 8 Tenant- Based Assistance Waiting Lists

State the housing needs of the families on the PHA’s waiting list/s. Complete one table for each type of  PHA-wide waiting list administered by the PHA.  PHAs may provide separate tables for site-based or sub-jurisdictional public housing waiting lists at their option.

 

 

Housing Needs of Families on the Waiting List

 

Waiting list type: (select one)

X      Section 8 tenant-based assistance

      Public Housing

      Combined Section 8 and Public Housing

      Public Housing Site-Based or sub-jurisdictional waiting list (optional)

If used, identify which development/subjurisdiction:

 

# of families

% of total families

 Annual Turnover

 

Waiting list total

264

 

125

Extremely low income <=30% AMI

213

81

 

Very low income

(>30% but <=50% AMI)

51

19

 

Low income

(>50% but <80% AMI)

0

 

 

Families with children

195

74

 

Elderly families

36

14

 

 

Families with Disabilities

 

30

 

11

 

 

Asian

0

 

 

Black

169

64

 

White

 66

25

 

 Hispanic

7

3

 

 Other

4

2

 

 Undesignated

20

 8

 

 

Characteristics by Bedroom Size (Public Housing Only)

 

 

 

1BR

 

 

 

2 BR

 

 

 

3 BR

 

 

 

4 BR

 

 

 

5 BR

 

 

 

5+ BR

 

 

 

 Is the waiting list closed (select one)?   No  X Yes 

If yes:

How long has it been closed (# of months)? 24

Does the PHA expect to reopen the list in the PHA Plan year? X  No    Yes

Does the PHA permit specific categories of families onto the waiting list, even if generally closed? X  No    Yes

 

 

C.  Strategy for Addressing 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, and the Agency’s reasons for choosing this strategy. 

 

(1)  Strategies

Need:  Shortage of affordable housing for all eligible populations

 

Strategy 1.  Maximize the number of affordable units available to the PHA within its current resources by:

Select all that apply

 

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

   Reduce turnover time for vacated public housing units

   Reduce time to renovate public housing units

   Seek replacement of public housing units lost to the inventory through mixed finance development

   Seek replacement of public housing units lost to the inventory through section 8 replacement housing resources

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

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

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

X    Maintain or increase section 8 lease-up rates by effectively screening Section 8 applicants to increase owner acceptance of program

X    Participate in the Consolidated Plan development process to ensure coordination with broader community strategies

X    Other (list below)

Albemarle County Office of Housing is participating in the creation of a regional tenant counseling program that will begin working with those applicants on the waiting list.  Upon completion of counseling, a client receiving a voucher may be eligible for a security and utility deposit assistance program using HOME funds.

 

The County proposes allowing up to 15% of its allocation to be used as project-based assistance for properties that preserve existing affordable rental units that may be lost to the market, creating new affordable rental units when a nonprofit is a partner in the development and appropriate services for the target population will be made available.

 

Strategy 2:  Increase the number of affordable housing units by:

Select all that apply

 

   Apply for additional section 8 units should they become available

X    Leverage affordable housing resources in the community through the creation of mixed - finance housing

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

X    Other: (list below)

SEE discussion of project-based vouchers in Strategy 1.

 

Need:  Specific Family Types:  Families at or below 30% of median

 

Strategy 1:  Target available assistance to families at or below 30 % of AMI

Select all that apply

 

       Exceed HUD federal targeting requirements for families at or below 30% of AMI in public housing

   Exceed HUD federal targeting requirements for families at or below 30% of AMI in tenant-based section 8 assistance

   Employ admissions preferences aimed at families with economic hardships

 

   Adopt rent policies to support and encourage work

 

   Other: (list below)

 

Need:  Specific Family Types:  Families at or below 50% of median

 

Strategy 1: Target available assistance to families at or below 50% of AMI

Select all that apply

 

   Employ admissions preferences aimed at families who are working

   Adopt rent policies to support and encourage work

   Other: (list below)

 

Need:  Specific Family Types: The Elderly

 

Strategy 1:  Target available assistance to the elderly:

Select all that apply

 

   Seek designation of public housing for the elderly

   Apply for special-purpose vouchers targeted to the elderly, should they become available

X         Other: (list below)

Support privately developed housing for the elderly, both assisted living and independent living units including the consideration of using project-based vouchers.

 

Need:  Specific Family Types:  Families with Disabilities

 

Strategy 1:  Target available assistance to Families with Disabilities:

Select all that apply

 

       Seek designation of public housing for families with disabilities

       Carry out the modifications needed in public housing based on the section 504 Needs Assessment for Public Housing

   Apply for special-purpose vouchers targeted to families with disabilities, should they become available

X    Affirmatively market to local non-profit agencies that assist families with disabilities

   Other: (list below)

 

Need:  Specific Family Types:  Races or ethnicities with disproportionate housing needs

 

Strategy 1:  Increase awareness of PHA resources among families of races and ethnicities with disproportionate needs:

Select if applicable

 

X    Affirmatively market to races/ethnicities shown to have disproportionate housing needs

   Other: (list below)

 

Strategy 2:  Conduct activities to affirmatively further fair housing

Select all that apply

 

X    Counsel section 8 tenants as to location of units outside of areas of poverty or minority concentration and assist them to locate those units

X    Market the section 8 program to owners outside of areas of poverty /minority concentrations

X    Other: (list below)

Participate in the development of a report on Impediments to Fair and Affordable Housing and work with local and regional housing partners to implement actions to minimize impediments.

 

Other Housing Needs & Strategies: (list needs and strategies below)

 

(2)  Reasons for Selecting Strategies

Of the factors listed below, select all that influenced the PHA’s selection of the strategies it will pursue:

 

X    Funding constraints

X    Staffing constraints

X    Limited availability of sites for assisted housing

X    Extent to which particular housing needs are met by other organizations in the community

   Evidence of housing needs as demonstrated in the Consolidated Plan and other information available to the PHA

X    Influence of the housing market on PHA programs

   Community priorities regarding housing assistance

   Results of consultation with local or state government

   Results of consultation with residents and the Resident Advisory Board

   Results of consultation with advocacy groups

   Other:  (list below)

 

 

2. Statement of Financial Resources

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (b)]

List the financial resources that are anticipated to be available to the PHA for the support of Federal public housing and tenant-based Section 8 assistance programs administered by the PHA during the Plan year.   Note:  the table assumes that Federal public housing or tenant based Section 8 assistance grant funds are expended on eligible purposes; therefore, uses of these funds need not be stated.  For other funds, indicate the use for those funds as one of the following categories: public housing operations, public housing capital improvements, public housing safety/security, public housing supportive services, Section 8 tenant-based assistance, Section 8 supportive services or other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial Resources: 

Planned Sources and Uses

Sources

Planned $

Planned Uses

 1.  Federal Grants (FY 2002 grants)

 

 

a)  Public Housing Operating Fund

 

 

b)  Public Housing Capital Fund

 

 

c)  HOPE VI Revitalization

 

 

d)  HOPE VI Demolition

 

 

e)  Annual Contributions for Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance

$2,500,000

 

f)  Public Housing Drug Elimination Program (including any Technical Assistance funds)

 

 

g)  Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency Grants

$    46,000

 

h)  Community Development Block Grant

$  375,100

Purchase/Rehab Rental Property

i)  HOME

$  125,000

Rehab/TBRA

Other Federal Grants (list below)

 

 

Annual Contribution for Section 8 through VHDA

 

 

2.  Prior Year Federal Grants (unobligated funds only) (list below)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.  Public Housing Dwelling Rental Income

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Other income (list below)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Non-federal sources (list below)

 

 

County of Albemarle

$  190,000

Operations/counseling

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total resources

$3,236,100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.  PHA Policies Governing Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (c)]

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

B. Section 8

Exemptions:  PHAs that do not administer section 8 are not required to complete sub-component 3B. 

Unless otherwise specified, all questions in this section apply only to the tenant-based section 8 assistance program (vouchers, and until completely merged into the voucher program, certificates).

 

(1) Eligibility

 

a.  What is the extent of screening conducted by the PHA? (select all that apply)

X    Criminal or drug-related activity only to the extent required by law or regulation

       Criminal and drug-related activity, more extensively than required by law or regulation

       More general screening than criminal and drug-related activity (list factors below)

   Other (list below)

    

 

b. X  Yes     No: Does the PHA request criminal records from local law enforcement agencies for screening purposes?

 

c.   Yes X  No:  Does the PHA request criminal records from State law enforcement agencies for screening purposes?

 

d.   Yes  X  No:  Does the PHA access FBI criminal records from the FBI for screening purposes? (either directly or through an NCIC-authorized source)

 

e.  Indicate what kinds of information you share with prospective landlords? (select all that apply)

   Criminal or drug-related activity

X    Other (describe below)

Information regarding “standing” of client upon request by landlord or public housing agency

 

(2) Waiting List Organization

 

a.  With which of the following program waiting lists is the section 8 tenant-based assistance waiting list merged? (select all that apply)

   None

   Federal public housing

   Federal moderate rehabilitation

   Federal project-based certificate program

   Other federal or local program (list below)

 

b.  Where may interested persons apply for admission to section 8 tenant-based assistance? (select all that apply)

X    PHA main administrative office

   Other (list below)

 

(3) Search Time

 

a.  X  Yes    No: Does the PHA give extensions on standard 60-day period to search for a unit?

 

If yes, state circumstances below:

If prospective tenant cannot find a unit, primarily due to unit availability, a request may be granted for up to an additional 60 days in 30-day increments.  Prospective tenant must document efforts to locate housing to receive such extensions.

 

(4) Admissions Preferences

 

a.  Income targeting

 

  Yes    X  No: Does the PHA plan to exceed the federal targeting requirements by targeting more than 75% of all new admissions to the section 8 program to families at or below 30% of median area income?

 

 

b.  Preferences

1. X Yes    No: Has the PHA established preferences for admission to section 8 tenant-based assistance? (other than date and time of application) (if no, skip to subcomponent (5) Special purpose section 8 assistance programs)

 

2.  Which of the following admission preferences does the PHA plan to employ in the coming year? (select all that apply from either former Federal preferences or other      preferences)

 

Former Federal preferences

   Involuntary Displacement (Disaster, Government Action, Action of Housing Owner, Inaccessibility, Property Disposition)

   Victims of domestic violence

   Substandard housing

   Homelessness

   High rent burden (rent is > 50 percent of income)

 

Other preferences (select all that apply)

   Working families and those unable to work because of age or disability    

   Veterans and veterans’ families  

X    Residents who live and/or work in your jurisdiction

   Those enrolled currently in educational, training, or upward mobility programs

   Households that contribute to meeting income goals (broad range of incomes)

   Households that contribute to meeting income requirements (targeting)

   Those previously enrolled in educational, training, or upward mobility programs

   Victims of reprisals or hate crimes 

   Other preference(s) (list below)

 

 

3. If the PHA will employ admissions preferences, please prioritize by placing a “1” in   the space that represents your first priority, a “2” in the box representing your    second priority, and so on.   If you give equal weight to one or more of these choices (either through an absolute hierarchy or through a point system), place the      same number next to each.  That means you can use “1” more than once, “2” more    than once, etc.

 

  2       Date and Time

 

Former Federal preferences

     Involuntary Displacement (Disaster, Government Action, Action of Housing Owner, Inaccessibility, Property Disposition)

     Victims of domestic violence

     Substandard housing

     Homelessness

     High rent burden

 

Other preferences (select all that apply)

   Working families and those unable to work because of age or disability    

   Veterans and veterans’ families  

1    Residents who live and/or work in your jurisdiction

   Those enrolled currently in educational, training, or upward mobility programs

   Households that contribute to meeting income goals (broad range of incomes)

   Households that contribute to meeting income requirements (targeting)

   Those previously enrolled in educational, training, or upward mobility      programs

   Victims of reprisals or hate crimes

   Other preference(s) (list below)

 

 

4.  Among applicants on the waiting list with equal preference status, how are applicants selected? (select one)

   Date and time of application

X    Drawing (lottery) or other random choice technique

 

 

5.  If the PHA plans to employ preferences for “residents who live and/or work in the    jurisdiction” (select one)

X    This preference has previously been reviewed and approved by HUD

   The PHA requests approval for this preference through this PHA Plan

         

 

6.  Relationship of preferences to income targeting requirements: (select one)

   The PHA applies preferences within income tiers

X    Not applicable:  the pool of applicant families ensures that the PHA will meet income targeting requirements

 

 

(5)   Special Purpose Section 8 Assistance Programs

 

a.  In which documents or other reference materials are the policies governing eligibility, selection, and admissions to any special-purpose section 8 program administered by the PHA contained? (select all that apply)

X    The Section 8 Administrative Plan

X    Briefing sessions and written materials

       Other (list below)

 

b.  How does the PHA announce the availability of any special-purpose section 8  programs to the public?

   Through published notices

X    Other (list below)

          Referrals from social services

          Direct contact of active clients with vouchers

 

 

 

4.  PHA Rent Determination Policies

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (d)]

 

A.  NOT APPLICABLE

Exemptions:  PHAs that do not administer public housing are not required to complete sub-component 4A.

 

 

B.  Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance

Exemptions:  PHAs that do not administer Section 8 tenant-based assistance are not required to complete sub-component 4B. Unless otherwise specified, all questions in this section apply only to the tenant-based section 8 assistance program (vouchers, and until completely merged into the voucher program, certificates).

(1) Payment Standards

Describe the voucher payment standards and policies.

 

a. What is the PHA’s payment standard? (select the category that best describes your standard)

   At or above 90% but below100% of FMR

   100% of FMR

X    Above 100% but at or below 110% of FMR

   Above 110% of FMR (if HUD approved; describe circumstances below)

 

b.  If the payment standard is lower than FMR, why has the PHA selected this standard? (select all that apply)

   FMRs are adequate to ensure success among assisted families in the PHA’s segment of the FMR area

   The PHA has chosen to serve additional families by lowering the payment standard

   Reflects market or submarket

   Other (list below)

 

c.  If the payment standard is higher than FMR, why has the PHA chosen this level? (select all that apply)

   FMRs are not adequate to ensure success among assisted families in the PHA’s segment of the FMR area

X    Reflects market or submarket

X    To increase housing options for families

   Other (list below)

 

d.  How often are payment standards reevaluated for adequacy? (select one)

X    Annually

   Other (list below)

 

 

e.  What factors will the PHA consider in its assessment of the adequacy of its payment standard?  (select all that apply)

X    Success rates of assisted families

X    Rent burdens of assisted families

X    Other (list below)

     Budgetary Constraints – attempt to maintain 100% lease-up of vouchers

 

(2) Minimum Rent

 

a.  What amount best reflects the PHA’s minimum rent? (select one)

   $0

X    $1-$25

   $26-$50

 

b. X  Yes   No: Has the PHA adopted any discretionary minimum rent hardship exemption  policies? (if yes, list below)

Minimum rent is generally handled through a reduction in the utility allowance paid to the tenant.  Upon written request by tenant for a waiver, actual utility bills will be reviewed and appropriateness of utility allowance paid will be determined.  In no case will utility allowance paid to tenant be greater than published allowances.

    

5. Operations and Management

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (e)]

 

Exemptions from Component 5:  High performing and small PHAs are not required to complete this section.  Section 8 only PHAs must complete parts A, B, and C(2)

 

 

A.  PHA Management Structure

Describe the PHA’s management structure and organization.

(select one)

   An organization chart showing the PHA’s management structure and organization is attached.

X    A brief description of the management structure and organization of the PHA follows:

Daily activities for the rental assistance programs are carried out by two housing specialists and one housing inspector coordinated by a rental assistance coordinator.  A housing counselor is responsible for all FSS and FUP clients and works with the housing specialists on initial occupancy and recertification. Currently all positions are supervised by the Chief of Housing who reports to an Assistant County Executive.  A Housing Committee with members appointed by the Board of Supervisors also reviews activities of the office and makes policy recommendations to the Board.

 

 

 

B. HUD Programs Under PHA Management

_       List Federal programs administered by the PHA, number of families served at the beginning of the upcoming fiscal year, and expected turnover in each.  (Use “NA” to indicate that the PHA does not operate any of the programs listed below.) 

Program Name

Units or Families Served at Mar 1, 2004

Expected

Turnover

Public Housing

 

 

Section 8 Vouchers

411

40

Section 8 Certificates

 

 

Section 8 Mod Rehab

36

8

Special Purpose Section 8 Certificates/Vouchers (list individually)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.  Management and Maintenance Policies

List the PHA’s public housing management and maintenance policy documents, manuals and handbooks that contain the Agency’s rules, standards, and policies that govern maintenance and management of public housing, including a description of any measures necessary for the prevention or eradication of pest infestation (which includes cockroach infestation) and the policies governing Section 8 management.

NOT APPLICABLE

 

6. PHA Grievance Procedures

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (f)]

 

Exemptions from component 6:  High performing PHAs are not required to complete component 6. Section 8-Only PHAs are exempt from sub-component 6A.

 

A.    Public Housing

1.   Yes   No: Has the PHA established any written grievance procedures in addition to federal requirements found at 24 CFR Part 966, Subpart B, for residents of public housing?

 

If yes, list additions to federal requirements below:

 

2.  Which PHA office should residents or applicants to public housing contact to initiate the PHA grievance process? (select all that apply)

   PHA main administrative office

   PHA development management offices

   Other (list below)

 

 

 

 

 

B.  Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance

1.   Yes X  No: Has the PHA established informal review procedures for applicants to the Section 8 tenant-based assistance program and informal hearing procedures for families assisted by the Section 8 tenant-based assistance program in addition to federal requirements found at 24 CFR 982?

 

If yes, list additions to federal requirements below:

 

2.  Which PHA office should applicants or assisted families contact to initiate the informal review and informal hearing processes? (select all that apply)

X    PHA main administrative office

   Other (list below)

 

 

7.  Capital Improvement Needs

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (g)]

Exemptions from Component 7:  Section 8 only PHAs are not required to complete this component and may skip to Component 8. 

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

8. Demolition and Disposition

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (h)]

Applicability of component 8:  Section 8 only PHAs are not required to complete this section. 

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

 

9. Designation of Public Housing for Occupancy by Elderly Families or Families with Disabilities or Elderly Families and Families with Disabilities

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (i)]

Exemptions from Component 9;  Section 8 only PHAs are not required to complete this section.

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

10. Conversion of Public Housing to Tenant-Based Assistance

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (j)]

Exemptions from Component 10;  Section 8 only PHAs are not required to complete this section.

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

 

B.  Reserved for Conversions pursuant to Section 22 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937

 

 

C.  Reserved for Conversions pursuant to Section 33 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937

 

 

11.  Homeownership Programs Administered by the PHA

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (k)]

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

B. Section 8 Tenant Based Assistance

 

1.   Yes X  No: Does the PHA plan to administer a Section 8 Homeownership program pursuant to Section 8(y) of the U.S.H.A. of 1937, as implemented by 24 CFR part 982 ? (If “No”, skip to component 12; if “yes”,  describe each program using the table below (copy and complete questions for each program identified), unless the PHA is eligible to complete a streamlined submission due to high performer status.    High performing PHAs may skip to component 12.)

 

2.  Program Description:

 

a.  Size of Program

  Yes   No:     Will the PHA limit the number of families participating in the section 8 homeownership option?

 

If the answer to the question above was yes, which statement best describes the number of participants? (select one)

   25 or fewer participants

   26 - 50 participants

   51 to 100 participants

   more than 100 participants

 

b.  PHA-established eligibility criteria

  Yes   No: Will the PHA’s program have eligibility criteria for participation in its Section 8 Homeownership Option program in addition to HUD criteria?

If yes, list criteria below:

 

 

12. PHA Community Service and Self-sufficiency Programs

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (l)]

Exemptions from Component 12:  High performing and small PHAs are not required to complete this component.  Section 8-Only PHAs are not required to complete sub-component C.

 

A.  PHA Coordination with the Welfare (TANF) Agency

 

1.  Cooperative agreements:

X  Yes   No: Has the PHA has entered into a cooperative agreement with the TANF Agency, to share information and/or target supportive services (as contemplated by section 12(d)(7) of the Housing Act of 1937)?

 

If yes, what was the date that agreement was signed? 12/15/98

 

 

 

2.  Other coordination efforts between the PHA and TANF agency (select all that apply)

X    Client referrals

X    Information sharing regarding mutual clients (for rent determinations and otherwise)

X    Coordinate the provision of specific social and self-sufficiency services and programs to eligible families

   Jointly administer programs

   Partner to administer a HUD Welfare-to-Work voucher program

   Joint administration of other demonstration program

   Other (describe)

 

 

B.   Services and programs offered to residents and participants

 

    (1) General

 

a.  Self-Sufficiency Policies

Which, if any of the following discretionary policies will the PHA employ to enhance the economic and social self-sufficiency of assisted families in the following areas? (select all that apply)

   Public housing rent determination policies

   Public housing admissions policies

X    Section 8 admissions policies

   Preference in admission to section 8 for certain public housing families

   Preferences for families working or engaging in training or education programs for non-housing programs operated or coordinated by the PHA

   Preference/eligibility for public housing homeownership option participation

   Preference/eligibility for section 8 homeownership option participation

   Other policies (list below)

 

 

b.  Economic and Social self-sufficiency programs

 

X  Yes   No:     Does the PHA coordinate, promote or provide any programs to enhance the economic and social self-sufficiency of residents? (If “yes”, complete the following table; if “no” skip to sub-component 2, Family Self Sufficiency Programs.  The position of the table may be altered to facilitate its use. )

 

 

 

Services and Programs

 

Program Name & Description (including location, if appropriate)

Estimated Size

Allocation

Method

(waiting list/random selection/specific criteria/other)

Access

(development office / PHA main office / other provider name)

Eligibility

(public housing or

section 8 participants or both)

Homebuyer Clubs

30

Referrals & current clients

PHA Main Office

Section 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(2) Family Self Sufficiency program/s

 

a.  Participation Description

Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) Participation

Program

Required Number of Participants

(start of FY 2002 Estimate)

Actual Number of Participants

(As of: 4/01/02)

Public Housing

 

 

 

Section 8

 

40

26

 

b. X  Yes   No:  If the PHA is not maintaining the minimum program size required by HUD, does the most recent FSS Action Plan address the steps the PHA plans to take to achieve at least the minimum program size?

If no, list steps the PHA will take below:

 

 

            

C.  Welfare Benefit Reductions

 

1.  The PHA is complying with the statutory requirements of section 12(d) of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (relating to the treatment of income changes resulting from welfare program requirements) by: (select all that apply)

   Adopting appropriate changes to the PHA’s public housing rent determination policies and train staff to carry out those policies

   Informing residents of new policy on admission and reexamination

   Actively notifying residents of new policy at times in addition to admission and reexamination.

   Establishing or pursuing a cooperative agreement with all appropriate TANF agencies regarding the exchange of information and coordination of services

   Establishing a protocol for exchange of information with all appropriate TANF agencies

   Other: (list below)

 

 

D.  Reserved for Community Service Requirement pursuant to section 12(c) of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937

 

 

13.  PHA Safety and Crime Prevention Measures

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (m)]

Exemptions from Component 13:  High performing and small PHAs not participating in PHDEP and Section 8 Only PHAs may skip to component 15.  High Performing and small PHAs that are participating in PHDEP and are submitting a PHDEP Plan with this PHA Plan may skip to sub-component D.

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

14.  RESERVED FOR PET POLICY

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (n)]

 

15.  Civil Rights Certifications

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (o)]

 

Civil rights certifications are included in the PHA Plan Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations.

 

16.  Fiscal Audit

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (p)]

 

1. X   Yes   No: Is the PHA required to have an audit conducted under section                 5(h)(2) of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42 U S.C. 1437c(h))?                   (If no, skip to component 17.)

2. X    Yes   No: Was the most recent fiscal audit submitted to HUD?

3.   Yes X  No: Were there any findings as the result of that audit?

4.   Yes   No: If there were any findings, do any remain unresolved?

If yes, how many unresolved findings remain?____

5.   Yes   No: Have responses to any unresolved findings been submitted to HUD?

If not, when are they due (state below)?

 

 

17.  PHA Asset Management

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (q)]

 

Exemptions from component 17:  Section 8 Only PHAs are not required to complete this component.  High performing and small PHAs are not required to complete this component.

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 

18.  Other Information

[24 CFR Part 903.7 9 (r)]

 

A.  Resident Advisory Board Recommendations

 

1. X  Yes   No: Did the PHA receive any comments on the PHA Plan from the Resident Advisory Board/s?

 

2.  If yes, the comments are: (if comments were received, the PHA MUST select one)

   Attached at Attachment (File name)      

X    Provided below:

 

One comment was received indicating a desire that a homeownership assistance program be developed so that payment could be used for asset accumulation.

 

3.  In what manner did the PHA address those comments? (select all that apply)

X    Considered comments, but determined that no changes to the PHA Plan would be made at this time.

   The PHA changed portions of the PHA Plan in response to comments

     List changes below:

 

   Other: (list below)

 

 

B.  Description of Election process for Residents on the PHA Board

 

1. X  Yes   No:       Does the PHA meet the exemption criteria provided section 2(b)(2) of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937? (If no, continue to question 2; if yes, skip to sub-component C.)

 

2.   Yes   No:      Was the resident who serves on the PHA Board elected by the residents? (If yes, continue to question 3; if no, skip to sub-component C.)

 

3.  Description of Resident Election Process

 

a. Nomination of candidates for place on the ballot: (select all that apply)

   Candidates were nominated by resident and assisted family organizations

   Candidates could be nominated by any adult recipient of PHA assistance

   Self-nomination:  Candidates registered with the PHA and requested a place on ballot

   Other: (describe)

 

b.  Eligible candidates: (select one)

   Any recipient of PHA assistance

   Any head of household receiving PHA assistance

   Any adult recipient of PHA assistance

   Any adult member of a resident or assisted family organization

   Other (list)

 

c.  Eligible voters: (select all that apply)

   All adult recipients of PHA assistance (public housing and section 8 tenant-based assistance)

   Representatives of all PHA resident and assisted family organizations

   Other (list)

 

C.  Statement of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan

For each applicable Consolidated Plan, make the following statement (copy questions as many times as necessary).

 

1.  Consolidated Plan jurisdiction: City of Charlottesville and Thomas Jefferson Consortium

 

2.  The PHA has taken the following steps to ensure consistency of this PHA Plan with the Consolidated Plan for the jurisdiction: (select all that apply)

 

X    The PHA has based its statement of needs of families in the jurisdiction on the needs expressed in the Consolidated Plan/s.

X    The PHA has participated in any consultation process organized and offered by the Consolidated Plan agency in the development of the Consolidated Plan.

X    The PHA has consulted with the Consolidated Plan agency during the development of this PHA Plan.

   Activities to be undertaken by the PHA in the coming year are consistent with the initiatives contained in the Consolidated Plan. (list below)

 

 

   Other: (list below)

 

 

4.  The Consolidated Plan of the jurisdiction supports the PHA Plan with the following actions and commitments: (describe below)

 

 

 

D.  Other Information Required by HUD

 

Use this section to provide any additional information requested by HUD. 

Significant Accomplishments

Ø      Lease-up rates have been maintained since reaching 95% in April 2003.

Ø      Conversion of 95 project-based mod rehab vouchers to Housing Choice Vouchers

Ø      Worked with new owner of Whitewood Village Apartments to avoid any permanent displacement as a result of rehabilitation activities.  Tenants are making temporary moves onsite to vacant units.

Ø      Developed and executed six-jurisdiction agreement to limit portability requests in region.  This agreement will provides the opportunity for each administrator to assist other administrators with program activities including property inspections.

Ø      Development of a security and utility deposit assistance program using HOME funds for applicants that complete a tenant-counseling program.

Ø      Local governing body approved an Affordable Housing Policy as an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan.

 

Initiatives Underway

 

·        Working with a partnership between local nonprofit and private developer to develop 90 units of affordable elderly rental housing using low-income housing tax credits.

·        Developing procedures to implement the County’s Affordable Housing Policy aimed at encouraging each new development to include a percentage of total units that are affordable.

 

 

 

RESIDENT ADVISORY BOARD

 

 

 

    MS. ANN ALBRIGHT

201-2 WHITEWOOD ROAD

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22901

 

    MS. JENNIFER GIBSON

1645 RIO HILL DRIVE, #101

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22901

MR. DARNELL MORRIS

1646 RIO HILL DRIVE, #201

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22901

 

MS. AUTUMN STARKES

2111 MICHIE DRIVE, #44

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22901

MS. KIMBERLY BISHOP

1641 CHERRY AVENUE

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22903

 

MS. CHERYL GROSS

1453 AVON STREET

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22903

MS. PATRICIA STEPPE

943 RIVES STREET

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22902

 

MR. LARRY TOWNSEND

1000 MONTICELLO ROAD, #201

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22902

MS.  PATRICE  LUCKADOO

738 EAST RIO ROAD

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22901

 

MS. CINDY ROGERS WASHINGTON

819 ORANGEDALE AVENUE

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22903

MS. DANNA MARTIN

907 WEST STREET

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA  22903

 

CHAROUNDA COOK

2517 HYDRAULIC ROAD, #80

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 22901

KIM YOUNG

221 WHITEWOOD ROAD, APT. 2

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 22901

 

 

 

 

 

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