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Results: 1995 - 1999

The City of Madison established six major goals and ten primary objectives in its 1995-1999 Five-Year Consolidated Community and Neighborhood Development Plan. These were established as a result of a long series of discussions, analysis and review with many individuals, groups and policy bodies within the City. Once approved by the Common Council and HUD, these goals became one of several major funding factors in the design, funding, and evaluation of activities over the plan period.

The charts below detail the overall major goal and its primary components (or objectives) by each year. The charts identify both the accomplishments and the resources available for each objective, and the actual results in terms of the particular objective and expended funds.

Select a goal/objective from the following list:

HOUSING
Owner-occupant || First-time homebuyer || Renter

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Business creating jobs || Micro-enterprise

COMMUNITY/NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Neighborhood residents || Low/moderate income persons seeking housing or employment resources

HOMELESS SERVICES
Homeless persons seeking housing or employment

SERVICE FACILITIES
Agencies with capital facilities serving LMI

COMPREHENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION
Residents/business of selected "higher need" neighborhoods



Improvement of Owner-Occupied Housing

Bring LMI units in need of minor home repairs and existing owner-occupied units in need of major repairs into compliance with code. (Five-year target was a minimum of 2,200 repairs/rehabs.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (2,200)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

828

787

105%

38%

$994,736

$1,055,614

94%

1996

778

674

115%

35%

$845,594

$1,209,175

70%

1997

502

602

83%

23%

$667,595

$1,567,620

43%

1998

263

475

55%

12%

$567,144

$1,442,376

39%

1999

287

458

63%

13%

$983,235

$1,291,738

76%

Total

2,658

2,996

89%

121%

$4,058,304

$6,566,523

62%

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Expansion of Homeownership Opportunities

Convert/rehab properties or assist single-family units in a manner which makes them affordable for LMI homebuyers. (Five-year target was a minimum of 100 properties/units.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (100)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

74

103

72%

74%

$683,389

$1,291,620

53%

1996

48

132

36%

48%

$696,490

$1,233,745

56%

1997

39

124

31%

39%

$665,366

$1,615,289

41%

1998

30

70

43%

30%

$701,078

$1,341,741

52%

1999

32

73

44%

32%

$1,035,137

$1,617,697

64%

Total

223

502

44%

223%

$3,781,460

$7,100,092

53%

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Improvement and Expansion of Rental Housing

Convert/rehab under-utilized properties or secure properties to develop units with long-term affordability for LMI, or help rental households with housing costs. (Five-year target was a minimum of 250 units.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (250)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

822

1,003

82%

329%

$2,026,581

$2,822,062

72%

1996

391

678

58%

156%

$1,377,105

$2,551,377

54%

1997

476

719

66%

190%

$1,420,330

$2,916,942

49%

1998

442

553

80%

177%

$942,884

$2,672,110

35%

1999

406

522

78%

162%

$2,391,116

$3,220,731

74%

Total

2,537

3,475

73%

1,015%

$8,158,016

$14,183,222

58%

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Facilitate Private Sector New Job Creation

Create new permanent jobs in basic sector businesses and neighborhoods serving businesses. (Five-year target was a minimum of 1,000 jobs.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (1,000)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

91

103

88%

9%

$2,067,314

$2,489,637

83%

1996

74

54

137%

7%

$907,311

$1,011,249

90%

1997

92

59

156%

9%

$1,023,490

$1,375,913

74%

1998

65

115

57%

7%

$1,024,685

$1,166,704

88%

1999

111

20

555%

11%

$685,095

$956,993

72%

Total

433

351

123%

43%

$5,707,895

$7,000,496

82%

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Economic Development of Micro-Enterprises

Improve rate of survival and viability of emerging enterprises. (Five-year target was a minimum of 25 businesses.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (25)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

16

2

800%

64%

$44,087

$44,088

100%

1996

19

12

158%

76%

$44,321

$44,321

100%

1997

14

12

117%

56%

$41,114

$41,114

100%

1998

7

23

30%

28%

$41,885

$102,348

41%

1999

71

70

101%

284%

$55,746

$59,746

93%

Total

127

119

107%

508%

$227,153

$291,617

78%

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Strengthen Community Gardens, Neighborhood Centers and Other Neighborhood Focal Points

Maximize use, coordination and delivery of human and recreational services to low and moderate income persons living within the CDBG Target Area. (Five-year target was a minimum of 50,000 hours.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (50,000)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

22,491

18,500

122%

45%

$582,852

$604,937

96%

1996

30,327

26,000

117%

61%

$910,238

$1,132,719

80%

1997

20,913

24,600

85%

42%

$713,182

$719,245

99%

1998

12,653

20,000

63%

25%

$375,480

$741,420

51%

1999

26,147

25,530

102%

52%

$728,298

$774,757

94%

Total

112,531

114,630

98%

225%

$3,310,050

$3,973,078

83%

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Expansion of Individual Choice and Agency Access to Resources

Increase access of LMI persons to housing, economic development, and services resources in the community and regional market through information and non-monetary means. (Five-year target was a minimum of 10,000 persons.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (10,000)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

733

1,964

37%

7%

$73,240

$108,800

67%

1996

4,245

11,342

37%

42%

$80,918

$91,635

88%

1997

2,015

3,911

52%

20%

$58,182

$107,988

54%

1998

4,703 

1,090

431%

47%

$56,121

$121,091

46%

1999

7,891

6,182

128%

79%

$76,576

$188,810

41%

Total

19,587

24,489

80%

196%

$345,037

$618,324

56%

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Improvement of Services to Homeless and Special Populations

Assist special population households to stabilize their housing and develop supportive activities. (Five-year target was a minimum of 1,000 households.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (1,000)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

1,681

1,871

90%

168%

$129,834

$146,119

89%

1996

229

237

97%

23%

$117,656

$147,746

80%

1997

1,631

1,533

106%

163%

$390,473

$872,047

45%

1998

2,538

2,256

113%

254%

$373,356

$829,862

45%

1999

2,171

2,109

103%

217%

$431,375

$492,974

88%

Total

8,250

8,006

103%

825%

$1,442,694

$2,488,748

58%

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Physical Improvement of Community Service Facilities

Assist agencies in building improvement projects, with priority given to energy and access improvements. (Five-year target was a minimum of 25 agencies/buildings.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (25)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

28

41

68%

112%

$460,596

$1,375,783

33%

1996

31

36

86%

124%

$503,788

$652,398

77%

1997

7

7

100%

28%

$207,734

$1,080,986

19%

1998

11

11

100%

44%

$1,015,640

$3,978,149

26%

1999

2

2

100%

8%

$2,131,273

$2,648,591

80%

Total

79

97

81%

316%

$4,319,031

$9,735,907

44%

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Revitalization of Concentration Neighborhoods

Systematically assist neighborhood associations with planning and revitalization activities. (Five-year target was a minimum of 7 neighborhoods.)

YEAR

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RESOURCES

Units
Achieved (A)

Units
Expected (B)

% Column A /
Column B

% Column A /
Target (7)

Amount
Expended (E)

Amount
Budgeted (F)

% Column E /
Column F

1995

3

4

75%

43%

$154,353

$1,696,185

9%

1996

3

4

75%

43%

$231,910

$689,300

34%

1997

3

4

75%

43%

$370,156

$451,082

82%

1998

3

4

75%

43%

$54,379

$407,197

13%

1999

4

4

100%

57%

$77,313

$534,928

14%

Total

16

20

80%

229%

$888,111

$3,778,692

24%

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