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Narrative Responses
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Ex ecut i v e Summar y

Include the objectives and outcomes identified in the plan and an evaluation of past
performance.

Program Year 3 Action Plan Executive Summary:
The estimated total of 2012 funding from the three HUD programs for the Morris County
Consortium is $2,372,597 with anticipated program income of $100,000. A total of 59
activities were considered for funding as part of the 2012 Program in Morris County.
Application requests exceeded $3.5 million. Thirty-two activities were determined by the
Community Development Revenue Sharing (CDRS) Advisory Committee to meet overall
county needs and local and national objectives. Of the total available for 2012 activities
(exclusive of program administration), 100% will be used for activities that benefit
low/moderate income persons. Specific activities for each program can be found in their
corresponding sections.


Resour ces 91. 220( c) ( 1) ) and ( c) ( 2)

1. Identify the federal, state, and local resources (including program income) the
jurisdiction expects to receive to address the needs identified in the plan. Federal
resources should include Section 8 funds made available to the jurisdiction, Low-
Income Housing Tax Credits, and competitive McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance
Act funds expected to be available to address priority needs and specific objectives
identified in the strategic plan.

2. Explain how federal funds will leverage resources from private and non-federal public
sources, including how matching requirements of HUD programs will be satisfied.

An overview of the Resources, as required, follows:

Federal Resources
Community Development Block Grant $1,576,887
HOME Investment Partnerships Program $618,281
Emergency Solutions Grant $ 177,429
Program Income (anticipated) $ 100,000
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Other Resources
Other resources from private and non Federal public sources that will be available to
meet the needs identified in the Consolidated Plan include state and municipal funds,
County grant-in-aid, weatherization funds, private foundations, private donations,
volunteer labor and private loans from lending institutions. The Federal funds, in most
cases, will complement other resources rather than leverage these funds.

The Emergency Solutions Grant Program and the HOME Program require matching
funds. All applicants to these programs must identify the match in the applications for
funding from the Division of Community Development. All matching sources are verified
prior to commitment of any funds. The Jurisdiction has not committed any funds
specifically to provide a monetary match to any activity but may provide the match for
Emergency Shelter activities through local grant-in-aid to homeless service providers.
Sponsors of HOME activities are responsible to provide their match.

Specific matching requirements will be met as follows:

HOME: Anticipated sources of match will be provided by activities requiring match - the
total value of which will meet or exceed 25% of the total HOME award, with the
exception of program administration activities which do not require match. Sources will
include waiver of fees, in-kind donations, donations of land, private, state and local
government funds.

ESG: Each recipient has identified a source of match equal to the grant award:

Agency 2012
Pr el i mi nar y
Aw ar d Ty pe of Mat ch

Family Promise of Morris County $35,000 In Kind donations
Homeless Solutions, Inc. $35,000 Foundations
Jersey Battered Womens Service, Inc. $10,000 Volunteer hours
Morris County DHS/OTA $37,629 Social Services for Homeless
Our Place, Inc. $33,800 In Kind volunteer hours
Roots and Wings $26,000 Fundraising

Annual Obj ect i ves 91. 220( c) ( 3)
Please refer to the Projects Worksheets in the Projects section.


Descr i pt i on of Act i vi t i es 91. 220( d) and ( e)
Please refer to the Summary of Specific Annual Objectives Worksheets in the Maps and
Tables section.


Geogr aphi c Di st r i but i on/ Al l ocat i on Pr i or i t i es 91. 220( d) and ( f )

3. Describe the geographic areas of the jurisdiction (including areas of low income
families and/or racial/minority concentration) in which assistance will be directed
during the next year. Where appropriate, the jurisdiction should estimate the
percentage of funds the jurisdiction plans to dedicate to target areas.

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Response: The geographic area within the Consortium consists of all the 39
municipalities making up Morris County, with a land area of 469 square miles. The
county enjoys a range of rural, wooded environment, farmland to the west, suburban
developments, and some areas of more concentrated development such as hamlets,
villages and small cities. As of 2010 Census figures, total population equaled
492,276. The populations major constituent groups consist of 3.1% Black or African
American, 9.0% Asian, and 82.6% White, in terms of race. When considering origin
and race, 11.5% of the total population is Hispanic/Latino. Pockets, or concentrations
of these subpopulations occur in 14 of the county's 39 municipalities. (See Figure A)

4. Describe the basis for allocating investments geographically within the jurisdiction
(or within the EMSA for HOPWA) (91.215(a)(1)) during the next year and the
rationale for assigning the priorities.
Response: The Jurisdiction does not set priorities for allocating investments
geographically. Funding awards are based on need and activity eligibility (Figure B).
Assistance is spread throughout the consortium with actual locations determined by
applications received and funding availability. Activities have been recommended for
funding in areas of minority concentrations in the Township of Mine Hill, Town of
Morristown, Borough of Rockaway and Borough of Wharton. The Township of
Parsippany-Troy Hills determines the location of activities to be assisted with CDBG
funds within the municipality.

5. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to address obstacles to
meeting underserved needs.
Response: Obstacles to meeting underserved needs include:
Limited funds for all programs (HOME, CDBG and ESG)
Diminishment and disappearance of State funds
Diminishment and disappearance of local funds
Diminishment and disappearance of private funds
Increased competition for diminishing pool of funds
Lack of affordable child care services
Lack of transportation
Lack of employment training and opportunities
Lack of affordable housing; severe shortage of rentals
Lack of employment training for veterans
Lack of affordable permanent supportive housing for veterans
Lack of land for construction of facilities and residential units
Lack of societal will to address the need of the underserved
Dwindling capacity on the part of providers due to layoffs
Severe financial stress at the municipal level
Severe financial stress on the part of non profits

Actions taken to address these obstacles include:
Participation in Housing Alliance of Morris County, Fair Housing Committee,
Foreclosure Taskforce, the countys Human Services Advisory Committee and the
Continuum of Care/CEAS in an attempt to coordinate concerns and maximize
responses.

6. Identify the federal, state, and local resources expected to be made available to
address the needs identified in the plan. Federal resources should include Section 8
funds made available to the jurisdiction, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, and
competitive McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act funds expected to be available
to address priority needs and specific objectives identified in the strategic plan.

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Response: Other resources from private and non Federal public sources that will be
available to meet the needs identified in the Consolidated Plan include state (NJ
Special Needs Housing Trust Fund, the anemic NJ Balanced Fund), Federal Home
Loan Bank of New York),municipal funds, County grant-in-aid, weatherization funds,
private foundations, private donations, volunteer labor and private loans from
lending institutions. The Federal funds, in most cases, will complement other
resources rather than leverage these funds.

The demand for Section 8 housing vouchers has risen sharply although there has
been no increase in supply. The Division will advocate for increase in project based
as well as portable rental assistance.

HUD did renew all of the Countys CoC awards for homeless services at $1,426,154.
In addition, Community Hope and NJ AIDS Services won two new awards for permanent
housing/rental assistance totaling $122,355.

In this period of severe economic constraint, most previously reliable funding
streams are wavering, including state, local and private.

Managi ng t he Pr ocess

1. Identify the lead agency, entity, and agencies responsible for administering
programs covered by the consolidated plan.
Response: The lead agency primarily responsible for administering the programs
covered by the consolidated plan is the Morris County Division of Community
Development.

2. Identify the significant aspects of the process by which the plan was developed, and
the agencies, groups, organizations, and others who participated in the process.
Response: A significant aspect in developing the Action Plan was the consultation of
Public Housing Authorities, municipalities, and non profits who have direct
experience with low and moderate income populations in the county. Their input,
supplemented by US Census and CHAS data, informed compilation of the needs
tables and narratives.

3. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to enhance coordination
between public and private housing, health, and social service agencies.
Response: Actions taking place during the next year to enhance coordination between
public and private housing, health, and social service agencies will include:
Continue to collaborate with nonprofits, municipalities, county and state
government representatives, and the general public to encourage finding out-of-
the-box strategies to develop affordable housing;
Continue quarterly conversations with participating providers of Tenant Based
Rental Assistance to coordinate strategies on maximizing those HOME dollars;
Continue participation on the Fair Housing committee of the Morris County
Human Relations Commission;
Maintain a working relationship with the Morris County Department of Human
Services, particularly in the area of homelessness and social services;
Maintain dialogue with all five Public Housing Authorities; and
Continue to participate on Housing Alliance of Morris County.



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Ci t i zen Par t i ci pat i on 91. 200 and 91. 220( b)

1. Provide a summary of the citizen participation process.
Response: In accordance with the regulations governing the Consolidated Planning
process, the County of Morris adopted and followed a citizen participation plan by
resolution at a regularly scheduled meeting. The purpose of this Plan is to solicit
comments and encourage the participation of Morris County residents, particularly
those from low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, public housing residents,
minorities, non-English speaking persons, veterans and persons with disabilities.

a. Include a description of actions taken to encourage participation of all its
residents, including the following:

1. low- and moderate-income residents where housing and community
development funds may be spent;
2. minorities and non-English speaking persons, as well as persons with
disabilities;
3. local and regional institutions, the Continuum of Care, and other
organizations (including businesses, developers, nonprofit organizations,
philanthropic organizations, community and faith-based organizations);
4. residents of public and assisted housing developments and recipients of
tenant- based assistance;
5. residents of targeted revitalization areas.

b. Identify agencies, groups, and organizations that participated in the process. This
should reflect consultation requirements regarding the following:

1. General 91.100 (a)(1) - Consult with public and private agencies that
provide health services, social and fair housing services (including those
focusing on services to children, elderly persons, persons with disabilities,
persons with HIV/AIDS and their families, homeless persons) during the
preparation of the plan.
2. Homeless strategy and resources to address needs of homeless 91.100
(a)(2) Consult with continuum of care, public and private agencies that
address the housing, health, social services, victim services, employment,
or education needs of low-income persons, homeless persons (particularly
chronically homeless individuals and families, families with children,
veterans and their families, and unaccompanied youth) and person at risk
of homelessness; publicly funded institutions and systems of care that
may discharge persons into homelessness (such as health-care facilities,
mental health facilities, foster care and other youth facilities, and
corrections programs and institutions), and business and civic leaders.
3. Metropolitan planning 91.100 (a)(5) - - Consult with adjacent units of
general local government, including local government agencies with
metropolitan-wide planning responsibilities, particularly for problems and
solutions that go beyond a single jurisdiction, i.e. transportation,
workforce development, economic development, etc.
4. HOPWA 91.100 (b)-- Largest city in EMSA consult broadly to develop
metropolitan-wide strategy for addressing needs of persons with HIV/AIDS
and their families.

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5. Public housing 91.100 (c) -- Consult with the local public housing agency
concerning public housing needs, planned programs, and activities.

Response:
CI TI ZEN PARTI CI PATI ON PLAN

The Citizen Participation Plan process will provide for and encourage the participation in the
development of the consolidated plan, any substantial amendments, and the performance
report by citizens of Morris County. These citizens will include residents from low- and
moderate-income neighborhoods, public housing and assisted housing residents, minorities,
non-English speaking persons and persons with disabilities.

Prior to the adoption of the Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plans, the County of Morris will
make available to citizens, public agencies, non-profits, and other interested parties,
information that includes the amount of federal assistance the County expects to receive and
the range of activities which may be undertaken, including the amount that will benefit persons
of low- and moderate-income as well as the plans to minimize displacement of persons and to
assist any person displaced. The County will make this information available through
publication. County will require all applicants to provide accountability for displaced persons by
projecting number of individuals to be displaced and identifying temporary housing for those
individuals, disallowing break-up of any family units.

At least two public hearings will be held to obtain citizens views. The purpose of the first
hearing is to review programs and past performance, obtain views on housing and
community development needs, including priority non-housing needs, and explain the
application process for proposed activities. The second hearing is conducted to solicit
comments on the proposed plan and proposed activities.

Notices denoting the agenda for the public hearings will be published at least 15 days
prior to the public hearing. Public hearings and meetings are to be held in accessible
locations at convenient times, with assistance offered to those with special needs such
as a translator or sign interpreter.

Notice of the availability of the original Citizen Participation Plan as well as any substantial
amendments, will be published and a 15 day comment period will be noted. The County of
Morris will consider any comments, oral or written. The Citizen Participation Plan will be
provided in a format accessible to persons with disabilities, upon request.

The County will publish a summary of the proposed Consolidated Plan in the Daily Record
listing the locations where the entire plan may be examined, where to get copies and where
to address comments. Information regarding annual Action Plans will be published in
accordance with applicable regulations.

All published notices for the proposed plans will note a 30 day comment period.

Any citizens comments received in writing, or orally at public hearings, will be
considered in preparing the Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plans. A summary of
comments and rationale for inclusion/non-inclusion will be attached to the final
Consolidated Plan or Action Plan.

I The County of Morris has developed the following criteria for what constitutes a
substantial change to the approved Consolidated Plan requiring an
amendment:

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a. A project is cancelled and deleted from the program;
b. A new project, not previously described, is proposed;
c. A change to its allocation priorities or a change in the method of distribution
of funds.

II The County of Morris will formally amend an annual Action Plan when:
a. An activity is cancelled and deleted from the program;
b. A new activity, not previously described, is proposed;
c. A change of purpose, scope or location necessitates a new environmental
assessment;
d. More than 50% of the original beneficiaries of an activity have changed.

Notification of a substantial amendment will be published and note a 30 day comment
period. Notification of an Action Plan amendment will also be published and note a 7 day
comment period. The County of Morris will consider any comments received in writing,
or orally at public hearings in preparing amendments. A summary of comments,
accepted or not accepted, will be attached to the amendments.

Notice of the availability of the performance report will be published and a 15 day comment
period will be noted prior to submission to HUD. The County of Morris will consider any
comments received in writing, or orally at public hearings. A summary of comments will be
attached to the performance report.

The Consolidated Plan, annual Action Plans, substantial amendments, performance reports,
as well as all information and records relating to the Citizen Participation Plan and the use of
funds through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment
Partnerships Program (HOME) and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) programs during the
preceding five years is available to the citizens, public and nonprofit agencies, and other
interested parties, at the Office of Community Development or will be sent upon request
within ten working days of the request.

Requests for technical assistance by groups and representatives of persons of low- and
moderate-income to develop proposals for funding will be addressed within five working days
of the request.

All comments and complaints will be considered by the County of Morris in preparing the
Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plans, amending the Plan(s) and completing the
Performance Report. A summary of the citizens comments shall be attached to the applicable
document. The County shall provide a written response to every citizen complaint within 15
working days.

The requirements for citizen participation will not restrict the responsibility or the authority of
the County of Morris for the development and execution of its Consolidated Plan.

2. Provide a summary of citizen comments or views on the Action plan.
Response: A Public Hearing was held on November 2, 2011 to solicit housing, homeless
and community development needs and to outline the application process for
Program Year 2012. The hearing was advertised in the Daily Record.

Following the Community Development Revenue Sharing Advisory Committees ranking
and recommendations of the 2012 CDBG, HOME and ESG application, Douglas Gabel,
Councilman from Denville Township submitted the following correspondence to the
Board of Chosen Freeholder Douglas Cabana:

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My name is Douglas Gabel and I am a resident of the Township of Denville
and currently serving as Councilman for Ward

I am asking you to support the Request for Grant by Denville for $80,000 for
de-snagging the Rockaway River as part of the 2012 Community
Development funding. Last August, Denville experienced a devastating flood
that transformed our town. Although Denville is now Up and Running it is
imperative that this grant be included in the funds allocated for public
improvements for 2012 to help remediate the effects suffered from the
flood.

During last years flood we saw devastation to the riverbanks along the
Rockaway River through Denville; fallen trees, broken limbs, uprooted
vegetation along its banks, all that was deposited in the river causing health
and economic issues for the town. Collaborative efforts are working very hard
to secure funding to remediate this problem. We would encourage you to help
be part of the solution.

I am personally asking you to be sure Denvilles Request for Grant of $80,000
is awarded this year. Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,
Douglas N. Gabel

On March 13
th
, the Regional Coordinators met to review and vote on the subcommittee recommendations.
From the minutes: Mayor Thomas W. Andes attended the open session of the meeting. Mayor
Andes voiced his concerns regarding the hardship suffered by the residents affected by the
severe flooding in the area. The Township of Denville applied for funding for the Rockaway
River Flood/Drainage Improvements. This application was heard by the Improvements
Subcommittee and was not recommended for funding. Mayor Andes stated that every possible
source of funding was pursued in order to remedy the situation. Mayor Andes thanked the
Regional Coordinators for possible consideration of funding. Ms. Von Aulock encouraged Mayor
Andes to advise the residents to contact the Division of Community Developments Housing
Rehabilitation Program.


Another resident from Denville sent the following e-mail to Freeholder Feyl to voice his support
for the Denville application.

Fr om: Christopher Golinski <chrisgolinski@gmail.com>
To: Gene Feyl <dnjgfeyl@yahoo.com>
Sent : Thursday, March 15, 2012 10:16 AM

Thank you for your leadership with the open space and flood property
reclamation work.

Please support Denville's request for assistance with De-snagging the
Rockaway River.


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From: Hagar12 [ mailt o: hagar12@aol.com]
Sent : Thursday, March 22, 2012 2: 28 PM
To: Garifo, Joe
Subj ect : Flooding issue,Denville NJ

Morrris County Freeholders c/o The Public Information Office:
Gentlemen,
Denville has submitted an application for a Community Grant with Morris County.It is my
understanding that the Morris County Freeholders will be reviewing this application.
I must urge the freeholders to approve this application for a grant,to assist our town.We have
been devastated by Tropical storm Irene last August with hundreds of homes and business
interest affected if not totally destroyed.Many of residents including this writer a resident for 32
years had no insurance making for a hardship beyond belief.Our town needs as much money
as can be raised to implement anti flood measures so as to prevent this in the future .Keeping a
healthy tax revenue town such as Denville is important not only for the town but for the County
of Morris.To prevent Grant money,will only decrease the tax base and revenue as property
values will fall more and more.
As this issue ,I believe will come up next week,I would hope it will be approved so that we can
save out town and Morris County will be stronger,and more secure.We are all one here in
Morris County and I am proud to be a resident of Morris County.
Very truly yours,
Anton Mollegard,38 Snyder Ave,Denville NJ (973-
6259426}

3. Provide a summary of efforts made to broaden public participation in the
development of the consolidated plan, including outreach to minorities and non-
English speaking persons, as well as persons with disabilities.
Response: An effort was made to broaden public participation in the development of the
consolidated plan as documented in the Citizen Participation Plan.
"The Citizen Participation Plan process will provide for and encourage the
participation in the development of the consolidated plan, any substantial
amendments, and the performance report by citizens of Morris County. These
citizens will include residents from low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, public
housing and assisted housing residents, minorities, non-English speaking persons
and persons with disabilities.The County of Morris will consider any comments, oral
or written. The Citizen Participation Plan will be provided in a format accessible to
persons with disabilities, upon request. Public hearings and meetings are to be held
in accessible locations at convenient times, with assistance offered to those with
special needs such as a translator or sign interpreter."

All meeting announcements, minutes and formal documents are also being posted to
the Divisions website to enhance public accessibility.

4. Provide a written explanation of comments not accepted and the reasons why these
comments were not accepted.
Response: there were no comments not accepted.


I nst i t ut i onal St r uct ur e

1. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to develop institutional
structure.
Response:

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During the next year, the staff at Community Development will continue to
strengthen the institutional structure in the following areas:
Continue to collaborate with nonprofits, municipalities, county and state government
representatives, and the general public to encourage further development of
affordable housing;
Continue participating in the Fair Housing committee of the Morris County Human
Relations Commission;
Maintain working relationships with the Morris County Department of Human
Services, special needs and housing providers; provide technical assistance as
requested;
Continue to participate on the Housing Alliance of Morris County;
Continue to participate in the Morris County Foreclosure Taskforce, and
Continue soliciting feedback from Community Development Revenue Sharing Advisory
Committee (CDRS) volunteers and grant applicants through evaluation of the
Divisions communication effectiveness and grant application, presentation and
selection processes.


Moni t or i ng

1. Describe actions that will take place during the next year to monitor its housing and
community development projects and ensure long-term compliance with program
requirements and comprehensive planning requirements.
Response:
Planning - Proposed activities are reviewed for eligibility under statutory and
regulatory requirements and for their ability to meet an identified need in the
County's Consolidated Plan.

Implementation - Advise HOME subgrantees of required Resale & Recapture
Guidelines, Affirmative Marketing and MBE/WBE outreach.

Fiscal monitoring of activities includes the review and approval of activity budgets,
compliance with executed Grant Agreements and the subsequent review and approval
of vouchers.

Staff attend meetings with contractors for construction and rehabilitation activities to
assure their compliance with HUD requirements and inspections are conducted as
work progresses. Site visits are made to social service providers on an annual basis to
review program activity and fiscal and regulatory compliance. Activity files are
maintained with the necessary documentation.

Staff will monitor achievement by subgrantees of proposed performance
measurements and outcomes.

Close-out - All activity files are reviewed to assure that the activity meets the
objectives and strategies of the Consolidated Plan and the proposed accomplishments
and that all pertinent and mandated documentation are included.

Long-Term Compliance - Staff will establish annual income verification procedures as
well as develop an on-site monitoring schedule for HOME rental activities as required.
This monitoring will enable staff to ensure compliance with the following:
- Period of affordability
- Income of tenants and source documentation

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- Amount of rent charged
- Housing quality standards of facility

Each activity will be filed separately under a general Compliance/Monitoring File.

Staff will visit facilities funded through Community Development Block Grant to
ensure continued compliance with the national objective and applicable program
requirements.

Staff will visit facilities funded through Emergency Solutions Grant Program to ensure
continued compliance with applicable program requirements.


Lead- based Pai nt

1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to evaluate and reduce
the number of housing units containing lead-based paint hazards in order to increase
the inventory of lead-safe housing available to extremely low-income, low-income,
and moderate-income families, and how the plan for the reduction of lead-based
hazards is related to the extent of lead poisoning and hazards.
Response:
Community Development staff will eliminate lead-based paint hazards, if found, in
assisted housing units and work with municipal health officers to reduce hazards.

The Division of Community Development has implemented the lead-based paint
regulations requirements in the programs it administers. Specifically, it has helped
develop educational presentations on lead-based paint hazards to students of the Step-
by-Step Program for first time homebuyers, which it will continue to present. Staff
conduct visual assessments prior to the sale of a house to a first time homebuyer and
provide educational material to first time homebuyers published by the US EPA entitled
"Reducing Lead Hazards When Remodeling Your Home," which will continue.

The Division has contracted with a lead assessment firm, which conducts risk
assessments on housing units prior to doing rehab work. The same firm ascertains
clearance upon project completion. This will continue in the coming year.

HOUSING

Annual Af f or dabl e Housi ng Goal s 91.220( g)
Please refer to the Annual Housing Completion Worksheets in the Maps and Tables
section.

*Please also refer to the Housing Needs Table in the Needs.xls workbook.

1. Describe the priorities and specific objectives the jurisdiction hopes to achieve during
the next year.
Response:
Housing objectives identified during the development of the 5 Year Consolidated Plan:
Rental Housing Subsidies High Priority
Homeowner Rehab High Priority
Acquisition for Rehabilitation Medium Priority
Homeownership Assistance - Medium Priority

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Rehab of Multi-Unit Residential - Medium Priority
Modernization of Public Housing Residential Units - Medium Priority
Production of New Rental Units - Medium Priority
Production of New Owner Units - Medium Priority

2. Describe how Federal, State, and local public and private sector resources that are
reasonably expected to be available will be used to address identified needs for the
period covered by this Action Plan.
Response:
Typically, other resources from Federal, State and local public sources that are
available to meet the needs identified in the Consolidated Plan include state (NJ
Special Needs Housing Trust Fund, NJ Affordable Housing Trust Fund), Federal Home
Loan Bank of New York, weatherization funds, private foundations, private donations,
volunteer labor and private loans from lending institutions. The Federal funds, in
most cases, will complement other resources rather than leverage these funds.

However, Program Year 2012 will be witness to a very harsh economic climate
affecting nearly all developers and providers of affordable housing. Agencies that had
previously received commitments of funds for development have found those
commitments dissolved. State funds are scarce. Federal funds will be used in the
most cost effective, equitable fashion possible by this office, as recommended by the
Community Development Revenue Sharing Advisory Committee (CDRS). In addition:
Contribute through non-financial ways e.g. advocacy for affordable housing and
for non-construction strategies to achieve affordable housing such as project
based rental assistance.
Preserve existing housing stock through rehabilitation programs.
Eliminate lead-based paint hazards, if found, in assisted housing units and work
with municipal health officers to reduce hazards.
Assist public housing authorities with improvements and modernizations, as
requested and recommended, by the CDRS.

The intent of the HOME program is to:
Provide decent affordable housing to lower income families,
Expand the capacity of non profit housing providers,
Strengthen the ability of state and local governments to provide housing
Leverage private-sector participation.

Estimated Morris County Consortia funding for the Program Year 2012 HOME program is
$618,281. The following eligible activities were determined by the CDRS committee to
best meet overall county needs and local objectives:

Construction of 6-bedroom group home, fully accessible for people with special
needs;
Construction of 3 units of for-sale housing for income eligible households;
Construction of 1 3-bedroom single family home for sale to low income family
Provision of back-up energy supply at group home;
Funds from the HOME Program will be used for downpayment assistance for income
eligible first time homebuyers and a Homebuyer Education Program;
Funds will be used for a Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program, providing
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Needs of Publ i c Housi ng

1. Describe the manner in which the plan of the jurisdiction will help address the needs
of public housing and activities it will undertake during the next year to encourage
public housing residents to become more involved in management and participate in
homeownership.

Response:
Assist public housing authorities with improvements and modernizations, as
requested and as federal funding allows;
Support First Time Homebuyer efforts; and
Maintain dialogue with all five Public Housing Authorities.

The County will continue its outreach efforts to residents of public housing as well as
households assisted by public housing and those participating in Family Self-
Sufficiency Programs. Information has been sent to all Housing Authority offices in
Morris County detailing the First Time Homebuyer assistance program. Any applicant
seeking HOME funds is required to complete the Homebuyer Education Program,
Step by Step to Home Ownership, offered by the Housing Partnership.

2. If the public housing agency is designated as "troubled" by HUD or otherwise is
performing poorly, the jurisdiction shall describe the manner in which it will provide
financial or other assistance in improving its operations to remove such designation
during the next year.
Response:
None of the public housing agencies are designed as troubled.


Bar r i er s t o Af f or dabl e Housi ng 91. 220( j )

1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to remove barriers to
affordable housing.
Response:
Specific actions the Division will take include:
Investigate all potential funding sources to address the obstacles of inadequate
federal dollars available through HUD programs;
Continue to advocate for affordable housing;
Continue to collaborate with nonprofits, municipalities, county and state government
representatives, and the general public to encourage further development of
affordable housing;
Continue participation on Morris County Foreclosure Taskforce;
Continue to participate in the Housing Alliance of Morris County;
Continue to participate in the Fair Housing Committee of the Morris County Human
Relations Commission, focusing on improving accessibility of tenants to Fair Housing
education e.g., providing training on tenant rights, landlord rights, and improving
facility of lodging a Fair Housing complaint; and
Maintain allocation to Tenant Based Rental Assistance program.


Ot her Act i ons 91. 220( k )


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1. Describe the actions that will take place during the next year to address obstacles to
meeting underserved needs, foster and maintain affordable housing, evaluate and
reduce the number of housing units containing lead-based paint hazards, reduce the
number of poverty-level families develop institutional structure, enhance
coordination between public and private agencies (see 91.215(a), (b), (i), (j), (k),
and (l)).

2. Describe the actions to coordinate its housing strategy with local and regional
transportation planning strategies to ensure to the extent practicable that
residents of affordable housing have access to public transportation.

HOME/ Amer i can Dr eam Dow n pay ment I ni t i at i v e ( ADDI )

1. Describe other forms of investment not described in 92.205(b).
Response: N/A

2. If the participating jurisdiction (PJ) will use HOME or ADDI funds for homebuyers,
it must state the guidelines for resale or recapture, as required in 92.254 of the
HOME rule.
Response: HOME RESALE GUIDELINES
HOME funds used for downpayment assistance, acquisition, construction or
rehabilitation of affordable housing take the form of non-interest bearing loans
which become grants at the end of the period of affordability. HOME funds used
in the acquisition/minor rehabilitation or new construction of homes, either rental
or purchase, require a deed restriction to be filed as the mechanism used to
impose resale requirements. The deed restriction will contain the amount of
HOME funds invested and the period of affordability on the property, which is 20
years regardless of the amount requested.


HOME RECAPTURE GUIDELINES
HOME funds used for assistance in the acquisition of a single-family residence by
an owner-occupant will be recaptured in full during the affordability period. The
total amount of assistance will be no more than $40,000 with an affordability
period of a maximum of 20 years. In the event of a foreclosure on the property,
the repayment of funds to the Lender shall be the amount of the net proceeds
available from the sale rather than the entire amount, even if the net proceeds
are zero.

A mortgage and note will be signed and filed as the mechanism to impose these
recapture restrictions. All funds returned from resale or recapture will be used for
HOME eligible activities.

3. If the PJ will use HOME funds to refinance existing debt secured by multifamily
housing that is that is being rehabilitated with HOME funds, it must state its
refinancing guidelines required under 92.206(b). The guidelines shall describe
the conditions under which the PJ will refinance existing debt. At a minimum
these guidelines must:
a. Demonstrate that rehabilitation is the primary eligible activity and ensure that
this requirement is met by establishing a minimum level of rehabilitation per
unit or a required ratio between rehabilitation and refinancing.

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b. Require a review of management practices to demonstrate that
disinvestments in the property has not occurred; that the long-term needs of
the project can be met; and that the feasibility of serving the targeted
population over an extended affordability period can be demonstrated.
c. State whether the new investment is being made to maintain current
affordable units, create additional affordable units, or both.
d. Specify the required period of affordability, whether it is the minimum 15
years or longer.
e. Specify whether the investment of HOME funds may be jurisdiction-wide or
limited to a specific geographic area, such as a neighborhood identified in a
neighborhood revitalization strategy under 24 CFR 91.215(e)(2) or a Federally
designated Empowerment Zone or Enterprise Community.
f. State that HOME funds cannot be used to refinance multifamily loans made or
insured by any federal program, including CDBG.
Response: N/A

g. Describe the PJ's plan for conducting targeted outreach to residents and
tenants of public housing and manufactured housing and to other families
assisted by public housing agencies, for the purposes of ensuring that the
ADDI funds are used to provide down payment assistance for such residents,
tenants, and families.
Response:
The County will continue its outreach efforts to residents and tenants of public
housing as well as households assisted by public housing and those participating
in Family Self-Sufficiency Programs. Information has been sent to all Housing
Authority offices in Morris County detailing the HOME 1
st
Time Homebuyer
Program.

h. Describe the actions to be taken to ensure the suitability of families receiving
ADDI funds to undertake and maintain homeownership, such as provision of
housing counseling to homebuyers.



Response:
The County currently collaborates with the Housing Partnership (a HUD certified
housing counseling agency) to offer Individual Development Accounts,
downpayment and closing cost assistance to income eligible households under
the First Time Homebuyer Program. Participants are required to attend the "Step
by Step to Home Ownership" education program composed of two, 4-hour
sessions. During the eight hours, attendees receive information regarding credit,
developing a budget, working with a lender, working with a realtor, working with
an attorney and looking at all housing options, e.g. condominiums, cooperatives,
single-family, or affordable housing stock, both new and resale. In addition, the
Partnership has established a post-purchase program that affords clients the
opportunity to receive additional counseling and education regarding
homeownership.

4. HOME Tenant-Based Rental Assistance -- Describe the local market conditions that
led to the use of a HOME funds for tenant based rental assistance program.

If the tenant based rental assistance program is targeted to or provides a preference
for a special needs group, that group must be identified in the Consolidated Plan as

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having an unmet need and show the preference is needed to narrow the gap in
benefits and services received by this population.
Response:
The TBRA program was set up to enable people to move from homelessness to
permanent housing. Five providers of services to people who are homeless,
participated in the program, selecting eligible candidates, to whom they would
provide case management to. The original timeframe for each household
receiving a voucher was two years. There have been close to 20 successes but
the households who are ready to move to permanent housing are currently
unable to due to the scarcity of affordable rental units. All participating providers
attest to this when reporting out on their clients progress. This is corroborated
by the high demand of rental properties in the current real estate market.

5. If a participating jurisdiction intends to use forms of investment other than those
described in 24 CFR 92.205(b), describe these forms of investment.
Response:
N/A

6. Describe the policy and procedures it will follow to affirmatively market housing
containing five or more HOME-assisted units.
Response:
As stipulated in the jurisdictions grant agreement template:
Affirmative Marketing
Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 92.351 specify affirmative marketing responsibilities.
These regulations are included in the aforementioned Attachment C. The Subgrantees
responsibilities in accordance with theses regulations are specified in the Affirmative
Marketing Plan included in Attachment D to this Agreement. Attachment D is by this
reference included in its entirety as a part of this Agreement.
ATTACHMENT D Affirmative Marketing Program

Note: The County submitted its Affirmative Marketing Program as part of its HOME
Program Description and a copy is attached. The Subgrantees Affirmative Marketing
Plan is to be designed to conform to the attached Program.
ATTACHMENT D

IF PROJECT HAS FIVE OR MORE UNITS, AFFIRMATIVE MARKETING REGULATIONS AT
92.351 APPLY.

COUNTY OF MORRIS
AFFIRMATIVE MARKETING POLICY AND IMPLMENTING PROCEDURES

Statement of Policy
In accordance with Title 24 CFR Part 92.351, and in furtherance of the County of Morris
commitment to non discrimination and equal opportunity in housing, the County of
Morris has established procedures to affirmatively market units developed under the
NAHA program. These procedures are intended to further the objectives of Title VIII of
the Civil Rights Act of 1968, Executive Order 11063. The County of Morris believes that
individuals of similar economic levels in the same housing market area should have
available to them a like range of housing choices regardless of their race, color, religion,
se, national origin, handicap or familial status. The county of Morris will carry out this

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policy through affirmative marketing procedures designed specifically for the HOME
Program in the County of Morris, New Jersey.

I. Informing the Public, Owners and Potential Tenants about the Affirmative Marketing
Policy and Fair Housing Laws.

The County of Morris will inform the public, potential tenants, and owners about its
affirmative marketing policy through the following actions:

1. Place a public notice in The Daily Record.
2. Visit tenants in buildings selected for rehabilitation and post signs about the HOME
Program with the HUD Equal Opportunity logo in each building project, (where
appropriate).
3. Meet directly with property owners interested in participating in the program.
4. The Equal Opportunity logo will appear on all printed material. The County of Morris
will proceed with the above information as soon as we receive notification that the
program description has been approved by HUD.

II. Requirements for Owners to Affirmatively Market to Persons in the Housing Market Area.
At a minimum
1. The owner shall attend a technical assistance seminar to assure compliance with
affirmative action policies.
2. Shall include EEO logo type in all solicitations.
3. Shall cooperate with County in complying with Special Outreach procedures.
4. Maintain records on actions taken.

III. Special Outreach:
Specific project locations are not known at this time. When locations are known, the
County will determine which potential classes are least likely to apply. After such a
determination is made, methodology for special outreach will include the following:
1. Newspapers advertisements in those papers that are most likely to be read by the
particular group(s) targeted for special outreach.
2. Advertisements in The Daily Record if appropriate.
3. Contacting and supplying information on available units to specific community and/or
public service organizations that have a membership or contact with those persons
not likely to apply.
IV. Record Keeping:
The County of Morris, in cooperating with the owner, will keep records of the
following:
1. Copies of published advertisements.
2. Copies of letters, dates of meetings attended and copies of all written materials.
3. The maintenance of minority and gender data on beneficiaries.
4. Information on how potential applicants heard of the program.

V. Assessment and Corrective Actions:
Effectiveness of our affirmative marketing efforts will be assessed as follows:
1. To determine if good faith efforts have been made:
Compare the information contained on the records to be kept, as determined by
Procedure 4, with actions that were taken to carry out Procedures 2 and 3. If the
required steps were taken, we will determine that good faith efforts have been
made.
2. To determine results:

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Examine whether or not persons from the variety of protected classes in our area
applied for units that were affirmatively marketed. If we find that a variety is
represented, we will assume our procedures were effective.

If one or more such classes are not represented, we will review the procedures to
determine what changes, if any, might be made to make the affirmative marketing
efforts more effective.

The County of Morris will take corrective actions if we find that owners fail to carry
out such procedures required of them. If, after discussing with owners ways to
improve procedures the owners continue to fail to meet the affirmative marketing
requirements, the County of Morris will consider disqualifying an owner from future
participation in the HOME Program.

The County of Morris will carry out assessment activities and complete a written
assessment of affirmative marketing efforts annually. This assessment will cover
marketing relative to units made available for occupancy during the year.

7. Describe actions taken to establish and oversee a minority outreach program
within its jurisdiction to ensure inclusion, to the maximum extent possible, of
minority and women, and entities owned by minorities and women, including
without limitation, real estate firms, construction firms, appraisal firms,
management firms, financial institutions, investment banking firms, underwriters,
accountants, and providers of legal services, in all contracts, entered into by the
participating jurisdiction with such persons or entities, public and private, in order
to facilitate the activities of the participating jurisdiction to provide affordable
housing under the HOME program or any other Federal housing law applicable to
such jurisdiction.

Response:
The Division includes the following language in its grant agreement template:
Other Federal Requirements The Subgrantee shall at a minimum, maintain the
following records:
1) Equal opportunity and fair housing records containing:
a) Data on the extent to which each racial and ethnic group and single-headed
households (by gender of household head) have applied for, participated in, or
benefited from, any program or activity funded in whole or in part with HOME
funds.
b) Documentation of actions undertaken to meet the requirements of 24 CFR
92.350, which implements section 3 of the Housing Development Act of 1968,
as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701u).
c) Documentation and data on the steps taken to implement outreach programs
to minority-owned and female-owned businesses including data indicating the
racial/ethnic or gender characteristics of each business entity receiving a
contract or subcontract of $25,000 or more paid, or to be paid, with HOME
funds; the amount of the contract or subcontract, and documentation of
affirmative steps to assure that minority business and womens business
enterprises have an equal opportunity to obtain or compete for contracts and
subcontracts as sources of supplies, equipment, construction and services.



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HOMELESS

Speci f i c Homel ess Pr ev ent i on El ement s

*Please also refer to the Homeless Needs Table in the Needs.xls workbook.

1. Sources of FundsIdentify the private and public resources that the jurisdiction
expects to receive during the next year to address homeless needs and to prevent
homelessness. These include the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
programs, other special federal, state and local and private funds targeted to
homeless individuals and families with children, especially the chronically homeless,
the HUD formula programs, and any publicly-owned land or property.
Response:
The jurisdiction continues to support the applications of Supportive Housing (SHP)
and Shelter plus Care (S+C) Programs for funding consideration through the HUD
SuperNOFA application process. The process for distributing Emergency Solutions
Grant (ESG) program funds is described below. Homeless Shelters and service
providers also apply to the CDBG program for funding for eligible activities serving
the homeless. HOME funds are set aside each year for Tenant Based Rental
Assistance dedicated for individuals or households transitioning from homelessness
to permanent housing.

2. HomelessnessIn a narrative, describe how the action plan will address the specific
objectives of the Strategic Plan and, ultimately, the priority needs identified. Please
also identify potential obstacles to completing these action steps.
Response:
Morris County funding for the Program Year 2012 ESG program is estimated to be
$177,429. The following eligible activities were determined by the HSAC committee
to meet overall county needs as outlined in the Continuum of Care:
Homeless prevention and rapid re-housing - back rent/back mortgage payments,
security deposits, utility deposits/payments, first month's rent (one agency) and case
management in a permanent supportive housing program for families (one agency)
Emergency Shelters Operating costs for: shelter for single women, abused spouses
and families, and families (two agencies); shelter with case management for young
adults aging out of foster care system (one agency); drop-in shelter (one agency)

3. The jurisdictions plan for the investment and use of available resources and one-
year goals for reducing and ending homelessness.

The Jurisdiction will undertake the following activities to reduce and end homelessness,
through FY 2012 ESG, HOME and CDBG programs:
Family Promise of Morris County ESG funds for case management for families (225
individuals) in Permanent Supportive Housing
Morris County Office of Temporary Assistance ESG funds for homeless prevention
and housing stabilization assistance for 100 extremely low- and low-income people.
Homeless Solutions, Inc. ESG funds for direct care staff salaries, providing 1,166
bednights of shelter, benefiting 150 individuals.
Jersey Battered Women's Shelter ESG funds for approximately 179 nights of shelter
for ~3 abused spouses and their children.
Jersey Battered Women's Shelter CDBG funding for a counselor in the Children's
Program, benefiting 28 persons.

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Church of the Redeemer CDBG funding to repair windows and stairs of building
providing multiple services for low income individuals including lunch for individuals
who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Bethel AME Church CDBG funds to renovate kitchen damaged by Hurricane Irene;
facility hosts several programs serving low income individuals including those who are
homeless.
Zufall Heath Center CDBG funds to increase facility, which serves low income
individuals including people who are homeless.
Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Using HOME funds, in collaboration with
Morris County Housing Authority, providing 10+ vouchers of rental assistance in
Permanent Supportive Housing Program for those homeless leaving shelter.

The County's Homeless Plan which was developed by Department of Human Services
and the Division of Community Development in response to the needs and concerns
identified in the Continuum of Care System; it identified the obvious need for more
permanent supportive housing as well as affordable rental properties. Barriers and
obstacles to this need are the lack of available land to develop and financial resources.
Financial resources are needed for the supportive services piece of the supportive
housing picture as well as hard costs for development.

4. Describe specific action steps for reducing and ending homelessness that (i) reach
out to homeless persons (especially unsheltered persons) and assessing their
individual needs; (ii) address emergency shelter and transitional housing needs; (iii)
help homeless persons (especially persons that are chronically homeless, families
with children, veterans, and unaccompanied youth) make the transition to
permanent housing and independent living.
Response:
The Jurisdiction is participating in the CoC in complying with the new HEARTH
regulations, which call for a Coordinated Assessment System. The CoC will build on
the universal assessment tool developed for HPRP, which supported the called for a
care management plan tailored to each individual seeking assistance.

5. Homelessness PreventionDescribe planned action steps for reducing ending
homelessness that help low-income individuals and families avoid becoming
homeless, especially extremely low-income individuals and families who are likely to
be discharged from publicly funded institution and systems of care or those receiving
assistance from public or private agencies that address housing, health, social
service, employment, education or youth needs.
Response:
Please refer to #3 above.
6. Describe specific activities the jurisdiction plans to undertake to address the housing
and supportive service needs of persons who are not homeless (elderly, frail elderly,
persons with disabilities, persons with HIV/AIDS, persons with alcohol or other
substance abuse problems).

The Division of Community Development works closely with Jersey Battered Womens
Service. In compliance with the Violence Against Women Act, this Action Plan includes
identified needs regarding shelter for victims of domestic violence.

2011 Calendar Year Statistics
Shelter Transitional Living
Women 79 18

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Children 71 29
Total 150 47

Number turned away: 16 Women and 12 children

Hope House, which provides mobile HIV/AIDS outreach services; and mobile outreach is
available at the Community Soup Kitchen.

7. Chronic homelessnessThe jurisdiction must describe the specific planned action
steps it will take over the next year aimed at eliminating chronic homelessness by
2012. Again, please identify barriers to achieving this.
Response: The Homeless Plan developed in conjunction with the Continuum of Care
System identified the steps for gaining more permanent supportive housing and
affordable rental units in order to eliminate chronic homelessness, including the need
for more rental vouchers and funds for case management. Barriers include withering
funding and severe competetion by affordable housing providers for the same
meager funds.

8. Homelessness PreventionThe jurisdiction must describe its planned action steps
over the next year to address the individual and families with children at imminent
risk of becoming homeless.
Response: In order to comply with the new ESG regulations, great emphasis has been
placed on prevention and rapid re-housing. The prevention component includes
services that prevent people from becoming homeless by reducing risk factors and
enhancing protective mechanisms. Risk factors such as mental illness, alcohol and
drug use, co-occurring disorders, physical health problems, domestic violence, and
criminal justice system involvement are addressed in the inventory section.
Protective mechanisms include the following: addressing minority status, poverty,
the lack of affordable housing, the need for supportive services in housing, discharge
planning, and education and advocacy.

9. Discharge Coordination PolicyExplain planned activities to implement a cohesive,
community-wide Discharge Coordination Policy, and how, in the coming year, the
community will move toward such a policy.
Response:
This CoC is presently updating its Ending Homelessness Plan. Currently, the
following policy exists.
Local hospitals
Discharge planners on medical units of the local hospitals call the area shelters for
bed availability when a homeless patient is ready for discharge. Homeless
individuals have been discharged to shelters, such as Homeless Solutions, Inc. with
nursing follow-up care provided on-site at the shelter. Shelters do require that a
person is able to care for physical needs such as eating, bathing, ambulating, and
complying with a prescription.

Through a partnership between Jersey Battered Womens Service (JBWS) and
Morristown Memorial Hospital (MMH), patients identified as domestic violence victims
will be referred to JBWS for appropriate services, including shelter. The Office of
Temporary Assistance (OTA) may assist with placements for homeless patients
requiring a level of care that cannot be provided in a shelter.


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Discharge planners on psychiatric units of the local hospitals call the Mental Health
Association of Morris County (MHAMC) for placement and services for psychiatric
patients who are homeless and ready for discharge. The MHA will meet with the
individual on the unit whenever possible and then arrange a Safe Haven bed at
Homeless Solutions, Inc., a motel placement through OTA, or some other housing
arrangement. Local hospitals can also utilize the OTA 24-hour emergency homeless
hotline for housing assistance after hours.

State psychiatric hospitals
New Jersey has a policy prohibiting discharge from state psychiatric hospitals to the
streets. Patients who are ready for discharge are referred to the county Integrated
Case Management Service (ICMS) prior to discharge. The MHAMC contracts for
ICMS in Morris County and operates the service as a consortium with two community
mental health centers - St. Clares and NewBridge Services. ICMS clients receive 12
months of post-discharge case management services. If an ICMS client becomes
homeless the case manager refers the individual to the MHA Homeless Outreach
Services for a Safe Haven bed if necessary.

County and local jails
Individuals who are incarcerated, homeless, and have a psychiatric illness come to
the attention of the county-funded forensic liaison to the jail.
The jails social worker and substance abuse counselor, county probation officers,
and the Morris County Drug Court will also refer homeless individuals to the area
shelters such as Homeless Solutions, Inc., and the Market St. Mission. Every effort is
made to coordinate time of discharge with the receiving agency. JBWS has
established linkages with correctional facilities to provide services for Morris County
women who are victims of domestic violence while they are incarcerated and offer
placement upon release.

Prisons
Homeless Solutions, Inc. has an agreement with the Administrative Office of the NJ
Courts to accept Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) participants. ISP is an
alternative to jail for non-violent offenders. Homeless men and women enter the
shelter with 24/7 supervision and are expected to find employment, link with
treatment, pay fines and eventually secure housing.

Aging out youth
DYFS provides discharge planning for 18 year olds leaving the care of DYFS.
Roots and Wings provides housing and case management support for youth who
have aged-out of the foster care system. Currently Roots & Wings has 6 eligible
youth in this program and is looking to expand.
The countys Acute Care Systems Review Committee, which includes representatives
of the mental health system and the jail, reviews systems problems related to
individuals who cross systems. The Mental Health/ Criminal Justice Task Force is
actively forging a stronger partnership between systems.

The county has a cross systems review committee comprised of homeless service
providers, hospital Emergency room staff, representatives from the department of
corrections, and professionals specializing in substance abuse. This review committee
will identify gaps in services for homeless substance abusers, e.g.,
Improved service access for individuals with legal involvement
Bilingual (Spanish) clinical and case management
Low cost medications and medical treatment

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The Cross Systems Review Committee goals:
1) Harm reduction services Housing First/provide opportunities to provide housing
first or other model;
2) Identify gaps in training for life skills which lead to self-sufficiency. Provide
training and close gaps;
3) Support efforts of Step off the Street Outreach, expand case management for
substance abuse population
Disaster Planning and Emergency preparedness for the homeless population:
Creates a housing and health plan for homeless people during a disaster.

ESG 91. 220( l ) ( 4)

1 Identify the written standards for providing ESG assistance in accordance with 24
CFR 576.400(e)(1) and (e)(3).
Response:
Presently, performance standards are included in the grant agreement between the
jurisdiction and the subgrantees. In compliance with 576.400, the jurisdiction is
working with the CoC to collaborate on revised standards reflecting the HEARTH Act.



2 If the Continuum of Care for the jurisdictions area has established a centralized or
coordinated assessment system that meets HUD requirements, describe the
centralized or coordinated assessment system and the requirements for using the
system, including the exception for victim service providers, as seth forth under 24
CFR 576.400(d)

Response:
The Countys CoC developed the universal assessment tool, below, to be used for HPRP.
This is the foundation for the development of a coordinated assessment system.


Date:


Ser v i ces Face Sheet

Spanish Speaking After Hours Extended Hours GA HPRP TANF WOD

New #1 #2 #2P #3A #3B #3AB
C u r r e n t R e g i s t r a t i o n S t a t u s :
Case # Prev. Reg.
Status:
Date:

Registration # AOSS # Date:

Fi r st Name: Last Name: Mai den Name:
St r eet Addr ess: Tow n: Zi p:
Phone # : Ot her Phone # : Mar i t al St at us:
Dat e of Bi r t h: Soci al Secur i t y
# :
Medi cai d # :
Femal e:

Et hni ci t y Race Vet er an
Non-Hispanic/Latino American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Yes No
Hispanic/Latino Native Hawaii/Pacific Islander White
Black/African American


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Fi r st Name: Last Name: Mai den Name:
St r eet Addr ess: Tow n: Zi p:
Phone # : Ot her Phone # : Mar i t al St at us:
Dat e of Bi r t h: Soci al Secur i t y
# :
Medi cai d # :

Mal e:

Et hni ci t y Race Vet er an
Non-Hispanic/Latino American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Yes No
Hispanic/Latino Native Hawaii/Pacific Islander White
Black/African American

Chi l dr en: ( Include unborn & EDD)
Fi r st Name Last Name D.O. B. Gender M/ F Soci al Secur i t y No.

Name of Absent Par ent :
Addr ess: Phone:

Non- Cash Benef i t s
Food Stamps Medicaid
Medicare State Childrens Health Insurance
WIC VA
TANF Child Care Services TANF Transportation
Other TANF-funded Services Private Health Insurance
Section 8, public housing, or other rental assistance Other Health Insurance
Other source, None
Ser v i ces Sought
Shelter/Housing Drug Treatment
Mental Health Care Medical Care
Legal Aid CRJS/Civil Legal Aid Immigration
Financial Assistance Utilities Financial Assistance Housing
Financial Assistance Moving Expenses Financial Assistance Other
Family Planning/EPSDT Doctor: Other Specify:


NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Pr esent i ng Pr obl em:

Housi ng
Current type (if homeless include town):
House Apartment Rooming House Shelter (name):
Section 8 Other (explain):
Previous address:
How long at previous address:
Narrative:

Educat i on
Currently attending school: Yes No
Level of Education/Degree/Vocational Training:
Narrative:

Empl oy ment
Currently employed: Yes No

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Narrative:

Fi nances & Resour ces
Source of Income: Income Amount/Monthly:
Basic Monthly Expenditures:

Gener al Heal t h
Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor Dont Know
Narrative:

Fami l y :

ACTI ON TAKEN:

RECOMMENDATI ON:

SUPERVI SOR S COMMENTS



Social Worker Date


3 Identify the process for making awards and how the jurisdiction intends to make its
allocation available to nonprofit organizations, and in the case of urban counties,
funding to participating units of local government.
Response:
PROCESS AND CRITERIA FOR AWARDING FUNDS
Six agencies submitted applications. Review was conducted by Community
Development staff for completeness and eligibility and compliance with needs
addressed in the 5 Year Consolidated Plan and the Continuum of Care. Applications
must meet a need serving the homeless population in one of these five areas:
homeless prevention and rapid re-housing, street outreach, emergency shelters or
HMIS.

The Human Services Advisory Committee (HSAC) Program Review Committee
reviewed, heard presentations by the applicants, ranked and made funding
recommendations of the applications, according to the following criteria:

1. Compliance with regulations regarding eligibility
2. Meeting a County priority need as defined in the Homeless Plan
3. Consistency with the Consolidated Plan
4. Having a designated match
5. Providing a direct service to the homeless
6. Financial need
7. Timeliness

4 If the jurisdiction is unable to meet the homeless participation requirement in 24
CFR 576.405(a), specify the plan for reaching out to and consulting with homeless
or formerly homeless individuals in considering and making policies and decisions
regarding any facilities or services that receive funding under ESG.
Response:

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The CoC has a member who is formerly homeless. In addition, it is including current
residents of the countys homeless shelter in its HSAC, CEAS and Homeless plan
meetings.

5 Describe the performance standards for evaluating ESG activities.
Response:
The performance report form below is sent out to all subgrantees annually. Fields
derived from IDIS, reflecting the new ESG program, have been added to this form so as
to comply with the completion form in IDIS.

COMPLETI ON DATA FOR ALL EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANT ( ESG) RECI PI ENTS
PART I

Indicate program(s) and service(s) with an x":
Emergency Shelter Facilities Transitional Shelter
Vouchers for Shelters Outreach
Drop-in Center Soup Kitchen/Meal Distribution
Food Pantry Health Care
Mental Health HIV/AIDS Services
Alcohol/Drug Program Employment
Child Care Homeless Prevention
Other Permanent Supportive Housing

Indicate type of organization carrying out the activity with an "x":
Public Agency
Faith Based non-profit
Other non-profit

For all emergency/transitional shelter programs, the numbers for the following questions
should be based on the annual number of persons served not just those benefiting from
this grant.

If your agency is funded for a homeless prevention program, please provide data only
for t hose households benefiting from the ESG grant:

A) Please indicate your agencys program by checking one of the following:

Residential (emergency or transitional shelters)
Annual Number of Adults Only Served: ______
Annual Number Children Only Served: ______
Total: ________

Non-residential services
Annual Number of Adults and Children Served: _______

B) Please indicate race and ethnicity of those served (if you are not sure, you may indicate
those persons in the other category):
Annual number served (including residential and non-residential services)

I f your program is for homeless prevent ion only, skip t o t he last sect ion on funding sources.
Part II
A) Annual number of people served by Emergency/Transitional Shelters only:


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Annual number of individual households (singles): TOTALS
Unaccompanied 18 and over Male: _______ Female: _______ ________
Unaccompanied under 18 Male: _______ Female: _______ ________

Annual number of
family households
with children
headed by:
Single 18 and over
Single under 18
Two Parents 18
and over
Two Parents
under 18

Annual
number
of family
households with no children _______

s for each ion you served. If you served
ay place overlapping numbers


Chronically Homeless (Emergency Shelter Only)
Severely Mentally Ill


C) Annual number served in Emergency or Transitional Shelters

e
B) List the number of person subpopulat
subpopulations that fit more than one category, you m
(duplicate persons) on the appropriate lines.
CATEGORY TOTAL

Chronic Substance Abuse
Veterans
Persons with HIV/Aids
Victims of Domestic Violence


Elderly
Other Disability

Shelter Typ Number of persons housed
Barracks: _______

_______
cupancy:
__

Tot al

SOURCES
less Pre

Group/Large House: _______
Scattered Site Apartment:
Single Family Detached House: _______
Single Room Oc _______
Mobile Home/Trailer: _______
Hotel/Motel: _____
Other: Transitional _______
_______

Par t I I I : FUNDI NG
Emergency/Transitional Shelters and Home tion Programs ven
ount Fundi ng Sour ces Am
ESG:


# c
_______
Other Federal: _______
Total #Hispani
White:
Black/African Americ
Asian
an:
ican Indian/Alaskan Native:
fic Islander
&
& White
l # Served:




Amer
Native Hawaiian/Other Paci
American Indian/Alaskan Native
White

Asian and White
Black/African American
Am. Indian/Alaskan Native & Black
African Am.
Other Multi-Racial:


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Local Government: _______
Private: _______
es: __


a a risdiction in
, and



Fe ___ __
Other: _______
Total: _______
6 Describe the consult tion with each Continuum of C re that serves the ju
determining how to allocate ESG funds, develop performance standards, evaluate
outcomes of activities assisted by ESG funds, and develop funding policies
procedures for the administration and operation HMIS.
Response:
The Jurisdiction has been working with the CoC and individual members in complying
with the new ESG and HEARTH regulations. The Program Review Committee of the
Human Services Advisory Committee, reviews the ESG applications, ranks and
nding recommendations. The homeless providers are currently using HMIS. makes fu
The new ESG awardee will go through HMIS training as soon as 2012 funding awards
are approved by the Board of Chosen Freeholders and HUD. At present, the
jurisdiction will use its existing performance standards and monitoring tools for ESG
subgrantees.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Communi t y Devel opment
Table in the Needs.xls workbook.
. Identify the jurisdiction's priority non-housing community development needs eligible
y category specified in the Community Development
Needs Table (formerly Table 2B), public facilities, public improvements, public
o provide decent housing and a suitable

)
program income of $100,000. A total of 46 activities were considered for
ty. Application
meet
l

*Please also refer to the Community Development

1
for assistance by CDBG eligibilit
services and economic development.

2. Identify specific long-term and short-term community development objectives
(including economic development activities that create jobs), developed in
accordance with the statutory goals described in section 24 CFR 91.1 and the
primary objective of the CDBG program t
living environment and expand economic opportunities, principally for low- and
moderate-income persons.
*Note: Each specific objective developed to address a priority need, must be identified by number and
contain proposed accomplishments, the time period (i.e., one, two, three, or more years), and annual
program year numeric goals the jurisdiction hopes to achieve in quantitative terms, or in other
measurable terms as identified and defined by the jurisdiction.

Program Year 3 Action Plan Community Development response:
The estimated amount of 2012 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG
funds for the Morris County Consortium is $1,576,887 with anticipated
funding as part of the 2012 CDBG Program in Morris Coun
requests exceeded $2.4 million. The following 27 activities were determined
by the Community Development Revenue Sharing (CDRS) Committee to
overall county needs and local and national objectives. Funding amounts may
be modified slightly, depending on actual 2012 award received. Of the tota
available for 2012 activities (exclusive of program administration), 100% will
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be used for activities that benefit low/moderate income persons. The
proposed activities by name, location and funding level may be described as
follows:
NT

APPLI CA ACTI VI TY ADDRESS AMOUNT
1 Acqui si t i on of Real Pr oper t y 0
Morris Habitat for Humanity Acquisition for Construction 18 Willow St., Morristown $40,729
03E Nei ghbor hood Faci l i t i es
Bethel AME Church Church Kitchen Renovation 59 Spring St., Morristown $56,000
Restoration Windows & Stairs 36 South St., Morristown $80,000 Church of the Redeemer
t s 03I Fl ood Dr ai n I mpr ovemen
Town of Morristown Pocahon
e
t Dam Seepage Control Pocahontas Lake $80,000 as

3J ment
Township of Mt. Oliv Budd Lake Drainage Imp, II Multiple Locations $57,500
0 Wat er / Sew er I mpr ove s
Boonton Ave. Water Main Imp. Boonton Ave. $80,000 Borough of Butler
Borough of Rockaway Public Sewer Manhole R Borough Wide $22,500 ehab.
Borough of Wharton Water Main Improvements Fern Avenue $80,000
03L Si dew al k s
Township of Mine Hill Dolores Place Walking Path Vicinity of Dolore $80,000 s Pl
03P Heal t h Faci l i t i es
In A Zufall Health Center Health Ed. Ctr. Renovations Washington & $79,800
d Ser vi ces
c. tno Morristown
05B Handi cappe
Inc.

s
Employment Horizons, Van For Trans. - Jobs & Training Countywide $19,000
Supprt Services for Ind. Living Cedar Knolls Rd., Cedar Knolls $50,000 The Rose House
05E Tr anspor t at i on Ser vi ce
Borough of Netcong Dial-A-Ride Bus Replacement 23 Maple Avenue $50,000
05L Chi l d Car e Ser vi ces
reen Children on the G Childcare Scholarships Countywide $26,000
Childrens Program Suppressed $10,000 Jersey Battered Womens Srv
d Hse.
c.
hi l dr en
Morristown Neighborh Childcare Scholarships Countywide $1,644
05N Abused Negl ect ed C
CASA of Morris & Suss Case Supervisor Positio Countywide $50,000
rog
ex ns
ram orristown Deirdre O'Brien Child Ad.Ctr. Clinical Counseling P 8 Court St., M $30,000
14A Rehab; Si ngl e- Uni t Resi dent i al
Countywide Cthlic Social Srvcs of Morris Operation Fix-It
Ow ne
$85,000
14D Rehab; ot her Publ i cl y - d Resi dent i al Bui l d
Mount Kemble Home Housing Rehabilitation 1 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morr $47,000
r Piping & Housing Lathrop Ave, Boonton $40,000
istown
$1, 0
NJ Firemen's Home Boile
SUBTOTAL 65,173
21A Pr ogr am Admi ni st r at i on
v. Div. of Community De Program Administration $315,377
14A Rehab; Si ngl e- Uni t Resi dent i al
ommunity Dev Housing Rehab Program Countywide Division of C $196,337
A icipated Program Income $100,000 nt
$1 TOTAL PROGRAM ,676,887
*Note: Under the Morris County Community Development Program, County-wide
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location excludes Dover & Parsippany.

Response: Please see Summary of Specific Annual Obj ect ives.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
during the program year,
xpected to be generated by and deposited to revolving loan funds;

wner
2.
Response:
that will be used during the year to
ority needs and specific objectives identified in its strategic plan.
funds from any urban renewal settlement for community development and
es.
t funds returned to the line of credit for which the planned use has not been
ior statement or plan.
Respon
N/A
ion certifies.
d amount of CDBG funds that will be used for activities that benefit persons
derate income.
CDBG 91. 220( l ) ( 1)

1. Identify program income expected to be received
including:
amount e
total amount expected to be received from each new float-funded activity
included in this plan; and
amount expected to be received during the current program year from a
float-funded activity described in a prior statement or plan.
Response:
Approximately $100,000 program income is expected through the Homeo
Rehab program.

ro P gram income received in the preceding program year that has not been included
in a statement or plan.
N/A

from Section 108 loan guarantees 3. Proceeds
address the pri
esponse: R
N/A

4. Surplus
housing activiti
esponse: R
N/A

5. Any gran
included in a pr
esponse: R
N/A

from float-funded activities. 6. Income
se:

ee 7. Urgent n d activities, only if the jurisdict
Response:
N/A

8. Estimate
of low- and mo
Response:
$1,361,510

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Ant i pover t y St r at egy
ill take place during the next year to reduce the number
of poverty level families.
evelopment will support any local or state initiative to
umber of poverty level families and continue, or increase when funding is

1. Describe the actions that w
Response:
The Division of Community D
reduce the n
available, the HOME-funded TBRA program.



NON-HOMELESS SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING

Non- homel ess Speci al Needs ( 91.220 ( c) and ( e) )
k.
to achieve for the
period covered by the Action Plan.
inued assistance to supportive housing agencies,
r persons with disabilities (mental, physical and developmental) and the frail
c and private sector resources that are
reasonably expected to be available will be used to address identified needs for the
ing activities to address the needs of the non-
ecial needs population:
alth and safety repairs for disabled persons among
ousi ng Oppor t uni t i es f or Peopl e w i t h AI DS
area of service, the name of the
program contacts, and a broad overview of the range/ type of housing activities to
ing the year that addressed the special needs of
ersons who are not homeless but require supportive housing, and assistance for
ting its specific objective of providing affordable
ousing, including a comparison of actual outputs and outcomes to proposed goals
action

*Please also refer to the Non-homeless Special Needs Table in the Needs.xls workboo

1. Describe the priorities and specific objectives the jurisdiction hopes
Response:
This jurisdiction intends to provide cont
especially fo
elderly. In addition, it will continue assistance for supportive services and facilities.
Please review list of Priorities on pages 29-30.

2. Describe how Federal, State, and local publi
period covered by this Action Plan.
Response:
The Jurisdiction will undertake the follow
homeless sp
NewBridge Services, Inc. group home emergency power back-up
Hope House, Operation Fix-It he
others
The Arc/Morris Chapter construction of 6 br group home for people with special
needs


H

*Please also refer to the HOPWA Table in the Needs.xls workbook.

1. Provide a Brief description of the organization, the
be done during the next year.

2. Report on the actions taken dur
p
persons who are homeless.

3. Evaluate the progress in mee
h
and progress made on the other planned actions indicated in the strategic and
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plans. The evaluation can address any related program adjustments or future plans

4. Report on annual HOPWA output goals for the number of households assisted during
th
.
e year in: (1) short-term rent, mortgage and utility payments to avoid
p and/or
ces
at helped to address needs identified in the plan.
s were distributed among
ifferent categories of housing needs consistent with the geographic distribution
countered, actions in response to
arriers, and recommendations for program improvement.
meeting the needs of
ersons living with HIV/AIDS and provide additional information regarding the
ents that will be conducted on
e local HOPWA program during the next year.
/A
peci f i c HOPWA Obj ect i v es
l public and private sector resources that are
asonably expected to be available will be used to address identified needs for the
jectives response:
/A
homelessness; (2) rental assistance programs; and (3) in housing facilities, such as
community residences and SRO dwellings, where funds are used to develo
operate these facilities. Include any assessment of client outcomes for achieving
housing stability, reduced risks of homelessness and improved access to care.

5. Report on the use of committed leveraging from other public and private resour
th

6. Provide an analysis of the extent to which HOPWA fund
d
plans identified in its approved Consolidated Plan.

7. Describe any barriers (including non-regulatory) en
b

8. Please describe the expected trends facing the community in
p
administration of services to people with HIV/AIDS.

9. Please note any evaluations, studies or other assessm
th

Program Year 3 Action Plan HOPWA response:
N


S

Describe how Federal, State, and loca
re
period covered by the Action Plan.

Program Year 3 Specific HOPWA Ob
N

Other Narrative

Include any Action Plan information that was not covered by a narrative in any other
ection.
ing list or priority needs were identified during the development of the 2010-
014 Five Year Consolidated Plan.
Gr ant & HOME I nvest ment Par t ner shi ps
r i or i t i es 2010- 2014
as having priority needs:
Veterans - High
s

The follow
2

Communi t y Devel opment Bl ock
P

Sub Populations identified
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High
and their families - High
ren - Medium
tal illness, developmentally disabled and
ousing:
ubsidies - High
ner Rehab High
dium
- Medium

ntial Units - Medium
enters - Medium
individuals - Medium
ans - High
e addictions - Medium
ion - Medium
Water/sewer - High
e - High
Transportation - High
e High
led - High
Medium
ium
loyment training for special needs population
ldren - Medium
ome families, including nutrition training - Medium
Seniors - High
Public Housing -
Aging out youth High
People with HIV/AIDS
Single women with child
Alcohol and other Drug Addicted Medium
Special Needs: People with severe men
physically disabled - Medium

Types of Activities
H
Rental Housing S
Homeow
Acquisition for Rehabilitation - Me
Homeownership Assistance
Rehab of Multi-Unit Residential - Medium
Modernization of Public Housing Reside
Production of New Rental Units - Medium
Production of New Owner Units - Medium
Facilities:
Parks/Recreational Facilities - Medium
Senior C
Firehouses - Medium
Centers serving homeless
Facilities serving veter
Facilities serving youth suffering substance abus
Non Residential Historic Preservat

Improvements:
Flood/drainag
Street - Medium

Services:
Childcar
Developmentally Disab
Senior services -
Handicapped Services - Medium
Employment training - Med
Recreation/ Respite care and emp
Youth Services - Medium
Substance Abuse - Medium
Public Services - Medium
Health Services - Medium
Abused and Neglected Chi
Provision of food to low inc
Legal aid - Medium

D
c
Figure A
Census Tracts and Block Groups
With Low/Mod Areas
and Minority and Ethnic Concentrations
LEGEND
Eligible Census Block Group
Ineligible Census Block Group
Eligible Census Tract
G Concentration of Ethnic/Minority Population
Produced by the Morris County Division of Community Develo1>ment
Source: US Census 2000
0 1.252.5 5 7.5 10
Figure B
CDBG, HOME and ESG 2012 Activities
Projected To Take Place in
Census Tracts and Block Groups
With Low/Mod Areas and
Minority and Ethnic Concentrations
24,000 12,000 0 24,000 Feet
LEGEND
Eligible Cens 1.6 B l o ~ Group
D Ineligible Census Blodl: Gtoup
D Eligible Cens t.& Tract
I2L) h ess with Minority and Ethni cConcentrations
Produced by the Morris County Divis ion
of Community Development
Source: US Census 2000
ActiVities, Not Mapped, With County Wide Benefit
CA SA of Morris & Sussex Case Supervisors
Children on the Green Childcare Scholarships
Deirdre O'Brien Child Advocacy Center Counselors & Training
Homeless Solutions, Inc. Women's Shelter Program
Hope House Operation Fix-It
Housing Partnership Homebuyer Education
Family Promise/Morris County Case Management/PSH
Jersey Battered Women's Services Children's Program
Jersey Battered Women's Services- Nights of Shelter
Morris County Community Development Housing Rehab Program
Morris County Dept Human Services Homeless Prevention Svs
Morris County Tenant Based Rental Assistance
Morristown Neighborhood House Childcare Scholarships
Our Place, Inc. Drop In Center
Roots & Wings - Housing Aged Out Foster Youth
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01 Acquisition of Real Property 570.201(a) 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0% M 40729
y
c
02 Disposition 570.201(b) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
03 Public Facilities and Improvements (General) 570.201(c) 6 0 6 2 5 7 0 0% M 846 000
y
c
03A Senior Centers 570.201(c) 5 0 5 4 4 0 0% M 280 000
y
c
03B Handicapped Centers 570.201(c) 0 0 0 1 1 0 0%
03C Homeless Facilities (not operatinq costs) 570.201(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
"C
03D Youth Centers 570.201(c) 4 0 4 0 0 #### L
y
c
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03E Neighborhood Facilities 570.201(c) 7 0 7 1 2 3 0 0% L y
c
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c
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03G Parkinq Facilities 570.201 4 0 4 0 0 #### L y
c
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03H Solid Waste Disposal Improvements 570.201(c) 3 0 3 0 0 #### L
y
c
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03! Flood Drain Improvements 570.201(c) 13 0 13 2 2 0 0% H 137500
y
c
'ij 03J Water/Sewer Improvements 570.201(c) 18 0 18 4 5 3 12 0 0% H 1 782 500
y
c
m 03K Street Improvements 570.201(c) 7 0 7 1 1 0 0% M 400 000
y
c
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03L Sidewalks 570.201(c) 3 0 3 1 1 0 0% L 80000
y
c
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03M Child Care Centers 570.201(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
.Ct- 03N Tree Planting 570.201(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
:l
030 Fire Stations/Equipment 570.201(c) 5 0 5 2 2 0 0% M 772 100
Q.
03P Health Facilities 570.201(c) 3 0 3 1 1 1 3 0 0% L 179 800
03Q Abused and Neglected Children Facilities 570.201(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
03R Asbestos Removal 570.201(c) 1 0 1 0 0 #### L
y
c
03S Facilities for AIDS Patients (not operating costs) 570.201(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
03T Operating Costs of Homeless/AIDS Patients Programs 0 0 0 0 0 ####
04 Clearance and Demolition 570.201(d) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
04A Clean-up of Contaminated Sites 570.201(d) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
OS Public Services (General) 570.201(e) 9 0 9 1 1 2 0 0% M 120 000
y
c
OSA Senior Services 570.201(e) 12 0 12 1 1 2 0 0% M 130 000
y
c
05B Handicapped Services 570.201(e) 12 0 12 2 1 2 5 0 0% M 419 000
y
c
OSC Legal Services 570.201(E) 1 0 1 0 0 #### L
y
c
OSD Youth Services 570.201(e) 9 0 9 3 3 0 0% M 631 405
y
c
OSE Transportation Services 570.201(e) 20 0 20 1 1 0 0% H y
c
U)
OSF Substance Abuse Services 570.201(e) 9 0 9 0 0 #### M
y
c
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05G Battered and Abused Spouses 570.201(e) 0 0 0 1 1 0 0% IJ
:;;: 05H Employment Training 570.201(e) 11 0 11 0 0 #### M y
c
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OS! Crime Awareness 570.201(e) 1 0 1 0 0 #### L N
CIJ
Vl OSJ Fair Housinq Activities (if CDBG then subiect to 570.201(e) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
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OSK Tenant/Landlord Counselinq 570.201(e) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
j5
OSL Child Care Services 570.201(e} 14 0 14 5 6 3 14 0 0% H 346 644
y
c
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OSM Health Services 570.201(e) 8 0 8 0 0 #### M
y
c
Q. OSN Abused and Neglected Children 570.201(e) 1 0 1 1 2 2 5 0 0% M 330 000
y
c
050 Mental Health Services 570.201(e) 1 0 1 0 0 #### L N c
OSP Screeninq for Lead-Based Paint/Lead Hazards Poison 570.20 0 0 0 0 0 ####
05Q Subsistence Payments 570.204 0 0 0 0 0 ####
05R Homeownership Assistance (not direct) 570.204 0 0 0 0 0 ####
OSS Rental Housinq Subsidies (if HOME not part of 5% 570.204 15 0 15 1 1 2 0 0% H 450 000
y
H
OST Security Deposits (if HOME not part of 5% Admin c 0 0 0 0 0 ####
06 Interim Assistance 570. 201(f) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
07 Urban Renewal Completion 570.201(h) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
08 Relocation 570.201(i) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
09 Loss of Rental Income 570.201(j) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
10 Removal of Architectural Barriers 570.201(k) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
11 Privately Owned Utilities 570.201(1) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
12 Construction of Housing 570.201(m) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
13 Direct Homeownership Assistance 570.201(n) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
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14A Rehab; Sinole-Unit Residential 570.202 6 0 6 2 2 2 6 0 0% H 2 776 337
y
c
14B Rehab Multi-Unit Residential 570.202 1 0 1 1 1 0 0% M 149 500
y
H
14C Public Housinq Modernization 570.202 1 0 1 1 1 0 0% M 500 000
y
c
14D Rehab; Other Publicly-Owned Residential Buildings 570.202 1 0 1 1 1 2 4 0 0% M 321 500
y
c
14E Rehab Publicly or Privately-Owned Commerciai/Indu 570.20 0 0 0 0 0 ####
14F Energy Efficiency Improvements 570.202 0 0 0 0 0 ####
14G Acquisition - for Rehabilitation 570.202 1 0 1 1 1 0 0% M 1 200 000
y
H
14H Rehabilitation Administration 570.202 0 0 0 0 0 ####
14I Lead-Based/Lead Hazard Test/ Abate 570.202 1 0 1 0 0 #### L y
c
15 Code Enforcement 570.202(c) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
16A Residential Historic Preservation 570.202(d) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
16B Non-Residential Historic Preservation 570.202(d) 6 0 6 0 0 #### M
y
c
17 A CI Land Acquisition/Disposition 570.203(a) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
17B CI Infrastructure Development 570.203(a) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
17C CI Building Acquisition, Construction, Rehabilitat 570.203(a) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
17D Other Commercial/Industrial Improvements 570.203(a) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
18A ED Direct Financial Assistance to For-Profits 570.203(b) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
18B ED Technical Assistance 570.203(b) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
18C Micro-Enterprise Assistance 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19A HOME Admin/Pianning Costs of PJ (not part of 5% Ad 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19B HOME CHDO Operating Costs (not part of 5% Admin ca 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19C CDBG Non-profit Organization Capacity Building 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19D CDBG Assistance to Institutes of Higher Education 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19E CDBG Operation and Repair of Foreclosed Property 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19F Planned Repayment of Section 108 Loan Principal 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19G Unplanned Repayment of Section 108 Loan Principal 0 0 0 0 0 ####
19H State CDBG Technical Assistance to Grantees 0 0 0 0 0 ####
20 Planning 570.205 0 0 0 0 0 ####
21A General Program Administration 570.206 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0% c
21B Indirect Costs 570.206 0 0 0 0 0 ####
21D Fair Housing Activities (subject to 20% Admin cap) 570.206 0 0 0 0 0 ####
21E Submissions or Applications for Federal Programs 570.206 0 0 0 0 0 ####
21F HOME Rental Subsidy Payments (subject to 5% cap) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
21G HOME Security Deposits (subject to 5% cap) 0 0 0 0 0 ####
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31B Administration - grantee 0 0 0 0 0 ####
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Specific Annual Objectives
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DH-1 (1) Specific Objective: Improve quality of Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #1: 2010 84 247 294%
affordable rental housing. Increase number of CDBG Housing Units
2011 1 0%
homeless people moving to permanent housing
Source of Funds #2 2012 22 0%
HOME
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 247 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #2: 2010 10 6 60%
Households
2011 11 0%
Source of Funds #2 2012 11 0%
Specific Annual Objective: Rehabilitation of 2013 #DIV/0!
public housing, family rentals, housing for Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
elderly and housing for individuals with special
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 6 #DIV/0!
needs; rental assistance
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #3 2010 #DIV/0!
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2 2012 #DIV/0!
2013 #DIV/0!
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DH-2 (1) Specific Objective: Increase the supply of Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #1: 2010 13 11 85%
affordable rental housing. Increase the supply HOME Housing units
2011 27 0%
of affordable owner housing. Increase
Source of Funds #2: 2012 7 0%
homeownership. Increase range of housing
CDBG
2013 #DIV/0!
options and related services for persons with
Source of Funds #3: 2014 #DIV/0!
special needs.
Other
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 11 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #2: 2010 3 0%
HOME Households
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2: 2012 1 0%
Specific Annual Objective: Assist in the CDBG 2013 #DIV/0!
production of new housing units for rental and Source of Funds #3: 2014 #DIV/0!
home ownership. Increase home ownership. Other MULTI-YEAR GOAL 0 #DIV/0!
Provide additional housing opportunities.
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #3 2010 350 424 121%
Prepare households for home ownership.
CDBG People served 2011 400 0%
Source of Funds #2 2012 200 0%
HOME 2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 424 #DIV/0!
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OH-3 (1) Specific Objective: Improve the quality of owner Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #1: 2010 212 533 251%
housing. CDBG Number of units completed
2011 265 0%
Source of Funds #2: 2012 245 0%
Other
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 533 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #2 2010 #DIV/0!
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2 2012 #DIV/0!
Specific Annual Objective: Maintain affordable 2013 #DIV/0!
housing stock by improving quality of owner Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
housing.
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 0 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #3 2010 #DIV/0!
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2 2012 #DIV/0!
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SL-1 (1) Specific Objective: Provide supportive services Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #1: 2010 78 695 891%
to people with special needs (homeless CDBG Homeless households provided
2011 153 0%
households, victims of domestic violence,
Source of Funds #2:
with shelter.
2012 159 0%
veterans)
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2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #2: 2010 60 105 175%
CDBG Homeless individuals provided
2011 575 0%
Source of Funds #2 ESG
with supportive services
2012 10823 0%
Specific Annual Objective: Support the 2013 #DIV/0!
Continuum of Care System by providing Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
funding to programs: homeless prevention
MULTI-YEAR GOAL #DIV/0!
essential services & shelter operation and
Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #3: 2010 100 190 190%
housing vouchers.
CDBG Supportive services provided to 2011 42 0%
prevent homelessness
2012 100 0%
2013 #DIV/0!
2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 190 #DIV/0!
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SL-2 (1) Specific Objective: Improve the services for Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #1: 2010 781 1070 137%
low/mod income persons. CDBG People served
2011 815 0%
Source of Funds #2: 2012 405 0%
Other
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 1070 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #2 2010 #DIV/0!
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2 2012 #DIV/0!
Specific Annual Objective: Expand child care, 2013 #DIV/0!
transportation, senior and youth services. Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
Provide support services for people and
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 0 #DIV/0!
families with special needs.
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #3 2010 #DIV/0!
2011 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #2 2012 #DIV/0!
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 0 #DIV/QL_
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SL-3 (1) Specific Objective: Improve quality/increase Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #1: 2010 9,757 12,855 132%
quantity of public improvements for low income CDBG Number of people benefiting
2011 21,133 0%
persons. Improve quality/increase quantity of
Source of Funds #2:
from the improvements
2012 14,702 0%
neighborhood facilities for low-income persons.
Other
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 12855 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #1: Performance Indicator #2: 2010 9 9 100%
CDBG Number of facilities
2011 8 0%
Source of Funds #2 2012 3 0%
Specific Annual Objective: Assist in 2013 #DIV/0!
infrastructure improvements in eligible areas of Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
the county. Assist municipalities in the
MULTI-YEAR GOAL 9 #DIV/0!
development and preservation of neighborhood
Source of Funds #1 Performance Indicator #3 2010 2,988 0%
and other public facilities.
Number of households 2011 225 0%
Source of Funds #2 2012 53,800 0%
2013 #DIV/0!
Source of Funds #3 2014 #DIV/0!
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MULTI-YEAR GOAL 0 #DIV/0!
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ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMPLETION GOALS
Grantee Name: Morris County Expected Annual Actual Annual Resources used during the period
Number of Units Number of Units
Program Year: 2010 To Be Completed Completed
CDBG HOME ESG HOPWA
BENEFICIARY GOALS
(Sec. 215 Only)
Homeless households 11
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Non-homeless households 273 [Z;J [Z;J
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Special needs households 2
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Total Sec. 215 Beneficiaries* 286 [Z;J [Z;J
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RENTAL GOALS
(Sec. 215 Only)
Acquisition of existing units
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Production of new units 1
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Rehabilitation of existing units 22 [Z;J
D D D
Rental Assistance 11
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Total Sec. 215 Affordable Rental 34 [Z;J [Z;J
D D
HOME OWNER GOALS
(Sec. 215 Only)
Acquisition of existing units
D D
Production of new units 6 [Z;J [Z;J
Rehabilitation of existing units 245
l8J D
Homebuyer Assistance 1
D D D
Total Sec. 215 Affordable Owner 252 [Z;J [Z;J
D D
COMBINED RENTAL AND
OWNER GOALS (Sec. 215 Only)
Acquisition of existing units 0
D D D
Production of new units 7 [Z;J [Z;J
D
Rehabilitation of existing units 267 [Z;J
D D D
Rental Assistance 1l
D
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Homebuyer Assistance I
D
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Combined Total Sec. 215 Goals* 286
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OVERALL HOUSING GOALS
(Sec. 215 +Other Affordable Housing)
Annual Rental Housing Goal 34 [Z;J [Z;J
D D
Annual Owner Housing Goal 252 [Z;J [Z;J
D D
Total Overall Housing Goal 286 [Z;J [Z;J
D D
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Ex pect ed Compl et i on Dat e:
3/ 20/ 2012
Cont inue t o support t he Cont innum of Care Syst em by providing
funding t p programs direct ed t o t he homeless.
Speci f i c Obj ect i v es
Pr oposed
Locat i on: Pr i or i t y Need Cat egor y
count ywide
Ex pl anat i on:
Sel ect one:
Homeless prevent ion program providing back rent / mort gages, ut ilit ies and securit y deposit s; salary, supervisory cost s
and direct cost s for case manager in permanent support ive housing program
Descr i pt i on: I DI S Pr oj ect # : UOG Code: NJ349027 MORRI S COUNTY
Grant ee Name: Mor r i s Count y
Pr oj ect Name: ESG- Prevent ion & Rapid Re- Housing
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I ncrease t he number of homeless persons moving int o permanent housing
Obj ect ive Cat egory
Decent Housing
Suit able Living Environment
Economic Opport unit y
Availabilit y/ Accessibilit y
Affordabilit y
Sust ainabilit y
Proj ect ( 32) 1 CPMP