February 2024

Board of Commissioner’s Meeting

1612 Sisk Road

Modesto, CA 95350

 SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, February 15, 2024 – 5:30 P.M.

 

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

 

1. Call Meeting to Order

 

2. Roll Call

 

3. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time.  

 

4. Minutes

    1. Approval of the Minutes from the January 11, 2024 Board of Commissioners Meeting.

           

5. Executive Director Report

    1. Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics
    2. Development Report
    3. Information Technology Report
    4. Human Resources Report
    5. Vacancy Report

 

6. Information/Discussion Items

  1. Commissioner Acknowledgment

 

7. Consent Calendar

  1. Financial Report
  2. Check Register

 

8. Written Correspondence

  1. Thank you letter from CHS

 

9. Action Agenda Continued

  1. Resolution No 23-24-05 Consider Approving of the Award of Contract for the Emergency Procurement and Award Contract of a Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Filtration System for the Domestic Water Well System at the Westley Migrant Center
  2. Resolution No 23-24-06 Consider Approving the Award of Contract for Engineering Services in Connection with the Waste Water System Repairs at the Buena Vista Migrant Center to Blackwater Consulting Engineers
  3. Resolution No 23-24-07 Consider Approving the Award of Contract for the Residential Rehabilitation and Site Work at 1143 Park Street (Central Valley Homes: Park Cottages), Turlock. CA

 

10. Closed Session

  1. None

 

11. Commissioners Comments

 

12. Adjourn Meeting

 

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

 

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of  the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

2/9/2024

 

 

 

November 2023

Board of Commissioner’s Meeting

1612 Sisk Road

Modesto, CA 95350

AMENDED

 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, November 9, 2023 – 5:30 P.M.

 

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 AMENDS THE RALPH M. BROWN ACT TO INCLUDE NEW AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOTE MEETINGS, INCLUDING REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ALL LOCAL AGENCIES. CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 EXTENDS THE PROVISION OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 AND N-35-20 UNTIL JANUARY 2024.  THE COMMISSIONERS BOARD MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS HYBRID MEETINGS WITH THE OPTION TO ATTEND BY TELECONFERENCE/VIDEO CONFERENCE OR IN PERSON. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC THAT WISH TO ATTEND AND/OR PARTICIPATE IN A MEETING MAY DO SO IN PERSON AT 1612 SISK ROAD, MODESTO, CA,95350, OR BY JOINING THE ZOOM MEETING BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW. PUBLIC COMMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED BOTH IN PERSON AND VIA ZOOM MEETING.

ZOOM

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87859615362?pwd=RjRXcjR1b1VqWEFwTUZ2dUpLUnlHZz09

 

CALL-IN Number: 1-669-444-9171

Meeting I.D.: 878 5961 5362

Passcode: 691892

 

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

 

1. Call Meeting to Order

 

2. Roll Call

 

3. Action Agenda – Ensue One Action Item:

     1. Resolution No. 22-23-61 Resolution Approving the continuance of Teleconference and/or Virtual Meetings as per state of California Assembly Bill 361

 

4. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

     Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5      minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time.  

 

5. Minutes

     1. Approval of the Minutes from the September 28, 2023 Board of Commissioners Meeting.

           

6. Executive Director Report

     1. Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics

     2. Tuolumne Development Updates

     3. 1612 Phase II Workforce Housing Update

     4. Development Report

     5. Information Technology Report

     6. Human Resources Report

     7. Vacancy Report

8. Annual Capital Projects Report

 

7. Information/Discussion Items

     1. National NARHO Conference comments

 

8. Consent Calendar

     1. Financial Report

     2. Check Register

     3. Women’s Auxiliary Ball

 

9. Written Correspondence

     1. Center for Human Services Letter

 

10. Action Agenda Continued

     2. Resolution 21-22-12 Consider Amending Resolution 21-22-12 Approving the 2021-2023 Wastewater and Sewer Rehabilitation Contract, Between the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development and Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority. Contact #21-OMSR-17042

     3. Resolution 21-22-28 Consider approving an AMENDMENT of the Resolution Approving the 2021-2023 Rehabilitation Projects Contract, between the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development and Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority. Contract #21-OMSR-16304

 

11. Closed Session

      1. None

 

12. Commissioners Comments

 

13. Adjourn Meeting

 

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

 

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of  the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

11/3/2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER 2023 – SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

 

Board of Commissioner’s Meeting

1612 Sisk Road

Modesto, CA 95350

 

SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, September 28, 2023 – 5:30 P.M.

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 AMENDS THE RALPH M. BROWN ACT TO INCLUDE NEW AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOTE MEETINGS, INCLUDING REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ALL LOCAL AGENCIES. CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 EXTENDS THE PROVISION OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 AND N-35-20 UNTIL JANUARY 2024.  THE COMMISSIONERS BOARD MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS HYBRID MEETINGS WITH THE OPTION TO ATTEND BY TELECONFERENCE/VIDEO CONFERENCE OR IN PERSON. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC THAT WISH TO ATTEND AND/OR PARTICIPATE IN A MEETING MAY DO SO IN PERSON AT 1612 SISK ROAD, MODESTO, CA,95350, OR BY JOINING THE ZOOM MEETING BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW. PUBLIC COMMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED BOTH IN PERSON AND VIA ZOOM MEETING.

ZOOM

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87859615362?pwd=RjRXcjR1b1VqWEFwTUZ2dUpLUnlHZz09

 

CALL-IN Number: 1-669-444-9171

Meeting I.D.: 878 5961 5362

Passcode: 691892

 

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

 

1. Call Meeting to Order

 

2. Roll Call

 

3. Action Agenda – Ensue One Action Item:

     1. Resolution No. 22-23-52 Resolution Approving the continuance of Teleconference and/or Virtual Meetings as per state of California Assembly Bill 361

 

4. Elections

 

5. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time.  

 

6. Minutes

    1. Approval of the Minutes from the August 10, 2023 Board of Commissioners Meeting.

        

7. Executive Director Report

     1. Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics

     2. Development Updates

     3. Customer Service Improvements Project

     4. Operations Standardization and Security Project

     5. Development Report

     6. Information Technology Report

     7. Human Resources Report

     8. Vacancy Report

 

8. Information/Discussion Items

     1. Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Presentation

 

9. Consent Calendar

     1. Financial Report

     2. Check Register

 

10. Written Correspondence

     1. None

 

11. Action Agenda Continued

     2. Resolution 22-23-53 Consider Approving the Award of Contract for the Replacement of Water Well #1 at the Westley Migrant Center

 

     3. Resolution 22-23-54 Consider Approving the Award of Contract for Waste Water System Repairs at the Buena Vista Migrant Center in Watsonville, CA.

 

     4. Resolution 22-23-56 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Write-Off of the Uncollectible Accounts From Tenants Vacating From Conventional Public Housing.

 

     5. Resolution 22-23-57 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Write-Off of the Uncollectable Accounts From Tenants Vacating From Farm Labor Program Ceres, Patterson, Westley and Modesto

 

     6. Resolution 22-23-58 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Write-Off of the Uncollectable Accounts From Tenants Vacated From Conant Place.

 

     7. Resolution 22-23-59 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Write-Off of the Uncollectible Accounts From Tenants Vacating From Valley Manor

 

     8. Resolution 22-23-60 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Write-Off of the Uncollectible Accounts From Tenants Vacating From Kansas House, Palm Valley and Tuolumne Hill

 

     9. Resolution 22-23-13 Consider Amending Resolution 22-23-13 approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority to apply for and accept F&M Bank’s construction financing for the scattered site development known as Central Valley Homes

 

12. Closed Session

     1. None

 

13. Adjourn Meeting

 

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

 

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of  the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

APRIL 2023

Board of Commissioner’s Meeting

1701 Robertson Road

Modesto, CA 95351

AMENDED

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

April 13, 2023 – 5:30 P.M.

DUE TO COVID-19 AND CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 THAT AMENDS THE RALPH M. BROWN ACT TO INCLUDE NEW AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOTE MEETINGS, INCLUDING REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ALL LOCAL AGENCIES. CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 EXTENDS THE PROVISION OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 AND N-35-20 UNTIL JANUARY 2024. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM MEETING AT 1701 ROBERTSON ROAD, MODESTO, CA TO A VIRTUAL AND/OR TELEPHONIC CONFERENCE CALL.

ZOOM

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83087941571?pwd=OXBPdHlWb3lGWTIxQnRTb0s3ZW1HQT09

 

CALL-IN Number: 1-669-900-6833

Meeting I.D.: 830 8794 1571

Passcode: 12345

 

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period. 

1. Call Meeting to Order 

2. Roll Call 

3. Action Agenda – Ensue One Action Item:

     1. Resolution No. 22-23-28 Resolution Approving the continuance of Teleconference and/or Virtual Meetings as per state of California Assembly Bill 361

4. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time.

5. Minutes from Regular Board Meeting held on March 9, 2023 

6. Executive Director Report

     1. Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics

     2. Office Opening Schedule

     3. Legislative Updates

     4. Development Report

     5. Information Technology Report

     6. Human Resources Report

     7. Vacancy Report

7. Information/Discussion Items

     1. None

8. Consent Calendar

     1. Financial Report

     2. Check Register

9. Written Correspondence

     1. None

10. Action Agenda Continued

     2. Resolution 22-23-29 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority to apply for and accept the City of Modesto’s Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) for Phase II of The 1612.

     3. Resoltuion 22-23-30 Consider Approving Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Kingdom Development LLC for the purpose of establishing the terms of a joint venture for the development of an affordable housing project called The 1612 Apartments located at 1612 Sisk Road, Modesto CA.

11. Closed Session

     1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – LITIGATION (Government Code Section 54956.9(a): (Magdaleno v. Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority, Stanislaus County Superior Court Case No. CV-21-004972)

     2. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54956.8)

     Property: 2531 West Rumble Road, Modesto, CA

     Assessor’s Parcel Number: 076-042-007

     Negotiating Parties: Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority and Aspen Real Estate Financial, LLC

     Under Negotiations: Price and Terms of Payment 

12. Adjourn Meeting

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

 

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of  the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

 

APRIL 2022

Board of Commissioner’s Meeting

1701 Robertson Road

Modesto, CA 95351

DUE TO COVID-19 AND CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 THAT AMENDS THE RALPH M. BROWN ACT TO INCLUDE NEW AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOTE MEETINGS, INCLUDING REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ALL LOCAL AGENCIES. CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 EXTENDS THE PROVISION OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 AND N-35-20 UNTIL JANUARY 2024. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM MEETING AT 1701 ROBERTSON ROAD, MODESTO, CA TO A VIRTUAL AND/OR TELEPHONIC CONFERENCE CALL.

Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82540459246?pwd=QXl0OTFCUlpkdjdLenppM2ZqZ1M3Zz09

 Call-In Number:  1-669-900-6833

Meeting I.D.:        825 4045 9246

Passcode:           12345

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, April 14, 2022 – 5:30 P.M.

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

 

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call 

3. Action Agenda – Ensue One Action Item:

 1. Resolution No. 21-22-15 Resolution Approving the continuance of Teleconference and/or Virtual Meetings as per State of California State Assembly Bill 361

4. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. 

5. Minutes

6. Executive Director Report

     • Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics

     • COVID-19 Update

     • HUD Certificates

     • Legislative Tours

     • Buena Vista Update

     • Development Report

     • Information Technology Report

     • Human Resource Report

     • Vacancy Report

7. Information/Discussion Items

     • None

8. Consent Calendar

     • Financial Report

     • Check Register

 9. Written Correspondence

     • None

10. Action Agenda Continued

     2. Consider Approving Resolution 21-22-16 Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Award of a Contract for Banking Services

     3. Consider Approving Resolution 21-22-17 Awarding Contract for the Development of Edwards Estates II Single Family Homes, Modesto, CA

     4. Consider Approving Resolution 21-22-18 Approving the Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority Award of a Contract for Remote Annual Recertification Services

11. Closed Session

     1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL—LITIGATION (Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1).): (Magdaleno v. Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority, Stanislaus County Superior Court Case No. CV-21-004972)

12. Commissioners and CEO Comment

13. Adjourn Meeting

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of  the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

December 2021

Board of Commissioners Meeting
1701 Robertson Road
Modesto, California 95351

DUE TO COVID-19 AND CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 THAT AMENDS THE RALPH M. BROWN ACT TO INCLUDE NEW AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOTE MEETINGS, INCLUDING REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ALL LOCAL AGENCIES. CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY BILL 361 EXTENDS THE PROVISION OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 AND N-35-20 UNTIL JANUARY 2024. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM MEETING AT 1701 ROBERTSON ROAD, MODESTO, CA TO A VIDEO AND TELEPHONIC CONFERENCE CALL.
Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83624341713?pwd=RmFFS3BhdTV4d0VvZHdyb3JpNnFEUT09

CALL-IN NUMBER: 1-669-900-6833
Meeting I.D.: 836 2434 1713
Passcode: 12345

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
Thursday, December 9, 2021 – 5:30 P.M.

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call

3. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests
Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time.

4. Minutes

5. CEO/Executive Director Report

• Program Activity and Occupancy Statistics
• COVID-19 Update
• Emergency Rental Assistance Program Update
Development Report
Information Technology Report
Human Resource Report
Vacancy Report

6. Information/Discussion Items

• None

7. Consent Calendar

Financial Report (Handout)
Check Register (Handout)

8. Written Correspondence

• None

9. Action Agenda

• None

10. Closed Session

1. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54956.8)
Property: 3rd Street & Stanislaus Street, Riverbank, CA
Assessor’s Parcel Number: 132-012-024
Negotiating Parties: Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority and the City of Riverbank
Under Negotiations: Price and Terms of Payment

2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL—ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2).): (1 Matter)

3. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (Gov. Code Section 54957(b)(1).) – [Represented and Unrepresented Employees]

11. Adjourn Meeting

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.
The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists. An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners. An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

January 2021

Board of Commissioners Meeting

1701 Robertson Road

Modesto, California 95351

 DUE TO COVID-19 and CHANGES TO THE BROWN ACT ISSUED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 FROM GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM, THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM MEETING AT 1701 Robertson Road, Modesto, CA to a VIDEO AND TELEPHONIC CONFERENCE CALL. 

Zoom: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82377680408

CALL-IN NUMBER 1-669-900-6833

Meeting I.D.: 823 7768 0408

 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, January 14, 2021 – 5:30 P.M. 

The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

  1. Call Meeting to Order 
  1. Roll Call 
  1. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. 

  1. Minutes  
  1. CEO/Executive Director Report

 

  1. Information/Discussion Items
    • None 

 

  1. Consent Calendar
  1. Written Correspondence
    • None

 

  1. Action Agenda 
  1. Resolution No. 20-21-13 Consider Approving the Purchase of Property from the City of Turlock for the Round 1 No Place Like Home Affordable Housing Development. 

 

  1. Closed Session 
    • Conference regarding compensation of unrepresented employees pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.6 

 

  1. Adjourn Meeting 

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists.  An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

December 2020

Board of Commissioners Meeting

1701 Robertson Road

Modesto, California 95351

 DUE TO COVID-19 and CHANGES TO THE BROWN ACT ISSUED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER N-29-20 FROM GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM, THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM MEETING AT 1701 Robertson Road, Modesto, CA to a VIDEO AND TELEPHONIC CONFERENCE CALL.

Zoom:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86424434865?pwd=U2lBby9VYVJjMGtHb01BdWRkSnNCQT09

  CALL-IN NUMBER 1-669-900-6833

Meeting I.D.: 864 2443 4865 ~ PASSCODE:  557476

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Thursday, December 10, 2020 – 5:30 P.M.

 The Board of Commissioners welcomes and encourages public participation in the Commission meetings. Members of the public may be heard on any item on the Commission’s agenda. A person addressing the Commission will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. Comments by members of the public on any item on the agenda will only be allowed during consideration of the item by the Commission. Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission during the General Public Comment period.

 

  1. Call Meeting to Order

 

  1. Roll Call

 

  1. General Public Comment Period and Recognition of Guests

Members of the public desiring to be heard on matters under jurisdiction of the Commission, but not on the agenda, may address the Commission at this time. Comments will be limited to 5 minutes unless the Chairperson grants a longer period of time. 

  1. Minutes 

 

  1. CEO/Executive Director Report

 

  1. Information/Discussion Items
  • None

 

  1. Consent Calendar

 

  1. Written Correspondence
  • None

 

  1. Action Agenda

 

  1. Resolution No. 20-21-01 Consider Authorizing the CEO/Executive Director to execute contracts in excess of the small purchase threshold of $150,000 for the 1612 (1612 Sisk Road, Modesto, CA) renovation and construction projects and to bring any such contracts to the Board of Commissioners for ratification at the next available Board Meeting.

 

  1. Closed Session

 

  • LABOR NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE (Government Code Section 6)

 

  • CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Government Code Section 54956.9)

 

  1. Adjourn Meeting

 

Per Government Code Section 54954.2, any person with a disability who requires an accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during Agency business hours by calling at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting (209) 557-2002. Writings that are public records under subdivision (a) and that are distributed during a public meeting shall be made available for public inspection at the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body, or after the meeting if prepared by some other person. (Government Code, Section 54957(b).

Matters Too Late for The Agenda – These may be presented by members of the Commission and Authority staff upon determination that an emergency exists, as defined by State Law or that the need to take action on the matter arose subsequent to the publishing of this agenda.

The Public is advised that the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus may not act on any item that is not on the Agenda unless (a) by a majority of vote of the Commissioners, they determine that an emergency situation exists.  An emergency situation is defined as a work stoppage or other activity which severely impairs public health, safety or both, which is determined by majority of the Commissioners.  An emergency situation can also be a crippling disaster which severely impairs public health, safety or both, as determined by the Commissioners; (b) the Commissioners by a two thirds (2/3) vote of all the Commissioners present, or by unanimous vote of those present if less than two thirds (2/3) of the total Commissioners are present, determines that the need to take action became apparent subsequent to the posting of the agenda; c) the particular time was posted for a prior meeting which occurred not more than five (5) Calendar days prior to the date action is actually taken on that item and at that prior meeting that item was continued to a meeting in which action is now being taken.

1612 Press Release

Press Release for Immediate Release

July 2, 2020,

Teresa Kinney, Government Relations (209) 222-7586

 

“The 1612” – In an unprecedented move in unprecedented times, Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority has just purchased the former Clarion Hotel and Conference Center. Stan Regional HA will relocate the administrative offices of the Public Housing Agency and will be renovating the property to include 150 units of Workforce Housing for entry level workers, including workers from nearby retail and other business settings. The facility will eventually host other small businesses in a campus like setting and accommodate future development of Retirement Workforce Housing on a lot located on the property. The campus will now be known as “The 1612 – Micro Community.”

 

Stan Regional HA purchased the property for $13,500,000.  Funding for the acquisition came from the Housing Authority’s restricted Operations Reserves and a bank loan from F&M Bank.  Use of the restricted Operations Reserves was authorized by HUD using a waiver enabled by the CARES Act; though CARES Act did not fund any portion of the acquisition. Stanislaus Regional HA is the first Public Housing Agency to utilize a CARES Act waiver to fund an administrative building.  The waiver is based on the need for a larger operation campus to accommodate current social distancing requirements and to maintain efficient and continued services to the community during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  The Housing Authority has received approval to use a portion of the building for administrative services, but also has the option to temporarily support COVID-19 relief efforts in the community.

 

Stan Regional HA will be renovating the property in 2-phases.  Phase 1 will be renovation of the administrative offices expected to be completed by December 2020. Phase 2 will be completing renovations in the residential units and is expected to be completed by December 2021.  The Residential portion of the 1612 will include 8 1-bedroom units and 142 studio apartments.  All will have small kitchenettes, a murphy bed and a washer/dryer combination unit.  Rehabilitation costs is anticipated to be $2,800,000 for the administrative building and $4,840,000 for the residential units. The agency will also be constructing a new maintenance shop at the facility.

 

The residential area of the property will not be subsidized by HUD or State funding and is funded solely by a loan from F&M Bank.  This will allow the Stan Regional HA to create affordable housing for entry level workforce household incomes.  The Stan Regional HA worked with consulting agency California Affordable Housing Agency (CalAHA) to bring the project to fruition. Thank you to the San Francisco HUD Field Office for their exceptional assistance and support for this development.

 

Quote from Chair, Board of Commissioners Stanislaus Regional HA, Carlos Estacio:

I am so thrilled about the purchase of the property.  We have worked on this project for over three years and for it come to fruition is a miracle.  Since Barbara coming on board as the CEO/Executive Director, she and her staff has put Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority on a different level, with even more exciting things to come

 

 

Quote from Congressman, Tom McClintock:

“I am pleased that HUD has allowed the Stanislaus Public Housing Authority to use its operating funds to acquire this property, which will provide much-needed workforce housing for Californians.  Stanislaus PHA is using its own funding that it saved through years of sound management, and I am pleased to have worked with them to achieve this innovative solution to California’s housing woes.” 

 

Quotes from HUD:

“This is a major accomplishment and all of you should feel proud to have reached this milestone,” said HUD’s Director of Urban Revitalization Susan Wilson. “Thanks to all for working so cooperatively.”

“I thank and applaud both the HUD team and all involved at the Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority for accelerating the approval process to make this property acquisition possible during this challenging time,” said HUD Regional Administrator Chris Patterson. “Specifically, I would like to acknowledge Trevor Auser, Nicholas Birck, Matt Bruno, Michael Capener, Todd Greene, Robert Mulderig, Andrew Nguyen, Susan Wilson, and Gerard Windt for their diligent and exemplary work.”

 

Quote from County Supervisor, Kristin Olsen:

I am excited to have workforce housing added to the growing continuum of affordable housing inventory available in Stanislaus County.  This will help so many people find stable housing and employment, while also improving aesthetics along an important corridor in our county by having the Housing Authority itself as the anchor tenant and owner.

 

Quote from County CEO, Jody Hayes:

We are very excited for the Housing Authority and their vision to bring workforce housing and training onto a single campus in our community.  This is a very unique project with the potential to make a significant difference for many working individuals who struggle to find workforce housing in our local market.  There are so many possibilities for the future of this project and the positive economic impact this will have for the surrounding area.

Quote from Modesto City Councilmember, Jenny Kenoyer:

As a councilperson, I am really happy to see the Housing Authority is moving ahead and taking advantage of money available and providing more affordable housing for the workforce.

Quote from CalAHA:

Nick Benjamin, Executive Director of CalAHA commented:

“The California Affordable Housing Agency is proud to be involved as a development partner in this very unique and innovative mixed-use hotel acquisition and conversion project. Not only does this project provide the Housing Authority with a new administrative office to replace its 71-year-old facility, it also provides 150 new units of sorely needed workforce housing in Stanislaus County. From HUD approved financing to rehabilitation, it is truly one of a kind!”

Quote from Modesto City Councilmember, Doug Ridenour:

Affordable housing concepts for those earning a paycheck but unable to make ends meet have been endlessly discussed over the years. This Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority project puts words into action – and ensures quality living space for those who serve as the backbone of our employment force. I applaud their effort and hope this will serve as a roadmap for selective reuse of existing footprints in our communities.

Quote from Congressman, Josh Harder

“The best way to solve the lack of affordable housing is building more affordable housing – it’s really that simple,” said Representative Josh Harder (CA-10). “Thanks to the great work of the Stanislaus Regional Housing Authority, 150 more families in our community will have a safe place to call their own. I was glad to do my part and pressure federal bureaucrats to allow the housing authority to use federal funding to get this important project built.”

 

Comunicado de prensa para anuncio inmediato

2 de julio de 2020

Teresa Kinney, Relaciones Gubernamentales (209) 222-7586

 

“El 1612” – En un movimiento sin precedentes en tiempos sin precedentes, la Autoridad Regional de Vivienda de Stanislaus acaba de comprar el anterior Clarion Hotel and Conference Center. Stan Regional HA reubicará las oficinas administrativas de la Agencia de Vivienda Pública y renovará la propiedad para incluir 150 unidades de vivienda de mano de obra para los trabajadores de nivel básico, incluidos los trabajadores de los comercios minoristas cercanos y otros entornos empresariales. La instalación eventualmente albergará a otras pequeñas empresas en un campus como el establecimiento y acomodará el desarrollo futuro de la vivienda de la fuerza de retiro en un lote ubicado en la propiedad. El campus ahora será conocido como “El 1612 – Micro Comunidad.”

 

Stan Regional HA compró la propiedad por $13,500,000.  La financiación para la adquisición provino de las Reservas de Operaciones restringidas de la Autoridad de Vivienda y de un préstamo bancario de F&M Bank.  El uso de las Reservas de Operaciones Restringidas fue autorizado por HUD usando una exención habilitada por la Ley CARES; aunque CARES Act no financió ninguna parte de la adquisición. Stanislaus Regional HA es la primera Agencia de Vivienda Pública en utilizar una exención de la Ley CARES para financiar un edificio administrativo.  La exención se basa en la necesidad de un campus de operación más amplio para adaptarse a los requisitos actuales de distanciamiento social y para mantener servicios eficientes y continuos a la comunidad durante la pandemia COVID-19.  La Autoridad de Vivienda ha recibido la aprobación para utilizar una parte del edificio para servicios administrativos, pero también tiene la opción de apoyar temporalmente los esfuerzos de socorro COVID-19 en la comunidad.

 

El Stan Regional HA renovará el establecimiento en 2 fases.  La Fase 1 será la renovación de las oficinas administrativas que se espera que finalicen en diciembre de 2020. La Fase 2 completará renovaciones en las unidades residenciales y se espera que esté fasa sera terminada en diciembre de 2021.  La parte residencial del 1612 incluirá 8 unidades de 1 dormitorio y 142 apartamentos tipo estudio.  Todos tendrán pequeñas cocinas, una cama murphy y una combinada lavadora/secadora.  Se prevé que los costos de rehabilitación sean de $2,800,000 para el edificio administrativo y $4,840,000 para las unidades residenciales. La agencia también construirá un nuevo taller de mantenimiento en las instalaciones.

 

La zona residencial de la propiedad no será subsidiada por el financiamiento de HUD o Estado y se financia únicamente con un préstamo de F&M Bank.  Esto permitirá a Stan Regional HA crear viviendas asequibles para los ingresos familiares de la fuerza laboral de nivel básico.  Stan Regional HA trabajó con la agencia de consultoría California Affordable Housing Agency (CalAHA) para llevar el proyecto a buen término. Gracias a la Oficina de Campo de SAN Francisco HUD por su excepcional asistencia y apoyo para este desarrollo.

 

Cita del Presidente de la Junta de Comisionados Stanislaus Regional HA, Carlos Estacio:

Estoy muy emocionado por la compra de la propiedad.  Hemos trabajado en este proyecto durante más de tres años y para que se materializar sea un milagro.  Desde que Barbara comenzó a su cargo como CEO/Directora Ejecutiva, ella y su personal han puesto a la Autoridad Regional de Vivienda Stanislaus en un nivel diferente, con cosas aún más emocionantes por venir

 

Cita del congresista, Tom McClintock:

“Me complace que HUD haya permitido a la Autoridad de Vivienda Pública de Stanislaus utilizar sus fondos operativos para adquirir esta propiedad, lo que proporcionará una vivienda de mano de obra muy necesaria para los californianos.  Stanislaus PHA está utilizando su propia financiación que salvó a través de años de buena gestión, y me complace haber trabajado con ellos para lograr esta solución innovadora a los problemas de vivienda de California”. 

 

Citas de HUD:

“Este es un logro importante y todos ustedes deberían sentirse orgullosos de haber alcanzado este hito”, dijo Susan Wilson, Directora de Revitalización Urbana de HUD. “Gracias a todos por trabajar tan cooperativamente.”

“Agradezco y aplaudo tanto al equipo de HUD como a todos los involucrados en la Autoridad Regional de Vivienda de Stanislaus por acelerar el proceso de aprobación para hacer posible esta adquisición de propiedades durante este difícil tiempo”, dijo chris Patterson, Administrador Regional de HUD. “Específicamente, me gustaría reconocer a Trevor Auser, Nicholas Birck, Matt Bruno, Michael Capener, Todd Greene, Robert Mulderig, Andrew Nguyen, Susan Wilson y Gerard Windt por su trabajo diligente y ejemplar”.

 

Cita de la Supervisora del Condado, Kristin Olsen:

Estoy emocionado de tener viviendas de mano de obra añadidas al continuo creciente inventario de viviendas asequibles disponibles en el condado de Stanislaus.  Esto ayudará a muchas personas a encontrar viviendas estables y empleo, mientras que también mejora la estética a lo largo de un corredor importante en nuestro condado al tener a la propia Autoridad de Vivienda como el inquilino ancla y propietario.

 

Cita de la CEO del Condado, Jody Hayes:

Estamos muy emocionados por la Autoridad de Vivienda y su visión de llevar la vivienda de la fuerza de trabajo y la capacitación en un solo campus en nuestra comunidad.  Este es un proyecto muy único con el potencial de hacer una diferencia significativa para muchas personas trabajadoras que luchan por encontrar viviendas de mano de obra en nuestro mercado local.  Hay tantas posibilidades para el futuro de este proyecto y el impacto económico positivo que esto tendrá para los alrededores.

 

Cita de la concejal de la ciudad de Modesto, Jenny Kenoyer:

Como concejal, estoy muy feliz de ver que la Autoridad de Vivienda está avanzando y aprovechando el dinero disponible y proporcionando una vivienda más asequible para la fuerza de trabajo.

 

Cita de CalAHA:

Nick Benjamin, Director Ejecutivo de CalAHA comentó:

“La Agencia de Vivienda Asequible de California se enorgullece de participar como socio de desarrollo en este proyecto de adquisición y conversión de hoteles de uso mixto único e innovador. Este proyecto no solo proporciona a la Autoridad de Vivienda una nueva oficina administrativa para reemplazar sus instalaciones de 71 años, sino que también proporciona 150 nuevas unidades de viviendas de mano de obra muy necesarias en el condado de Stanislaus. Desde la financiación aprobada por HUD hasta la rehabilitación, ¡es verdaderamente única!”

 

Cita del concejal de la ciudad de Modesto, Doug Ridenour:

Los conceptos de vivienda asequible para aquellos que ganan un sueldo pero no pueden llegar a fin de mes se han discutido sin fin a lo largo de los años. Este proyecto de la Autoridad Regional de Vivienda de Stanislaus pone las palabras en acción y garantiza un espacio de vida de calidad para aquellos que sirven como la columna vertebral de nuestra fuerza de empleo. Aplaudo su esfuerzo y espero que esto sirva como una hoja de ruta para la reutilización selectiva de las huellas existentes en nuestras comunidades.

 

Cita del congresista Josh Harder

“La mejor manera de resolver la falta de vivienda asequible es construir viviendas más asequibles, es realmente así de simple”, dijo el Representante Josh Harder (CA-10). “Gracias al gran trabajo de la Autoridad Regional de Vivienda de Stanislaus, 150 familias más en nuestra comunidad tendrán un lugar seguro para llamar a los suyos. Me alegré de hacer mi parte y presionar a los burócratas federales para que permitieran que la autoridad de vivienda usara fondos federales para construir este importante proyecto”.

 

Kansas House Supplies

Essential Items for Kansas House

Each apartment will need the following items
Updated 4/22/20 at 12:40 pm Supply On Hand Supply in Need
1 Food Box from a Food Pantry 48 57
2 Toiletries
* Roll of Bath Tissue 64 Rolls 41
* Bath Soap (Bar or liquid) 48 57
* Shampoo 48 57
* Toothbrush (1-3 depending on tenants) 48 105-315
* Toothpaste 48 57
3 Cleaning Supplies
* Dish Detergent 70 35
* Clothes Detergent (High Efficiency-HE) 48 57
* All purpose cleaning solution such as 409 48 57
4 Kitchen Supplies
* Plates (3 to 4 per unit) 97 169-274
* Bowls (3 to 4 per unit) 88 187-292
* Cups (3 to 4 per unit) 88 187-292
* Silveware/Flatware (sets of 4) 67 38
* Non-electric Can Opener 49 56
* Cooking Utensils (set) 86 19
* Frying Pan to cook with 85 20
* Pot to cook with 85 20
* Coffee pot/Keurig 76 29
* Kitchen Towels 68 37
* Sponge or something to clean dishes 48 57
* Microwaveable Mixing Bowl 48 57
5 Linen/Other
* Bath Towels (3 per unit) 147 168
* Hand Towels (3 per unit) 114 201
* Wash Cloths (3 per unit) 111 204
* Bath Mat 57 48
* Pillows (3 per unit) 76 287
 
Full Supply on Hand Twin Supply on Hand Full Supply in Need Twin Supply in Need
* Blanket/Comforter (1 full/1 twin) 78 48 27 57
* Sheets set (1 full/1 twin) 144 124 NO Full Sheet Needed No Twin Sheets Needed
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