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==Redevelopment by Piedmont Housing Alliance==
 
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The Piedmont Housing Alliance is expected to redevelop the nearly 12 acre site and has been working towards these efforts for year. In March 2016 they announced they had received a $100,000 grant from the Jessie Ball DuPont Foundation. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Piedmont Housing Alliance gets grant for Friendship Court engagement|url=http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/piedmont-housing-alliance-gets-grant-for-friendship-court-engagement/article_3673e9ff-542e-5e7f-9441-b7c2b816c1cd.html|author=Staff reports|pageno=|printdate=March 8, 2016|publishdate=March 8, 2016|accessdate=December 31, 2016}}</ref>
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The Piedmont Housing Alliance is expected to redevelop the nearly 12 acre site and has been working towards these efforts for year. In March 2016 they announced they had received a $100,000 grant from the Jessie Ball DuPont Foundation. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Piedmont Housing Alliance gets grant for Friendship Court engagement|url=http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/piedmont-housing-alliance-gets-grant-for-friendship-court-engagement/article_3673e9ff-542e-5e7f-9441-b7c2b816c1cd.html|author=Staff reports|pageno=|printdate=March 8, 2016|publishdate=March 8, 2016|accessdate=December 31, 2016}}</ref> City government gave PHA a $350,000 for the effort. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Council set to adopt SIA action plan|url=http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/council-set-to-adopt-sia-action-plan/article_5efbbf84-fa02-11e5-b9f1-27c6c2502efc.html|author=Chris Suarez|pageno=|printdate=April 3, 2016|publishdate=April 3, 2016|accessdate=January 2, 2017}}</ref>
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==Advisory Committee==
 
==Advisory Committee==

Revision as of 10:54, 2 January 2017

Friendship Court is a 150-unit low-income apartment complex subsidized by vouchers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The site is jointly owned by the National Historic Trust and the Piedmont Housing Alliance until their contract is up at the end of 2032. [1] [citation needed]


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Redevelopment by Piedmont Housing Alliance

The Piedmont Housing Alliance is expected to redevelop the nearly 12 acre site and has been working towards these efforts for year. In March 2016 they announced they had received a $100,000 grant from the Jessie Ball DuPont Foundation. [2] City government gave PHA a $350,000 for the effort. [3]


Advisory Committee

A 14-member advisory committee has been created to oversee redevelopment efforts.

  • Kathy Galvin, Charlottesville City Council
  • Mike Murphy, Assistant City Manager
  • Bill Edgerton, AIA of the Oak Hill Fund
  • Sarah McLean, RN of the Adiuvans Foundation
  • Daphne Kaiser, PhD, principal of Clark Elementary School
  • Kevin White, National Housing Trust
  • Myrtle Houchens, a former resident and a member of First Baptist Church

Residents were elected from among current tenants.

  • Sheri Hopper, Resident
  • Crystal Johnson, Resident
  • Zafar Khan, Resident
  • Betty Lowry, Resident
  • Yolanda Ross, Resident
  • Quanelius Tinsley, Resident
  • Tamara Wright, Resident


Sponsorship agreement for additional police coverage

Since 2005, the company has paid a donation to the Charlottesville Police Department in exchange for additional patrols in and around the community. Under the terms of this "sponsorship agreement", police officers looking for over-time can participate in this shift. In FY2011, the amount is $88,522[4]

References

  1. Web. Temporary housing: Will Friendship Court stay affordable without federal funding?, Laura Ingles, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, May 28, 201, retrieved May 28, 2013. Print. May 28, 2013 .
  2. Web. Piedmont Housing Alliance gets grant for Friendship Court engagement, Staff reports, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, March 8, 2016, retrieved December 31, 2016.
  3. Web. Council set to adopt SIA action plan, Chris Suarez, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, April 3, 2016, retrieved January 2, 2017.
  4. Shifflett, David. FY2011 Friendship Court Sponsorship Agreement - $88,522. Rep. Charlottesville Tomorrow's Document Archive. Web. 19 July 2010. <http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/docs/20100719-Friendship-Court-Agreement.pdf>.

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