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Meeting Name: Housing Authority Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 12/16/2019 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, City Hall 100 Santa Rosa Avenue Room 11, Santa Rosa
SPECIAL MEETING
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Not available
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20-802HA 13.1ProclamationHA- ReportPROCLAMATION - PROCLAMATION OF APPRECIATION CARMELITA HOWARD   Action details Video Video
20-300HA 18.1FY 18/19 Housing Successor AgencyHA- Communication ItemFISCAL YEAR 2018/2019 HOUSING SUCCESSOR AGENCY REPORT - Provided for information.   Action details Not available
20-301HA 18.2Monthly Activities ReportHA- Communication ItemHOUSING AUTHORITY MONTHLY ACTIVITIES REPORT - Provided for information.   Action details Not available
20-400HA 19.1Modification of Prior Funding CommitmentHA- ConsentRESOLUTION - DUTTON FLATS - MODIFY PRIOR FUNDING COMMITMENT TO ALLOW FUNDS TO BE USED FOR ACQUISITION, PRE-DEVELOPMENT AND/OR CONSTRUCTION RELATED COSTS AND TO EXTEND CONSTRUCTION DATES - 206, 208 AND 214 WEST THIRD STREET RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Housing and Community Services Department that the Housing Authority, by resolution, modify a prior funding commitment of funds in the amount of $3,100,000 to Dutton Flats, LP to 1) allow funds to be utilized for all project costs including acquisition, predevelopment and/or construction-related costs, and 2) extend the construction start and completion dates by two months related to Dutton Flats, 41 multifamily rental units, located at 206, 208 and 214 West Third Street.to waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-821HA 110.1BHDC Extension of Loan TermsHA- ReportREPORT - BURBANK HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN TERMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY AGREEMENTS FOR CYPRESS RIDGE, GROSMAN APARTMENTS, JAY’S PLACE, PANAS PLACE, AND WEST OAKS AND SUBORDINATION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY’S LOANS TO REFINANCED SENIOR MORTGAGES BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority has provided loans to Burbank Housing Development Corporation (BHDC) for five affordable housing properties in the total principal amount of $6,330,966 representing a total of 295 units affordable to extremely low-, very low- and low-income households. Cypress Ridge, Grosman Apartments, and Jay’s Place are being refinanced through Berkadia Group; Panas Place and West Oaks are being refinanced through California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). The first mortgages for all five properties are being refinanced to (1) make repairs to each property; (2) repay a portion of the unsecured loan approved by the Housing Authority via Resolution No. 1669 on November 5, 2019; (3) to lower the interest rates on four of the five loans, to support future housing deveto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-821HA 1 BHDC Extension of Loan TermsHA- ReportREPORT - BURBANK HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN TERMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY AGREEMENTS FOR CYPRESS RIDGE, GROSMAN APARTMENTS, JAY’S PLACE, PANAS PLACE, AND WEST OAKS AND SUBORDINATION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY’S LOANS TO REFINANCED SENIOR MORTGAGES BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority has provided loans to Burbank Housing Development Corporation (BHDC) for five affordable housing properties in the total principal amount of $6,330,966 representing a total of 295 units affordable to extremely low-, very low- and low-income households. Cypress Ridge, Grosman Apartments, and Jay’s Place are being refinanced through Berkadia Group; Panas Place and West Oaks are being refinanced through California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). The first mortgages for all five properties are being refinanced to (1) make repairs to each property; (2) repay a portion of the unsecured loan approved by the Housing Authority via Resolution No. 1669 on November 5, 2019; (3) to lower the interest rates on four of the five loans, to support future housing deveto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-821HA 1 BHDC Extension of Loan TermsHA- ReportREPORT - BURBANK HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN TERMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY AGREEMENTS FOR CYPRESS RIDGE, GROSMAN APARTMENTS, JAY’S PLACE, PANAS PLACE, AND WEST OAKS AND SUBORDINATION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY’S LOANS TO REFINANCED SENIOR MORTGAGES BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority has provided loans to Burbank Housing Development Corporation (BHDC) for five affordable housing properties in the total principal amount of $6,330,966 representing a total of 295 units affordable to extremely low-, very low- and low-income households. Cypress Ridge, Grosman Apartments, and Jay’s Place are being refinanced through Berkadia Group; Panas Place and West Oaks are being refinanced through California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). The first mortgages for all five properties are being refinanced to (1) make repairs to each property; (2) repay a portion of the unsecured loan approved by the Housing Authority via Resolution No. 1669 on November 5, 2019; (3) to lower the interest rates on four of the five loans, to support future housing deveto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-821HA 1 BHDC Extension of Loan TermsHA- ReportREPORT - BURBANK HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN TERMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY AGREEMENTS FOR CYPRESS RIDGE, GROSMAN APARTMENTS, JAY’S PLACE, PANAS PLACE, AND WEST OAKS AND SUBORDINATION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY’S LOANS TO REFINANCED SENIOR MORTGAGES BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority has provided loans to Burbank Housing Development Corporation (BHDC) for five affordable housing properties in the total principal amount of $6,330,966 representing a total of 295 units affordable to extremely low-, very low- and low-income households. Cypress Ridge, Grosman Apartments, and Jay’s Place are being refinanced through Berkadia Group; Panas Place and West Oaks are being refinanced through California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). The first mortgages for all five properties are being refinanced to (1) make repairs to each property; (2) repay a portion of the unsecured loan approved by the Housing Authority via Resolution No. 1669 on November 5, 2019; (3) to lower the interest rates on four of the five loans, to support future housing deveto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-821HA 1 BHDC Extension of Loan TermsHA- ReportREPORT - BURBANK HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN TERMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY AGREEMENTS FOR CYPRESS RIDGE, GROSMAN APARTMENTS, JAY’S PLACE, PANAS PLACE, AND WEST OAKS AND SUBORDINATION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY’S LOANS TO REFINANCED SENIOR MORTGAGES BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority has provided loans to Burbank Housing Development Corporation (BHDC) for five affordable housing properties in the total principal amount of $6,330,966 representing a total of 295 units affordable to extremely low-, very low- and low-income households. Cypress Ridge, Grosman Apartments, and Jay’s Place are being refinanced through Berkadia Group; Panas Place and West Oaks are being refinanced through California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). The first mortgages for all five properties are being refinanced to (1) make repairs to each property; (2) repay a portion of the unsecured loan approved by the Housing Authority via Resolution No. 1669 on November 5, 2019; (3) to lower the interest rates on four of the five loans, to support future housing deveto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-822HA 110.22019-2020 Housing Authority Loan and Project Based Voucher NOFAHA- ReportREPORT - 2019-2020 HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN AND PROJECT BASED VOUCHER NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority issued the 2019-2020 Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”) announcing the availability of $2,479,000 of local and federal funds and 75 Project Based Vouchers (“PBVs”) for affordable housing. In response to the NOFA, issued August 6, 2019, the Housing Authority received 11 project applications and one application from a CHDO for operational funds. The requests total $13,077,050, more than five times the available funding. In addition, there are requests for 128 PBVs, 53 more than available. A NOFA Ad Hoc Committee and staff recommend funding two rehabilitation projects and operational funds for the CHDO. These projects did not request PBVs. Five projects are not recommended for funding at this time but are being further reviewed for consideration at the January 2020 Housing Authority meeting. The recommendations are based upon the selection criteria set forth in the NOFA, and the restrictions, eligibility, proceduto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-822HA 1 2019-2020 Housing Authority Loan and Project Based Voucher NOFAHA- ReportREPORT - 2019-2020 HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN AND PROJECT BASED VOUCHER NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority issued the 2019-2020 Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”) announcing the availability of $2,479,000 of local and federal funds and 75 Project Based Vouchers (“PBVs”) for affordable housing. In response to the NOFA, issued August 6, 2019, the Housing Authority received 11 project applications and one application from a CHDO for operational funds. The requests total $13,077,050, more than five times the available funding. In addition, there are requests for 128 PBVs, 53 more than available. A NOFA Ad Hoc Committee and staff recommend funding two rehabilitation projects and operational funds for the CHDO. These projects did not request PBVs. Five projects are not recommended for funding at this time but are being further reviewed for consideration at the January 2020 Housing Authority meeting. The recommendations are based upon the selection criteria set forth in the NOFA, and the restrictions, eligibility, proceduto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-822HA 1 2019-2020 Housing Authority Loan and Project Based Voucher NOFAHA- ReportREPORT - 2019-2020 HOUSING AUTHORITY LOAN AND PROJECT BASED VOUCHER NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS BACKGROUND: The Housing Authority issued the 2019-2020 Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”) announcing the availability of $2,479,000 of local and federal funds and 75 Project Based Vouchers (“PBVs”) for affordable housing. In response to the NOFA, issued August 6, 2019, the Housing Authority received 11 project applications and one application from a CHDO for operational funds. The requests total $13,077,050, more than five times the available funding. In addition, there are requests for 128 PBVs, 53 more than available. A NOFA Ad Hoc Committee and staff recommend funding two rehabilitation projects and operational funds for the CHDO. These projects did not request PBVs. Five projects are not recommended for funding at this time but are being further reviewed for consideration at the January 2020 Housing Authority meeting. The recommendations are based upon the selection criteria set forth in the NOFA, and the restrictions, eligibility, proceduto waive reading of the text and adopt  Action details Video Video
20-801HA 110.3Modifications to CalHome Disaster Assistance Loan Program GuidelinesHA- ReportREPORT - MODIFICATIONS TO CALHOME DISASTER ASSISTANCE LOAN PROGRAM GUIDELINES BACKGROUND: In May 2019, the Housing Authority (Authority) applied for, and was later awarded, a grant for $1.2 million in Round 1 CalHome Disaster Assistance funds from the California State Department of Housing & Community Development (HCD). HCD’s Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the funds set the income limit for eligible households at 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or less and the Authority’s application limited the type of housing eligible for the program to single-family homes. Because of the limited number of households at or below 80% of AMI, in November 2019 HCD amended its NOFA for Round 1 funding to increase the income limit to households earning up to 120% of AMI. Staff recommends expanding the type of housing eligible for the program to include manufactured/mobilehomes located in mobilehome parks within the Santa Rosa City Limits. All other program criteria in the HCD-approved Program Guidelines shall remain unchanged. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Housing & Commuto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video