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Meeting Name: HOUSING AUTHORITY Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/8/2017 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 301-A, 200 East Wells Street
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     Call to Order

Minutes note: Meeting called to order at 1:38p.m.
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     Roll Call    Roll call Not available
   A. APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA    Not available
R_12848 01.MotionApproval of the minutes of the regular meeting held on February 8, 2017APPROVEDPass7:0 Action details Not available
R_12849 02.Housing Authority ResolutionResolution approving Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 16-021 with Friends of Housing Corporation for property management services at Berryland, Northlawn and Southlawn DevelopmentsADOPTEDPass7:0 Action details Not available
R_12850 03.Housing Authority ResolutionResolution approving the write-offs of delinquent former resident accounts for various low rent public housing developments in the amount of $25,362.15ADOPTEDPass7:0 Action details Not available
R_12851 04.Housing Authority ResolutionResolution approving the write-offs of delinquent former resident accounts for the Berryland, Northlawn and Southlawn middle-income developments in the amount of $17,422.91ADOPTEDPass7:0 Action details Not available
   B. REPORTS AND DISCUSSION ITEMS    Not available
R_12852 01.CommunicationReport from the Secretary-Executive Director

Minutes note: Mr. Pérez discussed the following items and made note of particular areas of interest for the Board: • An article from the Housing Affairs Letter entitled “Carson Vote In Senate Limbo” • An article from the Housing Affairs Letter entitled “Regulatory Freeze Effect On HUD” • An article from the Housing Affairs Letter entitled “HOTMA Implementation Provisions Issued” • An article from the Housing Affairs Letter entitled “FHA Move Part Of HUD Overhaul” • An article from the Housing Affairs Letter entitled “HUD Adds to Section 8 Fee Famine” • A handout from a recent All-Staff meeting with key terms, a timeline and a FAQ regarding the Rental Assistance Demonstration program • The Memorandum of Agreement with the Milwaukee County Section 8 Voucher Program to provide Rent Reasonableness Determinations (RRDs) for those units which are owned by the Housing Authority, with HACM performing RRDs for units that Milwaukee County owns. • The Scope of Services with the Department of Neighborhood Services to perform the HQS inspections that are required by RAD to be done by a outside party. Mr. Pérez wanted to make the Commissioners aware that staff may suggest some changes to the bylaws. One would move the journal of record to the web, the other would more broadly define the elected official component of the Board to reflect the scope of HACM’s relationships. It may be an item for discussion on next month’s agenda. Mr. Pérez asked Evans Gant, HACM Section 3 Coordinator, to discuss some upcoming job fairs and other Section 3 and EBE activity and asked Warren Jones, HACM Director of Development, to provide an update regarding Modernization and Development activities.
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     Adjournment

Minutes note: There being no further business, Commissioner Witkowiak made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 2:47p.m. Commissioner Van Alstine seconded the motion. There being no objections, the motion carried.
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     Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities through sign language interpreters or auxiliary aids. For additional information or to request this service, contact the Housing Authority ADA Coordinator, Patricia Schmidtknecht at 286-5100, (FAX)286-3456, (TDD)286-3504 or by writing to the Coordinator at 650 West Reservoir, Milwaukee, WI 53212.    Not available
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