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Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Implementation Schedule
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IMPEDIMENT #1: Lack of affordable housing options
Proposed Events/Year
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LeadIDGroup1Increase affordable housing production and reduction in cost-burdened householdsFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A1ActionAThe City will develop six new homeowner units annually or at a limit, that funding supports.11111
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A2ActionBThe city will provide homeownership education to 50 households annually or at a limit that funding supports.11111
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A3ActionCThe City will support 50 first time homebuyers annually or at a limit, that funding supports.11111
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Urban Dev - KP1G1A4ActionDThe City will discuss inclusion of rental housing gap financing during the community participation process in the 2018-2023 strategic plan. This discussion will also include how the city can support the affordable housing development in all parts of the city.1
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P1G1A5ActionEThe City of Lincoln will examine mandating affordable units in new multifamily unit construction in the next Lincoln Lancaster comprehensive plan update in 2021.1
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A6ActionFThe City of Lincoln Urban Development Department will create for consideration a proposal in 2018 that would
mandate any project with housing financed by TIF or other public assistance to participate in the housing choice
voucher (HCV) program and accept tenants with HCV’s.
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A7ActionGThe City of Lincoln Urban Development Department will create for consideration a proposal in 2018 which would
mandate any project with rental unit’s created with TIF assistance will include a percentage of units affordable to low income persons.
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A8ActionHThe City of Lincoln will seek out opportunities to develop new affordable housing with community housing
development organizations (CHDOs) and other partners to promote both ownership and rental opportunities of the next five years.
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Urban Dev - WP1G1A9ActionIThe City of Lincoln will create for consideration a plan in 2018 to use turn back tax funds to fund low income tax credit housing projects or other uses related to affordable housing.1
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Urban Dev - KP1G1A10ActionJThe City of Lincoln will continue to rebate impact fee for low to moderate-income families when they construct new homes over the next five years.11111
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P1G1A11ActionKLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P1G1A12ActionLLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P1G1A13ActionMLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P1G1A14ActionNLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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IMPEDIMENT #2: Lack of economical ways to preserve adequate housing stock
Proposed Events/Year
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Group1Rehabilitate housing unitsFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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Urban Dev - KP2G1A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will rehabilitate and/or repair 77 owner occupied housing units annually or at a limit, that funding supports to help maintain a quality housing stock.11111
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Urban Dev - W, Mayor - L, HRC FMP2G1A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will utilize Community Development Organizations and Community Housing Development Organizations to market the City’s three rehabilitation programs over the next five years.11111
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Group2Support code enforcement of the existing housing stock
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Urban Dev - K, BS - RP2G2A1ActionAThe Urban Development Department will participate in Building and Safety’s review and adoption of minimum maintenance codes. They will bring forward fair housing concerns, and promote positions to maintain existing affordable housing.11111
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Urban Dev - K, BS - RP2G2A2ActionBThe Urban Development Department will participate in Building and Safety’s annual review and adoption of apartment licensing program changes. They will bring forward fair housing concerns, and promote positions to maintain existing affordable housing.11111
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Group3Support healthy neighborhoods
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Urban Dev - KP2G3A1ActionAThe City will provide administrative support to the community health endowment in their work to improve neighborhood health over the next five years.11111
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Group4Collaborate with other agencies/departments to keep existing housing occupied and residents stable
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Urban Dev - WP2G4A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will provide data and administrative support to the Problem Resolution Team over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - PP2G4A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln and LHA will provide data and administrative support to the Greater Lincoln Workforce Development Board in their efforts to enhance both employer and employee opportunities over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - WP2G4A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln will continue to promote the Lincoln Electric System’s weatherization program through our housing programs over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - KP2G4A4ActionDUrban Development Department will partner with other departments/agencies to prioritize for action 150 potential vacant properties and develop a method to engage high priority properties over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - KP2G4A5ActionEUrban Development Department will include in the community participation process for the 2018-2022 strategic plan a conversation about the need for: mobile home parks, cooperative housing opportunities, small homes, and accessory dwelling units.1
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Urban Dev - WP2G4A6ActionFUrban development Department in 2018 will draft for consideration a model policy to require the replacement of affordable housing if units are lost to redevelopment projects using TIF financing.1
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P2G4A7ActionGLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P2G4A8ActionHLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P2G4A9ActionILHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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IMPEDIMENT #3: Lack of knowledge concerning fair housing
Proposed Events/Year
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Group1Implement fair housing education through workshops and fair housing support servicesFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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HRC - MP3G1A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will hold a civil rights conference annually.11111
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HRC - MP3G1A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln’s Commission on Human Rights will engage in 50 plus community outreaches annually.11111
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HRC - MP3G1A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln Commission on Human Rights and LHA will educate all new voucher holders from 2018-2022 in regular new voucher briefing sessions.11111
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Urban Dev - K, HRC - FMP3G1A4ActionDUrban Development Department and the City of Seward will create a fair housing education module by the end of 2020 that can be incorporated in educational settings such as Lincoln public schools, refugee resettlement specialists etc.11111
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Group2Support fair housing enforcement efforts
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Urban Dev - EP3G2A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will support the Commission of Human Rights as an approved HUD agency to investigate discrimination.11111
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Urban Dev - EP3G2A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will work to identify funding over the next five years to assist the Commission on Human Rights to conduct fair housing testing.11111
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Group3Support healthy neighborhoods
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Urban Dev - WP3G3A1ActionAUrban Development Department will publish information annually on fair housing in the Urban Development Department’s Urban Page Newsletter.11111
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Urban Dev - EP3G3A2ActionBUrban Development Department will propose to include fair housing information in Lincoln Public School information distribution systems annually.11111
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P3G3A3ActionCUrban Development Department will seek to include fair housing information in Lincoln Electric System, Lincoln Water System utility statements and in the public transportation system by 2020.1
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P3G3A4ActionDUrban Development Department will include fair housing information in annual apartment management licensing renewal correspondence starting within six months of Building and Safety’s electronic system being deployed.1111
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P3G3A5ActionELHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P3G3A6ActionFLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P3G3A7ActionGLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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IMPEDIMENT #4: Lack of access to information about, affordable homeownership and rental opportunities throughout the city
Proposed Events/Year
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Group1Increase access to opportunitiesFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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P4G1A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln and The City of Seward will collaborate with an appropriate partner in 2019 to create a credit improvement module to be used in appropriate educational courses.1
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Urban Dev - WP4G1A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will collaborate with league of human dignity to fund reduction of accessibility barriers over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - EP4G1A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln and LHA will provide 45 security deposit down payments annually or at a limit, that funding supports11111
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P4G1A4ActionDThe City of Lincoln will collaborate with the Greater Lincoln Workforce Development Board in 2019 to create an educational module for employers to share with their employees to promote stable housing via fair housing knowledge.1
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Urban Dev - WP4G1A5ActionEThe City of Lincoln will staff the local Continuum of Care, which serve homeless and near homeless clients over the next five years.11111
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P4G1A6ActionFThe City of Lincoln will develop a searchable database to communicate locations of existing licensed rental properties by 2019.1
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P4G1A7ActionGLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A8ActionHLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A9ActionILHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A10ActionJLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A11ActionKLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A12ActionLLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A13ActionMLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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P4G1A14ActionNLHA will report on their own activities, events and outcomes in their reporting requirements
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IMPEDIMENT #5: Lack of access to education and information about policies affecting public transportation
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Group1Improve access to public transportationFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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StarTran - BP5G1A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will assess new development access to public transportation annually.11111
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StarTran - BP5G1A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will examine technology options to provide improved access to transportation options that will utilize both public & private investments in the next five years.11111
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StarTran - BP5G1A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln will explore governance options for expanding transit and developing new revenuesources as outlined in the 2016 Transit Development Plan in the next five years.11111
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Group2Improve reliable access to public transportation
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StarTran - BP5G2A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will annually work to reach its goal of increasing ‘on-time’ status to 85% of the time.11111
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StarTran - BP5G2A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will work to improve bus passenger amenities in accordance with the TDP.11111
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Group3Improve education about public transportation
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P5G3A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will restart their public transportation-marketing program to major employers to educate their workforce about transportation options.1
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Group4Review and Implement policies to improve public transportation
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StarTran - BP5G4A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln over the next five years will support the Transit Development Plan phasing plan for improved public transportation options.11111
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StarTran - BP5G4A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln over the next five years will explore governance options for expanding transit and developing new revenue sources as outlined in the 2016 Transit Development Plan.11111
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P5G4A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln will continue to collect client information through a ridership survey every three years to better inform and educate our client base beginning in 2020.1
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IMPEDIMENT #6: Poor public perception of affordable housing, and neighborhoods with affordable housing
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Group1Support Lincoln’s neighborhoods that have affordable housingFY1819FY1920FY2021FY2122FY2223
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Urban Dev - WP6G1A1ActionAThe City of Lincoln will assist 1000 contacts in the Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area through community building efforts annually to increase neighborhood livability or at a level, that funding permits.11111
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Urban Dev - K & EP6G1A2ActionBThe City of Lincoln will draft a community indicator relating to fair housing knowledge in 2018.1
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Urban Dev - KP6G1A3ActionCThe City of Lincoln will provide administrative support to the Community Health Endowment in their work to improve neighborhood health over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - K, HRC -FMP6G1A4ActionDThe City of Lincoln will provide data and administrative support Mayor's Environmental Task Force.11111
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Urban Dev - WP6G1A5ActionEThe City of Lincoln will provide data and administrative support the Mayor's Stronger Safer Neighborhood Initiative.11111
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Urban Dev - KP6G1A6ActionFThe City of Lincoln will provide data and administrative support to the Prosper Lincoln initiatives over the next five years.11111
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Urban Dev - WP6G1A7ActionGThe City of Lincoln will organize monthly neighborhood conversations through the Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable.11111
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Urban Dev - WP6G1A8ActionHThe City of Lincoln will provide data and administrative support for NeighborWorks-Lincoln’s Lincoln Policy Network.11111
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Group2Promote Affordable Housing Initiatives
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