Housing Authority Resolutions All Archives

2058 2058
ADOPT a resolution: (1) appointing Willie Mae Estrada, Arlene Debose, Glenn Conner, Etha Jones, James Wheaton, Antoinette Cannon and Monique Rolfe to the Resident Advisory Board (RAB) for the 2017 Annual Plan; (2) providing a stipend of $25 to each for attendance at the RAB meeting; and (3) authorizing staff to substitute the appointment of any resident unable to serve. Adopted: March 6, 2018
2057 2057
ADOPT a resolution approving the lease of a flat-bed truck from HERC Equipment Rental, for use in maintenance activities at the Hacienda, Nevin Plaza and Nystrom Village developments in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for fiscal year 2017-18. Adopted: March 6, 2018
2056 2056
ADOPT a resolution awarding a lease to Ricoh Inc., and authorizing final payment to Rabbit Copier, Inc., and transition leases for office copiers from Rabbit Copier, Inc. to Ricoh Inc., amount not to exceed $17,000. Adopted: February 20, 2018
2055 2055
ADOPT a resolution awarding a contract to Staffmark Holdings, Inc. for temporary staffing to provide skilled labor for short-term vacancies at the Richmond Housing Authority pending a final decision about the viability of maintaining a local public housing authority. Adopted: February 20, 2018
2054 2054
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa (HACCC) to administer four project-based voucher units in the Richmond Housing Authority's jurisdiction, and authorizing execution of the memorandum of understanding so ordering, as requested by HACCC. Adopted: December 19, 2017
2053 2053
ADOPT a resolution (a) approving the Richmond Housing Authority Annual Plan for Fiscal Year 2017-18; and (b) authorizing its submission to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: December 19, 2017
2052 2052
ADOPT a resolution allocating 150 Project-Based Section 8 Vouchers to the Hacienda development in connection with the rehabilitation of the property. Adopted: December 19, 2017
2051 2051
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority to revise the Public Housing Rent Schedule effective December 1, 2017. Adopted: December 19, 2017
2050 2050
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager or his designee to execute an Option to Lease Agreement with Mercy Housing California and the Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond for the Hacienda Development Project. Adopted: December 5, 2017
2049 2049
ADOPT a resolution increasing the expenditure authority for legal services under the current agreement with Reno & Cavanaugh, PLLC by $50,000 for a total contract payment limit of $60,000. Adopted: November 28, 2017
2048 2048
ADOPT a resolution awarding one-year contracts to Bay Hawk Plumbing in the amount of $150,000; B&B Professional Locksmith Services in the amount of $50,000; Kelly Pest Control in the amount of $ 20,000; BDO Financial Management Services in the amount of $125,000; Direct Line Answering Service in the amount of $ 20,000; HR Management in the amount of $50,000; Accountemps in the amount of $75,000; and increasing the contract authority by $50,000 for A Step Above. Adopted: October 17, 2017
2047 2047
ADOPT a resolution awarding Project Based Vouchers to the following developments: 162 to Twenty-One and Twenty-Three Nevin; 79 to Miraflores; and 50 to Monterey Pines. Adopted: October 17, 2017
2046 2046
ADOPT a resolution increasing the payment standard to 100% of the Fair Market Rent (FMR) for the Section 8 Tenant-Base, and Project-Based Voucher Programs. Adopted: October 17, 2017
2045 2045
ADOPT a resolution approving the Third Amended and Restated Bylaws of the RHA Housing Corporation (3rd A/R Bylaws), which clarify how Directors are removed, and which establish the City Manager, City Finance Director and City Planning and Building Services Department Director as Directors and Officers of the RHA Housing Corporation. Adopted: October 17, 2017
2043 2043
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a one-year contract, with two, one-year renewal options, with Allied Universal Security Services to provide services at the Hacienda and Nevin Plaza Apartments for a cost not to exceed $903,344. Adopted: October 3, 2017
2044 2044
ADOPT a resolution removing outgoing City of Richmond Housing Authority Finance Manager Anthony Taplin and adding the Accounting Manager, Stacie Plummer, as authorizing signatory on Mechanics Bank depository and checking accounts. Adopted: October 3, 2017
2042 2042
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager and/or his designee to execute an Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement and a Predevelopment Cost Sharing Agreement with Mercy Housing California and the Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) (the "Development Team"), to March 31, 2019, for the Hacienda Development Project, with agreements subject to approval as to final form by the City Attorney. Adopted: September 26, 2017
2041 2041
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Advanced Crime Scene Restoration for clean-up and debris removal at the Hacienda development in an amount not to exceed $38,000 and for a term ending October 1, 2018. Adopted: September 26, 2017
2040 2040
ADOPT a resolution affirming the award of project-based Section 8 housing vouchers to Richmond Village (68 vouchers); Trinity Plaza (65 vouchers), Carquinez Apartments (34 vouchers), Lillie Mae Jones Plaza (20 vouchers), and Richmond City Center Apartments (16 vouchers). Adopted: September 26, 2017
2039 2039
ADOPT a resolution establishing a formal policy for writing off delinquent and uncollectible accounts receivable and surplus inventory in accordance with federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines. Adopted: September 26, 2017
2038 2038
ADOPT a resolution: (1) appointing Elizamar Davis, Dejarnett Branch, Doris Manny-Semi, Jacqueline Greer, Tommy Perry, Jackie Thompson, and Connie Holman to the Resident Advisory Board (RAB) for the 2017 Annual Plan; (2) providing a stipend of $25 to each for attendance at the RAB meeting(s); and (3) authorizing staff to substitute the appointment of any resident unable to serve. Adopted: September 26, 2017
2033(a) 2033(a)
APPROVE a multi-year rental lease between the Employment and Training Department (as lessee) and Richmond Housing Authority (as lessor), as required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), effective April 1, 2017, and ending June 30, 2020, with two-three year options. The annual amount of the lease during the initial term will not exceed $128,100. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2032(a) 2032(a)
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority Executive Director to execute the Assessment of Fair Housing Cost Sharing Agreement, joining other agencies to complete an Assessment of Fair Housing report at a cost of $8,850. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2037 2037
ADOPT a resolution affirming (a) a policy governing allocation of payroll expense for employees assigned to the Richmond Housing Authority, and (b) a policy governing approval of City of Richmond charges against Richmond Housing Authority accounts. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2036 2036
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the purchase of the "RentCafé" system for the "Yardi" Software System at a cost of $18,000 to provide a Section 8 application and applicant internet portal. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2035 2035
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to submit the annual Section Eight Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) certification for Fiscal Year 2016-17 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) when completed, and no later than the August 29, 2017 deadline. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2034 2034
ADOPT a resolution increasing the Payment Standard to 105% of the Fair Market Rent (FMR) for the Section 8 Tenant-Based, and Project-Based Voucher Programs. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2033 2033
ADOPT a resolution (a) authorizing the appointment of up to seven participants from the Richmond Housing Authority's Section 8 and/or Public Housing Program to the Resident Advisory Board, and (b) authorizing a stipend of $25 for each member. Adopted: July 25, 2017
2032 2032
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Vacant Property Specialists (VPS) to secure the Hacienda, a 150-unit, high-rise owned by the Richmond Housing Authority, in an amount not to exceed $84,000 and for a term extending to June 30, 2018. Adopted: June 27, 2017
2031 2031
ADOPT a resolution approving new tables of utility allowances for use in the Section 8 Voucher and Public Housing Programs effective July 1, 2017. Adopted: June 27, 2017
2030 2030
ADOPT a resolution removing outgoing City of Richmond Housing Authority Executive Director Timothy Jones and adding the Acting Executive Director, City Manager William Lindsay, as authorizing signatory on Mechanics Bank Depository and Checking Accounts. Adopted: May 2, 2017
2029 2029
Approve a contract with Communications Service Company for fire alarm system testing, inspections and maintenance services for the Housing Authority's Nevin Plaza public housing development for an amount not to exceed $30,000 per year for a three-year term. Adopted: February 21, 2017
2028 2028
Approving the revisions to Chapter 8 of the Housing Authority's Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policies (ACOP) and Page 9 of the Authority's Procurement Standard Operating Procedures. Adopted: February 21, 2017
2027 2027
Authorizing the Housing Authority to revise the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Housing Payment Standards (HPS), consistent with the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) increased Fair Market Rent (FMR) rates for Contra Costa County effective 2017. Adopted: February 21, 2017
2026 2026
Approving a 2nd contract amendment with Net Electric for electrical maintenance services at Housing Authority Public Housing Developments, increasing the payment limit from $10,000 to $30,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2019. Adopted: December 20, 2016
2025 2025
Approving a contract amendment with A Step Above for elevator maintenance services, increasing the payment limit by $40,000 to a not to exceed amount of $50,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2019. Adopted: December 20, 2016
2024 2024
Approve a contract amendment with Bay Alarm Company for burglar and fire alarm monitoring services, increasing the payment limit by $10,000 to $30,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2019. (This item was reviewed and recommended for approval by the Housing Advisory Commission at its meeting of December 12, 2016.) Adopted: December 20, 2016
2021 2021
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority Executive Director to submit the 2016 Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: July 26, 2016
2023 2023
ADOPT A resolution authorizing the issuance and delivery of additional multifamily housing revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for the purpose of providing additional financing for Friendship Manor and Triangle Court. Adopted: July 26, 2016
2022 2022
ADOPT a resolution authorizing amendments to the financing documents for the Friendship Manor/Triangle Court Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) project in connection with the issuance of additional multifamily housing revenue bonds, and related activities. Adopted: July 26, 2016
2020 2020
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submission of the 2016 Annual and Five-Year PHA Plans as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - The public hearing was opened and closed at the June 7, 2016, Regular Richmond Housing Authority Meeting, and the item was continued to a future meeting following the Housing Advisory Commission's review of the item. Adopted: June 28, 2016
2019 2019
ADOPT a resolution approving the Housing Authority's FY2016-2017 operating budget with estimated revenues of $27,986,944 and total proposed expenditures of $27,973,440. Adopted: June 28, 2016
2018 2018
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority to revise the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Housing Payment Standards (HPS) to reflect the new Contra Costa County Fair Market Rents effective 2016. Adopted: March 15, 2016
2017 2017
ADOPT a resolution approving the Housing Authority of the City of Richmond post-issuance tax compliance procedures for tax-exempt bonds. Adopted: March 15, 2016
2016 2016
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with Direct Line after-hours telephone answering services for an amount not to exceed $20,000 per year with two optional one-year extensions. Adopted: February 16, 2016
2015 2015
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a service contract with All Service Plumbing Company Inc. for as-needed indoor plumbing services for the Housing Authority public housing units for an amount not to exceed $50,000 per year for one year with two optional one-year extensions. Adopted: February 16, 2016
2014 2014
ADOPT a resolution approving a second amendment to the agreement with Patel & Associates CPA for independent accounting services required to perform annual audits for the Housing Authority's various programs, increasing the original payment limit by $38,725 for a total amount of $150,000. Adopted: February 16, 2016
2013 2013
ADOPT a resolution approving the first amendment to the agreement with BDO PHA Finance for as-needed financial management consulting services for the Housing Authority's various low-income housing programs, increasing the original payment limit by $50,000 for a total annual amount not to exceed $425,000 for the three year contract ending June 30, 2017. Adopted: February 16, 2016
2012 2012
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with A-1 Protective Services to provide security services for the public housing senior developments, Nevin Plaza, Hacienda and Friendship Manor, for a three-year term with two optional one-year extensions, at a cost of $330,000 annually. The procurement process for this contract has been reviewed and approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: October 20, 2015
2011 2011
ADOPT a resolution authorizing grant-funded service contracts with four Project REAL IV Grant Program lead remediation service contractors (United Painting and Construction, J's Construction, Plant Hazardous Services, and Doherty Restoration) for amounts not to exceed $87,500 per firm for a one year term. Adopted: October 20, 2015
2010 2010
AUTHORIZE amendment and replacement of Resolution #1992 with updated resolution for the City of Richmond Housing Authority to issue and deliver updated multifamily housing revenue bonds documents in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $18,000,000 for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and development of Friendship Manor and Triangle Court and to execute and take any action necessary to issue the bonds. Adopted: July 28, 2015
2008 2008
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority Executive Director to submit the 2015 Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: July 28, 2015
2009 2009
AUTHORIZE amendment and replacement of Resolution #1991 with updated resolution for the Executive Director of the RHA to execute documents and complete all actions to support the RAD conversion, financing activity, ground lease /transfer of improvements, and RHA role as co guarantor for the Friendship Manor and Triangle Court developments. Adopted: July 28, 2015
2007 2007
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority to revise the Section 8 and Public Housing Program Utility Allowances to reflect the new rates for FY2015-2016. Adopted: July 28, 2015
2006 2006
ADOPT a resolution approving a three-year contract with Rubicon Landscape Services for as-needed landscape services at public housing properties in an amount not to exceed $150,000 per year for a total maximum contract amount of $450,000 for the three-year period. Adopted: July 28, 2015
2005 2005
ADOPT a resolution approving the Housing Authority's FY2015-2016 operating budget with proposed revenues and expenditures in the amount of $26,830,684. Adopted: July 7, 2015
2004 2004
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract with Cooper Hawkins to provide boiler maintenance services at the Housing Authority’s mid-rise public housing developments for $30,000 per year, for one year with two optional one-year extensions. Adopted: July 7, 2015
2003 2003
ADOPT a resolution approving a three-year contract renewal with Yardi Computer Systems, Inc. to provide the computer software required to administer the Low-Income Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Section 8 Programs in an amount not to exceed $55,000 per year. Adopted: July 7, 2015
2002 2002
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 2015 One-Year and Five-Year Agency Plan. Adopted: June 16, 2015
2001 2001
ADOPT a resolution approving the Hacienda Relocation Plan as required by State Relocation Law (Title 25 California Code of Regulations Section 6000 et seq). Adopted: June 16, 2015
2000 2000
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority to revise the Public Housing Flat Rent Schedule in response to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) increased Fair Market Rent rates, effective July 1, 2015. Adopted: May 19, 2015
1999 1999
ADOPT a resolution approving the purchase of 100 sets of SmartBurners, stove top temperature limiting heating elements, from Pioneering Technology at a cost of $189.73 per set, for a total amount not to exceed $20,000. The purpose of these heating elements is to reduce the risk of kitchen fires in the Nevin Plaza Public Housing Development. Adopted: May 19, 2015
1998 1998
ADOPT a resolution approving a Fixed Asset Inventory Policy for the Richmond Housing Authority. Adopted: May 5, 2015
1997 1997
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority to revise the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Housing Payment Standards (HPS) to reflect the new Contra Costa County Fair Market Rents effective 2015. Adopted: April 21, 2015
1996 1996
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing execution of the amended Public Housing Agency Recovery and Sustainability (PHARS) Agreement with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: April 21, 2015
1995 1995
ADOPT a resolution approving the Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Confirmatory Review Corrective Action Plan (CAP) with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: April 21, 2015
1994 1994
ADOPT a resolution approving contracts with Sterling Inspection Services and CMH Inspection Services to provide Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspection services. Adopted: January 20, 2015
1993 1993
ADOPT a resolution authorizing four service contracts to provide mold and asbestos remediation services for the various RHA low-income public housing developments: Plant Hazardous Services; Cal Inc.; Paul Davis; and A&J Quality Services. Adopted: January 20, 2015
1992 1992
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority (RHA) to issue and deliver multifamily housing revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $18,000,000 for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, and development of Friendship Manor and Triangle Court and to execute and take any action necessary to issue the bonds. Adopted: December 16, 2014
1991 1991
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the RHA to enter into and the Executive Director of the RHA to execute documents and complete all actions to support the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion and all financing and real estate activity, including a ground lease, sale of transfer of improvements, loans of sale proceeds, and RHA acting as co-guarantor for the Friendship Manor and Triangle Court Rehabilitation Project. Adopted: December 16, 2014
1990 1990
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a service contract with Asset Works in an amount not to exceed $40,000 to conduct a Housing Authority fixed asset inventory. Adopted: December 16, 2014
1989 1989
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with BDO PHA Finance for as-needed financial management consulting services for the Richmond Housing Authority's various low-income housing programs. Adopted: November 18, 2014
1988 1988
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with: (1) Edrington Schirmer & Murphy; (2) Law Office of Charles T. Ramsey; and (3) Judondi Bolden Attorney at Law for as-needed unlawful detainer legal services. Adopted: November 18, 2014
1987 1987
ADOPT a resolution certifying that the required resident consultation process for the Hacienda Inventory Removal
1986 1986
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a service contract with Bay Hawk Inc. Plumbing Service for as-needed outdoor plumbing services. Adopted: October 21, 2014
1985 1985
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contract with Kelly Pest Control for as-needed pest control services for the Housing Authority's various public housing sites. Adopted: October 7, 2014
1984 1984
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a sole-source purchase order with Extended Stay America Hotel for as-needed temporary lodging services. Adopted: October 7, 2014
1983 1983
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with B&B Professional Locksmith and Alpha Lock and Key for as-needed locksmith services. Adopted: October 7, 2014
1982 1982
ADOPT a resolution approving contracts with Apple One Solutions, HR Management, Inc., and TRCCS Temporary Services for as-needed temporary staffing services. Adopted: October 7, 2014
1981 1981
ADOPT a resolution approving service contracts with Alpha Design and Construction, A. Brown Plumbing, and Showtime Construction Inc. for as-needed maintenance services. Adopted: October 7, 2014
1980 1980
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 2014 One-Year and Five-Year Agency Plan. Adopted: September 16, 2014
1979 1979
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority to revise the Section 8 and Public Housing Program Utility Allowances to reflect the new rates for Fiscal Year 2014-2015. Adopted: June 17, 2014
1978 1978
ADOPT a resolution approving the Housing Authority's Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Operating Budget in the amount of $27,080,599 proposed revenues, with total proposed expenditures of $26,594,499. Adopted: June 17, 2014
1977 1977
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority Executive Director to execute a contract with Autotemp for relocation consulting services for the Hacienda Public Housing development. Adopted: June 17, 2014
1976 1976
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority Executive Director to execute a two-year contract, with three one-year options to extend, with Overland, Pacific & Cutler Inc. (OPC) to provide relocation consulting services in an amount not to exceed $575,605, in connection with the Authority's Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (
1975 1975
ADOPT a resolution reauthorizing the Authority's Executive Director to submit an Inventory Removal Application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Hacienda Public Housing Development and authorizing the Executive Director to initiate the relocation process. Adopted: April 1, 2014
1972b 1972b
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a two year contract with up to three one year options to extend with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP for legal Bond Counsel services. Adopted: December 3, 2013
1972a 1972a
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a two year contract with up to three one year options to extend with CSG Advisors for financial consulting services. Adopted: December 3, 2013
1974 1974
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute the Amended and Restated Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement and the Amended and Restated Predevelopment Cost Sharing Agreement with the Related Companies of California, LLC and Community Housing Development Corporation to complete additional planning and negotiations related to the Nystrom Village Public Housing Site. Adopted: December 3, 2013
1973 1973
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to revise the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Housing Payment Standards in response to the revised Contra Costa County Fair Market Rent rates effective October 2013. Adopted: December 3, 2013
1972 1972
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a two year contract with up to three one year options to extend with Goldfarb and Lipman for legal consulting services for an amount not to exceed $575,000 to support the Authority’s Realestate Development Efforts. Adopted: December 3, 2013
1971 1971
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Patel & Associates to perform annual audits for fiscal years ending June 30, 2013, 2014 and 2015 and a separated audit for the Westridge at Hilltop apartments for fiscal year ending June 30 2013 for an amount not to exceed $111,275. Adopted: October 15, 2013
1969 1969
ADOPT a resolution setting forth the Authority’s official intent to issue revenue bonds. Adopted: June 18, 2013
1968 1968
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to use the RHA Housing Corporation non-profit affiliate as the Managing General Partner to facilitate the Tax Exempt Bond/Low Income Housing Tax Credit financing to rehabilitate Friendship Manor, Triangle Court, and Nevin Plaza Public Housing sites and to transfer an amount not to exceed Six Hundred Fifty thousand dollars ($650,000.00) from Housing Authority resources to the RHA Housing Corporation for predevelopment financing. Adopted: June 18, 2013
1967 1967
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to submit the 2013 One Year and Five Year Agency Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: May 28, 2013
1966 1966
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a memorandum of understanding with RHA Properties to outline the terms regarding the use of proceeds of the sale of Westridge at Hilltop Apartments. Adopted: April 16, 2013
1965 1965
ADOPT a resolution the executive director to submit compliance verification with Sections G001B, G001C, F001A, F002A, and F004A of the Public Housing Agency Recovery and Sustainability (PHARS) 2013 Agreement to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: March 26, 2013
1964 1964
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing executive director to execute the Public Housing Agency Recovery and Sustainability (PHARS) 2013 Recovery Plan with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: February 5, 2013
1963 1963
ADOPT a resolution approving the Section 8 Management Assessment Program Certification and authorizing its submittal to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Section 8 Program. Adopted: July 24, 2012
1962 1962
ADOPT a resolution accepting the Operating Budget for FY2012/2013. Adopted: June 26, 2012
1961 1961
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to submit the 2012 One Year and Five Year Agency Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: May 15, 2012
1960 1960
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute the first amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement and Predevelopment Cost Sharing Agreement with the related companies of California, LLC/Mercy Housing California /Community Housing Development Corporation to extend the negotiating period to September 30, 2013 to complete additional planning and negotiation strategies related to the development of the Nystrom Village and Hacienda Public Housing Sites (Nystrom Village Neighborhood Revitalization Project). Adopted: April 24, 2012
1959 1959
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to incorporate the proposed revisions to the Admissions and Continuing Occupancy Policies. Adopted: February 7, 2012
1958 1958
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to procure services required to install a temporary modular unit at 319 25th Street to be used by Lifelong Medical, a federally qualified health center to provide healthcare services to underserved low-income residents with an emphasis on the residents of public housing. Adopted: January 24, 2012
1957 1957
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority Executive Director to submit the 2011 Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: October 4, 2011
1956 1956
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority Executive Director to submit the 2011 Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: October 4, 2011
1955 1955
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute an option to lease agreement with Mercy Housing Inc. to complete financing and rehabilitation efforts of the Hacienda Public Housing sites as part of the Nystrom Village Neighborhood revitalization project. Adopted: July 26, 2011
1954 1954
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to submit an Inventory Removal Application to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) for Hacienda and Nystrom Village Public Housing sites as part of the Nystrom Village Neighborhood revitalization project. Adopted: July 26, 2011
1951 1951
ADOPT a resolution approving the Richmond Housing Authority's Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 21, 2011
1953 1953
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority staff to revise the Section 8 and Public Housing Program Utility Allowances to reflect the new rates for Fiscal Year 2011-2012. Adopted: June 21, 2011
1952 1952
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with BBJ Electric to provide a fire alarm system and standpipe upgrade for the Nevin Plaza Senior Public Housing Development. Adopted: June 21, 2011
1950 1950
ADOPT a resolution approving submission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s required One-Year and Five-Year 2011 Agency Plan. Adopted: April 12, 2011
1949 1949
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority executive director to submit the 2010 Public Housing Assessment System Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: April 12, 2011
1948 1948
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Cypress Private Security to provide senior public housing security services. Adopted: March 29, 2011
1947 1947
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with New Image Landscape to provide public housing landscape services. Adopted: February 15, 2011
1946 1946
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Precision Inspections to provide housing quality standards (HQS) inspection services. Adopted: February 15, 2011
1945 1945
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Final Cut Construction to provide public housing maintenance services. Adopted: February 15, 2011
1944 1944
ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of a Memorandum Of Understanding regarding a cooperative strategy for revitalization of North Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
1943 1943
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Eagle Roofing, the successful bidder, to provide re-roofing services at the Triangle Court public housing development at a cost not to exceed $246,100. Adopted: July 27, 2010
1942 1942
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute an Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement (
1941 1941
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Richmond Housing Authority executive director to submit the 2010 Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: July 20, 2010
1940 1940
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority executive director to submit the 2009 Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: July 20, 2010
1939 1939
ADOPT a resolution approving the Richmond Housing Authority's Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 15, 2010
1938 1938
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to revise the Section 8 and Public Housing Program Utility Allowances to reflect the new rates for FY2010/2011. Adopted: May 18, 2010
1937 1937
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development required 2010 One-Year and Five-Year 2010 Agency Plan. Adopted: May 18, 2010
1936 1936
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with F. P. Construction to provide public housing maintenance services. Adopted: April 20, 2010
1935 1935
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority executive director to execute a contract with Mino's Painting, the successful bidder, to provide exterior painting services at the Triangle Court Public Housing Development. Adopted: March 16, 2010
1934 1934
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority's executive director to execute a contract with SGI Construction Management to provide construction management services for projects at public housing developments. Adopted: March 16, 2010
1933a 1933a
ADOPT amendments to the Annual and Five Year Agency Capital Fund Plans as required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and adopt a resolution authorizing the Executive Director of the Housing Authority to execute a Capital Fund Program Amendment to the Consolidated Annual Contributions Contract (Grant Number CA39S01050109) in the amount of $1,446,269. Adopted: March 2, 2010
1933 1933
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Housing Authority Executive Director to submit the 2009 Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: November 3, 2009
1932a 1932a
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a $150,000 contract for a one-year term and three optional one-year extensions with the Brookside Community Health Center in support of the Richmond's Effort to Abate Lead program. Adopted: July 28, 2009
1932 1932
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute a purchase agreement with Em Johnson Interest for the acquisition of real property at 2952 Chavez Lane. Adopted: July 7, 2009
1931 1931
ADOPT a resolution approving the Housing Authority's fiscal year 2009/2010 budget - Richmond Housing Authority. Adopted: June 16, 2009
1930b 1930b
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to initiate negotiations for implementation of the Nystrom Village Revitalization Project with the development team of Related of California, Mercy Housing, and the Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDC) of North Richmond. Adopted: May 19, 2009
1930a 1930a
ADOPT a resolution approving submission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development required 2009 One-Year and Five-Year Agency Plan. Adopted: May 19, 2009
1930 1930
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute a Purchase Agreement with Paul Chambers, Paul Brisco, and Gerald Robinson for the acquisition of property located at 319 25th Street in Richmond. Adopted: February 17, 2009
1929 1929
ADOPT a resolution approving a $3 million Lead Hazard Control Grant contract with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and authorizing the Executive Director to execute and administer this and subsequent contracts relevant to the successful implementation and delivery of this grant-funded program; and directing staff to adjust the Housing Authority budget to reflect this additional program revenue and expenditures. Adopted: February 3, 2009
1928 1928
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract with DP Security LLC to provide security services for the Nevin Plaza and Hacienda senior public. Adopted: January 13, 2009
1908 1908
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to submit the 2006 Agency Plan to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: June 27, 2006
1899 1899
ADOPT a resolution approving the operating budget of the Housing Authority of the City of Richmond for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2005 and ending June 30, 2006, for the Conventional Public Housing Projects and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. Adopted: June 28, 2005
1898 1898
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to submit the 2004 Agency Plan to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: May 17, 2005
1843 1843
ADOPT a resolution approving the operating budget of the Housing Authority of the City of Richmond for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002 for the Conventional Public Housing Projects and Section 8 Certificate/Voucher Programs. Adopted: June 27, 2000