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This data set shows the location of Baltimore City's Tansitional and Emergency "Homeless" Shelter Facilities. However, this is not a complete list. It is the most recent update (2008), and is subjected to change. The purpose of this data set is to aid Baltimore City organizations to best identify facilities to aid the homeless population. The data is broken down into two categories: Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing. Please find the two definitions below. The first is simply “shelter” and the second is a more involved program that is typically a longer stay. Emergency Shelter: Any facility with overnight sleeping accommodations, the primary purpose of which is to provide temporary shelter for the homeless in general or for specific populations of homeless persons. The length of stay can range from one night up to as much as six months. Transitional Housing: a project that is designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to homeless persons to facilitate movement to independent living within 24 months. These data set was provided by Greg Sileo, Director of the Mayor's Office of Baltimore Homeless Services.
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Trade Names and Addresses of facilities, within the City of New Orleans, offering short term rental. Facilities include Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts and Rooming & Boarding Houses. Update: Quarterly
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City of New Orleans commercial and residential addresses. ESRI shapefile format, GIS software required for viewing geometry (http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/arcreader/). Tabular data (DBF), included as part of the shapefile, are viewable in Excel. Scheduled update: weekly
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Baltimore City Street Outreach Information
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The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is required by law to set income limits that determine the eligibility of applicants for HUD's assisted housing programs. The major active assisted housing programs are the Public Housing program, the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program, Section 202 housing for the elderly program, and Section 811 housing for persons with disabilities program. FY2014.
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Libraries, Police Stations and Fire Stations in and surrounding the City of South Bend.
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Last Ten Fiscal Years (1) FY 2009 figures are based on actual and estimates; FY2011 figures are based on departmental reports. (2) FY 2010 figures are based on estimates. Data are performance metrics narrowed down to the City's core functions, namely, Public Safety, Community Environment, Transportation, Culture, Education and Recreation, Socio-Economic Development and Support Services. (3) Beginning in FY 2005, this category was broken into: "Consumer Protection-cases reviewed" and "Consumer Protection-consumer complaints". (4) The 3-1-1 Call Center Operations, which provides assistance on routine and non-emergency City services, began operations in November 2002. (5) The revenue enhancement unit investigations data include the number of tax discovery cases resulting from the implementation of the new LATAX program. (6) The Citywide system of neighborhood councils was adopted on May 25, 2001. No data available for FY 2008, 2009 and 2010. (7) This category was formerly "Animals Rescued". (8) The City offers free graffiti removal services through its Operation Clean Sweep Program. (9) In FY 2006, the Dept of Transportation changed "Signs Replaced" to "Signs Maintained/Replaced" for better description of reporting. (10) Figures were updated and restated in miles. -- Data not available or no longer reported Sources: Except for the business-type activities data, of which were provided by the departments, all departmental workload indicators and performance metrics are from the Detail of Department Programs which is a supplemental budget document.
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School Based Programs FY13 Adopted And FY14 Proposed Budgets
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The ordinance, which went into effect October 15, 2013, addresses issues with repeat problem calls from local properties. These calls consist of a combination of: verified complaints, ordinance violations, letters issued by the Police Department, Code Enforcement Department, or the Law Department.
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Multifamily Tax Subsidy Projects (MTSP) Income Limits were developed to meet the requirements established by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-289) that allows 2007 and 2008 projects to increase over time. The MTSP income Limits are used to determine qualification levels as well as set maximum rental rates for projects funded with tax credits authorized under section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) and projects financed with tax exempt housing bonds issued to provide qualified residential rental development under section 142 of the Code.