MISSOURI HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

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Sustainable Housing, Special Needs
Housing and Disaster Response


Presented By


Bill Ulm

Director of Rental Production


Heather Bradley
-
Geary

Community Initiatives Manager

Agenda

I.
Missouri Housing Development Commission
(MHDC) overview

II.
Sustainable Housing

III.
Special Needs Housing

IV.
Joplin Disaster Response

V.
Questions


I. MHDC Overview

Mission

Missouri Housing Development
Commission is dedicated to
strengthening communities and the lives
of Missourians through the financing,
development and preservation of
affordable housing.




WHO WE ARE


MHDC is committed to strengthening communities through
the financing, development and preservation of affordable
housing.



The commission administers the federal and Missouri Low
Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) programs, federal
HOME funds, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) Project Based Section 8 rental assistance
contracts, the direct MHDC funding of several housing
assistance programs, the Affordable Housing Assistance
Program Tax Credit and the Missouri Housing Trust Fund to
help prevent homelessness and to provide emergency housing
assistance for very low
-
income Missourians.



Qualified Allocation Process


DRAFT approval


Public Hearings


Commission approval

II. Sustainable Housing

What is Sustainable Housing?



More than energy efficiency and reduced energy
costs


Method used to build properties that put less
stress on our environmental resources while
making the housing healthier and more
economical for both renters and owners


Missouri Requirements for
Sustainable Housing



Beginning in 2011, MHDC required new rental
housing developments be built to one of three
green building rating systems:



1. NAHB



2. Enterprise Green Communities



3. LEED


Items addressed by the green
building rating systems



Energy Efficiency


Better indoor air quality for residents


Water conservation


Sending less construction waste to landfills


Protecting environmentally sensitive areas such as
streams and rivers that are part of our water supply


Transportation options for residents


Reducing the frequency of storm water and sewer
systems becoming overloaded


Using recycled materials to reduce the rate landfills
fill up


How the Program Works



Rating systems for owners/developers to become
certified or build to a certification level without
getting a formal certificate


Projects becomes certified by attaining a certain
number of points from a predetermined scoring
system


6
-
8 broad categories of interest such as water
conservation, indoor environmental quality, and
energy efficiency.


Point levels required for certification here are the
NAHB levels. Bronze 222 points, Silver 406 points,
Gold 558 points, Emerald 697 points


NAHB building system


Lot Design, Preparation, and Development


Resource Efficiency


Energy Efficiency


Water Efficiency


Indoor Environmental Quality


Operation, Maintenance, and Building Owner
Education


What are the benefits of Green
Building?



Healthier indoor air quality


Increasing available landfill space


Less stress on our water and sewer systems


Less stress on our power grids


Transportation options


Protection of limited natural resources


What is the cost?



Increased architectural fees


Costs associated with additional insulation,
energy star appliances, high efficiency windows
and paint without VOC’s


Third party verification that the HVAC system is
performing to specifications


Purchasing materials with recycled content


Implementing a construction waste
management system


How is Missouri doing vs. other
states?


In 2008, Missouri received a “C” and was ranked
30
th



In 2009, Missouri received a “B
-
“ and was
ranked 24
th


In 2010, Missouri received a “B
-
“ and was
ranked 24
th


III. Special Needs Housing



Special Needs Housing


33% is a priority, outside of geographic regions


Integrated Housing vs. Permanent Supportive
Housing

Definition


Physical, mental, or emotional impairment,
which is expected to be of long
-
continued and
indefinite duration; substantially impedes his or
her ability to live independently


Person diagnosed with a mental illness


Person who has a developmental disability


Person who is homeless


Youth aging out of foster care

Attachments


Draft referral and support agreement with Lead
Referral Agency (LRA)


Description of LRA experience


Marketing Plan


Supportive Services Plan


Affordability Plan (rental assistance)


Detailed

Services Budget

LRA Role


Designate a point of contact


Process referrals


Update and maintain waiting list


Collaborate in arranging rental assistance


Provide support services


Participate in Continuum of Care


15
-
year compliance period


Development Owner Role


Agree that targeted units will not be segregated


Agree to provide reasonable accommodations


Ensure that the targeted units remain available
for the 15
-
year compliance period

Management Role


Notify LRA of available reserved units in a
timely manner


Collaborate with LRA, as the service provider


Use LRA as main point of contact


Notify LRA of any issues


Lease up
-
90 days


After lease up
-
30 days


Ideas


Are supportive services within proximity of the
community


No segregation


Community space


Roles of management/LRA


Rental Assistance


Shelter Plus Care


Supportive Housing Program


Rental Assistance Program


Project Based Section 8


Section 8 vouchers


Housing First


811 PRA Demo project


VASH


Missouri Housing Trust Fund


Emergency Solutions Grant

Service
-
Enriched Housing


“More than Housing”


Detailed supportive services plan


Detailed services budget


Letters of intent

Preferred Services


After school programming


Resident meetings


Financial literacy


Food pantries


Computer labs


Transportation


Nutrition classes


Health screenings


Exercise programs


IV. Joplin Disaster Response

Joplin Statistics…One Year Later


123 households have received
Consumer Credit
Counseling


54 households assisted with Mo
-
Aid


$
958,983 assisted
homeowners with rehab and
home
repair


$4,499,500
in Federal 9% Low Income Housing Tax
Credits


$4,289,500
in State 9% Low Income Housing Tax
Credits


$600,000
in HOME
Funds


$520,000
in MHDC
funds

Joplin Statistics…One Year Later


$1.6M
in Missouri Housing Trust Funds to meet
emergency housing
needs; have served
1912
households


P
rovided
direct case management to
364
households (Resource and Recovery office)


200 households in
THUs

(586 to begin)

Rental Production Update in Joplin


31 applications received in 2011


21 in City of Joplin


2 in Duquesne


4 in Webb City


2 in Carl Junction


2 in Neosho



Public
hearings and review
process



Rental Production Units in Joplin


8

applications
approved


Property Name


Location


#
of Units


Population
Served


Disaster
Zone


Delaware Duplexes


Joplin


20


Family



Yes


Canyon Trails


Webb
City


52


Family





Eagle
Ridge


Joplin


40


Family


Yes


Parkwood

Senior


Joplin


42


Seniors






Union City Homes


Joplin


38


Family



Yes


Forest
Park
Apts


Joplin


32


Family



Yes


Hampshire
Terrace


Joplin


84


Family



Yes


Hope Cottages


Joplin


32


Family


Yes



Total





340




Current Status in Joplin


Seven of eight properties under construction


Units coming on line in September 2012


All 340 units on line and available by June 30,
2013


V. Questions

Bill Ulm

Director of Rental Production

wulm@mhdc.com

(816) 759
-
6882




Heather Bradley
-
Geary


Community Initiatives Manager


hgeary@mhdc.com


(816) 759
-
7201