The Lake Wales Policy of Housing‏

Title XII
MUNICIPALITIES Chapter 166
MUNICIPALITIES

1166.041 Procedures for adoption of ordinances and resolutions

2(c) Ordinances initiated by other than the municipality that change the actual zoning map designation of a parcel or parcels of land shall be enacted pursuant to paragraph.

Chapter 67 “Affordable Housing”
Orlando City Ordinance that needs to be seen as the potential that it is when the consideration of the low-income and homeless are considered. It seems that federal money can be placed into a trust fund appointed to the direction of allowing housing for those that are not able to afford a house or apartment on there own influence of income.

I’m resolving that if not the city of Lake Wales then Polk County should come to the attention of this consideration. There are to many options out there that have a federal influence that will allow money to be brought into the city for this purpose when the housing consideration is expected for those that have not the means of making it on their own.

The following is just the Title and the different sections of the City of Orlando’s Affordable Housing ordinance that allows the low-income to become home owners or residents that have not to worry about the income consideration of being housed while living in the city of Orlando.

Chapter 67 AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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*Editor’s note: Ord. of 2-22-1993, Doc. #26393, amended the Code by adopting a new ch. 67, “Affordable Housing.”

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Part 1. Introduction
Sec. 67.100. Relationship to the Growth Management Plan.
Sec. 67.101. Purpose of Affordable Housing Chapter.
Sec. 67.102. When this Chapter Applies.
Sec. 67.103. Definitions.
Secs. 67.104–67.199. Reserved.
Part 2. Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund
Sec. 67.200. Establishment of Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund.
Sec. 67.201. Investment of Trust Fund Assets.
Sec. 67.202. Expenditures from the Fund.
Sec. 67.203. Fund Accounting.
Secs. 67.204–67.299. Reserved.
Part 3. Local Housing Assistance Program
Sec. 67.300. Establishment of the City of Orlando Housing Assistance Program.
Sec. 67.301. Purpose.
Sec. 67.302. Use of Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund.
Sec. 67.303. Implementation of Local Housing Assistance Program.
Sec. 67.304. Administrative Responsibilities and Costs.
Secs. 67.305–67.399. Reserved.
Part 4. Affordable Housing Advisory Committee
Sec. 67.400. Establishment of Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.
Sec. 67.401. Committee Membership and Officers.
Sec. 67.402. Committee Procedures.
Sec. 67.403. General Functions, Powers and Duties.
Sec. 67.404. Committee Reports.
Sec. 67.405. Affordable Housing Incentive Plan.
Secs. 67.406–67.499. Reserved.
Part 5. Annual Status Report to The State of Florida
Sec. 67.500. Annual Status Report.
Sec. 67.501. Public Availability of Report.
Secs. 67.502–67.599. Reserved.
Part 6. Alternative Development Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing Projects
Sec. 67.600. Purpose of Alternative Development Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing.
Sec. 67.601. Prerequisites to Utilization of Alternative Housing Development Standards.
Sec. 67.602. Procedural Requirements.
Sec. 67.603. Specific Residential Developments.
Sec. 67.604. Development Site Standards and Principal Building Setbacks.
Sec. 67.605. Landscaping.
Sec. 67.606. Alternative Housing Transportation Standards.
Sec. 67.607. Performance Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing.
Sec. 67.608. Residential District Standards.

As viewed, there are all the aspects that will allow the maintainable and dependency of this program to remain operable and a stability structured program for the purpose of allowing those that may not be able to afford housing on their own income or even-so just helping to keep what they have.

The following is a bill just passed by congress (as a national effort) to help the maintainance of programs like this for cities that have the local authority to allow affordable housing to be kept as an effort to allow those that are having trouble with low-income to maintain affordable management of housing.

Representative Barney Frank (D-MA), chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, introduced the National Affordable Housing Trust Fund Act of 2007 (H.R. 2895). The bill establishes a National Housing Trust Fund reserving funds for the production, rehabilitation and preservation of 1.5 million affordable housing units for low and very-low income people, stipulating that at least 75% of funds provided go to extremely low-income households (earning below 30% of median income).

The bill, introduced with strong bipartisan support, was released with Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity and Jim Ramstad (R-MN), and other members of Congress. The National Affordable Housing Trust Fund will be financed by the proposed legislation H.R. 1427, the GSE Affordable Housing Fund, savings from the Federal Housing Administration resulting from the enactment of H.R. 1852, the Expanding American Homeownership Act, and any additional sources of funding to be designated to the Trust Fund.

The only way to get federal money towards the support of housing those in need as well as the maintainance is to make a law excepting this sort of support of state and federal programs when monetary status is a concern.Title XII
MUNICIPALITIES Chapter 166
MUNICIPALITIES

1166.041 Procedures for adoption of ordinances and resolutions

2(c) Ordinances initiated by other than the municipality that change the actual zoning map designation of a parcel or parcels of land shall be enacted pursuant to paragraph.

Chapter 67 “Affordable Housing”
Orlando City Ordinance that needs to be seen as the potential that it is when the consideration of the low-income and homeless are considered. It seems that federal money can be placed into a trust fund appointed to the direction of allowing housing for those that are not able to afford a house or apartment on there own influence of income.

I’m resolving that if not the city of Lake Wales then Polk County should come to the attention of this consideration. There are to many options oout there that have a federal influence that will allow money to be brought into the city for this purpose whne the houding consideration is expected for those that have not the means of making it on their own.

The following is just the Title and the different sections of the City of Orlando’s Affordable Housing ordinance that allows the low-income to become home owners or residents that have not to worry about the income consideration of being housed while living in the city of Orlando.

Chapter 67 AFFORDABLE HOUSING

__________
*Editor’s note: Ord. of 2-22-1993, Doc. #26393, amended the Code by adopting a new ch. 67, “Affordable Housing.”

__________
Part 1. Introduction
Sec. 67.100. Relationship to the Growth Management Plan.
Sec. 67.101. Purpose of Affordable Housing Chapter.
Sec. 67.102. When this Chapter Applies.
Sec. 67.103. Definitions.
Secs. 67.104–67.199. Reserved.
Part 2. Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund
Sec. 67.200. Establishment of Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund.
Sec. 67.201. Investment of Trust Fund Assets.
Sec. 67.202. Expenditures from the Fund.
Sec. 67.203. Fund Accounting.
Secs. 67.204–67.299. Reserved.
Part 3. Local Housing Assistance Program
Sec. 67.300. Establishment of the City of Orlando Housing Assistance Program.
Sec. 67.301. Purpose.
Sec. 67.302. Use of Local Housing Assistance Trust Fund.
Sec. 67.303. Implementation of Local Housing Assistance Program.
Sec. 67.304. Administrative Responsibilities and Costs.
Secs. 67.305–67.399. Reserved.
Part 4. Affordable Housing Advisory Committee
Sec. 67.400. Establishment of Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.
Sec. 67.401. Committee Membership and Officers.
Sec. 67.402. Committee Procedures.
Sec. 67.403. General Functions, Powers and Duties.
Sec. 67.404. Committee Reports.
Sec. 67.405. Affordable Housing Incentive Plan.
Secs. 67.406–67.499. Reserved.
Part 5. Annual Status Report to The State of Florida
Sec. 67.500. Annual Status Report.
Sec. 67.501. Public Availability of Report.
Secs. 67.502–67.599. Reserved.
Part 6. Alternative Development Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing Projects
Sec. 67.600. Purpose of Alternative Development Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing.
Sec. 67.601. Prerequisites to Utilization of Alternative Housing Development Standards.
Sec. 67.602. Procedural Requirements.
Sec. 67.603. Specific Residential Developments.
Sec. 67.604. Development Site Standards and Principal Building Setbacks.
Sec. 67.605. Landscaping.
Sec. 67.606. Alternative Housing Transportation Standards.
Sec. 67.607. Performance Standards for Low and Very Low Income Housing.
Sec. 67.608. Residential District Standards.

As viewed, there are all the aspcets that will allow the maintainance and dependancy of this program to remain operable and a stabily structured program for the purpose of allowing those that may not be able to afford housing on their own income or even-so just helping to keep what they have.

The following is a bill just passed by congress (as a national effort) to help the maintainance of programs like this for cities that have the local authority to allow affordable housing to be kept as an effort to allow those that are having trouble with low-income to maintain affordable management of housing.

Representative Barney Frank (D-MA), chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, introduced the National Affordable Housing Trust Fund Act of 2007 (H.R. 2895). The bill establishes a National Housing Trust Fund reserving funds for the production, rehabilitation and preservation of 1.5 million affordable housing units for low and very-low income people, stipulating that at least 75% of funds provided go to extremely low-income households (earning below 30% of median income).

The bill, introduced with strong bipartisan support, was released with Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity and Jim Ramstad (R-MN), and other members of Congress. The National Affordable Housing Trust Fund will be financed by the proposed legislation H.R. 1427, the GSE Affordable Housing Fund, savings from the Federal Housing Administration resulting from the enactment of H.R. 1852, the Expanding American Homeownership Act, and any additional sources of funding to be designated to the Trust Fund.

The only way to get federal money towards the support of housing those in need as well as the maintainance is to make a law excepting this sort of support of state and federal programs when monetary status is a concern.

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