Housing in Gainesville: a background primer for formulating housing policy and programs--1973

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Title:
Housing in Gainesville: a background primer for formulating housing policy and programs--1973
Physical Description:
v, 25 l. : illus. ; 29 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Gainesville (Fla.) -- Dept. of Community Development
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Available from the National Technological Information Service, Springfield, Va.
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Gainesville;
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Subjects / Keywords:
Housing -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Housing surveys -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Social indicators -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Genre:
local government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 029084176
oclc - 02223502
lccn - 74192123
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lcc - HD7304.G34 G34 1973
ddc - 301.5/4/0975979
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AA00024956:00001

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Repen Date'
A. Forinulveti* Hkming September, 1973
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a. Perfeming Organization -Rep. Iopmnt, Planning Division "O'GF DCD 7303
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Upilts of the Followins Studies: (1101 00ftedhativ& An*4 i 'al the Howing Stock;*' 4j (2) wAnalysis of Environn*nW wid Smial lndic*Ws;" and

sod Ity Of V"Its for the City Of Gainesvi I le wom analyzed to better del inqwRawnpi WiR.1s) wiA poor Wmtwat quoUty. QWIty 0#040%x, *WA stati StIC4901 y wmdyzod f*-&qPkt m** sociol-oysicol &coy prc"ews...
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Arom in rwW of smial-ph)mUml %Wxmfinq. Future houmhold MVION, Do WOO AWN1 Aw*~ of" cuavm+ mw Onticipaw "04WIy in ro"flw to bash vWy *rW &mand of.housing uMft.



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Oi4ftl Omwend for How;mg and Mwimt Supply g, P.*.* 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 a

W#vWWthvv EmOayment Participation mid Total %pulafton for U4ft Aiia 10

Ulsiodinq PqpWation in- GnxV Quarten 70

611imake A"tagwltoua*Wd Size

EW#w*hV Household Fanmation 11
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TeW Number of Dwelling Units Uwler BuildIM Permit .......... 12
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IV* Puxomtlon Districts Showins the Lowest Ho ;c$ 19

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A $UMMARY DESCRIPTION OF THE CONDITION Mlft UOUM MG STOCK OF GA4W3VILU,

e ifiecme"Yotouphysical housing c&Wkiob does not in itself create AArVvWYsft 4 the homing stock bwed ihe on recorcls of the,
000W 1XViOM (Ad ph is cborqed with enforcement of the Hous;M Code) re sealed
OW04 Vw cett *140 housibG was standaWo I I per :tMt 6d minor or sl i ht &fectsf
ft*p) per cent rom*pd rainor repairs, thrt* (3) per debt was in hised: of major repairs,
wmbmty 0.2 per t*W of the homing was dilapidafimL AUsed an twit -analyets, less
Ooft five (5) per cent of all existing housing units would be considered substandard.

P ok -OW city wos x4ftd an waleof I to 5. On sca
W1q-W'tCQ owieusly'&filcient to wanvr* nM=r,# and W**W,4sv* 4**Aft, e*hwaive repairs to ffast minintum Rvabte stwidordsv
*00.42' 4wft V004,4MW (4) and 631 *ft oveft a two (2) out of 20,492 units


0006"is (anon) phyaleal addition of dwelling units in the city is 4e8p'based on: re"aied "hM i1whidual COMA oom t pkbvO 41rocts
IdW1111004"4ow aim o"we, veteAve to tWs 4mmage, fiwthis revemitthe
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okowfiftso wMaso *WSW WoKowbormtknfausIelowthe city 'jARmay4rimAude, tructs'll, 6,, 7and 2., For all Ancft to be *am W terms of phys
W W 0'' kAj4j X% 10 wW* (i*,4kder) fall within the
Avw of,4.9 to 4.9o The rentainins hwts- 17,r 16f 11 and 9,, by ranked
00 W 04at of 5.

0 dw scam **re also examined by enumeration
ip., Uxteen of the cl s 41 E. D.1s vxwyed hod an average housvkkh f
below t1w city mom of 4.8. -by isolating these E. D.'s, wto^wWWworti""cif-tquolttyothemsin!g therein. Inusingthis
**4W#t omo, om a*ftmdaedl t6* we in the m=t need of a physical upgrading-0
akiw"a -Of** "0041 "wow of "414in" for each rating was calculated for
-Wr-op 4Wtkt. The was f woach mit were then arranged from
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1 1.4. D.) t4q. I (E.D.) No. 2 (E. D.) No. 5
ITS 2.7 1657 25.Z IZ49 11.7
kit jW 2.1 1444 16.6 1657 21.6
1.7 16U 15.6 164 22.7
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1657 .7 1,660 35.3

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T SUPPLY
,roAINESVILLE URBAN AREA

ft* Juming needs of Giparticular jocal 'ity,
b Wofinaian reg"ng the exisfi ng. qucntity and :; ,of the lwcdi in queaim,

wo" &ow4 for fwt**VAn the Opokosville UrhanAmamimi:seriPA*4aWc mf rol iab4e and 4*0 refative to'Veg"CY:
limits, oxaM Awmbm of 4emoltfiidlms of. Imusing. City limits" awailawility and S"uctural cpmlity of Vacant units

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MA 10 lo ga6dWkwo ubkth maym may so owtaiolize as "projected.

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PARTfCIPATfOR RATE !7
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39j6" 37.e 104,7"
Alt& ... ..... .. 121,416

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PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL COUNTY POPULATION

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At group quwters residents in Alae6m County also existed
w;lio UrbamAma* it did not seem un00 "-UTWb of d be inEreased by 162 person
of pait kwnmm) in 1975, eq)eciolly with womw wqoqr jlJtJ". in the as _"I I as the camftmti
Lwak" Ikw ppq" I;omkkm# to be o4okwily kmm TIOS VXXAd brhv P 40 Or','tw I 10 tPRO -Wag !a Ww* qwrtep -in 1975.
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WA01001444% io wi ft tho Popul at
of occts*j ha4skV units. A projection of average household '=' to p, ra -oldpy dototWne the fuhme house formation. A projected:
ippmwe phe of hoi*.

03P Aw 40ty.4* howd an Vast himdt md em"

m7w-A-71-1001" SiZIS to danowille Urbw Ama has declined in the post is on,
*Ak Rot 4bmr as will the declir
XNWI 4ftwoo a plowful hamatV $WOY. Multiple fwnily WW
4 1 fit 10000" 490dik *% I w"Ifty, as 4WAS to tow famay sims bem of their Samllor sizes ia
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P"4400on in HotphV Unj V,723
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Mwage Population Per 2.92

O*t2Vl-?#A6 IIV*q00W Noodw ef OcW*#sd 30,042
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