Housing and relocation study, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1969

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Title:
Housing and relocation study, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1969
Physical Description:
30 p. : maps ; 28 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Saint Petersburg (Fla.) -- City Council
Publisher:
s.n.
Place of Publication:
St. Petersburg, Fla
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Housing -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
Housing surveys -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
Genre:
local government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

Notes

Summary:
"The Housing and Relocation Study as a part of the Workable Program for Community Improvement is primarily concerned with the elimination of slum and blight within the City of St. Petersburg."--P. 1.
General Note:
"This plan was adopted by the City Council of St. Petersburg on September 18, 1969 by Resolution No. 69-592."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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aleph - 029590158
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3 Estimated Percent Distribution of All Families
f3y, Annual Income, 1959 and 1969 -------- 6 'OTStOlbutton of Families by Income Range 7 45 affmated Percent Distribution of All Families
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ih- conqes of Families Presently L-ivinq In SUbstandard HousIng UnIts and Related Rend Paying Ability and Home Purchasing Atfthy ------------------------------- 9

.4SuWw-k1wt-d' Housing LJnIts by Census Tracts
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Wstk"ftted Deriand for Subsl&tzed Housing by Lkik Size ------------------------------- 13

W*ntoiry of ExtsOng and Proposed Housing . ......... ------------------- 14

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RvrA S4jpplemo-nt Housing bq Unit Size --- 16 S*?Mt OOCUPOMY P40tenliall 1969 r* 6 rst4p by Unit Size ------------ 17

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**06" AWli OW eflt"I"W166 of sNM and' btiqht within the

#A Q-4 000A 0,064,,Poter4burs. Two major Concern$ of this study attppfy of standard housing for low and t6owne terhiNes and the ability of the community to ftuW r4V for thott& fatwlles d1soaced by 9 ove r nme nt a I Is' 4eshowd to 14"ale a survey of the local rhw4k*t hi di4&r to Ideniffy atid analyze the IoW and

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the oWner oocupled category and white renters renttl* -occupied units. Whereas, nonwhite owners 400404 fw- m-Ay 5%, of the owner occupied umts and nonwhite M oi ttv t- renter occupied units., A comparison o omupi,4 ,d units for 1950 1,960 and 1969 can be tr sIM Inventory.
foble 2. Cmm2mnts of the Hou The vacancy rate within the
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ba,$40 programs currently administered by the Federal Housing, (F. H.A. These programs are, (1) Monthly j ***-&mWtewnara payments in rental projects Vhanced with be1OW tet Interest rate mortgages under Section 221d- (3),

P*,rtlat pe yments kx- Interest on home mortgages insured

Aon 135; 134 Par'64 Oayrne4ijs for interest on rental

W4q1Mrrrwrtqa*,s Insur-ed under Section 236; and (4) Below t,,"grk4et Interest rate financing for projects' insured under Sec-1100 3411d (3), tn adcUtIon, Section 221 (h) provides r.H.A.

**01* mw*ot rate mortgages for the purchase, rehabilitation,

_4jo*, 004o of r*,*idenflal'properties, to eligible families.

Fecharal subsidy programs is determined by

*at atarrdly's income Is betow established limits for

Program. Some families may be etigible for

Under rnc"-e Own one Federal Program. There*#+kr #
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[ efficiencyy 286 '000ur

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supplements are also elialbIe for Pubtlo h4u0tV 16 *t+!,' 0-4

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NuWbiwt- Unit Size Number
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164 Five Bedroom 1-14

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REL-OCATION STUDY


L. INTRODUCTION
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The Relocation Study is concerned -with providing for

r*p4aid'6ment of all housing units to be removed from the housing

bwenk ry_ by governmental action. There are three agencies

ln"St,; Peter-sburg that are presently coordinating the relocation
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for- ,all families and Individuals displaced by governIn the cornawnity. These agencies are the St.

1- sinq Authorfty,, The St. Petersburg Relocation

ond The Florida State Department of Transportation

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75044mlon assistafflice is avaHable for. various displacement the.project which is demanding attention at this

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Sue F)W*rSbWq. The State Department of TransWMd a local retocation'office to Wovide
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year Construction proposa4s, 4W*d 1 T

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door survey conduoted-,loy, the Oopapoywr4 W*

statistics needed I'm oritier 't'(i provide NO 11101'

Much of the Information ghmn on 40*j vorif;W this study is by the cehaus t acis

passes. The tract* are listedd In as #0*

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units will be displaced by the tMorstO164

units were found to t;e in: ih of

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