FY2010 NRHA Budget Workshop Agenda

For More Information: 

Kelly R. Williams

For Immediate Release
Release Date: 
Mon, 04/27/2009

Norfolk, VA (April 27, 2009) –

Monday April 27, 2009

12th Floor Conference Room (Large)
8:00 a.m. – 12 Noon


  • Purpose of Workshop
  • Calendar Update
  • Mission Statement
  • Funding Summary
    • Expenditure Request
    • Revenue Forcast
  •  Staffing
  • Employee Benefits
  • Compensation Study Update
  • Balancing Discussion

Administration Highlights

  • Operations
    • Goals
    • Staffing
  • Programs
    • Cash flow Challenges
    • Reserve Trends
    • Debt Service Projections

 Housing Division Highlights

  • Operations
    • Goals
    • Staffing
  • Programs
    • Public Housing
    • Capital Initiatives
    • Resident Services
    • Security
    • Housing Choice Vouchers
    • Facilitates and Shop Management

Housing Reinvention Team Highlights

  • Operations
    • Goals
    • Staffing
    • Five-Year Financial Projection
  • Programs
    • Completion of Broad Creek HOPE VI
    • Grandy Village Renovations/Development
    • Mission College Renovations
    • Oakleaf Forest Renovations
    • Moton Circle Redevelopment

Development Division Highlights

  • Operations
    • Goals
    • Staffing
    • Operational Structure and Organization
    • Historical Funding Levels
  • Programs
    • Planned funding, initiatives and activities
    • City Funding Application

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