PPERR NRP Phase 2 StepsA Primer
NRP Phase 2 Kick-Off Meeting Notice | NRP Phase 2 Kick-Off Meeting Agenda
NRP Phase 2 Early Access Proposal Form | Phase 2 Call for Proposals
Project Proposal Form | Preparation and Processing of Neighborhood Action Plans [PDF]
NRP Phase 2 Participation Agreement | NRP Phase 2 Steering Committee | Phase 2 Action Plan
NRP Phase 2 Housing | PPERRIA NRP Phase 2 | PPERRIA NRP Phase 1
by Steve Cross, August, 2004
(Note: This is a personal statement intended to provide a summary
for informational purposes.)
Revised, Richard Poppele, April 2005.
- Complete a report on NRP Phase 1 and have the neighborhood’s fiscal agent (PPERRIA) and the neighborhood approve it.
- The fiscal agent (PPERRIA) may seek release of some funds for the purpose of administering the adoption portion of Phase 2. (This has been done. $14,000 was sought and approved.)
- Hold a neighborhood meeting to both approve a contract with a fiscal agent for Phase 2 and select a Steering Committee to draft a Phase 2 Plan. It may also approve funds for early access projects.
- The Steering Committee holds meetings and completes a plan for Phase 2. The plan is to reflect the interests of all stake-holders in the neighborhood.
- A neighborhood meeting will clarify neighborhood priorities and decide how the available funds ($330,000) will be allocated. An action plan will be written by the Steering Committee.
- Another neighborhood meeting is help to approve (amend, reject, etc.) the plan created by the Steering Committee.
- Any plan approved by the neighborhood must then be approved by the NRP Policy Board.
- The neighborhood’s fiscal agent (PPERRIA) then implements the approved plan.
Neighborhood meetings are open to all connected to the neighborhood. That includes renters as well as owners of residences, businesses, students, and others. It is independent of PPERRIA and any membership in that organization.