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Exhibit 29 Secretary Andrew Cuomo, Statement Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on housing Opportunity and Community Development (April 9, 1997) (HUD 01548-57)
Exhibit 32 John J. Knapp, General Counsel, U.S. Dep't of Hous. & Urban Dev., Submission to the Hearing of the House Subcommittee on Housing and Community Development, Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, on Discrimination in Assisted Housing (Nov. 1985) (HUD 31200-402):Part 1 &
Exhibit 34 John Goering, Ali Kamely, Todd Richardson, Poverty Concentration, Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Economics, Catholic University Poverty Concentration, Racial Segregation, and Public Housing in the United States (Mar. 1995) (Adker 079319-49)
Exhibit 42 Department of Housing and Urban Development, Notice of Proposed Rule Making on Site and Neighborhood Standards for Subsidized newly-Constructed or Substantially Rehabilitated Housing, 42 Fed. Reg. 4296 (Jan. 24, 1977)
Exhibit 59 Hope VI: Best Practices and lesson Learned 1992-2002, Submitted to the Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives, and Committee on Appropriations U.S. Senate in House Report 107-272, Title II (June 14, 2002) (HUD 30170-256)
Exhibit 61 Council of State Community Development Agencies, prepared for HUD Office of Policy Development and Research, making Housing Affordable: Breaking Down Regulatory Barriers, A Self Assessment for States (Mar. 19940 (PL 080709-805)
Exhibit 63 Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Moving Opportunity for Fair Housing demonstration Program: Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, Vol. 4, No. 3 (1999) (PL 080483-708):Part 1, Part 2
Exhibit 64 Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Moving Opportunity for fair Housing Demonstration Program: Current Status and Initial Findings (Sept.1999) (PL 081326-46)
Exhibit 65 Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Regional Housing Opportunities for Lower Income Households: A Resource Guide to Affordable Housing and Regional Mobility Strategies (Mar. 1994) (PL 081215-24)
Exhibit 66 Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Assessing Property Value Impacts of Dispersed Housing Subsidy Programs: Final Report (May1999) (PL 081326-46)
Exhibit 69 Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, State and Metropolitan Administration of Section 8: Current Models and Potential Resources, Final Report (Apr. 1997) (PL 081199-214)
Exhibit 72A Residential Security Map, Division of Research and Statistics with Cooperation of Appraisal Dept. Home owners Loan Corp. (May 1, 1937) (PL 061872)
Exhibit 75 Answer of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City and its Executive Director Paul W. Graziano to Plaintiffs' Amended and Supplemental Complaint and Answer of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Baltimore to Plaintiffs' Amended and Supplemental Complaint
Exhibit 86 Memorandum from Roger D. Black, Chief, Management Branch, to Chief, Branch 1, Subject: Project No. H-2704, Baltimore, Recreational, Educational and Social Facilities and Program (May 20, 1935), with attached memorandum from Lewis R. Barrett. Management Supervisor, Subject: Field Trip to Baltimore, Maryland, May 28, 1935 (June 5, 1935) (PL 32627-31)
Exhibit 106A Map, Baltimore Low Rent and Defense Housing (PL 033966)
Exhibit 106B Housing Programs in Baltimore, 1950 (PL 031640)
Exhibit 106C HABC, Semi-Annual Statistical Bulletin (June 30, 1991) (PL 026759-916)
Exhibit 129 Development Program, Parts I-VII, Project No. MD 2-19, Program Reservation No. MD 2-A, Fremont Avenue, Baltimore 2, Maryland, submitted by housing Authority of Baltimore City (May 29, 1952) (HA 12673-744)
Exhibit 136 Racial Relations Service and Office of the General Counsel, Nondiscrimination Clauses in Regard to Public Housing, Private Housing and Urban Development Undertakings (Oct. 1957) (NA 00041-42)
Exhibit 139 Ellis Ash, Director of Management, HABC, The Baltimore Story: An Account of the Experience of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City in Developing and Applying a Desegregation Policy to its Low-Rent Public Housing Program (Dec. 9, 1955) (PL 030440-53)
Exhibit 151 Basis for Revised Requirements for Administration of Low-Rent Housing Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, including attached PHA Circular, Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Aug. 27, 1965) (PL 036139-50)
Exhibit 152 Memorandum from R. L. Steiner to BURHA Staff listed (Aug. 1, 1966) with attached memorandum from R. L. Steiner to E. R. Pierson and Saul M. Perdue, Interim Report - Recommended Procedures for Filling Standing Vacancies (July 29, 1966) (HA 22686-87)
Exhibit 155 File maintained by Eugene Feinblatt labeled: "Race Relations - Public Housing Integration" (including Letter from R. L. Steiner, Director, BURHA to Donald D. Pomerleau, Commissioner of Police (undated); Resident Says Her Eviction Is Forced by Picketing Kin, Baltimore Sun (Jan. 10, 1967) (HA 22698-700)
Exhibit 162 Memorandum from Van Story Branch to R. C. Embry, Requirements for Administration of Low-Rent Housing Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 - Selection of Applicants and Assignment of Dwelling Units (Oct. 16, 1968) (HUD 01637-47)
Exhibit 165 Letter from Maxine S. Saunders, Manager, Public Housing Division, to Reginald Thomas, Chairperson, Board of Commissioners, HABC, at 1, with attached result of Limited Management Review Report of the Public Housing Program, Apr. 21-June 3, 1992, at 4 (Sept. 14, 1992) (PL 033376-405)
Exhibit 223A Memorandum from Rheba G. Gwaltney to Thomas R. Hobbs, FHEO Review - Preliminary Site Reports, Vacant House Program - Acquisition with Rehabilitation MD 2-69 and MD 2-72 (April 22, 1983) (HUDBAL 003918-66)
Exhibit 229 Memorandum from Lawrence B. Simons to Thomas Hobbs, Request for Waivers - Public Housing Program Acquisition with Rehabilitation Projects MD-2-64, MD-2-65, MD-2-66, MD-2-67, MD-2-68 (Aug. 30, 1979) (1356-1359)
Exhibit 350 Memorandum For Henry Cisneros, Secretary from Kevin Emanuel Marchman, Acting Assistant Secretary, Office of Public and Indian Housing, Re: Recommendations for 1996 HOPE VI Grants (Oct. 21, 1996) (PX 30)
Exhibit 368 HUD, "HOPE VI Best Practices and Lessons Learned 1992-2002", Submitted to Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate, Pursuant to House Report, Title II (June 14, 2002) (PL 081380-468)
Exhibit 375 "Not in My Back Yard", Removing Barriers to Affordable Housing, Report to President Bush and Secretary Kemp by the Advisory Commission on Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing (1991) (PL 050478-632)
Exhibit 417 Memorandum from M. J. Brodie to Honorable President and Members of the Board of Estimates, Recommendation to Approve Disposition Agreement, 708 S. Sharp Street, Montgomery Urban Renewal Area, and attached Agreement (Nov. 3, 1982) (BC 001457-87)
Exhibit 465 HUD Funding Received by Local Defendants FY 1995-2003 (drawn from HABC 007214, HA 336697, HA 33636, PL 073861, HUD 35162, HA 34684, HA 34604, HA 34527, HA 34454, HA 34358, MCC 005298-005304, HA 81527, MCC 001601, MCC 002118, HA 62424, HA 62459, HA 62495, HA 62532, HA 62579, and HA 72033).
Exhibit 478 Michael A. Stegman, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Forward, Section 8 Rental Voucher and Rental Certificate Utilization Study, October 1994 (PL 070312-PL 070532):Part 1, Part 2
Exhibit 539 Civil Rights Division, US Department of Justice, Interagency Survey Report Evaluation of Title VI enforcement at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development September 1977 (ADKER 057221-287)
Exhibit 567 Cassandra W. Gottlieb, The Effect of Site Selection Policies and Practices on the Success and Failure of the Federal Public Housing Program: The Case of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Center for Metropolitan Planning Research (1975) (FDE4 00476-00499; FDE4 00133-00218)
Exhibit 568 Edward Goetz, Sandtwon-Winchester, Baltimore: Housing as Community Housing and Urban Redevelopment in the United Stats, in W. Van Vliet (ed.) Affordable Housing and Urban Redevelopment in the United States (1996) (PL 092999-093021)
Exhibit 623 Memorandum from Harry Staller, Deputy Regional Administrator, HUD to Michael Janis, General Deputy Assistant, HUD, Re Additional Information, Demolition/Disposition Request with accompanying documents and handwritten notes (May 15, 1990) (HUD 19970-19976)
Exhibit 626 Memorandum from Suzanne Graham to Theo Rogers, Hollander Ridge residential Redevelopment (March 3, 1998), with attached Preliminary Report, Hollander Ridge Residential Redevelopment Market Feasibility Analysis (Feb. 20, 1998) ( Pl's Ex. 110, Hollander Ridge) (MV 001584-001641)