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Public Schools to be Abandoned



School


Address


Grades


Capacity


1965-66 Enrollment


1. William Bacon


65 Vernon Street


K-6-*


310


310


2. Asa Grey


38 Weston Street


K-li


330


321


■*- ii-6 boys only










Lot
School Area


Building Cond. Year Clas,
Area (BRA) Built Reg.


srooms
Kg, Lib,


Special Rooms
> AsvHl-. "kunch Gy™



1. Bacon 2$, 672 18,200 Def.

2. Grey lU,973 11,720 Std.



1897
1877



1966 (Oct. 1) Elementary School Enrollment



School



Bacon


265


Grey


253


Dudley


245


Dillaway


230



Campus High Project Area
Total



White


Non -White


6


259


3


250


24


221


18


212



Campus High School - Data Bank



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Public Schools Summary
Early Land Acquisition Area

Public Schools to be Abandoned

Sc hool Address Grades Capacity 1965-66 Enrollment

1. William Bacon 6$ Vernon Street K-6* 310 310

2. Asa Grey 38 Weston Street K-U 330 321
* U-6 boys only

Lot Building Cond. Year Classrooms Special Rooms
School Area Area (BRA) Built Reg, Kg, Lib, AsyHl* "Lunch Gym

1. Bacon 2^,672 18,200 Def. 1897 9 1 -

2. Grey lU,973 11,720 Std. 1877 7 1 -



Campus High School - Data Bank



DATA ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO BE ABANDONED
Early Land Acqui- : "ion Are:,

1. William Bacon Elementary School

a. Condition :

BRA (exterior survey) : deficient

Sargent: Building suffers from age and lack of main-
tenance ; walls and ceilings cracked; base-
ment and upper floors show evidence of leak-
age ; brickwork deteriorated; basement toilet
room unsanitary; lighting .- abstandard.

b. Sargent Recommendation :

Abandon by 1975 and replace with net* cchool

c. School Department Plans:

Recognizes fact that building is in Campus High School
site; no specific plans.

d. Disposition :

Site to be acquired for Campus High School

2. Asa Grey Elementary School

a. Condition :

BRA (exterior survey) : standard

Sargent: Building is in general disrepair; walls and
ceilings show evidence of leakage; exterior
needs repointing; lighting substandard; basement
toilet facilities unhealthy.

b . Sargent Recommendatio n :

Abandon as soon as possible (by 1966).

c. School Department Plans :

Recognizes fact that building lies in path of Inner Belt;
no specific plans.

d. Disposition :

Site to be acquired for Inner Belt.



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June 14, 1966


FROM


Richard Me r tens


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ATTENTION:




SUBJECT


Public Scfto



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The following data and cornme: 1 to the four pubil

elementary schools located In the ( pus High Renewal. Area.



1. Capacity - Enrollment Data



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School



Capa city Enrollment



William Bacon (%4-4^ ■ 1-6 ' 310 310

Dillaway U^-^J K-6 . 370 263

Dudley rvr<^ 1"? ■ _390 ^99

Asa. Gray K-4 W>~^ n _32|-



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-* . 2. Elementary School Population

' "Data from the i960 .. U. S. Census indicate^ that approximately
\ ? oOO elementary school-a.^e children live within the project
' b '(W /(area (based on age-breakdown of the Census for that portion-
ed Vt of the Census Tract located within the Project Area). Of
\h u q *X these, 217 live within the Whittier Srreet Housing Project

fs<jr (Data from Dan Richardson). . _y-

3. Asa. Gray - William Bacon Sch ools I

Both the Gray and Bacon Schools will he acquired under Early
Land Acquisition. The Gray School (in the llyde-Everett ana
Dwight Districts) serves the northern and^stern^edges ol
the Project Area as well as half the South^EnttT along witn
. two schools located in the South End itself. The Bacon School
fin the Dudley-Dillaway Districts serves the remamaer of the
PrSjec? Area and portions of the Highland Park and Washington
Park areas, as dothe Dudley and Dillaway Schools and thenaie
School. Total enrollment of the Gray and Pncon Schools ls
63.I? of which presumably slightly less than half come from the
Campus High Project Area.






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4. Hydc-Evcrctt/Dv/lght one! fu tile, /' ay School Dj

Within the Hyde-Everett i stricts are th

s^Jt.'j.'^s'j wMch atlz'&a&j ' ' -■ -. 'J :

School Enrollment (1966)

Ana Gray ^° -23©

J. Hurley
J. Bates

Within the Dudley/Dillov cts are four schools
exc ess c apac ity of approxii mat e 1 y I

School ' _ } vv En rollment (1966)

Wm. Bacon

Dudley 370

Dill away 390

Hale ' ■' 3'OQ

1,370

5* Conclusions

Elimination of the Gray and Bacon Schools will pose definite
relocation problems' for the students now attending these
schools. It Is estimated that Campus High and highway
construction will decrease the number of students in the
two districts by approximately 250. Other renewal actions
will further decrease this number; however, new housing
construction will more than likely make up for this. No
new schools are expected in either district for at least five
years , and because of the racial imbalance question it may be
impossible to build in these areas anyway.

Because of the overcrowding already existing in the Hyde-
Eve ret t/Dwight Districts, relocation of students attend
the Gray School will pose difficult problems. The Whit tier
Street Housing Project is located in these districts. However,
as the project is on the border of school districts, the
boundaries could be changed (at the present time some students
from the project attend the Bacon School in the Dudley/Dillaway
Districts) and these students transferred to the Dudley and
Dill away Schools which have an excess capacity together of
. 198.




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John Stainton Jun



Very superficially, because of ' Lnfon

corning residence of pupils att

one assumes that the 2 relocat

of the high school and h ' iction attend c: ; bher

the . Gray or Bacon Schools,, a total of approximately

students must be tran

probably be transferred t< ..... ..■■■.

and the Hale School is a.l i/ercrowded.

leaves the Dudley and i an excess capacity of

nearly 200. With 380 to be - ■. 'erred, 180 students
must then be placed in sc >r above capacity or .-
be transferred to other districts in Roxbury. Existj
school conditions and the problems of racial imbalance in
this area further compile; le problem. /

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_ Park and Playground Facilities

Early Land Acquisition Area

Name Address Acreage Operating Agency

1, Madison Park Sterling and Marble Streets 2,8l City of Boston

2. (Play area) Vernon Street, between Cabot ,h0 City of Boston

and Lamont Streets







Campus High School - Data Bank



Health and Welfare Facilities

A. To Be Acquired

1. Cabot St. Park Department Bldg: 203 Cabot Street

Facilities: gym, pool, baths (closed)

Program: pool operated year round, gym between

October and May. Only indoor recrea-
tional facility in area.

Building condition: standard

B. Not to Be Acquired

1. George Robert White Fund Health Unit: 120 Whittier Street
Services offered:



Other activities:



Well Child Clinic j Dental Clinic j
T.B. Clinic

Visiting Nurses Assoc; Youth Acti-
vities Bureauj Housing Inspection
Dept.



Date of building: 1933
Building condition: standard



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Street Improvement Fact Sheet

1. New Dudley Street

a. Columbus Avenue to Shawmut Avenue

80 ft. right-of-way:

60 ft. roadway (four 11 ft. travel lanes plus two 8 ft. "break-
down lanes)
two 10 ft. sidewalks

b. Shawmut Avenue to Washington Street

102 ft. right-of-way:

66 ft. roadway (six 11 ft. travel lanes)

l6 ft. median

two 10 ft. sidewalks

2. Shawmut Avenue

a. Sterling Street to New Dudley Street

102 ft. right-of-way:

6k ft. roadway (four 12 ft. travel lanes plus two 8 ft. break-
down lanes)
16 ft. median strip
two 11 ft. sidewalks

b. New Dudley Street to Washington Street

102-80 ft. right-of-way

6k ft. roadway (four 12 ft. travel lanes plus two 8 ft. break-
down lanes)

16 ft. median strip, tapered
two 11 ft. sidewalks

3- Southwest Expressway Frontage Road - Inner Belt Service Road

33 ft. roadway (three 11 ft. travel lanes) plus sidewalk on Campus
High School side.



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INTER-OFFICE COMMUNICATION



-SO John Stainton, Renewal Planning July 21, 1966

AT

FROM Transportation-Engineering Department
AT

ATTENTION:
SUBJECT

We have received your memorandum of July 15, 1 Q 66 requesting a review
of the road proposals as they affect the Campus High School Project. Your
memorandum correctly depicts the fact that the early land acquisition pro-
posal is affected by new Dudley Street, Shawmut Avenue with its connection
to Washington Street, and the Inner Belt service roads. The project area
also will he affected by proposed changes to Roxbury Street, but not at the
early land acquisition stage.

New Dudley Street - We propose this street to have a right-of-way
dimension of 80 feet; two 10 foot sidi ilka SO feet of pavement. This
street will connect directly to Tremont Street at what is now Roxbury
Crossing and be designed to provide two moving lanes of traffic in each
direction.

J Shawmut Avenue - This street is proposed to have a total right-of-way

width of 102 feet, \\2 feet greater than its present right-of-way. The
roadway will contain two 32 foot roadways divided by a 16 foot median with
provisions for a left-turn lane at the connection to Roxbury Street,, Roxbury
Street in turn is proposed to connect to Dudley Street at the present
Governor Dudley Square. (The intersection of Dudley Street and Washington
Street.) Shawmut Avenue eventually will be extended across Roxbury Street
to Washington Street at the latter' s intersection with Bartlett Street.
This section of Shawmut Avenue will be 102 feet wide at its connection with
relocated Roxbury Street and narrowed down to the proposed Washington Street
• width of 80 feet south of its intersection with Bartlett Street. The
section of street north of Roxbury Street is designed to accommodate two
moving lanes of traffic in each direction with provisions for a third moving
land during peak hours.

S outhwest Expressway Frontage Road - The design of this roadway has been
prepared by the State Department of Public Works and approved by the South-
west Corridor Coordinating Committee. The roadway is approximately 33 feet
wide and a sidewalk is provided on the easterly, or Campus High School side.
The estimated traffic volumes suggest that this roadway will be three lanes
wide.

The Inner Belt Service Road also has been designed by the State Depart:,



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John Stainton






•July 21, 1966



of Public Works and approved by the same coordinating committee. The
roadway appears to be approximately 33 feet wide with a sidewalk on the
southerly, or Campus High School side. A roadway is designed to accom-
modate three lanes of traffic.




Robert H. Murphy, P.E.
Chief Transportation Plann



'AlEA



William ft. HcGrath, P.E.
Transportation-Engineering Coordinator



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INTER-OFFICE COMMUNICATION



Op John Stainton - Renewal Planning

AT

FROM Transportation-Engineering Department

AT

July 25, 1966

ATTENTION:

SUBJECT Roxbury No7 Denrches ter'^» - 'l nner-5gxt" an d 0uu tnwe1gtr£;xpre~3sway3
Construction Schedule



Bill Noonan has secured the following information for me from the
State Department of Public Works relative to the construction program for
the Inner Belt and Southwest Expressways in the vicinity of the Campus
High School Renewal Project.

July, 1966; The State Department of Public Works is
conducting preliminary family and business relocation
interviews at the present time*

Fall, 1966 t State Department of Public Works and Redevelop-
ment Authority reach final agreement on takings the
Redevelopment Authority will make on behalf of the State
for expressway purposes.

Late I966: Land takings x^ill begin in the Hamden St.
area, which is on the South End Project side of the
Inner Belt right of way.

Early 1967 to middle 1967: Land takings will start in
the Madison Park-Roxbury Crossing section of the South-
west Expressway. These takings will be within the Campus
High Renewal area.

1967? Demolition underway.

Late 1967 ? Final design completed on the expressways,
their interchange and the service roads.

Probably early 1968 ; Construction of the expressways their
interchange and frontage roads will begin.

Probably 1970 t Roadway work finishecUand all roadways open
to traffic. ^7^

Robert H. IIurphy, ; ' P.E.
Chief Transportation Plarfner




William R. Ms&rath,

Transportation-Engineering Coordinator

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PROJECT EXPENDITURES BUDGET
Early Land Acquisition

Administrative overhead and services $ 500,000

Office furniture and equipment 5*100

Legal services 35*770

Acquisition expenses 60,687

Temporary operation of acquired property 25,820

Site clearance 666,000

Interest 150,000

SUBTOTAL 1,UU3,377

Contingencies 216, 507

Real Estate Purchases U,222,800



PROJECT EXPENDITURES FOR EARLY LAND

ACQUISITION LOAN 5,882,68U



Relocation Payments l,13h,675



TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURES FOR EARLY

LAND ACQUISITION LOAN $7,017,359



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Page 1 of n



Form approved
Budget Burenu No. 63-R9fi.1












j PROJECT LOCALI I Y


DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM

PROJECT EXPENDITURES BUDGET FOR

EARLY^XAND ACQUISITION


PROJECT NAME

Campus High School I

PROJE'


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INSTRUCTIONS: Initial Rudtfet: Prepare original and 8 copies for HUD'. Subnit original and I, copies in Binder No. 1,
and copies in Binders No. 2,3,4, and 5. Revinod Budget: 7/ wi th amendatory application, follow "Initial Budget" in-
structions. Otherwise, submit original and 4 copies to HUD.


DATES OF BUDGET APPROVALS (Complete for revision only)

Budget No. 1, , 19 Lutest Approv d Budpet (No.






LINE
NO.


ACTIVITY CLASSIFICATION'


TO BE COMPLETED BY LPA


TO BE FILLED

IN 0Y HUD


USE ONLY FOR REVISED BUDGET


BUDGET
REQUESTED FOR

_Si*_ MONTHS
(c)


LATEST

APPROVED

BUDG El'

(a)


ADJUSTMI

ItOH-l

(b)


BUDGET
APPROVED FOR

MONTHS


(d)


1


TOTAL SURVEY AND PLANNING EXPENDITURES
(Includes all costs incurred, costs estimated to be
incurred, and interest on advances to repayment
date) (R 1401, R 1403, R 1404)


$


$


S


s


2


PROJECT EXECUTION EXPENDITURES:






500,000




Administration:


a. Administrative overhead and services
(R 1410.01, R 1410.09, R 1410.16,
R 1410.19, R 1416)


b. Travel (R 1410.05)











3


Office furniture and equipment (R 1475)






5.100




4


Legal services ( R 1410.024, R 1415)






35.770




5


Survey and planning ( R 1410.021, R 1430)











6


Acquisition expenses (R 1410.022, R 1440.02
through R 1440.06)






60,687




7a


Temporary operation of acquired property-
Profit (-) or Loss (+) (R 1410.027, R 1448)






+25,820




7b


Amount included in Line 7a as real estate tax
credits (R 1448.038)


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8


Relocation and Community organization, excluding
Relocation Payments (R 1410.023, R 1443)











9


Site clearance— Proceeds (—) or Cost ( + )
(R 1410.025, R 1450)






666,000




10


Project or site improvements
(R 1410.026, R 1455)











11


Disposal, lease, retention costs ( R 1410.028,
R 1445)











12


Rehabilitation and conservation, excluding
Rehabilitation Grants (R 1410.029, R 1460)











13


Interest (R 1420.013, R 1420.02)






150,000




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14


Other income (-) (R 1449)


(-)




(-)


(-)



For a project on a three-fourths capital grant basis with limited project costs, entc



on Lines 1 through 7b.



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HUO-6220

(12-55)


LINE
NO.


ACTIVITY CLASSIFICATION


TO BE COMPLETED BY LPA




USE ONLY FOR REVISED BUDGET


REQUESTED FOR

24

__-:.. MONTHS
(c)


L A T 1
APPRO V ED
BUDGET

(a)


ADJUSTMENT

( + or -)

(b)


out

APPROVED FOR

'.;; rHS


15


Subtotal (sum of Lines 2 through 14,
excluding Line 7b)


$


$


8 1, 443, 377




16


Contingencies (for Column (c), not to exceed
15% of Line 15)






216,507




17


Real estate purchases (R 1440.01)






4,222,800




18


Project inspection (R 14)8)











19


TOTAL PROJECT EXECUTION EXPENDITURES
(sum of Lines 15, 16, 17, and 18)






5,882,684




20


TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURES (ITEM 1 OF
GROSS PROJECT COST) (Line 1 plus 19 )


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S ^7,017,359


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21


Relocation Payments 100% reimbursable to LPA
(R 1501)


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8 1, 134,675


$


22


Rehabilitation Grants ]005o reimbursable to LPA
(R 1502)


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Approval of .the Project Expenditures Budget in the amounts the time period shown in Column (c) is hereby
requested.

** Includes $1,134,675 Relocation Payments on Line 21.

Boston Redevelopment Authority






Local Public Agency




Date


Signature of Authorized O fficer

Development Administrator




Title \


HUD APPROVAL

The Project Expenditures Budget is hereby approved in the amounts and for the time period shown in Column (d).

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Date


Signature




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SUPPORTING SCHEDULE



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PROJECT OR SITE IMPROVEMENTS CHARGED AS PROJECT EXPENDITURES



IDENTIFICATION



TO BE COMPLETED BY LPA



TOTAL COST



CHARGE TO PROJECT



TO BE FILLED
IN BY HUD



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JT AL PROJECT OR SITE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE
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i rm Approved
Budget Bureau N». 63-R922.1



DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM

DATA SUPPORTING PROJECT EXPENDITURES BUDGET



INSTRUCTIONS: Prepare original and 4 copies for HUD. If part of an initial or
amendatory application, submit original in Binder No. I, copies in Binders No. 2, 3, 4,
and 5. If not part, of an npplieatioTrjydo not submit in binders.



PROJECT LOCALITY

Boston, Massachusetts



PROJECT NAME

Campus High School Urban
Renewal Area



PROJECT NUMBER

Mass. R-



Accompanies Form HUD-6220 dated



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HUD-
6220
LINE
NO.



ACCOUNT
NUMBER



EXPLANATION



AMOUNT

CHARC.i < ; i ■

TO BUOGET

(a)



0>)



R 1401;
R 1403;
II 1404



SURVEY AND PLANNING EXPENDITURES



Total estimated survey and planning costs other than interest



H 1420.011;
R 1420.012



Interest on Federal advances



R 1420.0 2



Interest on other borrowed funds



I. INF. 1 TOTAL



N.A



ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT

LEGAL SERVICES



Entries on these lines of Form HUD-6220 shall he supported by a narrative statement explaining th
cost estimates and the basis of any proration of the costs to this project.



SURVEY AND PLANNING



Attach a narrative statement describing the nature of the survey and planning work, including reference
to any previous HHFA or HUD approval for such work in the project execution stage.



N.A,



R 1410.022



R 1440.02



R 1440.03



R 1440.04



R 1440.05



R 1440.06



ACQUISITION EXPENSES



LPA salaries and wages - Acquisition (from Form HUD-630)



Contracts for acquisition appraisals



Budgeted in
S & P Appli



Option negotiations



Title information



Budgeted in
S & P Appli



Sundry acquisition costs - Direct Purchase



Sundry acquisition costs - Condemnation



LINE 6 TOTAL



See Line
2A



55,678



3,000



2,000



Form HUD-
6220
Campus H.S
.See Code

NOv^R-134

Campus K.S
.See Code
No. R-134



60,687



TEMPORARY OPERATION OF ACQUIRED PROPERTY



R 1410.0 27



LPA salaries and wages - Management (from Form HUD-630)



See Line
2A



Form HUD-
6220



R 1448.01



Gross income from temporary operation



319, 380



CLASS OF
L ESSEE



NO. OF
PROP-
ERTY ES



283



42



27



AVERAGE
RENTAL



110



250



400



200



UNIT MOS,
O F MGMT.



1698



252



162



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TOTAL
INCOME



'186,780



63,000



64,800



4,800



For a project on a three-fourths capital grant baaia with limited projoct coats, enter zero on lines 1, 5, 6, and Ti



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HUO-
6220
LINE
NO.

(Coned)



ACCOUNT
NUMOER



II 1410.031

II 1418.032
R 1448.033
II 1448.035



R 1448.0 34



R 1448.036



R 1448.037



R 1448.038



R 1448.039



R 1410.023



R 1443.01



EXPLANATION 1



TEMPORARY OPERATION OF AC'.



(CoiU'd.)



Repairs and normal maintenance; janitorial wages and
supplies and watchmen wages; fuel, light, power; sewerage
and water rentals



AMOUNT

Char : ■- i

TO BUDGET



50,000



Insurance



Real estate tax payments



Management contracts



Charges in lieu of real estate ta:



243,200



Temporary on-site moves



000



LINE 7a TOTAL (R1448.01 ninu.
costs, show a;.



S 4-25,320 !



RELOCATION AND COMMUNITY O.V
EXCLUDING RELOCATION PA



LPA salaries and wages - Relocation (from i orm HUD-630)



'boa .'ji 'cv.



LPA salaries and wages - Community Or^aiuJ
HUD-630)






Form HUD-

6220



N/A



Contracts for relocation planning and execut



Contracts for community organisation services



Attach a narrative statement giving the sources and basis of estimates for community organization costs.



LINE 8 TOTAL



N/A



R 1410.025



R 1450



SITE CLEARANCE



LPA salaries and wages - Site Clearance (from Form HUD-630)



Contracts for preparation of co.i'.ract documents


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