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11 n

Lawrence & H. Reno
Dewey M. Dockett



1961


Store


C. of B,


i960


Apts.




i960


it





19614



1966
1964



3 t.



2 f .

3 f-



C of B



C. of B.



Tremont Street

* 1238-12J+0 Joseph Dell

* 1214-6 A L. Rut stein

* 1267-1275 M Gordon

13^6 ' S. Greenberg & F. Halperin

* Vernon Place



* 2


Eagle Engr. & Const. Co.


* k


11 11 11 ti 11


* 6


11 11 11 11 11


Vernon Str


eet


76


City of Boston


* 78


11 11 ti


* 80


11 11 11


* 81+


Thomas Ackerman


* 86


11 11


* 105


George I Knaian


* i2h ■


Frank Doyle


-•129-131


Elizabeth Weiner


* 135


St. John Faptist Church


*. 1U2


City of Boston


* 193


Celia Friedman


* 195


11 11


* 197


11 11


* 199


11 11



i960 k f . &

2 stores
1966 2 f.

196U store &

apts.
1966 f.



1966



1961



3 f.



II


11


i960


3 f • 8=




store


1966


2 f.


i960


3 f •


1965


Church


19614


3 f.


1961


f.


II


3 f •



C. of B



C. of B.



C. of B.



C. of B.



*Within Early Land Acquisition Area



5-



-






Address



Owner



Year Use By Whom



* Warwick Street



* 117 Ernest Lewis

* 119 Lucy Hunter



196^ 3 f. C. of B.



* Westminster Street

* 6k Annie Chaplen Trus.

* 66 "

* 68



i960 3 f . C. of B.



* Williams Street



* 62 City of Boston

* 6k Samuel Weustadt



1966 3 f . C. of B.



'Within Early Land Acquisition Area



%*-







1966 Housing Characteristic Summary
Campus High Project Area



I.



Total Dwelling Units



Number
1/061



Percent
(100.0)



II.



Occupancy

Occupied
Vacant



766
295



( 72.2)
( 27.8)



III. Racial Occupancy (915 Households)

White
Non -White



289
626



( 31.6)
( 68.4)



IV. Ownership



Owner -occupi ed
Renter- Occupi ed



120
646



( 15.7)
( 84.3)



Total Occupied Vacant
Lodging Units (1966) 130 64 66

Total Housing Units (1966) 1,191 830 361



Housing; Characteristics



II.



Campus


High Project


Area






No.


Change


io Change


Total Dwelling Units








19^0
1950
i960
1966 (est)


2,256
2,192
1,573
1,061


- 64
-619
-512


(- 2.8)
(-28.2)
(-32.5)


Change 19UO-I966:


-1,195


(-53.00




Occupancy









Occupied



Vacant



No. (<?o) Change (% Change) No. ($) Change (jo Change)



19^0 2,081 (92.2)

1950 2,lkk (97.8) 63

i960 1,278 (81.2) -866

1966 766 (72.2) -512

Change 19*10 -I966



( 3.0)
(-40.3)
(-40.1)

Occupied:
Vacant :



175 ( 7.6)

48 ( 2.2)

295 (18.8)

295 (27.8)



-127 (-72.6)

247 (514.5)

0(0)



-1,315 (-63.2f )
120 ( 68.60



III. Racial Occupancy



White



Non-White



No.



(0 Change ($ Change) No. (0 Change (Jo Change)



1940
1950
i960
1966



1,356 (65.2)

1,262 (58.9)

526 (41.2)

289 (31.6)



- 94
-736
-237



Change 19I+O-I966



(- 6.9)
(-58.3)
(-45.1)

White
Non -White:



725 (34.8)

882 (4i.l)

752 (58.8)

626 (68.4)

-1,067



157
■130
■126



( 21.7)
(-14.7)
(-17.4)



(-78.70
(-13.70



IV. Ownership



No.



Owner-Occupied Renter-Occupied

{jfT Change (% Change) No. " T0" Change ( jo Change )



1940 159

1950 I89

i960 167

1966 120



( 7.6)
( 8.8)
(13-1)
(15.7)



1,922 (92.4)

30 ( 18.9) 1,955 (91-2) 33

-22 (-11.6) l,lll (86.9) -84>*

~U7 (-28.1) 646 (84.3) -465 '(



( 1.7)
C-43.1)

-41.9)



Change 19^0-1966 Owner Occupied: -39 (~2k»5%)

Renter Occupied: -1,276 (-66.1$)



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I.



1966 Housing Characteristic Study
Early Land Acquisition Area

Number
Total Dwelling Units 632



Percent



(100.0)



II



Occupancy



Occupied
Vacant



384
248



( 60.8)
( 39.2)



III. Racial Occupancy

White
Non-white



117
267



( 30.5)
( 69.5)



IV. Ownership



Owner-occupied
Renter occupied



63
321



( 16.4)
( 83.6)



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Housing Characteristics



I.



Early Land Acquisition Area
Total Dwelling Units

No.



19^0
1950
i960
1966(est.)



1,484
1,1*70

8?2
632



II,



Change I9I+O-I966:

Occupancy

Occupied



Change



-14

-598
-240



-852



io Change



( -.9)

(-ko.6)
(-27.5)

(-51 M)



Vacant



No. (j) Change j Change No. (fl) Change Change



19^0 1,383 (93-2)

1950 1,U3 (98.2)

i960 677 (77.6)

1966 384 (60.87



-766
-293



( 4.3)
(-53.0)
(-43.3)



Change 1940-1966 Occupied:
Vacant :



101 ( 6.8)

27 ( 1.8)

195 (22.4)

248 (39.2)



-999 ( -72
147 (145



-74

168

53



(-73.2)
(622.2)
( 27.1)



III. Racial Occupancy



White



Non-White



No.



{j) Change (fl Change) No. ($>) Change [j> Change)



1940 706 (51.0)

1950 681 (47.2) - 25 (-3-5)

i960 223 (32.9) -458 (-67.2)

1966 117 (30.5) -106 (-47.5)

Change 1940-1966 White :
Non -White:



677 (49.0)

762 (52.8) 85 ( 12.5)

454 (67.1) -308 (-40.4)

267 (69.5) -187 (-41.2)



-589
-410



(-83.4/.)
(-60. 6%)



IV.



Ownership



1940
1950
I960
1966



Owner-Occupied



Renter-Occupied



Ho. (j) Change (j Change) No. (j) Change (j Change)



99 ( 7.2)

116 ( 8.0)

97 (14.3)

63 (16.4)



17
-19

-34



( 17.1)
(-16.^

(-35.1)



1,284 (92.8)

1,327 (92.0)

580 (85.7)

321 (83.6)



43
-747
-259



3.3)

-56.2)

-44.7;



Change 1940-1966 Owner occupied: -36
Renter occupied: -963



(-36.4/0
(-75.055)



Unsafe and Dangerous Buildings' 1



]_. Early Land Acquisition Area



Address

3 Auburn Street

192 Cabot Street
19li Cabot Street
2CO-20I* Cabot Street
226 Cabot Street

101 Hampshire Street

36 Lamont Street
38 Lamont Street

l-5*g Linden Park Street
hZ Linden Park Street
U8-U8A Linden Park Street

6 Oakburn Avenue
8 Oakburn Avenue
10 Oakburn Avenue
12 Oakburn Avenue
lit Oakburn Avenue
1S> Oakburn Avenue

16 Oakburn Avenue

17 Oakburn Avenue

18 Oakburn Avenue

19 Oakburn Avenue

20 Oakburn Avenue

21 Oakburn Avenue

22 Oakburn Avenue
27-29 Oakburn Avenue

81 Roxbury Street

59 Ruggles Street
137 Ruggles Street

5 Sumner Place

12h6 Tremont Street
12U8-12$0 Tremont Street

2 Vernon Place
k Vernon Place

6 Vernon Place

12U Vernon Street







Inspected




Use


Occupancy
Occ


By


Status


Res


Bldg Dept




Res/Comm


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res/Comm


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 7/66


Res


(Occ)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res


Occ


Bldg Dept




Comm


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res




Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


Occ


O.N.I.




Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem . 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem . 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem , 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


Occ


Bldg Dept




Res




Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res




Bldg Dept


Dem. 12/65


Comm


Vac


Bldg Dept




Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66


Res


(Occ)


Bldg Dept


Dem. 5/66



»


Unsafe and Drn^erous


Buildings - page 2








Address

131 Warwick Street
133 Warwick Street
135 Warwick Street


Use

Res
Res
Res


Occupancy

Occ
Vac
Occ


Inspe cted

By


Status




Bldg Dept
Bldg Dept
Bldg Dept






62 Williams Street

63 Williams Street
6I1 Williams Street
66 Williams Street


Res
Res
Res
Res


Occ
Occ


Bldg-O.N.I.
O.N.I.
O.N.I.
Bldg Dept


Dem. I1/66
Dem. h/66



2. Project Area, Outside of Early Land Acquisition Area



Address

57 Bartlett Street

h Lambert Avenue

98 Roxbury Street

13UO-13U2 Tremont Street

3 Willis Terrace
k Willis Terrace



Use


Occupancy
Occ


Inspected
By


Status


Res


Bldg Dept


Dem. 6/66


Res


(Vac)


Bldg Dept




Res


Occ


Bldg Dept




Res/Comm


Occ


Bldg Dept




Res
Res


Occ

Occ


Bldg Dept
Bldg Dept





*- Survey undertaken Winter-Spring 1966,



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CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL
EARLY LAND ACQUISITION SUMMARY



Total area (acres )


Early Land
57.3


Streets and Ways


9.1*


Land Area


U7.9


""■ R'e'sMential


31.1


Non-residential


16.8


Commercial
Industrial
Institutional


6.8
$.9
U.1


Percent of project area (129.2


Acres) hh.3%


Number of Parcels


616


Percent of total (953)


&kM


Number of Buildings


361*


Standard


27


Deficient


39


Substandard


298


Percent of total (652)


55.8$


Residential


287


Non-residential


77


Number of dwelling units


632:


In standard buildings


8


In deficient buildings


56


In substandard buildings


568


Percent of total (l,06l)


59.6$


Total Assessed Valuation


$ 3,128,000


Percent of total ($ 8,771,200)


35.6$


Acquisition Cost


$ k, 222, 800



APPLICATION FOR

EARLY LAND ACQUISITION LOAN

PROJECT NO. MASS. R-

Campus High School Urban Renewal Area
Boston Redevelopment Authority
Boston, Massachusetts



BINDER NO.



SUBMISSION DATE:



LAND ACQUISITION Tabulation of Property CODE NO. E-222(l)(c)

REPORT: to Be Acquired



Estimates of
Value and Ac-
quisition
Cost



Appraiser's
Number Valuations* LPA Estimate

of Land Area Land of Acquisition

Parcels, in Sq. Ft. .Only Total. Cost



A. Total Pur-
chases and
Donations


293


2,491,516


t

1


$4,222,800


B. Purchases
(TOTAL)


293


2,085,667


i




$4,222,800


Federally
owned or
leased**


1


9,900






$ 40,500


Other pub-
licly owned


59


636,406






$1,055,700


Privately
owned


233


1,443,361






$3,126,600


Public utility
easements


none












Damage to
property
not taken


none












C. Donations
(TOTAL)




405,349









Vacation of
streets and
other public
rights-of-way


-


405,849









Donations
by LPA


none












Donations by

other

entities


none





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1






1



* Appraisal estimates of properties to be acquired will be submit-
ted upon receipt of Survey and Planning Funds.
** A portion of a privately owned acquisition parcel is leased by
the Federal government as a U.S. Post Office.



Mass. R- / E-222(l)(c)



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Early Land Clearance Area Summary

Total area 57.3 acres

Number of parcels (federal) 293

Number of buildings 361;

Residential 287

Dwelling purpose 265

Community facilities 22

Non-Residential 77

Commercial hi

Industrial 27

Institutional 3

Number of dwelling units 632

Number of businesses 86



Campus High School - Data Bank



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TOTAL RELOCATION SUMMARY





Campus High Proj


ect Area


















Total:


E.L.






Early


Land


Highway-


& Highway


Total
Projec -




No.


% Area


No .


% Area


No.


% Area


Area


Total Population


1,162


(38e3)


1*78


(15.8)


1,61*1


(5U.D


3,031*


White

Non-White


30l*
858


(36.1)
(39.2)


88
390


(10.1*)
(17.8)


392
1,21*9


(1*6.5)
(57.0)


81*3
2,191


Households (d.u.)


381*


(1*2.0)


11*5


(15.8)


£29)


(57.8)


<2lT


White
Non-White


117
267


(ho. 5)
0*2.7)


33
112


(11. U)
(17.9)


150

379


(51.9)
(60.6)


289
626


Families & Individuals


38U


(1*2.0)


11*5


(15.8)


529


(57.8)


915


White
Non-White


117
267


(Ho. 5)
(1*2.7)


33
112


(11.1*)
(17.9)


150
379


(51.9)
(60.6)


289
626


Families


299


(Uo.o)


128


(17.1)


1*27


(57.D


71*7


White
Non-White


91
208


(39.D
(1*0.5)


28
100


(12.0)
(19.5)


119
308


(51.1)
(60.0)


233
511*


Individuals


85


(50.6)


17


(10.1)


102


(60.7)


168


White
Non-White


26
S9


(1*6.1;)

(52.7)


5

12


(8.9)

(10.7)


31

71


(55.3)
(63.1*)


56
112


Businesses


86


(30.3)


137


(1*8.2)


223


(78.5)


28Ii



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EARLY LAND RELOCATION SUMMARY





Number


% of Area


Total Project Area


Total Population


1,162


(38.3)


3,03U


White
Non-White


30U

858


(36.1)
(39.2)


8U3
2,191


Households (d.u.)


38U


(U2.0)


1,181


White

Non-White


117
267


(10.5)
0*2.7)


289
626


Owner-Occupied
Non-Owner-Oc cupied


8U
300


(70.0)
(42.3)


'120
710"


Families & Individuals


38U


(1*2.0)


915


White

Non-White


117
267


(1)0.5)

(1*2.7)


289
626


Families


299


(Uo.o)


7U7


White
Non-White


91

208


(39.1)
(1*0.5)


233
511*


Individuals


85


(50.6)


168


White
Non-White


26


(U6.li)
(52.7)


56
112


Businesses


86


(30.3)


281*



Number



Percent



Size of Hous eho lds to be Displaced

1 person households

2 person households

3 person households
U or more persons

Rehousing

Private rental

Sales

Public housing

Size of Rehousing Required

1 bedroom

2 bedrooms

3 bedrooms

h or more bedrooms



85
Hi;

65
120


(22.1)
(29.7)
(16.9)
(31.3)


138

5i

195


(35.9)
(13.3)
(50.8)


185

119

1*6

31*


(1*8.2)

(31.0)

(12.0)

(8.8)



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CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL URBAN RENEWAL AREA / PROJECT DATA / TOTAL POPULATION
AND DISPLACEMENT



I. TOTAL SURVEY AND PLANNING AREA





White


Non-White


Total


Number of Persons
Persons in Families
Individuals


8U3

787
56


2,191

2,079

112


3,03U

2,866
168


Number of Households
Families
Individuals


289

233

56


626

5ili
112


915
7U7
168



Number of Businesses



28k



II. EARLY LAND ACQUISITION AREA (BRA Displacement)



Number of Persons
Persons in Families
Individuals

Number of Households
Families
Individuals



White


Non-White


Total


30U

278

26


858
799


1,162

1,077

85


117
91
26


267

208

59


38U

299

85



Number of Businesses



86



III. HIGHWAY AREA (DPW Displacement)





White


Non-White


Total


Number of Persons
Persons in Families
Individuals


88

83

5


390

378

12


U78

U61
17


Number of Households
Families
Individuals


33

28

5


112
100

12


11*5

128
17



Number of Businesses



137



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CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL URBAN RENEWAL AREA / PROJECT DATA / TOTAL POPULATION
AND DISPLACEMENT



IV. STUDY AND PLANNING AREA

White Non-White Total

Number of Persons Ii5l 9h3 1,39U

Persons in Families 1;26 902 1,328

Individuals 2$ kl 66

Number of Households 139 2hl 386

Families 11U 206 320

Individuals 25 ij.1 66

Number of Businesses — — 61



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Page 1 of 6




Form approved
Budget Bureau. No. 63-R925.5
















HUD-6122
( 1-66)




DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM

ESTIMATED HOUSING REQUIREMENTS AKD
RESOURCES FOR DISPLACED FAMILIES


PROJECT LOCALITY

Boston, Mass.




PROJECT NAME

Campus High School




PROJECT NUMBER

Mass. E-




INSTRUCriOXS: Place original and one copy in Binder Ho. 1,
and one copy each in other hindert.


EST1MATED LENGTH

OF DISPLACEMENT 2k

PFRinn; T" uns.


DATE OF SUBMISS ION




1. KUK3ER OF FAMILIES IB PROJECT AREA AHD NlvlBER TO BE DISPLACED - EARLY LAND ACQUISITION AREA




FAMILIES


TOTAL


WHITE


NONWHITE




Early Land Acquisition

a. Estimated nusber of families in y rpj^ptyfj-^a .


299


91


208




b. Estisated number to bo displaced from property
to be acquired by LPA


299


91


208




c. Estimated nusber to be displaced from property
to be acquired by other public bodies













d. Estiaated nunber to be displaced by rehabilitation, conservation.
or code enforcement activi ties , from property not to be acquired


N/A


N/A


N/A




II. CHARACTERISTICS OF FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED FROM PROPERTY TO BE ACQUIRED BY LPA




ESTIMATED NUMBER OF FAMILIES


WHITE


NONWHITE




TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS


TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS




a. TOTAL


91


^7


kh


208


178


30




b. Eligible for federally aided public housing


53


38


15


160


ILlLl


16




c. Eligible for State or locally aided public housing


(13)


(9)


(k)


(ill)


(37)


(k)




d. Ineligible for public housing


38


9


29


Il8


3k


Ik




III. •CI!A3ACTESI_STICS OF FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED FROH PROPERTY TO BE ACQUIRED BYarJSSCKCSKLCjaft&LSSC


LPA




ESTIMATED NUMBER OF KGIMXES Single
Person Hnn.sp.hoTrl.q


WHITE


NONWHITE




TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS


TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS




a. TOTAL


26


21


5


^9


<^


*




b. Eligible for federally aided public housing


llL


Ik





ko


35


5




c. Eligible for State or locally aided public housing


(3)


(3)


(0)


(11)


(9)


(2)




d. Ineligible for public housing


12


7


5


19


— IN-







IV. CHARACTERISTICS OF FAMILIES TO DE DISPLACED BY REHA3 ILITATIC.1, CONSERVATION, OR CODE EflFOKCEtSIT

FEfoa property rot to be ACC/JIRZD (Not Applicable)


ACTIVITIES,




ESTIMATED NUMBER OF FAMILIES


WHITE


NONWHITE




TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS


TOTAL


TENANTS


OWNERS




a. TOTAL






















b. Eligible for federally aided public housing
















c. Eligible for State or locally aided public housing
















d. Ineligible for public housing
















V. PROPOSED REHOUSES OF FAMILIES INCLUDED IS BLOCKS II, III, end IV ABOVE




PROPOSED REHOUSIHG


WHITE


NONWHITE




TOTAL


EXIST ING UNITS


NEW UNITS


TOTAL


:x 1 ST ING u


NITS


NEW UNITS




_ D , Families

3 Oil a. TOTAL EIEECIES

.Sine] p. r'pppnpp


91

2A


91

26







508

59


208


,9









13o b. Private rental housing


37

12


37

12


-


70

19


70

2


9


-




pi c. Private tales housing


21i




21|




-


27




27





-


)


-1 rf d. Federally aided public
■'•3 housing


23

11


23

11




106

26


106


'6


-




e. Other public housing


3

7


3

7


-


^7 iu


5
J


-k


-



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HUD-6122
( 1-66)


PROJECT NAME- C ampUS H i f(h School | PROJECT NUMBER MaSS R_


VI. SIZE AMD BEDROOM REQUIREMENTS, BY INCOME, OF FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED FROM PROJECT AREA
(Include all listed under II. III. and IV)


A. SIZE, BY INCOME. OF WHITE FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED FROM PROJECT AREA


MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME


TOTAL NUMBER
OF FAMILIES


NUMBER OF FAMILIES BY FAMILY SIZE »


2


3


il


5


6


7


8


9 OR MORE


TOTAL H7


1 tens.


MEM "3


hh-


21l


9


7


5


2








26


91


$0 - $49








-


-


-


-




-


-


-


$50 - $99








-


-


-


-


-


-


-


-


$100 - $149 18


18





-


-


-


-


-


-


-


-


$150 - $199 10





10


7


3


-


-


-


-


-


-


$200 - $249 17





17


10


2


2


2


1


-


-


-


$250 - $299 18


k


Ik


7


2


2


2


1


-





-


$300 - $349 5>


1


k


3


1


-


-


-


-





_


$350 - $393 7





-?-


— v


1


-


-


2


-


-


_


$400 - $449 12


1


11


7






1


-





_





2


1 "


$450 - $499 5


2


3


2


1


-
















1 $500 or core £-P





25


k


12


h


2


1


2




-




B, BEDROOM REQUIHESENTS. BY INCOME, OF WHITE FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED


MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME


total Number
of families


BEDROOM REQUIREMENTS


1 BEDROOM


2 BEDROOMS


3 BEDROOMS


U BEDROOMS


5 OR MORE


TOTAL


117


lifers.


2 Pers


M


111


2





26


18


$0 - $49



















$50 - $99











-


-


-


-


$100 - $149


18


18





-


-


-


-


$150 - $199


10





7


3


-


-


-


$200 - S249


17





10


h


3


-


-


$250 - $299


18


1+


5


6


3


_


_


$300 - $349


5


1


2


2


-


_


_


$350 - $339


7





3


2


2


-


-


$400 - $449


12


1


5


5


1


-


~*


,' $450 • $499
j


5


2


2


1


-


-




$500 or noro


25





k


Ik


5


2


-



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project name C ampus His:h School


| PROJECT KUHBER ft


ass. R-




VI. SIZE AMD BEDROOM REQUIREMBITS, 6Y IMCOHE, OF FAMILIES
(Include all litttd under 11. III. and IV)


TO BE DISPLACED FfiOM


PROJECT AREA— Contlni


•d


C SIZE BY INCOME. OF NOKSHITE FAMILIES TO BE DISPLACED FROM PROTECT AREA


MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME


TOTAL NUMBER
OF FAMILIES




NUMBER OF FAMILIES


BY FAMILY


SIZE 1




2


3


It


5


6


7


8


9 OR MORE


TOTAL 267


1 feral


Fains.


70


U-l


39


1*


11+


13


6


10


^9


208


$0 - $49












-


-


-


-


-


-


$50 - $99 8


8





-


-


-


-


-


-


-


-


$100 - $149 2[l


2li


°


-


-


-


-


-


-


-


-


$150 - $199 [l6


15


31


17


9


5


-


-


-


-


-


$200 - $249 36


7


29


Ik


8


3


2


1


1


-


-


$250 - $299 llO


2


38


13


3


7


I*


3


5


1


2


$300 - $349 27


1


26


10


3


5


2


2


2


2


-


$350 - $339 20





2-0-




8


5


2


. 1


2


-


2






$400 - $449 2[l


2


22


5






2


1


-


1


-


~~S


5


$450 - $499 18





18


7


1


1






2


1


k


— 1


' 1


$500 or nore2LL


O


21+


! k


1


8


2


s


~~i


-^-|_?_


| D. BEDBOOM REQUIREMENTS. BY INCCft


E. 0" HONWHITS FAMILIES TO 3£ DISPLACED








MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME


TOTAL NUMBER
OF FAMILIES




BEDROOM


REQUIREMENTS




1 BE6R0.CM


2 BEDROOMS


3


BEDROOMS


li BEDROOMS


5 OR WORE


TOTAL


267




L iters.'


2^ar£




82


32


22


10


£9


62


SO - $49











-




-


-


£50 • $99


8


8





-


-


-


-


$100 - £149


2Il


2k





- .


-


-


-


$150 - $199


¥>


**


15


16


-


-


-


$200 - $249


36


7


11


ILL


3


1


-


$250 - £299


i.0


2


12


10


8


6


2


$300 - $349


27


1


8-


9


5


k


-


£350 - £399


20








12


ll.


2


2


£400 - £449


21].


2

!


5


12


3


2


-


£450 - £499


18





7


2


2


3


1+


j

> $500 or more


' 2Il





k


7


7


i]


2



Draw a zigzag line dif fereatiating eligible from ineligible families, by family size, for admission to public housing.



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( 1-66)


PROJECT NAME

Campus High School


PROJECT NUMBER

Mass. R-


VII. ESTIMATED REHOUSING REQUIREMENTS AMD AVAILABILITY


A. NUMBER OF UNITS REQUIRED AND EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE DURING DISPLACEMENT PERIOD TO WHITE FAMILIES


TYPE OF HOUSING

117


1 BEDROOM


2 BEDROOMS


3 BEDROOMS


H BEDROOMS


5 OR MORE BEDROOMS


RE-
QUIRED


TO BE
AVAILA8LE"


RE-
QUIRED


TO BE
AVAILABLE


RE-
QU IRED


T0 BE
AVAILABLE


RE-
QUIRED


TO BE
AVAILABLE


RE-
QUIRED


TO BE
AVAILABLE


EXIST-
ING


NEW


EXIST-
ING


NEW


EXIST-
ING


NEW


EXIST-
ING


NEW


EXIST-
ING


NEW


1. PUBLIC HOUSING LlIl


22


61l6


906


10


91l9


58


li


623


178





166


262





14-3


306


a. Federally
aided


b. State or

locally aided


5


166




2


659




1


553




_


76






19.




2. STANDARD PRIVATE
RENTAL HOUSING


3k


1065


lh


13


123C


126


2


636


306





316


80





121




TOTALl|_9


«c

H
Z

W

(S

H
Z

o

25

Ui

m

o

cc
a


Under £40


-


70




-


17




-


3




-


1




-


_




$40 - $49




113






75




-


13







3







1




$50 - $59


-


116




-


123







39




-


11




-


3




$60 - $69


8


1Ll8




-


175




-


67




-


22




-


6




$70 - $79


6


179


kk


-


200




-


101




-


k2




-


10




$80 - $89


7


133


30


-


212


81l


-


133


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