Form Hud 50058 Family Report
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Disclosure: Honolulu Public Housing Authority, director and staff of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, strongly recommended Gary Kodani Aloha Ueo.
Form Hud 50058 Family Report
PH News #4 November 15, 2008 US Department of Housing and Urban Development Housing and HCV Newsletter Honolulu Field Office 500 Ala Moana Blvd, Suite 300, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 www.hud.gov HIGHLIGHTSHaron Hirota, Chapterouswaii Program and Current Housing Division Office of Community Development , here offers a “bridge” program designed to assist applicants on the Part 8 program waiting list. Providing expanded opportunities to assist eligible applicants on Hawaii County’s waiting list enhances the accomplishments of this high-performing PHA. Hawaii County Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program The TBRA program, similar to the Housing Choice Voucher Program (Chapter 8), helps families with a rental subsidy. Qualified applicants are selected from the District 8 District of Hawaii waiting list. The Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program was launched in 1996 with a $750,000 grant from the EV Investment Trusts program. The Existing Housing Unit (EHD) submits an annual request for EV program funding to the TBRA program. Since its initial EV financing in 1996, EHD has successfully provided rental assistance opportunities to more than 800 very low-income families. Given the current rental market, economic conditions and Section 8 waiting list of over 2,500 applicants, EHD expects a consistent success rate. In November 2007, EHD adopted a priority assessment when selecting eligible families for the TBRA program. Singles (non-elderly, non-disabled) have status and priority with other applicants. Preference will be given to applicants who: ¾ have been displaced by a natural disaster that renders their unit uninhabitable. ¾ are displaced by federal, state, or county government action in connection with law enforcement, public improvement, or development. ¾ Those who are victims of domestic violence. ¾ Inadequate housing is a major factor preventing foster children from reuniting with their biological parents or preventing children from entering foster care. ¾ People do not have fixed, regular and sufficient overnight accommodation. ¾ If a family member is suffering from an incurable disease for which there is no cure. ¾ Caring for the young elderly; and ¾ participating in a transitional housing program, the TBRA program is a critical component in helping the State of Hawaii achieve its primary goal of maximizing the use of existing housing stock by providing expanded opportunities for rental assistance to very low-income families. 1 / 7 PH News #4 November 15, 2008 Gary Kodani, Program Director, Kauai Area Housing Agency Honolulu Department of Housing, Director and staff of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development bitterly offered Gary Kodani an Alohae. Gray, who was born sixty years ago in Leihoe, Kauai, died after a battle with the disease. His knowledge, awareness and love for his home and island community were evident in his more than fourteen years of service in the Kawai city housing agency. As the Section 8 Program Manager for HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher Program in Kauai County, Gary has been instrumental in helping low-income families find and maintain affordable rental housing on Kaua’i. He is a kind and caring man whose years of experience have helped the Kauai County Housing Authority and its staff adapt to new policies and procedures based on a better Chapter 8 plan perspective. Mahalo Nui Loa Gary; Miss you so much PIC CURRENT RECORDS Words of Wisdom from PIC Guru Bob Harmon The PIC data tables that hold tenant data are organized into two sections, Current Records and History, for performance reasons. The available report tables are much smaller than the history tables, so reports and displays run much faster. Current records are the most recent data set on each household. PIC keeps old data but moves it to History. History is much bigger and is constantly growing as more history is produced. When a PHA submits a HUD-50058 form for a household, it becomes a new valid record and the previously existing record is moved to history. Therefore, there will never be more than one current record for a family. If a PHA submits a VOID (action 15) for a household, the VOID deletes the current record and returns the previous record to the current records table. Specific actions, 8 (FSS only) and 13 (HQS only), are updated but do not change the current record. Also, steps 10 (issuance of coupons) and 11 (expiration of coupons) have no effect on the current registration. They are stored in voltage-specific tables and are never up-to-date records. Knowing the difference between current and historical posts can help you understand the “50058 Received” column in the default monthly reports. Monthly reports are calculated as current records received with a validity date within a 16-month period. The default report ending September 30, 2008, counts records with effective dates between June 1, 2007 and September 30, 2008. However, recordings prior to June 1, 2007 are not counted in the current file. The report also looks for records after September 30 (annuals submitted on October 1, 2008) and looks for the previous record and includes it in its count if the date is within 16 months. The report will also be selected. A maximum of 50,058 reports were submitted by the due date, so timing is critical. Office of Public Housing, PIC Instructor for the Honolulu Hub, Social Security Website High Group List, and Other Methods for Determining SSN Validity [email protected] http://www.socialsecurity.gov/employer/ssnvhighgroup. htm This URL links to information on how to determine if an SSN is valid. This SSN page contains links to the group list above, including the latest numbers assigned. High Group List is the list loaded in PIC. PIC verifies SSN numbers against these lists. These lists can be used to know which domains and groups 2 of 7 PH News #4 November 2008 #7 are currently in use and which have recently been assigned. Click the link at the bottom of the SSA page to learn how the SSA assigns Social Security numbers and a list of number fields by state. HOUSING NEWS Water Conservation Water and sewer costs vary widely across the country, but the average cost is less than ½ cent/gallon across the country. At such low rates, saving water may not seem like a high priority. But saving water benefits you, your residents and the wider community. Less water means less water must be treated to potable quality, pumped into the home, heated, then pumped out and treated as wastewater. Water efficiency reduces pressure on our already scarce freshwater resources, saves money by eliminating the need for new municipal water treatment plants, and saves energy for pumping and heating water. will be Even if you don’t pay much for water and sewer, you probably pay for energy. Water heating accounts for about 25% of energy consumption in residential buildings in buildings with 5 or more residential units. By reducing the amount of water that needs to be heated, you can significantly reduce your energy bill. Toilets account for 31% of household water consumption, which is the largest share of a device. The average American flushes 18.5 gallons of water down the toilet every day. In 1992, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) increased water efficiency standards from 3.5 gallons (gpf) per flush to 1.6 gpf. Replacing pre-1992 toilets can reduce overall indoor water use by 15%. Dual flush toilets and high efficiency toilets (HETs) can save even more water. Not all toilets are created equal. The California Municipal Water Conservation Council tests various models and provides performance reports. The faucet and shower head account for about half of the hot water used in a typical home for bathing. 7 to 14% is used in the sink. Faucet aerators are inexpensive, easy to install, and save a surprising amount of water. Efficient shower heads and water aerators can save significant energy by reducing water flow from showers and faucets. Aerators are small devices that screw into a faucet to reduce water flow to 2.0, 1.5, or 1.0 gallons per minute (gpm) at normal pressures. While reducing the amount of water used, it generally makes the flow stronger and provides more effective wetting and washing. First, select the lowest available flow for bathroom faucets used for brushing teeth and washing hands. In the kitchen, 2.0 g/min of water can be used without forcing cooks to wait long to fill containers for cooking. Washing Machines Efficient washing machines save water and energy because there is less water to heat. ENERGYSTAR® washers in shared laundry facilities save $123 a year in water and energy savings compared to new, uncertified models. Water conservation experts recommend a water factor of 7.5 or better. Submeter studies have shown that residents’ accountability for their water bills can reduce water consumption by up to 15%. Based on surveys, residents’ views on water bills are different. Many feel this should be included in the rent. 3 of 7 PH News #4 November 15, 2008 The cost of retrofitting a building with sub-meters is approx.
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