Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This series consists of: (1) resolutions, (2) proposals, (3) letters, (4) contracts, (5) general correspondence, (6) minutes, (7) press releases, (8) lists of committee members, (9) copies of legislation proposed by the Commission, (10) two copies of the Commission's final report and tapes which document all phases of the work of the A-FCSC. The Commission was appointed by the Governor in 1977 to thoroughly and objectively analyze the delivery of governmental services and revenues of Fulton...
Dates: Created: 1977-1978
Scope and Contents This series consists of: (1) correspondence, memoranda, and supporting papers between the unit and Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Washington, the Governor, etc.; (2) materials documenting task force meetings (agenda, minutes, etc.), and (3) related material created by the Community and Economic Development unit of the Department of Community Affairs. The Appalachian Regional Commission Child Development program was transferred from the Intergovernmental Relations Division of the Office...
Dates: Created: 1976-1982
Scope and Contents This series consists of: (1) correspondence, memoranda, and supporting papers between the unit and Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Washington, the Governor, etc.; (2) materials documenting task force meetings (agenda, minutes, etc.;), and (3) related material created by the Community and Economic Development unit of the Department of Community Affairs. The Appalachian Regional Commission Health program was transferred from the Intergovernmental Relations Division of the Office of Planning...
Dates: Created: 1976-1981
Scope and Contents This series is composed of photocopied and original records relating to projects withdrawn, refused, and completed by the Appalachian Regional Commission. Most of the records are unbound, however a significant portion of them are bound. The records in this series include, but are not limited to: 1) grant applications and agreements, 2) funding and project status reports, 3) budget reviews and revisions, 4) Local Development District Guidelines, 5) grant award notices, 6) memos and...
Dates: Created: 1981-1983
Community Affairs - Community and Economic Development - Coastal Plains Regional Commission Project Files
Scope and Contents This series consists of: (1) feasibility studies, (2) project narratives and supporting papers, (3) progress reports, and (4) final reports. The documents relate to projects receiving federal and State Coastal Plains Regional Commission funds. These projects involve areas of: (1) agriculture/forestry products, (2) the environment, (3) industry, (4) marine resources, (5) transportation, (6) travel, (7) community development, (8) education, (9) tourism, (10) arts and crafts, and (11) energy....
Dates: Created: 1970-1981
Community Affairs - Community and Economic Development - Coastal Plains Regional Commission Subject Files
Scope and Contents This series consists of: (1) correspondence, memoranda and directives between State Coastal Plains Regional Commission (CPRC) officials and the Governor, State and federal officials and representatives; (2) minutes, agenda and related papers of CPRC meetings (CPRC Governors, Commission, alternates, task force, etc.); (3) annual investment plans and the Coastal Plains Regional Commission Development Plan; (4) project packages, and (5) related materials. These files relate to all areas of...
Dates: Created: 1970
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS - COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT DESIGN ASSISTANCE MATERIALS - 1980 - 2018
Scope and Contents Biographical / Historical Note: The Georgia Main Street Program began in 1980 as a pilot program for the National Main Street Initiative launched by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This program uses public and private partnership to revitalize downtown areas, promote tourism and employment, and preserve historic buildings throughout Georgia.Dept of Community Affairs: The mission of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA), created in 1977 is to partner with...
Dates: 1980 - 2018
Dates: Created: FY 1972 - FY 1974
Community Affairs - Community and Economic Development - Local Assistant Coordinating Office Project Files
Dates: Created: 1972-FY 1974
Community Affairs - Community Economic Development - Local Assistant Coordinating Office Block Grant (CDBG) Files
Dates: Created: 1971-1974
Scope and Contents This series contains: (1) originals and copies of correspondence, (2) Department policy and procedure statements, (3) directives, (4) memorandums, (5) copies of speeches, and (6) other working papers documenting all phases of the work of the Department of Community Affairs. This work specifically includes special projects involving coordinated efforts of the Department and local government agencies in Georgia, cooperative efforts involving federal, state and local governments and national...
Dates: Created: 1975-1979
Scope and Contents This series contains the newsletter of the Division of Community Affairs. It apparently has no regular time of publication. It is aimed at local governing officials concerned with developmental activities and those agencies with expertise in such areas.
Dates: Created: 1973-1978
Scope and Contents This series contains minutes, either verbatim or summary, of meetings of the Board of Community Development which in 1977 changed its name to the Board of Community Affairs. As is the case with all such records, these minutes include; (1) agendas; (2) lists of members present; (3) reports of actions initiated in meetings; (4) regular and special reports of commissions, councils and committees; (5) exhibits, and (6) announcements. Among subjects discussed or reports submitted might be: (1)...
Dates: Created: 1978-1979
Scope and Contents In 1967,the General Assembly approved legislation (GA Laws 1967, pp 252 - 259) which greatly expanded the Bureau's (now called Dept. of Community Affairs) duties and powers, and transferred the Bureau to the Executive Department. These new duties gave the Bureau the responsibility of working with other state departments, bureaus, and agencies, helping them to study their development plans and increase efficiency in performing their functions. The Bureau would also give planning advice and...
Dates: Created: 1966-1967
Scope and Contents These publications are aimed primarily at local planning commissions, city managers and others engaged in community planning and development programs, many of which are financed by federal funds. Consequently, most of the titles listed are promotional or procedural in intent. They also often point out what has been accomplished in the field in order to stimulate interest and incentive to do more.
Dates: Created: 1973-1997
Scope and Contents This series consists of correspondence between the Planning Bureau and those interested in State Parks and outdoor Recreation. The range of this correspondence includes that of professional, as well as that of non professional, people. The correspondence includes the following: (1) Citizen Workshops for Clean Water; (2) Meetings re: Economic Population Projections; (3) Soil conservation workshops; (4) Southeast Council of Outdoor Recreation Planners; (5) Correspondence: (a) Out of State; (b)...
Dates: Created: 1965-1966
Scope and Contents These news clippings give a brief mention of various recreation activities in the state. The information in the clippings is not very detailed. Most of the clippings relate to boating and camping activities.
Dates: Created: 1966-1967
Scope and Contents Area Planning and Development commissions began in Georgia in 1947 with Atlanta's Metropolitan Planning Commission; other commissions were formed after 1961. The functions of the commissions are to provide a means for area towns and counties to collectively consider economic development programs, to serve as an area clearinghouse of planning information, and to encourage area wide cooperation in developing highways, recreation facilities, tourism, and industrial development. The commissions...
Dates: Created: 1947-1982
Scope and Contents This file series contains grant applications, third party contracts, review reports, and limited correspondence which are created as a result of the preparation of planning studies by the Office of Regional Planning, Community Affairs Division. This office prepares these studies to investigate local problems, conditions, and prerequisites of economic development, urban and regional planning, and governmental management. The supervision files reflect the administrative procedural steps of...
Dates: Created: FY71-1976
Scope and Contents This series is composed entirely, and only, of activity reports. These reports are arranged chronologically and alphabetically on a monthly basis. The material found in this series is similar to the commission's Logbooks (RGSGSERIES 66-4-13) and Newsletters (RGSGSERIES 6-4-14), but is most similar to the Annual Reports (RGSGSERIES 6-4-7). The material found in this series isn't very extensive in breadth or depth. It does provide clues of when projects were started. The various activities...
Dates: Created: 1965-1966
Scope and Contents These published annual reports contain an account of the area commissions' activities during the previous fiscal year. These reports concentrate on the activities of the Area commission's staff rather than those of the county and municipal commissions within its jurisdiction. The quantity of the information contained in these reports varies widely from commission to commission. Most of the reports are very brief and contain very little information. The better quality of the reports...
Dates: Created: 1964-1974
Scope and Contents In 1954, the United States Congress passed an amendment to the Housing Act of 1949, which provided Federal assistance to communities of less than 50,000 population, for the purposes of planning their future development by using certain sociological, economic, and environmental criteria, i.e. future land use, economic bases, population studies, neighborhood analyses, etc. Under Section 701 of the Housing Act, Congress made this financial assistance available, through state planning agencies, to...
Dates: Other: Dummy Date
Scope and Contents This series consists of newsletters published by the Area Planning and Development Commissions. These newsletters are listed below. The type of material found in them is limited to small news items (no depth coverage), all concerned with the commission's activities. These issues give an adequate account of the monthly activities of the commission. There are often missing issues within the dates.
Dates: Created: 1966-1968
Scope and Contents This series consists of loose material which contain summaries of the various programs and activities each commission completed in the fiscal year. This material is very similar to the Commissions' annual reports (RGSGSERIES 66-4-7). The logbooks usually have more detailed information, and contain a great deal more information concerning the various projects throughout the counties within the commission's area. The type of information contained in this series is the following: (1) Press...
Dates: Created: 1965-1968
Scope and Contents The published volumes listed below are some of the publications the Bureau of State Planning (now Dept. of Community Affairs) used for reference. They are studies of various aspects of community planning by persons other than the officers and staff members of the Bureau. Most of the studies were made by college and university departments of social sciences. The staff members of the Bureau used these studies as guidelines upon which to formulate their plans of creating the development...
Dates: Created: 1962-1970
Community Affairs - Planning and Programming Division - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Urban Agency Correspondence
Scope and Contents This correspondence is concerned with the planning programs conducted in the counties and municipalities of Georgia. The Bureau of State Planning and Community affairs was the state agency which approved the local planning 701 studies, and then arranged with the Urban Planning Agency for the financing of these studies. The correspondence and related material in this series is the prelude to the 701 studies listed in RGSGSERIES 66-4-4. The subject matter in this series consists of the...
Dates: Other: Dummy Date
Community Affairs - State Model Cities Coordinating Unit - Economic Development Loans Correspondence
Scope and Contents The purpose of the Agency is to help stimulate economic development in economically depressed areas. In an effort to fulfill this purpose the agency approves loans to small businessmen and local governmental agencies. The material included in these folders are the following: (1) Applications from businesses or local government agencies for loans, approved under the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965; (2) Statements from principle stockholders or local governmental agencies...
Dates: Created: 1966-1967
Scope and Contents Included are correspondence, reports, newspaper articles, statistical tables and similar papers maintained by the State office that coordinated the Model Cities Program in Georgia. The Model Cities Program was funded as a demonstration grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of 1966. Its goals were to improve housing, recreational opportunities, health, education, and economic well being of urban...
Dates: Created: 1969-1973