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Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:59 pm
by JaxUnicorn
Attached is a report I received a few weeks ago from Bryan Mosier with Municipal Code Compliance Division as a result of a Public Records Request. My request was for a list of all demolitions carried out using NSP1, NSP3 and CDBG funds, as well as copies of procurement bids, name of contractor, any change orders, draws, checks, vouchers, checks and/or requisition orders (including HUD draws) related to payment to the demolition contractors.

The 178 properties listed on the report appear to have been paid for by using NSP1 funding (per the accounting info at the top). That means there could be many more yet to come.

GENERAL ACCOUNTING INFO (per 02/12/13 email from KScott)

NSP1 Accounting Info:
Index: HNH1A3HPDC
Project: NSP006 Sub-object: 09995
Grant: PDC023 Grant Detail: 09

NSP3 Accounting Info:
Index: HNH1A3HPDC
Project: NSP304 Sub-object: 09995
Grant: PDC023 Grant Detail: 11

CDBG Accounting Info:
Index: ERCD1A1
Sub-Object: 08301
Project: 004797
Grant: PDC001 Grant Detail: 13

CDBG Accounting Info (possible different acct):
(Found in an email from KScott dated 05/22/12)
Index: HNCD1A1BGLC
Sub-Object: ???
Project: 004600
Grant: PDC001 Grant Detail: 12

Re: Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2014 11:59 am
by Debbie Thompson
I converted to Excel with Adobe Pro so it's easier to manipulate the data.
Demolition Spreadsheet - PR Req.xml
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Re: Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:05 pm
by Cathy_Campbell
I can't open it.

Re: Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2014 11:45 am
by Debbie Thompson
Neither can I now, darn it. I guess that whole conversion things doesn't work well.

Re: Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2014 3:51 pm
by movedsouth
converted to "regular" excel and PDF and text file

Re: Demolition Data (spreadsheets and such)

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 9:03 am
by JaxUnicorn
That's great! I need to learn how to convert a .pdf to Excel!