Farish Street Financial Timeline

 

 

DATE

AMOUNT ($)

SOURCE

PURPOSE

1 10/9/81

200,000

CDBG* Revitalization study
2

34,000

CDBG Extension of study
3 7/23/82

100,000

Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities via JSU Historical survey of Farish Street
4 12/10/89

1,600,000

CDBG Infrastructure, business loans, housing
5

85,000

CDBG Farish Street park
6 11/22/94

50,000

Jackson/Hinds Co. Mary Means (Means Consulting)
7 11/22/95

1,500,000

State of Ms. Alamo renovation
8 3/7/96

130,000

National Trust for Historic Preservation/State of Ms. Renovation of Scott Ford House
9

200,000

Acquisition of property in Farish St. district
10 3/26/98

2,500,000

National Equity Fund; $600,000 from local banks; $350,000, CDBG (city) “Rehab” of 37 historic houses
11 4/27/99

6,000,000

State of Ms. Farish St. revitalization
12 4/27/99

6,000,000

Fannie Mae Farish St. revitalization (matching of state funds
13 3/23/01

1,500,000

HUD? Infrastructure
14 5/22/01

900,000

City of Jackson water and sewer fund Infrastructure
15 1/12/02

74,000

($50,000 J. Paul Getty Trust; $12,500 Ms. Dept. Archives and History; $3,500 Gannett, Inc.; $8,000 ChemFirst, Inc.) Farish St./Scott-Ford Museum
16 3/8/11

210,000

Civil rights grant(?) Medgar Evers House Museum
  TOTAL

21,082,000

*(Community Development Block Grant – HUD)

Not included in this document are amounts for donations of real estate (e.g.: from state of Mississippi; donation of Alamo from Sunburst Bank), funding for the Smith-Robertson Museum and contract fees paid to Performa Entertainment and subsequent developers.

1) Hester, Lea Ann. “City expected to extend study of Farish Street.” The Clarion-Ledger 19 October 1981: 1B. Print.
2) Ibid.
3) Hester, Lea Ann. “Farish: Older than thought?” The Clarion-Ledger 23 July 1801: 1B. Print.
4) Scruggs, Afi-Odelia E. “Development plan fails to revitalize Farish Street.” The Clarion-Ledger 10 December 1989: 1A. Print.
5) Ibid.
6) Simmons, Grace. “Farish Street consultants to share info.” The Clarion-Ledger 9 October 1993: (no page cited)
7) Gates, Jimmie. “Renovation closer for Farish Street’s Alamo Theatre.” The Clarion-Ledger 22 November 1995: (no page cited)
8) Harris, Barbara. The Jackson Advocate. “Farish Street Historic District gets infusion of national, state funding.” 7 March 1996: 1A. Print.
9) Ibid.
10) Fleming, Eric. “Farish Street renovation under way.” The Mississippi Link. 26 March 1998. 1A: Print.
11) Henderson, Monique H. “Draft document targets Farish St. Historic District:12M allotted for development of district.” The Clarion-Ledger. 27 April 1999. 1B Print.
12) Ibid.
13) Mayer, Greg. “$1.5M grant going to Farish Street.” The Clarion-Ledger. 22 March 2001. 1B: Print.
14) Ibid.
15) _______. “Black museum receives grant.” The Picayune Item. 12 January 2000. (no page cited)
16) Mitchell, Jerry. “$2M-plus in grants awarded to state civil rights sites.” (“$210,000 will help stabilize the foundation and repair the Medgar Evers House Museum in Jackson.”) The Clarion-Ledger. 3 August 2011. (no page cited)

 

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