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In a dynamic, fast-moving program like Model Cities, any program descriptions-such as this handbook-can only hope to describe the program as it was at one moment in time.
As this material is written, it may already be dated by onrushing events. Some projects will be modified to meet new needs; some may be abandoned, and new projects will certainly be initiated. Change, an ever present factor in this program, reflects the vitality and action-orientation of its participants.
Although definite funding figures are supplied for each project, the reader should be aware that these are subject to negotiation as project contracts are written. Similarly, project descriptions may be varied as the Model Cities program is implemented.
Thirteen new projects were approved by City Council and submitted to HUD at the end of March, 1970. Descriptions of these projects, as well as the latest information on approved projects, may be found in an addendum at the back of the text.
Model Cities, of course, will be pleased to supply on request up-to-the minute information about each project and its funding.
Public Works Department
Greater Kansas City Mental Health Foundation
Baptist and Community Hospital Association, Inc.
Don Bosco Community Center