(Replaced by Ordinance No. 174180; amended by Ordinance No. 186028, effective May 15, 2013.)
A. Owners of Federal Preservation Projects who have decided to “opt out” must provide to each affected building tenant a notice of 210 days of intent to do so if the owner is opting out of a long-term contract, and 150 days if the owner is opting out of a one-year extension to a long-term contract. The notice shall specify:
1. whether the owner intends to withdraw the property from the Section 8 program;
2. whether the owner intends to convert the participating property to a nonparticipating use; and
3. whether the owner is involved in negotiations with HUD or the State of Oregon Housing and Community Services Department regarding an extension of an expiring contract
B. Owners of Federal Preservation Projects who have decided to “opt out” may not disturb any tenancy other than for cause defined in the contract, for a period of 180 days after expiration of the contract, if the City has paid or arranged to pay to the owner on the first day of each month, the monthly subsidy that the owner was receiving under the contract.
C. PHB shall identify and make available adequate financial resources for tenant relocation assistance for all tenants who experience involuntary displacement from Federal Preservation Properties. PHB shall request voluntary contributions to a tenant relocation fund. from owners of Federal Preservation Projects who have decided to “opt out.”