1 YMCA of Greater Louisville Chestnut Street Family YMCA 930 West Chestnut Street 7405 - (502)587 ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT The YMCA of Greater Louisville, Chestnut Street Branch, is a multi - purpose social service S upportive Housing center that provides Single Room Occupancy (SRO) for homeless males who are able to maintain themselves in independent living. The minimum age is eighteen (18) years. living in the YMCA, you agree to abide by the ho u sing rules, which follow. They are While fe, clean and comfortable. Violation of the rules can and will intended to make the YMCA sa lead to eviction. 1. PLEASE RESPECT THE YMCA, ITS EMPLOYEES, TENANTS, PARTICIPANTS AND MEMBERS - It is expected that you will respect the YMCA, th it. This includes it’s property, volunteers, and everyone involved wi not committing crimes against the YMCA or anyone involved with the YMCA. 2. EMERGENCY EXITS ARE FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY – Do not open the th emergency exit doors on the 10 street side of the building (first floor). Use the front doors to enter and leave the building. Entrances are locked in the evenings . The desk clerk on duty will buzz you through the door. Stay off the fire escape unless there is a fire . Only resi dents All guests must register at the front desk in the YMCA lobby. - 3. GUEST S will be allowed in the building after 9 :00 PM. 4. S , FRIENDS OR RELATIVES are permitted on the residence floors. All NO GUEST guests must be entertained in the front lobby on the first floor. THE FRONT LOBBY is not for 5. sleeping, drinking or excessive noise. Please do not “hang out” in the front lobby unless you have a guest or other business to attend to there. st of each month. The rooms here are subsidized 6. ROOM RENT – Rent is due on the 1 through Louisville Metro Housing Authority and the rent is i ncome based (i.e. a tenant pays 30% of their income and people without income are also accepted). 7. ROOM OCCUPANCY – The room rented shall be occupied only by the person to whom it is rented. Neither the YMCA nor any of its employees will be responsible fo r the loss or damage of any item by fire, theft or other cause. Please k eep the room door locked at all times when not occupying the room. Any YMCA staff member or assigned on security officer may request that a Tenant show his room key or YMCA identificati card at any time for identification purposes. City law prohibits cooking in sleeping rooms. Residents NO COOKING IN ROOMS – 8. or other electrical cooking devices are not permitted to use hot plates, toasters , coffee pot, in their rooms. tion. I also I understand breaking any of these violations can and lead to immediate evic understand breaking any three violations will lead to immediate eviction.
2 9. ELECTRICAL HEAT ERS are NOT permitted. They are a fire hazard and can overload electrical circuits. 10. NO PETS are permitted in the resident’s rooms. Residents are expected to keep their room clean and sanitary. Rooms 11. CLEAN LINESS – will be checked on a regular basis by s taff to assure cleanliness. Staff also reserves the right to perform a room inspection on any room, at any given time – without notice. 12. CHORES - You will be assigned a chore. It is to be completed daily by 12 noon. 13. in. HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE: A limited su pply of linen will be provided at check - Pest control, health department officials and other necessary officials will be given access to residential rooms as necessary with a staff member present. room in as good condition as they found 14. R OOMS Residents are expected to keep their them. Nails or tacks must not be driven into woodwork. Posters or pictures must not be stuck to the walls. The occupant will be charged for damages, alterations to furnitur e or fixtures or walls other than ordinary wear. No te the condition of your room when you first enter it and report any damage to walls or furniture to the person making the room condition report. Residents are responsible for damage that may result from their negligence. 15. PERSONAL APPEARANCE Residents ar e expected to be dressed appropriately in the common areas. This includes personal hygiene. 16. NO TRASH OR GARBAGE IN HALLWAYS OR STAIRWELLS – Bathroom trash containers are for bathroom items. Other trash is to be placed in containers in the YMCA n the parking lot. dumpster o 17. Use of fire extinguishers for FIRE EQ UIPMENT FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY – any other purpose is strictl y prohibited and can lead to fin es or imprisonment under city law. 18. A COMPLETELY NO SMOKING IN BED OR IN THE BUILDING – THIS IS NON - SMOKING FACILITY. THIS INCLUDES THE BUILDING AND PARKING LOT. 19. anything out of the windows. DO NOT THROW OR HANG 20. KEEP NOISE WITHIN LIMITS – Please keep the noise in your room to a respectable volume at all times. In order to convenience the greater number, res idents are asked to , or other unnecessary noise after lking, singing, use of radio, TV refrain from loud ta 11:00 PM. I understand breaking any of these violations can and lead to immediate evic tion. I also understand breaking any three violations will lead to immediate eviction.
3 21. PERSONAL CONDUCT/DRUG/ALCOHOL BEVERAGE/ GUNS – It is assumed that the residents will at all times conduct themselves as gentlemen and in harmony with the ideals of the YMCA. Gambling, profanity, the use of alcoholic beverages, the use of illegal drugs, the possession of and/or the use of firearms of deadly weapons, all prohibited and shall be sufficient cause for eviction . are The pre pictures or posters in the residence rooms are questionable [ sence of any Threatening behavior, be and shall be sufficient cause for eviction positively ) prohibited . it verbal or physical, is prohibited on or off the premises of the YMCA against anyone, in cluding but not limited to staff members, visitors, employees, guest, or another tenant, is prohibited and shall be sufficient cause for eviction. There shall be NO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS OR INTOXICATION ! Public intoxication is prohibited and shall sufficient cause for eviction. also be YMCA PHYSICAL FACILITIE S /PROGRAMS 22. tically : Residency does not automa entitle you to particip ate in activities without membership or payment of services rendered. Adult Memberships are available (see resident counselor). 23. ABS ENCE – If you plan to be absent from your room for a week or longer, you must notify the resident counselor . 24. KEYS – Each resident receives a key to his room. If you lose your key $10.00 will be withheld from your deposit. This applies to your mailbox key as well. – 25. When you leave your room and its furnishings and decorations are to be in MOVING the same condition as they were when you moved in. Allowance is made for reasonable use o wear and tear . r Within thirty days (30) of your leaving, mana REFUND – 26. gement will refund your deposit or furnish you with a statement of claims made against it. 27. SECURITY DEPOSIT can be used for unpaid rent, missing property, damage to the room or its contents, court costs and missing and fees, storage of personal property p roperty . 28. MANDATORY RE QUIREMENTS Residents must meet quarterly or with resident counselor upon notification. to meet together at least monthly to Residents are required by the housing agreement discuss concerns and make recommendations to the staff. Must b e employed or involved in one of the following: 1. Employed 2. Volunteering services 3. Enrolled in school or in a valid training program 4. Give consent to be TB tested I hereby agree to abide by the rules as so stated in the YMCA Chestnut Street Branch Articles of Agreement. I understand that violating any of these rules may result in eviction. __________________________________ _____________ Date Resident Signature tion. I also I understand breaking any of these violations can and lead to immediate evic understand breaking any three violations will lead to immediate eviction.
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