its Permanent Injunction. The defendants, however, still do not appear to be serious about their obligation and responsibility to "take such actions as may be necessary to make" vacant federal properties available to assist the homeless. As a result, the Court finds it necessary to again issue injunctive relief to require the defendants to comply with their statutory responsibility.
ORDER - February 13, 1991, Filed
Upon consideration of plaintiffs' motion for further injunctive relief, defendants' opposition thereto, the arguments of counsel in open Court and the entire record herein, and for the reasons set forth in the accompanying Memorandum, it is by the Court this 13th day of February, 1991,
ORDERED that the plaintiffs' motion be, and hereby is, granted in part, and denied in part; and is further
ORDERED that defendants must take the following actions to be in compliance with the Court's Permanent Injunction and Section 501 of the McKinney Act:
(1) HUD must during each quarter perform a comprehensive canvass to determine whether landholding agencies have property that is unutilized, underutilized, excess, or surplus.
(2) HUD's canvassing letters must indicate that HUD, and not the landholding agency, is to make all suitability determinations.
(3) HHS must provide with the environmental questionnaire a direct reference person who can provide the homeless provider with assistance on how to complete the questionnaire.
(4) HHS must provide with the environmental questionnaire information on how applicants can obtain environmental information that is within the defendants' possession.
(5) HHS must, if necessary, provide assistance to applicants in obtaining environmental information that is within the defendants' possession.
(6) HHS must allow an intent to apply for Title IV funds to be sufficient to satisfy the homeless provider's financial showing requirement.
(7) Defendants must initiate an outreach program that provides direct information to homeless providers on the properties that are available in their localities.
And it is further
ORDERED that the defendants must take the above actions within forty-five days of this Order; and it is further
ORDERED that all other relief requested by the plaintiffs is denied.