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File #: RES 12-2026    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 11/7/2012
Title: Memorializing City Council action granting the appeal of the District 5 Planning Council to a decision of the Planning Commission to approve a Conditional Use Permit with Conditions to operate a Transitional Housing Facility at 1093 Edgerton Street.
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
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Memorializing City Council action granting the appeal of the District 5 Planning Council to a decision of the Planning Commission to approve a Conditional Use Permit with Conditions to operate a Transitional Housing Facility at 1093 Edgerton Street.

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WHEREAS, on or about August 7, 2012, Irene Stockett, in PED Zoning File No. 12-091-208, duly applied to the Planning Commission ("Commission") for Conditional Use Permit ("CUP") under Saint Paul Legislative Code § 61.501 to operate a transitional housing facility with up to 6 residents regulated under Leg. Code § 65.159, including a request to modify the planning district density standard for such facilities under Leg. Code § 65.159(c), for property commonly known as 1093 Edgerton Street [PIN No. 292922210145] and legally described as Lanbergs Rearrangement Of B13 Lot 3; and

WHEREAS, on August 30, 2012, pursuant to Leg. Code § 61.303 the Commission's Zoning Committee duly conducted a public hearing on the said application where all persons interested were afforded an opportunity to be heard and, after closing the public hearing and based upon the staff report and recommendation and all the testimony offered, the Zoning Committee moved to recommend to the Commission that the CUP and the request to modify the planning district density standard be approved, subject to certain specified conditions; and

WHEREAS, on September 7, 2012, the Commission took up the Zoning Committee's recommendation and, following discussion of the matter, duly moved to approve the said CUP application to allow no more than "five (5) facility residents and a resident owner or manager with modification to exceed the planning district density standard by two (2) residents" subject to other conditions including one "that the owner or manager of the facility continues to live on the premises," as set forth in the findings of Planning Commission Resolution No. 12-61 dated September 7, 2012, as follows:
1. The applicant, Pastor...

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