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File #: RES PH 16-49    Version: 1
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 3/2/2016
Title: Accepting Livable Communities Transit Oriented Development Grants, Livable Communities Demonstration Account Grants, Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grants, and Tax Base Revitalization Account Grants; and amending the 2016 Budget.
Sponsors: Russ Stark
Attachments: 1. RES PH 16-49 PED Met Council and State Grants Financial Analysis
Related files: RES 15-1814, RES 15-1970, RES 15-1214, RES 15-1222
Title
Accepting Livable Communities Transit Oriented Development Grants, Livable Communities Demonstration Account Grants, Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grants, and Tax Base Revitalization Account Grants; and amending the 2016 Budget.

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WHEREAS, the City Council on:
? July 15, 2015, by Resolution number 15-1214, authorized the Director of the Department of Planning and Economic Development to apply to the Metropolitan Council for Livable Communities Demonstration Account grant funds for Selby-Milton-Victoria and Village on Rivoli; and, by Resolution number 15-1222, authorized the Director of the Department of Planning and Economic Development to apply to the Metropolitan Council for Livable Communities Demonstration Transit Oriented Development grant funds for Raymond Avenue Flats;
? November 18, 2015, by Resolution 15-1970, identified the need for Livable Communities Transit-Oriented Development funding and authorized the Department of Planning & Economic Development to submit, on behalf of the City of Saint Paul, applications for Metropolitan Council Livable Communities TOD development grant funds for East Side Weehouse EcoVillage Zoning Demonstration and East Side St. Paul Weehouse EcoVillage;
? October 28, 2015, by Resolution 15-1814, authorized the Director of the Department of Planning and Economic Development to submit applications to the Department of Employment and Economic Development for Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grants and to the Metropolitan Council for Tax Base Revitalization Account Cleanup and Site Investigation Grants for projects at the 745 Cleveland Avenue, Fillmore Avenue, former Sholom Home (aka Midway Senior Living), and University Avenue Inc. (former Lexington Library) sites; and

WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Council and the Department of Employment and Economic Development have approved the following grant applications:
? Livable...

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