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File #: RLH TA 16-151    Version:
Type: Resolution LH Tax Assessment Appeal Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 4/6/2016
Title: Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for Property at 525 MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J1606E, Assessment No. 168305)
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
Ward: Assessments, Nuisance Abatement, Special Tax Assessments, Ward - 5
Attachments: 1. 525 Maryland Ave E.Emergency Summary Abatement.9-30-15, 2. 525 Maryland Ave E.Photos.9-30-15, 3. 525 Maryland Ave E.PAEC Ltr.10-2-15
Related files: RLH AR 16-3
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for Property at 525 MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J1606E, Assessment No. 168305)

Hearing Date(s)
Date of LH: 2/16/16 (missed); 3/15/16
Date of CPH: 4/6/16

Tax Assessment Worksheet
Cost: $120.00

Service Charge: $35.00

Total Assessment: $155.00

Gold Card Returned by: Ruby Nguyen called

Type of Order/Fee: Excessive Consumption

Nuisance: large pile of refuse on blvd and rubbish in yard

Date of Orders: September 30, 2015 (doing emergency SA and pre-authorized WO on large pile of refuse on blvd, garbage in yard. Called owner and told her to clean up asap. She called back and left a message that tenants will clean up)

Compliance Date: NA

Re-Check Date: NA

Date Work Done: PAEC was generated on 10/2/16

Work Order #: 15-156976, Inv# 1201680

Returned Mail?: No. Mails were sent to Hank Cu/Ruby Ngoc Nguyen, PO Box 2341, Minneapolis MN 55402, Hank Cu, 1119 River Pkwy E, Mpls MN 55414, and Occupant


History of Orders on Property:

WHEREAS, the Office of Financial Services Real Estate Section has attached to this Council File both a report of completion outlining the costs and fees associated with Excessive Use of Inspection/Abatement services billed during September 28 to October 21, 2015. (File No. J1606E, Assessment No. 168305) and the assessment roll including all properties for which these assessments are proposed for Council ratification; and

WHEREAS, the City Council’s Legislative Hearing Officer has reviewed an appeal of this assessment and developed a recommendation for the City Council with respect to this assessment; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing having been conducted for the above improvement, and said assessment having been further considered by the Council and having been considered financially satisfactory; Now, Therefore, Be It

RESOLVED, that pursuant to Chapter 14 of the...

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