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File #: RLH VBR 17-13    Version: Name: 657 Sherburne Avenue
Type: Resolution LH Vacant Building Registration Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 2/15/2017
Title: Appeal of Aychoeum Tea to a Vacant Building Registration Requirement at 657 SHERBURNE AVENUE.
Sponsors: Dai Thao
Ward: Summary Abatement Order, Vacant Building Registration, Vacate Order, Ward - 1
Attachments: 1. 657 Sherburne Ave.appeal.01-31-17, 2. 657 Sherburne VB registration letter, 3. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos.01-31-17, 4. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos (1).12-30-16, 5. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos (2).12-30-16, 6. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos (3).12-30-16, 7. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos (4).12-30-16, 8. 657 Sherburne Ave.photos (5).12-30-16, 9. 657 Sherburne Ave.Tea Ltr.2-9-17, 10. 657 Sherburne Ave.Neis-Moermond Email.2-8-17

Title

Appeal of Aychoeum Tea to a Vacant Building Registration Requirement at 657 SHERBURNE AVENUE.

 

Date/Time of 1st LH: February 7, 2017; 2:30 p.m.

Purpose of Appeal: Need more time to comply with orders

Date of Order(s) Under Appeal: January 31, 2017

Inspector/Key Staff: Laura Huseby (Fire), Matt Dornfeld (VB)

Legislative Hearing Staff Comments:

 

Body

AMENDED 2/15/2017

 

WHEREAS, in the matter of the Appeal of Aychoeum Tea to a Vacant Building Registration Requirement at 657 SHERBURNE AVENUE, the Legislative Hearing Officer has reviewed the appeal and considered the testimony of City staff and the appellant; and

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer recommends that the City Council deny the appeal and order the property vacated by February 17, 2017, unless all items on the January 31, 2017 Fire Orders are corrected by inspection time on February 13, 2017; Now, Therefore, Be It

 

RESOLVED, that the Saint Paul City Council hereby accepts and adopts the Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation in this matter and also grants a 90-day waiver of the vacant building fee, noting that a code compliance certificate will be required before the building can be re-occupied.