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File #: RES PH 17-333    Version: 1
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 12/20/2017
Title: Approving the petition of the Port Authority of the City Of Saint Paul to vacate Bush Avenue between Forest Street to Seventh Street East.
Sponsors: Dan Bostrom
Attachments: 1. EXHIBIT A, 2. Arial Map
Title
Approving the petition of the Port Authority of the City Of Saint Paul to vacate Bush Avenue between Forest Street to Seventh Street East.

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BE IT RESOLVED, in accordance with Chapter 130 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code, that upon the petition of the Port Authority of the City Of Saint Paul ("Petitioner"), as documented in Office of Financial Services Vacation File Number 02-2014, the public property described and depicted in Exhibit “A” is hereby vacated and discontinued as public property and, subject to the following conditions, all utility easements within said public property are hereby released in accordance with Section 130.05(3):
1. The Petitioner shall dedicate in its proposed plat, “Beacon Bluff Business Center South 2nd Addition,” a Right-of-Way Easement to the City of Saint Paul ("City"), at the northeast corner of Seventh Street East and Forest Street, for the purpose of a channelized right turn, to the satisfaction of the City's Department of Public Works ("Public Works"); and

2. The Petitioner shall dedicate in its proposed plat, "Beacon Bluff Business Center South 2nd Addition," a storm sewer easement to the City, near the northeast corner of Seventh Street East and Forest Street, to the satisfaction of Pubilic Works.

Said dedicated storm sewer easement shall also be subject to the following requirements:

a. No buildings, structures, trees or any temporary structure, material storage, fixture, or any other objects which may prohibit normal access to storm sewer facilities for maintenance purposes will be permitted within the easement area.

b. Improvements in or upon the said sewer easement area , that do not prohibit the City from exercising its reserved rights, may be allowed by obtaining written permission from the Department of Public Works Sewer Division with the understanding that the restoration and costs of such improvements shall be the sole responsibility of the Petitioner, its successors and assigns...

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