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File #: Ord 18-33    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 8/22/2018
Title: Amending Chapter 74 of the Legislative Code by enacting a new section designating Fire Station No. 10 as a Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Site.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
Ward: Historic Preservation
Code sections: Sec. 73.04. - Powers and duties of the commission., Sec. 73.05. - Designation of heritage preservation sites., Sec. 73.09. - Recording of heritage preservation sites.
Attachments: 1. 754 Randolph Fire Station 10 Designation Staff Report.pdf, 2. Fire Station 10 Designation HPC 06142018.pdf, 3. Fire Station 10 Preservation Plan.pdf, 4. Fire Station 10 Preservation Program HPC 06142018.pdf, 5. Fire Station 10 SHPO letter to HPC 04272018.pdf, 6. Fire Station 10 testimony to HPC 06072018.pdf, 7. FireStationNo 10 PC 6-15-18.pdf, 8. res Fire Station 10_designation.pdf, 9. File Information, 10. Bataglia Blank email re Fire Station 10
Related files: RES PH 18-282
Amending Chapter 74 of the Legislative Code by enacting a new section designating Fire Station No. 10 as a Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Site.



That Legislative Code Chapter 74, entitled “Heritage Preservation Districts and Programs,” is hereby amended by the addition of the following new section to be numbered Section 74.03 and entitled “Fire Station no. 10 preservation program” which shall read as follows:

74.03 - Fire Station No. 10 preservation program
(A) Designation for heritage preservation. Pursuant to the authority contained in Chapter 73 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code, upon the recommendation of the heritage preservation commission of the city, and after having duly considered the matter at a public hearing held in accordance with Chapter 73, the council of the City of Saint Paul does hereby designate the following described property as the Fire Station #10 Heritage Preservation Site. The parcel is legally described as lots 2, 3 and Lot 4, Block 1, Clarke’s Addition. The address is 752-754 Randolph Avenue.

(B) Preservation Program. The City of Saint Paul, a Certified Local Government in the National Historic Preservation Program, has agreed to conduct its design review of locally designated heritage preservation sites according to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation (The Standards). The Standards are applied to projects in a reasonable manner, taking into consideration economic and technical feasibility. The Standards provide general information to determine appropriate treatments for historic properties. They are intentionally broad in scope in order to apply to a wide range of circumstances. The Standards have been designed to enhance the understanding of basic preservation principals. The ten Standards for Rehabilitation are:
(1) A property shall be used for its historic purpose or be placed in a new use that requir...

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