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File #: RES PH 18-176    Version: 1
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 8/15/2018
Title: Granting an interim use permit to MUSC Holdings, LLC for temporary surface parking lots at 400 Snelling Avenue North.
Sponsors: Dai Thao
Attachments: 1. City Council Staff Report 7.30.18, 2. NOTICE ENS public hearing notice- CC for interim use permit, 3. NOTICE Legal Ledger Notice for CC Public Hearing interim use permit, 4. Hamline Midway Coalition letter re RES PH 18-176
Related files: RES PH 16-239, RES PH 23-232, RES PH 23-229
Granting an interim use permit to MUSC Holdings, LLC for temporary surface parking lots at 400 Snelling Avenue North.

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statute § 462.3597 allows municipalities to permit the temporary use of property as an “interim use” provided the governing body of the municipality finds, following a public hearing conducted in the manner provided under Minnesota Statute § 462.3597, Subd. 3, that the interim use meets the following standards specified under Minnesota Statute § 462.3597, Subd. 2:

1. The interim use conforms to the municipality’s zoning regulations.
2. The date or event that will terminate the use can be identified with certainty.
3. Permission of the interim use will not impose additional costs on the public if it is necessary for the public to take the property in the future.
4. The user agrees to any conditions that the governing body deems appropriate for permission of the use; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Minnesota Statute § 462.3597, MUSC Holdings, LLC, in Planning and Economic Development Zoning File #18-088-762, duly applied to the Saint Paul City Council for an interim use permit to allow temporary parking lots at 400 Snelling Avenue North from November 15, 2018 to November 15, 2023.; and

WHEREAS, the subject property is located in the T4M traditional neighborhood master plan zone, which permits off-street parking on the development site, restricts surface parking, and calls for buildings where the temporary surface parking lots are proposed; and

WHEREAS, City Council resolution RES PH 16-239 approving the Snelling-Midway Redevelopment Site Master Plan and Design Guidelines contemplated the need for the temporary parking lots until such time as structured parking in permanent buildings are constructed or five years from the date of establishment of the temporary parking lots, whichever occurs first; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the City Council on August 15, 2018, pursuant to Legislative Code § 61.30...

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