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File #: RLH VO 18-50    Version: Name: 121 Maryland Avenue West
Type: Resolution LH Vacate Order Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 10/3/2018
Title: Appeal of Che Ku, Owner; Bona Ku, General Manager; and Howard Sussman, attorney for Sussman Law; to a Notice of Condemnation-Unfit for Human Habitation-Order to Vacate at Double Dragon Foods, 121 MARYLAND AVENUE WEST.
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
Ward: Vacate Order, Ward - 5
Attachments: 1. 121 Maryland Ave W.appeal.9-20-18, 2. 121 Maryland Ave W.Photo #1.9-19-18.pdf, 3. 121 Maryland Ave W.Photos #2.9-19-18.pdf, 4. 121 Maryland Ave W.Photos #3.9-19-18.pdf, 5. 121 Maryland Ave W.Photos #4.9-19-18.pdf, 6. 121 Maryand Ave W.Photos.#5.9-19-18.pdf, 7. 121 Maryand Ave W.Photos.#6.9-19-18.pdf, 8. 121 Maryland Ave W.Naylor-Appellants email.-21-18.pdf, 9. 121 Maryland Ave W.Pest Control Receipt.9-26-18, 10. 121 Maryland Ave W.Sussman-Ku Ltr.9-27-18.pdf, 11. 121 Maryland Ave W.Sussman-Ku Ltr.9-28-18

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Appeal of Che Ku, Owner; Bona Ku, General Manager; and Howard Sussman, attorney for Sussman Law; to a Notice of Condemnation-Unfit for Human Habitation-Order to Vacate at Double Dragon Foods, 121 MARYLAND AVENUE WEST.

 

Date/Time of 1st LH:  Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 11:30 a.m.

Purpose of Appeal:  (See two attachments for reasons to appeal.)

Date of Order(s) Under Appeal:  September 19, 2018

Inspector/Key Staff:  Jim Perucca

Legislative Hearing Staff Comments: 

 

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WHEREAS, in the matter of the Appeal of Che Ku, owner; Bona Ku, General Manager; and Howard Sussman, attorney, Sussman Law; to a Notice of Condemnation-Unfit for Human Habitation-Order to Vacate at 121 MARYLAND AVENUE WEST, 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 allowing reoccupation of the premise following 1) the demonstration of rodent abatement through receipt(s) from qualified contractor(s); 2) final sign-off on the electrical (repair) permit; and 3) final sign-off on any other required permits for the listed repairs, in particular building and plumbing; and

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer recommends allowing the premise to be re-occupied prior to completion of the structural engineering assessment and any required repairs resulting therefrom and granting an extension of 90 days to complete the assessment and required repairs as determined by the City's Structural Engineer (noting that emergency repairs may necessitate a new deadline); and

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer recommends granting an extension of 30 days for the September 19, 2018 orders which were not abated by Fire Inspections on the September 24, 2018 inspection and are not addressed above; Now, Therefore, Be It

 

RESOLVED, that the Saint Paul City Council hereby accepts and adopts the Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation in this matter.

 

 

 

 

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