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File #: RES PH 19-32    Version: 1 Name: Acceptance of Contamination Cleanup & Investigation Grants
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 2/20/2019
Title: Approving and authorizing acceptance of Contamination Cleanup and Investigation grants from the Department of Employment and Economic Development; Livable Communities Transit Oriented Development Grants, Livable Communities Demonstration Account Grants, and Livable Communities Tax Base Revitalization Account Grants, from the Metropolitan Council; and amending the 2019 Budget.
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
Attachments: 1. Financial Analysis
Related files: RES 18-1682, RES 18-1681, RES 18-1119, RES 18-1264, RES 18-1680
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Approving and authorizing acceptance of Contamination Cleanup and Investigation grants from the Department of Employment and Economic Development; Livable Communities Transit Oriented Development Grants, Livable Communities Demonstration Account Grants, and Livable Communities Tax Base Revitalization Account Grants, from the Metropolitan Council; and amending the 2019 Budget.

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WHEREAS, the City Council on:

§                     July 19, 2018, by Resolution number 18-1119, authorized its Department of Planning & Economic Development to submit on behalf of the City an application for Metropolitan Council Livable Communities TOD grant funds for the TOD Project component(s) identified in the application, and to execute such agreements as may be necessary to implement the TOD Project on behalf of the City. These projects include: North West University Dale, and Plant & Cultivate (Springboard for the Arts) Projects;

§                     August 9, 2018, by Resolution number 18-1264, identified the need for Livable Community Demonstration Account (LCDA) funding, and authorized its Department of Planning and Economic Development to submit on behalf of the City a pre-development application for grant funds for Rice Street Flats, 848 Payne Avenue, and Capital Professional Office Building Redevelopment;

§                     October 17, 2018, by Resolution number 18-1680, authorized the Director of the Department of Planning and Economic Development to submit applications to the Department of Employment and Economic Development for Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grants and the Metropolitan Council  for Tax Base Revitalization Account Program, for the 641 Fairview Avenue North, Hillcrest Golf Course, North West University Dale, Raymond Station, Rice Street Flats, and Vintage 2 sites;

§                     October 24, 2018, by Resolution number 18-1681, identified the need for Livable Community Demonstration Account (LCDA) funding, and autho...

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