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File #: RES PH 19-60    Version: 1
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Archived
In control: City Council
Final action: 5/1/2019
Title: Approving adverse action against the Auto Body Repair Shop license held by S & S Automotive Service Corp., d/b/a Parkway Auto Body, Inc. at 1906 Stillwater Avenue. (Public hearing held March 20)
Sponsors: Jane L. Prince
Attachments: 1. March 20th 2019 Public Hearing Packet.pdf
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Approving adverse action against the Auto Body Repair Shop license held by S & S Automotive Service Corp., d/b/a Parkway Auto Body, Inc. at 1906 Stillwater Avenue. (Public hearing held March 20)

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WHEREAS, the Auto Body Repair Shop license held by S & S Automotive Service Corp. d/b/a Parkway Auto Body, Inc. (License ID# 19990003142) for the premises located at 1906 Stillwater Avenue was the subject of a Notice of Violation dated January 10, 2019; and

WHEREAS, the Notice stated that during a complaint-based inspection of the licensed premises on January 8, 2019 an inspector from the Department of Safety and Inspections (DSI) observed and documented with photographs three (3) repeat license condition violations; and

WHEREAS, this was third (3rd) violation within eighteen (18) months so pursuant to Saint Paul Legislative Code § 310.05 (m) (1), the licensing office recommended a $2,000.00 matrix penalty and a ten (10) day suspension of the Auto Body Repair Shop license; and

WHEREAS, the licensing office also recommended imposition the $500.00 matrix penalty stayed by City Council on December 19, 2018 (RES PH #18-382) because these new license condition violations occurred within six (6) months of the previous violations; and

WHEREAS, on January 22, 2019, the licensee’s attorney responded to the Notice of Violation to hand-deliver a letter on behalf of the licensee to request a public hearing which was held on March 20, 2019; now therefore be it; and

WHEREAS; subsequent to the issuance of the January 10, 2019 Notice of Violation, the Department of Safety and Inspections examined enforcement actions of Auto Repair Licensees and determined that it would encourage inspectors to write orders with compliance deadlines before initiation of a new adverse action; and

WHEREAS, that policy will afford the licensees an opportunity to submit written requests for deadline extensions unless there are egregious violations and/or public safety issues; and

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