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File #: RLH VO 19-4    Version: Name: 1156 Maryland Ave. E.
Type: Resolution LH Vacate Order Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 3/20/2019
Title: Appeal of Katerina Steiger to a Notice of Condemnation as Unfit for Human Habitation & Order to Vacate at 1156 MARYLAND AVENUE EAST.
Sponsors: Kassim Busuri
Ward: Vacate Order, Ward - 6
Attachments: 1. 1156 Maryland Ave. E.appeal.2-19-19, 2. 1156 Maryland Ave. E.photos.2-15-19, 3. 1156 Maryland Ave E.Steiger Ltr.2-28-19.pdf, 4. 1156 Maryland Ave E.Photos.3-5-19.pdf
Related files: RLH VBR 19-29

Title

Appeal of Katerina Steiger to a Notice of Condemnation as Unfit for Human Habitation & Order to Vacate at 1156 MARYLAND AVENUE EAST.

 

Date/Time of 1st LH:  Feb. 26, 2019 at 11:00

Purpose of Appeal:  Moving things into garage and I will call a Charity Tree Store to see if they will take stuff to donate, it's good clothes.

Date of Order(s) Under Appeal:  February 19, 2019

Inspector/Key Staff: Paula Seeley

Legislative Hearing Staff Comments: 

 

Body

AMENDED 3/20/19

 

WHEREAS, in the matter of Appeal of Katerina Steiger to a Notice of Condemnation as Unfit for Human Habitation & Order to Vacate at 1156 MARYLAND AVENUE EAST, 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 that the City Council grant to March 15 22, 2019 to vacate the property; 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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