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File #: RES PH 19-79    Version: 1 Name: #01-2019 Vacate a Portion of Dunlap St abutting 1154 Montana Av W
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 4/17/2019
Title: Approving the petition of John Hagen and Mariana Giovino to vacate a portion of unimproved Dunlap Street.
Sponsors: Mitra Jalali Nelson
Attachments: 1. Aerial View, 2. Exhibit A Description and Depiction rev
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Approving the petition of John Hagen and Mariana Giovino to vacate a portion of unimproved Dunlap Street.

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WHEREAS, John Hagen and Mariana Giovino ("Petitioners") have petitioned to vacate the east 15 feet of platted Dunlap Street abutting Lot 14, Block 6, Clifton Dale, Ramsey County, Minnesota; and

WHEREAS, the Transportation Planning & Safety Division of the Department of Public Works, recommends denial of the vacation petition because of the value of street right-of-way and its potential future use; now, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, in accordance with Chapter 130 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code, that upon the petition of the Petitioners, as documented in Office of Financial Services Vacation File Number 01-2019, the public property described and depicted in Exhibit “A” is hereby vacated and discontinued as public property and, subject to the following conditions, the utility easements within said public property are hereby released in accordance with Section 130.05(3):

1. That the following conditions, submitted by the St. Paul Parks and Recreation Department, shall be adhered to:

a. The Petitioners shall produce a current survey showing the property lines for the subject property, the area being vacated and the location and size of any trees affected.

b. All encroachments related to the private property must be removed from the parkland.

c. No portion of the vacated right-of-way accruing to the private property shall be paved, except in front of (street side) the proposed garage improvements

d. A tree preservation plan must be approved by the City Forestry Office.

e. No structure may be built within the critical root zone of any tree larger the 6" DBH (Diameter at Breast Height).

f. Any trees damaged or removed during construction on parkland, the boulevard or the area to be vacated, must be restored or replaced as directed by the City Forester, at full expense to the Petitioners, their successors or assigns.

g. An...

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