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File #: RES 19-629    Version: 1 Name: Spring 2019 LCDA-TOD Grant Applications
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 4/24/2019
Title: Authorizing the Department of Planning and Economic Development to apply to Metropolitan Council for a Livable Communities Transit-Oriented Development Grant for 422 University Avenue West (Little Mekong Market).
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
Related files: RES PH 19-250
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Authorizing the Department of Planning and Economic Development to apply to Metropolitan Council for a Livable Communities Transit-Oriented Development Grant for 422 University Avenue West (Little Mekong Market).

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WHEREAS the City of is a participant in the Metropolitan Livable Communities Act (“LCA”) Local Housing Incentives Program for 2019 as determined by the Metropolitan Council, and is therefore eligible to apply for LCA Livable Communities Demonstration Account Transit-Oriented Development (collectively, “TOD”) funds; and
WHEREAS the City has identified a proposed project within the City that meets TOD purposes and criteria and is consistent with and promotes the purposes of the Metropolitan Livable Communities Act and the policies of the Metropolitan Council’s adopted metropolitan development guide; and
WHEREAS the City has the institutional, managerial and financial capability to adequately manage an LCA-TOD grant; and
WHEREAS the City certifies that it will comply with all applicable laws and regulations as stated in the grant agreement; and
WHEREAS the City acknowledges TOD grants are intended to fund projects or project components that can serve as models, examples or prototypes for TOD development or redevelopment elsewhere in the Region, and therefore represents that the proposed project or key components of the proposed project can be replicated in other metropolitan-area communities; and
WHEREAS only a limited amount of grant funding is available through the Metropolitan Council’s Livable Communities TOD initiative during each funding cycle and the Metropolitan Council has determined it is appropriate to allocate those scarce grant funds only to eligible projects that would not occur without the availability of TOD grant funding.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, after appropriate examination and due consideration, the City of Saint Pau City Council:
1. Finds that it is in the best interests of the City’s development goals and priori...

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