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File #: RES 19-726    Version: 1 Name: Waiver of Administrative Code Section 24.03 for the Rice-Larpenteur Vision Plan
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 5/1/2019
Title: Consenting to Kim O’Brien performing work on behalf of the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce in furtherance of the Rice-Larpenteur Vision Plan.
Sponsors: Amy Brendmoen
Attachments: 1. City of Saint Paul - RES 18-1741, 2. Rice-Larpenteur Vision Plan
Related files: RES 18-1741

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Consenting to Kim O’Brien performing work on behalf of the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce in furtherance of the Rice-Larpenteur Vision Plan.

 

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WHEREAS, the Saint Paul City Council approved the Rice-Larpenteur Vision Plan (Vision Plan) (Res 18-1741) as a foundational document to guide transportation improvements and revitalization of the intersection of Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue; and  

 

WHEREAS, the Cities of Maplewood, Roseville, and Saint Paul (the three Cities) jointly issued a Request for Proposals for consulting services to begin implementation of the Vision Plan; and

 

WHEREAS, the three Cities interviewed finalists and unanimously selected the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce to lead the implementation phase of the Vision Plan; and

 

WHEREAS, Kim O’Brien, the project manager identified by the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce (SPACC) to carry out the SPACC’s responsibilities, was, within the past year, employed as a Council legislative aide by the City of Saint Paul; and

 

WHEREAS, the City, after consultation, has determined that Ms. O’Brien’s work, to the extent that may implicate Saint Paul Administrative Code Section 24.03(1)(iii), will neither injure the public interest, nor impair the policy goals of that provision; now, therefore, be it

 

RESOLVED, that to the extent Kim O’Brien’s involvement may be construed to implicate Administrative Code section 24.03(1)(iii), the  Saint Paul City Council consents to such involvement and finds that said consent will neither injure the public interest nor impair the policy goals of Administrative Code Section 24.03(1)(iii).

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