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File #: RES PH 20-7    Version: 1 Name: District Council Boundary Change for Districts 9 and 17
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 2/19/2020
Title: Authorizing a change in the district council boundary between District 9 and District 17 pursuant to Chapter 95 of the Administrative Code.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 Attachment to RES PH 20-7, 2. PED Staff Report, 3. Application to Change District Council Boundaries, 4. Map of Existing District Council Boundaries, 5. Map of Proposed Changes to District Council Boundaries, 6. Map of Proposed District Council Boundaries
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Authorizing a change in the district council boundary between District 9 and District 17 pursuant to Chapter 95 of the Administrative Code.

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WHEREAS, on December 4, 2019, District Council 9 and District Council 17 (collectively hereinafter, “the Applicants”), pursuant to Admin. Code § 95.03.A.2, jointly applied to the Department of Planning and Economic Development (“PED”) requesting a boundary change between the two districts; and

WHEREAS, upon receipt of the application, PED staff, pursuant to Admin. Code § 95.04, duly investigated the Applicants’ procedures to validate whether the said application complied with the requirements under Admin. Code §§ 95.03.A(2), 03.B and 03.C; and
WHEREAS, PED staff investigated the application and, in a report dated January 8, 2020, which is incorporated herein by reference, found that the application met the requirements of Admin. Code §§ 95.03.A(2), 03.B and 03.C for the reasons set forth therein; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Admin. Code § 95.04, the report further analyzed the application under Admin. Code § 95.07(A-F); and,
WHEREAS, based upon the forgoing analysis, the report, having weighed factors both in favor of and against granting the application as required under Admin. Code § 95.05, recommended approval of the application for a boundary change for the reasons stated therein; and
WHEREAS, based upon the report’s recommendation, the Council of the City of Saint Paul hereby finds that PED staff, in accordance with Admin. Code § 95.04, have investigated and analyzed the council boundary change proposed by the Applicants and in doing so, duly considered all the factors listed under Admin. Code § 95.07 and all relevant material submitted by the district councils or any other person or group having an interest in the proposed boundary change; and
WHEREAS, the Council further finds that the Application describes the existing and proposed boundary and states as well a rationale for the requested boundary change ...

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