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File #: SR 22-3    Version: 1
Type: Staff Report Status: Archived
In control: Legislative Hearings
Final action: 2/22/2022
Title: Review Request for a potential stay of enforcement of demolition of Joe Steinmaus for Steve and Richard Schoneck, for property at 288 AVON STREET NORTH.
Sponsors: Dai Thao
Ward: Substantial Abatement Orders, Ward - 1
Attachments: 1. 288 Avon St N.Schoneck Steinmaus R-R Ltr.12-23-21.pdf, 2. 288 Avon St N.Schoneck Steinmaus R-R Ltr.12-27-21, 3. 288 Avon St N.Steinmaus bid + PA + financial.1-10-22, 4. 288 Avon St N.Schoneck Steinmaus R-R Ltr.1-14-22, 5. 288 Avon St N.Proof of Fund-WorkPlan-Purchase Agmt with Addendum.1-18-22.pdf, 6. 288 Avon St N.Schoneck Steinmaus R-R Ltr.2-11-22, 7. 288 Avon St N.Code Compliance Report 2-15-22.pdf, 8. 288 Avon St. N.Bids Construction statement Affdavit + Financing.2-21-22, 9. 288 Avon St N.Schoneck Steinmaus R-R Ltr.2-25-22
Related files: RLH RR 21-66, CO 21-68, RLH RR 22-16

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Review Request for a potential stay of enforcement of demolition of Joe Steinmaus for Steve and Richard Schoneck, for property at 288 AVON STREET NORTH. 

 

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WHEREAS, on December 8, 2021, the Saint Paul City Council adopted Council File RLH RR 21-66, which ordered the removal of 288 Avon Street North within 15 days; and

 

WHEREAS, following the Council decision on the matter, a request was made by Joe Steinmaus on behalf of Steve and Richard Schoneck, to review this case again and consider granting a stay of enforcement; and

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer will be reviewing the matter in Legislative Hearing on January 11, 2022 in order to develop a recommendation on whether the Council should grant its stay of enforcement of RLH RR 21-66;

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation to the City Council is forthcoming pending this review to grant a stay in order for Joe Steinmaus, Steve and Richard Schoneck to 1) apply for a code compliance inspection; 2) post a $5,000 performance deposit; 3) provide a written contract agreement for the rehabilitation, noting that title cannot be transfer until rehabilitation is completed; 4) submit evidence of financing sufficient to complete the project; 5) submit an affidavit indicating the finances will be dedicated for this project 6) submit a work plan, sworn construction statement or scope of work, including subcontractor bids; and 7) the property must be maintained; Now, Therefore, Be It,

 

RESOLVED, that the Saint Paul City Council hereby stays enforcement of RLH RR 21-66; and be it further

 

RESOLVED, that the City Council refers this matter to Legislative Hearing on January 11, 2022.

 

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