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File #: RES 22-324    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 3/2/2022
Title: Preliminary Order setting the date of a public hearing for March 23rd, 2022 to consider the construction of the new Kellogg/3rd Street bridge and acquisition of necessary property rights.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A - K3 Bridge Parcels, 2. K3 Bridge Project Mayor's Report - SOER

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Preliminary Order setting the date of a public hearing for March 23rd, 2022 to consider the construction of the new Kellogg/3rd Street bridge and acquisition of necessary property rights.

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IN THE MATTER OF constructing the new Kellogg/3rd Street bridge, including added signals, parking lanes, street lighting, trees, signs, concrete sidewalks and bike lanes, and acquisition of permanent right of way easements and temporary construction easements needed to accommodate widening of the new bridge.

The bridge improvements and permanent right of way easements and temporary construction easements are depicted in Exhibit A attached hereto.

The Council of the City of Saint Paul having received and considered the report of the Mayor upon the above improvement, attached hereto, hereby resolves:

1.                     That said report is hereby approved, with no alternatives, and that the estimated cost and financing of the bridge project thereof is $74,200,000.

 

2.                     That a public hearing be held on said improvement on the 23rd day of March 2022, at 5:30 o’clock p.m., in the Council Chambers of the City Hall and Court House Building in the City of Saint Paul.

 

3.                     That the notice of the public hearing be given to the persons and in the manner provided by the Charter, stating the time and place of the hearing, the nature of the improvement and the total cost thereof as estimated.

 

Funding for the project costs and acquisition of property rights is proposed to be budgeted in the 2022 Capital Improvement Budget, and will be considered by the City Council under separate resolution.  Financing is anticipated to be State General Obligation Bonds, Federal Regional Solicitation Grant, Local Municipal State, Local Capital Improvement Bonds and Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act.

 

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