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File #: RLH TA 22-71    Version:
Type: Resolution LH Tax Assessment Appeal Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 3/23/2022
Title: Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 913 JOHNSON PARKWAY. (File No. J2214A, Assessment No. 228513)
Sponsors: Nelsie Yang
Ward: Special Tax Assessments, Ward - 6
Attachments: 1. 913 Johnson Pkwy.SA Letter.8-2-21.pdf, 2. 913 Johnson Pkwy.Photos.10-4-21.pdf, 3. 913 Johnson Pkwy.Photos.10-14-21.pdf
Related files: RLH SAO 20-18, RLH SAO 20-35, RLH SAO 21-63, RLH SAO 21-66, RLH AR 22-19, RLH SAO 22-49, RLH SAO 22-47, RLH SAO 23-35, RLH SAO 23-39
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 913 JOHNSON PARKWAY. (File No. J2214A, Assessment No. 228513)

Hearing Date(s)
Date of LH: February 15, 2022
Time of LH: 9AM
Date of CPH: March 23, 2022

Tax Assessment Worksheet
Cost: $2,740
Service Charge: $162
Total Assessment: $2,902
Gold Card Returned by: Joseph Dalbec
Type of Order/Fee: Summary Abatement Order
Nuisance: Deteriorated shed, contents from rear yard, auto parts, bldg materials, scrapwood, totes, trash, misc debris
Date of Orders: 08/02/21
Compliance Date: 08/31/21
Re-Check Date: 10/4/21 and 11/3/21
Date Work Done: 11/4/21
Work Order #: 21-317111
Returned Mail?: No
Comments: Mr. Dalbec appealed SA under SAO 21-63 adopted by CC on 9/1 (ext given until 10/1); MF resolution SAO 21-66 found to be unabated and authorized DSI to take enforcement. Video: removed as described in SAO. bike parts, loose and scatter trash, scrapwood, tires, electronics, crates, broken equipment, debris, totes, shed, auto parts, tarp and many more
History of Orders on Property: Only this 2020 complaint, along with 2 in 2019 which were in compliance

WHEREAS, the Office of Financial Services Real Estate Section has attached to this Council File both a report of completion outlining the costs and fees associated with Property Clean Up services during November 1 to 10, 2021. (File No. J2214A, Assessment No. 228513) and the assessment roll including all properties for which these assessments are proposed for Council ratification; and

WHEREAS, the City Council’s Legislative Hearing Officer has reviewed an appeal of this assessment and developed a recommendation for the City Council with respect to this assessment; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing having been conducted for the above improvement, and said assessment having been further considered by the Council and having been considered financially satisfactory; Now, Therefore, Be It

RESOLVED, that pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Saint Pau...

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