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File #: RLH RR 22-32    Version: 1
Type: Resolution LH Substantial Abatement Order Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 5/11/2022
Title: Referring to Legislative Hearing a review for a potential stay of enforcement of demolition for Joe Steinmaus on behalf of Owner, Michael Murray, for property at 1628 DARLENE STREET.
Sponsors: Nelsie Yang
Ward: Substantial Abatement Orders, Ward - 6
Attachments: 1. 1628 Darlene St.Murray R-R Ltr.2-11-22.pdf, 2. 1628 Darlene St.Steinmaus R-R Ltr.5-4-22.pdf
Related files: CO 21-88, RLH RR 22-4, SR 22-91, RLH RR 22-44

Title

Referring to Legislative Hearing a review for a potential stay of enforcement of demolition for Joe Steinmaus on behalf of Owner, Michael Murray, for property at 1628 DARLENE STREET. 

 

Body

WHEREAS, on March 23, 2022, the Saint Paul City Council adopted Council File RLH RR 22-4, which ordered the removal of 1628 Darlene Street within 15 days; and

 

WHEREAS, following the Council decision on the matter a request was made by Joe Steinmaus on behalf of owner, Michael Murray, to review this case again and consider granting a stay of enforcement based on potential interest of the property; and

 

WHEREAS, on May 11, 2022, the City Council referred the matter back to the Legislative Hearing Officer for reviewing on May 24, 2022 Legislative Hearings in order to develop a recommendation on whether the Council should grant its stay of enforcement of RLH RR 22-4;

 

WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation to the City Council is forthcoming pending this review to grant an stay in order for Joe Steinmaus to 1) develop and submit for consideration rehabilitation plans; 2) evidence of financing sufficient to execute these plans; 3) post a $5,000 performance deposit; 4) provide contractual agreement between buyer and seller, noting title cannot be transferred until code compliance certificate is issued; 5) apply for a code compliance inspection; 6) bring property tax to current; and 7) property must be maintained; Now, Therefore, Be It,

 

RESOLVED, that the Saint Paul City Council hereby stays/denies the stay of enforcement of RLH RR 22-4.

 

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