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File #: ALH 11-110    Version: 1
Type: Appeal-Legislative Hearing Status: Filed
In control: Legislative Hearings
Final action: 2/1/2011
Title: Appeal of Special Tax Assessment for 1986 ST CLAIR AVENUE for Project #: J1103B, Assessment #: 118008 in Ward 4
Sponsors: Russ Stark
Ward: Assessments, Nuisance Abatement, Ward - 4
Appeal of Special Tax Assessment for 1986 ST CLAIR AVENUE for Project #: J1103B, Assessment #: 118008 in Ward 4

Property Address
1986 St Clair Ave

Tax Assessment Worksheet

Cost: $297.00

Service Charge: $140.00

Total Assessment: $437.00

Gold Card Returned by: N/A

Type of Order/Fee: Emergency Boarding

Nuisance: Unsecure lower Unit, SPPD called to secure windows

Date of Orders: August 31, 2010

Compliance Date: N/A

Re-Check Date: September 2, 2010

Date Work Done: August 31, 2010

Work Order #: Invoice # 7656 Respro

Returned Mail?: No

Comments: SPPD invoice is 10-190- 559

History of Orders on Property:

Legislative Hearing Officer Recommendation

2/1/11--Approve assessment (tenant granted permission for door to be broken)

1/18/11 -- Decision forthcoming (MM to look at police report).

Gwynne Evans appeared.

Inspector Essling reported that this is for an Emergency Boarding at 1986 St. Clair. There isn't a lot of information because they don't have the Police Report. Apparently, it's an 8-unit apartment building. It was boarded by Saint Paul Police on August 31, 2010 (secured lower unit; one (1) door and three (3) windows). Case # 10-190-559; invoice is # 7656 Respro. They don't have information about the call but it sounds as though someone broke in.

Ms. Evans stated that this is a beautiful building in a great neighborhood with long-term tenants; it's not a police call building. Evidently, the gentleman who lives in garden level apartment #7 had been drinking. His daughter (lots of problems) came over and started a fight with him. She called the police and the police called him out of his apartment and they took him away. It is her understanding that he wasn't bothering anyone; he does drink and he works at Snuffy's Malt Shop. When he comes home, he says his prayers, drinks and goes to bed; never bothers anyone. But, because the Police called him out of his dwelling, that put him in a position where they could ta...

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