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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 12/19/2018 3:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - 3rd Floor
Budget Amendment Public Hearings and Legislative Hearing Items at 3:30 p.m. Public Hearings at 5:30 p.m. There will be no meeting on Wednesday, December 26.
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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File #Ver.Agenda #NameTypeTitleActionResultAction DetailsVideo
CO 18-67 11OTAs 412 Holly Ave & 1143 Woodbridge StCommunications & Receive/FileLetters from the Department of Safety and Inspections declaring 412 Holly Avenue and 1143 Woodbridge Street as nuisance properties. (For notification purposes only; public hearings will be scheduled at a later date if necessary.)Received and Filed  Action details Not available
AO 18-66 12 Administrative OrderAmending CDBG activities budgets.Received and Filed  Action details Not available
RES 18-2104 13Amendment to Agreement between Saint Paul Haulers, LLC and City of Saint PaulResolutionAuthorizing an amendment to the Agreement between Saint Paul Haulers LLC and the City.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
Min 18-39 14Approval of November 2018 City Council meeting minutesApproval of MinutesApproving the minutes of the November 7, 14, and 28, 2018 City Council meetings.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2011 15Lead Water Replacement July to September 2018ResolutionApproving the City’s cost of providing Replacement of Lead Water Service Line on Private Property during July to September 2018, and setting date of City Council public hearing for February 6, 2019 to consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No. 1901LDSRP, Assessment No. 194000)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2012 16Sanitary Sewer Replacement July to September 2018ResolutionApproving the City’s cost of providing Replacement of Sanitary Sewer Line on Private Property during July to September 2018, and setting date of City Council public hearing for February 6, 2019 to consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No. SWRP1901, Assessment No. 194000)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2015 17Property Clean Up October 1 to 12, 2018ResolutionApproving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean Up services during October 1 to 12, 2018, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for January 22, 2019 and City Council public hearing for March 6, 2019 to consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No. J1909A, Assessment No. 198508)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2016 18Property Clean Up October 12 to 29, 2018ResolutionApproving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean Up services during October 12 to 29, 2018, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for January 22, 2019 and City Council public hearing for March 6, 2019 to consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No. J1910A, Assessment No. 198509)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2052 19 ResolutionAuthorizing the issuance and direct placement of a Revenue Note (Trash Cart Project), Series 2018, to finance the acquisition of trash carts for use in the solid waste and recycling program of the City.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2118 110Authorizing a Professional Services Contract with Ward Einess Strategies, LLC.ResolutionAuthorizing a Professional Services Contract with Ward Einess Strategies, LLC.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2119 111Authorizing appropriate City officials to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with Lockridge Grindal Nauen, PLLPResolutionAuthorizing appropriate City officials to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with Lockridge Grindal Nauen, PLLP.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2096 112State Fair Impound Lot Lease (2018 Renewal)ResolutionAuthorizing the City to enter into a two-year lease agreement with the Minnesota State Agricultural Society for the Saint Paul Police Department's use of interior office and exterior vacant land for its overflow impound lot during the winter months.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2071 213Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Program Application for Washington Tech SRTS ImprovementsResolutionApproving the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Infrastructure Program application for Washington Tech SRTS improvements.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
SR 18-189 114 Staff ReportPresentation by Metropolitan Council Member Jon Commers.Received and Filed  Action details Video Video
RES 18-2100 115Outlining the City's 2019 Legislative Agenda.ResolutionOutlining the City's 2019 Legislative Agenda.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 18-2135 116Authorizing the commissioning of new Chamber muralsResolutionAuthorizing the commissioning of new murals for the Saint Paul City Hall - Ramsey County Courthouse Chambers that reflect the diversity and richness of Saint Paul’s history.Adopted As AmendedPass Action details Not available
SR 18-192 117 Staff ReportHonoring Councilmember Dan Bostrom for his years of service.Received and Filed  Action details Video Video
RES 18-2162 1  ResolutionDeclaring December 19, 2018 Dan Bostrom Day in the City of Saint Paul.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
Ord 18-67 118Section 409.25 Ordinance Amendments - Wine FestivalsOrdinanceAmending Chapter 409.25 of the Legislative Code pertaining to temporary wine licenses.Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Video Video
Ord 18-68 119Section 310.01 and Section 310.18 Ordinance Amendments - Wine FestivalsOrdinanceAmending Chapter 310 of the Legislative Code pertaining to wine licenses for festivals.Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-373 120Robert Piram Trail Ramsey County Cost Share BudgetResolution-Public HearingAmending the financing and spending plan in the Department of Parks and Recreation in the amount of $511,226.51 to reflect funds received from Ramsey County for construction of the Robert Piram Regional Trail project.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-337 121Merriam Park Rec Ctr New Roof CIB ContingencyResolution-Public HearingAmending the financing and spending plan in the Department of Parks and Recreation’s CIB Capital Maintenance budget by transferring a total of $28,000 from 2016 and 2017 CIB Contingency funds into the Merriam Park Recreation Center new roof project.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-385 122Minnetronix Medical, Inc MIF ApplicationResolution-Public HearingAuthorizing the City of Saint Paul’s sponsorship of a Minnesota Investment Fund application by Minnetronix Medical, Inc.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 18-2111 123Minnetronix Medical, Inc Job Creation Fund ApplicationResolutionSupporting a Job Creation Fund application in connection with Minnetronix Medical, Inc.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 18-2112 124Minnetronix Medical, Inc. IBDPI ApplicationResolutionAuthorizing the City of Saint Paul’s sponsorship of a Minnesota Innovative Business Development Infrastructure application by Minnetronix Medical, Inc.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 18-2134 1 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE USE OF GRANT FUNDS THROUGH THE NEIGHBORHOOD STAR YEAR-ROUND PROGRAM FOR THE TASTE OF RONDO PROJECTResolutionApproving the use of grant funds through the Neighborhood STAR Year-Round Program for the Taste of Rondo project.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 18-2095 2 Supporting Legalization and Decriminalization of Recreational Cannabis in MinnesotaResolutionSupporting legalization and decriminalization of recreational cannabis in Minnesota and expungement of Minnesotan records of convicted cannabis crimes.Adopted As AmendedPass Action details Not available
RLH FCO 18-115 325250 5th St. E.Resolution LH Fire C of O OR Correction OrderAppeal of Barbara Ransom, Ree Parkside LLC, to a Fire Certificate of Occupancy Correction Notice-Complaint Inspection at 250 FIFTH STREET EAST.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH VO 18-62 1261127 Ramond AveResolution LH Vacate OrderAmending Council File RLH VO 18-49, adopted October 10, 2018, to grant Lynn Fagerness an additional extension to vacate the property at 1127 RAYMOND AVENUE.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH FCO 18-194 2272165 Selby Ave.Resolution LH Fire C of O OR Correction OrderAppeal of David Kvasnik, on behalf of DPH Properties II, LLC, to a Correction Notice - Complaint Inspection at 2165 SELBY AVENUE.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH FCO 18-198 2282165 Selby Ave.Resolution LH Fire C of O OR Correction OrderAppeal of Mckenna Dubois to a Correction Notice - Complaint Inspection, including Revocation at 2165 SELBY AVENUE.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH RR 18-35 229Making Finding 694 Snelling Ave NResolution LH Substantial Abatement OrderMaking finding on the appealed nuisance abatement ordered for 694 SNELLING AVENUE NORTH in Council File RLH RR 18-27.Referred  Action details Not available
Ord 18-64 130Chapter 33 AmendmentsOrdinanceAmending Chapter 33 of the Legislative Code pertaining to Establishment of Permit Fees, Certificate of Compliance, and Fences - Requirements.Public Hearing Closed; Laid Over to Fourth Reading/Final AdoptionPass Action details Video Video
Ord 18-66 131Chapter 77 AmendmentsOrdinanceAmending Chapter 77 pertaining to the Metropolitan Council Environment Services (MCES) Service Availability Charge (SAC) fee increases.Public Hearing Closed; Laid Over to Fourth Reading/Final AdoptionPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-367 132#09-2018 Vacate N/S Alley in Block 3, Lyton's AdditionResolution-Public HearingApproving the petition of the Housing and Redevelopment Authority and Michael Buelow to vacate a portion of the alley in Block 3, Lyton's Addition.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-380 133A & M Auto Sales - $500 matix penaltyResolution-Public HearingApproving adverse action against the Auto Repair Garage and Second-Hand Dealer-Motor Vehicle licenses held by A & M Auto Sales, Inc., d/b/a A & M Auto Sales located at 845 Robert Street South.Adopted As AmendedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-329 134Corp Auto Inc - $2000 matrix penalty and 10 day suspensionResolution-Public HearingApproving adverse action against the Auto Repair Garage and Motor Vehicle Salvage Dealer licenses held by Corp Auto, Inc. at 1221 Pierce Butler Route. (Public hearing held December 19, 2018)Laid OverPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-381 135K2 Cars - $1000 matrix penaltyResolution-Public HearingApproving adverse action against the Second-Hand Dealer-Motor Vehicle license held by KKamp Enterprises, LLC, d/b/a K2 Cars at 370 Maryland Avenue West.Withdrawn  Action details Video Video
RES PH 18-382 136Parkway Auto Body Inc. - $1000 matrix penaltyResolution-Public HearingApproving adverse action against the Auto Body Repair Shop license held by S & S Automotive Service Corp., d/b/a Parkway Auto Body, Inc. at 1906 Stillwater Avenue.Adopted As AmendedPass Action details Video Video
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Ord 18-64 12/30/2018 9:28 PMSharon Anderson Against Against any Fee or Tax Increases http://taxthemax.blogspot.com Taxaction without Representation -2
RES 18-2100 12/19/2018 7:52 PMSt. Paul   Affiant must tapp into In 2019 city budget, Constitutionality of Excessive Consumption Fees Illegally Ratified Sharons Claim over 500,000.00 to be made Whose Saint Paul established a $10 million Housing Trust Fund and an ongoing $2 million annual investment. Combined with existing city and federal resources, the City plans to make over $71 million in housing investments over the next three years. http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/DOJ-St-Paul.pdf The City of Saint Paul supports legislative efforts to: • Establish matching state funds for Local Housing Trust Funds; • Finance rehabilitation of older housing stock in low and moderate-income Census tracts; • Address the demand for housing to address long-term homelessness; • Provide additional state resources to help construct much needed affordable senior housing;
RES 18-2104 12/15/2018 11:32 PMPeter K. Butler   1) The city has no authority to have haulers bill residents directly. Minnesota Statutes Chapter 443 require the city to issue the original invoice, to deposit all funds in a separate account and to pay all related expenses, including contracted work, from that fund. "443.33 RUBBISH DISPOSAL FUND. Rates charged and collected, including compensation for work under contract, shall be deposited in a fund separate and distinct from any and all other city funds, to be designated "Rubbish Disposal Fund", which shall be a continuing fund to which shall be credited all receipts, and to which shall be charged all costs, principal or current, incident to such activity." 2) The first invoices were due by Oct. 4, 2018. However, Chapter 220 became effective on Oct. 10, 2018. These invoices were invalid to begin with. +3
RES 18-2095 12/12/2018 6:54 PMA Thao For Legalize. Tax. Reinvest into the city. Fewer opioid overdoses. Less non lethal offenders in prison. Increased tourism. Encourages agriculture. More jobs. +1
RES 18-2095 12/12/2018 1:04 AMBen Greilanger  For Fewer people in prison and more money in the general fund of MN seems to make a lot of sense. Regulate it like other states and it shouldn't be a problem. I am so hopeful! +1
RES 18-2095 12/11/2018 12:27 AMChizzo Yang For i am a lifetime resident of saint paul, minnesota. i fully support the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana in the city of saint paul. it will most definitely generate taxes which we could reinvest into our infrustructure, public education, police force and other aspects of the city which requires a sum amount of tax funds. the bill could be used to expunge the records of people who were charged with a marijuana related misdemeanor offense. there would be less alcohol related accidents and deaths. +3
RES 18-2095 12/10/2018 5:52 PMTong Thao For I am writing to fully support RES 18-2095. We need fully legalized cannabis in Minnesota. Not only will this lessen the burden on our law officers, it can potentially lessen violent drug related crimes. The potential tax revenue gain for MN can be used to educate people about Marijuanna as well as research into further medicinal and industrial use. There are more reasons to legalize it than to keep it schedule 1. +3