Grant to February 17, 2023 for compliance with all items related to electric repairs,
grant to March 17, 2023 for basement wall corrections, and grant to June 16, 2023
for the balance of the items.
Andrew Eisenhart, owner, appeared via phone
Moermond: we got your timeline today. I think we’re getting there, but not quite there
in terms of a work plan. Ms. Shaff, when you reviewed it what were your comments?
Supervisor Leanna Shaff: looking at the engineer recommendations, I have questions
on when that will start and by whom? The exterior paint and alley fix, I see you have
a company you have set up for that. I’m wondering when that will commence or if
there is a bid or signed contract? Also, the dryer exhaust will need a permit, they tried
to pull and it was rejected.
Eisenhart: from Perfection Plumbing? Originally it was scheduled for 11th of January.
Shaff: it was abandoned. Basically, we have a list still and parts are being addressed
with names of contractors. I’d like to see when it will happen.
Moermond: I’m seeing in your spreadsheet some information on dates but it isn’t
clear start and end times, that would be helpful. Ms. Shaff when you look at this from
Mastery Builders for the week of February 13th, you would be looking for a bid and
the dates he has listed, what more would you be wanting?
Shaff: typically, on the bid I’d be looking for a signed agreement, usually on those
there is a done date. We don’t have any say over that civil agreement, but we do on a
compliance timeline. If we aren’t given any documentation it is hard to guess.
Moermond: we can approach this one of two ways. One is to create deadlines based
on the schedule for starting in this spreadsheet. We would want to know more about
the specific bids that Mr. Eisenhart got. Alternatively, I could put into place deadlines
without that information working with what we have. Those deadlines would need to
be met regardless of what the bid says. I’ll turn it over to you Mr. Eisenhart. Where
are you at?
Eisenhart: the weather last of month they had an accident in the morning when they
were to come out, they rescheduled to January 23. My builder also had to
reschedule. He won’t be able to meet until next week, the tenants are tied up this
week. The electrician was also there on the 11th, he is one of 3 that did show up. He
removed the duct tape and said it was perfectly fine and attached appropriately. He
told me what types of light I need on the exterior; they will be installed on the 23rd
when the dryer vent is installed.
Moermond: the exterior?
Eisenhart: the sidewalk on the west side I can’t do much with until the spring. I’ll be
using Anthony for that. Likely April would be the earliest we could repair that. Don’t
know what to do with it. The guidance and violations are so general in nature. Any
additional feedback on number 4?
Shaff: you are supposed to have drainage away from the building. It has obviously
been patched before and that is deteriorating. However you achieve the drainage
away from the building is up to you. That would be a conversation with your
Eisenhart: I don’t think the engineer noticed any drainage into the basement on that
side of the wall. He didn’t see any drainage into the basement. Number 5—