City Hall and Court House  
15 West Kellogg Boulevard  
Council Chambers - 3rd  
Floor  
City of Saint Paul  
651-266-8560  
Minutes - Final  
City Council  
Council President Amy Brendmoen  
Councilmember Mitra Jalali  
Councilmember Rebecca Noecker  
Councilmember Jane L. Prince  
Councilmember Dai Thao  
Councilmember Chris Tolbert  
Councilmember Nelsie Yang  
Wednesday, April 6, 2022  
ROLL CALL  
3:30 PM  
Council Chambers - 3rd Floor  
Meeting began at 3:32 pm  
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Present  
Councilmember Rebecca Noecker, Councilmember Jane L. Prince,  
Councilmember Mitra Jalali and Councilmember Nelsie Yang  
3 -  
Absent  
Councilmember Amy Brendmoen, Councilmember Dai Thao and  
Councilmember Chris Tolbert  
COMMUNICATIONS & RECEIVE/FILE  
Letter from the Department of Safety and Inspections declaring 132 Western  
Avenue South a nuisance property. (For notification purposes only; public  
hearings will be scheduled at a later date if necessary.)  
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Received and Filed  
Amending CDBG-CV Project Budgets: Increasing funding for Latino  
Economic Development Center (LEDC) CDBG-CV ERA program.  
Received and Filed  
Amending CDBG Project Budgets: returning unused Ain Dah Yung project  
funds to CDBG undesignated project funds.  
Received and Filed  
CONSENT AGENDA  
Items listed under the Consent Agenda will be enacted by one motion with no separate  
discussion. If discussion on an item is desired, the item will be removed from the  
Consent Agenda for separate consideration.  
Approval of the Consent Agenda  
Consent Agenda adopted as amended  
4 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince, Councilmember Jalali  
and Councilmember Yang  
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Nay:  
3 -  
Absent:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao and Councilmember  
Tolbert  
Authorizing the Departments of Public Works and Parks and Recreation to  
submit project applications for federal funding into the 2022 Metropolitan  
Council Regional Solicitation Program and to authorize the commitment of a  
twenty percent local funding match plus engineering for any project that is  
awarded federal funding.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing amendment No. 2 to the lease with Ramsey County extending the  
leased premises to include parking area improvements at the Charles M.  
Schulz Highland Arena.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to accept donations up  
to $5,000 from CVS Pharmacy to sponsor young people participating in the  
Right Track Pharmacy Technician Training Program.  
Adopted  
Accepting the gift of the cost of conference registration and hotel expenses  
from the Fire Department Instructor Conference (FDIC) for Butch Inks, Steve  
Sampson, and Jeramiah Melquist to attend the annual FDIC conference to be  
held in Indianapolis, Indiana April 25-30, 2022.  
Adopted  
Approving the application with conditions, per the Deputy Legislative Hearing  
Officer, for Piston Automotive Co. (License ID #20210002268), d/b/a Piston  
Auto, located at 1324 Arcade St. Unit A, for an Auto Repair Garage license.  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Collection of Vacant Building  
Registration fees billed during June 4 to December 13, 2021, and setting date  
of Legislative Hearing for May 3, 2022 and City Council public hearing for June  
15, 2022 to consider and levy the assessments against individual properties.  
(File No. VB2209, Assessment No. 228811)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Securing and/or Emergency Boarding  
during January 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for May 3, 2022  
and City Council public hearing for June 15, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2209B, Assessment No.  
228111)  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Demolition services from January 2022  
(C.D.B.G.Funds), and setting date of Legislative Hearing for May 3, 2022 and  
City Council public hearing for June 15, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2204C, Assessment No.  
222003)  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Collection of Fire Certificate of  
Occupancy fees billed during December 1 to January 18, 2022, and setting  
date of Legislative Hearing for May 3, 2022 and City Council public hearing for  
June 15, 2022 to consider and levy the assessments against individual  
properties. (File No. CRT2208, Assessment No. 228207)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Excessive Use of Inspection or  
Abatement services billed during November 22 to December 22, 2021, and  
setting date of Legislative Hearing for May 3, 2022 and City Council public  
hearing for June 15, 2022 to consider and levy the assessments against  
individual properties. (File No. J2209E, Assessment No. 228310)  
Adopted  
Approving modifications to a Neighborhood STAR program funding for Asian  
Economic Development Association.  
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Adopted  
Approving a Liquor Off Sale and waiving the three-hundred (300) foot  
separation distance requirement from a protected use in order to issue a  
Liquor Off Sale license to Life is Grand LLC d/b/a The Little Wine Shoppe  
(License ID #20210002156) at 2305 Como Avenue.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to apply for up to  
$85,000 from the Saint Paul Public School’s (SPPS) Community Partnership  
for 2022-2024 ARP grant to support the Upside: Leadership Programming for  
Middle-School Youth project.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to apply for up to  
$402,000 from the Saint Paul Public School’s (SPPS) Community Partnership  
for 2022-2024 ARP grant to support the Mental Health Initiative project.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to apply for up to  
$15,000 from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council’s (MRAC) Flexible  
Support grant to support the Saint Paul Nature Champions project.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for and accept RAISE  
Grant funding for the Jackson Street Reconstruction and Pedestrian  
Improvement Project.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into Memorandums of  
Understanding with participating VISTA Sites.  
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Adopted  
Approving MN GreenCorps member applications and authorizing the  
necessary agreements.  
Adopted  
Approving the adverse action against the Auto Repair license held by Duke’s  
Cars and Towing, LLC, d/b/a Duke’s Cars and Towing, for the premises  
located at 977 Front Avenue.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the Police Department to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement  
with the State of Minnesota, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) for three  
one-day training sessions.  
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Adopted  
Approving assessment costs and setting date of City Council public hearing to  
ratify the assessment for the 2021 Street Maintenance Service Program-Mill  
and Overlay. (File No. MO2120, Assessment No. 215520)  
Adopted  
Approving assessment costs and setting date of City Council public hearing to  
ratify the assessment for the 2021 Street Maintenance Service Program-Mill  
and Overlay work completed by a contractor. (File No. MO2119, Assessment  
No. 215519)  
Adopted  
Approving assessment costs and setting date of City Council public hearing to  
ratify the assessment for the 2021 Street Maintenance Service Program for  
above-standard lighting. (Project No. 2021ASL, Assessment No. 210026)  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Planning and Economic Development to apply  
for the Metropolitan Council’s Livable Communities Demonstration Account  
Pre-Development grant fund for 652-654 Oakdale Avenue and for the African  
American Community Development L.L.C.  
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Adopted  
Approving the appointment of Tara Beard as the Housing Director in the  
Department of Planning and Economic Development.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Office of Technology and Communications to update an  
agreement with BrainStorm Inc. (BSI) for online “how to” training and  
education on the Microsoft Office 365 suite of products including Microsoft  
Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams.  
Adopted  
Establishing the rate of pay for Human Rights and Labor Standards  
Supervisor.  
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Laid over to April 13, 2022  
Approving the Memorandum of Agreement between the City of Saint Paul and  
AFSCME Clerical, Local 2508 for the purpose of establishing tuition  
assistance, uniform allowance and eligibility for consideration for scholarship  
grants provided grants are funded for Saint Paul Police Department  
Community Engagement Cadets.  
Laid over to April 13, 2022  
Approving the Mayor’s reappointments of Nathaniel Hood and Jeffrey Risberg  
to the Planning Commission.  
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Adopted  
Approving the Mayor’s appointments of Troy Hackney, Mauricio Ochoa  
Rosales, Ismail Khadar, and Elizabeth Starling to the Planning Commission  
for a term ending March 31, 2025.  
Adopted  
Approving the Mayor’s appointments of Daud Mohamed and Natasha Jones  
as members of the Capital Improvement Budget Committee with a term  
ending March 31, 2025.  
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Adopted  
Approving the Mayor's appointments of Richard Jacobs, Inti Martinez-Aleman,  
Emerald Sawyer and Timothy Trembley to the Truth in Sale of Housing Board.  
Adopted  
ROLL CALL  
5 -  
Present  
Absent  
Councilmember Chris Tolbert, Councilmember Rebecca Noecker,  
Councilmember Jane L. Prince, Councilmember Mitra Jalali and  
Councilmember Nelsie Yang  
2 - Councilmember Amy Brendmoen and Councilmember Dai Thao  
FOR DISCUSSION  
Authorizing the Fire Department to accept the donation of 13 saunas valued at  
$72,800 from the Saint Paul Fire Foundation.  
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Adopted as amended  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Nay:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
ORDINANCES  
An ordinance is a city law enacted by the City Council. It is read at three separate  
council meetings and becomes effective after passage by the Council and 30 days  
after publication in the Saint Paul Legal Ledger. Public hearings on ordinances are  
held at the second reading.  
Final Adoption  
Amending Section 13.02 of the Administrative Code establishing duties in the  
Department of Safety and Inspections related to rent stabilization.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
First Reading  
Granting the application of Nimco Ltd. to rezone property at 597 7th St E from  
I1 light industrial to T2 traditional neighborhood and amending Chapter 60 of  
the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.  
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Laid over to April 13, 2022 for second reading  
PUBLIC HEARINGS  
See below for ways to testify.  
Creating Chapter 134A of the Legislative Code (Title XII) pertaining to small  
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wireless facilities.  
Laid over to April 13, 2022 for final adoption  
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0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending Chapter 193A of the Legislative Code to define certain terms  
contained therein and ensure consistency of language used throughout.  
(Public hearing continued from March 23.)  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Accepting a 2022 Byrne Justice Assistance Criminal and Juvenile Justice  
Intervention grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of  
Justice Programs, in the amount of $257,050.00 for the City’s ETHOS  
program and amending the 2022 spending and financing budget for the City  
Attorney's Office.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Department of Parks and  
Recreation in the amount of $92,630 to reflect additional 2022 funding from  
Como Friends.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Department of Emergency  
Management for the 2021 Urban Area Security Initiative Grant for $829,500.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Inc for a sound level  
variance in order to present amplified sound on May 22, 2022 at 75 Rev Dr  
Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. - MN State Capitol.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the petition of Kevin Vu to vacate the north-south alley in Block 4,  
the Strand Addition.  
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Public hearing continued to May 4, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the 2022 OFS/Real Estate Operating Budget to accept payment  
from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for City Real Estate  
services and for compensation to the Canadian Pacific/Soo Line Railroad for  
a permanent easement for the Gateway Trail Project.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Twin Cities Jazz Festival for a sound level  
variance in order to present live amplified sound on June 24 and 25, 2022 at  
221 5th St. E. - Mears Park.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Macalester College for a sound level variance in  
order to present amplified sound on May 13-15, 2022 at 179 Snelling Ave S -  
Macalester Stadium.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Fire Department in the  
amount of $1,600 for a grant received from the Saint Paul Area Chamber of  
Commerce for health and wellness equipment for firefighters at Fire Station  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Fire Department in the  
amount of $1,600 for a grant received from the Saint Paul Area Chamber of  
Commerce for health and wellness equipment for firefighters at Training.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the applications of the Minnesota United FC for sound level  
variance applications in order to present amplified sound on April 16, 2022 and  
on April 23, 2022 within the Street and the Beer Garden Area at Allianz Field -  
400 Snelling Ave. N.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Eclectic Culinary Concepts, Inc -dba- Pajarito for  
a sound level variance in order to present amplified sound on May 7, 2022 at  
605 7th St W. - Pajarito.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
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Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Replacement of Lead Water Service Line on  
Private Properties during October to December 2021. (File No. 2201LDSRP,  
Assessment No. 224001)  
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Adopted as amended (removing 842 Jenks Ave for separate future  
consideration)  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
0
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Repair of Sanitary Sewer Line on Private  
Properties during October to December 2021. (File No. SWRP2201,  
Assessment No. 223001)  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Replacement of Lead Water Service Line on  
Private Property during July to September 2021 at 1157 Ashland Ave. (File No.  
2200LDSRP1, Assessment No. 224003)  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Replacement of Lead Water Service Line on  
Private Property during January to March 2021 at 2238 Dayton Ave. (File No.  
2102LDSRP1, Assessment No. 224004)  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Replacement of Lead Water Service Line on  
Private Property during April to June 2021 at 605 Bay St. (File No.  
2103LDSRP1, Assessment No. 224005)  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Fire Department for  
$7,743.04 for the reimbursement from the Minnesota Firefighter Initiative for  
two firefighters to attend the National Firefighter Cancer Symposium in Miami,  
FL, February 23-26, 2022.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Authorizing the Police Department to amend the 2022 Special Fund Budget to  
add the 2021 COPS LEMHWA grant.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
SUSPENSION ITEM  
Rules suspended  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Nay:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Expanding the membership of the Audit Committee’s Advisory Group to  
include a fourth community advisor and approving the appointments of Dana  
M. DeMaster, Stephanie D. Dilworth and James Farnsworth as community  
advisors to the Audit Committee and as non-voting members for a term of  
three years.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
LEGISLATIVE HEARING DISCUSSION ITEMS  
Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 318  
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EDMUND AVENUE in Council File RLH RR 21-11. (Public hearing continued  
to March 23, 2022)  
Adopted as amended (remove within 15 days)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1446 RICE  
STREET. (File No. VB2207, Assessment No. 228806)  
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Public hearing continued to May 4, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
LEGISLATIVE HEARING CONSENT AGENDA  
Items listed under the Consent Agenda will receive a combined public hearing and be  
enacted by one motion with no separate discussion. Items may be removed from the  
Consent Agenda for a separate public hearing and discussion if desired.  
Approval of the Consent Agenda  
Legislative Hearing Consent Agenda adopted as amended  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1693 BEECH  
STREET. (File No. 2203T, Assessment No. 229002)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1276  
BRADLEY STREET. (File No. CRT2207, Assessment No. 228206)  
(Legislative Hearing on April 5, 2022)  
Adopted as amended (assessment reduced)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Appeal of Terry Hopkins, Americold LLC, to a Fire Inspection Correction  
Notice at 236 and 240 CHESTER STREET.  
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Adopted as amended (clarified conditions for granting appeal)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 1253  
CLEVELAND AVENUE NORTH in Council File RLH RR 21-37.  
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Adopted  
Granting a stay in the enforcement of Council File No. RLH RR 21-24, an  
Order to Raze and Remove the Structures at 975 HUDSON ROAD.  
Adopted as amended (granted 180 day stay of enforcement)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1880 OLD  
HUDSON ROAD. (File No. J2207E, Assessment No. 228306)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 59 KING  
STREET EAST. (File No. J2207B, Assessment No. 228106) (Legislative  
Hearing on April 5, 2022)  
Referred to Legislative Hearing on April 19, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Appeal of James Maxa to a Notice to Remove Snow and/or Ice from Sidewalk  
at 814 PRIOR AVENUE NORTH.  
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Adopted  
Appeal of Angela Pierach to a Vacant Building Registration Renewal Notice at  
779 RAYMOND AVENUE.  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2386  
TERRITORIAL ROAD/799 RAYMOND AVENUE. (File No. J2207B,  
Assessment No. 228106)  
Adopted  
Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 2075  
SCUDDER STREET in Council File RLH RR 21-39.  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 609 SIMS  
AVENUE. (File No. VB2207, Assessment No. 228806) (Public hearing  
continued to May 4, 2022)  
Public hearing continued to May 4, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1496 SIXTH  
STREET EAST. (File No. CRT2207, Assessment No. 228206) (April 5, 2022  
Legislative Hearing)  
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Adopted as amended (assessment reduced)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Appeal of Viet Tran, dba Stryker Auto Body, to a Re-Inspection Fire Certificate  
of Occupancy With Deficiencies at 584 STRYKER AVENUE.  
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Adopted  
Second Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for  
1004 THOMAS AVENUE in Council File RLH RR 21-42. (Public hearing  
continued to April 6, 2022)  
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Referred to Legislative Hearing on April 12, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 754 VAN  
BUREN AVENUE. (File No. VB2207, Assessment No. 228806)  
77  
78  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Collection of Fire Certificate of Occupancy fees  
billed during October 19 to November 26, 2021. (File No. CRT2207,  
Assessment No. 228206)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Excessive Use of Inspection or Abatement  
services billed during September 22 to October 21, 2021. (File No. J2207E,  
Assessment No. 228306)  
79  
Adopted as amended (427 Whitall St removed for separate consideration;  
refers back to April 19, 2022 Legislative Hearing)  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince,  
Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
0
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Brendmoen and Councilmember Thao  
Absent:  
Ratifying the assessments for Removal of Dangerous Tree services during  
November 2021. (File No. 2203T, Assessment No. 229002)  
80  
81  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Removal of Diseased Emerald Ash Tree  
services during November to December 2021. (File No. 2204T, Assessment  
No. 229003)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Collection of Vacant Building Registration fees  
billed during June 16 to October 19, 2021. (File No. VB2207, Assessment No.  
228806)  
82  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Securing and/or Emergency Boarding services  
during November 2021(File No. J2207B, Assessment No. 228106)  
83  
Adopted  
ADJOURNMENT  
Meeting ended at 4:39 pm  
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