City Hall and Court House  
15 West Kellogg Boulevard  
Council Chambers - 3rd  
Floor  
City of Saint Paul  
651-266-8560  
Meeting Minutes - Action Only  
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, June 22, 2022  
ROLL CALL  
3:30 PM  
Council Chambers - 3rd Floor  
Meeting started at 3:32 PM  
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Present  
Councilmember Amy Brendmoen, Councilmember Dai Thao,  
Councilmember Chris Tolbert, Councilmember Rebecca Noecker,  
Councilmember Jane L. Prince and Councilmember Mitra Jalali  
1 - Councilmember Nelsie Yang  
Absent  
COMMUNICATIONS & RECEIVE/FILE  
Letter from the Department of Safety and Inspections declaring 523  
Beaumont Street 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  
Six new projects are being established through the Neighborhood STAR  
Year-Round Program as adopted via City Council Resolutions 22- 852,  
22-853, 22-861 and 22-865.  
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  
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Yea:  
Nay:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the election of Gary Grabko to the Administrative Committee of the  
Pension Plan of the Housing and Redevelopment Authority.  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean Up services during April  
1 to 14, 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for July 19, 2022 and City  
Council public hearing for September 7, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2228A, Assessment No.  
228533)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean Up services during April  
14 to 28, 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for July 19, 2022 and  
City Council public hearing for September 7, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2229A, Assessment No.  
228534)  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Equipment and Labor for Clean Up  
services during March to May 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for  
July 19, 2022 and City Council public hearing for September 7, 2022 to  
consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No.  
J2230A, Assessment No. 228537)  
Adopted  
Authorizing the Police Department to submit applications for funds under two  
current Requests for Proposals issued by the Minnesota Department of  
Public Safety: the 2022 State Innovation in Community Safety Grants, and the  
2022 American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Innovation in Community Safety  
Grants.  
Adopted  
Approving a declaration of right-of-way easement on City property for the  
Eastbound Kellogg RiverCentre Bridge Project.  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing collection of vacant building registration  
fees billed during December 3 to March 17, 2022, and setting date of  
Legislative Hearing for August 2, 2022 and City Council public hearing for  
September 14, 2022 to consider and levy the assessments against individual  
properties. (File No. VB2212, Assessment No. 228818)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Securing and/or Emergency Boarding  
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services during April 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for August  
2, 2022 and City Council public hearing for September 14, 2022 to consider  
and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2212B,  
Assessment No. 228116)  
Adopted  
Approving the issuance of conduit revenue bonds by the Port Authority of the  
City for the benefit of MOA WP Owner, LLC.  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing demolition service from March 2022 at  
120 Winter St (C.D.B.G. Funds), and setting date of Legislative Hearing for  
August 2, 2022 and City Council public hearing for September 14, 2022 to  
consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No.  
J2205C, Assessment No. 222004)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Excessive Use of Inspection or  
Abatement services billed during February 22 to March 18, 2022, and setting  
date of Legislative Hearing for August 2, 2022 and City Council public hearing  
for September 14, 2022 to consider and levy the assessments against  
individual properties. (File No. J2212E, Assessment No. 228316)  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing graffiti removal services during April 4 to  
May 17, 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for August 2, 2022 and  
City Council public hearing for September 14, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2208P, Assessment No.  
228407)  
Adopted  
Consenting to the issuance of conduit revenue bonds by the Port Authority of  
the City of Saint Paul for the benefit of Go Wild, LLC.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the City to enter into Subordinate Funding Agreement #7 to the  
Master Funding Agreement with the Metropolitan Council for the Gold Line Bus  
Rapid Transit Project.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the first amendment to lease agreement between the City and the  
Board of Water Commissioners to lease a portion of Board-owned property at  
750 Snelling Avenue South for use by the City's Parks and Recreation  
Department.  
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Adopted  
Adopting the 2021 Stormwater Permit Annual Report.  
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Adopted  
Approving the Mayor's appointment of Kasey Wiedrich to serve on the  
Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties.  
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Adopted  
Approving the Mayor's appointment of Travis Bistodeau to serve on The  
Family Housing Fund.  
Adopted  
Reciting a proposal for a Housing Finance Program for a multifamily rental  
housing development, approving the project and the program pursuant to  
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 462C, authorizing the Housing and  
Redevelopment Authority of the City to issue conduit multifamily housing  
revenue obligations and authorizing the preparation of necessary documents  
and materials in connection with said project and program, and approving an  
ARPA Loan, and related documents, 1222 University Avenue West (Twelve22  
Apartment Project) District 13, Ward 1.  
Adopted  
Approving the agreement with Spin to provide e-scooter sharing services for  
the 2022 scooter season, with the option to renew for four additional one-year  
terms.  
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Adopted  
Changing the rate of pay for Energy Coordinator. (To be laid over one week for  
adoption)  
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Laid over to July 13, 2022  
Authorizing the Fire Department to enter into a hazardous materials  
emergency response contract with the State of Minnesota Department of  
Public Safety for the time period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2027.  
Adopted  
Accepting the gift of travel expenses from Woodland Park Zoo for Bekah  
Hanes to attend the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Annual  
Conference in Baltimore, Maryland from Aug 28-Sept 2, 2022.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to spend up to $1,000.00  
to supply food and beverage for those working the Hmong International  
Freedom Celebration .  
Adopted  
Approving adverse action against the Cigarette/Tobacco License held by  
Mohammad Ibrahim and Abdullane Ali, d/b/a Annapolis Super USA #002  
(License ID# 20160003307), at 1333 Thomas Avenue.  
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Adopted  
Allocating the balance of Round Two Federal Emergency Rental Assistance  
funds to the Saint Paul - Ramsey County Tenant Assistance Program and  
authorizing the execution of necessary agreements  
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Adopted  
Accepting the gift of travel expenses from The Aspen Institute for Mayor Melvin Carter  
to attend “Aspen Ideas Festival - Celebrating 10yrs of Ascend Fellowship” in Aspen,  
Colorado on June 28-29, 2022.  
Adopted  
Approving the use of the grant funds through the Ward 1 Neighborhood STAR  
Year-Round Program for Century Plaza, LLC.  
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Adopted  
Approving the Maintenance Labor Agreements between the Independent  
School District 625 and the Minnesota Cement Masons, Plasterers and  
Shophands Local 633 and North Central States Regional Council of  
Carpenters (May 1, 2022 - April 30, 2025). (To be laid over one week for  
adoption)  
Adopted  
Authorizing the City to reduce department General Fund budgets by  
$20,000,000 and transfer to the Capital Project Fund.  
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Adopted  
FOR DISCUSSION  
Recognizing the individual skill and initiative of five downtown residents to fight  
Minnesota's pandemic-triggered blood shortage by creating twenty-five  
monthly Skyway Blood Drives in support of the American Red Cross.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Nay:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the City Attorney’s Office to expend up to $15,000.00 on  
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refreshments, marketing materials, and other incentives for community  
outreach and marketing efforts throughout 2022.  
Adopted  
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Twin Cities Pride.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Seeking robust community process and representative engagement for  
Phase II of Phalen Regional Park China Garden.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
SUSPENSION ITEM  
Approving the use of grant funds through the Ward 5 Neighborhood Star  
Year-Round Program for Abogados Cafe.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Nay:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
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.  
No first readings or final adoptions.  
PUBLIC HEARINGS  
Live testimony is limited to two minutes for each person. See below for optional ways  
to testify.  
Authorizing the Police Department to accept and amend the 2022 Special  
Fund Budget for the State of Minnesota, Department of Public Safety, Office  
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of Justice Programs, Innovation in Community Safety Grant.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Granting the application of Jeffers Pond Development Llc to rezone the  
property at 150 Water Street West from IT transitional industrial to T3  
traditional neighborhood and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code  
pertaining to the zoning map.  
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Public hearing continued to July 20, 2022  
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0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Amending Chapter 409 of the Legislative Code to align with recent changes in  
Minnesota Statue following the passage of the legislative omnibus bill that  
affects small brewers, distillers and wineries.  
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Laid over to July 13, 2022 for Final Adoption  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approval to accept funds for the Department of Parks and Recreation, as  
noted below, in the total amount of $148,787, and to establish a financing and  
spending plan in said amount for the funds to reconstruct the play area at  
Wacouta Commons Park.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Establishing a financing and spending plan in the Department of Parks and  
Recreation in the amount of $64,885 to utilize Parkland Dedication funds for  
the creation of a Futsal court at Valley/Mt Airy.  
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Moved by Councilmember Noecker, Resolution-Public Hearing is Adopted. The  
motion carried by the following vote:  
6 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
0
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plan in the Department of Parks and  
Recreation in the amount of $229,644 to utilize Parkland Dedication funds for  
the Victoria Park Multi-Use Field project.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the Department of Public Works Traffic Warehouse to amend the  
spending and financing budget for increasing 2022 spending authority as a  
result of rising, inflationary materials costs in the industry.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to accept gifted funds  
from the Ramsey Hill Association and to amend the financing and spending  
plan, in the amount of $36,314, for the Cochran Park Pool and Sculpture  
Restoration project.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Latvian Song and Dance Festival for a sound level  
variance in order to present amplified sound on June 30, 2022 at 200 Dr  
Justus Ohage Blvd - Harriet Island Regional Park Wigington Pavilion.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Interact Center for a sound level variance in order  
to present amplified sound on July 9, 2022 at 1860 Minnehaha Ave W -  
outside of building in the parking lot.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Amending the financing and spending plans in the Department of Emergency  
Management for the 2022 Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)  
Grant for $2,000,000 for portable radios.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to amend the financing  
and spending plan, in the amount of $30,000, for the Dayton’s Bluff Play Area  
project.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Water Lantern Festival for a sound level variance  
in order to present amplified sound on July 30, 2022 at 1400 Phalen Dr. -  
Phalen Park Beach House.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
0
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the application of Praise Covenant International Church for a sound  
level variance in order to present amplified sound on July 16 at 221 5th St E. -  
Mears Park.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Amending the City budget to accept $83,320,812 in federal Coronavirus Local  
Fiscal Recovery Funds to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency  
and its negative economic impacts.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the City to make budget neutral technical amendments to  
American Rescue Plan funds in specific projects and accounts to align with  
actual sending.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker and Councilmember Prince  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Jalali and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the City to transfer $20,000,000 of American Rescue Plan funds  
to a specific account for City Payroll.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the City to transfer $2,534,489 of American Rescue Plan funds  
from the 30% AMI Deeply Affordable Housing account to a specific account for  
the Twelve-22 Apartment project.  
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Adopted  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
0
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the adoption of a Saint Paul Port Authority Spending Plan Minnesota  
Statutes, Section 469.176, Subd 4n.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the adoption of a spending plan for development and  
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redevelopment pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 469.176, Subd 4n.  
Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
LEGISLATIVE HEARING DISCUSSION ITEMS  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1805 SAINT  
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CLAIR AVENUE. (File No. J2225A, Assessment No. 228527)  
Adopted (assessment ratified)  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Appeal of Noah Chappell to a Vacant Building Registration Requirement at  
922 WOODBRIDGE STREET.  
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Adopted  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
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  
6 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert,  
Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
1 - Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1069 BEECH  
STREET. (File No. VB2208, Assessment No. 228807) (Public hearing  
continued to June 22, 2022)  
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Adopted as amended (assessment reduced)  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 465  
BRAINERD AVENUE. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
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Adopted  
Appeal of Eh Blay to a Correction Notice at 1169 BREEN STREET.  
Adopted  
Appeal of Demian Moore, Restoration Counseling & Community Services,  
LLC, to a Vacant Building Registration Notice at 976 BUSH AVENUE.  
Adopted  
Granting a 180 day stay of enforcement of RLH RR 22-4, ordering the  
demolition for 1628 DARLENE STREET, to Joe Steinmaus, for Michael F.  
Murray.  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2229  
DOSWELL AVENUE. (File No. J2222A, Assessment No. 228524) (Public  
hearing continued to October 12, 2022)  
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Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022  
Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 733  
FAIRVIEW AVENUE NORTH within fifteen (15) days after the June 22, 2022,  
City Council Public Hearing. (To refer to July 26, 2022 Legislative Hearing)  
Referred to Legislative Hearing on July 26, 2022  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2118  
HENDON AVENUE. (File No. J2222A, Assessment No. 228524) (Public  
hearing continued to October 12, 2022)  
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Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022  
Appeal of Janet Rudie to a Fire Inspection Correction Notice at 1839 IVY  
AVENUE EAST.  
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Adopted  
Appeal of Kenneth Cassibo to a Summary Abatement Order at 1798 JAMES  
AVENUE.  
Adopted  
Third Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 1013  
JAMESON STREET in Council File RLH RR 21-79.  
Adopted  
Amending Council File RLH FCO 21-149, adopted October 27, 2021, to grant  
Arnold Kampa an additional extension for property at 1084 LARPENTEUR  
AVENUE WEST.  
Adopted  
Appeal of Frances Carr to a Correction Notice at 1384 MARGARET STREET.  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 8 MARYLAND  
AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 16  
MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 20  
MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
(Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022)  
Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 38  
MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
(Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022)  
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Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 237  
MARYLAND AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
Adopted  
Appeal of Scott Bradley to a Vacant Building Registration Notice at 820  
OCEAN STREET. (To refer to July 5, 2022 Legislative Hearing)  
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Referred to Legislative Hearing on July 5, 2022  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 598 ORANGE  
AVENUE EAST. (File No. J2222A, Assessment No. 228524)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 975 PALACE  
AVENUE. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525) (Public hearing  
continued to January 25, 2023)  
Public hearing continued to January 25, 2023  
Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 1722  
REANEY AVENUE within fifteen (15) days after the December 22, 2021, City  
Council Public Hearing. (Public hearing continued to June 22, 2022)  
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Adopted as amended (remove within 30 days)  
Appeal of Gil Pariente and Shai Leibovich to a Vacant Building Registration  
Notice at 1171 ROSS AVENUE.  
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Adopted  
Second Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for  
1179 SEVENTH STREET EAST in Council File RLH RR 21-44. (To refer back  
to July 12, 2022 Legislative Hearing)  
Referred to Legislative Hearing on July 12, 2022  
Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 1807  
SEVENTH STREET EAST within fifteen (15) days after the June 22, 2022,  
City Council Public Hearing. (To refer back to June 28 Legislative Hearing)  
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Referred to Legislative Hearing on June 28, 2022  
Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 1006  
THIRD STREET EAST within fifteen (15) days after the June 22, 2022, City  
Council Public Hearing. (To refer to July 26, 2022 Legislative Hearing)  
Referred to Legislative Hearing on July 26, 2022  
First Making finding on the appealed nuisance abatement ordered for 607  
TOPPING STREET in Council File RLH SAO 22-14.  
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Adopted  
Making finding on the appealed nuisance abatement ordered for 689  
TUSCARORA AVENUE in Council File RLH SAO 22-18.  
Adopted  
Appeal of Gladys Igbo to a Vacant Building Registration Notice at 385  
UNIVERSITY AVENUE WEST.  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 850  
UNIVERSITY AVENUE WEST. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
(Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022)  
Public hearing continued to October 12, 2022  
Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 1514 VAN  
BUREN AVENUE in Council File RLH 21-62.  
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89  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1381 WHITE  
BEAR AVENUE NORTH. (File No. J2222A, Assessment No. 228524)  
(Legislative hearing on June 21, 2022)  
Adopted as amended (assessment ratified)  
Second Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 521  
YORK AVENUE in Council Files RLH RR 21-43. (To refer back to June 28,  
2022 Legislative Hearing)  
ADJOURNMENT  
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92  
93  
94  
95  
Referred to Legislative Hearing on June 28, 2022  
Ratifying the assessments for Tree Trimming services during December  
2021 at 1805 SAINT CLAIR AVENUE. (File No. J2225A, Assessment No.  
228527)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Property Clean up services during February 1  
to 14, 2022. (File No. J2222A, Assessment No. 228524)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Property Clean up services during February 14  
to 28, 2022. (File No. J2223A, Assessment No. 228525)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Equipment and Labor for Clean Up services  
during January 2022. (File No. J2224A, Assessment No. 228526)  
Adopted  
Meeting ended at 4:48 PM  
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