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, July 20, 2022  
ROLL CALL  
3:30 PM  
Council Chambers - 3rd Floor  
Meeting started at 3:31 PM  
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Present  
Councilmember Amy Brendmoen, Councilmember Chris Tolbert,  
Councilmember Rebecca Noecker, Councilmember Jane L. Prince and  
Councilmember Mitra Jalali  
2 - Councilmember Dai Thao and Councilmember Nelsie Yang  
Absent  
COMMUNICATIONS & RECEIVE/FILE  
Partial funding designated for the Neighborhood Development Fund via  
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Resolution #RES 21-1701 is being added to the Neighborhood STAR  
Year-Round Program and three new projects are being established through  
the Neighborhood STAR Year-Round Program as adopted via City Council  
Resolutions #RES 22-972, #RES 22-1048 and #RES 22-1065.  
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  
Council President Brendmoen stated that Item 16 would be taken separately.  
Councilmember Jalali moved approval.  
Consent Agenda adopted as amended  
4 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Noecker, Councilmember  
Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
3 - Councilmember Thao, Councilmember Tolbert and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean services during April 29  
to May 10, 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for August 16, 2022  
and City Council public hearing for September 28, 2022 to consider and levy  
the assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2231A, Assessment  
No. 228538)  
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Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing Property Clean services during May 13  
to 27, 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for August 16, 2022 and  
City Council public hearing for September 28, 2022 to consider and levy the  
assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2232A, Assessment No.  
228539)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing equipment and labor for clean up  
services during May to June 2022, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for  
August 16, 2022 and City Council public hearing for September 28, 2022 to  
consider and levy the assessments against individual properties. (File No.  
J2233A, Assessment No. 228543)  
Adopted  
Approving the City’s cost of providing tree removal service during May 2022 at  
1011 Burns Ave, and setting date of Legislative Hearing for August 16, 2022  
and City Council public hearing for September 28, 2022 to consider and levy  
the assessments against individual properties. (File No. J2234A, Assessment  
No. 228544)  
Adopted  
Approving a Gambling Location license to be added to existing licenses for  
Black Stack Brewing Inc. (License ID #20150004254) at 755 Prior Avenue  
#110.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Police Department to expense costs associated with the  
assessors for the commander and sergeant exams.  
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Adopted  
Approving and authorizing the non-use of a project labor agreement on certain  
Department of Planning and Economic Development and Housing and  
Redevelopment Authority single-family housing redevelopment projects.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the award of a professional services agreement to Baker Tilly LLP  
(Baker Tilly) to conduct a comprehensive review and process mapping of  
residential housing development services across City departments and to  
provide a report with recommendations to the city for improvements to the  
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process.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the proper City officials to enter into an Amended and Restated  
Joint Powers Agreement with Ramsey County for the administration of  
Emergency Solutions Grant funds.  
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Adopted  
Waiving the 45-day notice requirement to issue a Liquor On Sale - 101 - 180  
Seats, Liquor On Sale - Sunday, and Liquor Outdoor Service Area (Sidewalk)  
License to Lowry Building LLC d/b/a Gray Duck Tavern (License ID #  
20220000633) for the premises located at 345 Wabasha Street North.  
Adopted  
Approving a Liquor Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to be added to  
existing licenses for Clutch Brewing Company Inc. (License ID  
#20180001089) at 928 7th Street West #201.  
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Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Safety and Inspections, through its Animal  
Control Division, to accept the donation of goods and services to revitalize the  
outdoor dog enrichment area from the Boy Scouts of America.  
Adopted  
Authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to accept an in-kind  
donation of labor, valued at $9,000, for the Hamline Park Play Area, donated  
by Hamline University.  
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Adopted  
Approving the minutes of the Saint Paul City Council meetings of June 1, 8,  
15, and 22, 2022.  
Adopted  
FOR DISCUSSION  
Amending Chapter A-1 of the Appendices to the Administrative Code  
establishing the Council Rules of Procedure. (Laid over from July 20, 2022)  
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Council President said stated that this was a one-week layover.  
Councilmember Prince moved approval.  
Laid over to July 27, 2022  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
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Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Authorizing the City to transfer $10,000,000 of American Rescue Plan funds  
to specific accounts for Neighborhood Safety investments.  
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Laura Logsdon gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Prince asked if the $2 million COPS Grant Match was annually or  
one-time.  
Logsdon stated that the match requirement was one-time.  
Council President Brendmoen spoke in favor of the resolution as it relates to public  
safety.  
Prince echoed the support of Brendmoen and moved approval.  
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 $15,300,000 of American Rescue Plan funds  
to specific accounts for Workforce Support investments.  
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Laura Logsdon gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Noecker spoke in support of the resolution and the previous  
resolution. Appreciated the responsible use of one-time dollars.  
Councilmember Tolbert asked if any staff would like to speak to workforce programs  
funded using these dollars.  
Parks Director Andy Rodriguez spoke to how funds would be used for expanded hours  
at rec centers and proactive efforts to bring programming into more communities.  
Parks Deputy Director Erica Prosser spoke to how the funds would be used for Right  
Track programs.  
Tolbert spoke in appreciation of the RIght Track program.  
Prosser spoke about different jobs that Right Track interns are working in.  
Ramsey County Workforce Solutions Director Ling Becker spoke to how the workforce  
grants would be used in partnership with Ramsey County.  
Council President Brendmoen thanked Tolbert for asking for the overviews and  
expressed appreciation for the programs. Thanked presenters.  
Tolbert expressed support for the programs and moved approval. Thanked presenters.  
Becker continued, discussing economic development, and provided information on the  
employer-side in addition to the employee-side.  
Tolbert moved approval.  
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 $340,299 of American Rescue Plan funds to a  
specific account for DSI License Services.  
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Laura Logsdon gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Noecker moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Ordering a special election to be held on November 8, 2022 to add a ballot  
question on whether the City should create a dedicated fund for subsidies for  
children's early care and education through a property tax levy. (Laid over  
from July 20, 2022.)  
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Councilmember Noecker moved a one-week layover.  
Laid over to July 27, 2022  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and 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.  
First Reading  
Granting the application of Mark A. Arth and Belfry Building LLC to rezone  
property at 311-319 Ramsey Street from RT2 townhouse residential to T1  
traditional neighborhood and to rezone the property at 391-411 Pleasant  
Avenue from RM2 multiple family residential to T1 traditional neighborhood,  
and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning  
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map.  
Kady Dadlez gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Noecker apologized for not asking for the staff report sooner and  
thanked Dadlez for the work on short notice.  
Laid over for second reading on July 27, 2022  
Amending Chapters 62 and 65 of the Legislative Code pertaining to consent  
petition requirements for some nonconforming use permits and some  
conditional use permits.  
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Kady Dadlez gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Prince thanked Dadlez for the presentation and expressed support for  
the change.  
Council President Brendmoen expressed support.  
Councilmember Noecker expressed support and thanked staff.  
Laid over for second reading on July 27, 2022  
Amending Sec. 410.04 of the Legislative Code to align with recent changes in  
Minnesota statue following the passage of the legislative omnibus bill that  
allows for extended hours during the World Cup.  
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Dan Niziolek gave a staff report.  
Laid over for second reading on July 27, 2022  
Amending sections 310.01 and 310.18 of the Legislative Code to add Class N  
Small Brewer off-sale - 128 ounces license and Class T - Temporary World  
Soccer Cup Licenses and corresponding fees.  
Laid over for second reading on July 27, 2022  
PUBLIC HEARINGS  
Live testimony is limited to two minutes for each person. See below for optional ways  
to testify.  
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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Council President Brendmoen stated that this item could be adopted, since it was on  
its fourth reading.  
Councilmember Noecker moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Accepting and allocating a McKnight Foundation Climate and Energy Program  
Grant extension and $50,000 of additional funds.  
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Councilmember Jalali moved approval.  
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 Agape Love Church for a sound level variance in  
order to present live amplified sound on July 30, 2022 at 995 University Ave.  
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Agape Love Church Secretary gave an overview and addressed the parking concern  
from the public comment. Asked for a change in the location on the resolution.  
Councilmember Jalali moved approval as amended.  
Councilmember Noecker thanked the presenter and appreciated her acknowledging  
the written public comment.  
Adopted as amended  
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 Awaken Community for a sound level variance in  
order to present amplified sound on August 7, 2022 at 2 Wabasha St. -  
Raspberry Island Regional Park.  
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Councilmember Noecker moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Approving adverse action against the Auto Repair Garage license held by  
Duke’s Cars and Towing, LLC, d/b/a Duke’s Cars and Towing, for the  
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premises located at 977 Front Avenue.  
Steven Earnest gave a staff report.  
Council President Brendmoen spoke in favor of the resolution and moved approval.  
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 Forward Events LLC for a sound level variance in  
order to present amplified sound on August 6, 2022 at 390 Kellogg Blvd -  
Union Depot Parking Lot C.  
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Councilmember Noecker moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
LEGISLATIVE HEARING DISCUSSION ITEMS  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 564 BLAIR  
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AVENUE. (File No. J2201V, Assessment No. 228000)  
Marcia Moermond stated that Items 31, 33, 42, 43, and 45 would be taken separately.  
Gave a staff report of item 31.  
Inho Chang asked for the assessment amount to be reduced.  
Council President Brendmoen stated that the assessment amount was based on the  
cost to the City. Appreciated the challenges the property owners faced but stated that  
the Council would likely approve the full amount. Moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Appeal of Sharon Kennedy and Michael Garcia, Tenants, to a Revocation of  
Fire Certificate of Occupancy and Order to Vacate at 776 BUSH AVENUE.  
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Marcia Moermond gave a staff report.  
Sharon Kennedy asked for an extension to July 31, 2022 to ensure the tenants have  
housing until the move into their new housing.  
Assumpta Sirri asked for approval without an extension.  
Councilmember Jalali asked for the origin of the situation.  
Moermond provided additional details.  
Councilmember Noecker spoke in favor of the extension to prevent the tenants  
becoming temporarily unhoused.  
Council President Brendmoen echoed the sentiments of Noecker.  
Councilmember Prince asked for clarification on the number of days of the extension.  
Brendmoen confirmed that the extension would be until the close of business on July  
31, 2022.  
Jalali moved approval.  
Adopted as amended (extend to July 31, 2022)  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Third Making finding on the appealed substantial abatement ordered for 864  
MARION STREET in Council File RLH RR 21-41.  
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Marcia Moermond gave a staff report.  
Robert Schilling asked for an additional 90-day extension.  
Council President Brendmoen asked for clarification on if the resolution would remove  
the property.  
Moermond confirmed that the resolution would remove the property.  
Brendmoen stated that she spoke with Councilmember Thao, and he was in support of  
Moermond's recommendation.  
Councilmember Jalali moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Appeal of Sandra Lou to a Correction Notice - Complaint Inspection at 38  
MARYLAND AVENUE EAST.  
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Marcia Moermond gave a staff report.  
Sandra Lou spoke through an interpreter and asked for an extension.  
Councilmember Noecker asked what the purpose of an extension would be if the  
owner intended to sell the property without fixing it.  
Council President asked for clarification on the revoking of a fire certificate of  
occupancy.  
Moermond gave an overview of what would happen if the fire certificate of occupancy  
was revoked.  
Noecker asked if the correction not being made could revoke the fire certificate of  
occupancy.  
Moermond said there was not enough info. A complete inspection would be needed.  
The current item was just the result of a complaint.  
Brendmoen stated that the most helpful thing for everyone might be to approve  
Moermond's recommendation. Moved approval.  
Adopted  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Appeal of Matthew & Jim Lindquist to a Rent Stabilization Determination at  
1029 RAYMOND AVENUE.  
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Marcia Moermond gave a staff report.  
Councilmember Jalali asked how the city could make sure utilities are not increased in  
lieu of rent increases, to get around the rent control ordinance.  
Moermond stated that the ordinance did not spell out how that enforcement would  
work. The answer would likely be forthcoming as enforcement action had not yet been  
taken on this by the City.  
Jalali expressed a commitment to supporting tenants who are worried about utility  
increases that would effectively increase monthly rents by more than what is allowed.  
Asked if the 15% increase was based on a fair return formula or another method.  
Moermond stated that the 15% number came from Department of Safety and  
Inspection rules that capped the allowable increase via an exception. Said the  
ordinance was silent on percentages. Said that in this case the recommendation would  
not bring them to where the owners want but moves them in that direction.  
Council President Brendmoen thanked Jalali for her work on the item.  
Jim Lindquist spoke in support and thanked legislative hearing staff.  
Jalali thanked legislative hearing staff. Stated that she had reviewed the file and felt  
the resolution was allowed by the ordinance, relating to the provision on ensuring a fair  
return on investment. Renewed commitment to tenants. Moved approval.  
Brendmoen expressed appreciation for landlords who invest in properties as well as  
tenants.  
Adopted  
5 -  
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
0
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and 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  
Councilmember Prince moved approval.  
Legislative Hearing Consent Agenda adopted as amended  
5 -  
0
Yea:  
Councilmember Brendmoen, Councilmember Tolbert, Councilmember  
Noecker, Councilmember Prince and Councilmember Jalali  
Nay:  
2 - Councilmember Thao and Councilmember Yang  
Absent:  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1251-1253  
BLAIR AVENUE. (File No. CRT2209, Assessment No. 228210)  
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Adopted  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 880 CASE  
AVENUE. (File No. J2201V, Assessment No. 228000)  
Adopted  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 554 CHARLES  
AVENUE. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No. 228815)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 276  
COTTAGE AVENUE WEST. (File No. J2201E, Assessment No. 228300)  
(Amend to delete)  
Adopted as amended (assessment deleted)  
Appeal of Lisa Lindorff to a Correction Notice-Reinspection Complaint (which  
includes condemnation) at 75 DELOS STREET EAST, APARTMENT D.  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1762  
ENGLEWOOD AVENUE. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No. 228815)  
Adopted  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 991  
FARRINGTON STREET. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No. 228815)  
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Adopted  
Making finding on the appealed nuisance abatement ordered for 1798 JAMES  
AVENUE in Council File SAO 22-24.  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 251 KING  
STREET WEST. (File No. J2210E, Assessment No. 228311) (Public hearing  
continued to January 4, 2023)  
Public hearing continued to January 4, 2023  
Appeal of Scott Bradley to a Vacant Building Registration Notice at 820  
OCEAN STREET.  
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Adopted as amended (extension granted)  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 970 REANEY  
AVENUE. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No. 228815)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2121 REANEY  
AVENUE. (File No. J2208E1, Assessment No. 228317)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 664 SEVENTH  
STREET WEST. (File No. CRT2209, Assessment No. 228210)  
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Adopted  
Appeal of Lisa Lee to a Vacant Building Registration Notice at 181  
SHERBURNE AVENUE.  
Adopted  
Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 617 SIMS  
AVENUE. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No. 228815)  
Adopted  
Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 678  
SNELLING AVENUE NORTH within fifteen (15) days after the May 27, 2020  
City Council public hearing. (To refer to October 25, 2022 Legislative  
Hearings, pending roof permit is pulled and finaled)  
Referred to October 25, 2022 Legislative Hearing  
Making finding on the appealed nuisance abatement ordered for 689  
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TUSCARORA AVENUE in Council File RLH SAO 22-18.  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Collection of Vacant Building Registration fees  
billed during August 5 to January 17, 2022. (File No. VB2210, Assessment No.  
228815)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Securing and/or Emergency Boarding services  
during February 2022. (File No. J2210B, Assessment No. 228112)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Collection of Fire Certificate of Occupancy fees  
billed during November 19 to February 28, 2022. (File No. CRT2209,  
Assessment No. 228210)  
Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Excessive Use of Inspection or Abatement  
services billed during December 27 to January 19, 2022. (File No. J2210E,  
Assessment No. 228311)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Removal of Dangerous Tree services during  
January to February 2022. (File No. 2205T, Assessment No. 229004)  
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Adopted  
Ratifying the assessments for Towing of Abandoned Vehicle(s) services  
during February to December 2021. (File No. J2201V, Assessment No.  
228000)  
Adopted  
ADJOURNMENT  
Meeting ended at 5:48 PM  
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comment on public hearing items in writing or via voicemail. Any comments and  
materials submitted by 12:00 pm of the day before the meeting will be attached to the  
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The public may comment on public hearing items in writing or via voicemail. Any  
comments and materials submitted by 12:00 pm of the day before the meeting will be  
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