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AGENDA OF THE SAINT PAUL CITY COUNCIL
Wednesday, June 6, 2007 - 3:30 p.m.

PUBLIC HEARINGS - 5:30

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR
City Hall and Court House
15 West Kellogg Boulevard


Mary Erickson - Pattie Kelley - Office of the City Council








CONSENT AGENDA (Items 1 - 37)







COMMUNICATIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS







1. Claims of Maria Conrad, Victoria I. Ferraro, Colleen C. Gilbertson, John Hanratty, Susan M. Hanson, Brian J. Hauer, Liberty Mutual (for Nicole Gentry), Efay Imani Martin-Mahuru, Richard A. McKusick, Dan Nedoroski, Theresa H. Nguyen, and Randall Arthur Radunz.







2. Summons and Complaint in the matter of Preston Buckhanan vs. the City of Saint Paul et al.







3. Letter from the Office of the City Attorney announcing a public hearing before the City Council on June 20, 2007 to consider adverse action against all licenses held by Sophia Vega, Inc., d/b/a Viaduct Inn Mexican American Cuisine, 1056 - 7th Street East.







4. Letter from the Office of the City Attorney announcing a public hearing before the City Council on June 20, 2007 to consider the report of the Administrative Law Judge concerning all licenses held by Billy Neng Yang, d/b/a Asian Cuisine, 945 Rice Street, Suite A.







5. Letters from the Department of Safety and Inspections/Nuisance Building Enforcement declaring 970 Concordia Avenue, 1016 Edgerton Street, 64 Garfield Street, 992 James Avenue, 472 Minnehaha Avenue East, 1457 Mechanic Avenue, 1471 Mechanic Avenue, and 1185 Payne Avenue as nuisance properties. (For notification purposes only; public hearings will be scheduled at a later date if necessary.)







6. Administrative Order: D002664 Extending the contract completion date from December 30, 2005 to December 30, 2006 for the Summit/Lexington Sewer Cleaning and TV Inspection project.







FOR ACTION







7. Resolution - 07-468 - Approving the May 1, 2007 through April 30, 2010 Maintenance Labor Agreement between the City and the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local Union 1 Minnesota/North Dakota. (To be laid over one week for adoption) (GS 3040135)













8. Resolution - 07-469 - Approving the decision of the Legislative Hearing Officer on an appeal of a Deficiency List at 1171 Minnehaha Avenue East. (GS 3040113)










9. Resolution - 07-470 - Approving the application with conditions, per the Legislative Hearing Officer, by Anthony T. Costanzo, d/b/a Tony’s Auto Body, 353 Larch Street for an Auto Body Repair Shop license. (GS 3040012)













10. Resolution - 07-471 - Approving the license application with conditions, per the Legislative Hearing Officer, by Twin Star VFW Post 8854, 820 Concordia Avenue, for an Entertainment A License. (GS 3040197)













11. Resolution - 07-472 - Approving the application with conditions, per the Legislative Hearing Officer, of Schwartzman Company, Inc., John Schwartzman, president, d/b/a SCI Recycling, 240 Sycamore Street, for a Recycling Processing Center License. (GS 3040194)













12. Resolution - 07-473 - Referring the application of Arnellia Allen, d/b/a Schweitz Saloon, 956 Payne Avenue, to an Administrative Law Judge, per the Legislative Hearing Officer, for Liquor On Sale-Over 100 seats, Liquor On Sale-Sunday, Liquor On Sale-2 AM Closing, Entertainment (B), Restaurant (B)-more than 12 seats, Restaurant (D)-Add on (Bar Only), Gambling Location, and Liquor-Outdoor Service Area (Patio) licenses. (GS 3040140)













13. Resolution - 07-474 - Accepting a $20,000 grant from the McNeely Foundation to help finance the start-up of the East Side Circulator Transportation for Youth project. (GS 3040251)










14. Resolution - 07-475 - Authorizing the proper City officials to approve an Agreement for Legal Services by and between the Public Housing Agency of the City of Saint Paul and the City of Saint Paul. (GS 3039890)













15. Resolution - 07-476 - Approving the re-issuance of bonds for the Burlington Apartment Project, 1150-1180 Cushing Circle (District 10). (GS 3039792)










16. Resolution - 07-477 - Adopting a Summary of the Highland Park/District 15 Neighborhood Plan as an addendum to the City’s Comprehensive Plan. (GS 3039615)



















17. Resolution - 07-478 - Adopting a Summary of the Snelling Hamline Neighborhood Plan as an addendum to the City’s Comprehensive Plan. (GS 3039614)



















18. Resolution - 07-479 - Authorizing the acceptance of financial support from Comcast in the amount of $25,000 and establishing spending and financing plans. (GS 3039694)










19. Resolution - 07-480 - Amending the 2007 spending and financing plans in the Division of Parks and Recreation for Recreation Services’ reorganization. (GS 3038891)










20. Resolution - 07-481 - Approving an amendment to Lease PR/45, cell tower agreement, between the City and New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC on a portion of Lot 4, Block 2, Energy Park West. (GS 3039573)













21. Resolution - 07-482 - Establishing spending and financing plans in the Department of Fire and Safety Services to receive training and purchase equipment for the Collapse Structure Rescue Team. (GS 3038950)










22. Resolution - 07-483 - Authorizing the Department of Fire and Safety Services to accept the donation of an antique type fire extinguishing "Shur-Stop Kit," valued at $175.00, from Frank Villaume. (GS 3039570)










23. Resolution - 07-484 - Accepting a donation in the amount of $68,000 from the Saint Paul Police Foundation to assist the Police Department in acquiring Negotiation Throw Phones, registration and admission fees, and other necessities for the PAL program participants, and providing support to law enforcement families. (GS 3039414)










24. Resolution - 07-485 - Establishing a 2007 spending and financing plan in the Police Department for the Joint Powers Agreement for Consolidated Dispatch Operations. (GS 3039292)










25. Resolution - 07-486 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into an agreement with Ramsey County for the use of County-owned radios for the 800 MHz Radio Communications System. (GS 3039731)










26. Resolution - 07-487 - Accepting a Young Gang Intervention Grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to help reduce gun and gang violence among youth. (GS 3039294)










27. Resolution - 07-488 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into a grant agreement with the State of Minnesota, Department of Public Safety, for the 2006 Homeland Security Grant Program for equipment and training for bomb technicians. (GS 3039633)










28. Resolution - 07-489 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into an agreement with the United States Department of Justice to participate in the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force from March 1, 2007 through August 31, 2007. (GS 3039230)










29. Resolution - 07-490 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement with the State of Minnesota’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to participate in the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. (GS 3039073)










30. Resolution - 07-491 - Amending the spending and financing plans in the Department of Public Works for the 2005 and 2006 RSVP Programs. (GS 3038381)










31. Resolution - 07-492 - Authorizing the proper City officials to allow for the spending of City funds, to solicit for and accept donations to help finance the 2007 Department of Public Works Open House on September 18, 2007. (GS 3039430)










32. Resolution - 07-493- Authorizing the proper City officials to release water easements in portions of previously vacated Blair (formerly Lake Street) and Galtier Street (formerly Oak Street) on the Shaw Lumber site. (GS 3039523)













33. Resolution - 07-494 - Authorizing the Department of Public Works to accept an easement for sidewalk purposes for the Target store at Hamline and St. Anthony Avenues. (GS 3039490)













34. Preliminary Order - 07-495 - In the matter of reconstructing sidewalk on the south side of Exchange Street West from St. Peter Street to Wabasha Street North [S0707]; reconstructing sidewalk on the north side of Kellogg Boulevard East from Cedar Street to Minnesota Street [S0708]; reconstructing sidewalk on the east side of Minnesota Street from Seventh Street East to Ninth Street East [S0709]; reconstructing sidewalk on the south side of Sixth Street East from Robert Street North to Jackson Street [J0710]; and setting date of public hearing for July 5, 2007. (GS 3039930)










35. Resolution Approving Assessment - 07-496 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for summary abatement for the excessive consumption of inspection services for property code violations billed from November 27, 2006 to January 30, 2007 [J0701E]; towing abandoned vehicles from private property during February 2007 [J0702V]; and setting date of Legislative Hearings for June 26, 2007 and City Council public hearing for July 5, 2007. (GS 3039951)










36. Resolution Approving Assessment - 07-497 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for demolition of vacant buildings at 872 Simcoe Street and 646 Maryland Avenue during May 2007 [J0707C]; boarding up vacant buildings during April 2007 [J0703B]; summary abatements (property clean-up) on private properties from April 28 to May 17, 2007 [J0708A]; providing weekly garbage hauling services from May 1 to May 16, 2007 [J0708G]; and setting date of Legislative Hearings for July 10, 2007 and City Council public hearings for July 18, 2007. (GS 3040132)







37. Resolution Approving Assessment - 07-498- In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost and expense for summary abatements (property clean-up) on private properties from April 12 to April 27, 2007; weekly garbage hauling services from April 18 to April 26, 2007; demolition of a vacant building during the month of April, 2007; and removing diseased elm trees from 519 Farrington Street during the winter season 2006/2007; and setting date of public hearing for July 5, 2007. (GS 3039673)










ORDINANCES







38. Final Adoption - 07-336 - An ordinance amending Chapter 33.07 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to clarify language requirements regarding fencing at a corner lot location. (Amended and laid over from May 23) (GS 3038093)







39. Final Adoption - 07-424 - An ordinance memorializing City Council action granting the application of Selby Area Community Development Corporation to rezone property at 940 Selby Avenue from B2 (Community Business) to TN1 (Traditional Neighborhood). (ZF 07-013-828) (GS 3038893)










40. Final Adoption - 07-425 - An ordinance memorializing City Council action granting the application of Ms. Alison Kern to rezone property from TN2 (Traditional Neighborhood) and VP (Vehicular Parking) to B2 (Community Business) at 1172-1180 Arcade Street, 0 Rose Avenue, and 838 Maryland Avenue East. (ZF 07-022-851) (GS 3038894)










PUBLIC HEARINGS







41. Final Adoption - 07-392 - An Administrative Ordinance establishing the minimum qualifications for the position of Fire Chief. (Amended May 23 and laid over for public hearing and final adoption) (GS 3039049)










42. Third Reading - 07-401 - An ordinance establishing a Qualifications and Examining Committee for the position of Fire Chief. (GS 3039453)










43. Resolution - 07-499 - Approving a waiver from the Living Wage Requirements of Chapter 98 of the Administrative Code for the Church of St. Bernard and North End Community Foundation, and additional funding for $180,000 from the Urban Revitalization Action Program. (GS 3040170)










44. Resolution - 07-500 - Approving the application of St. Paul After Hours for a sound level variance on June 7, 14, 21, and 28; July 12, 19, and 26, and August 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2007, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., in order to provide live music at Mears Park. (GS 3039730)










45. Resolution - 07-501 - Approving the application of Tavern on the Avenue, 825 Jefferson Avenue, for a sound level variance on June 22 and June 23, 2007 from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight, in order to provide live music. (GS 3039791)










46. Resolution - 07-502 - Approving the application of Schroeder’s Fine Food & Spirits, 605 Front Avenue, for a sound level variance on June 15, 16 and 17, and July 27 and 28, 2007, from 12:00 noon to 11:00 p.m., in order to provide live music, with limitations. (GS 3039870)










47. Resolution - 07-503 - Approving the application of J & S Bean Factory, 1518 Randolph Avenue, for a sound level variance on June 9, 2007 from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., in order to present amplified music, with limitations. (GS 3039942)










48. Final Order - 07-351 - In the matter of the Operation Costs of the Above Standard Street Lighting System for Rice Park for 2007. (File No. 19041) (Adopted April 18; recalled and laid over on April 25) (GS 3035973)










49. Final Order - 07-504 - In the matter of constructing new sidewalk on the south side of Hewitt Avenue from North Griggs Street to North Dunlap Street. (Laid over from May 16) (GS 3039940)










50. Final Order - 07-505 - In the matter of constructing new sidewalk on the north side of Christie Place from Prosperity Road to Kennard Street. (Laid over from May 16) (GS 3039941)










51. Final Order - 07-506 - In the matter of constructing an above-standard twin lantern street lighting system on the west side of White Bear Avenue between 200 feet south of Rose Avenue and 200 feet north of Hawthorne Avenue. (File No. 19042) (GS 3038776)










52. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-507 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expense for the Seventh/Daly RSVP for 1026 Pleasant Avenue. (GS 3038439)













53. Public hearing to consider the appeal of Tom Dimond et al to a decision of the Planning Commission approving a Conditional Use Permit, Variances, and revised Site Plan for Holman Field subdrain improvements. (ZF 07-078-905)































54. Public hearing to consider the appeal of William Madden, Jr. to a decision of the Board of Zoning Appeals granting a side yard setback variance in order to construct a sunroom addition at 2215 Como Avenue. (ZF 07-081619)










55. Resolution - 07-508 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 1126 Edgerton Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3039152) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)










56. Resolution - 07-509 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 941 Greenbrier Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3039153) (Legislative Hearing Officer’s recommendation is forthcoming)










57. Resolution - 07-510 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 707 Kent Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3039154) (Legislative Hearing Officer’s recommendation is forthcoming)










58. Resolution - 07-511 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 1155 Payne Avenue within one hundred-twenty (120) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3039151) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)










59. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-512 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost and expense for summary abatement for the excessive consumption of inspection services for property code violations billed from September 5 to November 27, 2006. [J0608E2] (GS 3039530) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends the following:










60. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-513 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost and expenses for demolition of vacant buildings at 1036 Norton Street and 960 Duchess Street during March, 2007 [J0704C]; summary abatements (property clean-up) on private property from March 15 to March 29, 2007 [J0705A]; providing weekly garbage hauling services from March 13 to March 27, 2007 [J0705G]; and towing of abandoned vehicles from private properties during the month of December, 2006 [J0609V]. (GS3038711) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends the following:










61. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-514 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for Tenant Remedy Action Rehabilitation for property at 1123 Galtier Street in February 2007 (TR0702). (GS 3038773)










62. Appeal of Katherine Kelly and Benjamin Zibble to a Summary Abatement Order and Correction Notice for property at 1470 Midway Parkway. (Withdrawn)







63. Appeal of Ron Kizzee, on behalf of Open Arms Assembly of God Church, to a Summary Abatement Order for property at 1555 Jackson Street. (Withdrawn)







64. Appeal of Joel Nelson to a Vacant Building Registration Fee for property at 914 Earl Street. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the appeal)







65. Appeal of Steven Van Houten to a Notice of Condemnation and Order to Vacate property at 934 Hampden Avenue. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the appeal on the Notice of Condemnation and Order to Vacate and granting the owners an extension on hours allowed to be in the building from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. provided an inspection is made of the interior of the building. A Code Compliance Inspection would need to be conducted on the building and all items on that report would need to be completed and signed off before the building could be re-occupied.)







66. Appeal of Mary Jo Durand and John Katter to an Amended Notice of Condemnation and Order to Vacate and a Summary Abatement Notice for property at 1904 Princeton Avenue. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the appeal on the Amended Notice of Condemnation and granting the appeal on the Summary Abatement Notice.)



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