Resolution Number 150 | Session 2022-2023
Land Reutilization Authority Required To Uphold Neighborhood Standards
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT this Honorable Board request that The City, SLDC, LRA along with the sponsor of this resolution meet within the next two to three months to determine a policy or plan to implement private contractors and owner occupied residents who abut LRA owned properties be allowed to contract for the yard maintenance of LRA owned properties so that will be in place by the time the April 2023 cutting season begins. BE IT FUTHER RESOLVED THAT this Honorable Board request that The City, SLDC, LRA along with the sponsor of this resolution meet within the next two to three months to determine a policy or plan to implement private contractors be allowed to contract for the proper board of up of LRA owned properties by private companies that can be returned to effective utilization in order to provide housing, new industry, and jobs for the citizen and to provide for a prompt assessment within 30-60 days of whether the property should be boarded and marked for rehabbing or if the property should be demolished. Lastly, if the property is determined that it needs demolishing that said property be demolished within year.
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- Introduced (104.26 KB PDF)
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Resolution text was introduced (104.26 KB PDF).
The resolution was passed en banc.
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