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Zoning Board of Adjustments /

building and standards commission

Regular Session Agenda

June 6, 2013

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers

300 West Walker Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.                   Call to order and Roll call of members

 

II.                Approval of Minutes

A.     May 2, 2013

 

III.             The Swearing in of Speakers and Witnesses

 

IV.              Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings (BASC)

A.     Hold a fourth public compliance hearing with possible action on BASC13-02 (1018 Sunset), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary, including imposition of civil penalties, to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot 17, Block 1 of the Pecan Forest Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 1616, Page 162 of the Map Records in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas.(INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 02-07-2013; INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 03-07-2013; SECOND  HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 04-04-2013; THIRD HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-02-2013)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Mark S. Robbins, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

And P.O. Box 1765, League City, Texas 77574-1765

Douglas A. Keith, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And 220 Englewood Drive, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

Mark E. Ciavaglia, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Brent J. Richbook, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Jason L. Bailey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o R. Gregory East, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Yolanda Humphrey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Herbert H. Medsger, Attorney at Law, 1834 West Main Street, League City, Texas 77573-3540       

 

B.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-04 (2925 Forest Hills), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 2925 Forest Hill, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot 13, Block 5 of the Meadow Bend Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the replat thereof recorded in Volume 17, Pages 147 and 148 of the Map Records of Galveston County, Texas. (PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 03-07-2013 MEETING; PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 04-04-2013 MEETING; PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 05-02-2013 MEETING)

 

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City of League City

Zoning Board of Adjustments / Building Standards Commission

Regular Session Agenda

June 6, 2013 

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers, 300 West Walker Street

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Charles D. and Patricia Mendel, 2925 Forest Hills Drive, League City, Texas 77573 Carey Frances Mendel, 105 Grand Maison Blvd., Mandeville, LA 70471

Heirs of the Estate of Charles Mendel, Deceased, 2925 Forest Hills Drive, League City, Texas 77573

And 104 Grand Maison Blvd., Mandeville, LA 70471

David Mendel, 619 Oak Glen Drive, Kemah, Texas 77565

Kristen Marie Mendel, 13031 Park Crossing, #1104, San Antonio, Texas 78217

Pamela Ann Mendel, 13031 Park Crossing, #1104, San Antonio, Texas 78217

Citizens National Mortgage Corporation, 8787 Complex Drive, San Diego, CA 92123-1495

Norwest Mortgage, Inc., Norwest Loan No. 1810855, 405 SW 5th Street, Des Moines, IA 50309

Bank of America, N.A., Successor by merger to LaSalle Bank, N.A., Trustee for Certificate Holders of Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities I, LLC., Asset Backed Certificates, Series 2004-HE11by EMC Mortgage

Corporation, Attn: Greg Allen, Vice President, 2780 Lake Vista Drive, Lewisville, Texas 75067

EMC Mortgage Corporation, % Brice Vander Linden & Wernick, PC, Attn: J. Daneice Villarreal, 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Meadow Bend Homeowners Association/Houston Community Management, % Daughtry & Jordan, P.C., 17049 El Camino Real, Houston, Texas 77058-2630

Selim Taherzadeh ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Steve Leva ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

David Moon ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Suzy Chaney ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Cara Featherstone ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

And Howard M. Reiner & Associates, Substitute Trustee, 3410 Mercer Street, Houston, Texas 77027

Howard M. Reiner & Associates, Attn: Howard M. Reiner, Administrator In the Estate of Charles

Dudley Mendel, 3410 Mercer Street, Houston, Texas 77027

And 5430 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas 75240

 

C.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-05 (211 Perkins Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 211 Perkins Street, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of Lots 9 and 10, Block 5 of the Galveston County Farms Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof, recorded in Volume 192, Page 274 of the Map Records of Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Mary Jennette Jackson Hunnicutt, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573


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City of League City

Zoning Board of Adjustments / Building Standards Commission

Regular Session Agenda

June 6, 2013 

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers, 300 West Walker Street

Lester Housh Jackson, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Suite 214, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 217 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 3820 Danbury Drive #1906, Arlington, Texas 76016

Clifford A. Jackson, 3817 Richmond, Suite 100, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 7757

And 15721 Serendipity Trail, Plantersville, Texas 77363

Estate of Mable P. Jackson, c/o Mary J. Jackson Hunnicutt, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas 77056

 

D.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-06 (114 Houston Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 114 Houston Avenue, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of Lots 8 and 9, Block 2 of the Galveston County Farms Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map as recorded in Volume 192, Page 275 of the Galveston County Clerk?s Records being located in and being out of the Stephen F. Austin Survey, Abstract No. 3, Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Ronney M. and Charlotte A. Henson, P.O. Box 657, League City, Texas 77573

And 808 Moody Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 114 Houston Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Mary Emma Swinney, P.O. Box 813, League City, Texas 77573

Gary B. Kivell, Trustee, The Fuhr Law Firm, 107 Landing Boulevard, Suite F, League City, Texas 77573

Mark E. Ciavaglia, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, TX 77592

Jason L. Bailey, 1235 North Loop West, #600, Houston TX 77008

 

E.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-07 (404 West FM 646), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 404 West FM 646, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of the western half of Lot 32, of Addition ?D? to the Town of Dickinson, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 155, Page 10 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

The Crown Enterprises, Inc., a Tennessee corporation, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

And c/o Real Estate Department, P.O. Box 869, Warren, Michigan 48090-0869

The Crown Enterprises, Inc., Assignor, Attn: E. William King, VP and Treasurer, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

Crown Enterprises, Inc., Attn: Barry Evans, Attorney at Law, 550 North Egret Bay Boulevard, Suite 100, League City, Texas 77573-2947

Crown Enterprises, Inc., Attn: Larry Jacobs, Portfolio Manager, 12225 Stephens Road, Warren, Michigan 48089

Comptroller of Public Accounts, Capital Station, Austin, Texas 78774

JP Morgan Interfunding Corporation, Beneficiary, Attn: Philip D. Weller, Trustee, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036

 

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City of League City

Zoning Board of Adjustments / Building Standards Commission

Regular Session Agenda

June 6, 2013 

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers, 300 West Walker Street

JP Morgan Interfunding Corporation, Assignee, Attn: B. Roland Palm, Manager, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036

And 237 Jefferson, Street, Centerport, New York 11721

The Mason and Dixon Tank Lines, Inc., Lessee, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker, Attn: Benet Polikoff, Jr., Esquire, 430 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker, Attn: Carol Johnson, 430 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

 

V.                 Adjournment

 

CERTIFICATE

 

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING WAS POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD AT CITY HALL OF THE CITY OF LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS, BY THE 31ST DAY OF MAY, 2013 BY 6 PM, AND WAS POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 551, LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE (THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT).  ITEMS POSTED IN THE OPEN SESSION PORTIONS OF THIS AGENDA MAY ALSO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED OR EXECUTIVE SESSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT. THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO HEAR ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED AGENDA ITEMS THAT QUALIFY FOR AN EXECUTIVE SESSION, IN AN EXECUTIVE SESSION BY PUBLICLY ANNOUNCING THE APPLICABLE SECTION NUMBER OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT, (CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, SPECIFICALLY INCLUDING CHAPTER 551.071 ?CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY?), THAT JUSTIFIES EXECUTIVE SESSION TREATMENT.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRESENCE OF A QUORUM OF THE MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL AT ANY TIME DURING THE COURSE OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED PROCEEDING MAY CONSTITUTE A MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL PURSUANT TO THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE.  BY THIS NOTICE, THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY ADVISED OF SAID MEETING NOT LESS THAN 72 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE DATE, TIME AND LOCATION NOTED ABOVE.

 

 

 

__________________________________________             

OSCAR AREVALO, CBO

BUILDING OFFICIAL        

 

 

MINUTES

CITY OF LEAGUE CITY

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS/

BUILDING AND STANDARDS COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING

THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2013 at 6:00 P.M.

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

200 WEST WALKER STREET

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I.                         Call to order and Roll call of members

 

Mr. Christiansen called the meeting to order at 6:07 p.m.

 

Members present:                                                       Members absent:

James R. Christiansen, Chair                                       Janet Alleman

Amy Beasley, Vice Chair                                            Michael Hendershot                            

Katie Benoit                                                                 Elizabeth Scully

Charles Rosen*

           

City Representatives:

Lonzell Banks, Code Compliance Official

Frank LeBlanc, Code Compliance

Mark Linenschmidt, ZBA Liaison

Connie Acosta, City Attorney

 

*Mr. Christiansen activated Mr. Rosen as a voting member of the Commission.

 

II.                      Approval of Minutes

 

A.     May 2, 2013

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to approve the minutes of May 2, 2013.

 

Mr. Rosen seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

III.                   Swearing in of Witnesses

 

Mr. Christiansen swore in the witnesses, stating this is a quasi-judicial board, which is being recorded; therefore, anybody who speaks should be aware it is considered testimony. Any appeal of the decision by the Zoning Board of Adjustment or Building and Standards Commission must be filed with the Court of Competent Jurisdiction within 10 days after the date of the decision rendered by this board, or such time period as indicated by Section 216.014 Texas Local Government Code.

 

IV.                   Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings (BASC)

 

A.     Hold a fourth public compliance hearing with possible action on BASC13-02 (1018 Sunset), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary, including imposition of civil penalties, to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot 17, Block 1 of the Pecan Forest Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 1616, Page 162 of the Map Records in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas.(INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 02-07-2013; INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 03-07-2013; SECOND  HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 04-04-2013; THIRD HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-02-2013)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Mark S. Robbins, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

And P.O. Box 1765, League City, Texas 77574-1765

Douglas A. Keith, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And 220 Englewood Drive, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

Mark E. Ciavaglia, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Brent J. Richbook, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Jason L. Bailey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o R. Gregory East, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Yolanda Humphrey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Herbert H. Medsger, Attorney at Law, 1834 West Main Street, League City, Texas 77573-3540

 

Mr. Banks, Code Compliance Official, updated the Board on the case. He indicated that the Owner had not contacted staff on June 3rd, 2013, according to the last meeting?s order. Staff made several attempts to communicate with the owner with no response. Staff then executed a search warrant on the property in which the Fire Marshal, Fire Department and Police Department assisted in the search warrant and inspected the property. As a result, there were indications that none of the interior repairs had been made. Mr. Banks began the presentation to the Commission. He recommended that the residents of the home be removed within 72 hours until all plumbing is repaired and due to the unmaintained state of the residence (e.g., no running water, debris, etc.) identified during the search warrant. It was also recommended that the Owner provide cause or means of assurance that proper repairs can be made to return to the residence.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any questions for the city staff. He indicated that it would be the Commission?s determination to move forward with civil penalties, removal of any inhabitants of the structure and assurance for repairs.

 

Connie Acosta, City Attorney, asked the Commission if it had been determined that there were no appearances to be made by the Owner or other record holders.

 

Mr. Christiansen responded in the negative, but indicated that he would address it. He reiterated the requirements to appeal a decision by the Building and Standards Commission. Mr. Christiansen then asked for any Owners or any representatives to come forward.

 

Mark Robbins, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573, stated that he missed the last meeting due to an illness.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked Mr. Robbins if it was still his intent to continue to repair the structure.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the affirmative.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if he had any way of showing the city a timeline of repairing the structure.

 

Mr. Robbins indicated that he did not have anything to provide, stating that he was not aware of any requirement to do so. He further indicated he had been recuperating from an illness for the past 7 weeks.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked Mr. Robbins if there was a reason why the City was having a difficult time contacting him.

 

Mr. Robbins responded that he did not know why they couldn?t reach him and was unsure of the contact number city staff has.

 

Ms. Beasley suggested that Mr. Robbins and the city staff double check the contact number before either party left the meeting tonight.

 

Mr. Robbins noted that the answering machine does not work and their caller id has not identified that the City has called. He did not know how staff could leave messages.

 

Mr. Banks added that certified letters had been sent to the property, after all of the orders, in addition to making attempts to contact via telephone.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if Mr. Robbins had been receiving certified letters.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the negative. He added that his brother was most likely receiving the mail and not  giving the notices  to him.

 

Ms. Benoit asked Mr. Robbins if he resided at the house.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the affirmative. He added that, when able, he would work on making repairs and considered the exterior repairs as substantially complete.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked Mr. Robbins what his plan was regarding the plumbing repairs, based on city staff assessment that there was no running water.

 

Mr. Robbins stated that he had a vapor lock issue with his plumbing and questioned if staff had flushed the toilet.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked Mr. Robbins if he had running water.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the affirmative. There was a discussion of which fixtures and bathrooms were operable and inoperable resulting in Mr. Robbins stating that he would need to hire a plumber to replumb the house.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if any of the toilets were working.

 

Mr. Robbins responded that he did not know what was working.

 

Mr. Robbins requested to go back through the pictures to ask questions and indicated that city staff was not answering his questions.

 

Ms. Beasley stated to Mr. Robbins that at a previous meeting, she asked Mr. Robbins if he needed at list of repairs and the response was ?No? and that Mr. Robbins indicated he knew what needed to be done.

 

Mr. Robbins replied that he knew what needed to be done, but needed specifics. He continued that he was directed to the Building Official, whom he has contacted in the past.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if Mr. Arevalo has answered his questions.

 

Mr. Robbins replied that he had answered some of them, and he does not wish to interact with Mr. Banks or Mr. LeBlanc.

 

Ms. Benoit stated her concerns were of the lack of sanitary services as well as to any emergency service that may be required as the result of an emergency.

 

There was a discussion regarding the sanitary sewer in the house. In addition, Mr. Banks briefly reiterated the history of the case in respect to repairing the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked Mr. Robbins if he had started making any of the repairs inside.

 

Mr. Robbins responded that he had a toilet and pedestal sink repaired. However, the sink has been broken since.

 

Ms. Beasley asked Mr. Robbins to speak to what his plan is to make the repairs.

 

Mr. Christiansen interjected and briefly discussed, pursuant to the law, the Owners requirement to show burden of proof and indicated that the Commission has continued to wait for the factual evidence required.

 

Mr. Robbins responded by stating that he was attempting to make the repairs. 

 

Mr. Christiansen indicated to Mr. Robbins that there was no progress on moving forward, in which there must be some type of plan as stipulated by law.

 

Mr. Robbins reiterated that he had not received any phone calls or letters from the city.

 

Mr. Christiansen reiterated to Mr. Robbins that it was his responsibility to contact the city.

 

Mr. Robbins indicated the he did not know who to contact at the city anymore and asked if Mr. Arevalo would be his contact.

 

Ms. Beasley asked Mr. Robbins if Mr. Arevalo had been responsive to his calls.

 

Mr. Robbins stated that Mr. Arevalo had not contacted him twice.

 

There was a discussion about Mr. Robbins? attempt to make repairs and provide a timeline of repairs.

 

Ms. Beasley asked Mr. Robbins if he was going to hire a licensed plumber.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the affirmative.

 

Ms. Beasley reiterated to Mr. Robbins that the Commission is not hearing a plan to correct the issues from him.

 

Mr. Rosen asked Mr. Robbins if he had enlisted the services of a plumber or an electrician to perform the work that was needed to be done based on Mr. Robbins previous testimony that he would hire professionals to perform the work.

 

Mr. Robbins responded that he was unsure as to how to properly answer the question. He added that he previously thought he would do the work himself, except the repairs of the foundation and roof. He had recently realized that he is not physically able to perform the work and that he would need to hire professionals. However, he is having financial difficulties. He further added that he understood that permits will be required for the work.

 

Mr. Rosen asked Mr. Robbins if his financial condition was hindering his ability to hire the appropriate contractors to do the appropriate work.

 

Mr. Robbins responded in the negative, indicating that it was his desire to use his finances wisely to prevent any additional costs in the future. He then asked why his house was considered to be demolished.

 

There was a discussion regarding the process and previous findings by the Commission regarding the property.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any additional questions for Mr. Robbins from the Commission.

 

Mr. Christiansen recognized a lady in the audience and asked if she would like to make a statement.

 

The lady responded in the affirmative and approached the Commission.

 

Mr. Christiansen swore in the lady.

 

Candicia Parrish, 305 Wakefield Drive, League City, Texas 77573, indicated that no phone calls or messages had been left at the contact number, as it was her phone. She continued by briefly restating the issues with repairing the property.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked Ms. Parrish if it was her testimony that there was water running in the house and that the ground floor bathroom was functional.

 

Ms. Parrish responded in the affirmative.

 

Mr. Christiansen said the Owner could sit down.

 

Mr. Robbins asked if he could provide the Commission and city staff with additional contact information.

 

Mr. Christiansen and Ms. Beasley responded in the affirmative.

 

Ms. Beasley requested that the Owner provide the Commission with the information and that they would hand it to the right people.

 

Ms. Beasley asked the City Attorney if they could set this case aside for now and return to it after the Commission?s other business has been taken care of.

 

Ms. Acosta responded in the affirmative.

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to move Item IV.A. to the bottom of the agenda.

 

Mr. Rosen seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Christiansen called for the vote.

 

The motion passed unanimously by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

B.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-04 (2925 Forest Hills), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 2925 Forest Hill, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot 13, Block 5 of the Meadow Bend Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the replat thereof recorded in Volume 17, Pages 147 and 148 of the Map Records of Galveston County, Texas. (PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 03-07-2013 MEETING; PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 04-04-2013 MEETING; PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 05-02-2013 MEETING)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Charles D. and Patricia Mendel, 2925 Forest Hills Drive, League City, Texas 77573

Carey Frances Mendel, 105 Grand Maison Blvd., Mandeville, LA 70471

Heirs of the Estate of Charles Mendel, Deceased, 2925 Forest Hills Drive, League City, Texas 77573

      And 104 Grand Maison Blvd., Mandeville, LA 70471

David Mendel, 619 Oak Glen Drive, Kemah, Texas 77565

Kristen Marie Mendel, 13031 Park Crossing, #1104, San Antonio, Texas 78217

Pamela Ann Mendel, 13031 Park Crossing, #1104, San Antonio, Texas 78217

Citizens National Mortgage Corporation, 8787 Complex Drive, San Diego, CA 92123-1495

Norwest Mortgage, Inc., Norwest Loan No. 1810855, 405 SW 5th Street, Des Moines, IA 50309

Bank of America, N.A., Successor by merger to LaSalle Bank, N.A., Trustee for Certificate Holders of Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities I, LLC., Asset Backed Certificates, Series 2004-

HE11by EMC Mortgage Corporation, Attn: Greg Allen, Vice President, 2780 Lake Vista Drive, Lewisville, Texas 75067

EMC Mortgage Corporation, % Brice Vander Linden & Wernick, PC, Attn: J. Daneice Villarreal, 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Meadow Bend Homeowners Association/Houston Community Management, % Daughtry & Jordan, P.C., 17049 El Camino Real, Houston, Texas 77058-2630

Selim Taherzadeh ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Steve Leva ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

David Moon ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Suzy Chaney ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

Cara Featherstone ? Substitute Trustee, Bruce, Vander Linden & Wernick, P.C., 9441 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75243

                  And Howard M. Reiner & Associates, Substitute Trustee, 3410 Mercer Street, Houston, Texas 77027

Howard M. Reiner & Associates, Attn: Howard M. Reiner, Administrator In the Estate of Charles Dudley Mendel, 3410 Mercer Street, Houston, Texas 77027

                  And 5430 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas 75240

 

Mr. Banks, Code Compliance Official, recommended to the Commission to continue this hearing in order for staff to coordinate with the City Attorney regarding the property.

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to continue the public hearing to the next regularly scheduled meeting.

 

Ms. Benoit seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

C.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-05 (211 Perkins Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 211 Perkins Street, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of Lots 9 and 10, Block 5 of the Galveston County Farms Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof, recorded in Volume 192, Page 274 of the Map Records of Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Mary Jennette Jackson Hunnicutt, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Lester Housh Jackson, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Suite 214, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 217 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 3820 Danbury Drive #1906, Arlington, Texas 76016

Clifford A. Jackson, 3817 Richmond, Suite 100, Houston, Texas 77056

And 211 Perkins Avenue, League City, Texas 7757

And 15721 Serendipity Trail, Plantersville, Texas 77363

Estate of Mable P. Jackson, c/o Mary J. Jackson Hunnicutt, 807 South Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas 77056

 

Mr. Banks, Code Compliance Official, presented the case to the Commission. He indicated that at least six tests were met for the structure to be determined a dangerous building. Mr. Banks began his photo presentation of the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if there was power service going to the structure.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the negative. Mr. Banks continued his presentation.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if the property was secure.

 

Mr. Banks responded that the property was secure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if the house was uninhabited.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative.

 

Mr. Banks recommended that the structure be repaired or demolished, which is dependent upon the Owner?s desire to repair the structure.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if the City was able to contact the property owner.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative and noted that he spoke with the owner that day and told her about the hearing.

 

Ms. Benoit asked what year the house was built.

 

[Unidentifiable Audience Member] The house was built in approximately 1947 by a Reverend Elliot.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if the house was on pier and beams.

 

Mr. Banks replied that the house appears to have been a pier and beam construction.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any other questions for staff. Mr. Christiansen then asked if there were any homeowners, lienholders or anyone representing the property.

 

Jennette Hunnicutt, 5655 Briar Drive, Houston, Texas 77056, a partial owner of the house, indicated that she would personally like to see the house repaired and has indicated that there are no tenants since the water and power are turned off. She added that they have received bids to replace the wiring in the house and are maintaining the grass on the property. She briefly described the history of the house. She said that the repair option is dependent upon the bids provided.

 

Ms. Beasley asked Ms. Hunnicutt if she would be able to have the bids by the next meeting.

 

Ms. Hunnicutt replied that she didn?t know.

 

Clifford Jackson, 15721 Serendipity Trail, Plantersville, Texas 77363, a partial owner of the house, stated that he would like to evaluate what the costs would be to repair the structure and costs for demolition. He also requested a specific list of items that need to be performed on the structure. Mr. Jackson briefly added to the history of the house.

 

Mr. Christiansen then asked if there were any other homeowners, lienholders wishing to speak.

 

Mr. Christiansen opened the public hearing at 7:47 p.m. Not seeing anyone wishing to speak,

Mr. Christiansen closed the public hearing at 7:47 p.m.

 

Mr. Christiansen called to begin on the order.

 

Ms. Beasley asked the City Attorney if they needed to go through the order, even though the owners have expressed a willingness to repair the structure and return at a later meeting.

 

Ms. Acosta responded in the affirmative since the public hearing had been held.

 

Item III: Findings (Page 3)

 

Item #B

Item was marked and ?a framed single-family dwelling? was filled in the blank.

 

Item #C

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

 

Item #2

Item was marked.

 

Item #3

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #4

Item was marked.

 

Item #5

Item was marked.

 

Item #6

Item was marked.

 

Item #7

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #8

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #9

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #10

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #11

Item was marked.

 

Item #12

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #13

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item IV: Orders

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

Item #2

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #3

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #4

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #5

Item was marked with ?August 1, 2013? filled in the bank and ?demolition to be determined? added on the second line.

 

Item #6

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #7

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #8

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #9

Item was marked with the date ?August 1, 2013? filled in the blank.

 

Item #10

Item was marked with the condition that the owners provide plan of action and timeline for completion.

 

Item #11

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item VI: Compliance

 

The item was marked as a compliance hearing.

 

Mr. Christiansen called for a break at 8:09 p.m. to sign the orders.

 

Mr. Christiansen called the meeting back to order at 8:27 p.m.

 

D.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-06 (114 Houston Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 114 Houston Avenue, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of Lots 8 and 9, Block 2 of the Galveston County Farms Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map as recorded in Volume 192, Page 275 of the Galveston County Clerk?s Records being located in and being out of the Stephen F. Austin Survey, Abstract No. 3, Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Ronney M. and Charlotte A. Henson, P.O. Box 657, League City, Texas 77573

And 808 Moody Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

And 114 Houston Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Mary Emma Swinney, P.O. Box 813, League City, Texas 77573

Gary B. Kivell, Trustee, The Fuhr Law Firm, 107 Landing Boulevard, Suite F, League City, Texas 77573

Mark E. Ciavaglia, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, TX 77592

Jason L. Bailey, 1235 North Loop West, #600, Houston TX 77008

 

Mr. Banks, Code Compliance Official, presented the case to the Commission. Mr. Banks indicated that the structure meets seven of the dangerous building conditions and that a search warrant had to be executed to access and inspect the structure. He added that the Owner has begun making repairs to the structure. Mr. Banks began his photo presentation of the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if the Owner was issued a permit for the work.

 

Mr. Banks replied that staff did post a red tag on the property identifying that the Owner did need to pull the proper permits, and none of the permits have been pulled at this time. He further added that it was staff?s recommendation to repair the structure.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if there were two structures on the property.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if the structure in question was the cinder block constructed building or the building constructed out of wood.

 

Mr. Banks indicated that the shed building would be removed and repairs would be made on the other structure.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if the repairs would be made on the cinder block structure.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative.

 

Ms. Benoit asked if the Commission was discussing both structures.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative ? the shed and the main structure. Mr. Banks added the structure was a mixture of cinder block and wood framing.

 

Mr. Christiansen then asked if there were any homeowners, lienholders or anyone representing the property.

 

Dr. Ronnie Henson, 808 Moody, League City 77573, provided a brief history of his communications with city staff. He indicated that the air conditioning and duct work will not be repaired, and there is no electricity to the building. Mr. Henson speculated that the humming was from the turbine on the roof and that the cooler was being stored for Dr. Elizabeth Cole. He further indicated that he has had transients in the building and has had two separate prospective buyers of the property, with one buyer indicating to demolish the structure He added that he has not requested a permit, since he has only been replacing fascia, but he will seek permits if the roof is to be repaired.  He also indicated that he will secure the building from trespassers. He offered to update the Commission at the August 1st meeting.

 

Mr. Henson asked if there was anything else.

 

Mr. Banks briefly discussed the need for permits and the post for a corner of the building.

 

There was a brief discussion regarding the post at the corner of the building and securing the building.

 

Ms. Beasley asked the City Attorney for her advice on the possibility of continuing the public hearing based on the testimony.

 

Ms. Acosta responded that the Commission can continue the item and that if the Owner chooses to repair the structure; another hearing would be required and recommended that the Commission provide the Owner notice of a requirement to appear at the August 1st meeting in which a plan to repair the structure be provided.       

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to continue the item until the regularly scheduled meeting on August 1, 2013, at 6 p.m. at this location with the instructions that Mr. Henson should return to the Commission at that meeting with a plan of action (sell or repair) and provide additional information for either action.

 

Mr. Rosen seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

E.     Hold a public hearing and take action on BASC13-07 (404 West FM 646), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 404 West FM 646, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as a portion of the western half of Lot 32, of Addition ?D? to the Town of Dickinson, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 155, Page 10 in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas.

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

The Crown Enterprises, Inc., a Tennessee corporation, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

And c/o Real Estate Department, P.O. Box 869, Warren, Michigan 48090-0869

The Crown Enterprises, Inc., Assignor, Attn: E. William King, VP and Treasurer, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

Crown Enterprises, Inc., Attn: Barry Evans, Attorney at Law, 550 North Egret Bay Boulevard, Suite 100, League City, Texas 77573-2947

Crown Enterprises, Inc., Attn: Larry Jacobs, Portfolio Manager, 12225 Stephens Road, Warren, Michigan 48089

Comptroller of Public Accounts, Capital Station, Austin, Texas 78774

JP Morgan Interfunding Corporation, Beneficiary, Attn: Philip D. Weller, Trustee, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036

JP Morgan Interfunding Corporation, Assignee, Attn: B. Roland Palm, Manager, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036

And 237 Jefferson Street, Centerport, New York 11721

The Mason and Dixon Tank Lines, Inc., Lessee, c/o P.O. Box 969, Kingsport, Tennessee 37662

Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker, Attn: Benet Polikoff, Jr., Esquire, 430 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker, Attn: Carol Johnson, 430 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

 

Mr. Banks, Code Compliance Official, presented the case to the Commission. Mr. Banks indicated that the metal structure meets nine (9) of the dangerous building conditions in which the structure sustained damage during Hurricane Ike. Mr. Banks began his photo presentation of the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if there was power to the building.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the negative. Mr. Banks continued his photo presentation of the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if there was a fence surrounding the property.

 

Mr. Banks responded in the affirmative. Mr. Banks continued his photo presentation of the structure.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if city staff had accessed the property through an opening in the gate.

 

Mr. Banks responded that city staff executed a search warrant for the property. Mr. Banks recommended repair or demolition based on the Owner?s decision.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if there was any contact with the owners.

 

Mr. Banks responded that a consultant had been retained on behalf of Crown Enterprises, the owner, to assess the condition of the structure for the property.

 

Mr. Christiansen asked if there were any homeowners, lienholders or anyone representing the property.

 

Charles Jenkins, P.E., structural engineer, was hired by Crown Enterprises to appear on their behalf on the assessment of the structure of the subject building. Mr. Jenkins distributed a copy of his report, which agrees with the city staff?s assessment. Mr. Jenkins briefly went through his recommendations in the report. He stated that the Owner would like to demolish a roof over the loading dock and secure the structure within two weeks.  He asked to be granted 90 days to gather quotes for the proposed demolition work for the loading dock. Mr. Jenkins also noted that there was a prospective leasee for the property.

 

Mr. Rosen asked what kind of plans the prospective lease had for the property.

 

Mr. Jenkins responded that he could not answer the question because it was still early in the process.

 

Ms. Beasley stated for the record that there is a concern for the request for 90 days, due to the fact that it is hurricane season.

 

Mr. Jenkins responded that he would advise the owners tomorrow and pass that information on to them. Mr. Jenkins explained the list of repairs he recommended.

 

Mr. Banks asked what the timeline was regarding  demolishing the canopy over the loading dock.

 

Mr. Jenkins said that he would estimate 60 - 90 days and that the owners requested as much time as possible.  He said that he will encourage the owners to have the work performed within 30 days.

 

Ms. Beasley asked if the address on Mr. Jenkins report is the one that should be sent to the owners.

 

Mr. Jenkins responded in the affirmative.

 

Mr. Christiansen opened the public hearing at 9:25 p.m. There being no one to speak, the public hearing was closed at 9:25 p.m.

 

Mr. Christiansen began going through the orders.

 

Item III: Findings (Page 3)

 

Item #B

Item was marked and ?a large metal building with rollup doors and loading dock area? was filled in the blank.

 

Item #C

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

Item #2

Item was marked.

 

Item #3

Item was marked.

 

Item #4

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #5

Item was marked.

 

Item #6

Item was marked.

 

Item #7

Item was marked.

 

Item #8

Item was marked.

 

Item #9

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #10

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #11

Item was marked.

 

Item #12

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #13

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item IV: Orders

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

Item #2

Item was marked with ?June 17, 2013? filled in the blank.

 

Item #3

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #4

Item was marked.

 

Item #5

Item was marked with ?July 3, 2013? filled in the bank and ?demolition of the loading dock roof and supporting purlins and beams? added on the second line.

 

Item #6

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #7

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #8

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #9

Item was marked with the date ?August 1, 2013? filled in the blank for a status/compliance report for the case. It was added that status/compliance report must show plan of action for repair or demolition with timeline and cost estimates for such.

 

Item #10

Item was marked with the condition that the demolition of the loading dock area with proof of such provided to City by July 1, 2013. Otherwise, appear at the July 3, 2013 meeting to show just cause and why it is not complete.

 

Item #11

Item was marked not applicable.

 

The special additional findings were marked as not applicable.

 

Item VI: Compliance

 

The order was marked as a compliance order.

 

Ms. Beasley summarized the order for the Commission

 

Mr. Christiansen called for a vote.

 

The order was approved unanimously by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

Mr. Christiansen called for a brief recess to sign the order at 10:07 p.m.

 

Mr. Christiansen called the meeting back to order at 10:11 p.m.

 

A.     Hold a fourth public compliance hearing with possible action on BASC13-02 (1018 Sunset), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary, including imposition of civil penalties, to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property located at 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573, legally described as Lot 17, Block 1 of the Pecan Forest Subdivision, in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map thereof recorded in Volume 1616, Page 162 of the Map Records in the Office of the County Clerk of Galveston County, Texas.(INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM 02-07-2013; INITIAL PUBLIC HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 03-07-2013; SECOND  HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 04-04-2013; THIRD HEARING WAS CLOSED ON 05-02-2013)

 

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Mark S. Robbins, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

And P.O. Box 1765, League City, Texas 77574-1765

Douglas A. Keith, 1018 Sunset Circle, League City, Texas 77573

And 220 Englewood Drive, League City, Texas 77573

And P.O. Box 58385, Houston, Texas 77258

Mark E. Ciavaglia, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Brent J. Richbook, Linebarger, Goggan, Blair, & Sampson, LLP, 518 9th Avenue North, P.O. Drawer 2789, Texas City, Texas 77592-2789

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Jason L. Bailey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o R. Gregory East, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Clear Creek Independent School District, c/o Yolanda Humphrey, Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott, LLP, 1235 North Loop West, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77008

Herbert H. Medsger, Attorney at Law, 1834 West Main Street, League City, Texas 77573-3540

 

The Commission returned to a previous discussion from earlier in the meeting. 

Mr. Christiansen stated that the Commission is going forth on the order.

 

Item III: Findings (Page 3)

 

Item #B

Mr. Christiansen noted the previous repairs to the property that have been made.

 

Item #D

The item indicating that the Owner has failed to comply was marked.

 

Item IV: Orders

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

Item #2

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #3

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #4

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #5

Item was marked with ?August 1, 2013? filled in the bank and repairs ?for water and sewer line? were added on the second line.

 

Item #6

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #7

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #8

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #9

Item was marked with the date of ?August 1, 2013 at 6 p.m.?

 

Item #10

Item was marked with the condition that by June 17, 2013, the City will provide the copy of the Fire Marshal?s report to homeowner. The homeowner will walk through house with the Fire Marshal to review violations and understand how to remedy them prior to appearing at the August 1, 2013 hearing.

 

Item #11

Item was marked not applicable.

 

The special additional findings were marked as not applicable.

 

Item VI: Compliance

 

Item #1

Item was marked.

 

Item #2

Item was marked.

 

Item #3

Item was marked not applicable.

 

Item #4

Item was marked with no civil penalties being assessed from June 6, 2013 for non-compliance was filled in the blank.

 

The order was marked as a compliance order.

 

Ms. Beasley summarized the order for the Commission.

 

Mr. Christiansen called for a vote.

 

The order was approved unanimously by a vote of 4-0-0.

 

V.                      Adjournment

 

Mr. Christiansen made a motion to adjourn the meeting.

 

Ms. Beasley seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 4-0-0.

 

Mr. Christiansen adjourned the meeting at 10:43 p.m.

 

 

 

 ___________________________________             ______________________________

Lonzell Banks                                                   James R. Christiansen,

Code Compliance Official                                           Chairperson, Zoning Board of Adjustment/           

                                                                          Building and Standards Commission          

 

Date minutes approved: ___________________