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File #: 21-2466    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/4/2022 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 1/24/2022 Final action:
Title: Uninhabitable Structures Demolition Recommendations 633 Robeson St. District 2 2220 Progress St. District 2 316 Horseshoe Rd. District 4 949 Louise Cir. District 7
Attachments: 1. Robeson Street, 633 - Aerial Map, 2. Robeson Street, 633 - Photos, 3. Robeson Street, 633 - Ordinance, 4. Progress Street, 2220 - Aerial Map, 5. Progress Street, 2220 - Photos, 6. Progress Street, 2220 - Ordinance, 7. Horseshoe Road, 316 - Aerial Map, 8. Horseshoe Road, 316 - Photos, 9. Horseshoe Road, 316 - Ordinance, 10. Louise Circle, 949 - Aerial Map, 11. Louise Circle, 949 - Photos, 12. Louise Circle, 949 - Ordinance
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TO: Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU: Telly C. Whitfield, Ph.D., Assistant City Manager
Dr. Gerald Newton, AICP, Development Services Director
David Steinmetz, Development Services Assistant Director

FROM: Dereke D. Planter Jr., Code Enforcement Supervisor

DATE: January 24, 2022

RE:
Title
Uninhabitable Structures Demolition Recommendations

633 Robeson St. District 2
2220 Progress St. District 2
316 Horseshoe Rd. District 4
949 Louise Cir. District 7
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COUNCIL DISTRICT(S):
Council District(s)
2, 4, 7


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Relationship To Strategic Plan:
Goal 1: Safe & Secure Community; Goal 4: Desirable Place To Live, Work & Recreate

Executive Summary:
Staff request for demolition ordinance approval on three residential buildings determined to be dangerous and one residential building determined to be blight.

Background:
633 Robeson Street- PIN 0437-10-7728-
The City Inspector is required to correct conditions that are found to be in violation of the Dwellings and Buildings Minimum Standards. The structure is a vacant residential building that was inspected and condemned as a dangerous structure on September 3, 2021. The structures porch railings and columns need repair; exterior and interior doors and frames need repair; window panes need repair; window frames and window sashes need repair; roofing material, flashing and trim/fascia need repair; roof rafters and sheeting need repair. Notice of the hearing was published in the Fayetteville Observer newspaper September 12, 2021. A hearing on the condition of the structure was conducted on September 23, 2021, at which the owner did appear. A subsequent Hearing Order to repair or demolish the structure within 90 days was issued and mailed to the owner on September 24, 2021. To date, there has been no repairs to the structure and the structure has not been demolished. In the past 24 months, there has been 3 calls for 911 service to the property. There has been 5 code violation case wi...

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