City of Fayetteville
File #: 23-3694    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/8/2023 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/27/2023 Final action:
Title: Rescind Demolition Ordinance 344 S. Cool Spring Street District 2 1808 Armstrong Street District 4
Attachments: 1. S. Cool Spring Street, 344 - Filed Ordinance, 2. S. Cool Spring Street, 344 - Resolution Rescinding Demoilition Ordinance, 3. S. Cool Spring Street, 344 - Before - After Photos, 4. Armstrong Street, 1808 - Filed Ordinance, 5. Armstrong Street, 1808 - Resolution Rescinding Demoilition Ordinance, 6. Armstrong Street, 1808- Before - After Photos, 7. 2023-11-27 - Code Enforcement Demolition Recind- CC Meeting
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TO: Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU: Kelly Olivera, 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: November 27, 2023

Rescind Demolition Ordinance

344 S. Cool Spring Street District 2
1808 Armstrong Street District 4

Council District(s)
2, 4

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

Executive Summary:
Approval of resolution to cancel some previously adopted demolition ordinances where the related dangerous and blight buildings were repaired by the property owners prior to City caused demolition to where the buildings are no longer dangerous.

In order to abate the dangerous buildings, staff recommended and the City Council adopted the following demolition ordinances which were not acted upon. The property owners repaired the buildings prior to the City acting on the related demolition ordinances:

Address Condition Ordinance No. Abatement Action
344 S. Cool Spring Street Dangerous NS2021-001 Owner repaired
1808 Armstrong Street Blight NS2022-029 Owner repaired

The demolition ordinances were filed and recorded with the Cumberland County Register of Deeds as a lawfully authorized abatement actions to be taken by the City on the related property's.

The demolition ordinances are no longer effective as it was not acted upon. There are no subsequent liens for City demolition costs assessed or recorded against the property's. The proposed resolutions rescind the previously adopted demolition ordnances.

Budget Impact:
$32.00 in recording fees with the Cumberland County Register of Deeds.

Adopt the proposed resolution rescinding the recorded demolition ordinances.
Abstain from any action.
Deny the proposed resolutio...

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