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Monday, June 12, 2017

  CITY OF TITUSVILLE

MUNICIPAL CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD MINUTES

MONDAY JUNE 12, 2017
 

COUNCIL CHAMBER                   CITY HALL                                     2:00 P.M.
 
The Municipal Code Enforcement Board held its regular meeting at 2:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, second floor of City Hall, 555 S. Washington Avenue, Titusville, Florida.
 
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Members present: Chairman Mike Cunningham, Vice Chairman Pat Bell, Member Romie Grant, Member Joseph Richardson, Member Gina Beckles and Member Ashley Edens.

Members Absent: Edward Moniz

 
City Staff present were: Officer Bob Crisco, Officer Kenneth Hutchings, Code Manager Glenn Tolleson. Also present were Assistant City Attorney Chelsea Farrell and Board Attorney Richard Rogers.
 

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The meeting was called to order at 2:00 p.m. The entire assembly recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
 
 
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Vice Chairman Bell made a motion for approval of the May 8, 2017 minutes. Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.


VII.     OLD BUSINESS

Case # 16-89 – Lapohn Enterprises LLC – 503 Cheney Highway
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that Ms. Lapohn had scheduled a pre application meeting with the Planning Department June 20 at 2:30 pm.

Ms. Lapohn testified that she applied for a Building Permit July 26, 2016. Ms. Lapohn testified that after applying for the permit she was referred to the Planning Department.

 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue Case #16-89 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.
 
Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board continue Case #16-89 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting. Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
 
Case # 16-115 Richard L. Gaudio II – 5001 Riveredge Drive
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that Mr. Gaudio had renewed his permit and would like to continue Case #16-115 until the December 11 2017 Board meeting.
 
Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board continue Case #16-115 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting. Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
 
Case # 17-01 John Franklin Crockett – 1390 Thornton Avenue
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that there was no update from the Personal Representative of John Franklin Crockett.

Case # 17-33 Laleh Radbari – 3654 Sawgrass Drive
Code Manager Tolleson testified that he reinspected the property located at 3654 Sawgrass Drive and that the violation of Section 13-26; Overgrowth still exists on the property. Code Manager Tolleson displayed ten photographs taken June 12, 2017 for the Board to review.
 
Code Manager Tolleson testified that Ms. Radbari has made significant progress toward compliance. Code Manager Tolleson testified that Florida State Statute 373.185 was passed in 2009 and the goal of the statute is to encourage Florida Friendly Landscaping. Code Manager Tolleson testified that Section 13-26; Overgrowth does not allow for wild overgrowth, including Florida Friendly Landscaping, in excess of twelve inches.


Laleh Radbari testified that she is trying to comply with the City of Titusville Code of Ordinances while encouraging Florida Friendly Landscaping practices on her property. Ms. Radbari submitted Florida State Statute 373.185 to the Board for review.

Board Attorney Rogers read Section 3C and 1B of Florida State Statute 373.185 to the Board.



Ms. Radbari testified that she believes the plants in her yard qualify as Florida Friendly Landscaping and are protected by Florida State Statute 373.185.


Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that she does not believe there is an arborist employed by the City of Titusville. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the Environmental Resources Planner requested information in regard to Florida Friendly Landscaping from the University of Florida. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that the City’s code conflict with Florida State Statute 373.185.

Board Attorney Rogers read Florida State Statute 373.185 and advised City staff to contact to St John’s Water Management District.

 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the Environmental Resources Planner would be appearing before City Council to speak about Florida Friendly Landscaping and is working on drafting a new ordinance.
 
Board Member Edens asked Code Manager Tolleson if the Overgrowth present at 3654 Sawgrass Drive exposes neighbors to vermin and pests.
Code Manager Tolleson testified that he did not see any vermin or pests and that none of the Overgrowth on her property encroaches onto surrounding properties.


Ms. Radbari testified that she has hired a landscaper to trim the hedge along a shared masonry wall on her property, and that the neighbors cannot see the Overgrowth on her property. Ms. Radbari testified that she will continue working on her yard, however, the property may never be free of Overgrowth in excess of twelve inches.
 
Code Manager Tolleson advised that he will continue to meet with Ms. Radbari and guide her toward compliance.
 
Ms. Radbari testified that she needs to leave the country in the near future to take care of her mother. Ms. Radbari testified that if she leaves the country someone will be taking care of the property located at 3654 Sawgrass Drive.
 
Board Attorney Rogers advised the Board that several different agencies are tasked to work together to establish the guidelines for acceptable Florida Friendly Landscaping.
 
Bill McMillan, Las Verdes Home Owner’s Association, testified that Ms. Radbari’s dedication to the environment is admirable, but he does not believe it should be considered Florida Friendly Landscaping. Mr. McMillan testified that he would like the Board to consider Section 13-26; Overgrowth when they make their motions for the Case.
 
Chairman Cunningham advised Mr. McMillan that the Board will have to consider Section 13-26 of the Titusville Code of Ordinances as well as Florida State Statute 373.185.
 
Code Manager Tolleson advised the Board that FSS 373.185 was enacted in 2009.


Chairman Cunningham advised that the Board is sworn to uphold primarily City Ordinances, but also Florida State Statute. Chairman Cunningham advised that at this point the City will encourage maintenance of the Overgrowth until the conflict with City Code and Florida State Statute is rectified.
 
Board Attorney Rogers advised Mr. McMillan to contact St Johns Water Management District in order to obtain maintenance guidelines in regard to Florida Friendly Landscaping.
 
Member Grant advised Ms. Radbari that she should continue working on the Overgrowth on her property.

Ms. Radbari testified that she will continue to work on her yard and with the guidance of Code Manager Tolleson she will work together with Code Enforcement toward compliance. Ms. Radbari testified that she believes she is properly maintaining her yard.

 
Chairman Cunningham advised that the Board will await Florida Friendly Landscaping guidelines.
 
Member Edens made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-33 until the August 14, 2017 Board meeting and that Ms. Radbari continue working with Code Enforcement on maintenance of the property. Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.

(New Business)Case # 17-68 Salvador F Rodriguez – 2800 Starlight Drive
Utility Billing Manager Carrie Beatty testified that the past due amount on the utility account for the property located at 2800 Starlight Drive totals $5231.11. Ms. Beatty testified that the water was cut off in 2012, the meter has been pulled and there has been no communication with the account holder. Ms. Beatty testified that a recheck of the property was conducted March 23rd, 2017 to ensure there had been no meter tampering or straight pipe connection. Ms. Beatty testified that the past due charges include Stormwater Fees.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that the record owner Salvador Flores Rodriguez died November 22, 2011. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that the City does not know who is occupying the residence, but the Code Officer can attest to occupancy of the property.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that property taxes were paid in 2013 by a party other than the property owner. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that Utility Liens will often be satisfied upon transfer of the property.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that a representative for the property is responsible for evicting any unauthorized tenants residing in a property.
 
Ms. Beatty testified that Service Availability Fee, Lien Recording Fees and Late Fees have been added to the outstanding utility bill. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that liens have been recorded since 2011 for the property located at 2800 Starlight Drive.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City attempts to work with all property owners without water service in order to find solutions and gain compliance.
 
Assistant City Attorney advised that she has contacted the Health Department, however, their jurisdiction does not include residential properties. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that she has also contacted Department of Children and Families.

Officer Crisco testified that during a re inspection May 30th, 2017 he photographed a chair on the front porch and trash in the trash receptacles. Officer Crisco testified that during a re inspection June 12th the trash receptacles were placed at the curb with different trash.

 
Vice Chairman Bell asked Ms. Beatty how the properties without water service still have trash pickup. Ms. Beatty advised the Board that she will research why the property has garbage and recycling receptacles. Ms. Beatty testified that a note on the account from August 8, 2016 indicated children are residing in the property located at 2800 Starlight Drive.
 
Code Officer Crisco testified that he inspected the property located at 2800 Starlight Drive March 27, 2017.

Officer Crisco submitted the proof of mailing and Affidavit of Notice of Violation as Exhibit #1.



Officer Crisco testified that many of the water cases are closed out prior to reaching the Board either through payment of the delinquent bill or vacancy. Officer Crisco testified that he has reported several properties to Department of Children and Families due to having evidence of children residing in the properties without an active water source.


Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised that properties with approved wells are closed out by Officer Crisco. Code Manager Tolleson advised that Officer Crisco verifies that wells are approved with Brevard County.
 
Officer Crisco re inspected the property April 19, 2017.
 

Officer Crisco submitted two photographs of the property located at 2800 Starlight Drive taken May 30, 2017, and two photographs taken June 12, 2017 as Exhibit #2.
 
Officer Crisco submitted the proof of mailing and Affidavit of Hearing and Complaint as Exhibit #3.

Officer Crisco submitted a Cost Recovery Statement in the amount of $410.26 as Exhibit #4.

 
Member Beckles made a motion that the Board issue its Finding of Facts in Case 17-68 relating to the Defendant Salvador F Rodriguez.
 
  1. The Defendant was properly notified of the violation as alleged in the complaint.
  2. The Defendant is the owner of or in possession of the real property located at 2800 Starlight Drive.
  3. The Defendant is in violation of all of the Sections of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville listed in the complaint.
    Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Member Beckles made a motion that the Board issue its Order to Correct in Case #17-68 relating to the Defendant Salvador F Rodriguez.
     
  4. Adjudging the Defendant to be in violation of the Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville as determined in the Findings of Fact;
  5. Giving the Defendant until 9 am, on June 26, 2017, to correct the violation to the written satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer or to appear before this Board at City Hall, Titusville, Florida on July 10, 2017, to show cause why the violation has not been corrected and why this Board should not proceed to impose a fine for the violation.
  6. The Defendant is ordered to pay $410.26, which represents the costs incurred by the City of Titusville to bring this case before the Board.
    Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote. 
     
     
    Case #17-38 Albert Jordan – 511 Canaveral Avenue
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that there was no update provided by the property owner and no action was required until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.
     
    Case # 17-44 Gerald Smaller – 4605 Alpine Lane
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the Defendant had achieved compliance for the violations of Section 12-23; Junk and Debris and Section 13-26; Overgrowth. Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that Rodriguez Contracting had been contracted to do the demolition of the property located at 4605 Alpine Lane and that they would be applying for the demolition permit soon.

    Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue Case #17-44 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.

    Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-44. Member Edens seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Case # 17-61 Jesse Damren – 2705 Redwood Avenue
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue case #17-61 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.


    Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-61 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting. Member Beckles seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Case #17-50 Ronald C Mace – 144 Roosevelt Street
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue case #17-50 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.
     
    Member Richardson made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-50. Member Edens seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Case # 17-51 Glenn S Silvers – 192 Roosevelt Street
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue case #17-51
     
    Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-51. Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Case #17-55 Luis R Dicupe & Carmen Lopez – 550 Titus Street
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case #17-55 due to compliance.
     
     
    Case #17-56 Walter O Ferrero – 4100 Alpine Lane
    Officer Hutchings testified that Officer Tuggle inspected the property located at 4100 Alpine Lane March 1st, 2017. Officer Hutchings testified that the following violations were found upon Officer Tuggle’s inspection, Section 6-109 Property Maintenance; Sub Section 304. – Exterior Maintenance, and Section 6-109 Property Maintenance, Sub Section 304.10 – Stairways, Decks, Porches & Balconies.

    Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted the Notice of Violation, proof of mailing and affidavit of posting as Exhibit #1.
     
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted five photographs of the property located at 4100 Alpine Lane taken June 6, 2017 as Exhibit #2.
     
    Officer Hutchings testified the deck in the photographs was dilapidated, there is a tarp on the roof and the soffits and fascia of the property are deteriorating.
     
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Notice of Hearing and Complaint and affidavit of posting as Exhibit #3.
     
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Cost Recovery Statement in the amount of $375.04 as Exhibit #4.
     
    Officer Hutchings testified that the property appears to be unoccupied. Officer Hutchings testified that contact was made with Mr. Ferrero. Mr. Ferrero was granted an extension on May 8, 2017.
     
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the latest mail addressed to Mr. Ferrero was returned unclaimed.
     
    Member Edens made a motion that the Board issue its Finding of Facts in Case 17-56 relating to the Defendant Walter O Ferrero.
     
  7. The Defendant was properly notified of the violation as alleged in the complaint.
  8. The Defendant is the owner of or in possession of the real property located at 4100 Alpine Lane
  9. The Defendant is in violation of all of the Sections of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville listed in the complaint.
    Member Beckles seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Member Edens made a motion that the Board issue its Order to Correct in Case #17-56 relating to the Defendant Walter O Ferrero.
     
  10. Adjudging the Defendant to be in violation of the Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville as determined in the Findings of Fact;
  11. Giving the Defendant until 9 am, on July 10, 2017, to correct the violation to the written satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer or to appear before this Board at City Hall, Titusville, Florida on July 10, 2017, to show cause why the violation has not been corrected and why this Board should not proceed to impose a fine for the violation.
  12. The Defendant is ordered to pay $375.04, which represents the costs incurred by the City of Titusville to bring this case before the Board.
    Member Beckles seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote. 
     
     
    Case #17-58 Thomas L Powell & Dolores C Powell – 1150 Overlook Terrace
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case 17-58 due to compliance.
     
    Case #17-66  MWIAR LLC – 4485 Gray Avenue
    Officer Crisco testified that he re inspected the property June 12, 2017 and found the previously determined violations of Section 6-109; Property Maintenance, Sub Section 301.3; Vacant Structure and Land, 6-109; Property Maintenance, Sub Section 302.7; Accessory Structure – Fence,  6-109; Property Maintenance, Sub Section 304.7; Roofs and Drainage and 6-109; Property Maintenance, Sub Section 304.1; Exterior Maintenance still exist.
     
    Member Edens made a motion that the Board issue its Finding of Fact in Case #17-66 relating to the Defendant MWIAR LLC.
  13. The Defendant continued to be in violation of all the sections of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville on June 12, 2017 as previously determined by this Board.
    Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Member Edens made a motion that the Board issue its Final Judgment Assessing Fine and Imposing Lien relating to the Defendant, MWIAR LLC, based upon the Findings of Fact issued this date, and that the Judgment contain the following provisions.
  14. The Defendant is assessed and ordered to pay a fine of $100.00 per day for each code section violation.
    The fine shall commence on June 12, 2017, and shall continue until the Code Violations have been corrected to the written satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer.
     
    Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Case #17-36 Austin James Harvey – 712 Lucky Street
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the Defendant had applied for a Demolition Permit and the City would like to continue Case #17-36 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.
     
    Member Richardson made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-36. Vice Chairman Bell seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    VIII. NEW BUSINESS
     
    Case # 17-69 Kenneth A McLane – 2635 Slash Pine Court
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case 17-69 due to compliance.
     
    Case #17-70 Eugene M Watson and Julia A Watson – 3205 Royal Oak Drive
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case 17-70 due to compliance.
     
    Case #17-71 Daniel Richmond – 220 La Grange Avenue
    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case 17-71 due to compliance.

    Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the property located at 21 La Grange Avenue was sold and the new owner paid the Utility Liens against the property.
     
    Case #17-73 Carolyn I Miller – 623 South De Leon Avenue
Assistant City Attorney Farrell requested that the Board continue case #17-73 until the July 10, 2017 Board meeting.
 
Member Richardson made a motion that the Board continue Case #17-73. Member Edens seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
 
Case #17-74 Sand Point, L.L.C. and Kobleguard Groves, L.L.C.- 300 N Washington Avenue
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case 17-74 due to compliance.
 
Case #17-75 Yogi Trivedi and Geeta Trivedi – 729 Lucky Street
Officer Hutchings testified that he inspected the property located at 729 Lucky Street October 13, 2016 and found the violations of Section 13-26; Overgrowth and Section 12-23; Junk and Debris.


Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted the Notice of Violation, proof of mailing and affidavit of posting Exhibit #1.


Officer Hutchings testified that the violation still existed upon reinspection June 12, 2017.


Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted one photograph of the property located at 729 Lucky Street taken June 12, 2017 as Exhibit #2.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Notice of Hearing and Complaint and affidavit of posting as Exhibit #3.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Cost Recovery Statement in the amount of $375.04 as Exhibit #4.
 
Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board issue its Finding of Facts in Case 17-75 relating to the Defendants Yogi Trivedi and Geeta Trivedi.
 
  1. The Defendants were properly notified of the violation as alleged in the complaint.
  2. The Defendants are the owners of or in possession of the real property located at 729 Lucky Street.
  3. The Defendants are in violation of all of the Sections of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville listed in the complaint.
    Member Richardson seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
    Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board issue its Order to Correct in Case #17-75 relating to the Defendant Yogi Trivedi and Geeta Trivedi
     
  4. Adjudging the Defendants to be in violation of the Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville as determined in the Findings of Fact;
  5. Giving the Defendants until 9 am, on July 10, 2017, to correct the violation to the written satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer or to appear before this Board at City Hall, Titusville, Florida on July 10, 2017, to show cause why the violation has not been corrected and why this Board should not proceed to impose a fine for the violation.
  6. The Defendants are ordered to pay $375.04, which represents the costs incurred by the City of Titusville to bring this case before the Board.
     
    Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote. 
 
Case #17-76 – Sylvia Chen – 1620 Hilldale Road
Officer Hutchings testified that he inspected the property located at 1620 Hilldale Road April 4th, 2017. Officer Hutchings testified that the following violation was found upon inspection, Section 13-73; Inoperable Vehicle.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted the Notice of Violation, proof of mailing and affidavit of posting as Exhibit #1.

Officer Hutchings testified that the violation still existed upon re inspection June 12, 2017.



Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted two photographs of the property located at 1620 Hilldale Road taken June 6, 2017 as Exhibit #2.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Notice of Hearing and Complaint and affidavit of posting as Exhibit #3.
 
Assistant City Attorney Farrell submitted a Cost Recovery Statement in the amount of $410.26 as Exhibit #4.
 
Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board issue its Finding of Facts in Case 17-76 relating to the Defendant Sylvia Chin.
 
  1. The Defendant was properly notified of the violation as alleged in the complaint.
  2. The Defendant is the owner of or in possession of the real property located at 1620 Hilldale Road.
  3. The Defendant is in violation of all of the Sections of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville listed in the complaint.
    Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
     
    Vice Chairman Bell made a motion that the Board issue its Order to Correct in Case #17-76   relating to the Defendant Sylvia Chin
  4. Adjudging the Defendant to be in violation of the Section of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Titusville as determined in the Findings of Fact;
  5. Giving the Defendant until 9 am, on July 10, 2017, to correct the violation to the written satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer or to appear before this Board at City Hall, Titusville, Florida on July 10, 2017, to show cause why the violation has not been corrected and why this Board should not proceed to impose a fine for the violation.
  6. The Defendant is ordered to pay $410.26, which represents the costs incurred by the City of Titusville to bring this case before the Board.
     
    Member Grant seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote. 
     
 
Case #17-77 Damar Homes, Inc. – 2143 Harrison Street 7 D
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case #17-77 due to compliance.
 
Case #17-79 – Flin Real Estate, L.L.C. – 1760 Tee Dee Lane
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case #17-79 due to compliance.



Case #17-82 – June Gibson Life Estate – 4425 Stuart Avenue
Assistant City Attorney Farrell advised the Board that the City would like to withdraw Case #17-82 due to compliance.
 
 
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IX.       BOARD ATTORNEY’S REPORT
Board Attorney Rogers advised the Board that he would like the Board’s approval to provide the Final Judgments issued in Case #16-124, relating to the Defendants Stephen R McCaslin and Angela Dibernardo McCaslin, Case #16-125, relating to the Defendant Frances M  Ferraiuolo, Case #16-129 relating to the Defendant HSI Assett Corporation Trust 2006 HE1, Case #16-133 relating to the Defendants Carol W Garrett and Clara A Walsh Life Estate, and Case # 16-135 relating to the Defendant Mark C Cameron.
 
Member Richardson made a motion that the Board provide the Final Judgments issued in Case #16-124, #16-125, #16-129, #16-133, and  #16-135 to the City Attorney for collection or other action to compel code compliance. Vice Chairman Bell seconded. Motion carried by unanimous voice vote.
 
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X.        CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORT

                                                                                                                                                        No report.

 
 
 
 
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XI.       CODE ENFORCEMENT MANAGERS REPORT
            No report.
 
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      XII.     CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
            No report.
 
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XIII.    BOARD MEMBER’S REPORT
            No report.       
           

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XIV.    ADJOURNMENT  
             4:42 pm
 
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