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Posted on: September 16, 2022

Public Hearing Notice on Proposed Assessment for 2022 Nuisance Abatement & Rental Reinspection Fee

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Fridley will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. on October 10, 2022 in the City Council Chambers at 7071 University Avenue, to consider, and possibly adopt, the proposed assessment for the following improvements: 


2022 Nuisance Abatement & Rental Reinspection Fee:   Assess 1 year at

7.50% Interest, $52,449 

03-30-24-23-0090

12-30-24-21-0022

13-30-24-44-0069

23-30-24-31-0051

03-30-24-23-0223

12-30-24-22-0021

14-30-24-12-0014

23-30-24-33-0043

03-30-24-24-0079

12-30-24-22-0024

14-30-24-14-0076

23-30-24-33-0066

03-30-24-32-0132

12-30-24-22-0029

14-30-24-24-0092

23-30-24-43-0026

11-30-24-14-0079

12-30-24-23-0010

14-30-24-24-0099

23-30-24-43-0066

11-30-24-21-0007

12-30-24-31-0038

14-30-24-33-0088

23-30-24-44-0005

11-30-24-23-0003

13-30-24-22-0005

14-30-24-42-0024

24-30-24-12-0068

11-30-24-24-0018

13-30-24-22-0015

14-30-24-42-0108

24-30-24-14-0047

11-30-24-24-0048

13-30-24-22-0058

15-30-24-13-0003

24-30-24-32-0006

11-30-24-24-0076

13-30-24-23-0063

15-30-24-13-0056

24-30-24-32-0070

11-30-24-24-0089

13-30-24-24-0020

15-30-24-42-0070

25-30-24-12-0039

11-30-24-24-0091

13-30-24-31-0029

22-30-24-12-0003

25-30-24-21-0056

11-30-24-24-0096

13-30-24-41-0028

23-30-24-21-0083

26-30-24-33-0048

12-30-24-12-0084

13-30-24-41-0067

23-30-24-31-0001

26-30-24-33-0065

12-30-24-14-0016

26-30-24-33-0073


 

 

 

 

The proposed assessment rolls are on file for public inspection at the City Clerk’s Office.  Notices are being mailed to all property owners.


Written or oral objections will be considered at the meeting.  No appeal may be taken as to the amount of an assessment unless a signed, written objection is filed with the City Clerk prior to the hearing or is presented to the presiding officer at the hearing.  The City Council may, upon such notice, consider any objection to the amount of a proposed individual assessment at an adjourned meeting, upon such further notice to the affected property owners, as it deems advisable.


 A property owner who has properly objected to the assessment may appeal an assessment to district court pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 429.081 by serving notice of the appeal upon the Mayor or City Clerk of the City within 30 days after the adoption of the assessment and filing such notice with the District Court within ten days after service upon the Mayor or City Clerk.


The City of Fridley has adopted Resolution No. 14-1995 deferring special assessment payments for senior citizens.  The City Council may defer the payment of special assessments for any homestead property owned by a person 65 years of age or older, or for persons retired due to permanent and total disability for which it would be a hardship to make the payments.


Mayor Scott J. Lund                                        

Publish:  September 19, 2022

 



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