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Dear Resident’s,

Been a little bit but wanted to catch everyone up on what is happening in St. Ann.  5/15/12

St. Ann will be partnering with our neighboring cities this 4th of July as a Fireworks display is being brought back to the fields at Ritenour Senior High School. – If you haven’t seen Ritenour’s new auditorium, please take a moment and check it out, it is beautiful.

The board will redistrict the wards per census requirements into only 4 this round vs the 5 that we have always had. Indeed I was aware this would be a necessity when I ran in 2011 and I did indeed push to reduce the wards to 4. I hope I have earned your respect and trust to continue to work with you into the future.

A 2nd Tornado Siren has been added at City Hall, please let us know if you cannot hear it.

There will be an additional Speed Camera placed on Baltimore in front of Buder Elementary. Please be aware the speed limit in front of that school is 15mph. All future speed camera dollars are being directed to the Parks System. Also please be aware that on Wright ave. they have instituted a Park Zone at Livingston/Wright ave. which will a lot for double fines if caught speeding. A double Yellow Line will also be drawn, remember this means do not pass.

Finally, some of you may not be aware that we have had interest in the redevelopment of Northwest Plaza, this has been in the works since January however we were unable to announce due to real-estate disclosure stuff. So now I wish to welcome our new developer to our area and remind you, to shop close to home so your tax dollars work harder for you, and we show our new businesses just how much we appreciate them coming to our town.

See ya soon,

Amy Poelker –Ward 2

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     I have combined the 1st years letters into one pdf below, the rest i will post separately as this idea came to me 3/11/12

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Posted on: April 4, 2012

City Wide Exterior Maitenance Inspection Program

The inspections will begin the week of April 9, 2012 (after the election) and will continue indefinitely until all properties are evaluated. Our approach will be to target the most distressed areas first and gradually move into neighborhoods that appear to be the best maintained. Inspectors will have their own sector (north and south of the Rock Rd.) of inspection. They will each spend either two or three full days a week (depending on the alternating nature of the schedule) devoting their full time to performing and processing exterior property maintenance inspections from a street level of view. The remaining time will be used for scheduled housing inspections by appointment and for associated support activity.
At the six (6) month point in the program we will evaluate resident response, compliance statistics, number of summonses for non-compliance, court cases, resident requests for additional time or for assistance and the impact of the program on the larger community.
The following list identifies some of the expected conditions we will find when performing the inspection evaluations of individual properties:
• Junk, trash, debris, improper outside storage, etc.
• Derelict, unlicensed, inoperable and junk vehicles, trailers, etc.
• Vehicles/trailers parked on unpaved surface.
• Trash cans in front of building line, cans out on improper days, bulky trash, etc.


• Tall grass, weeds, uncultivated vegetation, dead trees, volunteer growth, etc.
• Exterior peeling paint on trim, siding, foundations, windows, doors, guttering, downspouts, shutters, appurtenances, garages, accessory structures, etc.
• Broken or missing exterior building elements inclusive of the previous list.
• Mildewed/extremely dirty exterior building surfaces, etc.
• Broken windows, glass-lites, missing glazing/glass in doors, screens, etc
• Inadequate roofing shingles, missing shingles, cupped shingles, etc.
• Illegal construction without a permit.
• Improper or deteriorated fences, sheds, accessory structures, pools, decks, etc.
• Broken, heaved, heavily raveled or otherwise deteriorated driveways, patios, flatwork, sidewalks, etc.
• Improper or inadequate electrical/gas installations.
• Commercial exteriors to include all the above as well as , signs, parking lots, lighting, exterior elements, fences, trash dumpsters/enclosures, etc.

This list should not be considered all inclusive but rather gives a perspective into the types of code violations typically encountered.
When a deficient property is identified, the inspector will send a repair notice to the property owner of record detailing the corrective action necessary, time to complete and a statement that non-compliance will result in the issuance of a court summons. Should the owner acknowledge the deficiencies and requests additional time to make repairs, the inspector will typically work with that individual to obtain compliance. No response within the allotted time or failure to make continuous progress generally results in a court summons.
As this program gets underway I ask for your patience and understanding. The mayor and board members will likely be asked by residents at some point for some helpful political intervention. I would repeat my request that everyone refrain from offering to give that “help”, otherwise we risk compromising the integrity of the entire program.
In addition, since the onset of our early spring, the inspectors will have to prioritize tall grass notices over exterior inspections until residents and property owners stay current with the cutting. The grass does not stop growing and we can’t let this problem get out of hand.

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