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Code Enforcement Meeting Minutes-September 3, 2015

CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD MEETING MINUTES

   Thursday, September 3, 2015

   The meeting of the Miami Shores Village Code Enforcement Board was held on Thursday September 3, 2015, at the Miami Shores Village Hall. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm. by Vice Chairman, Barry K. Asmus.

Roll Call.

Present: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry K. Asmus.

 

Absent: Chairman Robert Vickers, Barry Perl.

 

Will everyone that is going to testify tonight please raise your right hand and swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

 

In Attendance

Anthony Flores, Code Enforcement Supervisor

Mike Orta, Officer, Code Enforcement

Richard Sarafan, Village Attorney

Mariana Gracia, Clerk

FIRST HEARING

 

Case(s): 4-15-13981

Owner: Jennifer Soranno

Address: 188 NW 110 Street

 

Officer Flores proceeded to give more details about the case. Patrick Coyne of 188 NW 110 St. was present to testify on behalf of Jennifer Soranno. He testified that the reason they had not painted the house is due to the financial burden. He requested an extension. The Board read into the record the letter provided by Ms. Soranno. The Board asked questions. The Board discussed the issue of extending time.

 

With respect to case 4-15-13981 I move for finding of fact in conclusion of law of section 12-133 of the Miami Village code the defender shall correct the violation by November 4, 2015 and shall immediately notify the Code Enforcement office when the property is brought into compliance and if not brought into compliance the Code Enforcement deadline in each such event a fine an amount should automatically assessed the violator in the amount of $50.00 a day thereafter which will constitute a lien on the property of the violator a cost in the amount of $30.00 are hereby assessed to recoup the Village expenses and to prosecute any violation to date.

 

Moved by Manny Quiroga, seconded by Rod Buenconsejo

Vote: Passed Unanimously

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus

 

Summary Adjudication for 1st Hearings: Case(s): 11-14-13459; 2-15-13751; 3-15-13761; 3-15-13781; 5-15-14026; 6-15-14101; 6-15-14128; 6-15-14137; 6-15-14138; 6-15-14140; 6-15-14154; 6-15-14179; 6-15-14180; 6-15-14198; 6-15-14209; 6-15-14215; 6-15-14216; 6-15-14232; 7-15-14281; 7-15-14282; 7-15-14283; 7-15-14285; 7-15-14286; 7-15-14287; 7-15-14289; 7-15-14291; 7-15-14292; 7-15-14310; 7-15-14318; 7-15-14338; 7-15-14350; 7-15-14351; 7-15-14352.

The officer, Anthony Flores, testified that Affidavits of Non-Compliance and evidence of violation exists in each of the files.

 

Motion: I move for summary adjudication of all such cases to include a finding of fact and conclusion of law that a violation exists as charged in the respective notice of violations issued therein and that, in each such case, the offending party shall correct the violation within time period specified and immediately notify the Code Enforcement Officer when the property is brought into compliance. In each such case, if the violation is not brought into compliance within such time period, the Code Enforcement Officer may report this fact back to the Board in accordance with the Board’s Rules and Regulations at which time a fine is hereby authorized to be automatically assessed against the violator. In the respective daily amounts specified in staff’s recommendations for tonight’s hearing, retroactive to the original compliance deadline. Further, with respect to each such case, costs in the amounts specified in Staff’s recommendations for tonight’s hearings are hereby assessed in order to recoup the Village’s expenses in prosecuting the violations to date.”

Moved by Manny Quiroga, seconded by John Patnik

Motion: Passed Unanimously

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Bob Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus.

 

With respect to case #7-15-14313 I move for finding of fact in conclusion of law that a violation exists as charged and a notice of violation therein and that in each such case the offending party shall correct the violation within the time period specified by staff in the staff recommendation for this hearing and immediately notify the Code Enforcement Officer when the property is brought into compliance in each such case the violation in not brought into compliance in such time period the Code Enforcement Officer may report this fact back to the Board in accordance with the Board’s rules and regulations at which time a fine is hereby authorized to be automatically assessed against the violator in the respective daily amount as specified for tonight’s hearing retroactive to the original compliance deadline which will constitute a lien on the property of the violator.

Moved by Manny Quiroga, Seconded by Rod Buenconsejo

Passed Unanimously

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Bob Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus.

 

 

 

PENALTY HEARING

Case: 4-15-13872

Owner: Ukazim, Uchenna

Address: 960 NE 97 Street

 

Uchenna Ukazim of 960 NE 97 St. was present to testify. He testified that he is going to Small Claims Court. Officer Flores testified that the tree that was taken down was a Black Olive. He asked Mr. Ukazim to get in touch with Mr. Scott Davis of Public Works for a dollar amount to replace the tree. Officer Flores said that if Mr. Ukazim gives the money to replace the canopy of trees that would cure the violation. The Board asked questions and made comments. Mr. Sarafan explains the reason we have fines is for compliance that Mr. Ukazim is trying his best to comply.

 

Motion to table to October 1, 2015 by Manny Quiroga

Seconded by Mr. Rod Buenconsejo

Passed Unanimously

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus.

 

Case: 6-15-14099

Owner: Brian Giller (Ben of Le), Norman Giller

Address: 1690 NE 104 Street

 

Mr. Giller of 1690 NE 104 St. was present to testify. Mr. Giller proceeded by saying that he would like to subpoena certain witnesses and was advised by the Village Clerk that the Board is the only authority that has the power to issue subpoenas.   Mr. Giller requested a continuance to the next available meeting to be able to issue the subpoenas. Mr. Sarafan states that he did get a call from the Village Clerk saying that someone has requested information on how to issue subpoenas and he requested to have that person get in touch with him. Mr. Sarafan did not hear from anybody about it, but the Board has authority to issue subpoenas. Mr. Giller stated that it also goes to the issue of selective enforcement. Mr. Sarafan stated that this Board does not hear issues of selective enforcement. Mr. Sarafan added that the only issue is, have you brought it into compliance? Mr. Sarafan asked “who is it that you are seeking to subpoena”? Mr. Giller answered: the City Manager, Dr. Nash, the Vice Mayor, and Mr. Flores. Mr. Sarafan asked if Mr. Giller had asked all the people he is seeking to subpoena. Mr. Giller says that Mr. Flores is present but he has not had the opportunity to take his deposition and he had given him written requests to which he had no response. Mr. Giller continues by saying that he has not heard back from the City Manager. Mr. Sarafan stated to Mr. Giller that he may ask the Board about the subpoenas. Mr. Giller answered by stating that he is making the request pursuant to article 4 of the Code Enforcement Board citing the section and reading the code mentioned. Mr. Sarafan clarified that all the testimony we take is under oath. Mr. Giller stated that he wanted an opportunity to have the various people’s testimony before the meeting. The Board asked questions. Mr. Giller mentioned the reason why he wants the people he mentioned above for depositions. Mr. Giller said that this is the first time that he is before this Board that he is aware of. Mr. Giller acknowledged that he did get the Notice of Violation but he then received a notice that the case was being continued until today. Officer Flores testified that he had continued all his cases until today. Officer Florestestified that the property is a rental property. The Board asked questions. Mr. Giller said that he does not have a tenant in the property at this time. That he also uses the property as a residence. Mr. Sarafan adds that the issue at hand is, “does the condition for the violation exists today”? Mr. Sarafan guides the Board on the issue before them and the subpoena issue. He does not see a provision for taking depositions nor a requirement to grant the applicants request for subpoenas for witnesses. Further, he requested that Officer Flores show a picture of the property at the time of the violation. Mr. Sarafan asked questions. Mr. Giller responds that most of the items on the picture are still there. The Board asked questions. Mr. Giller says that the items are not unsightly. The Board asked questions. Mr. Sarafan recaps what Mr. Giller is asking the Board to do and Mr. Giller’s theory about the case. He adds that Mr. Giller is being cited with unsightly and unauthorized storage. Officer Flores mentioned the items stored outside of the structure.

 

With respect to case #6-15-14099 the respective violator be order to pay a fine previously adjudicated are authorized to be imposed against him by prior order of the Board retroactive from the day the violation was to have been corrected that upon recording the Boards order in this regard will constitute a lien on the property of the violator.

Motion by Manny Quiroga

Seconded by Rod Buenconsejo

Passed Unanimously

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus

 

Summary Adjudication for Penalty Hearings: Case #’s: 3-15-13796; 3-15-13822; 4-15-13932; 4-15-14006; 4-15-14010; 5-15-14027; 5-15-14048; 5-15-14055; 5-15-14057.

The officer, Anthony Flores, testified that Affidavits of Non-Compliance and evidence of violation exists in each of the files.

 

Motion:I move that, in each case currently remaining on the penalty docket for tonight’s hearing, each respective violator be ordered to pay the daily fine previously adjudicated and authorized to be imposed against them by prior order of the Board, retroactive from the day the violation was to have been corrected, that upon recording, the Board’s Order in this regard will constitute a lien on the property of the violator.

 

 

 

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Manny Quiroga

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

 

 

REQUEST FOR RELIEF

 

Case(s): 2-11-8138

Owner: John R. Perez

Address: 9413 NW 2nd Place

 

Mr. John Perez of 9413 NW 2nd Pl. was present to testify. Chairman Asmus commended Mr. Perez on all the receipts submitted. Mr. Perez testified that he had just found out about the lien and was able to gather all the receipts submitted. The Board asked questions. Mr. Perez said that the present tenant called him and told him that they had received a letter. The letter was for past due administrative fees. When he came to the Village he found out that there was a lien on the property. At that time he spoke to Mr. Orta. Officer Orta testified that Staff had overlooked the receipt and that Mr. Perez was correct. The Board asked Mr. Perez the reason for his offer. He stated that he was under the understanding that he had to offer over $50.00. The Board confers and concurs that Mr. Perez was in compliance. Offer amended to zero dollars.

 

Motion: Move to approve zero dollars(0.00)

Moved by Manny Quiroga, seconded by Bob Smith

Vote: Passed (Yes=4, No=1, Abstain=0)

Yes: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Robert Smith, Barry Asmus

No: Rod Buenconsejo

 

Case(s): 7-14-12920

Owner: Alvin Velasco

Address: 749 NE 95 Street

 

Alexis Ruiz, Esq. of 745 W. 51st St., Miami Beach, FL 33140 was present to represent Mr. Velasco. Mr. Ruiz started by withdrawing the $100.00 offer and putting forward a $500.00 offer. Mr. Ruiz provided a bit of a background on Mr. Velasco. The Board asked questions. Officer Orta testified that Mr. Velasco had the permit but when he checked in the system it was expired. Officer Orta said that he had gone to visit Mr. Velasco but there was a language barrier. Mr. Ruiz testified that that was the reason why Mr. Velasco had sought his representation. The Board discussed the case and asked questions. Mr. Ruiz responds that his Client is an emergency room nurse and is very busy. That it has truly been an issue of timing and demand. Mr. Sarafan clarifies that Mr. Velasco is not arguing lack of notice and he is not disputing the violation.

 

Motion: Move to accept $1,000.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith

Passed Unanimously

 

Case(s): 7-12-10137

Owner: Alejandro J. Leal & Clarisa Leal

Address: 32 NE 91 Street

 

Alex Allen, Esq. Representing the prior owner with POA from current owner was present to testify. He wished to offer $2,000.00 for a violation that has been cured and resolved.   Mr. Allen testified that he had put the money in escrow at closing. The Board asked questions. Mr. Allen said that the west side of the property fence was in complete disrepair. This fence faces the alleyway which has vagabonds and issues of people drinking, leaving the bottles around and occasionally the use of drugs. His client went in and fixed the fence quickly, not knowing that the fence needed a permit. The permit was obtained later and the issue was resolved. The Board asked questions. Mr. Allen responds that the money in escrow was set aside for title insurance purposes. He increased the offer to $3,500.00. Officer Flores testified that the fence was not built correctly. Mr. Allen disclaims
knowing anything about a 6’ fence and any variance. He says that his client had his home broken into on three separate occasions.

Motion: Move to accept $3,500.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, Seconded by Manny Quiroga

Motion withdrawn

 

Board discussion took place.

 

Motion: Move to accept $3,500.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo

Vote: Failed for lack of Second

 

Case(s): 4-13-11144

Owner: Michele Batista & Iraima Flores

Address: 6 NW 107 Street

 

Michele Batista was present to testify. Ms. Batista testified that she had come to the city to get some permits she needed to upgrade her home. She pointed out that she did not own the home that it was Mr. Roberto Martin who did. The Board says that Ms. Batista had a Quit Claim Deed from Mr. Roberto Martin. He is still on the deed. Ms. Batista testified that the lights are powered by a cord that is lying on the ground. The Board asked questions.

 

Motion: Move to accept $1,000.00 payable within 60 days

Moved by Robert Smith

Vote: Failed for lack of Second

Case: 7-14-12929; 7-14-12930

Owner: Hemendra Patel

Address: 89 NE 109 Street

 

Dimpal Patel the daughter of the property owner was present to testify. Ms. Patel testified that this was the first time they had moved into a house. They did not know that they needed a permit to change the door. As soon as they found out that they needed a permit they got it. She testified that they are not in a position to pay this fine. The Board asked questions. Ms. Patel answers that they had tried to comply but they would not pass inspection every time the inspector came.   The Board asked questions. Ms. Patel asked to confer with her mother sitting in the audience. Offer amended to $800.00 payable in 30 days.

Motion: Move to accept $800.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith

Vote: Denied (Yes=2, No= 3, Abstain= 0)

Yes: Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo

No: Manny Quiroga, John Patnik, Barry Asmus

 

Case: 9-13-11809; 9-13-11808

Owner: Elite Home Partners LLC

Address: 9400 NW 2 Avenue

 

Mr. Alejandro Villarello of 16400 NW 59th Ave., Miami Lakes, FL was present to testify on behalf of Elite Home Partners LLC. He testified that the issue had come before the Board last month. He wished to make clear that all of the notices were mailed to Fannie Mae and his client never received notice. His client’s intention was to fix up the property. He stated that at the time of closing the Village did provide an Estoppel letter with all of the violations. His client became aware of the liens when they went to sell the property. Mr. Villarello requested to submit the pictures of what the property looks like now. The violations would have been cured had his client known about it. The Board asked questions. Mr. Nestor Moran was also present. Offer amended to $6,500.00.

Motion: Move to accept $6,500.00.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith  

Vote: Passed (Yes=3, No= 2, Abstain= 0)

Yes: Manny Quiroga, Robert Smith, Rod Buenconsejo

No: John Patnik, Barry Asmus

 

Case: 8-14-13012

Owner: IPIP Corporation

Address: 715 NE 91 Street, Apt. 3A

 

Mr. Josue Rodriguez was present on behalf of the corporation to testify. He testified that his client lives abroad and he is renting the property. Mr. Rodriguez said that his client had not received notice of the lien. That the letters went to a friend of his and he did not tell him anything. His client heard about the violation through the gentleman in the association who named Mr. Gonzalez. He found out that the friend had hired a contractor that was not licensed who installed the A/C. He then hired a contractor and came to the city to resolve the issue. The Board asked questions.

 

Offer amended to $1,400.00 payable in 30 days.

Failed for lack of Motion

 

Case: 7-10-7351

Owner: Mark & Darlene Hutchinson

Address: 9125 N. Bayshore Drive

 

Daniel Santacoloma and Ms. Darlene Hutchinson and Mark Hutchinson were present to testify. Mr. Santacoloma testified that his client purchased the house in July of this year. They had requested for relief a few days after. The Bank informed them that they were not going to pay for the lien. The Bank basically said you can take care of the lien or you can back out of the contract. The Hutchinson’s decided to go through with the purchase. Mr. Santacoloma testified that the violations happened under previous ownership. The Board asked questions and made comments. Mr. Hutchinson said that they would like to get this behind and move forward. Officer Orta informed the Board about Lot K that the Hutchinson’s are now responsible to pay taxes and upkeep this lot. Offer amended to $2,500.00 payable in 30 days.

Motion: Move to accept $2,500.00.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Manny Quiroga, seconded by Robert Smith    

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

Case: 12-11-9326

Owner: Eddy Guzman

Address: 495 NW 111 Street

 

Ms. Leni Guzman and Deborah Guzman were present along with Mr. Eddy Guzman. Ms. Leni Guzman testified that they had trouble with people parking on their swale and hence the problem with the swale deteriorated. Officer Flores testified that the Guzman lived in the area that was just annexed. That the neighbors are constantly parking on the swale. Ms. Leni Guzman said that her father was not aware that he had such a large lien because he did not receive anything in the mail. The Board asked questions. Ms. Leni Guzman said that they had just planted hedges to deter people from parking there. Officer Flores testified that the violation had been corrected but the previous Officer did not close the case. Ms. Guzman said that they were told that the swale did not belong to her dad. That is the reason why her father did not take care of the swale. The Board asked questions. Ms. Deborah Guzman testified that they had submitted all the receipts for the hedges they bought. Mr. Bob Smith said that he has seen this house and is one of the nicest houses in the area with the nicest kept lawn.

 

 

 

 

Motion: Move to accept $500.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Robert Smith, seconded by Manny Quiroga    

Vote: Denied (Yes=2, No= 3, Abstain= 0)

Yes: Manny Quiroga, Robert Smith

No: John Patnik, Rod Buenconsejo, Barry Asmus

 

Case(s): 6-14-12775; 6-14-12774; 3-12-9750; 11-13-12106; 3-09-5525

Owner: SMP Real Estate Advisory

Address: 597 NE 93 Street

 

Eric Rabwa, attorney for the property owner, his address is 407 Lincoln Rd., Suite 9D, Miami Beach, FL 33139. He said that two of the violations occurred prior to his client owing the property. One was brought into compliance back in 2009. The other came into compliance in 2013. The list pending’s list any other creditors out of the foreclosure. The city’s liens are wiped out through the foreclosure. Mr. Rabwa said that according to the Supreme Court of Florida the city’s liens are no longer valid. The Board asked questions and made comments. Mr. Rabwa proceeded to say that SMP Real Estate Advisory is foreign owned. That there was a misunderstanding and the permits were cancelled but then reinstated. Mr. Rabwa continues by saying that his client is now offering a fair amount. Mr. Sarafan asked for some clarity from Mr. Rabwa regarding the foreclosure. The Board asked questions.

 

Motion: Move to accept $10,000.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Manny Quiroga    

Motion failed for lack of second

 

Case: 5-11-8590; 5-11-8591; 5-11-8592

Owner: Francisco Quinonez

Address: 188 NW 104 Street

 

Elias Barreto of 11241 SW 5th St., Miami, FL 33174 was present to interpret for Mr. Quinonez who speaks Spanish. Mr. Quinonez said that he was here considering the initial reason why I am here tonight. He said that he had requested a permit for stucco paint exterior painting May 13, 2011. That caused the front porch and all around the house not to be in the best looking position. Mr. Quinonez asked Mr. Barreto to read the letter he had provided to the Board. Mr. Barreto proceeded to read from the letter that the Board has been provided. The Board asked questions. Mr. Quinonez said he did not know he needed permit for anything over $100.00. He said he came to the city and asked for advice on what he wanted to do. He spoke to Viviana at the Building Department. Mr. Barreto continued reading the letter. Officer Flores testified that he had spoken to Mr. Quinonez and told him that he needed to get a permit. Officer Flores testified that he had asked Mr. Quinonez that if there was no bathroom why he doesn’t let the Building inspector inside the house.   Officer Flores said that Mr. Quinonez did not give them access to the house for a long time. The question is if Mr. Quinonez did not have a bathroom remodel why did he provide drawings for a bathroom remodel. The Board asked questions. Mr. Quinonez testified that he had brought the notice to Viviana who in turn presented the notice to the Plumbing Inspector. They asked him two questions. One what did the bathroom have wrong. He then submitted an application but then they said it’s not what the bathroom have it’s what did you do. Mr. Asmus asked questions and comments to prove that there was a bathroom renovation. The documents he provided support that there were three permits issued. Mr. Quinonez alleges that after four years there was no correspondence from the city to him. The Board commented further. Officer Flores answered that he needed to pull a permit and allow the Building Inspector access to the house. The access was not allowed for years.

 

Offer amended to $3,900.00 payable in 120 days.

Failed for lack of Motion.

 

Mr. Manny Quiroga excused himself for the evening.

 

 

 

Case: 11-14-13511

Owner: Ed Wilson & Iris Burman

Address: 9362 NE 9th Place

 

Iris Burman of 9362 NE 9th Pl. was present to testify. Mr. Burman testified that her husband is not feeling well in the past year. She testified that Officer Orta had told Mr.Wilson but he did not get it. Ms. Burman claims hardship due to the fact that she is now the only one working and taking care of the house. It was a shock to find out that there was a fine that large. Officer Orta testified that the house was never an issue in the past. He noted that Mr. Wilson was not engaged the last time he spoke to him.

Motion: Move to accept $200.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith    

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

Case: 4-14-12595

Owner: Predrag Starcevic & Karen Blair

Address: 1225 NE 92 Street

 

Mr. Predrag Starcevic and Ms. Karen Blair were present to testify. Officer Flores made a correction to the amount owed. Ms. Blair testified that they were victims of fraud by the company they hired to do the pool. Mr. Starcevic testified that they then received a courtesy notice. Officer Orta testified that they did indeed have been victimized by Genie Pools. Mr. Starcevic testified that he was able to speak to the owner who was able to help him with the cleaning up. He said he realizes that they had been taken advantage of by this company. He states that they had a meeting with Ismael Naranjo the Building Director. Mr. Naranjo told them that the company was in bad standing with the city. He recommended for them to get a lawyer. Basically they lost $25,000.00 as a result. They then had to find another contractor to fix the issue that they had. The Board asked questions. Officer Orta said that he gave them time to fix the issue. Mr. Starcevic testified that their attorney advised them to get another company which they did. Permits were pulled and the work was done and they passed inspection. But he was then told by the Building Clerk that they never had the final inspection they only had the foundation inspection.

 

Motion: Move to accept $500.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith  

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

Case: 9-14-13180

Owner: Todd Leoni

Address: 165 NE 98 Street

 

Allison Baker (tenant) of 165 NE 98 St. was present to testify. She said that she had put in a wood fence with Mr. Leoni’s permission. Ms. Baker testified that she did not know that leaning the wood panels against the chain link fence was a violation. She immediately called Miami Shores when she got the Notice of Violation and started the permitting process. She received a piece of paper that the Clerk circled and told her here is your permit number. She thought that was her permit but it was not. She found out when Mr. Leoni received a notice saying that there was a lien on the property. Ms. Baker got the actual permit and passed inspection. She admits she made a mistake.

The Board asked questions.

Motion: Move to accept $1000.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith    

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

Motion to hear cases 12-11-9387 & 8-12-10276 Request for Relief Made by Barry Asmus

Passed Unanimously

 

 

 

 

Case: 12-11-9387

Owner: Marcos Santos & Leah Santos

Address: 27 NE 94 Street

 

Ms. Leah Santos of 27 NE 94 St. was present to testify. Ms. Santos testified that she got title insurance when she bought the property. Attorney’s Title Insurance is no longer around she testified. The Board asked questions. The Board advised Ms. Santos to see an attorney about the lien. She testified that she is under contract to sell the house. Offer amended to $2,500.00 payable within 30 days.

 

Motion: Move to accept $2500.00 payable within 30 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith    

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

Case: 8-12-10276

Owner: US Bank c/o Patricia Orsini

Address: 326 NE 92 Street

 

Patricia Orsini of 7900 NW 155th St., Suite 103, Miami Lakes, FL 33016 was present. Ms. Orsini testified that the property is a bank foreclosure. She testified that once they took possession of the property they brought it into compliance. The Board asked questions. Ms. Orsini testified that they have a big problem with squatters. The property is now secured.

 

Motion: Move to accept $5,000.00 payable within 60 days

Moved by Rod Buenconsejo, seconded by Robert Smith    

Vote: Passed Unanimously

 

 

 

Board Members discussion. The Board will discuss the calendar for next year in the next meeting.

 

MINUTES

Code Enforcement Board August 6, 2015 Minutes were approved.

Moved by Robert Smith -   Seconded by John Patnik

Approved unanimously

 

NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be on October 1, 2015

ADJOURNMENT

September 3, 2015 Code Board meeting was adjourned

________________________________                _____________________________

Anthony Flores, Code Enforcement Supervisor          Barry Asmus, Acting Chairman