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S.A.F.E. HOUSING TENANT PROTECTIONS ORDINANCE

On Wednesday, May 27th, the Housing and Land Use Committee of the Macalester-Groveland Community Council will hold a public eMeeting on the Tenant Protections Ordinance. Kirstin Burch, the Fair Housing Coordinator at the City of Saint Paul, will be in attendance to answer questions and take part in the discussion. Renters, landlords, and other Mac-Grove community members are invited to attend and share their feedback on the ordinance.

For more information on the Housing and Land Use Committee, visit the committee page.

Meeting: MGCC Housing and Land Use Committee

Topic: Tenant Protections Ordinance

Date: Wednesday, May 27th, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: This eMeeting will be held remotely via Zoom.

If you cannot attend this eMeeting, but would like to provide written feedback for the committee or schedule a call with Executive Director, Alex Golemo, please email alexa@macgrove.org by Tuesday, May 26th.

If you would like to attend this eMeeting via Zoom, email alexa@macgrove.org to receive the meeting ID and password.

For more information on eMeetings, visit our Remote Participation page.

Background Information on Ordinance 20-14 v3

The City of Saint Paul’s City Council is currently considering the Tenant Protections Ordinance. There is a public hearing on the ordinance scheduled for Wednesday, June 10th at 3:30 pm. To view a live stream of this meeting on June 10th, visit City Council calendar.

If you would like to provide feedback to your City Councilmember before the public hearing, use the contact information below or visit the City of Saint Paul City Council page.

Ward 3: Councilmember Chris Tolbert, ward3@ci.stpaul.mn.us or (651) 266-8630

Ward 4: Councilmember Mitra Jalali, ward4@ci.stpaul.mn.us or (651) 266-8640

For more information on the history of the ordinance and community engagement process, visit the City’s Safe Housing page.