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Ord 3691 7/1/1980 ORDINANCE NO. j1kk/ ORDINANCE CLOSING HEARING AND FINDING CERTAIN BUILDINGS AND/OR STRUCTURES TO BE DANGEROUS; COMMANDING PROPERTY OWNERS TO REPAIR, VACATE, OF DEMOLISH SAID BUILDING AND/OR STRUCTURES WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, the building Inspector of the City of Wichita Falls, acting under the provisions of Article III, of Chapter 7, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Wichita Falls, notified in writing by certified mail the following list of property owners of the property shown that the building or buildings on the premises had been classified as a dangerous building and that certain corrections were needed to be made or the building demolished. OWNERS ADDRESSES AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION Nathan Pruett 1627 Collins (rear) , Lot 7, Block 45, Southland Addition. Charles B. Harrell 1652 Collins, Lot 7, Block 30, Southland Addition. Charles Hampton 413 Dallas (rear house) , Lot 7, Block 11, Kemp Addition. Nathan Porter Platt 1647 Elizabeth (garage) , Lot 3, Block 23, Southland Addition. Celestine Scott 800 Fort Worth, Lot 18, Block 7, Kemp Addition. Cloyce L. Franks 1136 Harlan Lane (westmost house AKA 2105 Maurine) , being the East 200' of Lot 19, Block C, Ray Massie Addition. Randall Merrill 618 Harrison, N. 44' of Lot 1, Box 9, Sunset Heights Addition. Homer B. Yalbrough 1402 Hayes (rear) , Lot 2, Block 4, Floral Heights Westside Addition. Lena Baker 1304 Holliday (rear) , S. 33.6' Lot 1, Block 21, Jalonick Addition. Stella Daley 1209 Kemp (rear) , Lot 12, Block 42, Floral Heights Addition. Bebo c. Gracia 502 Lee, Lot 2, Block 137, Original Townsite. Albert J. Hall 1416 New Haven, Lot 11, Block 21, Lynwood Addition. Alice Leach 2806 Pennsylvania (rear) , Lot 3, and 4.5' Tract 1, Lot 4, Block 20, Fairview Addition. Ada Carr 803 Roosevelt (rear) , Lot 21, Block 4, Homewood Heights Addition. Edward Morton 311 South Rosewood, South 40' X 100' Lot 9, Block 22, Barwise Jalonick Addition. Joseph R. Fox Estate 103 Sharon Lane, Tract 1 D, Block 11, Southside Acres. John Mark Hirshi 709 Warford (rear) , Lot 14 & 15 Block A, Warford Addition. K.W. King 804 Webster, Lot 5, Block 40, Original. Townsite. Clifford Jackson 702 Welch (rear) , Lot 2, of the S. i of Block 13, Bateson 2nd. Mytinger & Walker Addition. Lee and Kara Kelly 425 Woods, Lot 22, Block 3, Homewood Addition. Rafael Perez, Jr. 1215 N. Second, Lot 8, Block 40, Scotland Addition. Frank N. Perez 1718 Seventh (rear) , Lot 15, Block 3, Trueheart #2 Addition. Robert C. Sanchez 1301 N. Ninth, N. % of Lot 1, Block 10 Scotland Addition. Myrtle Harmon 1520 N. Ninth, Lot 14, Block 5, Scotland Addition. Andy Lodes 2603 Ninth (rear) , Lot 2, Block 26, Floral Heights Addition. Copel, Inc. 1512 12th Street (rear) , Lot 7, Block 254, Original Townsite. Billy.Joe Jones 1513 14th (rear) , Lot 7, Block 22, Jalonick Addition. John D. Strout, Jr. 1317 36th Street, Lot 9, Block 20, Hillcrest Addition. Ray L Goodman 1323 36th Street, Lot 12, Block 20, Hillcrest Addition. Andy Lodes 2605 Ninth (rear) , Lot 3, Block 26, Floral Heights Addition. • WHEREAS, -uch property owners above have not complied with the directive of the Building Inspector within the sixty days allowed in said Article III; and, WHEREAS, the above listed property owners have been notified by certified mail by the Building Inspector of the time and date of Public Hearing for the above named property owners to appear before the Board of Aldermen to show cause why such building or structure should not be repaired, vacated, or demolished in accordance with the State of Particulars set forth in the Building Inspector`s notice; and said Public Hearing was had and held at the time and place fixed therefore, to-wit, on the 1st day of July 1980, .at 8:30 A.M. in the Council Chambers in the City of Wichita Falls, Texas, and at such Public Hearing the following protests and objections were made to-wit: PROTESTED THAT PROTESTED THAT PROTESTED THAT PROTESTED THAT and said hearing was continued until all desiring to be heard were gii7en full and fair opportunity to be heard and the Board of Aldermen of the City of Wichita Falls having fully considered all property matters, is of the opinion that the said hearing should be closed. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS: Said hearing be and the same is hereby closed, and the said protests and objections, and any and all other protest objections whether enumerated or not, be and the same are hereby, overruled. From the evidence presented in the aforementioned Public Hearing by Property owners appearing and the Building Inspector of the City of Wichita Falls, the building and/or structure at the location listed above with the corres- ponding property owner is found to be a dangerous building as defined in said Article III and the property owners listed or any other person having an interest in said building as shown by the tax records of the City of Wichita Falls, are hereby commanded to repair, vacate, or demolish the building and/ o rstructure in accordance with the State of Particulars set forth in the Building Inspector's notice. The property owner listed or any other person having an interest in said building as shown by the tax records of the City of Wichita Falls is further commanded to repair, vacate or demolish in accordance with the State of Particulars set forth in the Building Inspector's notice within thirty (30) days from the date of this ordinance. If, within 30 days from the date of this ordinance, any such building has not been so repaired or demolished, it shall be demolished or removed at the expence of the City by the City by the City or its contractor, and the net cost for demolition or removal shall be charged to the owners of the property and assessed on the land on which the building stood. The fact that the repair, vacation and/or demolition of dangerous build- ings is being delayed pending the taking effect of this ordinance creates an emergency for the immediate preservation of the public business place, pro -perty, health, safety and general welfare of the public which requires that this ordinance shall become effective from and after the date of its passage and is accordingly so ordained. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS THE 1ST DAY OF JULY, 1980. mac.-Q-4� MAYOR ATTEST: CI CLERK