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Agenda Packet CEB 1-10-17CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD CITY HALL, COMMISSION CHAMBER JANUARY 10,2017,6:00 PM AGENDA Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag Roll Call I. Approval ofMinutes of the Regular Meeting ofNovember 9, 20I6. 2. Administration of Oath to Defendants/Witnesses. 3. Old Business *PROPERTY HOMESTEADED CASE ID NAME & ADDRESS VIOLATION I4-00000980 WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT IPMC Sec. I 08.I.5 I. Dangerous Structure I98 POINSETTIA ST IPMC Sec. I08.1.5 2 Dangerous Structure 2 IPMC Sec. 304.6 Exterior Walls IPMC Sec. 307.1 Handrails & Guardrails IPMC Sec. 304.2 Protective Treatment IPMC Sec. 304.7 Roofs and Drainage IPMC Sec. 305.4 Stair, walking surfaces IPMC Sec. 304.I 0 Stairway,Deck,Porch,Balco IPMC Sec. 1 08.I.5 3 Unfit for Human Habitation IPMC Sec. 304.1 Unsafe Conditions 16-283 KENNETH ALLEN IPMC Sec. 302.8 Motor Vehicle WEATHERBY 351 19TH ST 14-1335 C BASS MORTGAGE LOAN SEC. 22.74 Septic to Sewer ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES I202 JASMINE ST CASEID 16-312 4. New Business CASEID 16-476 16-391 16-390 16-432 16-335 16-437 NAME & ADDRESS * SMITH EMI, BRUCE L 417 SAILFISH DR NAME & ADDRESS REGINA ROSENSTEIN TRUST 501 MAYPORTRD 1411 HIBISCUS ST C QUEST PROPERTIES, LLC 36 W 61h ST OSSI KLOTZ LLC 1820 MAYPORT RD I VALDA HECTOR 387 SKATERD ROCK GARDEN ENTERPRISES, INC 248LEVYRD VIOLATION Sec. 24-173 (b )(1) Outside storage (resi) VIOLATION IPMC Sec. 302.4 Weeds Sec. 24.160(b) Dumpster Enclosures Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside Storage ( comm) Chapter 24 Zoning District Sec. 24-173(b )(I) Outside Storage (commercial) Sec. 24-154(g) Outside Display Commercial Chapter 24 Zoning District IPMC Sec. 302.8 Motor Vehicle Sec. 24-163 (c) Junked Abandoned Veh (co) Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside Storage ( comm) Sec. 12-1 (b )(3) Rubbish,filth Nuisance Sec. 24-157 Fences, walls etc. Fence Maintenance Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside storage (resi) Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside Storage ( comm) IPMC Sec. 302.8 Motor Vehicle Chapter 24 Zoning District 16-397 HANDLER FAMILY Chapter 24 Zoning District PARTNERSHIP Sec. 24-157Fences No Petmit 763 ATLANTIC BLVD Sec. 6-16 Florida Building Code CASEID NAME & ADDRESS VIOLATION 16-341 RSNS, LLC Sec. 6-16 Florida Building Code RUSSELL STUART FBC Sec. 105 Petmits -Required SWO Florida 31 ROYAL PALMS DR Bldg Code Sec. 24-157 Fences No Permit 16-420 SHARPE FAMILY Sec. 24-173(b)(1) Outside storage (resi) INVESTMENTS, LTD IPMC 301.3 Vacant Structures and Land 374 SKATERD 16-372 KEVIN LUNNEY Sec. 24-163(b )(2) Heavy Vehicle Store 322 EAST COAST DR 5. Miscellaneous Business Adjournment Please Note: This meeting will be live-streamed and videotaped and can be accessed by clicking on the Meeting Videos tab located on the home page of the City's website at www.coab.us. In accordance with the provisions of Florida Statute, Section 286.0105, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at this meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose he/she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the provisions of Florida Statute, Section 286.26, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Code Enforcement Board Secretary at (904) 247­ 5810 no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting. DRAFT CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD MINUTES 6:00P.M.-NOVEMBER 9, 2016 IN ATTENDANCE Members: Be1ijamin de Luna, Chair Brenna Durden, City Attorney Don Sasser Deborah White, Code Enforcement Officer Kirk Hansen Dayna Williams, Secretary Richard Lombardi Lindsay Norman Ellen Glasser ABSENT Louis Keith, Vice Chair (Excused) Chair Ben de Luna called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m. and introduced new Board member, Ellen Glasser, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Secretmy Dayna Williams read the roll, finding a quorum was present. 1. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting of July 12,2016. 2. Approval of Minutes ofthe Regular Meeting of September 13, 2016 Motion: Approve the minutes of the Code Enforcement Meetings of July 12, 2016 and September 13, 2016. Moved by Norman, Seconded by Sasser The motion was approved unanimously. 3. Administration of Oath to Defendants/Witnesses Chair de Luna gave the oath to the defendants and witnesses. 4. Old Business *PROPERTY HOMESTEADED CASEID NAME & ADDRESS VIOLATIONS 14-00000980 WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT IPMC Sec. 304.1 Unsafe Conditions 198 POINSETTIA ST IPMC Sec. 304.2 Protective Treatment * IPMC Sec. 304.6 Exterior Walls IPMC Sec. 304.7 Roofs and Drainage IPMC Sec. 108.1.5 2 Dangerous Structure Sec. 12-1(a) Nuisance-Conditions Ms. White presented the case, stating this property was written up and found in violation in 2014. She stated the property is still in violation and has continued to deteriorate. She read the list of violations and presented photos of the property, stating the main issues are the roof, soffit, and the stairs are not safe. She stated she posted the Notice of Hearing (NOH) on the property on October 17, 2016. Ms. White stated Mr. Scott had previously appeared before the Board and the Board issued an Order that compliance be obtained by March 28, 2014. She stated she feels the best thing to do is set that aside and move forward from tonight and find the property owner in violation and try to get some resolution to this case. Chair de Luna asked if there was a lien on the property. Ms. White stated no, explaining there was an Order, but the fine was never imposed. Ms. White stated, to be fair to the property owner, her recommendation is to start over and try to get the property in compliance. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by obtaining permits and completing all the required repairs and obtain approved inspections to verifY the dwelling is safe and habitable by Janumy 2, 2017 (January 10, 2017), or a fme of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for eve1y day thereafter the violation continues to exist. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Nonnan, Seconded by Hansen Mr. Lombardi stated he sees no need for leniency in this case, that the conditions have persisted for quite some time. Ms. Glasser asked Ms. White, since her recommendation was to stmt over, would we stmt over at the amount of the flue of $250.00 per day. Ms. White stated yes. She explained that if she brings him back to the Board for the Janumy 3, 2017 (January 10, 2017) meeting, she will have the Board impose a flue and the flne will statt in conjunction with whatever date the Board decides. Votes: Aye: -5-Hansen, Glasser, Norman, Sasser, de Luna Nay: -1-Lombardi Motion Carried 5. New Business CASEID NAME & ADDRESS VIOLATIONS 14-1335 C BASS MORTGAGE LOAN SEC. 22.74 Septic to Sewer ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES 1202 JASMJNE ST Ms. White presented the case, stating the prope1ty is in violation of Sec. 22.74 Septic to Sewer. She explained that once public sewer is available, the City has an Ordinance requiring property owners to connect within one year. She stated she cited the original owner, Mr. Altee, for this violation, but the work was never done. The house has been foreclosed on and now belongs to the bank. She resent the Notice of Violation to the new mortgage company and they received their NOH on September 20,2016, but the prope1ty is still in violation. Staff recommends the Board fmd the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by paying the required connection fees to the City of Atlantic Beach and obtain the services of a State of Florida licensed plumbing contractor to connect to the city sewer within thi1ty (30) days or by December 12, 2016 or a flue of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The propmty owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Nonnan, Seconded by Lombardi The motion was approved unanimously. Chair de Luna asked ifthere was anyone here for the mmtgage company or Michael Altee. Ms. White indicated no. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9} 2016 Page 2 of 8 16-289 CASEID NAME & ADDRESS VIOLATIONS HARBOR VIEW MORTGAGE Sec. 24-163 (b )(2) Heavy Vehicle Store LOAN TRUST-DUEUTSCHE Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside storage BANK 710 SAILFISH DR Ms. White presented the case, stating the prior owner was Mr. Webb, but it is now owned by Harborview Mottgage Deutsche Bank. She read the violations and presented photos of the propmty, stating the propetty is now in compliance. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and now in compliance. Mr. Lombardi asked if there were any fmes imposed and Ms. White stated no. Chair de Luna questioned the other cases listed on her repott for this case 16-289. He stated he understands that is for history purposes, but wanted to know the total amount of the fines on those cases. Ms. White stated those cases should not be on the repott, the system must have grabbed the infonnation from somewhere and they should just ignore it. She said they do not apply to this propetty. She explained that our current software has some glitches and she missed this particular error. Ms. Glasser asked Ms. White to repeat her recommendation since it was not the same as in the packet. Ms. White explained, since the Board wants their Agenda Packet two weeks in advance, she would like to remind them the last two weeks when the notices go out, a lot of stuff changes. She stated that is why you will see different recommendations on the repmts than what she recommends once she is at the meeting. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Sasser, Seconded by Norman The motion was approved unanimously. 16-312 BRUCE L SMITH Sec. 12-1(7) Nuisance-Junk Vehicle, Junk 417 SAILFISH DR Sec. 24-173 (b)( 1) Outside storage * Ms. White presented the case, stating this has been a nuisance property for years and there are a lot of liens on the propetty. She stated her recommendation is to find Mr. Smith in compliance. She stated Mr. and Mrs. Smith were just here, but they left after speaking with her. She explained that she told them she was going to find them in compliance and planned to have a meeting with them about coming back in Janumy to have the Board address the fines as long as they keep the property cleaned up. Ms. White stated she has stopped the fines on the property. Chair de Luna asked Ms. White, for purposes of today, if she wants the Board to find the propmty owner in violation and now in compliance. Ms. White stated yes, that is correct. The City Attorney, Brenna Durden, suggested deferring action on this item until the Januaty meeting. She explained that would allow an opportunity to see what happens over the next two months, whether Mr. Smith maintains the propetty over that period of time and the Board could address the fines at the same meeting. Ms. White stated she has discussed that with the propetty owners. Motion: The Board moves to defer this case to the Jannary 10,2017 Code Enforcement Board hearing to determine compliance. Moved by de Luna, Seconded by Nonnan The motion was approved unanimously. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 3 of 8 16-275 JONATHAN & CHARLENE Sec. 24-163 (b)(2) Heavy Vehicle Store BRYSON 1155 EAST COAST DR * Ms. White presented the case, stating Mr. Bryson had a boat in the front yard setback, which is a violation of Sec. 24-163 (b) (2), however he has moved the boat and is now in compliance. She stated he received his NOH on September 17,2016. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation for the time in violation and now m compliance. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Norman, Seconded by Lombardi The motion was approved unanimously. Chair de Luna asked if Mr. or Mrs. Bryson were present and Ms. White indicated no. 16-354 RONALD A JOHNSON IPMC Sec.301.3 Vacant Structures & Land 798 TRITON RD IPMC Sec. 302.4 Weeds * Ms. White presented the case, stating this property is vacant and very overgrown. She read the violations and presented photos of the property. She stated the Notice of Violation (NOV) was returned and she posted the property. She also posted the NOH on September 28, 2016. She stated she has been unable to locate Mr. Johnson, but he was properly served as she posted the property. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by mowing the yard and maintaining the vacant property by November 19, 2016 or a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exist. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Mr. Sasser asked if the property had water or electricity and Ms. White stated no. He suggested this is one we should bring to the attention of the tax collector and advise them this is a homesteaded property that is unoccupied and the power is not on. He believes that may help stmt something to happen. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Nonnan, Seconded by Sasser Discussion ensued regarding foreclosing on the property. Mr. Sasser stated it was his understanding that the City could not foreclose on a property that is homesteaded. Ms. Durden stated that is a valid point. Mr. Sasser stated that is another reason to go back to the tax collector and repmt suspected homestead exemption fi·aud. Ms. Durden stated she made a note to go to the property appraiser on this issue. There was a discussion concerning a budget to allow for such issues, such as mowing the lawn. Ms. White stated if it was not resolved by the next meeting she would ask the City Manager to authorize the funds to mow the grass and clean up the propmty. The motion was approved unanimously. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 4 of 8 16-345 EVGENY CHERNA YAK IPMC. 12-1 (b)(3) Rubbish, filth Nuisance TRUSTEE Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside storage 1350 TULIP ST IPMC Sec.3 01.3 Vacant Structures & Land Ms. White presented the case, stating there were several violations on this case, but most have been resolved. She stated the two remaining violations are the nuisance Sec. 12-1 (b)(3) Rubbish and filth, and Sec. 24-173 (b)(I) Outside storage. She stated as soon as she sent Mr. Chernayak the letter citing him for all the violations he took care ofthem, with the exception of these two violations. She said Mr. Chernayak is here to address the Board. Evgeny Chernayak, explained this is an investment property and the tenants did not keep up the propetiy and he had to evict them. He stated he is planning to clean up the rest of the propetiy within the next two weeks. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by removing all discarded lumber, trash, debris, and building materials fi·om the yard by November 21, 2016 or a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Chair de Luna asked Mr. Chernayak if he understood the recommendation and Mr. Chernayak affirmed that he will be able to complete the work by November 21, 2016. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Sasser, Seconded by Lombardi The motion was approved unanimously. 16-283 KENNETH ALLEN IPMC SEC. 302.8 Motor Vehicles WEATHERBY IPMC SEC. 302.4 Weeds 35119TH ST SEC. 12-1 Nuisances (b) Ms. White presented the case, stating Mr. Weatherby called her this afternoon to let her know he had a conflict and could not make tonight's hearing. She read the violations and presented photos of the propetiy, noting the position of the left front tire of the vehicle, which remained constant throughout the photos. She stated there is a lot of debris in the yard and it is in really bad shape. She spoke to Mr. Weatherby today about the vehicle and he knows it has to be moved, it has not been moved since July. Mr. Weatherby stated it had a dead battery. She stated he knows he has to move the vehicle and finish cleaning up the yard. She stated he told her he would take care of it and call her when it was done, and she let him know she would relay this to the Board. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by removing the inoperable vehicle fi·om the premises and mowing and cleaning the yard by November 21, 2016, or making the vehicle operable and moving it or a fine of $200.00 be imposed for the first day and $200.00 for evety day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Sharette Simpkins, 354 19 111 Street, stated she lives across from this propetiy and it has been an eyesore for twenty-five years. She stated she has put in complaint after complaint and nothing has been done. She stated the car has been sitting there forever, more than two or three years, because he bought a new one. She stated she knows someone is there, she sees him come in and out sometimes. She stated he has a screen door on his front door that stays open continuously. She stated people will ask her if anyone lives there, and she tells them yes, but they are not taking care of their propetiy. She said her propetiy is too valuable for someone to be living across the stTeet from her like this and she hopes this will be resolved or that he will be fined. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 5 of 8 Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Norman, Seconded by Glasser Mr. Sasser asked if the vehicle has a current tag and Ms. White stated it initially had an expired tag but it is now current. Mr. Sasser stated we could have it towed if it was not CUlTent and Ms. White stated the City does not have a tow ordinance to tow cars. The motion was approved unanimously. 16-372 KEVIN LUNNEY Sec. 24-163 (b )(2) Heavy Vehicle 322 EAST COAST DR Sec. 24-163 (b)(2) Heavy Vehicle Store Ms. White presented the case, stating this property is actually a duplex owned by Kevin Lunney of Brooklyn, New York. She read the violations and presented photos of the property, stating he initially had two boats in the front yard setback, but one was removed after she cited him. She stated she has not had contact with anyone regarding this violation. She stated he received and signed for the NOH on September 24, 2016. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by removing the boat stored in the fi·ont yard and cease future storage of boats in the front yard by November 21, 2016 or a fme of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Ms. Glasser asked how long residents are allowed to keep a boat parked in the driveway. Ms. White explained they must be fifteen feet back from your property line and perpendicular to the property, so the front yard is clear. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Lombardi, Seconded by Hansen Mr. Sasser asked if the property owner accepted notification in New York, and Ms. White said yes. The motion was approved unanimously. 16-387 FEDERAL NATIONAL Sec. 24-163 (b )(2) Heavy Vehicle Store MORTGAGE ASSO IPMC Sec. 304.3 Premises Identification 1365 VIOLET ST Ms. White presented the case, noting there are several violations listed on the report that have nothing to do with this case, they are merging incon·ectly. She stated this has been a nuisance prope1ty in violation of Sec. 24-163 (b)(2) Heavy Vehicle Storage and IMPC Sec. 304.3 Premises Identification. She stated the prope~ty was in violations, but they have cleaned it up and it is now compliant. She stated this was a foreclosure and the bank has title to it now. She stated they received and signed for the NOH on October 11,2016. Staff recommends the Board find the propeity owner in violation for the time in violation and now m compliance. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Sasser, Seconded by Glasser The motion was approved unanimously. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 6 of 8 16-421 FRED CAZARES Sec. 24-173(b )(I) Outside storage 741 CAVALLARD IPMC Sec. 302.8 Motor Vehicle * IPMC Sec. 302.4 Weeds Ms. White presented the case, read the violations and presented photos of the property. She stated Mr. Cazares has cleaned up his yard and moved the vehicle. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation for the time in violation and now in compliance. Mr. Sasser questioned if it was the same vehicle in the photos dated September 27, 2016 and November 8, 2016, and she stated, yes, but he has a tag on it and he moved it. She said Mr. Cazares is present, but did not wish to address the Board. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Norman, Seconded by Sasser The motion was approved unanimously. 16-403 FRITZ R REINHARDT TRUST ET Sec. 24-173(b )(1) Outside storage AL 710 BONITA RD Ms. White presented the case, read the violations and presented photos of the property. She stated she met with Mr. Reinhardt, the son who is living on the prope1iy. His father, Mr. Reinhardt, is the owner of the property. She stated Mr. Reinhardt, the son, is here to address the Board. She stated she took the picture yesterday and Mr. Reinhardt called her late today to take another picture because he had finished cleaning it up. She stated it was too late, as she had ah·eady finished her Powerpoint presentation. Mr. Reinhardt, stated the property looks much cleaner now and he hopes this will never happen again. The Board thanked him for cleaning it up. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and orders that compliance be achieved by removing all outside storage in the carport and cease future outdoor storage by November 21, 2016 or a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for eve1y day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Ms. White stated Mr. Reinhardt just asked for his inspection of compliance tomorrow, so she will go by the property tomorrow to finish up. Chair de Luna asked Mr. Reinhardt if he understood the recommendation and he stated yes. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Lombardi, Seconded by Sasser The motion was approved unanimously. Mandarin Management Systems SEC. 22.74 Septic to Sewer 1285 CAMELIA ST Ms. White stated the prope1iy owner is in compliance and, after discussion, it was decided she withdraw the case. Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 7 of 8 16-295 16-408 RYAN CHRISTOPHER SMITH Sec. 24-173(b )(I) Outside storage 610 ORCHID ST IPMC Sec. 302.8 Motor Vehicle * Ms. White presented the case, read the violations and presented photos of the property. She explained he had a washing machine on his front porch and an inoperable vehicle. She stated they are now gone and they are in compliance. Chair de Luna asked if Mr. Smith was present and Ms. White stated no. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation for the time in violation and now in compliance. Motion: The Board adopts the staff recommendation. Moved by Lombardi, Seconded by Glasser The motion was approved unanimously. 6. Miscellaneous Business The Board expressed their thanks and appreciation to Ms. White for an excellent presentation. Ms. White introduced her new boss, Drew DeCandis, the Planning and Development Director, and the Board welcomed him. Christopher Jorgensen, 92 W. 3rd Street, complimented Ms. White for the fabulous job she is doing. Chair de Luna discussed the link to the International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) and verified the board members had received the information. He asked the board members to give a brief introduction of themselves to our new board member, Ellen Glasser. Drew DeCandis, Planning and Development Director, introduced himself and gave a brief description of his work background and experience. Adjournment Chair de Luna adjoumed the meeting at 7:27p.m: Benjamin de Luna, Chair Dayna L. Williams, Secretary Draft Minutes of the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016 Page 8 of 8 Case Histmy Report -IBM Cognos Viewer Page 1 of7 Case History Report For Case ID: 14-00000980 Report generated on Jan 4, 2017 6:53:32 AM Page 1 Case Type: RESIDENTIAL Alternate Description: Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 09/22/2014 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: ROUTINE INSPECTION Case Created Date: 03/28/2014 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 03/28/2014 Primary Address: 198 POINSETTIA ST ATLANTIC BEACH, FL Location ID: 7970 32233 Case Notes Note Category Date Stop Work Order 03/28/2014 Dangerous stairs, rotted collapsing hazard, no handrails, guardrails, unsafe condition, open soffit, rotted siding, protective treatment and overgrown yard Informational 03/28/2014 Y LD1-Lot N1/2 Lot 684, Saltair SEc LD2-3 Informational 03/28/2014 Y RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by obtaining permits and completing all the required repairs and obtain approved inspection to verify the the dwelling is safe and habitable by January 2, 2016 or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Special 10/25/2016 N Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOlT HISTORY OWNER 198 POINSElTIA ST Mailing OWNER 198 POINSElTIA ST Mailing History CONVERSION Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Dangerous Structure-IPMC Sec. 108.l.S 1. 03/28/2014 ACTIVE 198 POINSElTIA ST DANGEROUS STRUCTURE 2-IPMC Sec. 108.l.S 2 04/01/2014 ACTIVE STAIRS DANGEROU 198 POINSElTIA ST Exterior Walls-IPMC Sec. 304.6 03/28/2014 ACTIVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Handrails & Guardrails-IPMC Sec. 307.1 03/28/2014 ACTIVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Nuisance-Conditions -Sec. 12-1(a) 03/28/2014 12/07/2016 CASE CLOSED 198 POINSElTIA ST Nuisance-Overgrown-Sec. 12-1(11) 03/28/2014 09/14/2016 CASE CLOSED 198 POINSElTIA ST http://atlb-ponsrpOO 1.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognos1 0/cgi-bin/cognosisapi.dll?b _ action=cognosVie... 1/4/2017 Case History Report -IBM Cognos Viewer Page 2 of7 Protective Treatment-JPMC Sec. 304.2 03/28/2014 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST 03/28/2014 12/07/2016 CASE CLOSED 198 POINSElTIA ST REC-Recommendation CEB 03/28/2014 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST 10/25/2016 12/06/2016 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST 01/03/2017 AcriVE 1-3-2017 198 POINSElTIA ST Roofs and Drainage -IPMC Sec. 304.7 03/28/2014 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Stair, walking surfaces-IPMC Sec. 305.4 03/28/2014 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Stairway_Deck,Porch,Balco-IPMC Sec. 304.10 03/28/2014 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Unfit for Human Habitation -IPMC SEC 108.1.5 3 03/28/2014 AC11VE 198 POINSElTIA ST Unsafe Conditions -JPMC Sec. 304.1 03/28/2014 AC11VE 198 POINSElTIA ST 01/03/2017 AcriVE 198 POINSElTIA ST Vacant Structures & Land-IPMC 5ec.301.3 03/28/2014 09/14/2016 COMPLIANCE MET abandoned 198 POINSElTIA ST Vacant Structures and Land-IPMC 301.3 03/28/2014 12/07/2016 COMPLIANCE MET 198 POINSElTIA ST Weeds-IPMC Sec. 302.4 03/28/2014 09/14/2016 COMPLIANCE MET OVERGROWN YARD 198 POINSETTIA ST 03/28/2014 12/07/2016 CLOSE -NO VIOLATION 198 POINSElTIA ST REINSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspection Name Inspector Name Timestamp Insp Time (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE 01/03/2017 VIOLATION CONTINUES -01/03/2017 Inspection Comments: Scheduled inspection for CEB agenda., Property same, overhead line drop attached to falling soffitt appears to be unsafe. Will contact JEA POSTING NOH AND AFFIDAVIT Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Notice Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info WAYNE Defendant To Mailing 12/27/2016 DOUGLAS SCOTT NOTICE OF HEARING Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT Defendant To Mailing 12/08/2016 7006 2150 0002 2972 1572 NOTICE OF HEARING http:/ /atlb-ponsrpOO l.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognos 1 0/cgi-bin/cognosisaoi.dll ?b action=cmmos ViP-_-1 /4/?() 17 Case History Repmi -IBM Cognos Viewer Page 3 of7 Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Notice Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info WAYNE Defendant To Mailing 01/03/2017 DOUGLAS SCOTT CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting INSPECTION Resulted Inspector Inspector Inspection Name Name Timestamp Insp Time (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH DEBORAH 01/02/2017 VIOLATION CONTINUES-01/03/2017 WHITE WHITE Inspection Comments: Resulted Deadline for CEB order compliance Resulted Resulted Property remains in violation and continues to deteriorate. The overhead electrical attached the the rotted falling soffitt is creating a hazardous condition. No work has been done as of this date 1-3-2017 CEBOrder Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Notice Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info WAYNE Defendant To Mailing 11/14/2016 DOUGLAS SCOTT POSTING NOH AND AFFIDAVIT Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Notice Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info WAYNE Defendant To Mailing 10/17/2016 DOUGLAS SCOTT REINSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE Inspection Comments: 09/09/2016 Scheduled VIOLATION CONTINUES­ 09/09/2016 NOTICE OF HEARING Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT Defendant To Mailing 09/15/2016 7012 2210 00011385 4029 REINSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status http:/Iatlb-ponsrpOO l.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognos 1 0/cgi -bin/ cognosisapi.dll ?b action=co!mos Vie ... 1/4/?017 Case History Report-IBM Cognos Viewer Page 4 of7 DEBORAH DEBORAH WHITE 09/29/2016 VIOLATION CONTINUES - WHITE 09/29/2016 Inspection Comments: Scheduled CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 11/09/2016 Meeting CEBOrder Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS scan Defendant To Mailing 11/15/2016 7012 2210 00011385 4234 INSPECTION Resulted Inspector Inspector Inspection Name Name Timestamp Insp Time (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE 08/04/2016 VIOLATION CONTINUES-08/04/2016 Inspection Comments: Resulted property is abandoned Resulted Property is abandoned , vacant JEA and water are active with no consumption or forwarding address. Notified Water Dept that he wasn't living in the house but gave no forwarding address both accounts are on bill pay. Researched mortgage and will send notice to owner and bank. Crossland Mortgage 9600 Koger Blvd #120, St. Petersbu rg, FL 33702 NOTICE OF VIOLATION Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Name Type Level Address Type Issued Tracking Info WAYNE Defendant Cc Mailing 08/18/2016 DOUGLAS scan Defendant To Mailing 08/18/2016 70131710000216911626 CHECK STATUS OF CMRRR NOTICE Description Scheduled Date Result Date Time Spent 08/19/2016 08/19/2016 1 REINSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE Inspection Comments: 09/08/2016 Scheduled VIOLATION CONTINUES ­ 09/08/2016 INITIAL INSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH 03/28/2014 1 CODE/BOARD ORDER COMPLIANCE WHITE INSPECTION-03/28/2014 http://atlb-ponsrpOOl.atlb.cloud.lcVCognoslO/cgi-bin/cognosisapi.dll?b action=co2:nosVie ... 1 /4/?017 Case Histmy Repmi -IBM Cognos Viewer Page 5 of7 Inspection Comments: NOTICE OF VIOLAITON Notice Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info NOTICE OF VIOLATION Notice Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info POSTING AFFIDAVITFOR NOV Notice Related Party Recipient Address Document Tracking Name Association Type Level Address Assoc. Type Issued Info REINSPECTTON Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE Inspection Comments: 07/25/2014 1 CODE/BOARD ORDER COMPLIANCE INSPEC110N -08/06/2014 NOTICE OFHEARING Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT Defendant To Mailing 10/17/2014 7012 2210 00011385 3091 REINSPECTTON Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE Inspection Comments: 10/15/2014 Scheduled VIOLATION CONTINUES­ 10/16/2014 CHECK STATUS OF CMRRR NOTICE Description Scheduled Date Result Date Time Spent Notice of hearing received 10/18/2014 10/18/2014 INITIAL INSPECTTON Resulted Inspector Inspector Inspection Name Name Timestamp Insp Time (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE 11/04/2014 VIOLATION CONTINUES-11/04/2014 Inspection Comments: Resulted Violations continue Resulted RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by obtaining required permits, complete making all the required repairs by January 10, 2015, or a fine of $150.00 be imposed for the first day and $150.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. http://atlb-ponsrpOO l.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognosl 0/cgi-bin/cognosisaoi.dll?b action=col:mm: ViP. 1 /Ll/')()17 Case History Repmt-IBM Cognos Viewer Page 6 of7 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 11/17/2014 Meeting CEBOrder Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT Defendant To Mailing 11/14/2016 7012 2210 00011385 3015 NOTICE OF HEARING Related Party Address Notice ASsociation Recipient Assoc. Document Tracking Name Type Level Address Type Issued Info WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT Defendant To Mailing 12/16/2014 7012 2210 00011385 3220 BOARD ORDER COMPLIANCE INSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE Inspection Comments: 01/12/2015 Scheduled CODE/BOARD ORDER COMPUANCE INSPECTION -01/20/2015 ceb complaince inspection REINSPECTION Inspector Name Resulted Inspector Name Inspection Timestamp Insp Time (Min) Inspection Result Status DEBORAH WHITE DEBORAH WHITE 01/07/2015 VIOLATION CONTINUES-01/07/2015 Inspection Comments: Resulted Resulted RECOMMENDATION: Report status at hearing. Deadline for full compliance with November 17, 2014 order is January 10, 2015. Inspection of property on January 7, 2015 reveals no work has started on repairs. Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation of the order issued on November 17, 2014 and impose the $150.00 per day fine commencing on January 11, 2015 the first day and $150.00 for every day thereafter the violations continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. NOTICE OF HEARING Related Party Address Notice Association Recipient Assoc. Document Name Type Level Address Type Issued Tracking Info WAYNE Defendant To Mailing 01/15/2015 70112000000203468231 http:/ /atlb-ponsrpOO l.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognos 1 0/cgi-bin/cognosisapi.dll?b action=co2:nos Vie.--1/4/?017 Case History Repmt -IBM Cognos Viewer DOUGLAS SCOlT REINSPECTTON Page 7 of7 Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection Insp Time Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status John Markee John Markee 08/05/2015 VIOLATION CONTINUES ­ 08/05/2015 Inspection Comments: Scheduled violation contiues INSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status John Markee John Markee Inspection Comments: 08/26/2015 Scheduled VIOLATION CONTINUES ­ 08/26/2015 TELEPHONE CALL Description Scheduled Date Result Date Time Spent Had phone converstion with Mr. Scott and he stated to me that he was going to speak with the bank and try to situate some finances to repair his house. 09/04/2015 09/04/2015 INSPECTION Inspector Resulted Inspector Inspection InspTime Name Name Timestamp (Min) Inspection Result Status John Markee John Markee Inspection Comments: 01/13/2016 Scheduled VIOLATION CONTINUES ­ 01/14/2016 house looks the same as in 2014 TELEPHONE CALL Scheduled Result Time Description Date Date Spent Left a message reminding him of our previous conversation and requested he call 01/14/2016 01/14/2016 me back. Server Name: atlb-ponsrp001.atlb.cloud.lcl User Name: ATLBCLD\ATLBDAW RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation of the Board Order November 9, 2016, and order that a fine of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00 } be imposed commencing on January 3, 2017 and for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. http://atlb-ponsrpOO 1.atlb.cloud.lcl/Cognos 1 0/cgi-bin/cognosisapi.dll?b _action=cognos Vie... 1/4/2017 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD ORDER CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, Petitioner CASE NO. 14-00000980 vs. WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT FIRST CLASS AND 198 POINSETTIA ST CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 REQUESTED: 7012 2210 0001 1385 4234 Property Address: 198 POINSETTIA ST Atlantic Beach, FL Real Estate No . 170636-0510 Legal Description: Lot N1/2 Lot 684, Saltair Sec 3 ORDERIMPOSING FINE ·' THIS CAUSE came for public hearing before the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016, and the Board having heard testimony under oath, received evidence, and heard arguments respective to all appropriate matters, and thereupon issues the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order as follows: · FINDINGS OF FACT 1) That the Respondent owns the property located at 198 POINSETTIA ST, Atlantic Beach, Florida. 2) That notice was posted and sent by certified mail and that Respondent was not present at the hearing. 3) That notification of the violations of the City of Atlantic Beach, were made and served on the Respondent as evidenced in·this hearing. Unsafe Conditions IPMC Sec. 304.1 Dangerous Structures IPMC Sec. 108.1 .5 2 Exterior Walls IPMC Sec. 304.6 Protective Treatment IPMC Sec. 304.2 Roofs and Drainage IPMC Sec. 304 .7 Handrails & Guardrails IPMC Sec. 307.1 Stairs and Walking Surfaces IPMC 305.4 Stairways, Deck, Porch, Balconies, IPMC 304.10 Unfit for Human Habitation Sec 105.1.5.3 The aforementioned property shall be conected by obtaining pe1mits and completing all the required repairs and obtain approved inspections to verify the dwelling is safe and habitable. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW THAT the Respondent WAYNE DOUGLAS SCOTT is not in compliance and has failed to conect such violation as of this hearing date. ORDER Based upon the foregoing Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and pursuant to the authority granted in Chapter 162, Florida Statutes, and the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida it is Ordered: THAT the Respondent is found in violation for non-compliance and must obtain compliance on or before January 2, 2017. Failure to comply will result in fmes of $250.00 for the first day and $250.00 for every day , thereafter while the . violation continues to exist. In addition, any fine shall also include the administrative costs to the City incuned in prosecuting this case. THAT the Respondent is responsible for contacting the City of Atlantic Beach Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. THAT failure to pay all accumulated fmes will result in a lien being placed against the property at 198 POINSETTIA ST . for the total !lSsessment plus costs incuned for the filing of the lien. All lien amounts are to be i:nade payable at an interest rate of ten (i 0) percent per annum from date of c~rtification until paid. DONE AND ORDERED THIS November 9, 2016. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD ATTEST: . w~ Executed this lg1'tl day of NovemBeR PLEASE NOTE: Florida Statutes, Section 162.11, states that an appeal of this order shall be filed in circuit court within thirty (30) days of this order's execution. '2016. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-283 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:29:29 PM Page 1 r:u::.A TunA• o I=C:Tnl=r..ln dl Alternate Description: complaint on inoperable mercedes Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 07/25/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: CmZEN COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 07/25/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 07/25/2016 Primary Address: 35119TH ST ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 1022 Case Notes Note Category Date Stop Work Order RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removing the inoperable vehicle from the premises and mowing and cleaning the yard by November 21,2016 or a fine of $200.00 be imposed for the first day and $200.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Special 10/25/2016 N Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type KENNETH ALLEN PROPERTY OWNER 351 19TH ST ATLANTIC BEACH, Florida Mailing WEATHERBY 32233 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Motor Vehicle -IPMC Sec. 302.8 07/25/2016 ACTIVE Mercedes inoperable 35119TH ST Nuisance-Overgrown-Sec. 12-1(11) 07/25/2016 ACTIVE excessive amounts of tree debris 351 19TH ST REC -Recommendation CEB 07/25/2016 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 35119TH ST Weeds -IPMC Sec. 302.4 07/25/2016 ACTIVE Tall weeds rear yard, debris 35119TH ST CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that the fine of two hundred dollars ($200.00) per day be imposed for non compliance commencing on November 22, 2016 and everyday thereafter the violation continues to exist. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA ---cODE~NFORCEMENTBOARD ORDER CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORJDA, Petitioner CASE NO. 16-283 vs. KENNETH ALLEN WEATHERBY FIRST CLASS AND 35119TH ST · CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 REQUESTED: 7012 2210 0001 1385 4296 Property Address: 351 19TH ST Atlantic Beach, FL Real Estate No. 172020-1258 Legal Description: Selva Marina Unit 12-A Lot 13 ORDER IMPOSING FINE THIS CAUSE came for public hearing before the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016, and the Bo.ard having heard testimony under oath, received evidence, and heard arguments respective to all appropriate matters, and thereupon issues the Findings of Fact, Conclusions ofLaw and Order as follows: FINDINGS OF FACT 1) That the Respondent owns the prope1iy located at 351 19TH ST, Atlantic Beach, Florida. 2) That notice was posted and sent by certified mail and that Respondent was not present at the hearing. 3) That notification of the violations of the City of Atlantic Beach; were made and served on the Respondent as evidenced in this hearing. Motor Vehicles IPMC Sec. 302.8 IPMC Sec. 302.4 Weeds Sec. 12-1 Nuisances (b) The aforementioned property shall be corrected by removing the inoperable vehicle from the premises and mowing and cleaning the yard. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW THAT the Respondent KENNETH ALLEN WEATHERBY is not in compliance and has failed to conect such violation as of this hearing date. ·~ ORDER Based upon the foregoing Findings of Fact and Coriclusions of Law and pursuant to the authority granted in Chapter 162, Florida Statutes, and the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida it is Ordered: THAT the Respondent is found in violation for non-compliance and must obtain compliance on or before November 21, 2016 .. Failure to comply will result in fines of $200.00 for the first day and $200.00 for every day thereafter while the violation continues to exist. In addition, any fine shall also include the administrative costs to the City incuned in prosecuting this case. THAT the Respondent is responsible for contacting the City of Atlantic Beach Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining art inspection of compliance. THAT failure to pay all accumulated fines will result in a lien being placed against the property at 351 19TI:f ST for the total assessment plus costs incurred for the filing of the lien. All lien amounts are to be made payable at an interest rate of ten (1 0) percent per annum from date of ce1iificatiqil until paid. DONE AND ORDERED THIS November 9, 2016. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA CODEENFORGEMENTBOARD ATTEST: ·£ . ,·1 ~dl J_.~ /j~~~A /l.u . tr""~L-=---- DaynaTwilliams, Secretary By: B~inin de Luna, Chairman Executed this /8flt day of ~(OVe;rt\>€R. '2016. . PLEASE NOTE: Florida Statutes, Section 162.11, states that an appeal of this order shall be filed in circuit comi within thiliy (30) days of this order's execution. Case History Report For Case ID: 14-1335 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:23:32 PM Page 1 Case Type: RESIDENTIAL Alternate Description: Septic to Sewer Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 08/16/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: INTERNAL COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 12/08/2014 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 12/08/2014 Primary Address: 1202 JASMINE ST ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 3690 Case Notes Note Category Date Stop Work Order RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by paying the required connection fees to the city of Atlantic Beach and obtain the services of a State of Florida licensed plumbing contractor to connect to the city sewer within thirty (30) days or by December 12, 2016 or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Special 10/25/2016 N Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type C Bass Mortgage Loan Asset Backed Property Owner 1661 Worthington RD, Suite 100 Certificates West Palm Beach, FL 33409 History Initial Violation Established Date REC -Recommendation CEB Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address 12/08/2014 Septic to Sewer -SEC. 22.74 12/08/2014 ACTIVE ACTIVE 1-3-2017 1202 JASMINE ST 1202 JASMINE ST CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation of the November 9, 2016, order for non compliance and order that a fine of two hundred fifty ($250.00} per day commence on December 13, 2016 and continue every day thereafter until full compliance is achieved. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLO~DA --CODE ENFORCEMEN-T BOARD ORDER CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, Petitioner CASE NO. 14-1335 vs. C BASS MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET FIRST CLASS AND BACKED CERTIFICATES CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT 1661 WORTHINGTON RD, SUITE 100 REQUESTED: WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33409 7012 2210 0001 1385 4241 Property Address: 1202 JASMINE ST Atlantic Beach, FL Real Estate No. 171020..:0030 Legal Description: Lot 3, Block 204, Atlantic Beach SEC H ORDER IM£0SING FINE THIS CAUSE came for public he'aring before the Code Enforcement Board on November 9, 2016, and the Board having heard testimony under oath, received evidence, and heard arguments respective to all appropriate matters, and thereupon issues the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order as foJlows: FINDINGS OF FACT 1) That the Respondent owns the property located at 1202 JASMINE ST, Atlantic Beach, Florida. 2) That notice was sent by certified mail and that Respondent was not present at the hearing. 3) That notification of the violations ofthe City of Atlantic Beach, were made and served on the Respondent as evidenced in this hearing. SEC 22.74 Septic to Sewer The aforementioned property shall be corrected by paying the required connection fees to the City of Atlantic Beach and obtain the services of a State of Florida Licensed plumbing contractor to connect to the city sewer. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW THAT the Respondent C BASS MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES is not in compliance and has failed to correct such violation as of this heating date. ORDER Based upon the foregoing Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and pursuant to the authority granted in Chapter 162, Florida Statutes, and the Code of Ordinances of the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida it is Ordered: THAT the Respondent is found in violation for non-compliance and must obtain compliance on or before December 12, 2016. Failure to comply will result in fines of $250.00 for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter while the violation continues to exist. In addition, any fine shall also include the administrative costs to the City incurred in prosecuting this case. THAT the Respondent is responsible for contacting the City of Atlantic Beach Code Enforcement Officer and obtainigg ati inspection of compliance. THAT failure to pay all accumulated fines will result in a lien being placed against the property at 1202 JASMINE ST for the" total assessment plus costs incurred for the filing of the lien. All lien amourits are to be made payable at an interest rate of ten (1 0) percent per annum from date of certification until paid. DONE AND ORDERED THIS November 9, 2016. CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD ATTEST: L. Williams, Secretary Executed this [o 1H day of Nol}tmB(P-. PLEASE NOTE: Flmida Statutes, Section 162 .11, states that an appeal of this order shall be filed in circuit comi within thirty (30) days of this order's execution. &· · ,t L.6-·~-='· / I -~- By: ~jamin de Luna, Chairman '2016. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-312 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:25:51 PM Page 1 r::acaTvnA• Alternate Description: Case Status: ACITVE Last Status Change Date: 08/02/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: CITIZEN COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 08/02/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 08/02/2016 Primary Address: 417 SAILFISH DR ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 3106 Case Notes Stop Work Note Category Date Order Special 10/25/2016 N RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removal of the loaded, junk trailer from the premises by November 18, 2016, or the City of Atlantic Beach will remove the trailer and all items stored on the trailer at the property owners expense plus 10% interest . The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance . CURRENT FINES ON THIS PROPERTY/OWNER 09-148 CITY MOWED PROPERTY CURRENT BALANCE $1,154.75 10-88 VIOLATION OF IPMC SEC. 308.1 RUBBISH AND FILTH CURRENT FINE BALANCE $231,827.00 74110 VIOLATION OF SEC 24-173 NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION CURRENT FINE BALANCE $198,327.00 TOTAL FINES ON THIS PROPERTY TO DATE ARE OVER $400,000.00 AND TWO ARE ACCRUING AT $100.00 PER DAY. ALL ACCRUE 10% INTEREST PER ANNUM Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type * SMITH EM!, BRUCE PROPERTY OWNER 417 SAILFISH DR ATLANTIC BEACH , Florida Mailing L 32233 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Nuisance -Junk Veh, Junk-Sec . 12-1(7) 08/02/2016 12/05/2016 COMPLIANCE MET Junk trailer stored in driveway 417 SAILFISH DR Outsid~ storage (resi)-Sec. 24-173(b){1) 08/02/2016 ACTIVE Lumber boxes junk on trailer 417 SAILFISH DR REC ­Recommendation CEB 08/02/2016 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 417 SAILFISH DR 08/02/2016 CLOSE -NO VIOLATION 417 SAILFISH DR CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-476 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:52:56 PM Page 1 Case Type: RESIDENTIAL Alternate Description: overgrown, graffitti, dumpster enclosure Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 10/27/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: . ROUTINE INSPECTION Case Created Date: 10/27/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 10/27/2016 Primary Address: 501 MAYPORT RD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 7088 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type REGINA ROSENSTEIN PROPERTYOWNER 105 Rowan Rd . Highwood, IL Mailing TRUST 60040-2061 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Dumpster Enclosures-Sec. 24.160(b) 10/27/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 10/27/2016 Weeds -IPMC Sec. 302.4 10/27/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address AcriVE 501 MAYPORT RD ACTIVE 1-3-2017 501 MAYPORT RD ACTIVE 501 MAYPORT RD Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by February 6, 2017, by installing a new dumpster enclosure and mow, clean and remove all the trash and debris from the premises or a fine of $200.00 be imposed for the first day and $200.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-391 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:42:35 PM Page 1 Case Type: Alternate Description: Case Status: Case Manager: Case Origination: Visibility: Primary Address: COMMERCIAL ACTIVE DEBORAH WHITE INTERNAL COMPLAINT Public 1411 HIBISCUS ST ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Last Status Change Date: Case Created Date: Case Established Date: Location ID: 09/06/2016 09/06/2016 09/06/2016 19672 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type 1411 Hibiscus, LLC PROPERTY 399 Beach Avenue Mailing OWNER Atlantic BEACH, Florida 32233 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Outside Storage (comm) -Sec . 24-173(b)(1) 09/06/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 09/06/2016 Zoning District -Chapter 24 09/06/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address ACITVE 1411 HIBISCUS ST ACTIVE 1-3-2017 1411 HIBISCUS ST ACTIVE 1411 HIBISCUS ST Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting Registered Agent: Kathleen Holbrook Cold One Independent Dr. Suite 2301 Jacksonville, Fl 32202 RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by ceasing all business activity at this location and remove all items stored outside including vehicles by February 6, 2017 or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-390 Report generated ori Jan 3, 2017 3:44:33 PM Page 1 Case Type: COMMERCIAL Alternate Description: Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 09/06/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: INTERNAL COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 09/06/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 09/06/2016 Primary Address: 400 LEVY RD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 7126 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Patty Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type C Quest Properties, LLC PROPERlY OWNER Mailing 36 Wf1'st ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Outside Display Commercii -Sec. 24-154(g) 09/06/2016 Outside Storage (comm)-Sec. 24-173(b)(1) 09/06/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 09/06/2016 Zoning District -Chapter 24 09/06/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Violation Status ACTIVE ACTIVE ACTIVE ACTIVE Short Description 1-3-2017 CG Permitted Uses Violation Street Address 400 LEVY RD 400 LEVY RD 400 LEVY RD 400 LEVY RD Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by ceasing all business activity and all outside storage of construction material including vehicles by February 7, 2017, or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-432 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:40:47 PM Page 1 Case Type: COMMERCIAL Alte.rnate Description: motor vehicles dismantled, unlicensed, OS comm Case Status: ACTIVE last Status Change Date: 09/26/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: ROUTINE INSPECTION Case Created Date: 09/26/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 09/26/2016 Primary Address: 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 Location ID: 17998 ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type OSSI KLOTZ LLC PROPER1Y OWNER 645 Mayport RD #5 Mailing ATLANTIC BEACH, Florida 32233 History Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Junked Abanonded Veh (co)-Sec. 24-163 (c) 09/26/2016 Motor Vehicle -IPMC Sec. 302.8 09/26/2016 Nuisance-SEC. 12-1 (b)(3) Rubbish,filth 09/26/2016 Outside Storage (comm)-Sec. 24-173(b)(1) 09/26/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 09/26/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address ACTIVE 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 ACTIVE 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 ACTIVE 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 ACTIVE 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 1820 MAYPORT RD 1 Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by ceasing all business activity at this location, remove all unlicensed, dismantled vehicles and remove all automobile parts, junk and debris from the premises by February 6, 2017, or a firie of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16,.335 Report generated on Jan 31 2017 3:35:52 PM Page 1 Case Type: RESIDENTIAL Alternate Description: new case closed out old case 15-99 (';oc.. ~t::otuc:• Case Manager: ArTT\/1= DEBORAH WHITE n~11 nt?n1 h Case Origination: INTERNAL COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 08/10/2016 Visibility: · Public Case Established Date: 08/10/2016 Primary Address: 387 SKATE RD ATLANTIC BEACHJL 32233 Location ID: 5056 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type VALDA HECTOR PROPERTY OWNER 387 SKATE RD ATLANTIC BEACH, Florida 32233 Mailing History Initial Violation Established Resolved Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Date Date Address Fence Maintenance -Sec. 24-157 Fences, walls etc. 08/10/2016 Motor Vehicle -IPMC Sec . 302.8 08/10/2016 11/22/2016 Outside storage (resi) -Sec. 24-173(b)(1) 08/10/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 08/10/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS ACTIVE COMPLIANCE MET ACTIVE ACTIVE broken missing pieces white fence front yard BMW in op flat tires appliance junk in yard and carport 1-3-2017 387 SKATE RD 387 SKATE RD 387 SKATE RD 387 SKATE RD Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removal of all items stored in the yard and in carport/porch area and repair or remove the fencing in front by February 6, 2017 .a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-437 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:38:12 PM Page 1 Case Type: COMMERCIAL Alternate Description: . RE#171069-0000 Case Status: ACITVE last Status Change Date: 09/27/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: INTERNAL COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 09/27/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 09/27/2016 Primary Address: 248 LEVY RD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 ·Location ID: 7422 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type ROCK GARDEN ENTERPRISES, INC .248 LEVY RD ATLANTIC BEACH, Mailing Dba RPC General Contractors PROPERTY Florida 32233 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Motor Vehicle -IPMC Sec. 302.8 09/27/2016 11/22/2016 COMPLIANCE MET Unlicensed trailers 248 LEVY RD Outside Storage (comm)-Sec. 24-173(b)(1) 09/27/2016 ACTIVE 248 LEVY RD REC -Recommendation CEB 01/03/2017 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 248 LEVY RD Zoning District -Chapter 24 09/27/2016 ACTIVE CG District Contractors 248 LEVY RD CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting Registered Agent: Charles Crabtee, CPA 3030 Hartley Rd., Suite 120 Jacksonville, FL 32257 RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removing all outside storage and cease future outside storage of construction material by February 6, 2017 or a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-397 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:48:14 PM Page 1 Case Type: COMMERCIAL . Alternate Description: Case Status: ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 09/09/2016 Case Manager: DEBORAH WHITE Case Origination: CITIZEN COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 09/09/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 09/09/2016 Primary Address: 763 ATLANTIC BLVD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 7044 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type HANDLER FAMILY PARTNERSHIP PROPERTY 65 S COLORADO BLVD DENVER, Mailing OWNER Colorado 80246 Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Fences No Permit -Sec. 24-157 09/09/2016 ACTIVE 763 ATLANTIC BLVD Florida Building Code-Sec. 6-16 09/09/2016 ACTIVE 763 ATLANTIC BLVD REC -Recommendation CEB 09/09/2016 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 763 ATLANTIC BLVD Zoning District -Chapter 24 09/09/2016 ACTIVE 763 ATLANTIC BLVD CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that comp liance be achieved by removing all unpermitted structures and equipment installed onto your property, including the wood fencing by February 6, 2017, or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day ana $250.00 for every day thereafter ttie violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance . Case History Report For Case ID: 16-341 Report generated on jan 3, 2017 3:46:17 PM Page 1 Case Type: COMMERCIAL work fence, refrigeration equipment and shed under construction encroaching onto adjacent property Alternate Description: no permits Case Status: Case ACTIVE Last Status Change Date: 08/11/2016 Manager: Case DEBORAH WHITE Origination: CITIZEN COMPLAINT Case Created Date: 08/11/2016 Visibility: Public Case Established Date: 08/11/2016 Primary Address: . 31 ROYAL PALMS DR ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 7334 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type WADlE PROPERTY OWNER PO BOX 50910 JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Florida Mailing BAKKAR 32240 History Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Fences No Permit -Sec. 24-157 08/11/2016 ACTIVE 31 ROYAL PALMS DR Florida Building Code -Sec . 6-16 08/11/2016 ACTIVE fence, shed refr equip 31 ROYAL PALMS DR REC -Recommendation CEB 08/11/2016 ACTIVE 1 -3-2017 31 ROYAL PALMS DR SWO Florida Bldg Code -FBC Sec. 105 Permits -Requird 08/11/2016 ACTIVE fence, shed refr equip 31 ROYAL PALMS DR CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removing all unpermitted structures and equipment, and remove unpermitted wood fencing by February 6, 2017, or a fine of $250.00 be imposed for the first day and $250.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance . Case History Report For Case ID: 16-420 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:50:07 PM Page 1 Case Type: Alternate Description: Case Status: Case Manager: Case Originatio": Visibility: Primary Address: RESIDENTIAL abandoned vacant, overgrown yard pile of trash in driveway ACTIVE Last Status Chang~ Date: DEBORAH WHITE ROUTINE INSPECTION Case Created Date: Public Case Established Date: · 374 SKATE RD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Location ID: 09/13/2016 09/13/2016 09/13/2016 5094 Case Notes No Notes for Case Related Parties Name Related Party Address Address Phone Phone Type Type Number Type SHARPE FAMILY INVESTMENTS, LTD PROPERTY 100 CYPRESS LAGOON cr PONTE VEDRA Mailing OWNER BEACH, Florida 32082 History Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address Outside storage (resi)-Sec. 24-173(b)(1) 09/13/2016 ACTIVE Pile of trash in driveway 374 SKATE RD REC -Recommendation CEB 09/13/2016 ACTIVE 1-3-2017 374 SKATE RD Vacant Structures and Land -IPMC 301.3 09/13/2016 ACTIVE abandoned, vacant 374 SKATE RD Weeds -IPMC Sec. 302.4 09/13/2016 COMPLIANCE MET overgrown yard 374 SKATE RD CODE BOARD MEETINGS Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation for the time in violation and now in compliance. Case History Report For Case ID: 16-372 Report generated on Jan 3, 2017 3:33:52 PM Page 1 Case Type: . Alternate Description: Case Status: Case Manager: RESIDENTIAL ACTIVE DEBORAH WHITE Last Status Change Date: 01/03/2017 Case Origination: Visibility: Primary Address: CillZEN COMPLAINT Public 322 EAST COAST DR ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Case Created Date: Case Established Date: Location ID: 08/26/2016 08/26/2016 15444 Case Notes Note Category Date Stop Work Order RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in violation and order that compliance be achieved by removing the boat stored in the front yard and cease future storage of boats in the front yard by November 21, 2016 or a fine of $100.00 be imposed for the first day and $100.00 for every day thereafter the violation continues to exists. The property owner is responsible for contacting the City Code Enforcement Officer and obtaining an inspection of compliance. Special 10/25/2016 N Related Parties Name Related Party Type Address Address Type Phone Number Phone Type KEVIN LUNNEY PROPERlY OWNER 247 DEKALB AVE BROOKLYN, New York 11206 Mailing Historv Initial Violation Established Date Resolved Date Heavy Vehicle (too many)-Sec. 24-163 (b)(2) 08/26/2016 09/14/2016 Heavy Vehicle Store (fyd-Sec. 24-163 (b)(2) 08/26/2016 11/21/2016 REC -Recommendation CEB 08/26/2016 08/26/2016 11/21/2016 CODE BOARD MEETINGS Violation Status Short Description Violation Street Address COMPLIANCE Mer 2BOATS FRONT YARD 322 EAST COAST DR ACTIVE 2 BOATS FRONT YARD 322 EAST COAST DR ACTIVE 1-3-2017 322 EAST COAST DR COMPLIANCE Mer 322 EAST COAST DR Scheduled Start Date Calendar Type 01/10/2017 Meeting RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board find the property owner in compliance. Server Name : atlb-ponsrp001.atlb.cloud.lcl User Name: CLOUD\]weidley