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Peaceful carefree life. Enjoy this one level 3 bedroom, 2 bath patio home in Southview Court of the Buffalo Hills area. Large master bedroom with master bath and walk-in closet. French doors lead to the sunroom overlooking the open common floor with perfect walkways. Third bedroom was used as a den with built-in custom closets. Vaulted ceilings with open living room and gas fireplace. Only park and medical facilities. Newer furnace, new water heater, move in ready.
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2533 Woodridge Lane, Brainerd, MN 56401 (MLS # 6202912) is a single family home that sold on June 30, 2022 at $315,500. Want to learn more about 2533 Woodridge Lane? Do you have questions about other single family properties for sale in Brainerd? You can browse all Brainerd real estate or contact a Coldwell Banker agent to request more information.
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You are looking to access real estate listings that consist of factual information and creative content. This “Licensed Content” appears on this “Licensed Site.” Licensors wish to grant you access to the Licensed Site, but use of these information is limited by the conditions of this license. Brainerd rental property owners seek to change perception A monthly meeting among rental property owners and managers focused on issues of the Jan. 4 fatal shooting at a north Brainerd apartment building.
A monthly meeting between rental owners and managers focused on issues raised by the Jan. 4 fatal shooting at a north Brainerd apartment building.
Concerns from neighbors and officials from St. Francis of the Lakes Catholic School, which sits across the street from the Juniper Street residence, put the city’s rental code, and whether it’s being properly enforced, in the spotlight.
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Those at Wednesday’s meeting expressed frustration at how news coverage of the troubled property has created what they say is a perception of widespread responsibility among property owners.
One man who was present said that the owners of the rental property “worked hard for years” to establish a positive culture and he was disappointed to see a negative perception so quickly.
About half of the properties in Brainerd are rentals, with more than 1,000 rental structures and about 350 rental properties, according to Laurie Johnson, administrative specialist in the city’s building department.
Police Chief Corky McQuiston spoke to the crowd to outline his plan to ensure his department lives up to its responsibility to communicate with property owners.
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McQuiston said it is a small number of rental properties that represent a majority of the problems, but noted criminal activity is clearly not limited to rentals. Still, a study by a city intern last year found a disproportionate number of police calls – which can include any reason to call the police – to rental units.
Both Mayor James Wallin and McQuiston acknowledged a failure to enforce the portion of the code of conduct at licensed rental properties.
“I was just as frustrated as you,” McQuiston said Wednesday. “We didn’t do our job right here.”
City Code establishes the Brainerd Police Department as responsible for communicating with licensed landlords regarding conduct on property deemed disorderly. Some of the offenses considered disorderly include prostitution, illegal gambling and disorderly conduct. Noise-related issues are also considered an offense that warrants contact with a licensed landlord. This applies both to the people who live on the property and to their guests.
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The code dictates the required procedure when the police department has notified the owner of a problem: If another instance has occurred within 12 months, the police should notify the owner of a claim to submit a written management plan, how they intend to deal with the to embrace behavioral problems; if a third instance occurs within 18 months of the initial incident, the licensed landlord is subject to denial, revocation, suspension or non-renewal of their rental license for the property in question.
According to McQuiston, when crime prevention specialist Elizabeth Harris left the department in 2010 as part of budget cuts, some of her duties related to code enforcement were dropped. While the department continued to notify property owners of behavioral issues when appropriate, the second and third steps were not implemented, according to department records.
Since 2010, a second letter has been sent to an owner requesting a management plan. The conduct that prompted the letter was several noise complaints about a property on the 900 block of Third Avenue Northeast. There was no written management plan on record from this owner.
Since May 2010, when McQuiston was appointed chief, the department has not initiated any licensing action in relation to a conduct problem, and he has been unable to locate records showing actions by the former chief or Harris.
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Before the shooting, Tom and Melissa Lake, who owned the residence on Juniper Street, sent seven letters about behavior on the property since November 2012. Three of these letters related to noise complaints. Three letters were sent within four days of each other in January 2014, two addressing numerous vehicles or people arriving and leaving the property and one regarding a tenant who apparently had medication stolen. The latest letter addresses the incident last October where a man was allegedly attacked and held against his will at the residence.
At the meeting, Melissa Lake said she was also contacted by two people associated with St. Francis school about the property were contacted.
Tom Lake said he was unable to contact police until the morning after the shooting, and asked McQuiston why St.
McQuiston said he notified the church because a suspect remained at large and he wasn’t sure how long the investigation would take. He said that in the future his department would try to inform the owners more quickly.
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Rick Fargo of Progressive Property Management helped draft the code, which is based on the rules of the city of Minneapolis. He said the code was established to identify problem properties and landlords who are unable to address ongoing behavioral issues.
“If you ignore it, and it happens again and it happens again and it happens again, you have a problem if you don’t take action on it,” he said. “It’s not a question of whether you get three police calls in 18 months … only if it’s the same problem over and over again and you can’t prove you made an effort.”
For the department’s part, McQuiston intends to use a system of patrols when he patrols in 1996. The system, which he calls Conduct on Premises Community Policing, would divide the city into seven grids with two officers assigned to each. These officers would be responsible for monitoring rental properties in their zone and ensuring that proper notification is sent to property owners.
Patrol officers would use judgment whether to contact an owner, he said; not every call is found to be legitimate. Some calls, such as those involving domestic violence, would not be part of the notification process at all in order for the abused party to call the police.
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McQuiston said his hopes for the grid system are for the patrol officers to develop a trust with the properties and property owners in their zone, to open lines of communication between the groups. By assigning duties to all patrol officers rather than to one person alone, as was the case with the crime prevention specialist, more people in the department will be closely involved with the subject.
Monitoring behavior at rental properties isn’t the department’s only duty, however, and McQuiston said it’s up to responsible property owners to know what’s going on at their rentals. He encourages those in the room to make data inquiries about their properties if they would like to know the number and nature of the police calls.
Fargo said they would look at updates to the code in the coming months, including clarifying how the code applies to units with a large number of apartments.
“It’s unfortunate that something really tragic like this has to happen to trigger it
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