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ROCHESTER, MN — A resident of the Kutzky Park neighborhood in northwest Rochester voiced what he feels are problems in the neighborhood he calls home.
At Monday’s city council meeting he addressed issues with public safety as well as safety with some of the buildings in the area.
Members of the city council say they depend on these people to bring these concerns to their attention so they can work on it.
“One of the things we’ll do is address some of the concerns with the Building Safety Department in terms of priority and response to concerns and issues that we hear about and see if we’re paying close attention and following up as we should,” said Rochester City Council President Randy Staver.
He says the council member in that ward is already working with police to resolve the safety issues as well.