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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Saint Paul City Council Election

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this another happy St.Paul homeowner?

10:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another day for the city council members, do they even hear what citizens are saying? Do they have any type of feelings or morals for people?

I am really starting to wonder how they can live with themselves with the hardship and damage they have caused so many families.

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's see someone buys a property and the real estate agent doesn't explain what it means that it needs to be brought up to code before they can move in and that makes the City Council evil when they treat this nice person the same way that they treat the landlords (who say they are being picked on).

Doesn't this prove that the City is being the same (fair) no matter if it is someone the like (this appears to be a very nice lady) or someone that they don't like?

Haven't the landlords been saying that they have been picked on, singled out, treated unlike the average citizen? Well this sure looks like an average citizen to me, and she was very pleasent to the council, not a nut case...

This looks like good evidence for the City in the RICO cases.

10:06 are you saying the council should be nice to nice people and discriminate against the non-homesteaders?


Chuck Repke

12:48 PM  
Anonymous Bill Dahn said...

12:48 PM
Chuck Repke

Thank you Chuck,
you always stick up for the city council.
According to you every body gets treated the same, treated like shit.
You knew that my house had sewer gases coming thou the furnace from the work RAP did, and you and Thune and the "code inspectors" covered up that my house was missed up.
You say the city council is fair to all!
My house should have been condemn, this letter is on my web site.
It says 256 W. Morton St. in St.Paul,MN.
this is not a bureaucratic dodge, but rather a requirement by law. there is no indication of negligence on the part of RAP or its contractor, therefore looking at liability insurance is not a consideration for paying for the work. This situation is being treated as a remedying a health and safety problem for the client and will be covered
by a combination of current program funds.

look under homestead on my web site, read the letter yourself.

Bill Dahn

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK Bill
Chuck just might say But - But Butt Thune didn't know about Bill D's house.
This has the clip of Jesse at Bill's place on it.
If this was a home owned by a landlord, the St.Paul City Council would have condemned the house with any health hazard like Bill's.

The Unknown Comic

9:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Chuck,

Lets do a little predicting here.
The day after the election Dave Thune wins by a landslide. What if it is the lowest voter turnout. Even though Dave Thune wins, is it a mandate of the people? Hell no.

When is St. Paul going to wake up to the BS of the DFL party?

Sick and tired of the DFL party running the show in St. Paul.

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:45 remember that the guy running against Thune's only issue is that Thune isn't tough enough on problem properties...


chuck repke

11:48 PM  

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