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Saturday, October 13, 2007

Video Vigilante Strikes Again

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This woman is not stupid and the fact that they do not have the file before them is going to mean something in the future because she seems to be setting them for around that.

4:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This video shows that the city council members had already made their decision on what the outcome would be long before Nancy stood up to speak her part, so of course they didn't have or feel like they needed to have the file in front of them. The council members had no intentions of hearing anything Nancy had to say, the decisions were already made. Yet I believe this was what was referred to as a hearing for Nancy. That is some system they have going, no rights or repect for the citizen at all.

11:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have seen this time after time watching the city council meetings. It's more like a kangaroo court than a hearing!

10:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More like a donkey aka jackass court or hearing!

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can tell a person's character by what they do when they don't have to do anything. These council people have tar in thier viens instead of blood.

8:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let em keep it up.....after a while , there will be lots more pooperties in the city that will be vacant or being auctioned off for firesale prices

9:14 PM  
Blogger Sharon Anderson said...

Please research 17Oct07 City Agenda
Repair/Remove 11 Jessamine 15Oct07

Nancy O you have Federal & State Standing for your commerce rights 14 E. Jessamine Go to Item 47 St. Paul City Council Agenda 17Oct07

47. Resolution - 07-998 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 11 Jessamine Avenue East within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3043505) (Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)


GS3043505-Resolution-11 Jessamine

and for Sharons 1/2 million claim against the city
2007; towing abandoned vehicles from private properties during April, May and June, 2007; summary abatement for the excessive consumption of inspection services for property code violations billed from April 9 to May 16, 2007;
GS3043410-Approving-Ratifying
MEMORANDUMN FORENSIC EVIDENCE
RICO "PATTERN" BY CITY COUNCIL ENBANC
ACTING IN CONCORT WITH DSI ET AL,MARCIA MOERMOND
CITY ATTORNEYS INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL CLAIMS
Heinous Criminal Violations of
Forfeiture Endangers American Rights (F.E.A.R.) Home Page

A Democracy: 2007-09-09 http://stpaul.granicus.com/AgendaViewer.php?view_id=18&event_id=40
AGENDA OF THE SAINT PAUL CITY COUNCIL
Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - 3:30 p.m.

PUBLIC HEARINGS - 5:30 P.M.

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR
City Hall and Court House
15 West Kellogg Boulevard





PUBLIC HEARINGS



CONSENT AGENDA (Items 1 - 28)



COMMUNICATIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS



1. Claims of Paul A. Grosslaus, Joseph O. Ibhaze, Qwest, Jared J. Sandstrom, Elizabeth M. Ulicni, and Kelley M. Wakem.



2. Summons and Complaint in the matter of the Estate of Joseph R. Carter, by Mary Pettiford, its Personal Representative, vs. the City of Saint Paul, et al.



3. Letter from the Department of Public Works/Technical Services announcing a public hearing before the City Council on November 7, 2007 to consider the petition of James and Angela Goddard to vacate part of an alley in the Montcalm/Edgcumbe block for the purpose of landscaping and lot beautification.



4. Letters from the Department of Safety and Inspections/Code Enforcement declaring 443 Forest Street, 1237 Jackson Street, 448 Page Street East, 460 Page Street East, 118 Rose Avenue East, 947 Sylvan Street, and 81 Western Avenue South as nuisance properties, and setting date of Legislative Hearings for October 23, 2007, and City Council public hearings for November 21, 2007.



FOR ACTION



5. Approval of minutes of August 1, 8, and 15, 2007.



6. Resolution - 07-969 - Changing the rate of pay for the classification of Payroll System Coordinator (formerly Payroll System Supervisor) from Grade 033 to Grade 036 of Bargaining Unit 01, AFSCME District Council #5, Clerical Local Union #2508. (GS 3044810)



GS3044810-Resolution

7. Resolution - 07-970 - Establishing the rate of pay for the new classification of Payroll System Technician I in Grade 034 of Bargaining Unit 02, AFSCME District Council #5, Technical Local Union #1842. (GS 3044811)



GS3044811-Resolution

8. Resolution - 07-971 - Authorizing the Division of Parks and Recreation and the proper City officials to accept the required funds and install a sign commemorating James T. Sackett Park. (GS 3045050)



GS3045050-Resolution

9. Resolution - 07-972 - Approving payment in the amount of $10,000.00 to Sadik Omar Tahior, f/k/a Abdul K. Tahiro, and Valentini & Associates, P.A. in full settlement of their claim against the City of Saint Paul. (GS 3044531)



GS3044531-Resolution

10. Resolution - 07-973 - Setting a public hearing date of November 7, 2007 for 2008 water rates. (GS 3044572)



GS3044572-Resolution

11. Resolution - 07-974 - Authorizing the Division of Parks and Recreation to accept a grant from the McKnight Foundation to develop and evaluate a Saint Paul Parks Conservancy Fund. (GS 3044911)



GS3044911-Resolution

12. Resolution - 07-975 - Memorializing City Council action taken June 20, 2007 denying in part and granting in part the appeal of David Heide Design Studio to a decision of the Heritage Preservation Commission denying alteration of the front entry canopy and alteration of a front brick retaining wall at 1760 Summit Avenue, Summit Avenue West Historic District. (File No. 07-179) (GS 3044699)



GS3044699-Resolution

13. Resolution - 07-976 - Memorializing the October 3, 2007 decision of the City Council denying the appeal for property at 891 Geranium Avenue, per the recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer. (GS 3044791)



GS3044791-Resolution-891 Geranium

14. Resolution - 07-977 - Memorializing the October 3, 2007 decision of the City Council denying the appeal for property at 839 Jenks Avenue, per the recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer. (GS 3044792)



GS3044792-Resolution-839 Jenks

15. Resolution - 07-978 - Memorializing the October 3, 2007 decision of the City Council denying the appeal for property at 1834 Maryland Avenue East, per the recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer. (GS 3044793)



GS3044793-Resolution-1834 Maryland

16. Resolution - 07-979 - Authorizing the Police Department to accept a donation in the amount of $1500.00 from the Saint Paul Police Foundation which will be used to purchase computer equipment and supplies to improve the Saint Paul Police Historical Society display. (GS 3044317)



GS3044317-Resolution

17. Resolution - 07-980 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into a grant agreement with the United States Department of Justice for the Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program. (GS 3044176)



GS3044176-Resolution

18. Resolution - 07-981 - Authorizing the Police Department to enter into an agreement with the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, to participate in an Organized Drug Enforcement Task Force. (GS 3044177)



GS3044177-Resolution

19. Resolution - 07-982 - Establishing a 2007 financing and spending plan in the Police Department for one half of the cost of a ballistic vest, not to exceed $600.00, for newly hired police officer recruits. (GS 3044410)



GS3044410-Resolution

20. Resolution - 07-983 - Establishing a 2007 financing and spending plan in the Police Department to provide funding for cameras and surveillance equipment along the Central Corridor in Saint Paul. (GS 3043738)



GS3043738-Resolution

21. Resolution - 07-984 - Approving adverse action against the Cigarette/Tobacco license held by Dollar Store At Arcade, Inc., d/b/a XMART, 1110 Payne Avenue. (GS 3044576)



22. Resolution - 07-985 - Memorializing City Council action taken October 3, 2007, imposing adverse action against all licenses held by Vone X. Moua and Mee Lou Moua, dba Malina's Sports Bar and Grill, 691 North Dale Street. (GS 3044733)



GS3044733-Resolution

23. Resolution - 07-986 - Approving adverse action against the Malt Off Sale license application by Flor De Isote, 935 Maryland Avenue East. (GS 3044831)



GS3044831-Resolution

GS3044831-Notice

24. Resolution - 07-987 - Approving adverse action against the Second Hand Dealer-Motor Vehicle Parks license held by A-1 Cycle Parts & Service, 946 University Avenue. (GS 3044833)



GS3044833-Resolution

GS3044833-Notice

25. Resolution - 07-988 - Approving adverse action against the Sidewalk Contractor license by Diversified Contracting Specialist, Inc., d/b/a Gen-Con Construction, for the City of Saint Paul. (GS 3044832)



GS3044832-Resolution

GS3044832-Notice

26. Resolution - 07-989 - Authorizing the City Design Group to provide services to Ramsey County for laying out and ordering furniture for the Emergency Communications Center. (GS 3044577)



GS3044577-Resolution

27. Resolution - 07-990 - Authorizing the City Design Group to provide graphic design services for historic grave markers at Ramsey County Cemetery. (GS 3044578)



GS3044578-Resolution

28. Resolution - 07-991 - Setting Recycling Service Fee in 2008 at $27.04 per unit in residential buildings with one to three units and condominiums, $16.24 per unit in residential buildings with four or more units, and requesting $587,567.00 SCORE grant funds for support of curbside and multi-family/city building recycling programs under contract with Eureka Recycling. (GS 3044190)



GS3044190-Resolution

FOR DISCUSSION



29. Resolution - 07-959 - Amending the 2007 budget to provide for the scope changes needed in the renovation of the 15th floor City Hall Annex and for the repayment of the loan in 2007. (Laid over from October 10) (GS 3040831)



GS3040831-Resolution

30. Resolution - 07-960 - Amending the financing and spending plans of the Selby, Victoria, Minnehaha, and Jessamine at Como Place projects by transferring MSA funding from Selby Streetscape Phase I and PIA from the 2000 Local Street Improvement Program. (Laid over from October 10) (GS 3042031)



GS3042031-Resolution

31. Resolution - 07-961 - Amending the spending and financing plans of the 2006 Residential Street Vitality Program by adding assessments and SPRWS funding and transferring Sewer, PIA, and Street Improvement Bonds from other capital projects. (Laid over from October 10) (GS 3043432)



GS3043432-Resolution

32. Resolution - 07-962 - Amending the spending and financing plans of the St. Peter/Rondo Storm Tunnel Phase II project by transferring 2007 funding from the Sewer Utility Fund, and surplus funding from the St. Peter/Rondo Storm Tunnel Phase I project. (Laid over from October 10) (GS 3043100)



GS3043100-Resolution

33. Resolution - 07-964 - Amending the spending and financing plans of the 2007 Residential Street Vitality Program by adding SPRWS, STAR Grant funds and alley assessments and transferring Major Sewer Repair, Stormwater Quality Improvements, MSA, and CIB funds from other capital projects. (Laid over from October 10) (GS 3043390)



GS3043390-Resolution

ORDINANCES



34. Second Reading - 07-966 - An ordinance amending Chapter 310 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to increase license fees (except restaurants and on-sale liquor) to reflect the current level of service. (GS 3044691)



GS3044691-Ordinance

35. Second Reading - 07-967 - An ordinance amending Chapter 310 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to increase license fees for restaurants and on-sale liquor to reflect the current level of service. (GS 3044700)



GS3044700-Ordinance

36. First Reading - 07-992 - An ordinance amending Chapter 345 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to ensure safety outside entertainment venues and to clarify other requirements. (GS 3044330)



GS3044330-Ordinance

PUBLIC HEARINGS



37. Third Reading - 07-925 - An ordinance amending Section 140.06 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code regulating conduct in the skyway system by deleting obsolete language and adding new language reflecting changes in the administrative process for regulating skyway conduct. (GS 3041970)



GS3041970-Ordinance

38. Third Reading - 07-926 - An ordinance amending Chapter 366A of the Saint Paul Legislative Code, Parades, Races, and Public Assemblies by moving skyway permits to Chapter 140. (GS 3043363)



GS3043363-Ordinance

39. Resolution - 07-930 - Authorizing CBS Outdoor to install new advertising bus shelters at various locations throughout the City. (Public hearing continued from October 3) (GS 3044131)



40. Resolution - 07-993 - Approving the petition of Shaw Lumber to vacate unimproved Marion Street north of Como Avenue within the Shaw Lumber site in order to clean up property title work prior to registration. (GS 3044021)



GS3044021-Resolution

GS3044021-Supporting Documents

41. Resolution - 07-994 - Adopting the Central Corridor Development Strategy as a Chapter of the City's Comprehensive Plan. (GS 3044931)



GS3044931-Resolution

GS3044931-Central Corridor

42. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-995 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for repair of sanitary sewer connections from January to June, 2007. [File No. SWRP0702B] (GS 3044172)



GS3044172-Ratify Assessment

43. Public hearing to consider the appeal of Judith Beck and 31 neighbors to a decision of the Board of Zoning Appeals approving the variances for lot coverage and setbacks to redevelop the St. Paul Church Home site for senior housing with underground parking and townhomes. (This is a revised hearing notice which reflects proposed changes to the variances requested as a result of discussions between the appellants and the developer.) [ZF 07-137535] (Public hearing continued from October 3)



484 Ashland Documents

44. Public hearing to consider the application of James McCann for a Combined Plat for Update Addition to create five (5) industrial parcels and variance of parkland dedication requirement at 2340 Capp Road and 2325 Endicott Street, southwest corner at Hersey Street. (ZF 07-087-802)



ZF-07-087802cccl

ZF 07-087-802-Letter

ZF 07-087-802-McCann-Letter

45. Resolution - 07-996 - Ordering the owner to remove the building at 963 Burr Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3043504) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)



GS3043504-Resolution-963 Burr - New

GS3043504-Resolution- 963 Burr

46. Resolution - 07-997 - Ordering the owner to remove the building at 182 Front Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3043506) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)



GS3043506-Resolution-182 Front - New

47. Resolution - 07-998 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 11 Jessamine Avenue East within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3043505) (Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)



GS3043505-Resolution-11 Jessamine

48. Resolution - 07-999 - Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building at 326 Thomas Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3043507) (Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)



GS3043507-Resolution-326 Thomas

49. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-1000 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost and expenses for summary abatement (property clean-up) at 770 - 7th Street East on July 6, 2007. (Laid over from September 19) (GS 3044352) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)



GS3044352-Ratifying Assessment

50. Resolution Ratifying Assessment - 07-1001 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, costs and expenses for summary abatements (graffiti removal) on private properties from July 18 to August 6, 2007; summary abatements (property clean-ups) on private properties from July 30 to August 14, 2007; providing weekly garbage hauling services from August 1 to August 13, 2007; towing abandoned vehicles from private properties during April, May and June, 2007; summary abatement for the excessive consumption of inspection services for property code violations billed from April 9 to May 16, 2007; demolition of vacant buildings at 430/432 Banfil Street and 826 Steller Street during August 2007; and removing diseased elm trees from private property during the winter season 2006/2007 (Part C). (GS 3043410) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends the following:



GS3043410-Approving-Ratifying

51. Appeal of Song Lee to a Summary Abatement Order for property at 408 Belvidere Street East. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the appeal)



52. Appeal of Dean Sheldon to a Vehicle Abatement Order for property at 1187 Raymond Avenue. (Withdrawn)



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10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the video shows was that the council had two issues to decide:
Was the building vacant and if so, had it been brought up to code?

Nancy's discussion about procedure to get the building on a list is meanless and the hardship issue isn't one that they get any options on.

So, again this is one more case that even though the council might appear to be tough, they are treating the nice people the same way as the landlords that are suing them.

Looks like another one the proves the landlords have no case.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They do have a choice Chuck. They can stop acting like NAZIs are start treating epople like poeple.

12:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Except that is what they could get sued for... treating people diferrently. They can't do that.

Chuck

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Ghost Town" formerly known as "St.Paul" will be the headlines of the future!

4:28 PM  
Blogger Nancy Lazaryan said...

Chuck,

I am going to enjoy seeing you eat your words.

Look up the legal definition of NOTICE.

Obviously, the people in government at the city of St. Paul can't read, or understand that there is a requirement of NOTICE to their actions taken against the properties.

Remember our discussion about allodial title, and I suggested that we all just come over and take your property? WITHOUT NOTICE.

That is what the government in St. Paul did with our house. They TOOK it through the "vacant building" designation
...WITHOUT NOTICE.

And that whole portion of the video, where the council did not have the file on the property? That's RICO. It is a conspiracy by the council to FRAUD the public into thinking that there is an actual hearing. No file, no hearing.

Nancy Lazaryan

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nancy, I wish you the best of luck, but we have been through this before.

The City is only required to give notice to the owner of record, which they did by mailing to the owner on the Ramsey County Property tax records.

Notice was given, and no one appealed.

The house was vacant, and it hasn't been brought up to code.

Case Closed. The Council doesn't need any other information. The council can't treat a nice lady like Nancy any diferrently than they would a known slum lord.

That is what the landlords are arguing that they have been targetted. Nancy's case is another example of how everyone is being treated the same.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

10:20 AM  
Blogger Nancy Lazaryan said...

Chuck,

I make sure that I give you a nice tall glass of water when you eat your words.

Nancy Lazaryan

12:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chuck,

Nancy is a landlord and the other lady in early video is one too.

It shows that the city is target
landlord.

well, chuck maybe you need to talk
to dave about this matter.

The house were rental at one time.
That why they target by the great
city of St.Paul. So, no one will buy them or fix them up.

chuck ask dave how many units are emepty with public housing angency?

bye, bye, money

Leslie K. Lucht

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr Lucht neither one of them say that on the tape and Nancy has never said that here.

There is no reason for the council to assume that.

and again it is... JMONTOMEPOF

Just My Opinion Not Those Of My Employers Past Present Or Future

I don't speak for Dave or anyone else that I once worked for.

Chuck Repke

9:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chuck

they states at council meeting in Aug 01,2007. You need check your facts first. And make sure
states a true fact. I check things out three or four times before I states anything.

You say you don't talk to dave.

I bet that you do on a weekly basic.

Have stat looking for a new Job Yet?

The new city council will cut off
funding to nonprofits for a while.

They have alot of bills coming up.
did you see that all the cdcs are under one group now. Out of mpls.

I know some landlord looking for someone to work on their houses.

Do you put in touch with them.

Oh I forgot they left town. For
greener aress.

Leslie K. Lucht

4:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't say I never talk to Dave. I said I don't speak for Dave. I like Dave, I support Dave, but I don't ask Dave what to think or write. I have been active and involved in this town for thirty years, my opinions are my own.

Mr Lucht as I have mentioned before, go to the candidates web pages that are running against the incumbants. Most of them think the council is to easy on bad landlords. In Ward 2 Hosko says that Thune is way to easy on them and that he would increase the size of DSI.

You can't vote for Dahn... So, good luck to you if the current office holders leave.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

10:42 AM  
Blogger Sharon Anderson said...

PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE, Nancy Lazaryan'Video should have had city attorney Gerald Hendrickson, who makes over one hundred thous yearly on also,Todays utube the budget hearing, no city attorney? not even a quarom(sp) to vote: City Attorney Budget approx 17.xx Million, John Choi testimony stated: "Stenhauser (sp) lawsuit, needs more money,which council Pres. Kathy Lantry your aware of" depositions,discovery etc. Choi "23 criminal attorneys, wilfully failed to mention the other 20+ Civil Attorneys, Beneavau a Lawyer, " why do we have outside bonsel counsel"?
Risk Managment Ron Quillfoile, answered to Debbie Montgomery, that the outside counsel is not listed separately for workers comp.
See the entire Video forensic evidence the City is Broke,
Guilty of Criminal Usury, Right on to Vigelante Video's, PS http://sharon4council.blogspot.com cannot find where Hosko stated" increase DSI",
PSS SharonScarrellaAnderson owner of 1058 Summit Ave in Fee Simple Absolute moving on to http://sharon4staterep64a.blogspot.com the old Entenza Seat WHO?
Entenza "taken" down by Blogger Mike

12:21 PM  

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