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Friday, May 02, 2008

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Blogger Bob said...

8. Letters from the Department of Safety and Inspections declaring 193 Front Avenue
and 964 Woodbridge Street, 992 Front Avenue, 1036 Marshall Avenue East, and
623 Oakdale Avenue as nuisance properties. (For notification purposes only;
public hearings will be scheduled at a later date if necessary.

*Feel free to dig up the stories on these properties.

57. Resolution – 08-412 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
951-953 Desoto Street within ninety (90) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3049917) (Public hearing continued from April 16) (Legislative Hearing Officer
recommends approval)
58. Resolution – 08-414 – Ordering the owner to remove the building(s) at 22 Douglas
Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (Public hearing
continued from April 16) (GS 3049924) (Legislative Hearing Officer
recommends approval)
59. Resolution – 08-299 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
242 Morton Street East within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution.
(Public hearing continued from March 19) (GS 3048858) (Legislative Hearing
Officer recommends continuing the Public Hearing to May 21)
60. Resolution – 08-419 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
667 Sims Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3049911) (Public hearing continued from April 16) (Legislative Hearing
Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)
61. Resolution – 08-478 – Ordering the owner to remove the building(s) at 769 Burr
Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3050552)
(Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
62. Resolution – 08-479 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
1369 Case Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3050559) (Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)
63. Resolution – 08-480 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
May 7, 2008 City Council Agenda Page 10
970 Edgerton Street within ninety (90) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3050561) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
64. Resolution – 08-481 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
973 Marion Street within ninety (90) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3050555) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
65. Resolution – 08-482 – Ordering the owner to remove the building(s) at 979 Marion
Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3050554)
(Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
66. Resolution – 08-483 – Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
683-685 North Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3050558) (Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation is forthcoming)
67. Resolution – 08-484 – Ordering the owner to remove the building(s) at 690 Sims
Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3050556)
(Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
68. Resolution – 08-485 – Ordering the owner to remove the building(s) at 376 Sturgis
Street within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS 3050560)
(Legislative Hearing Officer recommends approval)
69. Resolution – 08-486 –Ordering the owner to remove or repair the building(s) at
1583 York Avenue within fifteen (15) days from adoption of resolution. (GS
3050553) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends referring this matter
back to the June 10 Legislative Hearing and continuing the Council Public
Hearing to June 18)
70. Resolution Ratifying Assessment – 08-487 – In the matter of the assessment of
benefits, cost, and expenses for summary abatement (property cleanup) on private
property at 1111 Fourth Street East on November 20, 2007. [J0719A1] (Laid over
from March 5) (GS 3051470) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends
approval of the assessment)
May 7, 2008 City Council Agenda Page 11
71. Resolution Ratifying Assessment – 08-488 – In the matter of the assessment of
benefits, cost, and expenses for weekly garbage hauling services at 445 Arlington
Avenue East on January 23 and 30, 2008 [J0802G1]. (GS 3052130) (Legislative
Hearing Officer recommends deleting the assessment)
72. Resolution Ratifying Assessment – 08-489 – In the matter of the assessment of
benefits, cost and expenses for summary abatements (property clean-up) on private
properties from January 31 to February 15, 2008 [J0803A]; weekly garbage
hauling services from February 4 to February 15, 2008 [J0803G]; summary
abatements (graffiti removal) on private properties from January 31 to February 7,
2008 [J0802P]; and removing diseased elm trees from private property during
January and February 2008 [0802T]. (GS 3050331) (Legislative Hearing Officer
recommends the following:
445 Arlington Avenue East (J0803G) - delete the assessment;
934 Central Avenue West (J0802T) - approve the assessment and spread the
payments over ten (10) years;
585 Cleveland Avenue South (J0803A) - delete the assessment;
378 Geranium Avenue East (J0803A) - recommendation is forthcoming;
589 Gotzian Street (J0803A) - approve the assessment;
2030 Iglehart Avenue (J0802T) - reduce the assessment from a total of $1,386.90
to total of $693.45;
2178 Ivy Avenue East (J0803A) - approve the assessment;
103 Lawson Avenue West (J0803A) - approve the assessment;
1243 Margaret Street (J0803A) -recommendation is forthcoming;
1243 Margaret Street (J0803G) - recommendation is forthcoming;
1016 McLean Avenue (J0802T) - approve the assessment; and
1043 Seminary Avenue (J0803A) - reduce the assessment from a total of $278 to a
total of $200 and spread the payments over two (2) years.)
73. Resolution Ratifying Assessment – 08-490 – In the matter of the assessment of
benefits, cost, and expenses for summary abatements (graffiti removal) on private
properties from February 16 to February 27, 2008 [J0803P]; summary abatement
(property clean-up) on private properties from February 12 to February 27, 2008
[J0804A]; weekly garbage hauling services from February 15 to 27, 2008
[J0804G]; and boarding up vacant buildings during February 2008 [J0801B].
(GS 3050841) (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends the following:
378 Geranium Avenue East (J0804G) - delete the assessment;
May 7, 2008 City Council Agenda Page 12
1383 Hamline Avenue North (J0804A) - recommendation is forthcoming;
358 Maria Avenue (J0804G) - approve the assessment;
515 Ohio Street (J0803P) - delete the assessment;
519 Payne Avenue (J0803P) - delete the assessment;
1083 Rose Avenue East (J0803P) - delete the assessment;
1858 Selby Avenue (J0804A) - approve the assessment; and
617 Snelling Avenue South (J0803P) - delete the assessment.
74. Appeal of Robert Spoerner to a Summary Abatement Order for property at 635
Sherburne Avenue. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the
appeal and granting an extension to May 9 to complete the work)
75. Appeal of Cassandra Netzke, SMRLS, on behalf of Eric Wright and Renee Linn,
to a Notice of Certificate of Occupancy Revocation for property at 607 Hyacinth
Avenue East. (Withdrawn)
76. Appeal of Colleen Walbran, SMRLS, on behalf of Nancy Gonsor, to a Notice of
Certificate of Occupancy Revocation for property at 783 Sixth Street East.
(Withdrawn)
77. Appeal of Pamela Wallace to a Certificate of Occupancy Deficiency List, which
includes Condemnation, for property at 1143 Central Avenue West. (Withdrawn)
78. Appeal of Floyd Unruh to a Notice of Certificate of Occupancy Revocation, which
includes Condemnation, and Summary Abatement Order for property at 495
Stryker Avenue. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the
appeal)

16. Resolution – 08-445 – Memorializing City Council Action taken April 16, 2008
denying the appeal on the Certificate of Occupancy Revocation, which includes
Condemnation and Order to Vacate, for property at 653 Burr Street, per the
recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer. (GS 3052610)
17. Resolution – 08-446 – Memorializing City Council Action taken April 16, 2008
denying the appeal on the Summary Abatement Order to board the building at 895
Wakefield Avenue, per the recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer.
(GS 3052611

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hear that Nancy L was convicted today by a jurry of her peers for disorderly conduct for her assault on the DSL office.

Guess the jurry didn't buy her citizens arrest claim.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

8:42 PM  
Anonymous Jeff Matiatos said...

I am sure Nancy will post to explain what transpired.

I was at the trial for the entire time but I will reserve commenting
until Nancy posts.

She has good grounds to appeal and although she was found guilty, her sentence was .





Jeff Matiatos

9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

terday the city (Lisa Martin) actully surprized me as you know I never got answers to he questions that I asked so I assume that they would do something diry but this takes the cake.

The city of St. Paul instructed Xcel Energy to cut the Gas & Electricty off at the house now if you have never seem an abruse of power then now you have, but what entranced me more is that if you wanted to evict a tennant or put them out of your house it would be viewed illegal if you shut off their power to do so.

what do you think?
This was sent to me from Johnny Howard today.

It seem to me that that the city is on a mission. To cause more homeless people and lower the values of the homes in the city.

Hey, Dave T. and Chuck,

What are you going to do with no more taxeprayer in the and are of thses homeless people??

And low income taxeprayer in the frogtown area ?? Tear and destory
all homes in the great city of St.Paul. Kick out taxeprayer and destory their lives.

chuck you still did not tell me how much do you get from the great city of St.Paul???

Maybe I will sent a letter to city council and ask them.

I was told that the city of St.Paul lie their ass off in court.

In the Nancy case. More and More Lies, You burn in HELL.

Leslie K. Lucht

10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chuck,

you better plan looking for a new job soon.

I have been talking to to people and they are getting mad at the city council and the Mayor.

leslie K. lucht

10:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leslie, I don't work for the City. I think both here and on edemocracy people have looked at the tax records for the non-profit corps that I work for and discovered that very litle of my pay comes from government sources. I know that realy pisses people of, but its true. I hate to burst your bubble.

Chuck Repke

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well it's comforting to know that Nancy L will not be terrorizing the DSI office any longer. Maybe now the city can get back to tearing down the rest of these shanty town buildings you guys think are homes to poeple.

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watch your mouth 10:51. Nancy will have the National Guard arrest you.

11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She had better watch herself or this DSI whatever they are will declare her a "Local Urban Terrorist" and lock her up in some slum owned by one of you guys.

11:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Dawkins and NHPI was so great the years he was there why did they change the name and put the fire department in control of internal inspections?

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can someone tell what DSI stands for?

7:27 PM  

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