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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Pioneer Press/ St. Paul loses lawsuit to developer; Meridian project to move forward

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alot of the way St.Paul does buisness and deals with it's citizens is absurd !

11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This was an interesting one and I don't know if the City will appeal or not.

Over the last several years the City has lost cases when it has varried from the comprehensive plan on denials... so, on this one they require the business to comply with the comp plan and they lose in court again....

It appears that more and more courts are leaning towards just opposing the ability of cities to use the powers that the state gives them... which is to regulate land uses...

Varry from the comp plan the city loses.... enforce the comp plan, the city loses.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

11:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chuck, maybe the city officials are producing bad policy. Maybe there is a need for new blood in the mayor and city council chairs.

New ideas are badly needed down at city hall. There should be term limits so the likes of Lantry and the rest can't serve 20+ years in one job, but the DFL and unions will not allow this.

2:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's failed leadership in the city. They bought into some of the more extreme fantasies of inspectors, and stopped thinking for themselves. It's time for new leadership in the city. The mayor and city council are running it into the ground.

Bob G.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



BROKEN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
In many schools around the twin cities area, there are two paraprofessionals whose role is to be the student’s Moms or Dads for each class of six students in the special education, kindergarten and other classrooms. The schools are spending too much money to keep three staff members in a classroom of five or six students at the expense of the tax payers.

9:56 AM  

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