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Sunday, October 21, 2012

1501 York_Richard Ostaba87yrs"Order to Vacate"_Bostrom_Senility

HUMBLE PLEA TO ALL SENIORS:  SHARON4SENIORS www.sharonsenate64.blogspot.com
LEGAL NOTICE TO DFL GOVERNOR MARK DAYTON AND RAMSEY CO. SHERIFF SON OF BOSSTWEEDBOSTROM IE MATT:
                      We must make City St.Paul Accountable for the Heinous,Harm,Injury to our Senior's

Questions has your Dad aka Boss Tweed Bostrom become Senile or Dementa has set in,  Affiant has been thro similar situation.   www.sharon4anderson.org  Compassion for his small watch dog.  MUST ESTOPP: Satanic City St.Paul "kicking out 87 yr old man" is Bizzare.
In this writers opinion apparantly Dan Bostrom is Senile, wilful failure to read the record, creating such Hardship for this 87 year old Man, Cancer Survivor.

City Council on 2012-10-17 3:30 ...

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RLH VO 12-95 Version:Name:1501 York Avenue
Type:Resolution LH Vacate OrderStatus:Agenda Ready
In control:City Council
Final action:
Title:Appeal of Richard Ostaba to a Revocation of Fire Certificate of Occupancy and Order to Vacate at 1501 YORK AVENUE.
Sponsors:Dan Bostrom
Ward:Vacate Order, Ward - 6
Attachments:1501 York Ave.appeal.9-18-12.pdf, 1501 York Ave.Photos.7-18-12.pdf, 1501 York Ave.Ostaba Ltr 9-26-12.pdf, 1501 York Ave.Staff Email and Photos.10-2-12.pdf
Related files:RLH FCO 12-37, RLH FCO 12-175
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        Title
        Appeal of Richard Ostaba to a Revocation of Fire Certificate of Occupancy and Order to Vacate at 1501 YORK AVENUE.
        Purpose of Appeal
        All repairs were done. Roof was fixed on Sept. 8th. Does not leak, is not defective.
        Date of Order(s)
        September 10, 2012
        Inspector/Key Staff
        James Thomas
        Body
        AMENDED 10/17/12
        WHEREAS, in the matter of the Appeal of Revocation of Fire Certificate of Occupancy and Order to Vacate at 1501 YORK AVENUE, the Legislative Hearing Officer has reviewed the appeal and considered the testimony of City staff and the appellant; and
        WHEREAS, the Legislative Hearing Officer recommends that the City Council deny the appeal on the roof and grant an extension to November 15, 2012 for compliance, and if there is no compliance, the effective date for the vacation of the premise shall be January 1, 2013; Now, Therefore, Be It
        RESOLVED, that the Saint Paul City Council hereby accepts and adopts the Legislative Hearing Officer's recommendation in this matter.

        Saturday, October 20, 2012

        Mike Scluman_Tradition_ROW AssesSt.PaulAG_Oct10,12 Illegal TraditionalFurniture

        City Council on 2012-10-03 3:30 PM

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        File #: RES PH 12-257    Version: 1 Name: Ratifying Assessment-2012 Right-of-Way and 2012 Above-Standard Lighting O&M
        Type:

        City Council on 2012-10-03 3:30 ...

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        Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
        In control: City Council
        Final action: 10/3/2012
        Title: Ratifying the assessment costs for the 2012 Right-of-Way Maintenance Program and 2012 Above-Standard Lighting Operation and Maintenance Program. (File No. 12ROW FINAL, Asmt No. 120032)
        Sponsors: Kathy Lantry
        Attachments: Assmt Roll 01-28-23-11-0001 to 09-28-23-13-0092, Assmt Roll 09-28-23-13-0093 to 22-29-23-23-0020, Assmt Roll 22-29-23-23-0021 to 29-29-23-13-0031, Assmt Roll 29-29-23-13-0032 to 36-29-23-44-0004, Description of Services and Assessment Rates, S Jacobs Letter, N Vang Letter, K Deming Letter, A Anderson Letter, J Mogen Letter (RC), Schumann letter.pdf, Skally email re ROW.pdf, Peters letter.pdf, Hoeschler letter.pdf, Canadian Pacific Protest (large file - 90 pages).pdf

        Friday, September 7, 2012

        JURIST - Paper Chase: Ninth Circuit rules cities cannot destroy property of homeless

        JURIST - Paper Chase: Ninth Circuit rules cities cannot destroy property of homelessThursday, September 06, 2012
        Ninth Circuit rules cities cannot destroy property of homeless

        Max Slater at 10:54 AM ET


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        [JURIST] The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit [official website] ruled [opinion, PDF] Wednesday that the city of Los Angeles violated the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments [Cornell LII backgrounders] to the US constitution when it seized and destroyed the abandoned property of homeless people. The plaintiffs were several homeless people whose possessions were seized by the city and destroyed. The Ninth Circuit ruled 2-1 that the city's random seizure of homeless people's property without notice and an opportunity to be heard violated the homeless' due process rights:
        Because homeless persons' unabandoned possessions are "property" within the meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment, the City must comport with the requirements of the Fourteenth Amendment's due process clause if it wishes to take and destroy them. ....We reject the City's suggestion that we create an exception to the requirements of due process for the belongings of homeless persons.
        One judge dissented, arguing that the Fourth Amendment's restrictions on governmental seizures do not protect unattended personal property in public spaces. The rights of homeless people [JURIST news archive] have been a contentious legal issue recently. In August JURIST guest columnist Sapphire Jule King asserted that states need to enact comprehensive legislation [JURIST comment] to protect the homeless from discrimination. In July JURIST guest columnist Linda Tashbook argued that Rhode Island's recently-passed Homeless Bill of Rights [text, PDF; JURIST report] provides an improved set of standards [JURIST op-ed] by which states should treat their homeless citizens. In April the US Department of Justice [official website] found that ordinances criminalizing homelessness may violate human rights [JURIST report] as well as the Fourth and Eighth Amendments. The Supreme Court of Georgia ruled in 2008 that current state laws regarding sex offenders are unconstitutional as applied to homeless people [JURIST report]. The state court determined that the law, which did not permit listing "homeless" as an acceptable address, "[did] not give homeless sexual offenders without a residence address fair notice of how they can comply with the statute's registration requirement." In 2008 New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that his administration had reached a settlement [press release; JURIST report] in a long-standing lawsuit over homeless families' right to use shelters throughout the city.

        Wednesday, August 15, 2012

        SharonsObjection_Budget_CitySt.Paul

        CC: shari.moore@ci.stpaul.mn.us, mayor@ci.stpaul.mn.us, kathy.lantry@ci.stpaul.mn.us, rca@co.ramsey.mn.us, russ.stark@ci.stpaul.mn.us, dave.thune@ci.stpaul.mn.us
        Sent: 8/15/2012 1:04:24 P.M. Central Daylight Time
        Subj: StPaulbudget:Coleman's fee hikesSharonSparkleSenate64LegalNOticeObjectionrTitle3
         
                                 ABOLISH DSI YES DISPARATE IMPACT  Afiant Sharon has no problem with the Episcopal Homes Bonding re MS462 "but for"  taking,condemning the average Homeowner's propertys based on alleged Code Violations is pervase/fatal
                                 HAS MAYOR COLEMAN ADJUSTED HIS BUDGET FOR THE
                                       PAYOUT OF USSC 10-1032 TITLED MAGNER VS. GALLAGHER?
         
                             Sharons Homestead at 1058 Summit Ave St.Paul,MN was Paid for Taxes were paid altho the Homestead and Disability Credits were "taken" by the Lesbian Judges Joanne Smith and Kathleen Gearin exploiting a Disabled Silver Star Marine Sharons 2nd Husband for their heinous Greed  www.facebook.com/sharon4anderson
         
                            TAXPAYERS IN ST. PAUL REVOLT_ DSI MAGNER LIVES IN STILLWATER
        90% COPS LIVE OUTSIDE CITY, YET WE ARE REDUCED TO POVERTY. PAYING THEIR SALARYS AND PENSIONS.
        WITH HUMBLE THANKS AS AFFIANT SHARON ANDERSON IS NOW THE GOP NOMINEE TO ADVANCE TO THE NOV.6TH2012 BALLOT.
                               QUESTIONS: HAS THE CITY ST.PAUL,MN_COUNTY OF RAMSEY VIOLATING TITLE 3   http://stpaul.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx
         
        re: Housing,Health, via TAXACTION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION?  YES  www.taxthemax.blogspot.com
         
                        THEREFORE: AFFIANT SHARON ANDERSON ALSO VA WIDOW_VICTIM OF THE CITYS STEALING OUR CARS,TRAILERS,PERSONAL PROPERTY VIA BOGUS ILLEGAL ABATEMENTS.
                       CUT THE BUDGET OR LOSE FEDERAL FUNDING. ABOLISH DSI  www.crimes-against-humanity.blogspot.com 
         
         
        Wed 15Aug2012
         
        St. Paul Mayor Coleman's budget proposal is scheduled to be reviewed by the city council meeting as the budget committee at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15. The council will set the maximum tax levy in September, and the budget and levy will be finalized in December. (Pioneer Press file photo: Ben Garvin)
        http://youtu.be/c9e9bL_59yM
        Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman delivered his 2013 city budget proposal August 13 at the Saint Paul Farmers Market. For more information go to: stpaul.gov/budget. Watch the entire address here...
        At the urging of Council President Kathy Lantry and Council Member Amy Brendmoen, the mayor budgeted $200,000 to hire a consultant in 2013 and begin making changes to the city's Department of Safety and Inspections.http://www.stpaul.gov/index.aspx?nid=199
        On top of a 1.9 percent increase to the city's tax levy, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman's proposed 2013 budget includes a series of fee hikes. The city's right-of-way maintenance fees would increase by 2.7 percent, or $5.90, for a   http://www.stpaul.gov/index.aspx?NID=5031
                               To the Above Named  AFFIDAVIT OF SHARON ANDERSON
        Republican Nominee MN State Senate64  www.sharonsenate64.blogspot.com
         
         

        Chapter 35 - Programs for Older Americans - U.S. Code

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        SUBPART III - PROGRAMS FOR PREVENTION OF ELDER ABUSE, ... in keeping with the traditional American concept of the inherent dignity of the individual ... to appropriately sustain older people in their communities and in their homes, ...... regard to provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the ...

        Chapter 13 - National Housing - U.S. Code

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        1701q-3. Funds for housing for elderly and persons with disabilities ..... section 6103 of Title 26, Internal Revenue Code, and sections 503, 1437f, and 1437z ...... services, may make payments for transportation while away from their homes or ...
         
        File #: RES PH 12-247    Version: 1 Name: Episcopal Homes Bonds
        Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
        In control: City Council
        Final action:
        Title: Granting preliminary approval to a proposal for a Housing Finance Program for a combination multifamily rental housing and health care project, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 462C; authorizing the Housing and Redevelopment Authority to issue Housing and Health Care Revenue Bonds; and authorizing the preparation of necessary documents and materials in connection with said project and program. (Episcopal Homes Project)
                                             MEMORANDUMN
        Magner v. Gallagher
        Docket No.Op. BelowArgumentOpinionVoteAuthorTerm
        10-10328th Cir.Not Argued Feb 14, 2012 N/AN/AOT 2011
        Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C. serves as counsel to the respondents in this case.
        Issue: (1) Whether disparate impact claims are cognizable under the Fair Housing Act; and, if so (2) what test should be used to analyze them.
        Plain English Issue: (1) Whether a lawsuit can be brought for a violation of the Fair Housing Act based on a practice that is not discriminatory on its own, but has a discriminatory effect; and, if so, (2) how should courts determine whether a practice has a discriminatory effect and violates the Act?
        Judgment: Dismissed - Rule 14 on February 14, 2012.

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        File #: RES PH 12-247    Version: 1 Name: Episcopal Homes Bonds
        Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
        In control: City Council
        Final action:
        Title: Granting preliminary approval to a proposal for a Housing Finance Program for a combination multifamily rental housing and health care project, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 462C; authorizing the Housing and Redevelopment Authority to issue Housing and Health Care Revenue Bonds; and authorizing the preparation of necessary documents and materials in connection with said project and program. (Episcopal Homes Project)
        http://forums.e-democracy.org/groups/stpaul-issues/files/f/900-2007-02-27T034409Z/WritProA06-1150_30Jun06.pdfhttp://sharon4anderson.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/google-lawmen-cases-mn-62cv09-1163/


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