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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Jurist_Paper Chase_us-house-rejects-financial-rescue-bill.php

JURIST - Paper Chase: US House rejects financial rescue bill with judicial review provision
Joe Shaulis at 2:20 PM ET

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[JURIST] The US House of Representatives on Monday rejected a financial rescue bill [PDF text; summary] that would have allowed courts to review purchases of troubled assets made by the US Treasury Department [official website]. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, defeated by a vote of 228-205, would have permitted courts to set aside Treasury actions that were "arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, or not in accordance with law." The bill further shielded the Treasury secretary from injunctive relief except for constitutional violations and provided that any requests for restraining orders or injunctions be considered on an expedited basis. CNN has more.

Last week, Senate Democrats
questioned the legality [JURIST report] of the Bush administration's proposed version of the legislation, which would have precluded judicial oversight of the asset purchases. Led by US Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-CT), chairman of the Senate Banking Committee [official websites], the Democrats put forth their own proposal that included the judicial review language. Some observers had expressed concern that the Bush proposal would represent an unconstitutional delegation of the spending powers granted to Congress by Article I of the US Constitution [text].

Sunday, September 28, 2008

City St.Paul_National Tragedy_Forgivable Loans

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From: Sharon4Anderson
To:,,,, Bill4Dahn,
Sent: 7/26/2007 11:31:02 A.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Forgivable Loan Request
Kelly et al
The request is hereby made electronically
partially taped by Cable 18.
Where on the citys web site do I find the Budget
xxx stated 68% forgiveable loans ,amount in
actual dollars is requested.
Further to spell out initaled Nedu,LLC
Good morning,

I received your voice messages yesterday, and would be happy to assist
with your request. Please submit your request in writing and we will
make every effort to get you the information.

Mail or drop off your request at:

Thank you,

Kelly Bauer
City of St. Paul
Planning & Economic Development
25 W 4th Street, Suite 1300
St. Paul, MN 55102

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Monday, September 15, 2008

Bank of America_Merrill Lynch & Co $50 Billion

Wall Street sees collapse of stalwarts Lehman, Lynch

Lehman Brothers world headquarters is shown Monday, Sept. 15, 2008 in New York. Lehman Brothers, burdened by $60 billion in soured real-estate holdings, filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in U.S. Bankruptcy ...

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Judge it!
and we're not in a recession??????????
1 min ago
You tell me this has been going on via UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS, which Sharon still must lobby to repeal EX

This opinion will be unpublished and
may not be cited except as provided by AFTER 10 YRS SUE SHARON VS. Stealing our Propertys by Unpublished Opinions

Minn. Stat.§ 480A.08, subd. 3 (1996).

Relators Bank of America and Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), respectively the mortgagee of a St. Paul apartment building and the mortgage guarantor, appeal a St. Paul City Council resolution ordering them to repair or demolish the building within five days. Respondent City of St. Paul contends that the building is a public nuisance that must be abated immediately.


Bank of America, FSB, et al.,


City of St. Paul,


Filed February 17, 1998

Davies, Judge

Monday, August 4, 2008

Sunday, July 20, 2008

St.Paul/Power shutoffs_S&C Rick Cardenas,Nancy Lazaryan

St. Paul / Power shutoffs increase fourfold

Electricity rules can cause headaches for homeowners

The number of homes in St. Paul without power for a month has nearly quadrupled this year over last year at this time.

The situation is likely more fallout from the housing crisis and crummy economy, combined with a "normal" winter that racked up higher heating bills than those of recent years, utility and city officials say.

Because state law prohibits heat and power shutoffs until April 15, spring and summer always bring a wave of shutoffs. But this year is worse, according to figures supplied by Xcel Energy and St. Paul.

As of the first day of July, 397 homes had been cut off by Xcel for more than 30 days, compared with 105 last July 1.

Marion Pearson's house was one of the 397. And as she discovered, losing power in St. Paul can lead to a host of other headaches.

Like condemnation.

Pearson's husband of many years had moved out of their home at 1147 W. Central Ave., she said at a recent City Council meeting, where she testified in hopes of not getting kicked out by the city. Even though Pearson is listed as the sole owner of the house, her husband had always paid the Xcel bill, and it was in his name only.

She's an older woman, she told council members, and she hadn't thought about the power bill in years. When the electricity was shut off, it took her awhile to figure out the problem. Too long, it appears.

The city condemned her house and ordered her to vacate. After Pearson explained to council members what had happened and that she was

the process of working out a payment plan with the utility, she asked one question: "Will I be able to stay in my house?"

You can't live without electricity in St. Paul. It's illegal. Along with other essential "facilities" — fresh water and a few sinks, a toilet and sewage service, and a modern heat source — every residential dwelling in St. Paul must have electricity.

"This is not rural Minnesota where you can have a corncob stove in the back yard," Council President Kathy Lantry said in an interview. "People today want electricity, and they'll find a way to get it. It's our job to make sure it's safe."

If someone wants to live "off the grid," he can, as long as an inspector signs off on the set-up. But that's hardly the norm.

Extension cords strung between houses, poison-emitting gas stoves used to heat entire homes and other makeshift solutions are all-too-common sights for city inspectors when they discover someone has been living without utility service. Such fixes are dangerous, not only to the occupants but also their neighbors, city officials say.

Few other municipalities have enforcement as strict as St. Paul, and it's unclear how the economy is affecting utility customers elsewhere. Despite St. Paul's quadrupling shutoff rate, disconnections are actually down about 2.7 percent statewide, according to Xcel's figures. Utility officials suspect numerous shutoffs have been avoided so far by an influx of government funds, including the federal Low-Income Heating Assistance Program and the economic-stimulus tax-rebate checks.

Unlike other municipalities in Xcel's service, St. Paul receives weekly reports from the utility on homes where power has been shut off and not restored for 30 days. The city immediately sends out an inspector. If the home is occupied, the inspector condemns the place and tells the occupants to move out.

"It's sad," said Bob Kessler, who heads the city's Department of Safety and Inspections, whose inspectors inform people they can no longer live in their homes. "We try to find them a charity to help pay the bills or maybe a place to stay, but in this economy, there are some people who just can't pay."

If the inspector finds the home empty, he or she recommends it for the vacant-housing list.

Bonnie Mae Gear's place was empty. The vacancy notice was the first Gear knew there was a problem with the house she owns at 1301 E. Minnehaha Ave. She lives in Vadnais Heights and had rented the home to a woman for seven years.

The tenant moved out without telling Gear. But she did tell Xcel to kill the power.

Xcel generally doesn't track down the owner of a home before disconnecting electricity. Patrick Boland, manager of credit policy and compliance, said sorting through ownership papers can be complicated, especially in today's environment, where overseas financial institutions often have an interest.

"Generally, the resider is responsible for paying," Boland said.

So Gear was never told, until the city tracked her down to tell her the house was scheduled to be placed on the city's official vacancy list.

Being on the vacant-housing list in St. Paul kicks in a host of fees and building-code rules that would otherwise not be a problem for older homes built under different building codes. Among other small problems with Gear's house, inspectors said the porch needed railings and the door needed a new screen. Meanwhile, the place couldn't be rented, they said.

Gear pleaded her case before the City Council, showing photos of the clean interior, including new windows and carpeting and a refinished bathroom with a new toilet.

"Why did this have to happen?" she said.

In the end, technically, the system worked for both Gear and Pearson after they made the trip to City Hall and testified. Council members voted to give Pearson more time to work out a payment plan with Xcel, and Gear was afforded a chance for an immediate inspection to avoid being placed on the vacant-housing list.

Lantry, who presides over such council proceedings, said later it may have seemed obvious that Gear's home should not have been caught up in a bureaucratic machine designed to avoid unsafe or unsanitary housing, but the city must enforce its rules.

"We don't have the luxury of saying, 'This person's a reasonable person,' " Lantry said. "We can't show favoritism and subjectivity. This system is the only way the city can protect its residents and its property

St. Paul / Power shutoffs increase fourfold - TopixPlease start investigating city council meetings, Thank You to Reporter Dave Orrick for Parts of the Story

Agenda Wed.23July08
Well known activist Rick Cardenas
Item (2) must for public polcy have S&C in pdf format
2. Summons and Complaint in the matter of Rick Cardenas vs. the City of Saint Paul, et al.

The Citys Bizzare "MEMORIALIZING" likened to Torrens Titles to Realestate, without Quiet Title actions, Resolutions based on Fraud, Theft, Trespass, Treason "takings" without serving "public use" or Just Compensation Kelo
GREAT EX: found at and google search engines re: Nancy Lazaryan Exposing City St. Paul heinous violations
of Open Meeting Laws
26. Resolution - 08-796 - Memorializing City Council action taken July 2, 2008 denying the appeal and enforcement of first floor boarding stayed pending district Court direction on matter for property at 1033 Colne Street, per the recommendation of the Legislative Hearing Officer.(GS 3056475)

Nancy Lazaryan Save Our Homes, Advocates for All Vacant/Condemned/Demo

Affiant also has been victimized by the City and Lantry

The Public must be aware of the violations of the Open Meeting Laws, by Consent Agenda's of the City Council

Approx twice monthly the Assessment average $130 Thous for allegedy "Public Improvement"

To the Council of the City of St. Paul
The Valuation and Assessment Engineer hereby report s to the Council the
following as a statement of the expenditures necess arily incurred for and in
connection with the making of the above improvement , viz:
Total costs $138,255.38
Park Service Fee $
Code – Enforcement Service Fee $ 33,300.00
Real Estate Service Fee $ 14,045.00
Charge To
Net Assessment $185,600.38
Said Valuation and Assessment Engineer further reports that he has assessed and
levied the total amount as above ascertained, to-wi t: the sum of $185,600.38 upon
each and every lot, part or parcel of land deemed benefitted by the said improvement,
and in the case of each lot, part or parcel of land in accordance with the benefits
conferred thereon; that the said assessment has bee n completed, and that hereto
attached, identified by the signature of the said Valuation and Assessment Engineer,
and made a part hereof, is the said assessment as c ompleted by him, and which is£ŽÇ£Rü˲)

34. Resolution Approving Assessment - 08-804 - In the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for summary abatement (graffiti removal) on private properties from May 27 to June 17, 2008 [J0808P]; emergency boarding and securing, and boarding of vacant buildings during May 2008 [J0804B]; summary abatement (property cleanup) on private property from June 5 to June 27, 2008 [J0821A]; providing weekly garbage hauling services from June 18 to June 25, 2008 [J0821G], and setting date of public hearing for September 10, 2008.(GS 3056494)
Affiant in Good Faith based on published web site brings to the public as WHISTLEBLOWER

Monday, July 14, 2008

Sharons FOIA v. City St.Paul,Mark Briol Law v.Merril Lynch

Kathy Lantry
City Council, Ward 7

Ellen Biales
Legislative Aide

Jean Birkholz
Executive Assistant

320-C City Hall
15 Kellogg Blvd., West
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Ph: (651) 266-8670
Fx: (651) 266-8574
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Subj:Sharon4Council FOIA Demand Briol Law Firm v.Merril Lynch
Date:7/14/2008 11:42:41 A.M. Central Daylight Time
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Click here: Sharon4Council To US Justice Dept, Minneapolis FBI, et al
St. Paul Council President Kathy Lantry et al
wilful, deceitful, neglience to push thro costly
contracts, on the Consent Agenda, to deny the records
to the public...........
Your Blatant apparent approval of the Briol Law Firm to sue
Merrill Lynch is Bizzare, without Public Scrunity, constituing Fidicuary
Breech, Anti-Trust Violations by the City et al, signers of any all resolutions
to create Heinous Stock Buyouts based on Subpime Mortgages
City of St. Paul's loss 1.5 million now plus attorney fees, of private law firm of Briol and Associates, with Scott Benson a Mpls ity Council member is without accountability
mandating State Federal Audits of St. Paul's Books and Bookkeeping methods.,
City Council MeetingJuly 16, 2008 - 03:30 PM Agenda

Sharons FOIA v. Mark Briol Law Firm ie: Merril Lynch


Legal Notice to City of St. Paul, Mayor,Council, City Attorney John Choi Candidate Sharon Scarrella Anderson aka Peterson demands FOIA public copys of any all contract's to retain the Briol Law Firm against Merrill Lynch, cost, to implemente outsidecounsel



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