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Meeting Name: Legislative Hearings Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 5/9/2019 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 330 City Hall & Court House
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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RLH TA 19-322 11500 Bay StreetResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 500 BAY STREET. (File No. CG1901B1, Assessment No. 190052)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-372 12689 ConwayResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 689 CONWAY STREET. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-257 13957 CookResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 957 COOK AVENUE EAST. (File No. CG1901C3, Assessment No. 190062)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-264 14613 CromwellResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 613 CROMWELL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-350 151122 JacksonResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1122 JACKSON STREET. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-356 161078 ReaneyResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1078 REANEY AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C3, Assessment No. 190062)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-373 171519 WilsonResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1519 WILSON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-361 181935 Carroll AveResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1935 CARROLL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-263 29541 DaytonResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 541 DAYTON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901A1, Assessment No. 190051)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-258 1101773 MargaretResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1773 MARGARET STREET. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-255 111468 WheelerResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 468 WHEELER STREET NORTH. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Laid Over  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-57 112Q4 Delinquent Garbage October to December 2018Resolution LH Assessment RollRatifying the assessment for the City’s cost of providing Collection of Delinquent Garbage Bills for services during October to December 2018. (File No. CG1901C3, Assessment No. 190062)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-58 113Q4 Delinquent Garbage October to December 2018Resolution LH Assessment RollRatifying the assessment for the City’s cost of providing Collection of Delinquent Garbage Bills for services during October to December 2018. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-59 114Q4 Delinquent Garbage October to December 2018Resolution LH Assessment RollRatifying the assessment for the City’s cost of providing Collection of Delinquent Garbage Bills for services during October to December 2018. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Referred  Action details Not available
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RLH TA 19-264 6/12/2019 10:09 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) should have been “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922 on November 14, 2018, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient….” No trash bills are owed at this time in light of the properly-submitted and legally sufficient Petition. The city must legislate in good faith and carry out its obligations under the Charter. Petitioners filed a lawsuit in district court on February 7, 2019. On May 30, 2019, Judge Castro ruled that, “THE CITY COUNCIL DID NOT PROPERLY EXERCISE ITS AUTHORITY IN REFUSING TO HAVE ORDINANCE 18-39 PLACED ON THE BALLOT.” All collection activities and pending aszessments must be put on hold and/or laid over until: (1) The lawsuit, Clark vs. City of St. Paul, is decided pursuant to any and all appeals; and (2) Ord 18-39 is approved by voters in a referendum.
RLH TA 19-255 6/12/2019 9:56 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) should have been “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922 on November 14, 2018, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient….” No trash bills are owed at this time in light of the properly-submitted and legally sufficient Petition. The city must legislate in good faith and carry out its obligations under the Charter. Petitioners filed a lawsuit in district court on February 7, 2019. On May 30, 2019, Judge Castro ruled that, “THE CITY COUNCIL DID NOT PROPERLY EXERCISE ITS AUTHORITY IN REFUSING TO HAVE ORDINANCE 18-39 PLACED ON THE BALLOT.” All collection activities and pending aszessments must be put on hold and/or laid over until: (1) The lawsuit, Clark vs. City of St. Paul, is decided pursuant to any and all appeals; and (2) Ord 18-39 is approved by voters in a referendum.
RLH AR 19-59 6/12/2019 9:29 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) should have been “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922 on November 14, 2018, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient….” No trash bills are owed at this time in light of the properly-submitted and legally sufficient Petition. The city must legislate in good faith and carry out its obligations under the Charter. Petitioners filed a lawsuit in district court on February 7, 2019. On May 30, 2019, Judge Castro ruled that, “THE CITY COUNCIL DID NOT PROPERLY EXERCISE ITS AUTHORITY IN REFUSING TO HAVE ORDINANCE 18-39 PLACED ON THE BALLOT.” All collection activities and pending aszessments must be put on hold and/or laid over until: (1) The lawsuit, Clark vs. City of St. Paul, is decided pursuant to any and all appeals; and (2) Ord 18-39 is approved by voters in a referendum.
RLH AR 19-58 6/12/2019 9:28 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) should have been “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922 on November 14, 2018, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient….” No trash bills are owed at this time in light of the properly-submitted and legally sufficient Petition. The city must legislate in good faith and carry out its obligations under the Charter. Petitioners filed a lawsuit in district court on February 7, 2019. On May 30, 2019, Judge Castro ruled that, “THE CITY COUNCIL DID NOT PROPERLY EXERCISE ITS AUTHORITY IN REFUSING TO HAVE ORDINANCE 18-39 PLACED ON THE BALLOT.” All collection activities and pending aszessments must be put on hold and/or laid over until: (1) The lawsuit, Clark vs. City of St. Paul, is decided pursuant to any and all appeals; and (2) Ord 18-39 is approved by voters in a referendum.
RLH AR 19-57 6/12/2019 9:27 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) should have been “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922 on November 14, 2018, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient….” No trash bills are owed at this time in light of the properly-submitted and legally sufficient Petition. The city must legislate in good faith and carry out its obligations under the Charter. Petitioners filed a lawsuit in district court on February 7, 2019. On May 30, 2019, Judge Castro ruled that, “THE CITY COUNCIL DID NOT PROPERLY EXERCISE ITS AUTHORITY IN REFUSING TO HAVE ORDINANCE 18-39 PLACED ON THE BALLOT.” All collection activities and pending aszessments must be put on hold and/or laid over until: (1) The lawsuit, Clark vs. City of St. Paul, is decided pursuant to any and all appeals; and (2) Ord 18-39 is approved by voters in a referendum.
RLH TA 19-263 5/22/2019 7:10 PMEric Lein Against ••ORD 18-39 was not effective until October 10, 2018. ••ORD 18-39 was “suspended in its operation” (per City Charter Sec. 8.05) when the City Council adopted Resolution 18-1922, “Finding the Petition for a referendum of ORD 18-39 is legally sufficient…” ••ORD 18-40 has been suspended since October 2018. Language in force says: “…This section shall not preclude a****ing property owners from cooperating for arranging for collection services from a licensed hauler, nor other arrangements for reasonable interruption of service.” ••The City and haulers have not complied with MN Stat. Chapter 443. Rates fail to take into account the character, kind & quality of service, of rubbish & method of disposition. Rates fail to take into account the number of people served. ••Charges and ***essments for 1, 2, 3 or 4 unnecessary empty trash carts exceed the benefits to the property and violate MN Stat. Chapter 429 and City Charter Chapter 14. ••Invalid Garbage Contract signed after deadline.