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Meeting Name: Legislative Hearings Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 5/23/2019 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 19-362 11885 Carroll AveResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 885 CARROLL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-254 121025 ChurchillResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1025 CHURCHILL STREET. (File No. CG1901E3, Assessment No. 190069)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-409 13615 MARSHALL AVENUEResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 615 MARSHALL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-354 14971 BeechResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 971 BEECH STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-371 151160 SherburneResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1160 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-370 161182 SherburneResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1182 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-262 171362 SherburneResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1362 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-353 18699 SurreyResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 699 SURREY AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-421 19649 SIMON AVEResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 649 SIMON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E3, Assessment No. 190069)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-419 110559 AsburyResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 559 ASBURY STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-418 1111925 MargaretResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1925 MARGARET STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-260 1121981 ThirdResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1981 THIRD STREET EAST. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064; amend to File No. CG1901D2-1, Assessment No. 190083) (To be referred to Legislative Hearing on October 3; Council public hearing to be continued to October 16)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-256 1131178 ThomasResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1178 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-410 1141485 VAN BUREN AVENUEResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1485 VAN BUREN AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-420 1151938 MinnehahaResolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1938 MINNEHAHA AVENUE EAST. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-64 116Q4 Delinquent GarbageOctober 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. CG1901E3, Assessment No. 190069)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-65 117Q4 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. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-66 118Q4 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. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)Referred  Action details Not available
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RLH TA 19-410 6/12/2019 9:58 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 19-66 6/12/2019 9:32 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 19-65 6/12/2019 9:31 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 19-64 6/12/2019 9:31 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.