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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 6/12/2019 3:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - 3rd Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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AO 19-33 11Administrative OrderEstablishing three (3) new account codes for Year-Round STAR awards adopted via City Council Resolutions #RES 19-710, RES 19-740 and #RES 19-871 and one (1) Year-Round STAR award via Resolution RES 19-872 is being added to an established project account code.Received and Filed  Action details Not available
AO 19-34 12Administrative OrderAmending the 2019 spending budget for the Office of Financial Services.Received and Filed  Action details Not available
RES 19-943 13ResolutionApproving the use of grant funds through the Neighborhood STAR Year-Round Program for Rondo Community Land Trust and Yellowbird Coffee Bar, LLC.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-964 14ResolutionApproving the use of grant funds through the STAR Year-Round program for Wabasha Brewing Company.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-911 16ResolutionAuthorizing execution of a Parking Lot License Agreement between the City of Saint Paul, Catholic Charities, and Assumption Catholic Church for the construction, operation and maintenance of a parking lot within city right-of-way adjacent to Catholic Charities' Dorothy Day Opportunity Center.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-946 17ResolutionAccepting the gift of the cost of registration and food expenses from Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for Sarah Brown, Mary Guerra, Jill LaCasse, Dolly Lee, and Melissa Zellmer to attend the annual National GFOA conference to be held in Los Angeles, California May 19 - 22, 2019.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-935 18ResolutionEstablishing the rate of pay for the new classifications of Lead Lifeguard (Year Round) in Grade 055 of EG 02, AFSCME Technical, and Lead Lifeguard (Seasonal) in Grade 23H of EG 99, Special Employment.Laid Over  Action details Not available
RES 19-954 19ResolutionAccepting the gift of tuition, accommodation, meals and airfare from Harvard Kennedy School for Deputy Mayor Jaime Tincher and Human Resources Director Andrea Turner to attend separate Harvard Kennedy School sessions in June and July 2019, in Boston, MA.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-942 111ResolutionRescinding the policy for delaying residential street paving projects also referred to as the Opt Out Policy.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-898 112ResolutionAuthorizing the appropriate personnel to enter into a MnDOT agreement for the I-35E Harrison Avenue Noise-Wall Community Landscape Partnership Phase 3.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-968 15ResolutionRequesting that the Department of Safety and Inspections engage the community to examine the current community input process for Class N business license applicationsAdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 19-230 113ResolutionApproving the application with conditions, per the Deputy Legislative Hearing Officer, for Fitzgerald's LLC (License #20160003846), d/b/a Fitzgerald's to add a Liquor Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to the existing Liquor On Sale - 101-180 Seats and Liquor On Sale - Sunday licenses at 173 Western Avenue North. (Laid over from June 12)Laid OverPass Action details Video Video
RES 19-1014 1 ResolutionWelcoming the Honorable Sophia Abdi Noor.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
SR 19-35 114Staff ReportPort Authority UpdateReceived and Filed  Action details Video Video
RES PH 19-128 115Resolution-Public HearingAdopting Saint Paul for All: 2040 Comprehensive Plan. (Public hearing held May 15)Laid OverPass Action details Video Video
RES 19-1005 1 ResolutionAuthorizing the appointment of Briggs and Morgan, P.A. as outside counsel and authorizing the appropriate City officials to enter into an agreement.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 19-966 110ResolutionApproving the preliminary 2020 capital investment bonding priorities.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
Ord 19-31 116OrdinanceGranting the application of Paula Lilly to rezone property at 321 Irvine Avenue from R2 One-Family Residential to RT-1 Two-Family Residential, and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
Ord 19-33 117OrdinanceAmending Ordinance No. 16740 establishing the Muskego Church Heritage Preservation Site, approved on October 28, 1978 under Council File No. 271887, to set new legal boundaries based upon the recommendation by the Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Commission.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
Ord 19-10 218OrdinanceAmending Chapters 63, 65, and 66 of the Legislative Code pertaining to Solar and Wind Energy.Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Video Video
Ord 19-34 119OrdinanceRepealing Ordinance Ord 18-40 which amended Chapter 357 of the Legislative Code to Regulate Coordinated Collection.Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Video Video
Ord 19-35 120OrdinanceAmending Chapter 357 of the Legislative Code to reflect current City practices.Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Video Video
Ord 19-36 121OrdinanceAmending Chapter 15 of the Administrative Code to create a process to cancel City Council meetings.Laid Over to Second Reading  Action details Video Video
Ord 19-37 122OrdinanceAmending Chapter 76 of the Legislative Code pertaining to sewers and drains by adding new language authorizing the creation of special sanitary sewer availability districts and authorizing the imposition and collection of connection charges within such districts where facilities were constructed, enlarged or improved to manage increased sanitary sewer volume within the district. (Public hearing continued from June 26)Laid Over to Second Reading  Action details Video Video
RES PH 19-171 123Resolution-Public HearingApproving the application of Spare Key for a sound level variance to present outdoor music and announcements June 14, 15 and 16, 2019 during the Spare Key Gus Macker Saint Paul Tournament at 235 Marshall Ave.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 19-170 124Resolution-Public HearingApproving the application of Team Ortho Foundation for a sound level variance for the use of a sound system for the 2019 Tiki Run on Sunday, June 16, 2019 at Harriet Island.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES PH 19-173 125Resolution-Public HearingApproving the application of Minnesota United FC & Allianz Field for a sound level variance for an amplified musical performance on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 400 Snelling Avenue North for the MN United FC Gold Cup.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RLH TA 19-265 261Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2126 HIGHWOOD AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E2, Assessment No. 190068)AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RLH TA 19-365 271Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 93 MILTON STREET NORTH. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RLH TA 19-366 272Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 99 MILTON STREET NORTH UNIT 1. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RLH TA 19-364 290Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 423 WESTERN AVENUE NORTH. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-58 296Resolution 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)Adopted As AmendedPass Action details Video Video
RLH AR 19-62 2100Resolution 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. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-257 244Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 957 COOK AVENUE EAST. (File No. CG1901C3, Assessment No. 190062)AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
RLH SAO 19-34 226Resolution LH Summary Abatement OrderAppeal of Christopher Kelley to a Summary Abatement Order and Vehicle Abatement Order at 1400 BRADLEY STREET.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH VBR 19-33 427Resolution LH Vacant Building RegistrationAppeal of Safaa Hassan to a Vacant Building Registration Requirement and Vehicle Abatement Order at 2199 GLENRIDGE AVENUE.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH VO 19-19 228Resolution LH Vacate OrderAppeal of Judith Hoelzel to a Fire Certificate of Occupancy Revocation and Order to Vacate at 528-530 ORANGE AVENUE WEST.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-154 329Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 995 REANEY AVENUE. (File No. VB1907, Assessment No. 198806; amend to File No. VB1907A, Assessment No. 198818) (Public hearing continued from April 17)Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-419 230Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 559 ASBURY STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-355 231Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 950 ASHLAND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-363 232Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 142 BAKER STREET WEST. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-266 233Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1932 BAYARD AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-354 234Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 971 BEECH STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-385 235Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 511 BLAIR AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-362 236Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 885 CARROLL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-361 237Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1935 CARROLL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-250 238Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 466 CENTRAL AVENUE WEST. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-397 239Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1535 CHAMBER STREET. (File No. CG1901E2, Assessment No. 190068)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-394 240Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 325 CHARLES AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-254 241Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1025 CHURCHILL STREET. (File No. CG1901E3, Assessment No. 190069)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-368 242Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1370 CLEVELAND AVENUE SOUTH. (File No. CG1901E2, Assessment No. 190068)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-372 243Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 689 CONWAY STREET. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-264 245Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 613 CROMWELL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-395 246Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 450 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-396 247Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 463 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-367 248Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 464 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-386 249Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 547 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-392 250Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 583 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-387 251Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 610 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-382 352Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 881 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-358 253Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 945 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-379 354Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 983 EDMUND AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-344 255Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2188 FAIRMOUNT AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-251 256Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 2177 FAIRMOUNT AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-357 257Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 623 FULLER AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-360 258Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 646 FULLER AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-226 359Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 882 HAGUE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901A1, Assessment No. 190051; amend to File No. CG1901A1-1, Assessment No. 190071)Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-279 260Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1076 HAGUE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-261 262Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 973 IGLEHART AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-369 263Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1895 IVY AVENUE EAST. (File No. CG1901E2, Assessment No. 190068)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-350 264Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1122 JACKSON STREET. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-253 265Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1930 JEFFERSON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-380 266Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1619 JUNO AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-422 267Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 442 LIVINGSTON AVE. (File No. CG1901A1-1, Assessment No. 190073)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-258 268Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1773 MARGARET STREET. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-418 269Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1925 MARGARET STREET. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-409 270Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 615 MARSHALL AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-420 273Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1938 MINNEHAHA AVENUE EAST. (File No. CG1901E4, Assessment No. 190070)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-356 274Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1078 REANEY AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C3, Assessment No. 190062)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-371 275Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1160 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-370 276Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1182 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-262 277Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1362 SHERBURNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-421 278Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 649 SIMON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E3, Assessment No. 190069)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-268 279Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1980 STANFORD AVENUE. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-353 280Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 699 SURREY AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C4, Assessment No. 190063)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-260 281Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1981 THIRD STREET EAST. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064; amended to File No. CG1901D2-1, Assessment No. 190083, and to delete the assessment) (Public hearing continued from June 12)Referred  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-384 282Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 435 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-267 283Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 564 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-286 284Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 660 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-388 285Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealDeleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 744 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-351 286Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 814 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-426 287Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1138 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No.190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-256 288Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1178 THOMAS AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-410 289Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1485 VAN BUREN AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D2, Assessment No. 190064)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-255 291Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 468 WHEELER STREET NORTH. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)Continue Public Hearing  Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-373 292Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1519 WILSON AVENUE. (File No. CG1901D1, Assessment No. 190054)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-381 293Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 213 WINIFRED STREET EAST. (File No. CG1901E1, Assessment No. 190067)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH TA 19-425 294Resolution LH Tax Assessment AppealRatifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for property at 1483 WYNNE AVENUE. (File No. CG1901C2-2, Assessment No. 190076)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-57 295Resolution 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)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-59 297Resolution 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)Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-60 298Resolution 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. CG1901D3, Assessment No. 190065)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-61 299Resolution 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. CG1901D4, Assessment No. 190066)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-63 2101Resolution 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. CG1901E2, Assessment No. 190068)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-64 2102Resolution 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)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-65 2103Resolution 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)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
RLH AR 19-66 2104Resolution 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)Adopted As Amended  Action details Not available
File #Date NameDistrictOpinionCommentAction
Ord 19-34 6/18/2019 11:02 PMAlisa Lein For Please vote for the repeal of Ord 18-40 as the petition signatures were found sufficient by the Ramsey County Elections Manager on October 8, 2018. Thank you! +1
Ord 19-35 6/17/2019 6:30 AM  For ...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...
Ord 19-34 6/17/2019 6:23 AM  For ...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... +2
Ord 19-34 6/14/2019 12:29 PM  For I am really glad to see that you folks are finally taking care of this. The main reason that I signed the petition to hold a referendum on this trash plan ordinance (ord 18-40) was because it prevented neighbors from sharing trash services. There are several people on my block who use to share services and they would have been prevented from continuing that practice if not for this petition (and the other trash plan petition on ordinance-18-39). I was very happy last October when you decided to just repeal it and save us all the trouble and expense of a ballot vote. I still do not understand why you did not do the same for the petition on 18-39. But thanks for doing the right thing on this one. +3
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 10:22 AMEric Lein Against MAY 30, 2019 -- CLARK, ET AL vs CITY OF ST. PAUL; RAMSEY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT, JUDGE CASTRO'S RULING includes this: Petitioners brought this Petition in an effort to have this Court order that the Referendum be immediately placed on the municipal election ballot. This Court looks to § 8.05 which states that the ordinance which is subject of a referendum must be “suspended in its operation as soon as the petition is found sufficient.” The Charter specifically outlines the method by which a referendum must be brought. Here, there is no evidence in the record that the petition presented in October 2018 was deficient in anyway. Respondents concede that the petition was sufficient. Consequently, it was an improper exercise of power for the Council to refuse to place the Referendum on the November 2019 ballot.
RLH TA 19-394 6/12/2019 10:11 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 19-264 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 19-410 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 TA 19-364 6/12/2019 9:57 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 TA 19-381 6/12/2019 9:54 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 19-266 6/12/2019 9:50 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 19-251 6/12/2019 9:43 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 19-265 6/12/2019 9:42 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 19-253 6/12/2019 9:39 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.
RLH AR 19-63 6/12/2019 9:30 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 19-61 6/12/2019 9:30 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 19-60 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 19-59 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 19-365 6/12/2019 9:23 AMEric Lein Against • Invalid Garbage Contract? The haulers’ LLC signed the contract 1-day late and missed the Council’s deadline which clearly states that the contract “…shall be signed by the LLC no later than November 13, 2017.” (See do***ents filed in district court by the City Attorney on May 6, 2019, 16:29 [re-filed with correct signatures on May 20, 2019, 16:07]. Exhibit H – RES 17-1776.)
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 9:22 AMEric Lein Against • Invalid Garbage Contract? The haulers’ LLC signed the contract 1-day late and missed the Council’s deadline which clearly states that the contract “…shall be signed by the LLC no later than November 13, 2017.” (See do***ents filed in district court by the City Attorney on May 6, 2019, 16:29 [re-filed with correct signatures on May 20, 2019, 16:07]. Exhibit H – RES 17-1776.)
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:22 AMEric Lein Against • Invalid Garbage Contract? The haulers’ LLC signed the contract 1-day late and missed the Council’s deadline which clearly states that the contract “…shall be signed by the LLC no later than November 13, 2017.” (See do***ents filed in district court by the City Attorney on May 6, 2019, 16:29 [re-filed with correct signatures on May 20, 2019, 16:07]. Exhibit H – RES 17-1776.)
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:18 AMEric Lein Against • Azsume a 4-unit building is directly across the alley from a 1-family house and each property uses only ONE 95-gallon trash cart. The hauler’s “fixed cost” to “put the truck at the site” (one stop, two properties) is the same for each property. The hauler’s cost to “service” the 4-unit’s single cart is NOT four times higher than the cost to “service” the adjacent 1-family single cart – the City’s proposed 4x azsessment greatly and arbitrarily exceeds the benefit to the 4-unit property.
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 9:17 AMEric Lein Against • Azsume a 4-unit building is directly across the alley from a 1-family house and each property uses only ONE 95-gallon trash cart. The hauler’s “fixed cost” to “put the truck at the site” (one stop, two properties) is the same for each property. The hauler’s cost to “service” the 4-unit’s single cart is NOT four times higher than the cost to “service” the adjacent 1-family single cart – the City’s proposed 4x azsessment greatly and arbitrarily exceeds the benefit to the 4-unit property.
RLH TA 19-365 6/12/2019 9:16 AMEric Lein Against • ***ume a 4-unit building is directly across the alley from a 1-family house and each property uses only ONE 95-gallon trash cart. The hauler’s “fixed cost” to “put the truck at the site” (one stop, two properties) is the same for each property. The hauler’s cost to “service” the 4-unit’s single cart is NOT four times higher than the cost to “service” the adjacent 1-family single cart – the City’s proposed 4x azsessment greatly and arbitrarily exceeds the benefit to the 4-unit property.
RLH TA 19-365 6/12/2019 9:13 AMEric Lein Against • Charges and azsessments for one, two, three or four unnecessary empty trash carts exceed the benefits to the property and violate MN Stat. Chapter 429 and City Charter Chapter 14. •• MN Stat. 429.051 – Cost may be azsessed “…based upon the benefits received…” •• Charter 14.01 – “…in no case shall the amounts azsessed exceed the benefits to the property.”
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 9:13 AMEric Lein Against • Charges and azsessments for one, two, three or four unnecessary empty trash carts exceed the benefits to the property and violate MN Stat. Chapter 429 and City Charter Chapter 14. •• MN Stat. 429.051 – Cost may be azsessed “…based upon the benefits received…” •• Charter 14.01 – “…in no case shall the amounts azsessed exceed the benefits to the property.”
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:12 AMEric Lein Against • Charges and azsessments for one, two, three or four unnecessary empty trash carts exceed the benefits to the property and violate MN Stat. Chapter 429 and City Charter Chapter 14. •• MN Stat. 429.051 – Cost may be azsessed “…based upon the benefits received…” •• Charter 14.01 – “…in no case shall the amounts azsessed exceed the benefits to the property.”
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:10 AMEric Lein Against • The City and haulers have not complied with MN Stat. Chapter 443. Rates are not just and reasonable. 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. The City must issue the original invoice before exercising its azsessment authority under MN Stat 443.29. Haulers are independent contractors and not “agents, representatives or employees of the City.” Charges by haulers have not been properly billed for azsessment purposes and must NOT be certified to the county or levied against the property.
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 9:10 AMEric Lein Against • The City and haulers have not complied with MN Stat. Chapter 443. Rates are not just and reasonable. 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. The City must issue the original invoice before exercising its azsessment authority under MN Stat 443.29. Haulers are independent contractors and not “agents, representatives or employees of the City.” Charges by haulers have not been properly billed for azsessment purposes and must NOT be certified to the county or levied against the property.
RLH TA 19-365 6/12/2019 9:09 AMEric Lein Against • The City and haulers have not complied with MN Stat. Chapter 443. Rates are not just and reasonable. 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. The City must issue the original invoice before exercising its ***essment authority under MN Stat 443.29. Haulers are independent contractors and not “agents, representatives or employees of the City.” Charges by haulers have not been properly billed for azsessment purposes and must NOT be certified to the county or levied against the property.
RLH TA 19-365 6/12/2019 9:08 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-40 has been suspended since October 2018 and is to be repealed. Language in force says: •• 357.05(g)(1) – “…This section shall not preclude azsessing property owners from cooperating for arranging for collection services from a licensed hauler, nor other arrangements for reasonable interruption of service.” •• Property owners who have been “sharing” or who made other reasonable arrangements must not be azsessed for unpaid trash bills issued by haulers who did not remove, collect and dispose of rubbish from the property. The Legislative Hearing Officer improperly recommended denial of appeals that should be allowed.
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 9:07 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-40 has been suspended since October 2018 and is to be repealed. Language in force says: •• 357.05(g)(1) – “…This section shall not preclude azsessing property owners from cooperating for arranging for collection services from a licensed hauler, nor other arrangements for reasonable interruption of service.” •• Property owners who have been “sharing” or who made other reasonable arrangements must not be azsessed for unpaid trash bills issued by haulers who did not remove, collect and dispose of rubbish from the property. The Legislative Hearing Officer improperly recommended denial of appeals that should be allowed.
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:05 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-40 has been suspended since October 2018 and is to be repealed. Language in force says: •• 357.05(g)(1) – “…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.” •• Property owners who have been “sharing” or who made other reasonable arrangements must not be azsessed for unpaid trash bills issued by haulers who did not remove, collect and dispose of rubbish from the property. The Legislative Hearing Officer improperly recommended denial of appeals that should be allowed.
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 9:03 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 19-366 6/12/2019 9:02 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 19-365 6/12/2019 9:01 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 ***essments 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 19-365 6/12/2019 8:59 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) was not effective until October 10, 2018, thirty (30) days following its pazzage, approval and publication. The City should not azzess for charges that arose before October 10, 2018.
RLH TA 19-366 6/12/2019 8:58 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) was not effective until October 10, 2018, thirty (30) days following its pazzage, approval and publication. The City should not azzess for charges that arose before October 10, 2018.
RLH AR 19-62 6/12/2019 8:57 AMEric Lein Against • ORD 18-39 (Chapter 220) was not effective until October 10, 2018, thirty (30) days following its p***age, approval and publication. The City should not ***ess for charges that arose before October 10, 2018.