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PRESERVATION TALKSA Brown Bag Lunch Discussion
Saint Paul’s Vacant Properties: Refuse or Reuse?
Certain sections of St. Paul’s Frogtown, North End, West 7th, Summit-University and
East Side neighborhoods are inundated with vacant homes. These abandoned properties
can negatively impact surrounding property values, public health and safety, the city
budget and community morale.
What can be done to mitigate the vacancy problem in St. Paul? How can vacant homes
be rehabilitated? When should they be demolished? How will our approach to vacancies
impact the historic fabric of St. Paul’s neighborhoods?
Please join Historic Saint Paul for a panel discussion to address these timely questions.
The panelists include:
•Ed Johnson: Executive Director, West 7th/Fort Road Federation
•Bob Kessler: Director, City of St. Paul Department of Safety and Inspections (DSI)
•Steve Magner: Vacant Buildings Supervisor, City of St. Paul DSI
•Marcia Moermond: Lead Policy Analyst, St. Paul City Council Research
•Amy Spong: Historic Preservation Specialist, Heritage Preservation Commission
The Preservation Talk is free and open to the public—bring a lunch and join us!
Thursday, September 6th 2007 │ Noon to 1:00 p.m. │ 317 Landmark Center │ 75 West 5th Street - St. Paul │(651) 222-3049mandate Grand Jury Protections:
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same with you. You have not responded to my request for an interview and
a photo. If you want to more fully state your case, I will give you the
opportunity, but I need to have that done by noon tomorrow. If you don't
respond, you will not have an interview included in our Web voter guide.
I will also look elsewhere for a Affidavit of Sharons Response
Gentlemen, considering the countless criminal complaints and requests for investigation of an ongoing crime that I have repeatedly filed with your respective offices over the years, you can be of great assistance to the Minnesota legislature as they seek to learn what legislative inadequacies exist in existing law that would render you unable to recognize probable cause of an ongoing crime and conduct an appropriate investigation of that crime. In Minnesota this apparent inadequacy is so extreme that the local sheriff and police chief refuse to even take my criminal complaints for the record, and the Minnesota POST Broad could not find a single violation of professional ethics in their willful dereliction of duty. Of course, the Commissioner of Public Safety, the chief law enforcement officer of the state who refuses even to acknowledge my criminal complaints and requests for assistance to him, has endlessly repeated this practice. If existing laws are adequate and the failure to investigate is simply and attempt to aid and abet an ongoing crime by covering up the crime, the remedy will be much simpler.
Governor Pawlenty and Attorney General Swanson:
I believe my case not only involves violations of federal law and my civil rights to due process and equal protection of the law under mere color of law and constitutes criminal racketeering, but also includes myriad violations of state laws, such as grand theft, interstate fraud, extortion, conspiracy, aiding and abetting, etc. If this matter does not involve any violations of federal or state law or is outside the purview and scope of everyone’s authority and responsibility to address, please inform me what Minnesota does when a county attorney uses his office to cover up the criminal misconduct of his own office.
Governor Pawlenty, as you contemplate an emergency session of the legislature, allow me to suggest that the apparent inability of the legal system in
Let’s have an open thread on the departure of Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez
Two simple but big questions occur: Why now? Why not before this?
Why now? It is the August doldrums and congress is in recess.
Why not before this? He is a personal crony of President Bush, the same reason he got the job in the first place.
Let us at least take comfort in the fact that he is not on SCOTUS. I personally filed a criminal complaint against Dakota County (MN) Attorney James C. Backstrom with Attorney General Gonzales that he refused to investigate. I then brought the matter to the attention of President Bush and Senator Specter, who was then Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee responsible for confirmation of Supreme Court nominees, and simply pointed out that nothing would kill a Supreme Court nomination faster than integrity. This resulted in the absurd nomination of Harriet Miers until she wisely withdrew her nomination. Justice is where you find it.