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Thursday, January 20, 2011

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ROLL CALL CONSENT AGENDANote: Items listed under the Consent Agenda will be enacted by one motion with no separate discussion. If discussion on an item is desired, the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately. 24 Ord 11-4 An interim ordinance regulating the conversion of single-family homes in the District 9 Planning District. 25 Ord 11-5 An interim ordinance preserving the status quo of land uses in the District 9 Planning Area. 26 Ord 11-6 Amending Chapter 160.04 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to update references. 27 Ord 11-7 Amending Chapter 167.01 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to update references. 28 Ord 10-60 An ordinance creating election rules for municipal elections under ranked-choice voting. (Public hearing held January 5 and continued to January 19.) 29 RES 10-1611 Expanding Residential Permit Parking Area 22 to include the south side of Grand Avenue in front of 2076, 2080 and 2084 Grand Avenue. 30 RES 10-1619 Expanding Residential Permit Parking Area 3 to include Chatsworth Street North between Summit and Portland Avenues. 31 RES 11-50 Granting approval to submit grants for Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment funds through the Parks and Trails program. 32 RES 11-53 Approving the application of Saint Paul Festival and Heritage Foundation for a sound level variance in order to present amplified music, with limitations, Between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., in Rice Park from January 27 through February 6, 2011 d 33 RES 11-29 Ratifying assessments for demolition of the vacant buildings at 770 BUSH AVENUE [RE Project #J1104C]. 34 RES 11-126 Ratiifying property clean-up assessments for work done on private property from September 20 to September 29, 2010 [RE Project #J1106A]. 35 RES 11-21 Ratifying excessive consumption fees assessments for inspections of private properties from July 12 to August 6, 2010 [RE Project #J1102E]. 36 RES 11-127 Ratifying assessment for emergency property clean-up on private property at 559 MCKNIGHT ROAD SOUTH on September 2010 [RE Project #J1105A]. (To be laid over to October 5, 2011) 37 RES 11-128 Ratifying vacant building fee assessments for fees reinvoiced in August 2010 [RE Project #VB1101]. 38 RES 11-129 Ratifying Certificate of Occupancy fees assessments, for fees reinvoiced in August 2010 [RE Project #CRT1101]. 39 RES 11-131 Ratifying assessments for providing garbage hauling on private property in September 2010 [RE Project #J1103G]. 40 RES 11-132 Ratifying assessments for graffiti removal on private property from August 15 to September 9, 2010 [RE Project #J1105P]. 41 RES 11-27 Ratifying assessments for demolition of vacant buildings in August 2010 [RE Project #J1101C]. 42 RES 10-920 Approving assessment(s) removed for separate consideration from Council File # 10-1066, entitled Resolution approving assessment, pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter, in the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and ex 43 RES 11-19 Approving assessment, pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter, in the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for graffiti removal on private property from August 26, 2010 to September 3, 2010 [RE Project #J1104P 44 RES 11-24 Approving assessment, pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter, in the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for diseased and/or dangerous tree removal [RE Project #1102T]. 45 RES 11-26 Approving assessment, pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter, in the matter of the assessment of benefits, cost, and expenses for towing of abandoned vehicles from private property in June and July 2010 [RE Project #J1101V]. 46 RES 11-28 Approving assessments for demolition of vacant buildings with non-CDBG fund in August 2010 [RE Project #J1102C]. 47 RES 10-1336 Ordering the rehabilitation or razing and removal of the structures at 557-559 ELFELT ST within fifteen (15) days after the January 5, 2011, City Council Public Hearing. 48 ALH 10-114 Appeal of William Wengler to a Fire Certificate of Occupancy Correction Notice at 857 GRAND AVENUE. 49 ALH 10-557 Appeal of Greg Ryan to a Code Compliance Report at 1644 BUSH AVENUE. ADJOURNMENT

Monday, January 10, 2011

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Friday, January 7, 2011

Sharon4Anderson v.Dave Thune St.PaulCityCouncil2012

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Are you ready for Election 2011? St. Paul City Council, school board races gearing up
City council and school board races gearing up
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Updated: 01/06/2011 11:38:23 PM CST

There are no yard signs, no stump speeches and heck, the winners just got sworn in from the last election.
But make no mistake: The 2011 campaign season is starting in St. Paul.
With Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party precinct caucuses a month away, ballot designs for a new type of election being debated and a redrawing of the city's political boundaries mandated, conversations, planning and other sorts of political jockeying have begun.
On Nov. 8, all seven city council seats are up, as are four of the seven seats on the St. Paul school board. For the most part, incumbents are running.
But that isn't stopping the politically ambitious from testing the waters.
Last week, the school board announced that 41 (yes, 41) people had applied for the vacant position created by the resignation of Vallay Varro, who's moving on to lead an advocacy group. While the board has stated its preference for a steward to fill the spot and not run for election as an incumbent, members can't prevent that, and the field of office-seekers is chock-full with names of folks who have run for elected offices before.
And Thursday, John Mannillo, a familiar face in the landscape of St. Paul politics, announced his candidacy for the city council's 3rd Ward seat. City council member Pat Harris represents the ward, which includes Highland Park, and Harris is the only city council member who hasn't announced whether he'll run for re-election.
Harris has said he'll make an announcement

shortly, but his indecision has fueled speculation — and action — in the ward. Activity has ranged from mere name-dropping banter in political circles to outright courtship by would-be power brokers for potential candidates for the potentially open seat.
Mannillo, an owner of downtown real estate and longtime member of the CapitolRiver Council, had been weighing a run since at least the gubernatorial recount, when he was spotted picking up campaign papers from Ramsey County elections offices.
In a letter to Harris delivered Wednesday, Mannillo noted Harris' indecision and stated: "With the precinct caucuses a month away, I must make my decision now. ... I have been advised that unless I move forward immediately, my campaign will suffer." In the letter, he asks for Harris' support.
On the school board, Anne Carroll and Keith Hardy have said they'll both run for another term. Kazoua Kong-Thao hasn't yet made any announcement. School board directors are elected citywide.
Official campaign filing doesn't begin until May, but in the DFL-dominated capital city, many view the Democrats' precinct caucuses, scheduled for Feb. 8, as an essential proving ground. That's especially true in a non-mayoral year, where attendance is expected to be weak — and dominated by the party faithful.
Complicating matters this year is the advent of ranked-choice voting, also known as instant-runoff voting, or IRV. Under IRV, voters rank candidates in order of preference. Merely getting a plurality of voters' first-choice votes isn't good enough to win. The goal of IRV is that, by dropping out the least popular candidates and redistributing their votes to their supporters' second-choice candidates, the winner assembles a majority.
Such a system can hurt incumbents if challengers can persuade their supporters to pick other challengers as backup choices.
With as much as a third of the city traditionally voting Republican, divisiveness in the DFL ranks could help GOP candidates, especially since the DFL likely will advise its voters not to pick anyone after first choice. The city's GOP will hold precinct caucuses later this month and a convention to endorse school board candidates in early March.
IRV replaces the primary — but it only affects the city council. If enough candidates run for the four school board seats, the field will be winnowed in a primary that likely would draw low attendance.
Meanwhile, the St. Paul Charter Commission has some work to do.
City council wards need to be redrawn before the election as a result of the once-a-decade census. At a recent meeting of the commission, which is populated by Democrats, there seemed to be little appetite to significantly alter the city's seven ward boundaries, although small tweaks probably will be necessary to accommodate projected population changes.
The boundaries likely will have to be tweaked again in a year or two, after the state Legislature completes its similarly required redistricting of legislative districts.
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