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v. Arch.ON THE GRAVES OF TENANTS IN COMMON AT 1058 SUMMIT AVE. ST. PAUL,MN

MY PARENTS BILL AND BERNICE PETERSON, MUST EXPOSE THE PONZI TAXING SCHEMES VIA CITY ST. PAUL AND ITS OFFICIALS TO REDUCE THE CITIZENERY TO POVERTY. www.sharon4anderson.org 









Monday, March 27, 2017

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Widow Mrs Sharon Anderson paid property taxes at 697 Surrey Early to Fight Excessive Consumption, PONZI TAXING via www.ci.stpaul.mn.u




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This email is to confirm your payment submitted on Mar-27-2017 for Property Taxes for Ramsey County.

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Payment Date03/27/2017
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Property Address697 Surrey Ave , St. Paul
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First Half Due Amount378
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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                              QUITAM RELATOR SHARONSCARRELLAANDERSON

                                                                            VS

              STATE OF MINNESOTA,COUNTY RAMSEY CITYSTPAUL

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ON THE GRAVES OF TENANTS IN COMMON AT 1058 SUMMITT AVE ST. PAUL,MN AND MURDER OF 2ND HUSBAND CPL JAMES R. ANDERSON.

AFFIANT QUITAM RELATOR MUST EXPOSE THE CITY ST. PAUL PONZI TAXING SCHEMES VIA EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION, ED SMITH, HIS EMPLOYERS DFL CHRIS COLEMAN MAYOR ET AL. IN THE SANCUTARY STATE OF MINNESOTA AND CITY OF ST. PAUL,MN.




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 Click here: City of Saint Paul - Meeting of City Council on 2/22/2017 at 3:30 PM
          Presidents Day Mon.20Feb2017
                                        Judge William Leary,III SettlementAgreenment and
Release 2nd Judicial District Court Files no.62-cv-11-8862, 62cv-12-8145,62cv15-6229
                        Titled First Baptist Church,Church of St. Pary and MPR
                                      $110k SETTLEMENTS  Amy Krekelberg vs Anoka,St.Paul Case13cv-3562 Release from Liability Federal Judge unk 18USC&2721 $29,500
                            To the Above Named Specifically John Choi Ramsey Co Attorney  Affiant re Penality of Perjury with over 100 Blogs, pic's
                              A.   www.code-corruption.blogspot.com
                      State and Allege
2016 City of Saint Paul City Council members                             Due to the Facts that City St. Paul,MN destroys emails techinally Forensic Files www.sharon4anderson.org  refuses to comply with Lawyer Justice David Lillehaug
                              Affiant will firm up Complaints and Default Judgments
in Good time.

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                  With Criminal Charges vs.DSI Inspector Ed Smith et al
 With Happy Birthday to Rick Cardenas Disabled Mentor for years.
ES 17-300 1 10 Rick Cardenas 75th Birthday Resolution Celebrating Rick Cardenas on the occasion of his 75th birthday, and recognizing his extraordinary contributions toward a better Saint Paul.
                                               STATE OF MINNESOTA
                                      GOVERNORS OFFICE MARK DAYTON       
                                      ATTORNEY GENERAL LORY SWANSON ET Al
                RELATOR VA WIDOW CANDIDATE
                MRS.SHARON ANDERSON aka Scarrella
                                                       VS.
               STATE OF MINNESOTA,COUNTY OF RAMSEY,CITY ST.PAUL
               all Agencies, Mayor Chris Coleman,DSI,CityAttorneys,Employees
               Ed Smith, John Doe, Mary Roe et al similarly situated, in personal
               Official Capacitys. 
                                                 CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS
                                                        ART. III AND ART. X
                        1.   SEPARATION OF POWERS  2.  DISPARAITY
                        3.   TRUTH IN TAXACTION       4.EQUAL TREATMENT
                                                   CRIMINAL CHARGES

s the legislative body, the City Council is responsible for setting City policy through ordinances and resolutionsIn addition, the Council acts in a quasi-judicial role in hearing appeals regarding actions taken by a number of City agencies. In addition to their duties as Councilmembers, the City Council serves as the Board of Health and as the directors for the Public Library Agencyand commissioners for the Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA). Representatives from the Council are members of the boards for the Saint Paul RiverCentre Convention and Visitors Authority, the Saint Paul Port Authority, the Joint Property Tax Advisory Board (JPTAC), and the Board of Water Commissioners
RES 17-325 1 1 First Baptist Church, et al. Settlement Agreement and Release Resolution Approving the Settlement Agreement and Release between the City of Saint Paul and First Baptist Church, et al. and their attorney John G. Hoeschler. Not available Not available
RES 17-328 1 2 Amy Krekelberg Release from Liability Agreement Resolution Approving the Release from Liability Agreement between the City of Saint Paul and Amy Elizabeth Krekelberg and her attorneys Sapientia Law Group, PLLC & Sieben, Grose, Von Holtum & Carey.
                                    Criminal Charges vs. City and its Employees
                                     unabated  re RICO STATUTES http://www.slideshare.net/Sharon4Anderson/697-surreyabatementmanatronrico
                     Takings without Just Compensations of Drivers License, Disabled Plates, Trailer,
                                     PLEASE BE SO NOTICED THAT HOUSING DEALS WHEN DAVID LILLEHAUG WAS ATTORNEY FOR CITY DISMISSING USSC 10-1032   THEN LILLEHAUG WAS MADE DFL JUSTICE.

City of St. Paul Destroys Evidence related to Real-Estate Racketeering ...

www.landlordpolitics.com/ricotrial.html
Three StPaul landlords, Frank Steinhauser, Tom Gallagher, and Sandra Harrilal, .... Wells Fargo Mortgage, an Iowa corporation, doing business in the state of Minnesota, ... of certain evidence that has been used in the federal RICO lawsuit

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Cases, Dockets and ...

https://dockets.justia.com/browse/state-minnesota/noscat-13/nos-470
Minnesota Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Cases filed in the ... Cause Of Action: Racketeering (RICO) Act ... St. Jude Medical, Inc. et al v.

State v. Huynh :: 1994 :: Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions ...

law.justia.com › ... › Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions › 1994
An officer at First Bank Minneapolis identified the personal checks written on Hung's ... Minnesota's RICOstatute is much like the federal RICO law; consequently, ... may at times "coalesce," i.e., in some cases the same proof may be used to ...

St. Paul cleared in housing-code bias lawsuits - StarTribune.com

www.startribune.com/st-paul-cleared-in-housing-code-bias-lawsuits/36480724/
Dec 19, 2008 - A federal judge has dismissed three lawsuits against the city of StPaul ... federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

                      

Editorial: Time for a tune-up of Minnesota’s Truth-in-Taxation procedures

It’s time for a fresh look at a staple of local-government operations in Minnesota: Truth in Taxation.
The process — in place for nearly three decades — involves property-tax notices based on proposed levies and public meetings to discuss issues.
The message from a new study: Local governments can do a better job of engaging taxpayers by involving them earlier in the process.
Work to bring more transparency to local public budgets deserves attention, and we’ve made note over the years of advocacy by the Minnesota Chapter of NAIOP, the commercial-real-estate development association. The study it engaged the Citizens League to conduct calls on local governments and elected officials to consider new ways to inform and involve citizens in city, county and school district financing processes.
The outcome, Citizens League Executive Director Sean Kershaw told us, is “a great opportunity for everybody to win on this.”
But while intentions are good, he said, some efforts inadvertently fall short, especially if governments fail to provide information at the right time or do so in ways that aren’t helpful to taxpayers. By the time meetings are held, typically in November or December, “most of the decisions have been made,” Kershaw observes.
There’s frustration because people feel ignored in budget processes, Quinn Cheney, NAIOP-Minnesota’s director of public policy, told us. However, “the earlier they’re engaged, the more they are aware of the process, the more comfortable they’ll be with the end results, no matter what they might be.”
NAIOP-Minnesota over the years has championed transparency as a way for its business members — who bear a significant share of the local-property-tax burden — to understand the real factors that contribute to rising taxes.
In its study, the Citizens League found that information presented in the current Truth-in-Taxation process is overly complex, that participation is low and that the public-hearing format discourages discussion and “authentic feedback.”
Among its recommendations — presented as a “working draft to spur further input and conversation,” rather than a document approved by its board — the league calls for reforming Truth in Taxation into a Truth-in-Budgeting process. It makes the point that the current system “no longer meets its original legislative intent, and may even work against the initial goals of the legislation.”
It is time to “carefully and collaboratively re-evaluate Truth in Taxation,” the league says, suggesting “a blend of state direction and local choice about the timing, purpose and expectations for the process.”
Meanwhile, some local governments are making strides, starting “to lead on this issue,” Kershaw said, and “really trying to figure out … how they present information,” using graphics or other formats “that are accessible to their residents and business owners.”
In the east metro, Quinn observes, Dakota County is a leader in presenting information to citizens in an easy-to-read way.
It’s a good time to tune up an important process. From aging populations to needed infrastructure repairs, local governments face expensive challenges. Transparency is good for citizens, and governments, too.

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