Friday, March 24, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Trust Trilogy

http://www.slideshare.net/Sharon4Anderson/sharons-trusttrilogy?from_m_app=android

Saturday, February 18, 2017

CitySt.PaulSettlement62cv11-8862-12-8145-15-6229-$93k

                         SAT.18FEB2017

LEGAL NOTICE TO STATE OF MINNESOTA,COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF ST.PAUL   OBJECTIONS TO THE $93K SETTLEMENT,DISPARAITY  RE AFFIANT VA WIDOW MRS. SHARON ANDERSON AKA PETERSON-SCARRELLA

                                    www.sharon4anderson.org

                            ON THE GRAVES OF TENANTS IN COMMON, MURDER OF 2ND HUSBAND CPL JIM ANDERSON, 


                                 












 
 
 
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.     Not available Not available
RES 17-339 1 3 COG plan Resolution Approving the City of Saint Paul Continuity of Government (COG) Plan as the official city directive describing how the city government will continue essential operations in the event of a serious disruption.
 
 
 STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF RAMSEY                                                     DISTRICT COURT
                                                                                   SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Case Type: Assessment Appeal
First Baptist church, and the church of St.                          court File No' 62-cv-11-8862
Mary,JudgeWilliamlearY'Ill
Appellants,
VS.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
City of St. Paul, Al\[D RELEASE
Respondent.
First Baptist church, the church of st                                          . court File No' 62-cv-12-8145
Mary, and Minnesota Public Radio Judge William Leary' III
Appellants,
VS.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
city of St. Paul, AI\D RELEASE
Respondent.
First Baptist church, and the church of St                                      . court File No' 62-cv-15-6229
Mary,JudgeWilliamleary,Ill
Appellants,
VS.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
city of St. Paul, AND RELEASE
Respondent.

                         This Settlement Agreement and Release is made by and between First Baptist
Church, the Church of St. Mary, Minnesota Public Radio ("Appellants"), and the City of
St. Paul ("City").

WHEREAS, Appellants filed an appeal to their respective assessments for rightof-
way services in 201 l, 2012 and 2015 alleging that the amount of the assessment was
in excess of the amount of special benefit bestowed upon their respective properties.

WHEREAS, the City expressly denies Appellants' allegations and denies liability
for their alleged damages;

WHEREAS, the parties wish to settle and resolve all outstanding disputes and
claims between them to avoid the uncertainties and costs associated with continued
litigation of this matter; and

WHEREAS, the parties to this Settlement Agreement and Release have
successfully conciliated all issues of dispute in the above-captioned matters;

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises established herein,
the parties agree as follows:
1. The City of St. Paul will issue one check as payment to the Appellants,
payable to the trust account of their attorney, John G. Hoeschler, in the amount of
$93,218.14 (ninety-three thousand, two hundred eighteen dollars and fourteen cents)
within a reasonable time following the City Council's approval of this agreement. The
payment will be mailed to John G. Hoeschler, P.A., 800 Lone Oak Road, Eagan, MN
55121. This payment is in complete satisfaction for all damages, liens, costs and
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attorneys' fees actually alleged or that could have been alleged in Ramsey County
District Court file Nos. 62-cv-12-8145 and 62-cv-15-6229.
2. The City is also agrees issue a second check to the Appellants, payable to
the trust account of their attorney, John G. Hoeschler, in the amount of $ 17,000
(seventeen thousand dollars) in complete satisfaction for all damages, liens, costs and
attorneys' fees actually alleged or that could have been alleged by the Appellants in the
First Baptist et al, 2011 matter, Ramsey County District Court file No. 62-cv-11-8862.
3. In consideration of the above payments, the Appellants, by execution of
this Settlement Agreement and Release, hereby fully and completely releases the City of
St. Paul, and all ofthe past and present agents, officers and employees, predecessors, and
successors in interest of the City of St. Paul in their official and individual capacities, of
any and all claims for damages, costs and attorneys' fees which the Appellants have or
may have, whether presently known or unknown, arising in law or in equity, which were
made, or which could have been made, in the above-entitled action. The Appellants,
upon execution of this Settlement Agreement and Release all such claims, differences,
demands, rights, and causes of action, which the plaintiff now has or may have against
the defendants or the City of St. Paul, and all of the past and present agents, officers, and
employees, predecessors, and successors, and successors in interest of the City of St.
Paul, in their official and individual capacities, whether currently known or unknown,
arising in law or equity, which were made or which could have been made in the aboveentitled
action, are fully released, satisfied, discharged and settled.
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4. The parties to this Settlement Agreement and Release hereby stipulate that
the payment of the sum specified above includes any claim for fees and costs, refunds
and pre-settlement interest which could have been brought in relation to the set of facts
presented in the above-entitled actions.
5. The Appellants agree that the terms of this Settlement Agreement and
Release are binding on them and their personal representatives, heirs, successors and
assigns.
6. The Appellants understand and acknowledge that the City does not admit
any wrongdoing, improper action or liability for any of the Appellants' alleged damages.
7. The parties agree that this Settlement Agreement and Release constitutes all
of the agreements and understandings between the Appellants and the City. There are no
other written or oral agreements or understandings which modify the terms set forth in
this Settlement Agreement and Release.
8. The Appellants, by execution hereof, acknowledge that this Settlement
Agreement and Release has been read by their legal counsel, and that they understand
and fully agree to each and every provision hereof.
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Public Radio
SAMUEL J. CLARK
City Attorney
K. Meghan Kisch, (#0337547)
Assistant City Attorney
750 City Hall and Courthouse
15 West Kellogg Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55102-1620
Telephone: (65 1) 266-877 5
Fax: (651) 266-8787
Meghan.kisch@ci.stpaul.mn.us
Attorneys for Respondents
Biju Mathew, signing as agent for Appellant
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Church of St. Mary
Sylvia Strobel, signing as agent for Appellant
Minnesota Public Radio
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Tax ID Number
SAMUEL J. CLARK
City Attorney
K. Meghan Kisch, (#0337541)
Assistant City Attorney
750 City Hall and Courthouse
15 West Kellogg Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55102-1620
Telephone: (65 1) 266-877 5
Fax: (651) 266-8787
Meghan.ki sch@ci. stpaul. mn.us
Attorneys for Respondents
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Biju Mathew, signing as agent for Appellant
Church of St. Mary
Sylvia Strobel, signing as agent for Appellant
Minnesota Public Radio
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Tax ID Number
SAMUEL J. CLARK
Citv Attorney
K. Meghan Kisch, (#0337547)
Assistant City Attorney
750 City Hall and Courthouse
15 West Kellogg Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55102-1620
Telephone: (65 1) 266-877 5
Fax: (65l) 266-8787
Meghan.kisch@ci. stpaul.mn.us
Attorney s for Re sp ondent s
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                     Checking Todays 15Feb2017
St. Paul Council Hearings.
                                                       Keeping a low profile pending Hud Approval of Dr. Ben Carson
                                   When is a Tax also an Assessment Constitutional Question
                                         ISSUES
          Disparitys of Tax Assessments  Ratify some  Deleting others
                    Favoritism of Non Profit District Heating

Tacky-Journalism: November 2007

tacky-journalism.blogspot.com/2007_11_01_archive.html
1 Nov 2007 - http://sharon4staterep64a.blogspot.com to File Criminal Charges against REporter Tim Nelson for his use of a "Mug Shot" of Sharon Scarrella ...
          which Mother and Affiant exposed 1983
 
 
RLH TA 16-543 3 54 847 Hudson Road Resolution LH Tax Assessment Appeal Ratifying the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for Property at 847 HUDSON ROAD. (File No. VB1703, Assessment No. 178803) (Amended to File No. VB1703A, Assessment No. 178809)
RLH TA 17-13 2 34 351 Bates Avenue Resolution LH Tax Assessment Appeal Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for Property at 351 BATES AVENUE. (File No. J1705A, Assessment No. 178504)     Not available Not available
RLH TA 17-5 2 35 355 BATES AVENUE Resolution LH Tax Assessment Appeal Deleting the Appealed Special Tax Assessment for Property at 355 BATES AVENUE. (File No. J1705A, Assessment No. 178504)     Not available Not
RES PH 17-56 1 32   Resolution-Public Hearing Approving the request of District Energy St. Paul, Inc. to amend District Cooling rates for fiscal year 2017.     Not available Not available
RES PH 17-57 1 33   Resolution-Public Hearing Approving the request of District Energy St. Paul, Inc. to amend District Heating rates for fiscal year 2017.     Not a
 
 



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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017

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Sunday, February 5, 2017

697SurreyPublicImprovementAssessmentsIllegal

Thank God for the Honorable Donald Trump with Family Values overridding City St. Paul and Sancutary State of Minnesota.


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Lawyer Chris Tolbert aka Hennepin Co. Attry, Matt Stark, Dan Bostrom
Daio Thoa,Lawyer Jane Prince,Amy Brodxxxs, Rebecca Noecker
Complicit and Culpbable 

Minnesota Constitution Art. III Separation of Powers

                            Minnesota Constitution Art.X Taxes Equitable
 St. Paul City Officials must be exposed for their Naked Ghost Inspections, techinally Ed Smith who Affiant has never met and does not know what he looks like, Ed Smith issuing False Orders without Formal Complaint under Guise of Public Improvement.


Sec. 34.24. - Excessive consumption of city services.
(1)
Council findings. The city council finds that some property owners take little or no responsibility for the maintenance of their property until the city, through its various inspections programs, has repeatedly ordered them to remedy violations of the property maintenance chapters of the Saint Paul Legislative Code. Such property owners create excessive costs for the city which are over and above the normal cost of providing inspection services city-wide. Property owners who must repeatedly be ordered to remedy code violations on their property consume an unacceptable and disproportionate share of limited city resources. Therefore, it is the intent of the city council, by the adoption of this section, to impose and collect the costs associated with reinspections and the excessive consumption of city inspection services. The collection of such costs for certain properties shall be by assessment against the real property requiring such excessive inspection or reinspection services, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.101, and chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter.
(2)
Definitions. For the purpose of this chapter, the terms defined in this section shall have the meanings ascribed to them:
Excessive initial inspection means an inspection and observation of a new violation by an enforcement officer at a specific property address after an enforcement officer has conducted two (2) prior initial inspections within a twelve-month period and found violations of the Saint Paul Legislative Code under the jurisdiction of the department of safety and inspections, where the owner was notified in writing pursuant to section 34.24(3).
Excessive inspection services fee means the fee to be imposed for a reinspection or excessive initial inspection. The fee shall include, but not be limited to: the pro rata salaries of enforcement officers performing inspections of the subject property; the pro rata cost of equipment, materials and all other overhead costs used during inspection of the subject property, including ownership searches and administrative and clerical costs; and the costs of any medical treatment of enforcement officers injured as a result o


                          Sun.5Feb.2017   HOW MANY TIME DOES THE CITIZENERY HAVE TO ANSWER DEMAND FOIA COMPLAINTS

    Legal Notice to all Above specifically Executive Branch Mayor Coleman, Legislative Branch Clerk Shari Moore,Russ Stark, all others similarily situated.
                  
                    Affiant VA Widow Mrs. Sharon Anderson aka Scarrella_Peterson
has had it with City St. Paul,MN Corruption.
                            Wed.7Dec2016  Council Meeting,
                ISSUES  PURSUANT TO RICO CRIMINAL CODE
                OBJECTIONS TO ASSESSMENT ROLL'S 
                        a.  RLH 16-94
              Affiant must address the Council Electronically with Forensic Files
                        b. Separation of Powers Issues
                              i.  Executive Branch run by Chris Coleman DSI appointee Ricardo Cervantes and his Employees. ie Steve Magner who lives in Stillwater making over $100k,
                             ii.   Are Simulating legal process with harassment,False Published Excessive Consumption, now on pg 32, with False Ownership of 697 Surrey Ave St. Paul,MN stating owner Lyle Rambo of Afton now age 88 and Senile, who has not been at Surrey since Sharons 2nd Husband Jim Anderson purchased with Sharons Moneys.
                          iii.   It is assumed that Chris Tolbert aka Hennepin County prosecutor, lawyer and Jane Prince Lawyer know the Law. MN Const. Art. III, X etc.
                         iv.   Affiant Disabled re ADA Act must seek to Abolish DSI in its entirity, Abolish Legislative Hearings by Marsia Mormound
                                   c.  She does not have Jurisdiction/Authority to Quiet Title to RealEstate, but apparantly on False Information by DSI has the Power to Tax or Fee Excessive Consumption
                                   ' taken without proper notice pictures of inspectors, and their qualifications'
                        Affiant has over 100 Blogs, thousands of pdf files, pics writings.
                  THEREFORE;
                           If in fact Secret, Phantom Drive by Inspections are approved
Then and Therefore Damages to the Citizenery are in the Millions.
                       PS  Propertys taken without Quiet Titles, Valid Formal Complaints signed off by City or County Attorneys must be Abated or Stayed.
                     Stupidity by the City St. Paul now reopens all Sharons Propertys, takings without Compensation of Cars, Trailers, Basic Necessitys of Life, and the Murder of Cpl James R. Anderson.
                    FURTHER IF HE IS STILL alive Judge Betrand Poritisky has issued Prior Restraint vs. Sharon cannot sue the City, then Poritisky issued re 325 N. Wilder Sharons 6 plex.
                   then Hudson when city attorney and David Lillehaugh have used Poritiskts Bogus Orders to deprive Sharon of 1058 Summit, 325 N. Wilder, 2194 Marshall, 448 Desnoyer, reducing Sharon and her 2nd husband to Poverty, triggering Death,Disabilty,Disparagment of Titles
Saint Paul
City of Saint Paul
Assessments
Property Address:697 SURREY AVE Select a different property
Property ID:32-29-22-41-0053
Legal Description:LYMAN DAYTON ADDITION TO THE CITY OF ST. PAUL LOT 5 BLK 46

To get balance due for LEVIED assessments, enter the date when Real Estate would receive your payment (amounts may include interest). Select the assessments you want to pay by checking the box. If you want to make a partial payment, check the box and enter the amount to the right of the checked box.
This is not your eCheck payment date. It is only for calculating interest.
select
Note: Payments may not be processed after November 15, 2017 because the City must prepare the annual certification of assessments to property taxes. Payments received after that date will be returned.

Levied Assessments (due and payable)
Assessment NumberImprovementInterest RateLevied DateTerm YearsLevied AmountBalance DueSelect to Pay
Partial Payment Accepted
178302Excessive Inspection or Abatement Service 06/23/16-08/12/164.15 %1/18/20171$155.00$155.00
Levied Balance Due:$155.00$0.00
Pending Assessments (payments are accepted)
Project NumberImprovementPending DateTerm YearsPending AmountSelect to Pay
Partial Payment Accepted
J1704EExcessive Inspection or Abatement Service 08/15/16-09/23/1611/3/20161$275.00
J1706EExcessive Inspection or Abatement Service 10/24/16-11/18/161/4/20171$155.00
Pending Balance Due:$430.00$0.00
Levied and Pending Balance (as of the date above): $585.00
Amount I want to pay (as of the date above): $0.00
Make Payment OnlineMake Payment via U.S. Mail or in person
There is no charge for this eCheck service.
Payment will be processed immediately and cannot be scheduled for a later date. Payments processed after 8:00 pm will be posted the following business day.
Payment will be made using secure ePay provided by U.S. Bank
CITY OF ST PAUL
1000 CITY HALL ANNEX
25 WEST FOURTH STREET
ST PAUL, MN 55102-1660
Questions? Call Real Estate Assessments at (651) 266-8858
City St. Paul illegal Assessments without Formal Complaints, Specific Time,Date,Inspectors Qualifications,Authority to levy on Realestate under the Guise of Public Improvement Pic above is Ramsey County Auditor Chris Samuelson 
MEMORANDUMN


 Sheri Moore City Clerk                         Exploiting Disabled Senior VA Widow Sharon Anderson 





Stealing Sharons Car, Trailer fully licensed with Disabled Plates