Thursday, May 17, 2018
Monday, November 28, 2016
Alice was kicked out a year ago Nov2015
Died May 2016
Rev. MaryJane Duchen in court re Dog Ordinance's Died Sept4th2015
Trying to transfer to Blog www.alicekrengel.blogspot.com
Heard that Alice's home is now Condemned??
Setting a trap 4 Ed Smith and City on Constitutional Issues
trying to get use to Mouse R click or L Thanks4checking in
How long MJ site will stay up copy and paste
|Alice is intermittently
staying here at the
Dorothy Day Center
(left) Ms. Alice Krengel ***E-mail Alice Click to download and view: Letter to Alice's Legal Aid Attorney informing of Alice being homeless
Click here for Alice Krengel's Legal Counsel
|PIONEER PRESS: 10/22/06 story | 11/23/2006 story | 12/01/2006 story ... ALL- Lillie News 2007|
|State MN Summary
Minnesota's Public and
Private Nuisance Laws:
|"Nuisance" Defined||"...two or more behavioral incidents • committed within a building • within the previous 12 months..."|
|"Nuisance Person"||"this “person as nuisance” law was enacted in 1996... the law was repealed effective August 1, 1999"|
|Criminal Trespass Charges:||"any violation of a temporary or permanent injunction or abatement order issued under the nuisance law shall be treated as contempt of court"|
|Disability/more:||• Download letter to court, 8/5/2005 (includes copies of|
|general and durable Power of Attorneys, signed in August
|• WSP City Council Minutes and Abatement Plan, 2005|
|Property Tax:||1 | 2 | 3 | 4|
|Public Policy Issues:|
• Is it public policy to punish alcoholics who are homeowners by removing homeowners from their homes and/or confiscating their real estate? If so which law gives the state the right to do this?
• Is it public policy to court order alcoholic into treatment in a medically supervised setting for crimes pertaining to the impact of alcohol on behavior, relevant to real p[property and the management the? If so which laws give the state the right to do this?,
RE: Escaped (from Minnesota State Hospitals) mental
patients:• Is it public policy to punish
homeowners when in patients committed to a state metal institution escape and go
to a private residence, uninvited, by by removing
homeowners from their homes and/or confiscating their real estate? If so which
law gives the state the right to do this?|
• Is it public policy that the State of Minnesota is responsible for mental patients committed to a state mental health institution, whether or not such patients escape, and for all actions of such patients, during the interim of any escape? If so which law makes the state responsible in this manner?
• US CODE: Title 42,TITLE 42—THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE?
• 42 USC 3631?
community medical standards of care?|
• Is it public policy to treat persistent, chronic, alcoholics, and or the mentally ill, in in- patient medical facilities or is alcoholism now to be essentially criminalized, and treatment to be punishment by confiscation of real estate and jail, or homelessness?
• Is it public policy for alcoholics, and or the mentally ill, to be diagnosed and evaluated by government officials instead of medical professionals?
State Court Judge Promotes Community Integration for People with Mental Illnesses
Through the hard work and perseverance of Guild Incorporated, a Saint Paul-based services agency, four Minnesota's who have psychiatric disabilities will finally move into their new West Saint Paul home in mid-November. The four individuals choose to live together to benefit from 24-hour in-home support services, which Guild will provide. This follows nearly four months of protest from neighbors who say they did not want the five-bedroom, single-family home to be used in this way.
When a few of the neighbors learned Guild was purchasing the home, they expressed a variety of concerns, including concern about land use and parking, the potential for decline in property values, and fear of violent behavior. “We know there are people who need help and that there are good organizations out there helping them, we just don’t want them living next to us,” said one neighbor. Reporter Nichola Saminather quoted a next-door-neighbor as saying, “We will be afraid to let our grandkids play in our yard.”
Guild met with the neighbors at their request to answer questions and give information. While this satisfied some, the next-door neighbors stepped up their opposition by declaring their intention to close off access to the sanitary sewer line that connected the properties to the city sanitary sewer line. (The two properties had shared the sanitary sewer line for twenty years prior without any apparent difficulty.) This clouded the title. And, while it appeared that the neighbor was wrongfully and intentionally interfering with the seller’s contractual right to sell their property, city officials were unable to step in to settle this “private dispute.” The closing on the sale had to be postponed.
The matter was at an impasse. Though not without risk, it became apparent that litigation was necessary. As a first step, Guild Incorporated asked the court to grant a temporary restraining order to prevent the neighbor from interfering with the use of the sanitary sewer line, and to protect the vulnerable individuals from the harm of not having the housing and services they were promised to receive.
The result of this strategy exceeded everyone’s expectations. Not only did Judge Leslie Metzen grant the restraining order, but she also attached a strongly worded memorandum to her order, articulating the benefit of the public policy “supporting care and treatment of mentally ill persons in the community.” “Mental illness is better understood and demystified when community members come to know persons living with mental illness,” she wrote. “This public policy far outweighs the property rights of the (neighbor’s name) in maintaining exclusive control over a private sewer line.” And while the neighbors resisted for a few more days, the strength of Judge Metzen’s words brought about a settlement of the dispute and no further legal action need be taken.
For more information contact Grace Tangjerd Schmitt at 651-450-2220, ext 25 or email@example.com.
• WSP code enforcement, Noel Kalinoski:|
http://www.barbaraschneiderfoundation.org/history.htm and• WSP legal handling of housing and criminal prosecutions, click on images below to enlarge:
SEE: The Polls Are In
Americans Overwhelmingly Oppose Use of Eminent Domain for Private Gains
|Brian Bonner has
been an investigative reporter for the Pionneer Press since about 1986.|
The story of the 20 year old murder of Dennis Jurgens was exposed because of Brian Bonner's story which reveal extensive corruption in St. Paul police and prosecutorial circles.
Sent: 11/28/2016 11:34:54 A.M. Central Standard Time
Subj: Fwd: Check out City of Saint Paul - Assessments697 Surrey Ave St. Paul,MNThis is how the City Of W.St.Paul owned Alice's Home with this and that assessment over the years.Government Stealing Homes, without paying for them.