North St. Paul / Bus-garage option no...

North St. Paul / Bus-garage option now off the table

There are 13 comments on the TwinCities.com story from May 13, 2010, titled North St. Paul / Bus-garage option now off the table. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

The North St. Paul City Council will not reconsider allowing a school bus garage on the edge of downtown.

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Follow The Money

Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 13, 2010
The City of North Saint Paul is corrupt from the top office down including elected officials, all city departments, the good old boys of business, and even the part time public works boys that mow the parks. There will be no changes of plan as the money deals have already been done behind closed doors. Take a ride through the town and note that almost every tax paying business has been bulldozed, admire the 500000 dollar plus used windmill that doesn't even work, note every new public building that has been unnecessarly replaced in the last few years and remember what used to be there....somthings wrong, realy wrong.
The DEW Corp

Delano, MN

#2 May 13, 2010
And the DEW Corporation is sucking up all the cost overruns from no bid contracts on ALL those North Saint Paul projects.

The North Saint Paul taxpayers are being taken to the proverbial cleaners by the city of North Saint Paul.

This is socialism at it worst. North Saint Paul taxes and city "Enterprise" fees are 30% higher than Oakdale.

The sheep in North Saint Paul just keep on getting taken to the shed by the sheephearder.
Julie B

Saint Paul, MN

#3 May 13, 2010
In the history of retarted titles of articles, this one takes the cake. The bus garage is going forward. The title makes it sound different.
Me KNOWS

Minneapolis, MN

#4 May 13, 2010
I told you....BYE - BYE
Heather

Long Lake, MN

#5 May 13, 2010
Heather here,

North Saint Paul even hires people to monitor these threads running damage control.

Residents tax dollars at work!!!

Ta Ta!
Gust

Overland Park, KS

#6 May 15, 2010
Heather wrote:
Heather here,
North Saint Paul even hires people to monitor these threads running damage control.
Residents tax dollars at work!!!
Ta Ta!
Maybe so Heather, but it means nothing...

I have been tracking them for a long time. There are ways.

On WordPress sites (when they enter a link) there is a plugin call WASUP which logs every ISPA address, type of computer, certain programs on the computer.

None of them are smart as me to realize that with an ISPA you can find out anything,just like a street address.

It's called counter surveillance. Hide in plain site.
Magic

Delano, MN

#7 May 15, 2010
The beach,

Sell all public property Silver Lake to the highest bidder.

Sell Casey Park to the highest bidder.

Sell Southwood Park to the highest bidder.

Sell Tower Park to the highest bidder.

Sell the eco park near the new bus garage site to the highest bidder, it will no longer be an eco park with a fleet of busses.

Sell Southwood park to the highest bidder.

Get this property on the tax roles.

Get Ready

Saint Paul, MN

#8 May 15, 2010
Time for much HIGHER property taxes in North St. Paul.HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAa
Magic

Long Lake, MN

#9 May 15, 2010
Property taxes in North Saint Paul are 30% higher than Oakdale.

Add in the repressive enterprise fees that just went up 4% this spring and property taxes that went up 12% this spring, you get the picture!
Fredrick

Long Lake, MN

#10 May 18, 2010
I await an ROI for each and every North Saint Paul facility.

Bulldog

Minneapolis, MN

#11 May 28, 2010
Wait till the SUPERINTENDENT gets the 2 hours of videos with District Bus drivers (times and bus numbers) blowing stop signs, tail gating, crossing the center lines, going over curbs, cutting people off, throwing papers and trash out the window when they get mad...and more antics.

I was already told by a certain high level district admin, that it will go straight to the Districts attorney.

See it's all good until someone kid gets killed then it's OH BOY we have problem.

There are problems right now. Constant traffic violation and accidents happening under the radar and the local union FIGHTS LIKE HLLL to protect the drivers butts. I got the records to prove it.


I think it's time that Local 70 gets my boot up their asss.
Maggie

Delano, MN

#13 Sep 26, 2010
Was up north and read the Brainerd newspaper. There was a story on Nisswa taxes going up 3% to cover employee pay increases.

Also notice North Saint Paul taxes are going up 3%.

So what a coincidence, I'll bet all these city mangers have a hodown and decide everything is going up 3%!

Heck why not? Everybody's rich these days!!

No wait the guy living next door to me just moved out his house is foreclosed..

Oh Heck he's just an ordinary citizen, he didn't work for the Government so who cares about the mortals??
Garage Mahajl Tour Please

Delano, MN

#14 Oct 4, 2010
I want a tour of the new GARAGE MAHAJL in North Saint Paul!!!!!

The thing is built so why isn't there an open house???

Is the city ashamed of it???

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