Gee, I wonder what mayoral campaign these two ‘Union Leaders’ were helping out?


#1 Plaintiff Guy on 06.25.10 at 12:38 pm

If he needs testimony concerning unconstitutional city civil procedures, I’ve got an appointment but will cancel so I can be there.

Relative to any hearing concerning unconstitutional city government, I’ll make it a point to be there uncompensated.

I’ll provide a CD recording of an 8 hour city hearing where evidence, witnesses, exhibits, and an appeal are denied. There’s 37 objections by the assistant city attorney. The city testified later there was only one recording made. Hmmm, that one recording has a moment where someone (the examiner) says stop so he can change tapes. You can clearly hear him changing the tape on the 2nd recorder.

#2 Plaintiff Guy on 06.25.10 at 2:11 pm

There were 4 hearings. One is recorded but not properly. One the city denys happened but I have proof it did. The city keeps no record or files of hearings (due process violation).

I could prove city codes were not violated. I poured a small strip of concrete (>$200). A permit was not required. They repeatedly denied a legal hearing or appeal into court. There were 4 citations citing 6 unqualified city codes. The process lasted from 2006 to 2010.

Certainly, the city uses hearings for harrassment and defamation. I doubt there’s any other reason for these unconstitutional undemocratic procedures.

Mr. Staggers should make his case so that it can be introduced into state court. Hopefully, HOME RULE will be revoked and city government reconstructed with court supervision.

#3 mz on 06.25.10 at 7:55 pm

Typical union thuggery. They protect a few, oftentimes deadbeat, tenured employees, and sell the less seniority rank and file workers down the shithouse. Unions have become a self preserving leach off of working people, only to fund their own selfish preservation as a political donation machine to fund like minded power mongers.

#4 l3wis on 06.25.10 at 8:20 pm

I can’t wait to hear the whole story. Kermit can’t give me any details until he testifies.

#5 Plaintiff Guy on 06.27.10 at 10:39 am

City web site shows this to be at 4PM. Is the public invited? Doesn’t look like there’s time for public comment.

Since November 2009, the city can’t conduct civil procedures until they amend to comply with the state civil procedures act. In other words, the complaint and follow up are unconstitutional.

#6 l3wis on 06.27.10 at 6:59 pm

The informational is at 4 PM, committee meeting at 3 PM.

#7 l3wis on 06.28.10 at 11:07 am

I just watched inside KELOLAND and Darrin Smith said that Huether seeked him out for the job because of his qualifications? LMAO! Nevermind that he dug up the bullshit junket story and helped Mike with his campaign.

#8 l3wis on 06.28.10 at 11:37 am

And the new city attorney said that Sioux Falls has been ‘insulated’ from the bad economy. I wonder what SF he has been living in?