This is typical of the good old boy network. I had been charged multiple times with frivolous charges by the City of Montrose, all charges were alway dismissed that were brought against me. This is typical of how the good old boys went over and above on Mark Conlee’s behalf. The judge had always followed the letter of the law in my cases. This is nothing less than Mark Conlee advising Mark Holland to offer the judge a bribe to find me guilty of a municipal offense. He was so angry when he lost the civil case he filed against me for “loss of enjoyment of his property”. He could not stand the fact that I had broken no law. The charges brought against me were on fabricated laws and ordinances, how the hell does a reasonable person thing a judge is going to rule when the charges brought against me do not exist? Typical psychopathic behavior. He whole purpose for running and getting elected to city council by election fraud was for the purpose of making me take down my privacy curtain and to attempt to cause me financial harm by trying to get me fined. It wasn’t enough for him that the chemicals he had unlawfully applied to my property had me to a state of total inability to function, I found myself in court all winter. Anything he would come up with the rest of them all supported but they implicated themselves when the issue was not about me. I don’t care who you are, nobody has the right to do anything to another person’s property. Not even Mark Conlee according to the real law. Not “Mark Conlee says” law. For the record Mark Holland was not a city council member at this time. Why is council member Conlee asking Mark Holland to ask the judge anything?
MONTROSE COUNCIL MEETING
MARCH 5, 2009
The Montrose City Council met for Public Hearing at 6:45 p.m. on the 5th day of March 2009. Council met at City Hall, 102 S. 2nd St. pursuant to law with Mayor Gregory Ruth presiding and the following Council members present: Conlee, Geyer, Hawk, Slater and Van Pelt.
The Montrose City Council met for Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on the 5th day of March 2009. Council met at City Hall, 102 S. 2nd St. pursuant to law with Mayor Gregory Ruth presiding and the following Council members present: Conlee, Geyer, Hawk, Slater and Van Pelt.
Call to Order. Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m.Public Forum. Gary Johnson, 405 Pine Alley said he applied for an Army Corps of Engineers permit to put in a mooring ball at the riverfront. He said the Corps may call the city for information.
Steve Fraise, 205 Locust Street spoke with David Hawk about the mud that washed off the hill in front of his house. He said he wants the ditches cleared before another rain. He said David Beelman, owner of the property, will install erosion control devices.
Tony Sciumbato, 110 S. 10th Street said he has been asked to address Council about the problem regarding the 10th Street and Cedar Street drainage problem. He said he cleans the drains about five times per year. He also said the street is deteriorating and he is willing to pay $100.00 toward moving the drain.
Council Member Conlee told Mr. Holland to ask the Judges about their decision regarding certain properties in the City.
Mark Holland, 501 Locust spoke about road drainage and the 5th Street Bridge will deteriorate if ditches are not dugout.He also said the City should hire another part-time person because Public Works Director Hoenig needs help. This also goes back to the $25,000.00 the City will spend on Ameren-UE property. Mr. Holland also said cleanup has gotten worse. Council Member Hawk asked Mr. Holland how many years it took to get this way.
Ron Dinwiddie, 1 Great River Road said he still can’t understand why the City is abandoning water on the hill. It was explained that there would be archaeological studies in Bluff Park that will likely hold up the project much longer. He said it goes against common sense to bring water downhill and then pump it up.
FY2010 City Budget. Moved by Geyer, seconded by Slater to approve the FY2010 City Budget. Roll call voting 5-0 aye. Motion declared carried.
Adjournment. Moved by Van Pelt, seconded by Conlee to adjourn at 9:09 p.m. All ayes. Motion declared carried.
Gregory R. Ruth, Mayor
Celeste L. Cirinna