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Saturday, December 15, 2007

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Case 0:06-cv-02860-JMR-FLN Document 78 Filed 12/13/2007 Page 1 of 17


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA

06-CV-2860(JMR/FLN)

Michael Thomas, Brian )

Conover, and Frederick Newell

vs. ORDER

City of Saint Paul

This matter is before the Court on defendant’s motion for

summary judgment pursuant to Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil

Procedure (“Fed. R. Civ. P.”). Plaintiffs, African-American

business owners, claim defendant, City of Saint Paul, discriminated

against them in awarding publicly-funded contracts. All parties

agree plaintiffs are African-American, and defendant is a duly

organized Minnesota city. For the reasons set forth herein,

defendant’s motion for summary judgment is granted.

I. Background1

A. The Parties

Defendant, City of St. Paul (“the City”), has adopted a Vendor

Outreach Program (“VOP”) designed to assist minority and other

small business owners in competing for City contracts. Plaintiffs,

at all relevant times, were VOP-certified minority business owners.

Each contends the City engaged in racially discriminatory illegal

conduct when awarding contracts for publicly-funded projects.

1. Michael Thomas

Plaintiff Michael Thomas owns Cornerstone Community Realty &

1Because this is a motion for summary judgment, the facts are

taken in the light most favorable to plaintiffs

Mortgage Services. According to the complaint, his business is one

of the City’s few – if not the only – African-American owned,

certified minority real estate disposition service. He contends

the City consistently denied him opportunities to work on publiclyfunded

2Thomas’s allegations concerning the Housing 5000 projects are

problematic. Housing 5000 is a project of the Saint Paul Housing

and Redevelopment Authority (“HRA”), not defendant. As an

independent government agency, it is neither an arm nor an alterego

of the City of St. Paul. Thus, it is the HRA which rejected

the team’s bid.

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separate contracts, each set at $10,000. The City’s terms also

required VOP contractors to obtain insurance, accept payment on a

reimbursement basis (up to 90 days), and accept payment of the

contract over a period of 12 months. Thomas declined the work,

because “the terms of this contract simply did not make good

business sense” for him.

2. Brian Conover

3In 2004, Conover submitted bids on at least 22 different

projects, including: (a) St. Paul Site F Demo Phase 1 & 2, A-23783-

3; (b) St. Paul Highway 5, A-23847-3; (c) Upper Landing Park, A-

23978-31; (d) Roselawns, A-24016-3 e; (e) Phalen Park Pathway, A-

24103-3; (f) Riverview Busyway, A-24102-3; (g) St. Paul Library

Outreach; (h) Paul Wellstone Center; (I) St. Paul River Bluff

Village, A-241733; (j) St. Paul McDonough Phase II, 04096; (k)

University and Dale Red, A-24262-3; (l) Elmcrest Park Utility and

Street, 04-20; (m) McCarron’s Campus Road, A-23965-3; (n) South St.

Paul Street Reconstruction, 2004-001D; (o) Phalen Blvd Phase II, A-

23955-3; (p) St. Paul Kellogg Blvd, A-23974-3; (q) West St. Paul

Street Reconstruction, 041; ® St. Paul major sewer repairs, A-

24016-3; (s) St. Paul Water Service, A-23961-1; (t) North St. Paul

Charles St. & Centennial Drive, 6211-82; (u) Ruth Residential

Paving, A-24089-3; and (v) North St. Paul, 04-01.

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separate contracts, each set at $10,000. The City’s terms also

required VOP contractors to obtain insurance, accept payment on a

reimbursement basis (up to 90 days), and accept payment of the

contract over a period of 12 months. Thomas declined the work,

because “the terms of this contract simply did not make good

business sense” for him.

2. Brian Conover

Plaintiff Brian Conover owns Abel Trucking. Conover claims he

submitted subcontracting bids to provide trucking services on 22

projects to various independent developers.3 None of the bids were

accepted.

According to Conover, the independent developers awarded each

subcontract to Caucasians, whose bids were no more competitive than

his. Notwithstanding this contention, and after years of

discovery, he offers no admissible evidence to support his claim.

He has not identified the subcontractors whose bids were accepted

Plaintiff Brian Conover owns Abel Trucking. Conover claims he

submitted subcontracting bids to provide trucking services on 22

projects to various independent developers.3 None of the bids were

accepted.

According to Conover, the independent developers awarded each

subcontract to Caucasians, whose bids were no more competitive than

his. Notwithstanding this contention, and after years of

discovery, he offers no admissible evidence to support his claim.

He has not identified the subcontractors whose bids were accepted,

projects because of his race. As evidence of his claim, he

cites (1) the City’s failure to invite him to bid on projects

related to the “Housing 5000 initiative”;2 (2) the City’s failure

to award him contracts for the same; and (3) the fact that

independent developers have not contracted with his company.

The City contends Thomas was provided opportunities to bid for

City work, pointing to an occasion when he was part of a team of

qualified builders and developers who entered a competitive bid for

the “Phalen Village Project.” Ultimately, Thomas’s bid was

rejected, and the contract was awarded to a Caucasian-owned

business.

On another occasion, Thomas bid on, and the City was set to

award him, a contract to market certain housing units for $40,000.

The City, however, in an attempt to broaden the contract

awards to more VOP-covered businesses, divided

3In 2004, Conover submitted bids on at least 22 different

projects, including: (a) St. Paul Site F Demo Phase 1 & 2, A-23783-

3; (b) St. Paul Highway 5, A-23847-3; (c) Upper Landing Park, A-

23978-31; (d) Roselawns, A-24016-3 e; (e) Phalen Park Pathway, A-

24103-3; (f) Riverview Busyway, A-24102-3; (g) St. Paul Library

Outreach; (h) Paul Wellstone Center; (I) St. Paul River Bluff

Village, A-241733; (j) St. Paul McDonough Phase II, 04096; (k)

University and Dale Red, A-24262-3; (l) Elmcrest Park Utility and

Street, 04-20; (m) McCarron’s Campus Road, A-23965-3; (n) South St.

Paul Street Reconstruction, 2004-001D; (o) Phalen Blvd Phase II, A-

23955-3; (p) St. Paul Kellogg Blvd, A-23974-3; (q) West St. Paul

Street Reconstruction, 041; ® St. Paul major sewer repairs, A-

24016-3; (s) St. Paul Water Service, A-23961-1; (t) North St. Paul

Charles St. & Centennial Drive, 6211-82; (u) Ruth Residential

Paving, A-24089-3; and (v) North St. Paul, 04-01.

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nor has he offered any comparison showing the accepted bid and the

bid he submitted.

Conover also complains that, on other occasions, he received

bidding invitations only a day before the bid was due. He

maintains this practice created a barrier to competitive bidding,

because it did not allow him adequate time to prepare a fairly

competitive bid for the project. Once again, however, he fails to

identify even one particular project to which he had only a single

day to bid, and does not identify any person, of any race or

background, similarly situated, who was afforded a longer period of

time in which to submit a bid.

As proof of discrimination, he simply offers the independent

developers’ refusal to use his company; their failure to offer him

any justification for their decision; and the City’s failure to

enforce the VOP.

3. Frederick Newell

Plaintiff Frederick Newell owns Newell Abatement Services,

Inc.; Lead Investigative Services, Inc.; and Nails Construction

Company. He claims he submitted numerous bids on the City’s open

competition projects, all of which were rejected.

Thereafter, he repeatedly contacted various Housing and

Redevelopment Authority (“HRA”) officials and Department of

Planning and Economic Development (“PED”) officials to complain

that he did not get these jobs. Providing no specifics, he states

4

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the PED “provided a variety of excuses” about why he did not

receive the work. As evidence of discrimination, Newell cites the

HRA’s and the PED’s failure to provide adequate explanations for

his rejected bids, and their failure to liberally construe the

mandates of the VOP in order to further the objective of providing

economic opportunities to VOP-protected entities.

B. The VOP

1. Sec. 84.01. Declaration of Policy and Purpose

In the mid-1990s, two studies - but no judicial decision -

found indications that the City of St. Paul, Minnesota,

discriminated against women and minorities in its contracting

programs. The City attempted to remedy this discrimination and

prevent it in the future by creating the VOP. The program was

designed to assist contractors providing goods and services to the

City with access to its publicly-funded projects.

The City adopted a policy to “promote increased participation

by qualified, minority-owned, women-owned, and economically

disadvantaged small businesses in public contracting that is

comparable to their availability in the Saint Paul marketplace.”

(City of St. Paul, Minn., Administrative Code ch. 84.)

Under the VOP, the City sets annual benchmarks or levels of

participation for the targeted groups. At the same time, the VOP

expressly prohibits quotas. VOP benchmark levels are established,

and participation of eligible businesses is reviewed every three

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years in an effort to ensure (1) that the program seeks no more

than to remedy the effects of past discrimination and prevent

future discrimination, and becomes neither a quota program, nor cap

participation of qualified businesses. The VOP’s provisions apply

to all contracts entered into or awarded, including prime and

vendor contracts. Importantly, however, the VOP program applies

only to the City of St. Paul; it does not refer to, or bind, any

other governmental agency.

2. Sec. 84.08. Prime Contract Requirements

The VOP imposes various “good faith” requirements on prime

contractors who bid for City projects. In particular, § 84.08

requires, among other things, that when a prime contractor rejects

a bid from a VOP-certified business, the contractor must give the

City its complete basis for the rejection, and evidence that the

rejection was justified.

3. Sec. 84.09. Vendor Contract Requirements

The VOP further imposes obligations on the City with respect

to vendor contracts. The City’s contract manager must seek, where

possible and lawful, to award a portion of vendor contracts to VOPcertified

businesses. The contract manager must solicit these bids

by phone, advertisement in a local paper, or other means prior to

opening bid. Where applicable, the contract manager may assist

interested VOP participants in obtaining bonds, lines of credit, or

insurance required to perform under the contract. The

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Chief Judge James Rosenbaum

  • Judith Yates Borger State's federal courts loaded with cases
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    State's federal courts loaded with cases

    We live in a litigious state. And it's getting more so.

    In the past five years the number of cases filed in federal court here has just about doubled to 5,320. The Minnesota federal court is No. 2 of 94 districts in weighted caseload per federal judge, according to
    federal government reports.

    Why is that?

    Chief District Judge James Rosenbaum says the high concentration of highly technical companies such as Medtronic, St. Jude Medical and 3M Co. in Minnesota begets many patent lawsuits. The government statistics give more weight to intellectual property cases because they are complex and often take longer to try.

  • Monday, December 3, 2007

    New Rules-GivemeLiberty.org

    The Court revised the ECF Procedures pursuant to the changes in the Federal Rules. See the link to the Public Notice below for additional information.

    http://www.mnd.uscourts.gov/Press_Releases/RuleChgECFProcUpdates-PublicNot
    http://givemeliberty.org/http://givemeliberty.org/Two days ago, the U.S. Supreme Court docketed two Petitions for Writ of Certiorari arising from the same decision by the United States Court of Appeals in the case titled, We The People v. United States. The Supreme Court will consider the two Petitions together.

    One Petition for Writ of Certiorari, submitted by WTP Chairman Robert Schulz, was assigned Docket Number 07-681. The second Petition for Writ of Certiorari, filed by attorney Mark Lane, who is representing the remaining Plaintiffs, was assigned Docket Number 07-680.

    By the end of the year we will know whether the nation's Highest Court will take upon itself the burden of considering -- for the first time in the Republic's history -- the constitutional meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment, i.e., the People's Right to Petition the government for a Redress of Grievances.

    The burden is breathtaking in the scope of its implications.

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    Friday, November 16, 2007

    MN US Attorney Rachael Paulose via Eric Black Ink

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    A Modest Scoop

    Photo-by-Elizabeth-Stawicki,-courtesy-of-Minnesota-Public-Radio.The federal Office of Special Counsel is investigating allegations that Rachel Paulose, U.S. attorney for Minnesota, mishandled classified information, decided to fire the subordinate who called it to her attention, retaliated against others in the office who crossed her, and made racist remarks about one employee.


    Paulose did not return phone calls seeking her comment. Black Ink will publish any response that she makes.

    The investigation has been under way since June. The Office of Special Counsel, which handles complaints about retaliation against whistleblowers and prohibited personnel practices by political appointees such as Paulose (that’s her at the podium in the photo at right), appears to be taking the allegations seriously. Investigators from two of its regional offices have been to Minnesota to interview witnesses and may be back for more. I could not find out when the OSC, an independent executive branch agency that is not part of the Justice Department, might complete the investigation.

    The allegations also undermine the claim, which was put out for public consumption in April, that four top supervisory officials in the office had voluntarily stepped down to lower positions because of differences with Paulose over management style. The highest ranking of those four, former First Assistant U.S. Attorney John Marti, resigned after learning that Paulose was about to dump him. Marti, who remains in the office as an assistant U.S. attorney, also declined to discuss the matter.

    While the allegations are unproven, the ongoing investigation reaffirms that a dysfunctional climate in the top federal law enforcement agency in Minnesota continues.

    By most insider accounts, Paulose remains at odds with much of her staff, who are non-political career officials. Federal investigators interviews with the staff about their boss’s alleged misdeeds keep alive the hope among her critics that she will not last until the end of President Bush’s term.

    If the Office of Special Counsel finds evidence of serious wrongdoing by Paulose, they could refer the matter to the president, the only person who could remove her. The lesser specific allegations of bad personnel practices, if substantiated, could be referred to Paulose for corrective action. If Paulose remains in office until the end of Pres. Bush’s term, it would be normal practice for the next president to replace her.

    The investigation does not deal with questions of how Paulose’s predecessor, Tom Heffelfinger, came to be included on the list of U.S. attorneys targeted for dismissal, or how Paulose was chosen to replace him. Those questions put Paulose’s appointment into the larger controversy about improper politicization of the operation of U.S. attorney’s offices nationwide, which led to the recent resignation of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

    The conflicts enumerated in this matter are not explicitly political or ideological, except for one instance in which Paulose allegedly made false statements about a job candidate who had liberal associations.

    But the pattern of the matters under investigation by the special counsel may shed some light on the gray area between issue of “management style” and issues of politics.

    When Paulose took over the office, she told several of the career officials there that she demanded total personal loyalty. At least one replied that loyalty was owed to the Constitution, not to her. Many of the allegations raise the possibility that Paulose crossed the line while seeking to punish personal disloyalty.

    The allegations

    My knowledge of the allegations comes from sources familiar with the investigation. The summary below reflects the areas into which the investigators have been inquiring:

    *As U.S. attorney, Paulose received regular reports about the status of the war on terror, drawing on up-to-date information assembled by intelligence and law enforcement agencies. The reports, classified “secret,” were supposed to kept locked up. For about a year, Paulose regularly left the reports loose in her office, sometimes unattended, where they could have been seen by unauthorized people. Marti spoke to her about it and, as required by regulations, filed a report with the national office that oversees U.S. attorneys.

    Paulose began threatening Marti with the loss of his position as the No. 2 attorney in the office. He heard from colleagues and even from a federal judge that Paulose was bad-mouthing him, making false allegations against him and telling them that she was going to replace him.

    *Paulose committed large and small acts of retaliation against others in the office whom she accused of disloyalty to her. In one instance, after changing the job assignment of one employee, Paulose allegedly said that she would make the woman so miserable that she would want to quit. In some instances, Paulose allegedly ordered those in charge of performing job evaluations to downgrade the reviews of those she considered disloyal, or turned down requests that they be allowed to perform work outside the office. The allegation is that Paulose took these actions against employees for reasons other than the quality of their work, but rather for offenses like advising her that some actions she was contemplating would exceed her legal authority.

    *Paulose allegedly denigrated one employee of the office, using the terms “fat,” “black,” “lazy” and “ass.

    Cross-posted at Minnesota Monitor.

    Saturday, April 7, 2007

    Resignation US Attorneys-St.PaulCityAttorneys

    "I am hereby submitting my resignation to the Office of the Attorney General, effective April 7, 2007. It has been an honor to have served at the Department of Justice for the past five years," Goodling wrote. (Watch why Goodling took the Fifth Video) Links:U.S. Attorney for Minnesota 'In Over Her Head'
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    Friday, April 6, 2007

    Resignation MN US Attorneys Rachael Paulose Officers

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    3 federal prosecutors quit manager posts

    They left their management jobs with the Minnesota U.S. Attorney's Office and will go back to prosecuting cases.

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    In a surprising move, three top lawyers in the Minnesota U.S. Attorney's Office resigned their management positions Thursday and will return to prosecuting cases.

    The resignations of the first assistant U.S. attorney, who is second in command, and the chiefs of both the criminal and civil divisions of the office, were communicated internally late Thursday afternoon, according to a source with direct knowledge of the events. The job changes followed a visit to the office by a representative from the Executive Office of the U.S. Attorney in Washington, D.C.

    The resignations are certain to raise questions, especially in light of the controversy surrounding U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and the way the Bush administration replaced eight U.S. attorneys around the country since August.

    Minnesota's U.S. Attorney, Rachel Paulose, took the job in March 2006. No one has linked her to the controversy in Washington.

    "It's just absolutely extraordinary that these three top managers would voluntarily demote themselves," said one defense attorney knowledgeable about the office. "I mean, it's a rank cut. ... And then it would be a salary cut, too."

    A source familiar with the office said Thursday's resignations were more about management style and communication than politics. But they take on added significance because they follow a number of other managers who have voluntarily stepped aside since Paulose took over.

    Those who left their management jobs Thursday are First Assistant U.S. Attorney John Marti, who was appointed to the job by Paulose in December; Erika Mozangue, who headed the civil division, and James Lackner, who headed the criminal division. Lackner also served as first assistant from March 2006 until Marti's appointment.

    Marti and Mozangue declined to comment Thursday. Lackner could not be reached.

    It's unusual to have multiple managers change in a U.S. Attorney's Office, said Hamline University Law and Political Science Prof. David Schultz. A new U.S. attorney "might change one person who's your close assistant or something like that," he said. "But as a rule, not a lot of change occurs beyond the top position."

    Paulose, who served briefly under Deputy U.S. Attorney General Paul McNulty before her current appointment, said in a prepared statement that "the management team supports the decisions of the three who stepped down," but would not comment on what led to the decision. She said Jeff Paulsen, a prosecutor for 18 years, was named chief of the criminal division. The other two new managers will be named shortly, she added.

    "Jeff Paulsen is a tremendous prosecutor of great integrity," said former U.S. Attorney David Lillehaug.

    "It's unfortunate that his promotion came in these circumstances, but if anyone can do the job, he can."

    The U.S. Attorney's Office in Minnesota has 44 assistant U.S. attorneys who prosecute criminal and civil cases in the state and on Indian reservations within its boundaries. It also has about 50 administrative and clerical employees.

    Paulose is a native of Minnesota who served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the district from 1999 to 2002. She also worked in private practice for the Dorsey & Whitney law firm from 2002 to 2006. Paulose began her legal career in Minneapolis as a law clerk to James Loken, chief judge of the Eighth U.S. Court of Appeals, from 1997 to 1998.

    She succeeded Thomas B. Heffelfinger, who resigned in February 2006 to take a job at a private law firm. He said no one asked him to leave or indicated any dissatisfaction with his performance. Paulose was 33 when she was appointed, making her the youngest person to serve as U.S. attorney in Minnesota.

    Paulose said the three are excellent prosecutors.

    "The community will benefit from their focus on prosecuting high-profile, sophisticated cases in the years to come," she said. "This office remains focused on our law enforcement priorities and service to this community."

    Joe Friedberg, a prominent Minneapolis defense attorney, said it will be good for the justice system to have Marti and Lackner trying cases again. "John Marti, in my estimation, is an outstanding lawyer and I don't know as he'd have ever been happy as an administrator," he said. "Lackner and Marti are outstanding lawyers and really standup good people -- and certainly nobody's liberals."

    Staff writer Paul McEnroe contributed to this report.

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    Wednesday, March 28, 2007

    AmendmentsRules

    The U.S. District Court of Minnesota approved a public comment period for several proposed amendments to the Court's Local Rules. The public comment period ends April 27, 2007. For more information, follow the link below.http://www.mnd.uscourts.gov/Press_Releases/March2007-LR-Proposals.pdf





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    USCA Case Number 06-2779 for [17] Notice of Appeal to 8th Circuit filed by Sharon Scarrella Anderson,. www.sharon-mn-ecf.blogspot.com:Notice Appeal US Supreme Court Bad Behavior Judge James Rosenbaum, Case Fixing,lying to Congress,Complicit Whistleblowers Aitkin,Ramsey,Itasca Realestate,Triggering Murder of www.cpljimanderson.blogspot.com and Tenant Steve Quale (Anderson, Sharon)

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    0:06-cv-1607 Notice will be electronically mailed to:

    Sharon Scarrella Anderson sharon4anderson@aol.com

    0:06-cv-1607 Notice will be delivered by other means to:

    /s/Sharon Anderson P165913 sa1299 www.sharon4council.blogspot.com www.sharon-mn-ecf.blogspot.com

    Thanking you in advance:



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