Public Safety Committee Meeting

05/04/22, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Notice: St. Louis City officials recommend that residents follow CDC guidance for COVID-19 safety. Current CDC guidance states that people should avoid large events and gatherings when possible, and use masks and social distancing when gathering with those outside your household. Please use a virtual meeting option if you can. See the CDC website for guidance on large and small gatherings.

Aldermanic Committee Meeting
Public Safety

Admission: Free.

Overview:

Due to the COVID-19 virus the Board of Aldermen is holding committee meetings by electronic Webinar. Each meeting will have an electronic link and phone number that can be used to view and/or listen to a meeting. Each meeting will also have a Meeting ID Number that can be used if it is requested while you are logging into the meeting.

The public may view or listen to this meeting by following the below instructions:

Using Links:

To view a meeting electronically you may place your cursor on the link below that is related to the meeting you wish to view and press the Ctrl Key and simultaneously Left Click your mouse to join the webinar. You may also copy the link below and paste it or type it into the search bar of your browser and click search.

Phone Numbers: 

To access a meeting by phone to hear the discussion please dial any of the domestic numbers provided below and follow the prompts. You may be asked for the Meeting ID number. This number is supplied below for each meeting.

Members of the public may also view the live streaming of the Webinar meeting at:

On Charter Cable with digital box (Channel 992) 

On AT&T U-Verse Channel 99

You may watch the meeting live via the web @ www.stltv.net 

You may also watch the meeting on Youtube @https://youtube.com/CityofStLouisMO      

Join Zoom Meeting Link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83237109619

Meeting ID: 832 3710 9619

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Meeting ID: 832 3710 9619

Public Hearing 
The committee will take public comment on the Board Bills and/or Resolutions listed in this meeting announcement. This meeting will be held by Zoom Webinar. A person may speak at this committee hearing via a Zoom Webinar Link. Please see the following instructions on how to register to speak to the committee. 

Procedures to Register to Speak

Email or Phone Requests:

Those interested in making a comment on the Board Bills and/or Resolutions listed in this meeting announcement must send an email or call in by phone expressing their interest to speak. This email should be sent to the Board of Aldermen Clerk - Mr. Terry Kennedy at: kennedyt@stlouis-mo.gov. Persons may also call 314 589-6845 and register by phone.

Required Information

The email sent or phone message should supply a person’s name, street address, email contact address or area code and phone number. It should specify which Board Bill and/or Resolution Number(s) a person wants to speak about. They should also indicate if they are in “support”, “in opposition” or have “no position” on the Board Bill and/or Resolution Number(s) they wish to speak about.  Failure to supply all the requested information may result in a person not being able to speak.

Confirmation:

Those making a request by email will receive an email confirmation and then later a link from the St. Louis Communications Division that will allow them to join the meeting as a speaker. Procedures will also be sent to those wishing to speak. Those calling in by phone to register to speak will receive a return phone call with all the pertinent information. Please note that if you do not receive a confirmation email or a return phone call no later than an three hours before the meeting your request may not have been received.

Registration Deadline:

All requests to speak at this hearing must be made by 1pm the day before this hearing.

Order of Speaking:

Speakers will be called to speak in accordance with the Rules of the Board of Aldermen which can be found on the Board of Aldermen Website. The link is below.

Rules of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen

https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/aldermen/rules/upload/boa-rules-2021-2022-session-final.pdf

Visibility

Speakers must use a device that allows them to be seen when speaking. 

Written Comments

Written comments to be shared with members of the Board on the topics open for public comment at this meeting may be emailed to the Board of Aldermen Clerk - Mr. Terry Kennedy at: kennedyt@stlouis-mo.gov.  They may also be mailed through the US Postal Service or dropped off. They should be addressed to: Mr. Terry Kennedy, Clerk, St. Louis Board of Aldermen, St. Louis City Hall 1200 Market Street Room 230, St. Louis Mo. 63103.

Those with Disabilities

Individuals with disabilities who may need sign language interpreters, written materials in alternative formats, or other accommodations should make a request to kennedyt@stlouis-mo.gov or call 314-589-6845 at least 48 hours before the meeting.

The committee will meet to review, discuss and take public comment on the following: 

Board Bills

Board Bill Number 5
Introduced by Alderwoman Pam Boyd

The proposed bill repeals Ordinance 69864 and reestablishes the Twenty-Seventy Ward Liquor Control District. The except as provided in Section Five, the bill prohibits the Excise Commissioner from issuing package or drink liquor licenses for any currently non-licensed premises within the boundaries of the Twenty-Seventh Ward Liquor Control District for a period of three years.

Board Bill Number 14
Introduced by Alderman Tom Oldenburg

The proposed bill would prohibit tents or similar shelters regardless of the materials in their construction or whether temporary or permanent, within public rights or way or in a manner that would impede the use or maintenance or a public right of way. The bill defines “public right of way” as: Any portion of a street, alley, sidewalk, pedestrian or bicycle path, easement, body of water, drainage works such as River Des Peres, and any other property that is owned, controlled, or maintained by the City of St. Louis.

Event published: Apr 29, 2022 12:45 PM

Location:
Webinar

Sponsor:
Board of Aldermen

Email:
Kennedy, Terry

Phone:
(314) 622-3287

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