Streets Traffic and Refuse Committee Meeting

09/21/22, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Aldermanic Committee Meeting
Streets, Traffic and Refuse

Admission: Free.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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 54
Introduced by Alderwoman Shameem Clark Hubbard

Pursuant to Ordinance Number 70333 as amended by Ordinance Number 71394, the proposed bill directs the Director of Streets to install speed humps to calm the flow of traffic on the 5200 block of Vernon Avenue between the intersections of Vernon Avenue and Union Boulevard and Vernon Avenue and Clarendon Avenue.

Board Bill Number 60
Introduced by Alderwoman Christine Ingrassia, Alderwoman Sharon Tyus, Alderwoman Lisa Middlebrook, Alderman Brandon Bosley, Alderwoman Dwinderlin Evans, Alderman James Page, Alderman Jack Coatar, Alderwoman Annie Rice, Alderman Dan Guenther, President Joseph Vollmer, Alderman James Lappe, Alderman Bill Stephens, Alderwoman Anne Schweitzer, Alderwoman Carol Howard, Alderwoman Megan E. Green, Alderman Tom Oldenburg, Alderwoman Tina (Sweet-T) Pihl, Alderman Jesse Todd, Alderwoman Marlene E Davis, Alderwoman Cara Spencer, Alderwoman Laura Keys, Alderwoman Norma Walker, Alderman Joseph Vaccaro, Alderman Bret Narayan, Alderman Shane Cohn, Alderwoman Shameem Clark Hubbard, Alderwoman Pam Boyd, Alderman Michael J. Gras, President Joseph Vollmer

The proposed bill authorizes the honorary street name Benjamin Polson Way pursuant to Ordinance 68937. Benjamin Polson Way will begin at the intersection of Shawmut Place and Ridge Avenue and run north on Shawmut Place to the intersection of Shawmut Place and North Wells Avenue.

Board Bill Number 62
Introduced by Alderman Bill Stephens

Pursuant to Ordinance Number 70333 as amended by Ordinance Number 71394, the proposed bill directs the Director of Streets to install speed humps to calm the flow of traffic on the 5700 block of Milentz Ave between the intersections of Milentz Ave and Hampton Ave and Milentz Ave and Macklind Ave, 3800 and 3900 blocks of Louis Ave between the intersection of Louis Ave and Sharp Ave and Louis Ave and Upton Street, and the 7300 block of Field Ave between the intersections of Field Ave and Germania and Field Ave and Loughborough Ave.

Board Bill Number 73
Introduced by Alderwoman Dwinderlin Evans

The proposed bill authorizes the honorary street name Rev A.L. Manson Sr. Way pursuant to Ordinance Number 68937. Rev A.L. Manson Sr. Way will begin at the intersection of St. Louis Avenue and Euclid Avenue and run east on St. Louis Avenue to the intersection of St. Louis Avenue and St. Louis Avenue.

Board Bill Number 75
Introduced by Alderwoman Tina (Sweet-T) Pihl

An ordinance repealing Ordinance Number 71028 and Ordinance Number 69745, which respectively established the 4400 Gibson the 1100 Taylor Avenue Residential Parking Districts, and establishes a new residential parking district, the "Gibson and S. Taylor Avenues Residential Parking District." The bill provides for the locations and restrictions for curb parking within the Gibson and S. Taylor Avenues Residential Parking District and authorizes the placement of “Parking by Permit Only” signs.

Board Bill Number 77
Introduced by Alderwoman Sharon Tyus

An ordinance to protect the public health, safety and welfare by prohibiting the use of alleys by operators of motor vehicles for drive through traffic in the following Neighborhoods: Kingsway East, Kingsway West, Penrose, Mark Twain, requiring the posting of those allowed to use of the alley, containing a penalty clause and an emergency clause.

Board Bill Number 78
Introduced by Alderwoman Carol Howard

The proposed bill would establish a two-way stop site at the intersection of Macklind Avenue and Neosho Street regulating all traffic traveling northbound and southbound on Macklind Avenue at Neosho Street.

Board Bill Number 80
Introduced by Alderman James Page

This Board Bill pertains to the permitting of “Surface Parking Lots” as defined herein and to be codified at Sections 8.70.010 and a new Section 8.70.035 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis. It establishes additional requirements for the same and containing a Severability Clause and an Emergency Clause.

Board Bill Number 81
Introduced by Alderman Jesse Todd

The proposed bill directs the Director of Streets to install speed humps to calm the flow of traffic on the: 4250 block of Enright Avenue, 4100 block of McPherson Avenue, 1800 block of Prairie Avenue in front of 1819 Prairie Avenue, and 3900 and 4000 blocks of Westminster Place.

Board Bill Number 82
Introduced by Alderman Joseph Vaccaro

The proposed bill directs the Director of the City of St. Louis Street Department to install and implement an emergency vehicle traffic signal preemption system. The emergency vehicle traffic signal preemption system will allow the normal operation of traffic signals to be preempted in the path of emergency vehicles, halting conflicting traffic and allowing emergency vehicles the right-of-way, thereby reducing emergency response time, and enhancing traffic safety.

Board Bill Number 84
Introduced by Alderwoman Carol Howard

The proposed bill would establish a two-way stop site at the intersection of Neosho Street and Newport Avenue regulating all traffic traveling eastbound and westbound on Neosho Street at the intersection of Neosho Street and Newport Avenue.

Board Bill Number 85
Introduced by Alderwoman Carol Howard

The proposed bill directs the Director of Streets to install speed humps to calm the flow of traffic on the: 4900 block of Neosho Street; 4300 block Wilcox Avenue; 4400 block to 4600 block of Wilcox Avenue; the 4900 block to 4100 block of Alfred Avenue; 4100 block of Neosho Street between the intersections of Neosho Street and Newport Avenue and Neosho Street and Ray Avenue; 4150 block of Neosho Street between the intersections of Neosho Street and Adkins Avenue and Neosho Street and Varrelmann Avenue; the 5030 block of Murdoch Avenue; and the 5020 block of Murdoch Avenue.

Event published: Jun 29, 2022 7:50 AM
Last updated: Sep 16, 2022 2:33 PM

Location:
Webinar

Sponsor:
Board of Aldermen

Email:
Kennedy, Terry

Phone:
(314) 622-3287

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