Senior Fund Executive Board Meeting and Tax Rate Notice
09/29/22, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
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.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE FOR SEPTEMBER 29 MEETING
Anyone wishing to address the Senior Fund Board on the proposed 2022 property tax rate for the Senior Citizen Services Fund is invited to comment in the public hearing that will be open for the first ten minutes of the regular meeting of the Senior Fund Executive Board. Comments should pertain to the resolution setting the next year’s property tax rate for the fund (proposed tax levy rate of $0.0497 on each $100 of assessed valuation). The proposed resolution is linked below, published in the St. Louis American, and will be posted on the door of the building of the Senior Fund office.
Meetings for the St. Louis City Senior Fund are currently held via video/teleconference in lieu of in-person meetings. All meetings are open for the public. //
The meeting agenda and Zoom info are posted in this notice and available on our website, stlseniorfund.org // If you have any questions or need assistance with participating in our meeting, please contact our staff prior to the meeting date. // The agenda for this meeting includes a public discussion and vote on the Property Tax Rate for the Senior Fund. The Executive Board will also hear updates on from the Program and Grants Committee.//Join Zoom Meeting via Computer/Tablet/Smartphone https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81978454070 //
Join Meeting via Phone (312) 626-6799 – Meeting ID 819 7845 4070 //
ABOUT THE SENIOR FUND: The St. Louis City Senior Fund receives property tax revenues levied and collected by the City of St. Louis to support programs and services for residents in the City of St. Louis who are 60 years or older. The Senior Fund distributes grants to local nonprofits and government entities to help older residents continue aging in their home and community.
Agenda and Public Hearing Notice
Event published: Sep 22, 2022 9:04 AM
St. Louis City Senior Fund
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