Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee Meeting

12/08/22, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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Aldermanic Committee Meeting
Housing, Urban Development and Zoning

Admission: Free.

Overview:

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The committee will meet to review and discuss the following: 

Discussion Item Number 1

Annual City Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Report 

The committee will review the Annual TIF Report from the St. Louis Development Corportaion (SLDC)

The Committee will take Public Comment on the following:

The committee will take public comment on the below listed Resolutions and Board Bills. The committee will also take public comment on the petition for the creation, extension, renewal and establishment of the DeBaliviere Place Special Business District. This meeting will be held by Zoom Webinar. A person may speak at this committee hearing via the Zoom Webinar Link listed above. Please see the following instructions on how to speak to the committee. 

Procedures to Speak

The Chair of the Committee will announce when the meeting will be open for public comment. If you wish to speak, click the “Raise Hand” icon and function in the Zoom Meeting Screen while in the meeting. This will place a raised hand next to your name. Usually only people showing a raised hand will be called on to speak.

When the Chair is ready for you to speak you will be moved from the attendee list to the participant list by the meeting manager. You will be moved back to the attendee list once you are completed. Speakers from the public will be called to speak in order of appearance on the list. Committee members may have questions after your talk.

When you enter the meeting to speak the Chair will ask your name and may ask if you are for, against or have no position on the petition. The Chair may also ask other questions related to your relationship to the petition.

The Chair will determine the amount of time all speakers will have. The Chair may determine this after all those wishing to speak have raised their hands. The time usually allotted to speak is about three (3) minutes. The exact time will be announced by the Chair before the public comments begin.

Written Comments

Written comments to be shared with members of the Board 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.

Petition Filed and Where to Review:

A petition for the creation, extension, renewal and establish of the DeBaliviere Place Special Business District  has been filed with the St. Louis Board of Aldermen. A copy may be obtained from this office at:

Clerk

St. Louis Board of Aldermen  

City Hall

1200 Market Street, Room 230

St. Louis, Mo. 63103

314 622-3287

Boundaries of the District

Commencing at the North-South center line of Clara Avenue to its intersection with the prolongation of the Northern boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5618-00-0210 also being the Northern boundary line of City Block 5618 commonly known as 5600-5620 Delmar Blvd. located in the City Of St. Louis, Missouri, and proceeding southwardly along the center line of said Clara Avenue to its intersection with the prolongation of the Southern alley line of the East-West alley in City Block 3875.18; thence eastwardly along said Southern alley line and its prolongation to its intersection with the North-South center line of Belt Avenue; thence southwardly along the center line of said Belt Avenue to its intersection with the prolongation of the Southern alley line of the East-West alley in City Block 3877; thence eastwardly along said Southern alley line and Its prolongation to its intersection with the North-South center line of Union Boulevard Avenue; thence southwardly along said center line Union Boulevard and Its prolongation to its intersection with the East-West center line of Lindell Boulevard; thence westwardly along said center line of Lindell Boulevard to its intersection with the prolongation of the center line of Forest Park Parkway; thence more or less westwardly along the center line of said Forest Park Parkway and its prolongation to Its intersection with the North-South center line of DeBaliviere Avenue; thence northwardly along said center tine of DeBaliviere Avenue to its intersection with the prolongation of the Southern boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5522-00-0175 in City Block 5522 commonly known as 5720 DeGiverille Avenue; thence northwestwardly along said Southern boundary line to its intersection with its Western boundary line; thence northwardly along said Western boundary line to its intersection with its Northern boundary line; thence southeastwardly along said Northern boundary line to its intersection with its Western boundary line; thence northwardly along said boundary line to its intersection with Its Northern boundary line; thence eastwardly along said Northern boundary line to its intersection with the prolongation of the Western alley line of the North-South alley in City Block 5521, thence northwardly along said Western alley line and its prolongation, crossing Pershing Avenue to a point of intersection with the Western alley line of the North-South alley in City Block 5521, thence eastwardly crossing said North-South alley to the Western boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5521-00-0450, commonly known as 301-331 DeBaliviere Avenue; thence northwardly along said Western boundary line of parcel and its prolongation, crossing Waterman Boulevard and continuing northwardly along the Western boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5520-00-0275 in City Block 5520 commonly known as 5706-5722 McPherson Avenue, thence northwardly along said Western boundary line to its intersection with its Southern boundary line; thence westwardly along said Southern boundary line to its intersection with its Western boundary line, thence northwardly along said Western boundary line to its intersection with its Northern boundary line, also being the Southern street line of the East-West McPherson Avenue, thence eastwardly along said Northern boundary line to its intersection with its Western boundary line, thence northwardly along said Western boundary line to its intersection with its Southern boundary line, thence westwardly along said Southern boundary line to its intersection with its Western boundary line, thence northwardly along said Western boundary line to its intersection with its Northern boundary line, also being the Southern alley line of the East-West alley in City Block 5519; thence eastwardly along said Northern boundary line to its Intersection with its Western boundary line; thence northwardly along said Western boundary line and its prolongation, crossing Kingsbury Place to Its intersection with the Southwestern corner of City Parcel Locator Number 5667-00-0150 in City Block 5667 commonly known as 501-531 DeBaliviere Avenue; thence northwardly along said Western boundary line and continuing northwardly along all Western boundary lines of all adjacent parcels to its intersection with the Northern boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5668-00-0060 in City Block 5668 commonly known as 569 DeBaliviere Avenue; thence eastwardly along said Northern boundary line to its intersection with the Western street line of DeBaliviere Avenue; thence northwardly along said Western street line of DeBaliviere Avenue to its intersection with the Southern street line of Delmar Boulevard; also being the prolongation of the Northern boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5618-00-0040 in City Block 5618 commonly known as 566-586 DeBaliviere Avenue; thence eastwardly along said Southern lines, crossing DeBalivieve Avenue and continuing eastwardly along said Southern Street line of Delmar Boulevard and its prolongation to its intersection with the North-South center line of Clara Avenue, also being the prolongation of the Northern boundary line of City Parcel Locator Number 5618-00-0210 in City Block 5618 commonly known as 5600-5620 Delmar Boulevard, being the point of beginning.

Board Bills

Board Bill Number 116
Introduced by Alderwoman Shameem Clark Hubbard, Alderwoman Norma Walker

The proposed bill is recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment. The bill will apportion of funds received under the American Rescue Plan Act, and authorizes certain expenditures of such funds, to the extent received, and authorizes contracts and other documents to expend the funds, to the extent received.

Board Bill Number 121
Introduced by Alderwoman Shameem Clark Hubbard

This Board Bill seeks to repeal paragraph (A) of Section Two of Ordinance Number 69915, approved on January 20, 2015, and in lieu thereof enact a new paragraph extending the period of time during which the Debaliviere Place Special Business District shall be permitted to collect the tax within the boundaries therein established; submit to the qualified voters residing in the Debaliviere Place Special Business District a proposal to continue the levy of a tax on the real property located in said district for ten years; submit said proposal to the voters of said district at the General Election on April 4, 2023; and contains effectiveness and emergency clauses.

Board Bill Number 123
Introduced by Alderwoman Christine Ingrassia

The proposed bill makes a supplemental appropriation from the Northside Regeneration RPA A #135, Northside Regeneration RPA B #136, Northside Regeneration RPA C #151 and Northside Regeneration RPA D #152 special allocation funds (collectively, the “Northside Regeneration Special Allocation Funds”) to pay amounts currently due (1) with respect to the Market Street Rebuild Agreement, which involved the reconstruction of a portion of Market Street within and benefiting the Northside Regeneration Redevelopment Area and (2) legal fees associated with the Northside Regeneration Redevelopment Area.

Board Bill Number 125
Introduced by Alderwoman Marlene Davis

This is a Board Bill recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment appropriating a portion of funds received under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Pub. L. No. 117-2 (March 11, 2021) (ARPA). It authorizes certain expenditures of such funds, to the extent received. It authorizes contracts and other documents to expend the funds and it contains a severability and an emergency clause.

Board Bill Number 129
Introduced by Alderwoman Marlene Davis

This Board Bill eliminates the Argyle Special Allocation Funds for these Tax Increment Financing (Argyle TIF) because the City payed off and retired the obligation for said Argyle TIF. The Argyle Special Allocation Funds will pass through any PILOTs and EATs captured to the statutory Taxing Jurisdictions.

Resolutions

Resolution Number 140
Introduced by Alderwoman Shameem ClarkHubbard

This Honorable Board of Aldermen hereby directs the Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee to hold a public hearing to consider the continuation of the tax levy established in Ordinance Number 69915 on December 8, 2022 at 9:00 am via Webinar.

Event published: Sep 22, 2022 10:37 AM
Last updated: Dec 5, 2022 1:25 PM

Location:
Webinar

Sponsor:
Board of Aldermen

Email:
Kennedy, Terry

Phone:
(314) 622-3287

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