Community Jobs Board

Details about the Community Jobs Board

Overview

The Community Jobs Board shall create a labor, management and community sub-committee to review the impact of the chapter on specific projects and the Board shall review and provide feedback to the Agency on the manner in which this chapter is implemented and to review the results of the implementation of this chapter and provide feedback to the Agency on whether or not this chapter is achieving the intended results.

There are thirteen (13) members on the board.

Eleven (11) are appointed by the Mayor with BOA approval.

Apply to Serve (13 openings)
Openings include appointments labeled "Serving Beyond Term."

Board Members

Showing 11 active board members (maximum 13)
Name Role End Date
Henry Johnson III Member 12/31/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Sal Valadez Member 12/31/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Anthony Shahid Member 03/09/2020
Serving Beyond Term
Darryl Grimes Member 12/31/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Yakita Haynes Member 12/31/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Saladin (Sal) Martinez Member 12/31/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Rev. Calvin Strong Member 12/31/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Len Toenjes Member 12/31/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Lewis (Lew) Moye Member 03/07/2016
Serving Beyond Term
JoAnn Williams Member 03/07/2016
Serving Beyond Term
Jeffrey (Jeff) Aboussie Member 12/10/2012
Serving Beyond Term

Authorizing Legislation

Ordinance 69427, Ordinance 68412, City Code 3.110.070

Board Duties and Purpose

The Community Jobs Board shall create a labor, management and community sub-committee to review the impact of the chapter on specific projects and the Board shall review and provide feedback to the Agency on the manner in which this chapter is implemented and to review the results of the implementation of this chapter and provide feedback to the Agency on whether or not this chapter is achieving the intended results. The Agency shall provide quarterly reports, including a report of any waivers granted by the Agency during the preceding quarter, to the Community Jobs Board and shall schedule quarterly meetings of the Community Jobs Board.

City Code 3.110.070

Member Requirements

Appointments require Board of Aldermen approval.

The Mayor of the City of St. Louis with the President of the Board of Aldermen shall appoint a Community Jobs Board with approval from the Board of Aldermen, which shall have thirteen (13) members.

Two (2) members shall be appointees of the Comptroller;

Two (2) representatives of women construction contractors' associations;

Two (2) members shall be representatives of minority construction contractors' association(s);

Three (3) members shall be representatives of community and faith based organizations;

Two (2) members shall be representatives of construction labor unions; and

Two (2) members shall be representatives of general and prime construction contractor associations.

Members of the Community Jobs Board shall serve in staggered 2-year terms.

City Code 3.110.070

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