Board Bill Number 14 In Session 2022-2023
Tent Shelters on Public Right of Ways
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.
Latest Bill text:
- Introduced (103.87 KB PDF)
Primary Sponsors: Tom Oldenburg
Latest Activity: Perfection
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Bill text was introduced (103.87 KB PDF).04/29/2022
Referred to a Committee
The bill was assigned to the Public Safety Committee.05/04/2022
The bill was passed out of committee with a recommendation of do pass during the Public Safety Committee hearing.05/06/2022
The bill was placed on the informal calendar.12/13/2022
The bill was placed on the informal calendar.01/13/2023
The bill was placed on the informal calendar.01/20/2023
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