Board Bill Number 241 | Session 2010-2011

Prohibiting outdoor advertising signs

Board Bill

BOARD BILL NO. 241 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN ALFRED WESSELS JR., ALDERWOMAN PHYLLIS YOUNG, ALDERMAN JOSEPH VACCARO, ALDERMAN FRED HEITERT, ALDERWOMAN JENNIFER FLORIDA, ALDERMAN MATT VILLA An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission repealing §18 of Ordinance 59979, and also repealing Ordinances 60949, 63686, 63858, 64459, 65790, which amended Ordinance 59979 which ordinances are codified as Section 26.68 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis; repealing Ordinance 60704 and 62701, which amended Ordinance 60704, and is codified as Section 24.44 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis; and enacting a new Ordinance which will amend Section 26.68 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis by adding definitions, new regulations and prohibiting digital outdoor general advertising devices and digital signs in certain districts; containing a substitution clause, penalty clause, savings clause, severability clause, and emergency clause.

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Legislative History

Sponsor: Fred Wessels Jr.
Co-Sponsors: Charles Troupe
Dionne Flowers
Phyllis Young
Kenneth Ortmann
Matt Villa
Fred Heitert
Jennifer Florida
Craig N Schmid
Joseph Vaccaro
Shane Cohn
Gregory Carter
Lyda Krewson
Committee: Housing, Urban Development and Zoning
Actions: 02/10/2011 Third Reading
02/04/2011 Perfection
01/28/2011 Second Reading
12/10/2010 First Reading


Effective Date: 02/14/2011
Ordinance #: 68849

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