Board Bill Number 225 | Session 2014-2015

Establishing the Citizen Commission on the Reduction and Reformation of the Board of Aldermen

Board Bill

BOARD BILL NO. 225 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN SHANE COHN An ordinance adopted to establish a Citizen Commission to be known as "The Citizen Commission on the Reduction and Reformation of the Board of Aldermen" which Commission's purpose shall be to collect community input, gather information, conduct community outreach, study and provide advisory opinion/s to the Board of Aldermen on the implementation of Ordinance #69185, which measure was passed by the electorate of the City of St. Louis, and calls for a restructuring of the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Louis from a body of twenty-eight aldermen representing twenty-eight wards to a body of fourteen aldermen representing fourteen wards, and provides for a transition schedule to implement the restructuring.

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Legislative History

Sponsor: Shane Cohn
Committee: Legislation
Actions: 12/12/2014 First Reading

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