Ordinances by Alderman Tammika Hubbard

Ordinances introduced, authored, and co-authored by this alderman

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71218 Street and/or Alley Vacation
The overall purpose for this bill is to conditionally vacate the following public street and alley. Montgomery from Glasgow eastwardly 136.0 ± .75 feet to a point previously vacated by Ordinance 66616. 15 foot wide north/south alley in City Block 1897 beginning at Montgomery and extending 118.67' to a point previously vacated by Ordinance 66616. The Petitioner is Sensient Colors Inc d/b/a Sensient Colors LLC. The vacated areas will be used to consolidate property to improve safety and security.
71209 Amending Excise Codes
The proposed bill seeks to amend certain chapters of the Excise Code to permit appropriately licensed persons and premises to sell intoxicating beverages for consumption off the licensed premises, not in their original packaging, accompanied by a food purchase, in designated places, until December 31, 2020.
71188 Transfer of City Owned Property at 1100 Monroe Street and 1101 Madison Street to the St. Louis Board of Education
The City of St. Louis is the owner of certain real property located at 1100 Monroe Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63106 and 1101 Madison Street, St. Louis, MO 63106 (the “Property”). The Property is the two playgrounds on each side of Webster School. The Board of Education has maintained the Property since the school was built. The City will transfer the Property to the Board of Education to allow the Board of Education to have ownership of the Property that the Board of Education has always maintained.
71186 Police Use of Force Policies
The overall purpose and/or reasons for the bill is to direct the Commissioner of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department to provide updates to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s Use of Force Policy. The bill will require the Commissioner of Police to update the Use of Force Policy to include: 1. Ban officers from using chokeholds or strangleholds as a use of force method; 2. Require officers to use de-escalation tactics when appropriate and possible in place of use of force tactics; 3. Establish a duty to intervene policy, which would require officers to either stop or attempt to stop another sworn employee when force is being inappropriately applied or is no longer required; and 4. Edit the current use of force reporting policy to include comprehensive reporting and require officers to complete a report if a weapon is drawn and pointed at a civilian(s) regardless if the weapon was discharged or not. The bill will improve the current use of force policy enacted by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, which could lead a better relationship between the police and the communities they serve. As the Ferguson Commission report states, "The regular use of force has led many citizens to view the police as an occupying force in their neighborhoods, damaging community trust and making community safety even more difficult." According to the report, efforts to repair the relationship between police and the communities they serve "must begin through changes in use-of-force policies."
71179 Expansion of the Port Authority District Boundaries
Overall Purpose/Reasons for the Board Bill The City of St. Louis Port Authority port district boundaries currently include approximately 6,000 acres, primarily along the City’s 19-mile riverfront. Every other port district in Missouri is coterminous with the boundaries of the city or county (or counties) that created the port district. Examples include Kansas City, St. Louis County and Jefferson County. Expanding the boundaries of the City of St. Louis Port Authority as proposed by Board Bill Number 28 will allow the City of St. Louis Port Authority to qualify for additional federal and state grant programs and to participate in development and infrastructure projects throughout the expanded boundaries, as described below. What the Board Bill Will Do Expand the boundaries of the City of St. Louis Port Authority as shown on the map attached as Exhibit A to Board Bill Number 28. The Impact of the Board Bill to the Community Over the last 10 years, the City of St. Louis Port Authority has received approximately $1 million from the Port Security Grant Program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for video surveillance along the riverfront and to supplement technology at the Real Time Crime Center. A larger port district will enable the Port Authority to qualify for additional federal and state grant programs, including but not limited to the Port Security Grant Program, for City-wide safety and security enhancements and other eligible purposes. In 2016, the Missouri General Assembly authorized port authorities to create Advanced Industrial Manufacturing (AIM) zones. Within an AIM zone, a port authority may receive one-half of State withholding taxes attributable to new jobs within the zone. A larger port district will enable the Port Authority to leverage these state funds for a wide range of infrastructure and other development purposes within the AIM zone. In 2010, the Missouri General Assembly authorized port authorities, with the approval of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission and the circuit court, to create Port Improvement Districts upon request of property owners within the boundaries of any proposed district. Similar to a transportation development district or a community improvement district, the qualified voters within a Port Improvement District may elect to impose a sales tax and/or a property tax to fund qualified costs within the boundaries of the Port Improvement District. A larger port district will enable the City of St. Louis Port Authority to make this job-creation program available in more parts of the City.
71159 Honorary Naming of a Street to Alderman Samuel Moore Way
The proposed bill authorizes the installation of an honorary street sign, Alderman Samuel Moore Way, at the intersection of Garfield Avenue and Newstead Avenue.
71153 Improvements to InterCo Plaza
The City of St. Louis owns and maintains Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and Hadley Street as public streets within the City. 900 North is the owner of constructed improvements located at 900 N. Tucker in the City of St. Louis, Missouri. InterCo Plaza consists of several parcels located along Dr. Martin Luther King Drive (“InterCo Plaza"), which is adjacent to the 900 North Building, adjoined by Saint Louis Public Schools, Northside Regeneration, and the City of St. Louis. 900 North is purchasing property that abuts the streets and is located at 900 N. Tucker. 900 North desires to make certain improvements to the streets and the related City-owned facilities. The City desires to allow owner to make improvements to the streets and exclusively use the streets, subject to the terms and conditions of a Cooperation Agreement. The proposed board bill will have a positive impact on the community, as it will improve infrastructure and beautification in the relevant area.
71152 Improvements 900 N. Tucker
900 North is the owner of constructed improvements located at 900 N Tucker in the City of St. Louis, Missouri (“900 North Building”). InterCo Plaza consists of several parcels located along Dr. Martin Luther King Drive (“InterCo Plaza"), which is adjacent to the 900 North Building. Pursuant to a Maintenance Agreement, the City of St. Louis will grant 900 North a permit to enter upon InterCo Plaza to perform maintenance services directly to InterCo Plaza, which services shall include landscape improvements, mowing and trimming the grass, trees, and shrubs. The proposed board bill will have a positive impact on the community, as it will preserve infrastructure and beautification in the relevant area.
71112 Pay Bill Collector of Revenue
An ordinance relating to the appointment of and salaries of certain Employees in the Collector of Revenue's Office pursuant to Section 82.610, Revised Statutes of Missouri, by repealing Ordinances 70020; allocating certain other employees to a grade with rate; and including an emergency clause. The provisions of the sections contained in this ordinance shall be effective with the start of the first pay period following approval by the Mayor.
71110 The Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Area and Plan LCRA Law
Overall Purpose/Reasons for the Board Bill The Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Area consists of approximately 34.7 acres, including rights-of-way, and is generally comprised of I-64 exit and entrance ramps and associated rights-of-way, Aloe Plaza West park, surface parking, and vacant and occupied commercial buildings. The Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Plan contemplates that the Redevelopment Area will be redeveloped for use as a stadium and associated team facilities, but Aloe Plaza West will remain a public park owned by the City. The Redevelopment Plan contemplates 25 years of real property tax abatement on the value of improvements constructed within the Redevelopment Area, as well as certain other incentives. To implement those incentives, the Redevelopment Plan and the Redevelopment Area must qualify under both the LCRA Law (Chapter 99) and the Urban Redevelopment Corporation Law (Chapter 353). What the Board Bill Will Do Approves the Redevelopment Plan under the LCRA Law. Key points: • Declares the Redevelopment Area as “blighted” under the LCRA Law. • Approves condemnation for property located at 2008-2012 Olive Street. • Requires Redeveloper to comply with all City requirements relating to non-discrimination and MBE and WBE utilization. • A companion Board Bill (Board Bill Number 215) approves declares the Redevelopment Area to be blighted under Chapter 353 and approves a Master Redevelopment Agreement and other documents in connection with the project. The Main Components of the Board Bill The Project • Approximately 22,500-seat professional soccer stadium. • Team offices. • Practice fields. • Parking facilities. • Renovated Aloe Plaza West (which will remain a City-owned public park). • Various street, sidewalk and utility improvements. Available Incentives • 25-year real property tax abatement on the assessed value of the stadium (the Redeveloper will pay real property taxes on the value of the underlying land during this period). • Sales tax exemption on the purchase of construction materials used to complete the stadium and related team facilities. • Creation of a community improvement district and transportation development district (each imposing a 1% sales tax) to assist in funding public infrastructure components of the project. • If the port district is extended to include the project site (which would require passage of a separate board bill), the potential creation of a port improvement district (that would impose a 1% sales tax) to assist in funding public infrastructure components of the project. • Abatement of amusement tax (which is already applicable for this type of project pursuant to Chapter 8.08 of the City Code). Redeveloper Responsibilities and Obligations • Acquire the property and construct the project. • Comply with generally applicable MBE/WBE, competitive bidding, prevailing wage, First Source employment and living wage requirements. • Keep the stadium and related facilities in good repair. • Cooperate with the LCRA to identify potential locations for off-site parking that would be beneficial to both fans attending soccer matches and businesses in the downtown west area. • If the team relocates within 10 years, pay to the City the sum of $15 million reduced by $1.5 million for each year or portion thereof that the team operates within the City. City/LCRA Responsibilities and Obligations • Facilitate the incentives described above. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper to acquire the necessary property. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper to identify and obtain other funding sources, such as assistance from the State of Missouri. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper with respect to signage, security, marketing, traffic management, street maintenance, sidewalk utilization, construction staging, etc. in generally the same manner as the City cooperates with the Cardinals and the Blues. The Impact of the Board Bill to the Community The Board Bill will incentivize the Redeveloper to invest more than $500 million in the City to attract an expansion Major League Soccer franchise and construct a professional soccer stadium and related team facilities.
71109 Authorizes the Master Redevelopment Agreement for the Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Area
Overall Purpose/Reasons for the Board Bill The Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Area consists of approximately 34.7 acres, including rights-of-way, and is generally comprised of I-64 exit and entrance ramps and associated rights-of-way, Aloe Plaza West park, surface parking, and vacant and occupied commercial buildings. The Soccer Stadium Redevelopment Plan contemplates that the Redevelopment Area will be redeveloped for use as a stadium and associated team facilities, but Aloe Plaza West will remain a public park owned by the City. The Redevelopment Plan contemplates 25 years of real property tax abatement on the value of improvements constructed within the Redevelopment Area, as well as certain other incentives. To implement those incentives, the Redevelopment Plan and the Redevelopment Area must qualify under both the LCRA Law (Chapter 99) and the Urban Redevelopment Corporation Law (Chapter 353). What the Board Bill Will Do Approves the Redevelopment Plan under Chapter 353 and authorizes the Master Redevelopment Agreement. Key points: • Declares the Redevelopment Area as “blighted” under Chapter 353. • Approves condemnation for property located at 2008-2012 Olive Street. • Requires Redeveloper to comply with all City requirements relating to non-discrimination and MBE and WBE utilization. • Approves Master Redevelopment Agreement (described below) and related documents: o Cooperation Agreement regarding improvements to Aloe Plaza West o Cooperation and Transportation Project Agreement regarding proposed CID and TDD o Encroachment Agreement regarding reconstruction of Market Street • A companion Board Bill (Board Bill Number 216) will declare the Redevelopment Area as “blighted” and approve the Redevelopment Plan under the LCRA Law The Main Components of the Board Bill The Project • Approximately 22,500-seat professional soccer stadium. • Team offices. • Practice fields. • Parking facilities. • Renovated Aloe Plaza West (which will remain a City-owned public park). • Various street, sidewalk and utility improvements. Available Incentives • 25-year real property tax abatement on the assessed value of the stadium (the Redeveloper will pay real property taxes on the value of the underlying land during this period). • Sales tax exemption on the purchase of construction materials used to complete the stadium and related team facilities. • Creation of a community improvement district and transportation development district (each imposing a 1% sales tax) to assist in funding public infrastructure components of the project. • If the port district is extended to include the project site (which would require passage of a separate board bill), the potential creation of a port improvement district (that would impose a 1% sales tax) to assist in funding public infrastructure components of the project. • Abatement of amusement tax (which is already applicable for this type of project pursuant to Chapter 8.08 of the City Code). Redeveloper Responsibilities and Obligations • Acquire the property and construct the project. • Comply with generally applicable MBE/WBE, competitive bidding, prevailing wage, First Source employment and living wage requirements. • Keep the stadium and related facilities in good repair. • Cooperate with the LCRA to identify potential locations for off-site parking that would be beneficial to both fans attending soccer matches and businesses in the downtown west area. • If the team relocates within 10 years, pay to the City the sum of $15 million reduced by $1.5 million for each year or portion thereof that the team operates within the City. City/LCRA Responsibilities and Obligations • Facilitate the incentives described above. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper to acquire the necessary property. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper to identify and obtain other funding sources, such as assistance from the State of Missouri. • Cooperate with the Redeveloper with respect to signage, security, marketing, traffic management, street maintenance, sidewalk utilization, construction staging, etc. in generally the same manner as the City cooperates with the Cardinals and the Blues. The Impact of the Board Bill to the Community The Board Bills will incentivize the Redeveloper to invest more than $500 million in the City to attract an expansion Major League Soccer franchise and construct a professional soccer stadium and related team facilities.
71089 Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan and Blighting Study for the 2127 North 11th St. Redevelopment Area
This Board Bill seeks to approve a Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan and Blighting Study for the 2127 North 11th St. Redevelopment Area. This Board Bill will allow up to fifteen (15) years of tax abatement as follows: ten years (10) years of tax full abatement followed by five (5) years of tax abatement based on 50% of the assessed value of incremental improvements. The project consists of renovation of the vacant Webster school in the Old North neighborhood. The prospective redeveloper plans renovating the school into 45 senior citizen residential units, and building 4 units behind the school, all 2 bedrooms, at the cost of $ 8.1 million. The redeveloper plans to utilize LIHTC and private funds for this project.
71088 Expansion of St. Louis Square, Inc. operations
Overall Purpose/Reasons for the Board Bill This Board Bill will facilitate personal property tax abatement and sales and use tax exemption incentives in connection with Square, Inc.’s expansion of its St. Louis operations, which includes the creation of more than 250 jobs and the relocation of Square’s St. Louis offices to the former Post-Dispatch building located at 900 N. Tucker Boulevard. What the Board Bill Will Do This Board Bill will authorize an industrial revenue bond transaction that will facilitate the following incentives: • 10 years of personal property tax abatement (75% abatement in years 1 – 5; 50% abatement in years 6 – 10); • Sales and use tax exemption on the purchase of personal property; and • Sales and use tax exemption on the purchase of construction materials used for tenant improvements The industrial revenues bonds will be purchased by Square and will be payable only from lease revenues paid by Square, and not from any City tax revenues. The City approved similar industrial revenue bond transactions for Anheuser Busch in 2018 (Ordinance No. 70921), in 2017 for Huvepharma (Ordinance No. 70590), and in 2015 for Square’s initial expansion into St. Louis (Ordinance No. 70132). The Main Components of the Board Bill The Board Bill (1) approves a Plan for an Industrial Development Project, which is attached as Exhibit A to the Board Bill, as is required by Chapter 100, RSMo. for this type of incentive, and (2) authorizes the issuance of the industrial revenue bonds to facilitate the above-described incentives. The Impact of the Board Bill to the Community The Board Bill will incentivize Square to create invest approximately $45 - $50 million in the City and create more than 250 jobs. A Cost/Benefit Analysis describing the financial impacts of the tax incentives on the various taxing districts is included in Exhibit A to the Board Bill and will be sent to each of the taxing districts, as required by Chapter 100, RSMo.
71075 Street Naming for Karlie Kloss Way
The proposed bill creates the honorary street name Karlie Kloss Way, in recognition of the contributions that fashion model, entrepreneur, and CEO of Kode With Karlie, Karlie Kloss has made on the City of St. Louis, which honorary street shall begin at the intersection of Washington Avenue and North 16th Street and run east on Washington Avenue to the intersection with North 15th Street.
71072 Unlawful Possession of a Handgun by a Minor
The purpose of this bill is to create the municipal ordinance violation of Unlawful Possession of a Handgun by a Minor under the age of eighteen (18) years. While the State of Missouri preempts most of the field of gun regulation, this bill seeks to take advantage of the federal law prohibiting, except in certain exempted circumstances, a juvenile from possessing a handgun, and to create a regulation to enforce this prohibition that is consistent with regulation allowed by state statute. This bill includes a Penalty provision for violation which is not to exceed $500.00 in fines, and/or 30 days incarceration. This bill is an exercise of the police power of the City of St. Louis with the goal of improving safety for all, creating a new tool to use against gun violence, and averting future problems by addressing gun possession by minors. This bill should have a positive impact on the community.
71067 900 N. Tucker Blvd Redevelopment Area
Designates portion of the City as 900 N. Tucker Blvd Redevelopment Area and adopts and approves TIF and Redevelopment Plan for the rehabilitation and renovation of a mixed-use building containing office and commercial space.
71066 Authorizing the Issuance of Revenue Notes
Authorizes the Redevelopment Agreement with Developer in order to implement the Project and enable Developer to carry out the Redevelopment Plan.
71065 Tax Increment Financing for the 900 N. Tucker Redevelopment Project
Authorizes the Redevelopment Agreement with Developer in order to implement the Project and enable Developer to carry out the Redevelopment Plan.
71041 Gun Background Check
An ordinance establishing reporting requirements for dealers selling firearms to report failures of a background check system when a firearm purchase is denied within the limits of the City of St. Louis. In 2018, there were 1,419 aggravated assaults with a firearm in the City of St. Louis. To date, there have been more than 1,700 aggravated assaults with a firearm in the City. The increased use of guns and the flow of illegal guns into the City has negatively impacted the overall safety of the residents. Additionally, the State of Missouri does not require a background check prior to the transfer of a firearm between unlicensed parties. The State also does not require firearms dealers to obtain a state license. In Missouri, all firearm transfers by licensed dealers are processed directly through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. If an applicant fails the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, there are no reporting requirements regarding the failed background check. This ordinance creates reporting requirements for those instances.
71038 Healthworks Hospital Project
The Healthworks Hospital Project is a 3-bed hospital, expandable up to 103,000 square feet, with a 24-hour emergency room and associated public infrastructure improvements, at the cost of approximately $72,900,000 for all phases. This 2019 Board Bill authorizes the execution of an Amended and Restated Parcel Development Agreement for the Healthworks Hospital Project.
71026 Cure Violence
An ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, making a supplemental appropriation to the Annual Budget Ordinance 70963 for Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020 amounting to the sum of Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000) for the purpose of providing funding for the violence prevention alternative program, “Cure Violence,” and containing an Emergency Clause.
71021 Redevelopment Plan for 1528-30 Locust
An ordinance approving a blighting study and Redevelopment Plan for the 1528-1530 Locust
71018 An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 1221 Locust St.
An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 1221 Locust St.
70982 Medical Marijuana
An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission pertaining to the Zoning Code, Title 26; amending Chapter 26.08 of the Revised Code by adding a cross-reference in the definition section for marijuana related uses; adding a new Chapter to the Zoning Code, Title 26, pertaining to the regulation of medical marijuana facilities and including sections on the purpose, definitions, use regulations and site requirements for Medical Marijuana Facilities, to be codified as Chapter 26.70 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis (“Revised Code”); and containing a severability and an emergency clause.
70906 Al’s Restaurant, located at 1200 N. 1st Street
An ordinance pertaining to the Al’s Restaurant, located at 1200 N. 1st Street (the Property), having as subject matter the designation of the Property as a City of St. Louis Landmark, containing definitions, Landmark Standards and a severability clause.
70891 Opioid Crisis
An ordinance authorizing and directing the Director of the City of St. Louis Department of Health to enter into and execute an Opioid Crisis Response Services Contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services in order to help to fund some personnel costs, auto travel reimbursement and equipment/supplies for a Crisis Resource Response Team, upon approval of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, and to expend funds by entering into contracts or otherwise for the Opioid Crisis Response Services Contract purposes and containing an emergency clause.
70756 Ordinance amending Civilian Oversight Board Bill
BOARD BILL NO. 233 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN PAMELA BOYD, ALDERMAN BRANDON BOSLEY, ALDERMAN SAMUEL MOORE, ALDERWOMAN MARLENE DAVIS, ALDERMAN FRANK WILLIAMSON, ALDERMAN JEFFREY BOYD, ALDERMAN TERRY KENNEDY, ALDERWOMAN LISA MIDDLEBROOK, ALDERMAN JOHN COLLINS MUHAMMAD, ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD, PRESIDENT LEWIS REED, ALDERWOMAN CARA SPENCER, ALDERMAN DAN GUENTHER, ALDERWOMAN MEGAN GREEN, ALDERMAN SHANE COHN, ALDERWOMAN CHRISTINE INGRASSIA, ALDERWOMAN HEATHER NAVARRO An ordinance amending Ordinance 69984 (which established the City of St. Louis Civilian Oversight Board, known as the “COB”) to empower the COB to issue subpoenas to compel the appearance of witnesses, produce documents, recordings and other evidence which the COB determines in its reasonable judgment are relevant and necessary to its thorough Inspection and Review of Complaints of misconduct by members of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department which may be subject to COB Independent Investigation.
70640 Rezoning for NGA
BOARD BILL NO. 106 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD & ALDERMAN BRANDON BOSLEY An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission on August 2, 2017, to change the zoning of property as indicated on the District Map and in City Blocks 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 2314, 2315, 2316, 2317, 2318, 2319, 2324, 2325, 2326, 2327, 2328, 2329, 2345, 2356 and 2347, from “A” Single-Family Dwelling District, “C” Multiple-Family Dwelling District, “D” Multiple-Family Dwelling District, “F” Neighborhood Commercial District, “G” Local Commercial and Office District and “J” Industrial District to “H” Area Commercial District only, at 2200-50, 2201-49, 2303-37, 2346-50, 2500-48 and 2501-47 Benton, 2201-47, 2301-23, 2401-23 and 2501-29 Cass, 1516-30 and 1800-12 No. Jefferson, 2200-48, 2201-41, 2300-48, 2301-51, 2500-30 and 2501-49 Madison, 2201-33, 2301-39, 2500-30 and 2501-55 Maiden, 2201-49, 2214-46, 2300-48, 2301-43 and 2500-44 Montgomery, 2200-18, 2201-37, 2300-64, 2305-49, 2500-14, and 2507-37 Mullanphy, 2200-48, 2201-51, 2300-48, 2301-49, 2500-54 and 2501-51 North Market, 1505-07, 1827-31 and 2407-11 and 2611-19 No. 22nd St., 1617, 1618, 1804, 1814-24, 2517-25 and 2609-11 No. 23rd, 1514-20, 1700-02 and 2701 No. 25th St, and 2200-46, 2205-51, 2301-47, 2308-26, 2500-48 and 2501-45 Warren, so as to include the described parcels of land in City Blocks 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 2314, 2315, 2316, 2317, 2318, 2319, 2324, 2325, 2326, 2327, 2328, 2329, 2345, 2356 and 2347; and containing an emergency clause.
70574 Ordinance regarding development plans for Madison Acres Area
BOARD BILL NO. 90 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN BRANDON BOSLEY & ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance repealing Ordinance Nos. 54425, 58949 and 63534 approving Development Plans and Redevelopment Plans for the Mullanphy Urban Development Area, the Montgomery Industrial / Commercial Park, Industrial / Commercial Area and the Madison Acres Plan for the Madison Acres Area, respectively and authorizing certain actions relating thereto, and containing severability and emergency clauses.
70538 Jefferson Arms TIF Note
BOARD BILL #299 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An Ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and directing the issuance and delivery of not to exceed $20,000,000 plus issuance costs principal amount of tax increment revenue notes (Jefferson Arms Redevelopment Project) Series 20__-A/B, of The City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing the form and details of such notes and the covenants and agreements made by the City to facilitate and protect the payment thereof; prescribing other matters relating thereto, and containing a severability clause.
70526 Healthworks TIF Note
BOARD BILL # 276 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and directing the issuance and delivery of not to exceed $6,475,000 plus issuance costs principal amount of Tax Increment Revenue Notes (Northside Regeneration—Healthworks Hospital Project) Series 20___-A/B, of the City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing the form and details of such notes and the covenants and agreements made by the City to facilitate and protect the payment thereof; prescribing other matters relating thereto, and containing a severability clause.
70525 Healthworks Parcel Development Ageement
BOARD BILL #275 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance authorizing the execution of a Parcel Development Agreement by and among the City of St. Louis, Missouri, Northside Regeneration, LLC, and Northside Urgent Care Property, LLC; Prescribing the form and details of said Parcel Development Agreement; Authorizing certain actions by City officials; and containing a severability clause.
70524 vacation of alley at St. Louis Avenue, 22nd, Cass, Jefferson
BOARD BILL NO. 266 INTRODUCED BY: ALDERMAN FREEMAN BOSLEY, SR. and TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance recommended by the Board of Public Service to vacate above surface, surface and sub-service rights for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel in several streets and alleys bounded by St. Louis Ave. on the north, 22nd St. on the east, Cass Ave. on the south and Jefferson Ave./Parnell St. on the west in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as hereinafter described, in accordance with Charter authority, and in conformity with Section l4 of Article XXI of the Charter and imposing certain conditions on such vacation.
70501 Jefferson Arms TIF Agreement
BOARD BILL #298 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An Ordinance affirming adoption of a redevelopment plan, redevelopment area, and redevelopment project; authorizing the execution of a redevelopment agreement between the City of St. Louis and Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC; prescribing the form and details of said agreement; designating Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC as developer of the redevelopment area; making certain findings with respect thereto; authorizing other related actions in connection with the redevelopment of certain property within the redevelopment area; and containing a severability clause.
70500 Jefferson Arms TIF Plan
BOARD BILL #297 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An Ordinance designating a portion of the City of St. Louis, Missouri as a redevelopment area known as the Jefferson Arms Redevelopment Area pursuant to the Real Property Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act; adopting and approving a redevelopment plan, adopting and approving a redevelopment project with respect thereto; adopting tax increment financing within the redevelopment area; making findings with respect thereto; establishing the Jefferson Arms Special Allocation Fund; authorizing certain actions by City officials; and containing a severability clause.
70486 vacation of alley at Delmar, 14th, Lucas, 15th
BOARD BILL #262 INTRODUCED BY: ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance recommended by the Board of Public Service to conditionally vacate above surface, surface and sub-surface rights for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel in the eastern 141.28 ± 3.72 feet of the irregular width alley in City Block 527 as bounded by Delmar, 14th, Lucas and 15th in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as hereinafter described, in accordance with Charter authority, and in conformity with Section l4 of Article XXI of the Charter and imposing certain conditions on such vacation.
70440 Choice Implementation Grant Bill
BOARD BILL NO. 257 INTRODUCED BY: Alderwoman Tammika Hubbard An ordinance, recommended by the Board of Estimate & Apportionment, authorizing and directing the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St. Louis, on behalf of the City, to enter into and execute an agreement or agreements with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) for the receipt of Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Funding; appropriating the sum of Twenty-Nine Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($29,500,000) which the City has been awarded as a Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant for the Near North Side; authorizing and directing the Director of the Community Development Administration (“CDA”) to contract with municipal agencies, non-profit corporations and other entities, as necessary for the expenditure of Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Funding; and directing the Comptroller to issue warrants thereon upon the City Treasury; and containing an emergency clause.
70429 Redevelopment plan for 1501-09 Washington
BOARD BILL NO. 61 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An ordinance approving a blighting study and redevelopment plan dated February 23, 2016 for the 1501-09 Washington Ave. Redevelopment Area (as further defined herein, the “Plan”) after finding that said Redevelopment Area (“Area”) is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, as amended (the "Statute" being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 RSMo inclusive, as amended); containing a description of the boundaries of the Area in the City of St. Louis ("City"), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Attachment "A", finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan attached hereto and incorporated herein as Attachment "B", pursuant to Section 99.430 RSMo, as amended; finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the redevelopment of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for redevelopment of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”), a public body corporate and politic created under Missouri law, through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that none of the property within the Area is occupied, and if it should become occupied, the Redeveloper(s) (as defined herein) shall be responsible for providing relocation assistance pursuant to the Plan to any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available up to a fifteen (15) year real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of this St. Louis Board of Aldermen (“Board”) and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan; and containing a severability clause.
70389 Greenleaf TIF note
BOARD BILL #149 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An Ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and directing the issuance and delivery of not to exceed $2,800,000 plus issuance costs principal amount of Tax Increment Revenue Notes (Northside Regeneration--Greenleaf Project) Series 20__-A/B, of the City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing the form and details of such notes and the covenants and agreements made by the City to facilitate and protect the payment thereof; prescribing other matters relating thereto, and containing a severability clause.
70384 Tucker and Cass CID
BOARD BILL # 150 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE PETITION TO ESTABLISH THE TUCKER & CASS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT; ESTABLISHING THE TUCKER & CASS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT AS A POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI; CONFIRMING THE PRIOR DETERMINATION THAT THE TUCKER & CASS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT IS A BLIGHTED AREA; FINDING A PUBLIC PURPOSE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TUCKER & CASS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT; APPROVING APPOINTMENT OF THE INITIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS; APPROVING A DISTRICT PROJECT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS AND THE TUCKER & CASS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT; AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER ACTIONS; AND CONTAINING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE.
70351 Ordinance authorizing Parcel Development Agreement
BOARD BILL # 93 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN TAMMIKA HUBBARD An Ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing the execution of a Parcel Development Agreement by and among The City of St. Louis, Missouri, Northside Regeneration, LLC, and St. Louis Grocery Real Estate, LLC; prescribing the form and details of said Parcel Development Agreement; authorizing certain actions by City officials; and containing a severability clause.

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