Ordinances by Alderman Lewis E Reed

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71393 American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Pub. L. No. 117-2, § 9901 (March 11, 2021
The United States government recently has enacted legislation appropriating additional funding for City activities and expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Ordinance, the Board of Aldermen authorizes the Mayor or his or her designees to apply for and accept funds received from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Pub. L. No. 117-2, § 9901 (March 11, 2021), directs the Comptroller to establish a new account for the receipt of funds (solely to the extent received), appropriates the funds (solely to the extent received); containing a severability clause; and containing an emergency clause. Appropriation of this funding will greatly benefit the public by providing additional resources for addressing housing instability and public health and welfare.
71366 Policy for Disclosing and Reporting Conflicts of Interests
The proposed bill repeals Ordinance 71025, which establishes the City’s policy for disclosing and reporting conflicts of interests and substantial personal interests by elected officials and certain City officers, and reestablishes and reaffirms said policy. Sections 105.483(11) and 105.485, 4 Revised Statutes of Missouri require that elected officials and certain officers file a personal financial interest statement. Section 105.485, 4 Revised Statutes of Missouri requires political subdivisions, such as the City, to establish a policy for disclosing potential conflicts of interest and substantial interests by ordinance on a biennial basis.
71361 Annual Appropriation Transit Sales Tax Account Two
This Bill is the City’s annual appropriation of the Transit Sales Tax imposed pursuant to Section 94.660, RSMo., from the City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account TWO in the amount of $10,523,000 to the Bi-State Development Agency for the period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. This Bill contains an emergency clause.
71360 City’s Annual Appropriation of the Transportation Sales Tax
This Bill is the City’s annual appropriation of the Transportation Sales Tax imposed pursuant to Section 94.600 through 94.655, RSMo., from the City Transportation Trust Fund in the amount of $20,110,000 to the Bi-State Development Agency for transportation purposes for the period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. This Bill contains an emergency clause.
71359 City’s Annual Appropriation of the Transit Sales Tax Account One
This Bill is the City’s annual appropriation of the Transit Sales Tax imposed pursuant to Section 94.660, RSMo., from the City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account ONE in the amount of $10,523,000 to the Bi-State Development Agency for the period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. This Bill contains an emergency clause.
71345 City Annual Budget FY2022
This bill is the City’s Annual Budget Appropriation for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of One Billion, One Hundred Fifty-Three Million, Six Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-Nine Dollars ($1,153,649,859) which sum is hereby appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds named for the purposes hereinafter enumerated and containing an emergency clause.
71312 COVID-19 Additional Federal Funding
The United States government recently has enacted legislation appropriating additional funding for City activities and distributions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Ordinance, the Board of Aldermen authorizes the receipt of and appropriates funds (solely to the extent received) from the Department of the Treasury for emergency rental and other housing assistance, from the Department of Health and Human Services for emergency health programs, and under the Low-Income Household Drinking Water and Wastewater Emergency Assistance Program; and containing an emergency clause. Appropriation of this funding will greatly benefit the public by providing resources for addressing housing instability, public health, and utility needs during the pandemic.
71305 Honorary Street Naming to Kim Massie Way
The proposed bill would create the honorary street name Kim Massie Way, beginning at the intersection of North Broadway and Convention Plaza and running south on North Broadway to the intersection of North Broadway and Lucas Avenue.
71304 Grant from the National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Inc. (CDC Foundation)
Authorizes the Acting Director of the City of St. Louis Department of Health to accept a Two Hundred Thousand Dollar ($200,000) grant from the National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Inc. (CDC Foundation), with a Project Name of COVID-19 Care Kits for Faith-Based Communities and known as Project #1085, to develop messaging and COVID-19 packages for distribution to Communities of Faith, as well as community assessments of the impact of COVID-19 resources and faith based messaging, primarily for persons of color and in those communities hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
71280 First Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement (the “First Amendment”) between the City and Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC (the “Developer”), originally authorized by Ordinance No. 70501
The purpose of the bills is to authorize the execution of a First Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement between the City and Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC. The bill will authorize the execution of a First Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement (the “First Amendment”) between the City and Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC (the “Developer”), originally authorized by Ordinance No. 70501 The bill will authorize the execution of a First Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement (the “First Amendment”) between the City and Alterra Jefferson Arms, LLC (the “Developer”), originally authorized by Ordinance No. 70501.
71279 Repeal of Sections of Ordinance 68536
The proposed bill would amend or repeal sections of the City’s Excise Code, set forth in Ordinance 68536.
71258 Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development Dislocated Workers National Emergency WIOA Grant
An Ordinance wherein Board of Aldermen authorizes the receipt of and appropriates funds (solely to the extent received) awarded for the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development Dislocated Workers National Emergency WIOA Grant, relating to the COVID-19 pandemic; and containing an emergency clause.
71241 COVID-19 related relief under the Community Development Block Grant Program
An Ordinance wherein the Board of Aldermen authorizes the receipt of and appropriates funds (solely to the extent received) awarded for temporary financial assistance for rental payments as part of COVID-19 related relief under the Community Development Block Grant Program; and containing an emergency clause.
71228 Quick Claim Deed for 3724 Aldine
This Board Bill authorizes and directs the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St. Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in consideration of the sum of “Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00), a Quit Clair Deed to forever quit-claim unto the Veterans Community Project a certain City-owned property located at 3724 Aldine, in the City of St. Louis, Missouri.
71225 Covid-19 Response Grant for Board of Elections
This Board Bill authorizes the Board of Elections to accept the Center for Tech and Civic Life (the “CTCL”) Covid-19 Response Grant of $1,034,200.00 to provide financial assistance to local election officials (“LEOs”) for expenses incurred between June 15, 2020 and December 31, 2020, associated with the safe administration of election responsibilities, including safe election day administration; poll worker recruitment, training and safety efforts; voter education and outreach for safe voting policies and procedures; and expanding and maintaining early in-person voting sites and expedited and improved vote-by-mail ballot processing. The grant limits reimbursement to expenses incurred between June 15 and December 31, 2020, in accordance with an assessment called “Safe Voting Plan” prepared by the STL BEC. The grant precludes supplanting previously appropriated funds to BEC or the reduction in budgeted funds to the BEC during the term of this grant unless CTCL grant funds are to be returned.
71224 Grant Agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
This Board Bill authorizes and directs the Fire Commissioner, on behalf of the Mayor and the City of Saint Louis, to enter into and execute a Grant Agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Fire Prevention and Safety Grant, to fund the 2019 Smoke and CO alarm program.
71223 Grant Agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency
This Board Bill authorizes and directs the Fire Commissioner, on behalf of the Mayor and the City of Saint Louis, to enter into and execute a Grant Agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, through the Missouri Department of Homeland Security, for the purpose of funding to support the Cybersecurity Coordinator position at the St. Louis Fusion Center.
71217 Closing the St. Louis City Medium Security Institution (MSI)
This Board Bill, in accordance with Article XXV Section 1 of the St. Louis City Charter, and upon being recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, amend the duties of the Division of Corrections and Department of Health & Hospitals. It would direct the Commissioner of Corrections to begin the process of closing the St. Louis City Medium Security Institution (MSI), also known as the Workhouse, as a detainee center. This Board Bill would direct the Board of Public Service and the Commissioner of Corrections to evaluate the City Justice Center to determine if more detainees could safely be held there and to perform a study of the Medium Security Institution to determine the feasibility of repurposing and to evaluate the ongoing costs of any plan to permanently close the facility. It would direct the Commissioner of Corrections to contact surrounding facilities to determine the per day cost of outsourcing the housing detainees in St. Louis City custody; a requirement for the Department of Personnel to interview corrections officers of the workhouse for open positions in city government. It requires the Department of Health to develop criteria for the hiring of social workers to be assigned to detainees with mental health issues and their families, and to be employees of a newly formed Division of Recidivism Reduction. This board Bill would create a fund to be allocated to neighborhoods with high violent crime rates to be appropriated annually through neighborhood participatory budgeting process; upholding the City’s statutory requirement to detain individuals remanded to the City of St. Louis through the court system. It would direct the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council to provide data as requested by the Board of Aldermen or any department or division of City Government facilitating the closure of the Medium Security Institution facility. It would also direct the Budget Director to analyze the net cost savings to the general fund if MSI is no longer operated as a detainee facility; and it contains an emergency clause.
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."
71162 Increasing Tax Rate for Early Childhood Services and Programming
The reason for the Board Bill is to consent to the request of the City Mental Health Board and place before the voters of the City of St. Louis at the November 3, 2020 election a proposal to increase the tax rate for the community children’s services from the current 19 cents per hundred dollars of assessed valuation to 25 cents, which is the maximum authorized by state statute. Pursuant to Sec. 210.860 the community children’s services fund has been administered by the City Mental Health Board since it’s initial passage in 2004. The tax increase is desired due to the need to increase early childhood services programming for children aged five years and younger, services which cannot be provided from current funds. If approved by the voters, the tax would yield approximately $2.3 million dollars annually.
71160 The City’s Annual Budget Appropriation for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021
This bill is the City’s Annual Budget Appropriation for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of One Billion, One Hundred Sixteen Million, Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand, Four Hundred Ninety-Seven Dollars ($1,116,375,497) which sum is hereby appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds named for the purposes hereinafter enumerated and containing an emergency clause.
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.
71122 Sale of City Owned Property at 1485-1487 South Vandeventer Avenue
The City of St. Louis is the owner of certain real property located at 1485-1487 South Vandeventer Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110 (the “Property”). The Property currently sits as a vacant lot. The Transgender Memorial, LLC plan to purchase the Property from the City to preserve the Transgender Memorial Garden of St. Louis in perpetuity as a memorial to murdered Trans people, a green space with a grove, a gathering space for Trans and LGBTQ community, and the greater community of the Grove and St. Louis. The proposed Bill will have a positive impact on the community, as it will help beautify the neighborhood and surround areas.
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.
71094 Prevailing Wages
An ordinance repealing Ordinance 69427 approved February 21, 2013, and pertaining to City public works contracts, Tax Increment Finance projects and St. Louis Bonded Projects, and workforce diversity, and establishing apprenticeship training, construction workforce development, and a Community Jobs Board, and in lieu thereof establishing a new ordinance pertaining to the same; and containing a severability clause and effective date.
71063 2018 International Energy Conservation Code
An Ordinance to amend the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code; and containing a severability clause, savings clause, and an effective date.
71054 Prohibiting Firearms in City Parks
The proposed Bill would prohibit persons from carrying on or about their person any pistol, revolver, shotgun, rifle, or other firearm in any City of St. Louis park, athletic fields and facilities, or recreation facilities, regardless of whether it is exposed to view either in whole or in part, except as provided in section 15.130.010 of the City of St. Code of Ordinances, which is set forth below:
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.
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.
71025 MEC Ethics
An ordinance adopted pursuant to Section 105.483 (11) RSMo., reaffirming the provisions of Ordinances 62391, 66691, 67617, 68409, 68934, 70622 establishing a policy for the disclosure of potential conflicts of interest and substantial interests for certain municipal officials, and containing an emergency clause.
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.
70978 Transportation Sales Tax
An ordinance appropriating the sum of $21,940,000, as described and defined in Section 94.600 through 94.655, RSMo. 2000 as amended for the period herein stated, which sum is hereby appropriated out of the “Transportation Trust Fund” to the Bi-State Development Agency for transportation purposes; and further providing that the appropriation is conditional upon the Bi-State Development Agency supplying the Board of Estimate and Apportionment an annual evaluation report; further providing that in no event shall the Comptroller draw warrants on the Treasurer for an amount greater than the amount of proceeds deposited in the “Transportation Trust Fund” during the period from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; further providing that the appropriation is conditional upon Bi-¬State requiring the payment of prevailing wages and benefits to employees of outside service contractors; and containing a severability clause.
70977 Transit Sales Tax Account #2
An Ordinance pertaining to the Transit Sales Tax imposed pursuant to Section 94.660, RSMo., as adopted and approved by the voters of St. Louis City on November 4, 1997, pursuant to Ordinance 64111 creating the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund” directing the Treasurer of the City of St. Louis to deposit funds received pursuant to said sales tax into the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account TWO” appropriating $11,580,000 from the said sales tax for the period herein stated to the Bi-State Development Agency for certain purposes; providing for the payment of such funds during the period July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020; further providing that in no event shall the Comptroller draw warrants on the Treasurer for an amount greater than the amounts of the proceeds deposited in the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund” during the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; and containing a severability clause.
70976 Transit Sales Tax Account #1
An Ordinance pertaining to the Transit Sales Tax imposed pursuant to Section 94.660, RSMo., as adopted and approved by the voters of St. Louis City on August 2, 1994, pursuant to Ordinance 63168 creating the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund” directing the Treasurer of the City of St. Louis to deposit funds received pursuant to said sales tax into the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account ONE” appropriating $11,580,000 from the said sales tax for the period herein stated to the Bi-State Development Agency for certain purposes; providing for the payment of such funds during the period July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020; further providing that in no event shall the Comptroller draw warrants on the Treasurer for an amount greater than the amounts of the proceeds deposited in the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund” during the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; and containing a severability clause.
70963 Budget FY 2020
An ordinance making appropriation for payment of Interest, Expenses and Principal of the City’s Bonded Indebtedness, establishing City tax rates, and making appropriation for current year expenses of the City Government, Water Division, St. Louis Airport Commission, Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Health Care Trust Fund, Use Tax Excess Trust Fund, Building Demolition Fund, Assessor, Communications Division, City Employee Pension Trust Fund, Forest Park Fund, Child Support Unit (Circuit Attorney's Office), Circuit Attorney Training and Collection Fee Funds, Public Administrators Fund, Port Administration Fund, Peace Officer Training Fund, Capital Improvement Projects Fund, Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund, Metro Parks Sales Tax Fund, Centralized Mailroom and Equipment Services Fuel Internal Service Funds, Tourism Fund, Lateral Sewer Fund, Public Safety Trust Fund, Public Safety Sales Tax Trust Fund, Economic Development Tax Trust Fund, Local Parks Fund, Public Safety Sales and Use Tax Fund (Prop P), Neighborhood Parks Fund, BJC/City Trust Fund, Miscellaneous Special Funds, Trustee Lease Fund, Riverfront Gaming Fund, Various Grant Funds, Tax Increment District Special Allocation Fund, City Convention and Sports Facility Trust Fund, and Employee Benefits Fund (Department of Personnel) for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of One Billion, One Hundred Forty-Nine Million, Two Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand, Five Hundred Ninety-One Dollars ($1,149,226,591) which sum is hereby appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds named for the purposes hereinafter enumerated and containing an emergency clause.
70954 Redevelopment Plan for 5467-5559 Delmar
An ordinance approving a blighting study and Redevelopment Plan dated December 18, 2018 for the 5467-5559 Delmar Blvd. Redevelopment Area
70913 Amending Small Wireless Facilities
An ordinance amending Section Three of Ordinance No. 70892 pertaining to the establishment of procedures and requirements for the collocation and deployment of Small Wireless Facilities in the right-of-way and City property by adding a new subsection L to Section Three of Ordinance 70892 to permit the City of St. Louis to require reasonable, technically feasible, nondiscriminatory and technologically neutral design or concealment measures in a Historic District; and containing an emergency 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.
70877 Disconnected youth task force
An Ordinance for the creation of a disconnected youth task force to study the obstacles to education and employment to disconnected youth in the City of St. Louis, and requiring said task force to compile a report of their findings and recommendations to be submitted to the Mayor and a Board of Aldermen standing committee to be designated by the President of the Board of Aldermen, within one (1) year following the first meeting of the task force.
70875 An ordinance revising The Transparency in Government Law, Ordinance 69707 and Ordinance 70321,
An ordinance revising The Transparency in Government Law, Ordinance 69707 and Ordinance 70321, codified at Chapter 3.115 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis, to require the effective closed captioning of all public meetings of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, including committee meetings; the Board of Estimate & Apportionment; and the Preservation Board.

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