Ordinances by Alderman Dwinderlin Evans
Ordinances introduced, authored, and co-authored by this alderman
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|71494||Appropriation of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds of 2021
This Board Bill is recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, authorizing an appropriation consisting of funds received under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 totaling Eighty-Four Million, Eight Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($84,880,000). It contains an emergency clause.
|71461||Construction for the Tucker Boulevard Cycle Track
This bill authorizes and directs the City of St. Louis to let contracts and provide for design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction for the Tucker Boulevard Cycle Track (Chouteau Ave. to Washington Ave.), Compton Avenue Bridge Reconstruction Project (Chouteau Ave. to I-64), and the South Broadway Multimodal Improvements (River City Casino Boulevard to Dover Street). The bill also authorizes the City of St. Louis to enter into supplemental agreements with the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission, Federal Highway Administration, utilities, railroads, Bi-State Development Agency, Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority (LCRA), Great Rivers Greenway District (GRG), Greater St. Louis, Inc., and other governmental agencies and parties as necessary for the completion of the Project.
This Board Bill is recommended by the Planning Commission. It approves the renaming of the entire length of a public street in the City of St. Louis, Childrens Place -- extending between Euclid Avenue on the west to Taylor Avenue on the east to be renamed to Nash Way to celebrate the accomplishments and cultural impact of Dr. Helen Nash on the Saint Louis region.
|71445||General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds
This Board Bill seeks to authorize submission to qualified electors a proposal for the issuance of up to fifty million ($50,000,000) of general obligation public improvement bonds. Utilizing the current property tax levy, there will be no tax increase. With an election due to be scheduled for a redistricting ballot measure in April 2022 there are no additional costs associated with this bill. If approved, funds raised from the subsequent issuance would be available to use for the following purposes: (1) resurfacing arterial streets and bridges, (2) design and construction of a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) a new state-of-the-art Emergency Operations Center combining Police, Fire, EMS, CEMA, and Citizen Service Bureau (3) design and construction of pedestrian and bicycle transportation facilities, (4) maintaining the safety and security of the jails and improving public safety (5) providing match share funds, where applicable and necessary, to utilize funds made available under the American Recuse Plan Act of 2021 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 in furtherance of any of the cited projects herein and, (6) replacing, improving, renovating and maintaining buildings, bridges, and equipment of the City of St. Louis including neighborhood recreation centers and fire houses, and (7) for expenses associated with the issuance of the bonds. The City’s backlog of unmet infrastructure needs greatly exceed the amount of federal assistance expected by the City in the near future. These funds will enhance the City’s ability to provide matching grant funds to apply for competitive grants and offer the opportunity to begin design work in advance of future federal assistance and secure materials in an effort to mitigate project delays due to supply chain issues.
|71427||Changing Zoning of 2400 and 2422-24 N. Sarah and 4056 and 4058 St. Ferdinand Avenue
An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission on October 6, 2021, to change the zoning of property as indicated on the District Map, from the “C” Multiple-Family Dwelling District and “F” Neighborhood Commercial District to the “D” Multiple-Family Dwelling District, in City Block 3654 (2400 and 2422-24 N. Sarah and 4056 and 4058 St. Ferdinand Avenue), so as to include the described parcels of land in City Block 3654; and containing an emergency clause.
|71403||Honorary Naming of Captain David Dorn Avenue
The proposed bill authorizes the honorary street name Captain David Dorn pursuant to Ordinance 68937. Captain David Dorn Avenue will begin at the intersection of Sarah Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and run north on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive to the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and Whittier Street.
|71395||Car Door Locks
The proposed bill would make it unlawful for an individual to lift the door handles or otherwise try the doors and locks of successive vehicles to gain entry to the vehicles unless the individual is the owner of the vehicles or has the owners’ permission to enter the vehicles. Individuals found to be in violation would be subject to a fine of not more than $500 and or a term of imprisonment not more than ninety days.
|71382||Redevelopment Plan for the 3813-3853 Garfield Ave. Redevelopment Area
This Board Bill seeks to approve a Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan and Blighting Study for the 3813-3853 Garfield Ave. Redevelopment Area. The project involves the rehabilitation and reuse of a vacant 100,000 sq. ft commercial building. This Board Bill will allow a 10-year tax abatement at 95 percent.
|71367||Veterans Community Project Planned Unit Development District
An ordinance establishing and creating a Planned Unit Development District for City Blocks 1868.00, 1880.00, & 1881.00 to be known as the "Veterans Community Project Planned Unit Development District" and containing a Severability Clause and an Emergency Clause.
|71325||Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for the N. Newstead Ave./Cottage Ave./Whittier St./Page Blvd. Redevelopment Area
This Board Bill seeks to approve a Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan and Blighting Study for the N. Newstead Ave./Cottage Ave./Whittier St./Page Blvd. Redevelopment Area. This Board Bill will allow up to a twenty-five (25) year tax abatement as follows: ten (10) years based on 95% of the assessed value of the incremental improvements, followed by fifteen (15) years based on 50% of the assessed value of the incremental improvements. This Area includes both occupied and unoccupied residential and commercial buildings and vacant lots.
|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.
|71300||Lead Hazard Reduction Grant
This Board Bill seeks the approval of a competitive Lead Hazard Reduction Grant in the amount of Two Million, Five Hundred and Twenty Thousand ($2,520,000) received by the Community Development Administration (CDA) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding from the grant will allow for CDA, the Building Division and Department of Health to continue efforts in reducing lead poisoning and will also allow for the remediation of lead hazards from 210 units of housing.
|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.
|71271||Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for the N. Newstead Ave./Lexington Ave./Whittier Ave./Kennerly Ave. Redevelopment Area
This Board Bill seeks to approve a Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan and Blighting Study for the N. Newstead Ave./Lexington Ave./Whittier Ave./Kennerly Ave. Redevelopment Area. This Board Bill will allow up to a twenty-five (25) year tax abatement; 10 years tax abatement based on 95% of the assessed value of the incremental improvements followed by 15 years tax abatement based on 50% of the assessed value of the incremental improvements. This Area includes 154.36 acres of both occupied and unoccupied residential and commercial buildings and vacant lots.
An ordinance submitting to the qualified voters of the City of St. Louis, pursuant to Section 92.115 RSMo, the question of whether to continue the earnings tax imposed by the City of St. Louis for a period of five years; providing for an election and the manner of voting; providing that if such question shall receive the votes of a majority of the voters voting thereon that such earnings tax shall continue; and containing a severability clause and 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.
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