Ordinances by Alderman Tina (Sweet-T) Pihl

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

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Ordinance #: Title
71499 Vacation of Air Space Rights of a Portion of Newstead Ave.
The overall purpose for this bill is to conditionally vacate the following air space. Air rights above a portion of Newstead Avenue. The Petitioners are The Washington University and St. Louis Children's Hospital. The vacated portion of air space will be used to construct a pedestrian bridge.
71498 Equitable Development Contribution associated with the City Foundry Saint Louis Redevelopment Area
The purpose of this bill is to accept the Equitable Development Contribution associated with the City Foundry Saint Louis Redevelopment Area. The equitable development contribution is being paid by Vande East Partners, LLC in the amount of $1,800,000.00 to support affordable housing. The bill appropriates the funds to the Affordable Housing Commission (“AHC”) and authorizes the AHC to expend such funds for the purposes of supporting affordable housing preservation, maintenance, and residential services within the current boundaries of the 17th ward and neighborhoods located North of Delmar Boulevard. This bill will fund housing assistance to homeowners who represent vulnerable populations within the city (senior citizens, low income, and people with disabilities). The bill contains a severability clause and an emergency clause.
71484 Zoning Change 3834 Forest Park Avenue and 200 S. Vandeventer Avenue
An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission on February 9, 2022, to change the zoning of property as indicated on the District Map, from the “K” Unrestricted District to the “H” Area Commercial District, in City Block 3918.03 (3834 Forest Park Avenue and 200 S. Vandeventer Avenue), so as to include the described parcels of land in City Block 3918.03; and containing an emergency clause.
71452 Nash Way
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.
71447 Zoning Change 4200 Clayton Avenue and 4101 & 4123 Sarpy Avenue
An Ordinance recommended by the Planning Commission on June 9, 2021, to change the zoning of property as indicated on the District Map, from the “J” Industrial District to the “H” Area Commercial District, in City Block 3962 (4100, 4108, 4112, 4120, 4126, 4128, 4130, 4136 & 4146-4200 Clayton Avenue and 4101 & 4123 Sarpy Avenue), so as to include the described parcels of land in City Block 3962; and containing an emergency clause.
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.
71435 Vacate Pacific from Papin to Chouteau
The overall purpose for this bill is to conditionally vacate the following public street. Pacific from Papin to Chouteau. The Petitioners are M and H Papin LLC, Sterling Lacquer Manufacturing and Union Pacific Railroad. The vacated areas will be used to consolidate property and improve safety and security.
71377 Issuance of Taxable Industrial Revenue Bonds
This Board Bill will authorize the issuance of taxable industrial revenue bonds to facilitate a sales and use tax exemption on construction materials purchased in connection with the multi-family residential, office, retail and structured parking portions of the RPA 2 Redevelopment Project described in the City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan. The bonds are payable only from lease revenues paid by the Developer and not from any City tax revenues. Additionally, the Board Bill (see Section 3.1 of Exhibit F) requires the Developer to make a $1,800,000 Equitable Development Contribution to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, which will be used for affordable housing purposes in the 17th Ward and North of Delmar.
71376 Amended and Restated Redevelopment Agreement and Financing Agreement i
This Board Bill will approve an Amended and Restated Redevelopment Agreement and Financing Agreement in connection with the City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan. The City Foundry Saint Louis TIF was approved in 2017 by passage of Ordinance No. 70431. The Redevelopment Area described in the Redevelopment Plan was originally divided into four Redevelopment Project Areas (“RPA”). TIF was adopted in RPA 1 upon passage of Ordinance No. 70431. In 2019, by passage of Ordinance No. 70750, the Redevelopment Plan was amended to rearrange RPA boundaries and describe a more detailed redevelopment proposal for RPA 2. The City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan further amends the Redevelopment Plan with respect to RPA 2 only. The City and FOPA Partners, LLC entered into a Redevelopment Agreement dated as of June 13, 2019 with respect to RPA 2. This redevelopment agreement must now be amended to conform to the Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan. In connection with the Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan and Amended and Restated Redevelopment Agreement: • The Developer will completion of the Alamo Drafthouse Building. • The Developer will construction of approximately (a) 37,000 square feet of retail space, (b) 59,000 square feet of office space, (c) 280 residential apartments, and (d) 492 structured parking spaces in the remainder of RPA 2. • The total TIF assistance will increase from $17,259,000 to $18,000,000. • The total private investment will increase by $60 million+, resulting in the percentage of total costs funded by TIF decreasing from 17.7 percent to 11.25 percent of total costs.
71375 City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan
This Board Bill will approve the City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan. The City Foundry Saint Louis TIF was approved in 2017 by passage of Ordinance No. 70431. The Redevelopment Area described in the Redevelopment Plan was originally divided into four Redevelopment Project Areas (“RPA”). TIF was adopted in RPA 1 upon passage of Ordinance No. 70431. In 2019, by passage of Ordinance No. 70750, the Redevelopment Plan was amended to rearrange RPA boundaries and describe a more detailed redevelopment proposal for RPA 2. The City Foundry Saint Louis Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Second Amended RPA 2 Redevelopment Plan further amends the Redevelopment Plan with respect to RPA 2 only. The first phase of the RPA 2 redevelopment project, consisting of an approximately 46,000 square foot dining and entertainment building (the “Alamo Drafthouse Building”) is under construction; however, the remainder of RPA 2 is still vacant. The proposed amendment to the Redevelopment Plan will revise the scope of the redevelopment project for RPA 2 to include: • Completion of the Alamo Drafthouse Building. • Construction of approximately (a) 37,000 square feet of retail space, (b) 59,000 square feet of office space, (c) 280 residential apartments, and (d) 492 structured parking spaces in the remainder of RPA 2. • Increase in the total TIF assistance from $17,259,000 to $18,000,000. • $60 million+ increase in private investment, resulting in the percentage of total costs funded by TIF decreasing from 17.7 percent to 11.25 percent of total costs.
71368 Electric Vehicles for Senior Services Grant
The purpose of this bill is to authorize the City of St. Louis, by and through the Division of Human Services (“DHS”), accept a grant award from FORTH in the amount $60,000.00 to cover transportation costs and expenses serving senior citizens in St. Louis through contracting the use of electric vehicles with Northside Senior Center and City Seniors Center from 2021 to 2023. Bill will assist FORTH in fulfilling contractual requirements under its United States Dept. of Energy (DOE) funded project. This bill authorizes the Director of DHS to accept and approve the appropriation to expend grant funds for the purposes and uses to assist with supporting the use of Electric Vehicles to deliver meals and provide transportation services to senior citizens in St. Louis. FORTH will provide funds to purchase/lease the electric vehicles and cover the cost to install electric charging stations for vehicles used by Northside Senior Center and City Seniors Center. Through the use of electric vehicles, Senior St. Louisans who rely on services from contracting organizations will have access to transportation that will assist in providing meals and transportation for daily errands and appointments.
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.

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