Ordinance 67115

3rd Amend. for building projects

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An Ordinance recommended and approved by the Airport Commission, Board of Public Service, and the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing a Third Amendment to Section One of the Building Projects Public Works Ordinance 65163 approved February 15, 2001, as amended by Ordinance 65625 approved August 5, 2002, and Ordinance 66612 approved February 16, 2005, which authorized a multi-year public work and improvement program (the “Building Projects”) at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport® (the “Airport”), increasing the total estimated costs of the Building Projects by Eight Million Four Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand Four Hundred Thirty One Dollars ($8,469,431) to Ninety Nine Million One Hundred Forty One Thousand Two Hundred Nineteen Dollars ($99,141,219); amending Section Two of the Building Projects Public Works Ordinance 65163 as amended by Ordinance 65625 and Ordinance 66612, which authorized and provided for the initial appropriation and expenditure of funds for the Building Projects, by deleting Section Two of Ordinance 65163 as amended in its entirety and substituting a new Section Two authorizing and providing for the initial appropriation and expenditure of funds for the Building Projects and providing for the receipt of supplemental appropriations when authorized by ordinance as funds become available to continue the Building Projects; containing a severability clause; and containing an emergency clause.

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Legislative History

Session: 2006-2007
Board Bill Number: 59
Primary Sponsor: Phyllis Young
Co-Sponsors:
Committee: Transportation and Commerce
First Reading: 05/12/2006
Second Reading: 05/19/2006
Perfection: 05/25/2006
Third Reading: 05/25/2006
Effective Date: 06/05/2006

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See more ordinance tags as Construction, Maintenance, and Improvements (Public Works)

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