Ordinance 68907

Vacation of Brooklyn, Second, Moumd, Broadway

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Summary

BOARD BILL NO. 13 INTRODUCED BY: ALDERWOMAN APRIL FORD GRIFFIN 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 1) A portion of Second beginning approximately 24 feet north of Brooklyn and continuing 160 feet southwardly to a point approximately 73 feet south of Brooklyn and adjoining City Blocks 238, 239, 249 and 250-S. 2) The 20 foot wide north/south alley in City Block 249 and bounded by Brooklyn, Second, Mound and Broadway. 3) A portion of Eighth beginning approximately 102 feet north of Howard and extending northwardly 327 feet northwardly to a point and adjoining City Blocks 620, 653, 654, and 655. 4) A portion of Howard beginning 60 feet west of Eighth and extending 103.15 ± 23.60 feet to Interstate Highway 70 right-of-way and adjoining City Blocks 609 and 653. 5) Ninth from Brooklyn southwardly 363.85 ± 35.11 feet to Interstate Highway 70 right-of-way and adjoining City Blocks 620, 650 and 653. 6) Tenth from Howard northwardly 107.75 ± 7.25 feet to a point and adjoining City Blocks 649 and 650. 7) The 20 foot wide north/south alley in City Block 649 and bounded by Interstate Highway 70, Tenth, Howard and Eleventh. 8) Howard from Tenth to Eleventh and adjoining City Blocks 611 and 649. 9) Eleventh from Mullanphy to Cass and adjoining City Blocks 601 and 602 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.

Overview

Session: 2011-2012

Board Bill Number: 13

Sponsor: April Ford Griffin

Committee: Streets, Traffic and Refuse

Effective: 07/16/2011

Legislative History

  • 04/29/2011

    First Reading

  • 05/20/2011

    Second Reading

  • 06/03/2011

    Third Reading

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