Ways and Means
Is concerned with questions of finance, assessments, budget, public debt; appropriations and other bills not properly referable to other committees except monies administered by the Community Development Agency or the St. Louis Development Corporation.
- Stephen Conway, Chair
- Pam Boyd
- John Collins-Muhammad
- Marlene E Davis
- Carol Howard
- Samuel L Moore
- Beth Murphy
- Joseph Vaccaro
Board Bills Referred to Committee
|BB1||Budget FY 17/18|
|BB3||Sale of 3699 Market Street|
|BB12||Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)|
|BB43||Forsyth Associates Community Improvement District|
|BB44||Ordinance amending the petition to establish the 14th & Market CID|
|BB45||Ordinance approving the petition to establish the City Foundry CID|
|BB50||Quit Claim for 1920 S. Kingshighway|
|BB55||Transit Sales Tax 1994|
|BB56||Transit Sales Tax 1997|
|BB57||Transportation Sales Tax 2017-2018|
|BB58||Ordinance pertaining to Payroll Expense Tax|
|BB60||Ordinance relating to Public Safety|
|BB83||Sale of 1320 Market to MCB Hotel Owner LLC|
|BB89||Ordinance authorizing contract for sale of property|
|BB91||Ordinance pertaining to income exempt from earnings tax|
|BB96||Quit Claim for 910 S. 4th Street|
|BB122||Use Tax Supplemental Appropriation|
Resolutions Referred to Committee
About Aldermanic Committees
Aldermanic committees serve an important role in reviewing proposed legislation.
When a bill is introduced, it is referred by the President
of the Board of Aldermen to a committee tasked with reviewing bills that
address that topic. Committees hold meetings and hearings at the call of their chairmen and chairwomen.
Once a bill is "in committee," the bill can be scheduled for a public hearing by that committee, at which testimony in support of or against the bill is heard. The committee will typically hold a vote on whether to recommend that the full Board of Alderman pass the bill.
Committees may also play a role in government oversight, and
they have subpoena power pursuant to the City Charter.
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