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St. Louis Board of Aldermen: New Board Bills 10/14/2016

October 14, 2016 Board of Aldermen, Featured 1 Comment
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The following twelve (12) Board Bills will be introduced at today’s meeting of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen. Review today’s agenda here. BB164 will likely be the most controversial of this group.

Board Bill No. 153 | luggage cart rental concession agrmt

BOARD BILL NO. 153 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN LYDA KREWSON An Ordinance recommended and approved by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and directing the Director of Airports and the Comptroller of The City of St. Louis (the “City”) to enter into and execute on behalf of the City the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport® (the “Airport”) a Luggage Cart Rental Concession Agreement AL-035 (“Concession Agreement”), between the City and Smarte Cart, Inc. (“Concessionaire”), granting to the Concessionaire, subject to and in accordance with the terms, covenants, and conditions of the Concession Agreement, certain rights and privileges in connection with the occupancy and use of the Premises, which is defined and more fully described in Section 201 of the Concession Agreement that was approved by the Airport Commission and is attached hereto as ATTACHMENT “1” and made a part hereof, and its terms are more fully described in Section One of this Ordinance; containing a severability clause; and containing an emergency clause.

Board Bill No. 154 | Redevelopment plan for 3530 Wyoming

BOARD BILL NO. 154 INTRODUCED BY ALD. STEPHEN CONWAY An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 3530 Wyoming St. (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 155 | Redevelopment plan for 4112 Flad

BOARD BILL NO. 155 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN STEPHEN CONWAY An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 4112 Flad Ave. Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement with five (5) years of payments in lieu of taxes or up to five (5) years real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 156 | Redevelopment plan for 4050 Detonty

BOARD BILL NO. 156 INTRODUCED BY ALD. STEPHEN CONWAY An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 4056 Detonty St. (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 157 | Redevelopment plan for 3442 Missouri

BOARD BILL NO. 157 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN KENNETH ORTMANN An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 3442 Missouri Ave. Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 and Chapter 353 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statutes” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive and Chapter 353), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Sections 99.430 and 353.020 (4); finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement with five (5) years of payments in lieu of taxes or up to five (5) years real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 158 | Redevelopment plan for 3006 Missouri

BOARD BILL NO. 158 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN KENNETH ORTMANN An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 3006 Missouri Ave. Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 and Chapter 353 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statutes” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive and Chapter 353), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Sections 99.430 and 353.020 (4); finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement with five (5) years of payments in lieu of taxes or up to five (5) years real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 159 | Redevelopment plan for 2861 Lemp

BOARD BILL NO. 159 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN KENNETH ORTMANN An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for the 2861 Lemp Ave. Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 and Chapter 353 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 2000, as amended, (the “Statutes” being Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive and Chapter 353), containing a description of the boundaries of said Area in the City of St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the Area is in the interest of the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the people of the City; approving the Plan dated September 27, 2016 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to Sections 99.430 and 353.020 (4); finding that there is a feasible financial plan for the development of the Area which affords maximum opportunity for development of the Area by private enterprise; finding that no property in the Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority of the City of St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of eminent domain; finding that the property within the Area is unoccupied, but if it should become occupied the Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating any eligible occupants displaced as a result of implementation of the Plan; finding that financial aid may be necessary to enable the Area to be redeveloped in accordance with the Plan; finding that there shall be available ten (10) year real estate tax abatement with five (5) years of payments in lieu of taxes or up to five (5) years real estate tax abatement; and pledging cooperation of the Board of Aldermen and requesting various officials, departments, boards and agencies of the City to cooperate and to exercise their respective powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.

Board Bill No. 160 | Amending Northeast Hampton, I-44 TIF

BOARD BILL #160 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN JOSEPH VOLLMER An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Nos. 70076 and 70077 Relating To The Northeast Hampton/I-44 TIF Redevelopment Project; And Prescribing Other Matters Relating Thereto.

 

 

Board Bill No. 161 | Intergovernmental agreement to fund Energy Loan Program

BOARD BILL NO. 161 INTRODUCED BY: ALDERWOMAN KREWSON An ordinance adopted pursuant to the Intergovernmental Agreement Act, Sections 70.210 to 70.325, inclusive, of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, and authorizing the City of St. Louis, by and through its Department of Human Services (“DHS”) to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District (doing business as “Metro”) for the purpose of appropriating funds for DHS to provide transit passes for certain persons in need, which passes DHS will acquire from Metro at a discounted rate, terms pursuant to the Intergovernmental Agreement attached hereto and incorporated by reference into this Ordinance, containing a severability clause and a governance clause. 

Board Bill No. 162 |Loan agreement to fund Energy Loan Program

BOARD BILL NO. 162 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN BOSLEY, Sr. An ordinance authorizing and directing the Comptroller and the Director of Streets, on behalf of the City of St. Louis, to enter into and execute a Loan Agreement and other documents required by the Loan Agreement with the Missouri Department of Economic/Division of Energy (“DED/DE”) to fund an Energy Loan Program (“Program”), further appropriating an amount not to exceed Twelve Million ($12,000,000.00) Dollars from the Capital Improvement Fund, authorizing the Comptroller and the Director of Streets, on behalf of the City, to expend such appropriated funds by entering into contracts or otherwise, establishing and maintaining an Energy Loan Conservation Account, authorizing and directing the reimbursement funds from the Program to be deposited and credited to the Capital Improvement Funds, to make applications, provide data, and to take any and all actions necessary to seek further funds from the State of Missouri under the Program, and containing a severability clause and an emergency clause.

Board Bill No. 163 | Charter amendment regarding the Assessor

BOARD BILL NO. 163 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN JOSEPH VACCARO An ordinance submitting to the qualified voters of the City of St. Louis a proposed amendment to the Charter of the City of St. Louis to require that the Assessor be duly elected by the registered voters of the City of St. Louis, by amending existing Section 2 of Article II and amending existing Section 1 of Article VIII; providing for an election to be held therefor and the manner of voting thereat; and containing an emergency clause.

Board Bill No. 164 | Charter amendment abolishing the Recorder of Deeds Office

BOARD BILL NO. 164 INTRODUCED BY PRESIDENT LEWIS E. REED An ordinance taking up a proposed amendment to the Charter of St. Louis that was proposed by petition pursuant to Article V, Section 4 of the Charter of the City of St. Louis; said proposed Charter amendment would abolish the elected office of recorder of deeds and place such duties under the office of the assessor.

The meeting begins at 10am, it can be watched online here.

— Steve Patterson

 

Currently there is "1 comment" on this Article:

  1. JZ71 says:

    164 makes sense, but why do we need 163? The Assessor’s Office would seem to be one where technical expertise is more important than political connections. Making it an elected position would just add whole ‘nuther level of political meddling, to a position where politics needs to be eliminated, entirely!

     

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