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St. Louis Board of Aldermen: Board Bills #122-127

September 22, 2017 Board of Aldermen, Featured No Comments
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Last week the St. Louis Board of Aldermen had just one bill on their agenda, #122, but it wasn’t introduced. It’s back today with five more.

ON AGENDA* FOR INTRODUCTION TODAY 9/22/17:

*Note that just because a bill is on the agenda doesn’t mean it’ll be introduced, similarly, bills not on the agenda might be introduced if they suspend the rules to do so. This information is based on the published agenda as of yesterday @ 8am:

B.B.#122 – Conway –An ordinance, recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, authorizing a supplemental appropriation; amending Ordinance 70540, commonly referred
to as the City Annual Operating Plan for Fiscal Year 2017?2018; appropriating and setting apart the sum of One Million Nine Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars from revenues accruing to the Local Use Tax Fund; and containing an emergency clause.

B.B.#123 – Roddy – An ordinance, recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, authorizing the Mayor, to submit a 2018 Annual Action Plan to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development to apply for funding under the Federal Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnership, Emergency Solutions Grant and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Programs, appropriating the sum of Fifteen Million, Six Hundred Twenty-Four Thousand, Three Hundred and Ninety?Eight Dollars which the City estimates will be available for the 2018 CDBG Program Year; appropriating the sum of Two Million, One Thousand, One Hundred and Forty-Six Dollars which the City estimates will be available for the 2018 HOME Program Year; appropriating the sum of One Million, Four Hundred Ninety?Four Thousand, Six Hundred and Twenty Dollars which the City estimates will be available for the 2018 ESG Program Year; and appropriating the sum of One Million, Six Hundred Ten Thousand, Seven Hundred and Thirty-Three Dollars which the City estimates will be available for the 2018 HOPWA Program Year; containing an emergency clause.

B.B.#124 – Bosley – An ordinance repealing Ordinance 6900 pertaining to the issuance of any package or drink liquor licenses for premises within the boundaries of the Third Ward Liquor Control District and in lieu thereof containing the following supplementary exemptions: renewal of an existing license and the establishment of an Entertainment District; and containing an emergency clause.

B.B.#125 – P. Boyd ?An ordinance repealing Ordinance 70573 and in lieu thereof enacting a new ordinance prohibiting the issuance of any package or drink liquor licenses for any currently non?licensed premises within the boundaries of the Twenty?Seventh Ward Liquor Control District; and containing an emergency clause.

B.B.#126 – Ingrassia – 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 to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Metropolitan Sewer District for the purpose of sharing certain water data in the possession of the City with the Metropolitan Sewer District, for fair and substantial compensation received by the Metropolitan Sewer District, containing a severability clause and a governance clause.

B.B.#127 – Muhammad – An Ordinance establishing speed bumps at various locations in O’Fallon Park, and containing an Emergency Clause.

The meeting begins at 10am, it can be watched online here. See list of all board bills for the 2017-2018 session.

— Steve Patterson

 

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