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The CITY JOURNAL   Official Publication of THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS
FRANCIS G. SLAY                          JAMES F. SHREWSBURY                            DARLENE GREEN
          Mayor                           President, Board of Aldermen                         Comptroller

Vol. 86                                    TUESDAY, JULY 1, 2003                                             NO. 13


       The     City Journal                   JOURNAL                         City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen
                                                                          Chambers, June 20, 2003.

          (USPS: 114-540)                      OF THE                          The roll was called and the following
                                                                          Aldermen answered to their names: Smith,

                                        Board of                          Flowers, Bosley, Ford-Griffin, Reed, Young,
         Published Weekly                                                 Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa, Heitert,
        Under Authority of                                                Wessels, Gregali, Florida, Baringer, Roddy,
                                                                          Kennedy, McMillan, Schmid, Jones-King,
    City Ordinance No. 30050
        by City of St. Louis            Aldermen                          Boyd, Sondermann Bauer, Kirner,
                                                                          Williamson, Krewson and Mr. President
                                                                          Shrewsbury. 27
      Parrie L. May, Register
                                            OF THE                             “Almighty God, source of all authority,
                                                                          we humbly ask guidance in our deliberations
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        Room 118 City Hall             CITY OF ST. LOUIS                  and wisdom in our conclusions. Amen.”

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          Office of the Mayor                     to the Bi-State Development Agency for             execution of a redevelopment agreement by
City Hall Room 200                                certain purposes; providing for the payment        and between the City and DDR Realty
1200 Market Street                                of such funds during the period July 1, 2003       Company; prescribing the form and details of
St. Louis, MO 63103                               through, June 30, 2004 ; further providing that    said agreement, making certain findings with
(314) 622-3201                                    in no event shall the Comptroller draw             respect thereto; authorizing other related
Fax (314) 622-4061                                warrants on the Treasurer for an amount            actions in connection with the redevelopment
June 16, 2003                                     greater than the amounts of the proceeds           of certain property within the redevelopment
Honorable Board of Aldermen                       deposited in the “City Public Transit Sales        area; and containing a severability clause.
City Hall Room 230                                Tax Trust Fund” during the period of
                                                  July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004 ; containing               RESOLUTIONS
St. Louis, MO 63103
                                                  a severability clause.                                    –INFORMAL CALENDAR
Dear Members of the Board:                                                                                None.
                                                        Mr. Gregali moved for third reading and
       I have the honor to return to you          final passage of Board Bill No. 65.                            FIRST READING
herewith, with my approval endorsed thereon,                                                                     OF BOARD BILLS
the following: Board Bill Nos. 26, 27, 28, 108,        Seconded by Mr. Kirner                        Board Member Kennedy introduced by
85, 14, 15, 20, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 35, 37,                                                      request:
                                                       Carried by the following vote:
38, 39 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60 (Committee Substitute),             Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Ford-Griffin,                      Board Bill No. 145
62, 70, 71, 78, 79, 80, 63 and 72.                Reed, Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer,                   An ordinance approving an amended
                                                  Villa, Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida,         redevelopment plan for the Northview Village
     Sincerely,                                   Baringer, Kennedy, McMillan, Jones-King,           area after affirming that the area blighted by
     FRANCIS G. SLAY                              Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Williamson,       Ordinance 62282, known as the Northview
     Mayor                                        Krewson and Mr. President Shrewsbury. 24           Village Area (“Area”) as described in Exhibit
     City of St. Louis
                                                                                                     “A-1” attached hereto and incorporated by
                                                       Noes: Bosley. 1
    Petitions & Communications                                                                       reference, is a blighted area as defined in Section
     None.                                             Present:0                                     99.320 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri,
                                                                                                     2000, as amended, (the “Statute” being
BOARD BILLS FOR PERFECTION                                    Board Bill No. 65                      Sections 99.300 to 99.715 inclusive), affirming
   –INFORMAL CALENDAR                                   An ordinance recommended by the Board        that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the
     None.                                        of Estimate and Apportionment designating a        Area is in the interest of the public health,
                                                  portion of the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as     safety, morals and general welfare of the people
          BOARD BILLS FOR                         a redevelopment area known as the Southtown        of the City; approving the Amended Blighting
           THIRD READING                          Redevelopment Area pursuant to the real            Study and Plan dated May 27, 2003
       –INFORMAL CALENDAR                         property tax increment allocation                  (“Amended Plan”), incorporated herein by
      Mr. Conway moved for third reading and      redevelopment act; approving a redevelopment       Exhibit “B” for an amended area (“Amended
final passage of Board Bill No. 106.              plan and a redevelopment project with respect      Area”), incorporated herein by Exhibit “A,”
                                                  thereto; adopting tax increment financing          pursuant to Section 99.430; finding that no
     Seconded by Mr. Schmid.                      within the redevelopment area; establishing        property in the Amended Area may be
     Carried by the following vote:               the Southtown Special Allocation Fund; and         acquired by the Land Clearance for
                                                  authorizing the City Comptroller to enter into     Redevelopment Authority of the City of St.
     Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Ford-Griffin,          contracts to facilitate revenue allocation and     Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of
Reed, Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer,            collection; and making findings related thereto.   eminent domain; finding that the property
Villa, Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida,
                                                        Mr. Gregali moved for third reading and      within the Area is currently partially occupied
Baringer, Kennedy, McMillan, Jones-King,
                                                  final passage of Board Bill No. 66 (Committee      and the Redeveloper shall be responsible for
Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Williamson,
                                                  Substitute).                                       providing relocation assistance pursuant to
Krewson and Mr. President Shrewsbury. 24
                                                                                                     the Amended Plan to any eligible occupants
     Noes: Bosley. 1                                   Seconded by Mr. Ortmann.                      displaced as a result of implementation of the
                                                       Carried by the following vote:                Amended Plan; finding that financial aid may
     Present:0
                                                                                                     be necessary to enable the Amended Area to
           Board Bill No. 106                          Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Ford-Griffin,           be redeveloped in accordance with the
      An Ordinance pertaining to the              Reed, Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer,             Amended Plan; finding that there shall be
Transportation Sales Tax imposed pursuant         Villa, Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida,         available up to ten (10) year real estate tax
to Senate Bill 432 as adopted and approved        Baringer, Kennedy, McMillan, Jones-King,           abatement; and pledging cooperation of the
by the voters of St. Louis City on August 2,      Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Williamson,       St. Louis Board of Aldermen (“Board”) and
1994, pursuant to Ordinance 63168; creating       Krewson and Mr. President Shrewsbury. 24           requesting various officials, departments,
the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust               Noes: Bosley. 1                               boards and agencies of the City to cooperate
Fund” directing the Treasurer of the City of                                                         and exercise their respective powers in a
St. Louis to deposit funds received pursuant           Present: 0                                    manner consistent with the Amended Plan.
to said sales tax into the City Public Transit              Board Bill No. 66                        Board Member Ryan introduced by request:
Sales Tax Trust Fund” appropriating NINE                 (Committee Substitute)
MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED, FORTY-ONE                                                                                Board Bill No. 146
                                                       An ordinance affirming adoption of a
THOUSAND DOLLARS ($9,541,000) from                                                                        An ordinance authorizing and directing
                                                  redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
the said sales tax for the period herein stated                                                      the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.
                                                  redevelopment project; authorizing the
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Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in            Redevelopment Area known as the 2500 South                    Board Bill No. 154
consideration of the sum of One Dollar ($1.00)      18th Street Redevelopment Area pursuant to              An ordinance affirming adoption of a
and other good and valuable consideration, a        the Real Property Tax Increment                    redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
Quit Claim Deed to remise, release and forever      Redevelopment Act; approving a                     redevelopment project area one project (RPA1
quit-claim unto Land Reutilization Authority        redevelopment plan and a redevelopment             Project); authorizing the execution of a
Of The City Of St. Louis, (LRA), a public           project with respect thereto; adopting tax         redevelopment agreement by and between the
corporation, certain City-owned property            increment financing within the redevelopment       City and Carriage Apartments, LLC;
located in City Block 3679, which property          area; making findings with respect thereto;        prescribing the form and details of said
is known as 4205-9 Cote Brilliante Avenue,          establishing the 2500 South 18th Special           agreement; designating Carriage Apartments,
and containing an emergency clause.                 Allocation Fund; authorizing certain actions       LLC as developer of the redevelopment area;
                                                    by City Officials; and containing a severability   making certain findings with respect thereto;
Board Member Young introduced by request:
                                                    clause.                                            authorizing other related actions in connection
           Board Bill No. 147                       Board Member Young introduced by request:          with the redevelopment of certain property
      An ordinance recommended by the Board                                                            within the redevelopment area; and containing
of Public Service to vacate public surface rights              Board Bill No. 151                      a severability clause.
for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel             An ordinance affirming adoption of a         Board Member Young introduced by request:
on 1) the southern 21.5 feet of St. Charles         redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
between 4th and Broadway; 2) Locust between         redevelopment project; authorizing the                        Board Bill No. 155
4th and Broadway; 3) eastern 24.75 feet of          execution of a redevelopment agreement by                An ordinance recommended by the Board
Broadway from 21.5 feet north of the right-         and between the City and Restoration St.           of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing
of-way line of St. Charles southwardly 473.28       Louis, Inc.; prescribing the form and details      and directing the issuance and delivery of not
feet to a point and 4) western 24.25 feet of 4 th   of said agreement; designating Restoration St.     to exceed $4,550,000 plus issuance costs
from 21.5 feet north of the right-of-way line       Louis, Inc. as developer of the redevelopment      principal amount of tax increment financing
of St. Charles southwardly 358.17 feet to a         area; making certain findings with respect         (“TIF”) Revenue Notes (Soulard Market
point in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as        thereto; authorizing other related actions in      Apartments TIF RPA1 Project), Series 2003,
hereinafter described, in accordance with           connection with the redevelopment of certain       of the City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing
Charter authority, and in conformity with           property within the redevelopment area; and        the form and details of the TIF notes and the
Section l4 of Article XXI of the Charter and        containing a severability clause.                  covenants and agreements made by the City
imposing certain conditions on such vacation.                                                          to facilitate and protect the payment thereof;
                                                    Board Member Young introduced by request:
                                                                                                       and prescribing other matters relating thereto.
Board Member Roddy introduced by request:
                                                               Board Bill No. 152
                                                                                                       Board Members Young and Reed
           Board Bill No. 148                             An ordinance recommended by the Board
                                                                                                       introduced by request:
     An ordinance recommended by the Board          of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing
of Public Service to vacate public surface rights   and directing the issuance and delivery of not                Board Bill No. 156
for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel       to exceed $510,000 plus issuance costs                  An ordinance designating a portion of
on the remaining irregular “L”-shaped alley in      principal amount of tax increment financing        the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as a
City Block 3962 as bounded by Clayton,              (“TIF”) Revenue Notes (2500 South 18t h            Redevelopment Area known as the City
Sarah, Sarpy and Boyle in the City of St.           Street TIF Redevelopment Project), Series          Hospital Redevelopment Area pursuant to the
Louis, Missouri, as hereinafter described, in       2003, of the City of St. Louis, Missouri;          Real Property Tax Increment Redevelopment
accordance with Charter authority, and in           prescribing the form and details of the TIF        Act; approving a redevelopment plan and the
conformity with Section l4 of Article XXI of        notes and the covenants and agreements made        redevelopment project area one project with
the Charter and imposing certain conditions         by the City to facilitate and protect the          respect thereto; adopting tax increment
on such vacation.                                   payment thereof; and prescribing other             financing within the redevelopment area;
                                                    materials relating thereto.                        making findings with respect thereto;
Board Member Roddy introduced by request:
                                                                                                       establishing the City Hospital Special
                                                    Board Member Young introduced by request:
           Board Bill No. 149                                                                          Allocation Fund; authorizing certain actions
      An ordinance recommended by the Board                    Board Bill No. 153                      by City Officials; and containing a severability
of Public Service to vacate public surface rights        An ordinance designating a portion of         clause.
for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel       the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as a
                                                                                                       Board Members Young and Reed
on the 20 foot wide north/south alley and the       redevelopment area known as the Soulard            introduced by request:
remaining 543.5 ± 9.5 feet of the 20 foot wide      Market Apartments Redevelopment Area
east/west alley in City Block 4783 as bounded       pursuant to the Real Property Tax Increment                   Board Bill No. 157
by McKinley, Taylor, Clayton and Euclid in          Redevelopment Act; approving a                          An ordinance affirming adoption of a
the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as hereinafter     redevelopment plan and the Redevelopment           redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
described, in accordance with Charter               Project Area One Project with respect thereto;     redevelopment project area one project (RPA1
authority, and in conformity with Section l4        adopting tax increment financing within the        Project); authorizing the execution of a
of Article XXI of the Charter and imposing          redevelopment area; making findings with           redevelopment agreement by and between the
certain conditions on such vacation.                respect thereto; establishing the Soulard          City and City Hospital Development, L.L.C.;
                                                    Market Apartments Special Allocation Fund;         prescribing the form and details of said
Board Member Young introduced by request:
                                                    authorizing certain actions by City officials;     agreement; designating City Hospital
           Board Bill No. 150                       and containing a severability clause.              Development, L.L.C. as developer of the
    An ordinance designating a portion of                                                              redevelopment area; making certain findings
                                                    Board Member Young introduced by request:
the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as a                                                                  with respect thereto; authorizing other related
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actions in connection with the redevelopment      Project), Series 2003, of the City of St. Louis,   project with respect thereto; adopting tax
of certain property within the redevelopment      Missouri; prescribing the form and details of      increment financing within the redevelopment
area; and containing a severability clause.       the TIF notes and the covenants and                area; making findings with respect thereto;
                                                  agreements made by the city to facilitate and      establishing the 1601 Washington Special
Board Members Young and Reed
                                                  protect the payment thereof; and prescribing       Allocation Fund; authorizing certain actions
introduced by request:
                                                  other matters relating thereto.                    by City officials; and containing a severability
          Board Bill No. 158                                                                         clause.
                                                  Board Member Reed introduced by request:
      An ordinance recommended by the Board                                                          Board Member Reed introduced by request:
of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing                    Board Bill No. 162
and directing the issuance and delivery of not          An ordinance designating a portion of                   Board Bill No. 166
to exceed $4,000,000 plus issuance costs          the City of St. Louis, as a redevelopment area           An ordinance affirming adoption of a
principal amount of tax increment financing       known as the Fashion Square Redevelopment          redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
(“TIF”) revenue notes (City Hospital TIF          Area pursuant to the real property tax             redevelopment project; authorizing the
RPA1 Project), Series 2003, of the City of St.    increment redevelopment act; approving a           execution of a redevelopment agreement
Louis, Missouri; prescribing the form and         redevelopment plan and a redevelopment             between the City and 1601 Washington
details of the TIF notes and the covenants        project with respect thereto; adopting tax         Avenue, LLC; prescribing the form and details
and agreements made by the City to facilitate     increment financing within the redevelopment       of said agreement; designating 1601
and protect the payment thereof; and              area; making findings with respect thereto;        Washington Avenue, LLC as developer of the
prescribing other matters relating thereto.       establishing the Fashion Square Special            redevelopment area; making certain findings
                                                  Allocation Fund; authorizing certain actions       with respect thereto; authorizing other related
Board Member Reed introduced by request:
                                                  by City Officials and containing a severability    actions in connection with the redevelopment
          Board Bill No. 159                      clause.                                            of certain property within the redevelopment
      An ordinance designating a portion of                                                          area; and containing a severability clause.
                                                  Board Member Reed introduced by request:
the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as a                                                                Board Member Reed introduced by request:
redevelopment area known as the Printer’s                    Board Bill No. 163
Lofts Redevelopment Area pursuant to the               An ordinance affirming adoption of a                     Board Bill No. 167
real property tax increment redevelopment act;    redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,                  An ordinance recommended by the Board
approving a redevelopment plan and the            redevelopment project; authorizing the             of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing
redevelopment project area one project with       execution of a redevelopment agreement by          and directing the issuance and delivery of not
respect thereto; adopting tax increment           and between the City and Fashion Square,           to exceed $3,000,000 plus issuance costs
financing within the redevelopment area;          LLC; prescribing the form and details of said      principal amount of tax increment financing
making findings with respect thereto;             agreement; designating Fashion Square, LLC         ("TIF") revenue notes (1601 Washington TIF
establishing the Printer’s Lofts special          as developer of the Redevelopment Area;            Redevelopment Project), Series 2003, of the
allocation fund; authorizing certain actions by   making certain findings with respect thereto;      City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing the
City Officials; and containing a severability     authorizing other related actions in connection    form and details of the TIF notes and the
clause.                                           with the redevelopment of certain property         covenants and agreements made by the City
                                                  within the redevelopment area; and containing      to facilitate and protect the payment thereof;
Board Member Reed introduced by request:          a severability clause.                             and prescribing other matters relating thereto.
          Board Bill No. 160                      Board Member Reed introduced by request:           Board Member Young introduced by request:
      An ordinance affirming adoption of a
redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,                      Board Bill No. 164                                 Board Bill No. 168
redevelopment project area one project (RPA1            An ordinance recommended by the Board             An ordinance pursuant to Sections
Project); authorizing the execution of a          of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing          70.210-70.325 of the Revised Statutes of
redevelopment agreement by and between the        and directing the issuance and delivery of not     Missouri (2000) and recommended by the
City and Printers Loft LLC; prescribing the       to exceed $3,700,000 plus issuance costs           Airport commission; authorizing and directing
form and details of said agreement; designating   principal amount of tax increment financing        the Mayor and the Comptroller on behalf of
Printers Lofts LLC as developer of the            (“TIF”) Revenue Notes (Fashion Square TIF          the City of St. Louis (The "City") to execute
Redevelopment Area; making certain findings       Redevelopment Project), Series 2003, of the        and deliver an intergovernmental cooperation
with respect thereto; authorizing other related   City of St. Louis, Missouri; prescribing the       and development assistance agreement (the
actions in connection with the redevelopment      form and details of the TIF notes and the          "cooperation agreement") by and among the
of certain property within the redevelopment      covenants and agreements made by the City          City of Berkeley, Missouri ("Berkeley"), the
area; and containing a severability clause.       to facilitate and protec the payment thereof;      City of Ferguson, Missouri ("Ferguson"), the
                                                  and prescribing other matters relating thereto.    City of Kinloch, Missouri ("Kinloch"), the
Board Member Reed introduced by request:                                                             County of St. Louis, Missouri (the
                                                  Board Member Reed introduced by request:
          Board Bill No. 161                                                                         "County"), the State of Missouri acting by
     An ordinance recommended by the Board                   Board Bill No. 165                      and through its office and administration (the
of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing              An ordinance designating a portion of         "State") and the City, concerning the
and directing the issuance and delivery of not    the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as a              redevelopment of approximately four hundred
to exceed $3,880,000 plus issuance costs          redevelopment area known as the 1601               seventy-nine acres of real property located
principal amount of tax not to exceed             Washington Redevelopment Area pursuant to          along the eastern perimeter of Lambert-St.
$3,888,000 plus issuance costs principal          the Real Property Tax Increment                    Louis International Airport and partially
amount of tax increment financing (‘TIF”)         Redevelopment Act; approving a                     within the corporate limits of Kinloch,
Revenue Notes (Printer’s Lofts TIF RPA1           redevelopment plan and a redevelopment             Berkeley and Ferguson (The "Development
                                                                                                     Area"); prescribing and approving the form
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and details of said cooperation agreement;          Board Member Young introduced by request:                     Board Bill No. 102
making certain findings with respect thereto;                                                               An Ordinance recommended by the
determining and declaring the official intent of               Board Bill No. 172
                                                                                                       Board of Estimate and Apportionment
the City with respect thereto; providing for              An ordinance amending Ordinance 65865
                                                                                                       authorizing and directing the Director of
the filing of the cooperation agreement with        pertaining to the closing of Ninth Street;         Airports and the Comptroller of the City of
the Secretary of State and Recorder of Deeds;       authorizing and directing the Director of
                                                                                                       St. Louis (the “City”) to enter into and execute
                                                    Streets to remove the barricade presently
authorizing other related actions in connection                                                        on behalf of the City the “First Amendment
with the implementation of said cooperation         following a diagonal line starting on the east
                                                                                                       To The Lambert-St. Louis International
agreement; authorizing and directing the            side at the north line of the east/west alley to
                                                                                                       Airport (the ‘Airport’) Agency Agreement
Mayor and the Comptroller on behalf of the          the south line of the east/west alley on the       (Advertising)” (hereinafter referred to as the
City to enter into and execute a quit claim         west side of such alley which is located
                                                                                                       “First Amendment”) to the Airport Agency
                                                    between Hickory Street and Morrison Street,
deed to remise, release and forever quit-claim                                                         Agreement for Advertising (AL-290) between
one or more contracts for the sale of certain       and placing such barricades at a point
                                                                                                       the City and The Directory Graphics, L.L.C.,
real estate owned by the City to the Lambert        beginning at the southeast corner of City
                                                                                                       a Missouri Limited Liability Company, dated
Airport Eastern Perimeter Joint Development         Block 462S and extending southward across          August 10, 1998, and authorized by City
Commission created pursuant to the                  Hickory Street to the north curbline of City
                                                                                                       Ordinance No. 64385, approved June 25,
                                                    Block 467E and containing an emergency
cooperation agreement (the "Commission");                                                              1998 (the “Agreement”); the First
authorizing the execution and approval of           clause.
                                                                                                       Amendment to the Agreement, which is
other documents as may be necessary and                REFERENCE TO COMMITTEE                          attached hereto as ATTACHMENT “1” and
appropriate to implement this ordinance; and               OF BOARD BILLS                              made a part hereof, was approved by the
containing a severability clause.                                                                      City’s Airport Commission, and its terms are
                                                    BB#145 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning
                                                    BB#150 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     more fully described in Section One of this
Board Member Reed introduced by request:
                                                    BB#151 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     Ordinance; providing that the provisions set
           Board Bill No. 169                       BB#152 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     forth in this Ordinance shall be applicable
      An ordinance recommended by the Board         BB#153 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     exclusively to the Agreement as amended by
of Public Service to vacate public surface rights   BB#154 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     the First Amendment; containing a
for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel       BB#155 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     severability clause; and containing an
on 1) easternmost 246.50 feet of the 20 foot        BB#156 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     emergency clause.
wide east/west alley in City Block 939 as           BB#157 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning
bounded by Delmar, 20th, Lucas and 21st and                                                                       Board Bill No. 134
                                                    BB#158 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning           An Ordinance recommended and
2) easternmost 276 feet of Lucas between 20th       BB#159 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     approved by the Board of Estimate and
and 21st in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as     BB#160 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     Apportionment authorizing the Director of
hereinafter described, in accordance with           BB#161 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     Airports and the Comptroller of The City of
Charter authority, and in conformity with           BB#162 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     St. Louis (the “City”) to enter into and execute
Section l4 of Article XXI of the Charter and        BB#163 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     on behalf of the City the “Consent to
imposing certain conditions on such vacation.       BB#164 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     Assignment of Lease Agreement” at Lambert-
Board Member Ford-Griffin introduced by             BB#165 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     St. Louis International Airport (the
request:                                            BB#166 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     “Airport”) among the City, Midcoast
                                                    BB#167 - Housing, Urban Development and Zoning     Aviation, Inc. (the “Assignor” or “Midcoast”),
           Board Bill No. 170                       BB#146 - Ways & Means                              and Signature Flight Support Corporation (the
     An ordinance authorizing and directing         BB#170 - Ways & Means                              “Assignee” or “Signature”); the Consent to
the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.        BB#147 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 Assignment of Lease Agreement, which was
Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in            BB#148 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 recommended and approved by the Airport
consideration of the sum of One Million Two         BB#149 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 Commission, is attached hereto as
Thousand Dollars ($1,002,000.00) and other          BB#169 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 ATTACHMENT “1” and is made a part
good and valuable consideration, a Quit Claim       BB#171 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 hereof; authorizing the Mayor, the
Deed to remise, release and forever quit-claim      BB#172 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                 Comptroller, the Register, the City Counselor,
unto McGowan Brothers Development                   BB#168 - Transportation & Commerce                 the Director of Airports, and other
Corporation, LLC, certain City-owned                                                                   appropriate officers, agents, and employees
property located in City Block 528, which            SECOND READING AND REPORT
                                                       OF STANDING COMMITTEES                          of the City with the advice of the Director of
property is known as 1300-30 Convention                                                                Airports to enter into and execute on behalf
Plaza, and containing an emergency clause.               Ms. Young of the Committee on
                                                                                                       of the City and in the City’s, Airport’s, and
                                                    Transportation & Commerce submitted the
Board Member Bosley introduced by                                                                      the traveling public’s best interest any
                                                    following report which was read.
request:                                                                                               attendant or related documents, agreements,
                                                         Board of Aldermen Committee report,           or instruments deemed necessary to effectuate
           Board Bill No. 171                       June 20, 2003.                                     the terms set forth in the Consent to
      An ordinance authorizing and directing                                                           Assignment of Lease Agreement and/or
the Director of Streets to temporarily close,            To the President of the Board of
                                                                                                       deemed necessary to preserve and protect the
barricade or otherwise impede the flow of           Aldermen:
                                                                                                       City’s and Airport’s interest and to take such
traffic on College Avenue by blocking said               The Committee on Transportation &             actions as are necessary or appropriate in
traffic flow at the south curb line of West         Commerce to whom was referred the                  connection with the Consent to Assignment
Florissant Avenue, and containing an                following Board Bills, report that they have       of Lease Agreement or the consummation of
emergency clause.                                   considered the same and recommend adoption.        the transaction contemplated herein;
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containing a severability clause; and an                 Ms. Young moved that Board Bill                Noes: Smith, Gregali, Jones-King. 3
emergency clause.                                  No. 77 before the Board for perfection, be
                                                                                                        Present:0
                                                   perfected as reported out of Committee with
           Board Bill No. 135                      its recommendation “Do Pass”.
      An Ordinance, recommended and                                                                          THIRD READING
approved by the Airport Commission and the              Seconded by Mr. Kirner                             CONSENT CALENDAR
Board of Estimate and Apportionment,                                                                     Mr. Wessels moved for third reading and
                                                        Carried unanimously by voice vote.         final passage of Board Bill Nos. 77, 118, 132
authorizing a First Amendment to the Ground
Transportation Policy Ordinance 64406                    Mr. Kennedy moved that Board Bill No.     and 115.
approved July 1, 1998, which established           118 before the Board for perfection, be              Seconded by Ms. Young.
certain ground transportation policies for         perfected as reported out of Committee with
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (the       its recommendation “Do Pass”.                        Carried by the following vote:
“Airport”) by defining terms; authorizing the                                                           Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Bosley, Reed,
                                                        Seconded by Ms. Florida.
Airport Director to issue regulations governing                                                    Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa,
the conduct of ground transportation                    Carried unanimously by voice vote.         Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida, Baringer,
operators at the Airport and to enter into,                                                        Roddy, Kennedy, McMillan, Schmid, Jones-
                                                         Ms.Young moved that Board Bill No.
execute, issue, and amend Airport ground                                                           King, Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner,
                                                   132 before the Board for perfection, be
transportation use agreements (“Permits”),                                                         Williamson, Krewson and Mr. President
                                                   perfected as reported out of Committee with
requiring any ground transportation operator                                                       Shrewsbury. 26
                                                   its recommendation “Do Pass”.
to secure a Permit to use designated areas at
the Airport to conduct its business, and                Seconded by Mr. Villa.                          Noes:0
establishing a schedule of fees and charges                                                             Present:0
which must be paid by ground transportation             Carried unanimously by voice vote.
operators at the Airport as a condition                 Mr. Reed moved that Board Bill No. 115                 Board Bill No. 77
precedent to the rights granted to the operator    before the Board for perfection, be perfected          An ordinance authorizing and directing
under the Permit, by deleting Section 1 and        as reported out of Committee with its           the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.
Section 4 of the Ground Transportation             recommendation “Do Pass”.                       Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in
Policy Ordinance 64406 and enacting in lieu                                                        consideration of the sum of One Dollar ($1.00)
thereof a new Section 1 defining the additional         Seconded by Mr. Heitert.                   and other good and valuable consideration, a
terms “Airport Taxicab” and “Reserve                    Carried unanimously by voice vote.         Quit Claim Deed to remise, release and forever
Taxicab” and a new Section 4 revising and                                                          quit-claim unto Chouteau Point Realty, L.L.C.,
increasing the schedule of fees and charges              Ms. Young moved to suspend the rules      certain City-owned property located in City
which must be paid by ground transportation        for the purpose of moving the following Board   Block 860, and part of the wharf (but
operators of taxicabs at the Airport; containing   Bills to the third reading calendar for final   containing no mooring rights), which property
a severability clause; and containing an           passage: Board Bill Nos. 77, 118, 132 and       is a strip of land adjoining 2 Rutger Street, and
emergency clause.                                  115.                                            containing an emergency clause.
     Alderwoman Young                                   Seconded by Mr. Reed.                                 Board Bill No. 118
     Chairman of the Committee                          Carried by the following vote:                  An ordinance authorizing and directing
                                                                                                   the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.
           REPORT OF                                    Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Bosley, Reed,        Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in
       SPECIAL COMMITTEES                          Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa,         consideration of the sum of One Thousand
     None.                                         Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida, Baringer,   Dollars ($1,000.00) and other good and
                                                   Roddy, Kennedy, McMillan, Schmid, Jones-        valuable consideration, a Quit Claim Deed to
            BOARD BILLS
                                                   King, Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner,          remise, release and forever quit-claim unto
           FOR PERFECTION                          Williamson, Krewson and Mr. President
     Mr. Conway moved that Board Bill                                                              Terri L. Lovett and Lee E. Johnson, certain
                                                   Shrewsbury. 26                                  City-owned property located in City Block
No. 1 (Committee Substitute) before the
Board for perfection, be perfected as reported          Noes:0                                     4583, which property is known as 4296
                                                                                                   Washington Avenue, and containing an
out of Committee with its recommendation                Present:0                                  emergency clause.
“Do Pass”.
                                                         Mr. Conway moved to suspend the rules                Board Bill No. 132
     Seconded by Ms. Krewson.                      for the purpose of moving the following Board         An ordinance recommended by the Board
     Carried by the following vote:                Bills to the third reading calendar for final   of Public Service and the Board of Estimate
                                                   passage: Board Bill No. 1 (Committee            and Apportionment pertaining to the accrued
     Ayes: Flowers, Ford-Griffin, Reed,            Substitute).
Young, Conway, Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa,                                                            interest on the proceeds from the sale of Bonds
Heitert, Wessels, Florida, Roddy, McMillan,             Seconded by Ms. Krewson.                   in the amount of Ten Million Dollars
Schmid, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Krewson                                                         ($10,000,000.00) authorized by Proposition
                                                        Carried by the following vote:             No. 2 of Ordinance 64419, which was
and Mr. President Shrewsbury. 19
                                                        Ayes: Flowers, Reed, Young, Conway,        authorized at an election held on the 3 rd day of
    Noes: Smith, Bosley, Gregali, Baringer,                                                        November, 1998, and which Bond sale was
                                                   Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa, Heitert, Wessels,
Kennedy, Jones-King and Williamson. 7                                                              authorized by Ordinance 64641, which use of
                                                   Florida, Baringer, Roddy, Kennedy,
                                                   McMillan, Schmid, Boyd, Sondermann,             the proceeds from the sale of the Bonds was
     Present: Boyd. 1
                                                   Bauer, Kirner, Williamson, Krewson and Mr.      for the purpose of constructing,
                                                   President Shrewsbury. 21                        reconstructing, repairing, furnishing,
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rehabilitating, renovating, and equipping           Housing Trust Fund, Health Care Trust Fund,    Trustee Lease Fund, Riverfront Gaming Fund,
buildings and appurtenances for the Police          Use Tax Excess Trust Fund, Building            Various Grant Funds, Tax Increment District
Department, and for the purchase of new             Demolition Fund, Assessor, Victim’s Fund,      Special Allocation Fund, City Convention and
equipment for the Laboratory Division of the        Communications Division, Forest Park Fund,     Sports Facility Trust Fund and Employee
Police Department; appropriating said interest      Child Support Unit (Circuit Attorney’s         Benefits Fund (Department of Personnel); for
in the amount of Eight Hundred Thousand             Office), Circuit Attorney Training and         the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2003 and
Dollars ($800,000.00) to be used for                Collection Fee Funds, Port Administration,     ending June 30, 2004, amounting in the
exclusively said purposes, authorizing the          Peace Officer Training Fund, Capital           aggregate to the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty
Department of the President of the Board of         Improvement Projects Fund, Capital             Four Million, Two Hundred Eighty Six
Public Service to let contracts, employ and         Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund, Metro       Thousand, One Hundred Seventy Six Dollars
pay for labor, wages, consultants, and              Parks Sales Tax Fund, Centralized Mailroom     ($824,286,176) which sum is hereby
otherwise provide for designing, constructing,      Internal Service Fund, Tourism Fund, Lateral   appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds
reconstruction, replacing, remodeling,              Sewer Fund, Miscellaneous Special Funds,       named for the purposes hereinafter
repairing, furnishing, rehabilitation, renovating   Trustee Lease Fund, Riverfront Gaming Fund,    enumerated and containing an emergency
and equipping buildings and appurtenances           Various Grant Funds, Tax Increment District    clause.
thereto, and containing an emergency clause.        Special Allocation Fund, City Convention and
                                                    Sports Facility Trust Fund and Employee                    Board Bill No. 77
           Board Bill No. 115                       Benefits Fund (Department of Personnel); for          An ordinance authorizing and directing
      An ordinance authorizing and directing                                                       the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.
                                                    the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2003 and
the Director of Streets to close, barricade or                                                     Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in
                                                    ending June 30, 2004, amounting in the
otherwise impede the flow of pedestrian and         aggregate to the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty   consideration of the sum of One Dollar ($1.00)
vehicle traffic on 17th Street by blocking said                                                    and other good and valuable consideration, a
                                                    Four Million, Two Hundred Eighty Six
traffic flow at a point seventy-five (75) feet      Thousand, One Hundred Seventy Six Dollars      Quit Claim Deed to remise, release and forever
north of the north curbline of Papin Street,                                                       quit-claim unto Chouteau Point Realty, L.L.C.,
                                                    ($824,286,176) which sum is hereby
and containing an emergency clause.                                                                certain City-owned property located in City
                                                    appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds
                                                    named for the purposes hereinafter             Block 860, and part of the wharf (but
  THIRD READING, REPORT OF                                                                         containing no mooring rights), which property
THE ENGROSSMENT COMMITTEE                           enumerated and containing an emergency
                                                    clause.                                        is a strip of land adjoining 2 Rutger Street, and
     AND FINAL PASSAGE                                                                             containing an emergency clause.
       OF BOARD BILLS                                       REPORT OF THE
                                                                                                              Board Bill No. 118
     Board of Aldermen, Committee Report,               ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE
St. Louis, June 20, 2003.                                                                       An ordinance authorizing and directing
                                                    Board of Aldermen, Committee Report,
                                                                                           the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of St.
      To the President of the Board of St. Louis, June 20, 2003.                           Louis to execute, upon receipt of and in
Aldermen:                                           To the President of the Board of consideration of the sum of One Thousand
      The Committee on Engrossed & Aldermen:                                               Dollars ($1,000.00) and other good and
                                                                                           valuable consideration, a Quit Claim Deed to
Enrolled Bills to whom was referred the             The Committee on Engrossed &
following board bill report that they have Enrolled Bills to whom was referred the remise, release and forever quit-claim unto
considered the same and it is truly engrossed. following Board Bills report that they have Terri L. Lovett and Lee E. Johnson, certain
                                                                                           City-owned property located in City Block
      Mr. Conway moved for third reading and considered the same and they are truly 4583, which property is known as 4296
final passage of Board Bill No. 1 (Committee enrolled.                                     Washington Avenue, and containing an
Substitute).                                              Board Bill No. 1                 emergency clause.
     Seconded by Mr. Kirner.                               (Committee Substitute)                             Board Bill No. 132
                                                          An ordinance making appropriation for          An ordinance recommended by the Board
     Carried by the following vote:                 payment of Interest, Expenses and Principal    of Public Service and the Board of Estimate
      Ayes: Flowers, Reed, Young, Conway,           of the City’s Bonded Indebtedness,             and Apportionment pertaining to the accrued
Ortmann, Vollmer, Villa, Heitert, Wessels,          establishing City tax rates, and making        interest on the proceeds from the sale of Bonds
Florida, Baringer, Roddy, McMillan, Schmid,         appropriation for current year expenses of     in the amount of Ten Million Dollars
Boyd, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Williamson,        the City Government, Water Division, St.       ($10,000,000.00) authorized by Proposition
Krewson and President Shrewsbury. 21                Louis Airport Commission, Affordable           No. 2 of Ordinance 64419, which was
                                                    Housing Trust Fund, Health Care Trust Fund,    authorized at an election held on the 3 rd day of
     Noes: Smith, Gregali, Kennedy. 3               Use Tax Excess Trust Fund, Building            November, 1998, and which Bond sale was
     Present:0                                      Demolition Fund, Assessor, Victim’s Fund,      authorized by Ordinance 64641, which use of
                                                    Communications Division, Forest Park Fund,     the proceeds from the sale of the Bonds was
           Board Bill No. 1                         Child Support Unit (Circuit Attorney’s         for the purpose of constructing,
        (Committee Substitute)                      Office), Circuit Attorney Training and         reconstructing, repairing, furnishing,
     An ordinance making appropriation for          Collection Fee Funds, Port Administration,     rehabilitating, renovating, and equipping
payment of Interest, Expenses and Principal         Peace Officer Training Fund, Capital           buildings and appurtenances for the Police
of the City’s Bonded Indebtedness,                  Improvement Projects Fund, Capital             Department, and for the purchase of new
establishing City tax rates, and making             Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund, Metro       equipment for the Laboratory Division of the
appropriation for current year expenses of          Parks Sales Tax Fund, Centralized Mailroom     Police Department; appropriating said interest
the City Government, Water Division, St.            Internal Service Fund, Tourism Fund, Lateral   in the amount of Eight Hundred Thousand
Louis Airport Commission, Affordable                Sewer Fund, Miscellaneous Special Funds,       Dollars ($800,000.00) to be used for
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exclusively said purposes, authorizing the          redevelopment project; authorizing the           dedication to DeSales Community Housing
Department of the President of the Board of         execution of a redevelopment agreement by        Corporation and to the Tower Grove East and
Public Service to let contracts, employ and         and between the City and DDR Realty              Fox Park neighborhoods and we further wish
pay for labor, wages, consultants, and              Company; prescribing the form and details of     her well in all of her future endeavors and we
otherwise provide for designing, constructing,      said agreement, making certain findings with     direct the Clerk of this Board to prepare a
reconstruction, replacing, remodeling,              respect thereto; authorizing other related       commemorative copy of this Resolution to
repairing, furnishing, rehabilitation, renovating   actions in connection with the redevelopment     the end that it many be presented to our
and equipping buildings and appurtenances           of certain property within the redevelopment     honoree at a time and place deemed appropriate
thereto, and containing an emergency clause.        area; and containing a severability clause.      by the Sponsors.
           Board Bill No. 115                             Board Bills Numbered 1 (Committee          Introduced this 20th day of June, 2003 by:
      An ordinance authorizing and directing        Substitute), 77, 118, 132, 115, 106, 65 and 66
                                                                                                     Honorable Phyllis Young, Alderwoman 7th Ward
the Director of Streets to close, barricade or      (Committee Substitute) were read and all other
                                                                                                     Honorable Stephen Conway, Alderman 8thWard
otherwise impede the flow of pedestrian and         business being suspended, Mr. Shrewsbury,
                                                                                                     Honorable Lewis Reed, Alderman 6th Ward
vehicle traffic on 17th Street by blocking said     in the presence of the Board and in open
                                                                                                     Honorable Kenneth Ortmann, Alderman 9th Ward
traffic flow at a point seventy-five (75) feet      session, affixed his signature in accordance
north of the north curbline of Papin Street,        with the provisions of the Charter.                         Resolution No. 80
and containing an emergency clause.                                                                       WHEREAS, we have been apprised that
                                                        COURTESY RESOLUTIONS
                                                                                                     the Adult Education and Literacy Program of
           Board Bill No. 106                             CONSENT CALENDAR
                                                                                                     the St. Louis Public Schools has recently
      An Ordinance pertaining to the                      Mr. Wessels introduced Resolution Nos.     honored the graduating class for 2003; and
Transportation Sales Tax imposed pursuant           79, 80, 81 and 82 and the Clerk was instructed
to Senate Bill 432 as adopted and approved          to read same.                                          WHEREAS , the St. Louis Public
by the voters of St. Louis City on August 2,                                                         Schools’ Adult Basic Education program
1994, pursuant to Ordinance 63168; creating                    Resolution No. 79                     provides quality educational services to St.
the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust                  WHEREAS, Mary Thurman has served           Louis area adults who are seeking to improve
Fund” directing the Treasurer of the City of        DeSales Community Housing Corp. with             their education and become more productive
St. Louis to deposit funds received pursuant        distinction since 1999 in the positions of       members of this community; and
to said sales tax into the City Public Transit      Community Development Coordinator and
                                                    Assistant Director; and                               WHEREAS , these outstanding
Sales Tax Trust Fund” appropriating NINE
                                                                                                     graduates are often required to overcome
MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED, FORTY-ONE                          WHEREAS, Mary has carried out her          significant personal obstacles and make
THOUSAND DOLLARS ($9,541,000) from                  duties on behalf of DeSales and the Fox Park     incredible sacrifices in order to successfully
the said sales tax for the period herein stated     and Tower Grove East neighborhoods with          complete this program and many continue their
to the Bi-State Development Agency for              exemplary dedication and energy; and             education at colleges and universities
certain purposes; providing for the payment
                                                           WHEREAS, Mary has been a leader in        throughout the country; and
of such funds during the period July 1, 2003
through, June 30, 2004 ; further providing that     the Sustainable Neighborhoods Initiative,              WHEREAS , this exceptional program
in no event shall the Comptroller draw              Operation Weed & Seed, DeSales Mutual            is available at more than 70 locations around
warrants on the Treasurer for an amount             Housing Association, the Tower Grove East        the St. Louis metropolitan area and succeeds
greater than the amounts of the proceeds            Targeted Investment Strategy Area and other      because of the dedication of the program’s
deposited in the “City Public Transit Sales         efforts to improve the quality of neighborhood   many skilled teachers and volunteers who are
Tax Trust Fund” during the period of July 1,        life in the City of St. Louis; and               committed to providing an excellent
2003 through June 30, 2004 ; containing a                 WHEREAS, since 1999, Mary has been         educational opportunity for all of our citizens;
severability clause.                                instrumental in generating $8.6 million in       and
            Board Bill No. 65                       housing and commercial investment by                  WHEREAS, the teachers, staff and
      An ordinance recommended by the Board         DeSales and other investor committed to the      students of the Adult Education and Literacy
                                                    stabilization and growth of the St. Louis        Program are united in a common goal to
of Estimate and Apportionment designating a
                                                    community; and                                   complete their education in order to improve
portion of the City of St. Louis, Missouri, as
a redevelopment area known as the Southtown               WHEREAS, Mary has faithfully               themselves, their families and their
Redevelopment Area pursuant to the real             attended countless neighborhood meetings,        community; and
property tax increment allocation                   block unit meetings, resident council meetings         NOW THEREFORE BE IT
redevelopment act; approving a redevelopment        and planning sessions, earning the admiration    RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of
plan and a redevelopment project with respect       and respect of her peers and neighborhood        the City of St. Louis, that we pause in our
thereto; adopting tax increment financing           residents; and                                   deliberations to recognize and congratulate
within the redevelopment area; establishing
                                                          WHEREAS, Mary will soon take her           and all of the teachers, staff and students of
the Southtown Special Allocation Fund; and
                                                    leave of DeSales and the St. Louis area to       the Adult Education and Literacy Program of
authorizing the City Comptroller to enter into
                                                    pursue her career in the Sunshine State of       the St. Louis Public Schools and we thank
contracts to facilitate revenue allocation and
                                                    Florida;                                         them for their commitment to academic
collection; and making findings related thereto.                                                     excellence and we further direct the Clerk of
                                                         NOW THEREFORE BE IT                         this Board to spread a copy of this Resolution
           Board Bill No. 66
                                                    RESOLUED by the Board of Aldermen of             across the minutes of these proceedings and
        (Committee Substitute)
                                                    the City of St. Louis that we pause in our       to prepare a commemorative copy for
     An ordinance affirming adoption of a           deliberations to recognize and honor Mary        presentation to our honoree at a time and place
redevelopment plan, redevelopment area,
                                                    Thurman and we thank her for her outstanding     deemed appropriate by the Sponsor.
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Introduced on the 20th day of June, 2003 by:              WHEREAS , Reverend Fraction is an                   Respectfully submitted,
                                                    exceptional member of our community whose                 Karen L. Divis, Clerk
Honorable Lewis Reed, Alderman 6th Ward
                                                    service to his congregation, his neighbors in             Board of Aldermen
Honorable Irene J. Smith, Alderwoman 1st Ward       the 1st Ward and to all of our citizens is greatly
           Resolution No. 81                        appreciated;
      WHEREAS, we have been apprised that
on June 19, 2003, Hilda Boyer will celebrate
                                                          NOW THEREFORE BE IT
                                                    RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of
                                                                                                           BOARD OF
her glorious 90th Birthday; and                     the City of St. Louis that we pause in our
                                                    deliberations to recognize and honor Reverend
                                                                                                         PUBLIC SERVICE
       WHEREAS, Hilda was born and raised                                                                         Regular Meeting
in St. Louis and is a life long resident of Lemay   Ronald M. Fraction, Sr., on the occasion of
                                                    his Seventh Anniversary as Pastor at Mount              St. Louis, MO - June 24, 2003
in St. Louis County; and
                                                    Chapel Missionary Baptist Church and we                   Board met at 1:45 P.M.
     WHEREAS , Hilda is retired from Bemis          thank him for his outstanding service to our
Bag Company where she served as a valued            community and we further direct the Clerk of              Present:    Directors Visintainer,
and respected employee for many years; and          this Board to spread a copy of this Resolution       Suelmann, Siedhoff, Bess, Stallworth, Simon
                                                    across the minutes of these proceedings and          and President Hearst.
     WHEREAS , Hilda continues to be an
active and devoted member of Faithful               to prepare a commemorative copy to the end                Absent: Directors Stallworth and
Lutheran Church; and                                that it may be presented to our honoree at a         Griggs. (excused)
                                                    time and place deemed appropriate by the
      WHEREAS, Hilda has been sustained             Sponsor.                                                  Requests of the Director of Health and
throughout her life by the love and support of                                                           Hospitals and Director of Airport to be
her late husband, William; her children, and        Introduced on the 20th day of June, 2003 by:         excused from the Regular
her many friends and admirers; and                  Honorable Irene J. Smith, Alderwoman 1st Ward             Meeting of June 24, 2003 and designating
     WHEREAS, on Thursday, June 19,                      Unanimous consent having been                   Mr. Don Huber to act in his behalf were
2003, Hilda will be honored by her family and       obtained Resolution Nos. 79, 80, 81 and 82           received and leaves of absence granted.
many friends at a gala birthday celebration;        stood considered.                                        In the absence of the Secretary, Board of
      NOW THEREFORE BE IT                                 Mr. Wessels moved that Resolution No.          Public Service, Cherise D. Thomas was
RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of                79, 80, 81 and 82 be adopted, at this meeting        appointed Secretary pro tem.
the City of St. Louis that we pause in our          of the Board.                                             Minutes of the Regular Meeting of
deliberations to congratulate Hilda Boyer on
                                                          Seconded by Mr. Villa.                         June 17, 2003 were unanimously approved.
the occasion of her 90th Birthday and we wish
her continued peace, good health and                      Carried unanimously by voice vote.                  The following documents were referred
happiness and we further direct the Clerk of                                                             by the Secretary:
this Board to spread a copy of this Resolution                  FIRST READING
across the minutes of these proceedings and                    OF RESOLUTIONS                                          June 18, 2003
to prepare a commemorative copy to the end                None.                                               To the Directors of Public Utilities and
that it may be presented to our honoree at a                                                             Streets: 107791, Washington University,
time and place deemed appropriate by the                       SECOND READING                            directional bore for the purpose of installing a
Sponsor.                                                       OF RESOLUTIONS                            communications system at Skinker/Forest
                                                          None                                           Park. 107792, Charter Communications, cut
Introduced on the 19th day of June 2003 by:                                                              or bore for purpose of installing coaxial cables
                                                           MISCELLANEOUS AND                             at Marquette/Jamieson.
Honorable Dionne Flowers, Alderwoman 2nd Ward
                                                           UNFINISHED BUSINESS
           Resolution No. 82                              None.                                               To the Directors of Public Utilities,
                                                                                                         Streets, Parks, Recreation and Forestry and
      WHEREAS , we have been apprised that
                                                               ANNOUNCEMENTS                             Health and Hospitals: 107793, Soulard
Reverend Ronald M. Fraction, Sr. is celebrating
                                                          None.                                          Business Assoc., hold event July 10, 2003 at
his Seventh Anniversary as Pastor of Mount
                                                                                                         Soulard Park.
Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in the City                 EXCUSED ALDERMEN
of St. Louis; and                                        Mr. Wessels moved to excuse the                               June 20, 2003
     WHEREAS , on Sunday, June 22, 2003,            following aldermen due to their necessary                 To the Directors of Public Utilities and
the members of Mount Chapel Missionary              absence: Ms. Ryan and Mr. Carter.                    Public Safety: 107796, Christ Community
Baptist Church, along with the family and                                                                UMC, resubdivide at Athlone/Carter in
                                                          Seconded by Mr. Villa
many friends of Reverend Fraction, will gather                                                           C.B. 3568.
together to honor him and celebrate his many              Carried unanimously by voice vote.
                                                                                                              To the Directors of Streets and Public
years of spiritual leadership; and                                ADJOURNMENT                            Safety: 107794, Sadik Kukic, encroach with
     WHEREAS , Reverend Fraction, who                     Mr. Wessels moved to adjourn under             handicap ramp at 4457 Gravois.
was ordained in Roswell, Georgia in August          rules to return Friday, June 27, 2003.                    To the Directors of Health and Hospitals
of 1989, has been sustained throughout his                Seconded by Mr. Heitert.                       and Public Safety: 107795, Rick Wolf, conduct
ministry by the love and support of his wife,                                                            day care center at 7925 Minnesota.
Evie, his family and many friends and                     Carried unanimously by voice vote.
admirers; and
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      To the Director of Public Safety: 104807,         P.S.A. No. 987 with Chiodini Associates,       DIRECTORS OF STREETS AND
Fred Weber, Inc., operate a stockpile at 1204     for Programming, Space Planning, and Design            HEALTH AND HOSPITALS
So. Wharf. 106086, Fred Weber, Inc., operate      of Replacement Facility for Health Division             Application No. 107745, Entertainment
a stockpile at 1337 So. Kingshighway.             approved and President authorized to execute       St. Louis, hold event once a month on Fridays
                                                  same.                                              during the summer of 2003 on Washington
              June 24, 2003
                                                       P.S.A. No. 988 with Parksons,                 Avenue ordered approved, subject to certain
     To the Directors of Public Utilities and
                                                  Brinckerhoff, Quade & Douglas, for Final           conditions.
Public Safety: 107797, Land Reutilization
Authority, Andrew C. & Delores Gaddy and          Design of North Kingshighway Blvd. and                 DIRECTORS OF PARKS,
Cyrano Jones, consolidate lots atUnion/Lillian    Bircher Blvd. Pavement Reconstruction                RECREATION AND FORESTRY
in C.B. 5087. 107798, Tenant - St. Louis,         approved and President authorized to execute
                                                                                                       AND HEALTH AND HOSPITALS
resubdivide at Oakland/Hampton/Clayton/           same.
                                                                                                          Application No. 107768, Downtown St.
Graham in C.B. 4592, 4593, 2781-N and                  St. Louis Artworks Development                Louis Partnership and Fair St. Louis, hold event
2782-E. 107799, St. Louis Housing Authority,      Agreement between St. Louis Artworks and           July 3, 2003 at Kiener Plaza ordered
resubdivide at Compton/Bell in part of C.B.       the City of St. Louis, acting through the Board    approved, subject to certain conditions.
6493, 6494 and 6495. 107800, CDC                  of Public Service in the amount of $5,000.00
Development Corp., resubdivide at Buchanan/
                                                  approved and President authorized to execute        DIRECTORS OF HEALTH AND
Klien/Angelrodt in C.B. 1183.                                                                        HOSPITALS AND PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                  same.
     To the Directors of Streets, Health and                                                              6 day care centers ordered approved as
                                                       Revised Policies and Procedures for the       follows: 107570, Step Ahead, 6512-14
Hospitals and Public Safety: 107801,
                                                  Procurement of Professional Service approved       Chippewa; 107433, Love N’ Learn Daycare
Epiphany of Our Lord Catholic Church, hold        and President authorized to execute same.          Center, 5431 Pernod; 107663, Family
event on Parish grounds September 12-13,
2003 at Smiley b/t Murdoch/Ivanhoe.                     DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                          Resource, 3309 South Kingshighway; 107453,
                                                                                                     COJC Learning Center d/b/a The Church of
     To the Directors of Streets and Public             UTILITIES AND STREETS
                                                                                                     Christ, 2705 Potomac; 107273, Tower Grove
Safety: 107802, Joe Fassi Sausage Co., Inc.,           4 permits to install communication cable
                                                                                                     Baptist Church Daycare Center, 4257
                                                  ordered approved, subject to certain
encroach with 4 tables and 16 chair at 2321                                                          Magnolia, and;
Sublette.                                         conditions      as      follows:       Charter
                                                  Communications, Euclid/Forest Park; Charter             Application No. 107276, Noel’s
                LETTINGS                          Communications, Russell/Compton; Digital           Knowledge Daycare Center, amend day care
     Five sealed proposals for the public         Teleport, Inc., 4th/Convention Plaza, and;         center to include 30 additional children
work advertised under Letting No. 8224 -          Digital Teleport, Inc., 11th/Angelica.             downstairs (5 infants and 25 children) ordered
Group No. 2 - Residential Asbestos                                                                   approved.
Abatement, Lambert-St. Louis International            DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC
                                                    UTILITIES, STREETS, PARKS,                            Application No. 107789, New
Airport, were received, publicly opened, read
                                                    RECREATION AND FORESTRY                          Northside Child Development, conduct
and referred to the President.
                                                                                                     summer camp Monday-Friday 6 am to 6 pm
                                                    AND HEALTH AND HOSPITALS
     Communications, reports, recommen-                                                              ordered approved.
                                                       2 permits ordered approved, subject to
dations and documents were submitted by           certain conditions as follows: 107760,                  The following documents were not listed
Board Members and action thereon taken as         Hispanic Festival, Inc., hold event August 9,      on the posted Agenda: 264382, 264383,
follows:
                                                  2003 at Poelker/Kauffman Parks, and; 107761,       264384, 264385, 264386, 264393, 264394,
               PRESIDENT                          St. Louis Fire Department, hold event              264395, 264396, 264397 and 264312.
     Preliminary award of contract ordered        September 7, 2003 at Memorial Plaza.
                                                                                                          Adjourned to meet              Tuesday,
given and 10 days granted in which to sign             DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                           July 1, 2003 at 1:45 P.M.
same:
                                                   UTILITIES, PARKS, RECREATION                                       Ronald A. Hearst, P.E.
     Letting No. 8222 - O’Fallon Park               AND FORESTRY AND HEALTH                                           President
Roadway Renovation, Project No. 02844.01,                  AND HOSPITALS                             ATTEST:
Gateway Contractors, Inc., 701 Military, St.            2 permits ordered approved, subject to                        Cherise D. Thomas
Louis, MO 63125, Amount: $889,808.10.             certain conditions as follows: 107559, St. Louis                    Secretary pro tem
     Proposed contracts and bonds ordered         Dream Center and Life in the Word Inc., d/b/a
approved as follows:                              Joyce Meyer Ministries, hold event August
                                                  21, 2003 at Fairgrounds Park, and; 107762,                    Office of the
     Letting No. 8214 - Concrete                  Adams Park Community Center, hold event                  Board of Public Service
Replacement Due to City of St. Louis Water        October 25, 2003 at Forest Park.
Division Maintenance and Construction,                                                                        City of St. Louis
                                                       DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                                SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
2003-04, Aulbach Contracting, Inc., 5356
Southview Hills Court, St. Louis, MO 63128,        UTILITIES AND PUBLIC SAFETY                       for the Public Work hereinafter mentioned at
Contract No. 19570.                                    Application No. 107217, Etzel Place IV,       the Office of the Board of Public Service,
                                                  L.P., subdivide plat of land in C.B. 3825          Room 208, City Hall, until 1:45 P.M.
     Letting No. 8217 - Modifications of                                                             July 15, 2003 St. Louis, Missouri time, at
                                                  ordered approved, subject to certain
Existing Airfield Electrical Distribution         conditions.                                        which time they will be publicly opened and
Systems, Lambert-St. Louis International                                                             read, viz:
Airport, Sachs Electric Company, 1572 Larkin
Williams Road, Fenton, MO 63026, Contract
No. 19572
July 1, 2003                                                     The City Journal                                                                    11

LETTING NO. 8225: FAA/SIGN ACCESS                   race, color or national origin in consideration         Each bidder shall specify in his proposal
ROAD at LAMBERT ST. LOUIS                           for an award. The MBE/WBE goals for this          in figures, without interlineations, alterations
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT                               project are 25% and 5%.                           or erasures, a unit price for each of those items
                                                                                                      where so called for in the proposal, and shall
DEPOSIT: $2,775.00                                       The contract shall provide that not less     show the products of the respective unit prices
      Plans, specifications and general             than the prevailing hourly rate of wages in the   and estimated quantities. He shall also show
information may be obtained in the Office of        City of St. Louis as determined by the            in figures bid proposals for all items on which
the Assistant Director of Airports for              Department of Labor and Industrial Relations      Lump Sum figures are requested, and, in
Planning/Engineering, Room MT-1296,                 of the State of Missouri for each craft or type   addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Lump
Airport Main Terminal, Lambert-St. Louis            of workmen needed in the actual construction      Sum for which he will perform all of the
International Airport, from 8:30 AM to              work on the site of the construction job herein   estimated work, as requested by the general
4:00 PM, Monday through Friday and upon             authorized, as well as the general prevailing     requirements and covenants, specifications
payment of FIFTY dollars ($50.00) for each          rate for legal holiday and overtime work shall    and plans.
package. Purchased sets become the property         be paid to all workmen.
                                                                                                           In case of a discrepancy between the
of the prospective bidder and no refunds will            All labor to be performed under this         gross sum shown in the proposal and that
be made. Information concerning this project        contract shall be subject to the provisions of    obtained by the addition of the bid prices as
may be obtained by telephoning                      Sections 290.210 to 290.340 inclusive, of the     applied to be basic items, the latter shall
(314) 426-8015.                                     Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1986.               prevail.
      Proposals must be made on blank forms            The right of the Board of Public Service to         Each bid must be accompanied by a
to be furnished by the President of the Board       reject any or all bids is expressly reserved.     Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or
of Public Service, and must be submitted to
                                                       By order of the Board of Public Service,       Trust Company in the City of Saint Louis,
Room 208, City Hall.
                                                    JUNE 10, 2003.                                    payable to the order of the City Treasurer,
      Each bidder shall specify in his proposal                                                       for the amount of deposit required, as
in figures, without interlineations, alterations                    Ronald A. Hearst, P.E.            heretofore stated.
or erasures, a unit price for each of those items                   President
                                                    ATTEST:                                                 All work under this contract will be paid
where so called for in the proposal, and shall
                                                                    Darlene A. Plump,                 for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the
show the products of the respective unit prices
                                                                    Secretary                         work completed, less a retained amount of
and estimated quantities. He shall also show
                                                                                                      ten percent (10%). The City will make final
in figures bid proposals for all items on which
                                                                                                      payment, including all retained percentages,
Lump Sum figures are requested, and, in                         Office of the                         within ten (10) days after completion of all
addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Lump           Board of Public Service                    work and final acceptance.
Sum for which he will perform all of the                      City of St. Louis
estimated work, as requested by the general                                                                 “The City of St. Louis hereby notifies
                                                          SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
requirements and covenants, specifications                                                            all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that
                                                    for the Public Work hereinafter mentioned at
and plans.                                                                                            in any contract entered into pursuant to this
                                                    the Office of the Board of Public Service,
                                                                                                      advertisement, minority business enterprises
     In case of a discrepancy between the           Room 208, City Hall, until 1:45 P.M .
                                                                                                      will be afforded full opportunity to submit
gross sum shown in the proposal and that            July 15, 2003 St. Louis, Missouri time, at
                                                                                                      bids in response to this invitation and will not
obtained by the addition of the bid prices as       which time they will be publicly opened and
                                                                                                      be discriminated against on the grounds of race,
applied to be basic items, the latter shall         read, viz:
                                                                                                      color or national origin in consideration for an
prevail.
                                                    LETTING NO. 8226: Residential Sound               award.”
     Each bid must be accompanied by a              Insulation Program, Part XXIV at LAMBERT
                                                                                                            The contract shall provide that not less
Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or         ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
                                                                                                      than the prevailing hourly rate of wages in the
Trust Company in the City of Saint Louis,
                                                    DEPOSIT: $9,600.00                                City of St. Louis as determined by the
payable to the order of the City Treasurer,
                                                                                                      Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
for the amount of deposit required, as                   Plans, specifications and general            of the State of Missouri for each craft or type
heretofore stated.                                  information may be obtained in the Office of
                                                                                                      of workmen needed in the actual construction
                                                    the Assistant Director of Airports for
      All work under this contract will be paid                                                       work on the site of the construction job herein
                                                    Planning/Development, 13723 Riverport
for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the                                                        authorized, as well as the general prevailing
                                                    Drive, Maryland Heights Missouri 63043,
work completed, less a retained amount of                                                             rate for legal holiday and overtime work shall
                                                    from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through
ten percent (10%). Final payment, including                                                           be paid to all workmen.
                                                    Friday and upon payment of fifty dollars
all retained percentages, will be made within       ($50.00) for each package. Purchased sets              All labor to be performed under this
ten (10) days after completion of all work and
                                                    become the property of the prospective bidder     contract shall be subject to the provisions of
final acceptance by the City.                       and no refunds will be made. Information          Sections 290.210 to 290.340 inclusive, of the
    The City of St. Louis hereby notifies all       concerning this project may be obtained by        Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1986.
bidders that it will affirmatively insure that      telephoning (314) 551-5025.
                                                                                                            The right of the Board of Public Service
in any contract entered into pursuant to this             Proposals must be made on blank forms       to reject any or all bids are expressly reserved.
advertisement, minority business enterprises
                                                    to be furnished by the President of the Board
will be afforded full opportunity to submit                                                              By order of the Board of Public Service,
                                                    of Public Service, and must be submitted to
bids in response to this invitation and will                                                          JUNE 10, 2003.
                                                    Room 208, City Hall.
not be discriminated against on the grounds of
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                 Ronald A. Hearst, P.E.             for the amount of Deposit required, as              authorizing the Appellant to operate a home
                 President                          heretofore stated.                                  day care for 10 children at 5712 Julian.
ATTEST:                                                                                                 Ward 26 Home Occupancy Waiver
                                                           All work under this contract will be paid
                 Darlene A. Plump,
                                                    for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the           APPEAL 8202 - Appeal filed by Simms
                 Secretary
                                                    work completed, less a retained amount of           Child Care, from the determination of the
                                                    ten (10%) percent. Final payment, including         Building Commissioner in the denial of a home
            Office of the                           all retained percentages, will be made within       occupancy waiver authorizing the Appellant
       Board of Public Service                      ten (10) days after completion of all work and      to operate a home day care for 10 children at
          City of St. Louis                         final acceptance by the City.                       6328 Sherry. Ward 27 Home Occupancy
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received for                                                                   Waiver
                                                          The City of St. Louis will affirmatively
the Public Work hereinafter mentioned by the        insure that in any contract entered into                  APPEAL 8203 - Appeal filed by
Board of Public Service, Room 208 City Hall,        pursuant to this advertisement, minority            Johnson's Auto Sales, from the determination
until 1:45 P.M., St. Louis, Missouri time on        business enterprises will be afforded full          of the Building Commissioner in the denial of
July 15, 2003 at which time they will be            opportunity to submit bids in response to           an occupancy permit authorizing the
publicly opened and read, viz:                      this invitation and will not be discriminated       Appellant to operate a used car lot and office
JOB TITLE: Eads Bridge Construction                 against on the grounds of race, color or national   at 2418-24 N. Florissant. Ward 5
Package "E “                                        origin in consideration for an award. The DBE       #AO276618-03
                                                    goal for this project is 9%.
LETTING NO: 8230                                                                                             APPEAL 8204 - Appeal filed by A-1
                                                          The Contract shall provide that not less      Auto Credit, from the determination of the
DEPOSIT: $7,850.00                                  than the prevailing hourly rate of wages in the     Building Commissioner in the denial of an
     Drawings, Specifications and Form of           City of St. Louis as determined by the              occupancy permit authorizing the Appellant
Contract may be examined at the Office of the       Department of Labor and Industrial Relations        to operate a used auto sales business at 7520
President of the Board of Public Service,           of the State of Missouri for each craft or type     Michigan. Ward 11 #AO279442-03
Room 301 City Hall, (314) 622-3535.                 of workmen needed in the actual construction
                                                                                                             In accordance with the provisions of
                                                    work on the site of the construction job herein
     Sets of Drawings, Specifications and           authorized, as well as the general prevailing       Ordinance 59981, effective July 31, 1986.
Proposal Form may be obtained by giving             rate for legal holiday and overtime work shall          By authority of the Board of
three (3) days notice, and upon payment of          be paid to all workmen.                             Adjustment.
FIFTY dollars ($50.00) for each set.
                                                         All labor to be performed under this                K. Duckworth, Chairman
      Purchased sets become the property of         contract shall be subject to the provisions of
the prospective bidder and no refunds will be       Section 290.210 to 290.340, inclusive, of the
made.                                               Revised Statutes of Missouri.                          PUBLIC NOTICE
      Proposals must be made on blank forms               The right of the Board of Public Service            A public hearing will be held by the
to be furnished by the President of the Board       to reject any or all bids is expressly reserved.    Board of Adjustment at 1:30 p.m. on
of Public Service, and must be submitted to                                                             Wednesday, July 9, 2003, in Room 208 City
Room 208 City Hall.                                    By Order of the Board of Public Service,         Hall to consider the following:
                                                    JUNE 10, 2003.
      Each bidder shall specify in his proposal                                                              APPEAL 8205 - Appeal filed by Gian-
in figures, without interlineations, alterations,                    Ronald A. Hearst, P.E.             Tony's, from the determination of the Building
or erasures, a unit price for each of those items                    President                          Commissioner in the denial of a building
where so called for in the proposal, and shall      ATTEST:                                             permit authorizing the Appellant to expand
show the products of the respective unit prices                      Darlene A. Plump,                  an existing restaurant at 5356 Daggett Ave.
and estimated quantities. He shall also show                         Secretary                          Ward 10 #AB275768-03
in figures bid proposals for all items on which
Lump Sum figures are requested, and, in                                                                      APPEAL 8206 - Appeal filed by
addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Lump       PUBLIC NOTICE                                    Deborah Boyce, from the determination of
Sum for which he will perform all of the                  A public hearing will be held by the          the Building Commissioner in the denial of a
estimated work, as requested by the general         Board of Adjustment at 1:30 p.m. on                 home occupancy waiver authorizing the
requirements and covenants, specifications,         Wednesday, July 2, 2003, in Room 208 City           Appellant to operate a home day care for 7
and plans.                                          Hall to consider the following:                     children at 6008 Pennsylvania. Ward 11
                                                                                                        Home Occupancy Waiver
     In case of a discrepancy between the                 APPEAL 8200 - Appeal filed by H.W.2
gross sum shown in the proposal and that            Child Home Center, from the determination                 APPEAL 8207 - Appeal filed by
obtained by the addition of the bid prices as       of the Building Commissioner in the denial of       Verneas Cunningham, from the determination
applied to the basic items, the latter shall        a home occupancy waiver authorizing the             of the Building Commissioner in the denial of
prevail.                                            Appellant to operate a home day care for 10         a home occupancy waiver authorizing the
                                                    children at 4737 Cupples. Ward 4                    Appellant to operate a home day care for 10
     Each bid must be accompanied by a                                                                  children at 2011 E. Alice Ward 21 Home
                                                    Home Occupancy Waiver
Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or                                                             Occupancy Waiver
Trust Company in the City of Saint Louis,                APPEAL 8201 - Appeal filed by
payable to the Order of the City Treasurer, or      Ordered Steps Child Care, from the                       APPEAL 8208 - Appeal filed by
a Surety Bond approved by the Comptroller,          determination of the Building Commissioner          Wiggins' Home Day Care, from the
                                                    in the denial of a home occupancy waiver            determination of the Building Commissioner
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in the denial of a home occupancy waiver                3718 Gravois - #AO279218-03 -                       The last date for filing an application for
authorizing the Appellant to operate a home         Coffee Shop/No Cooking - "G" - Local              the following examination is JULY 25, 2003.
day care for 10 children at 4126 E. Natural         Commercial and Office District. Ward 15
Bridge. Ward 3 Home Occupancy Waiver                                                                             UTILITY WORKER
                                                        7005 S Broadway - #AO278933-03 -                          Prom./O.C. 8941
      APPEAL 8209 - Appeal filed by Mark            New & Used Appliance Sales (1st Floor) -          $22,698 to $34,034 (Annual Salary Range)
Barnstead, from the determination of the            "F" - Neighborhood Commercial District.
Building Commissioner in the denial of an           Ward 11
occupancy permit authorizing the Appellant                                                                 Vacation, Holidays, Sick Leave, Social
                                                         6933 Hampton - #AO272648-03 -                Security, and Employee Retirement System
to have outside storage of roof tile and slate at
                                                    Resale Shop (Antique Furniture etc) - "F" -       Benefit privileges are provided in addition to
916 Hodiamont. Ward 26 #AO275808-03
                                                    Neighborhood Commercial District. Ward 12         salary.
     In accordance with the provisions of
                                                         5727 Roosevelt Place - #AO278311-                 Application forms and further
Ordinance 59981, effective July 31, 1986.
                                                    03 - Day Care 20 Kids: 4, infants &               information concerning duties of positions,
    By authority of the Board of                    16 2 1/2-16 yrs - M-F 6A- 12 Midnight 1st         desirable and necessary qualifications, relative
Adjustment.                                         Floor - "C" - Multiple Family Dwelling            weights of examination components, and
                                                    District. Ward 22                                 duration of eligible lists may be secured in the
     E. Smoot, Chairman
                                                                                                      office of the Department of Personnel, Room
                                                         4374 Lindell - #AB273322-03 - Interior
                                                    Alterations Per Plans - "E" - Multiple Family     100 City Hall. Applications can be submitted
   PUBLIC NOTICE                                    Dwelling District. Ward 17                        on the Internet. Visit the city web site
                                                                                                      (www.stlouiscity.com) and link to Jobs with
     A Conditional Use Hearing will be held               6100 Delmar - #AB279283-03 -                the City of St. Louis.
in Room 208 City Hall at 8:30 a.m. on               Interior & Exterior Alterations Per Plans - "F"
Thursday, July 10, 2003 on the following                                                                               William C. Duffe, Director
                                                    - Neighborhood Commercial District.
conditional uses:                                                                                     June 25, 2003
                                                    Ward 28
     1930 Biddle - Home Occupancy Waiver                3645 S Grand - #AB278259-03 -
- Construction (Office Use Only) - "D" -            Relocate ATM Per Plans - "H" - Area               NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS
Multiple Family Dwelling District. Ward 5           Commercial District. Ward 15                           CITY ORDINANCE requires that any
     8327 Church Rd - Home Occupancy                                                                  individual or company who performs work
                                                         7100 Morganford Rd - #AB278256-
Waiver - Janitorial (Office Use Only) - "A" -                                                         within the City limits must obtain a Business
                                                    03 - Construct Addition Per Plans (Zoning
Single Family Dwelling District. Ward 2                                                               License. This would also apply to businesses
                                                    Only) - "A" - Single Family Dwelling District.
                                                                                                      who employ sales or delivery personnel to
    6121 Crescent - Home Occupancy                  Ward 12
                                                                                                      come into the City. Contracts requiring work
Waiver - Construction (Office Use Only) -                                                             to be performed in the City will NOT be
"A" - Single Family Dwelling District.                                                                awarded to unlicensed businesses.
Ward 24                                                 REQUEST FOR                                   Please contact the License Collector,
                                                                                                      Room 104 City Hall, St. Louis, Missouri,
      5908 DeGiverville - Home Occupancy
Waiver - Contracting (Office Use Only) - "A"             PROPOSALS                                    63103 or phone (314) 622-4528. You may
                                                      ST. LOUIS FIRE DEPARTMENT                       also refer to our on-line site at
- Single Family Dwelling District. Ward 26
                                                          The St. Louis Fire Department is seeking    www.stlouiscity.com.
     4263 Juniata St. Apt A - Home
                                                    bids for wellness/fitness evaluations for all
Occupancy Waiver - General Contractor               uniformed personnel. The evaluations are
(Office Use Only) - "A" - Single Family
Dwelling District. Ward 10
                                                    intended to establish baseline medical and        ST. LOUIS LIVING
                                                    fitness levels for the Fire Department. Details
    8758 Lowell Street -Home Occupancy              are available on the web at: http://              WAGE ORDINANCE
Waiver - Exterminating (Office Use Only) -          stlouis.missouri.org/development/                   LIVING WAGE REQUIREMENTS
"A" - Single Family Dwelling District.              otherprojects/rfp-rfq/. Closing date: Monday,     Bidders [Proponents] are hereby advised that
Ward 2                                              July 14, 2003.                                    the St. Louis Living Wage Ordinance #65597
     2306 St. Louis Avenue - Home                                                                     and associated Regulations apply to the
Occupancy Waiver - General Contracting                                                                service [concession] [lease] [City Financial
(Office Use Only) - "A" - Single Family              DEPARTMENT                                       Assistance] for which [bids] [proposals] are
                                                                                                      being sought herein. This Ordinance requires
Dwelling District. Ward 5
     6065 Wanda Avenue - Home
                                                    OF PERSONNEL                                      that, unless specific exemptions apply, all
                                                                                                      individuals who perform work pursuant to a
Occupancy Waiver - Lawn Service (Office                 NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONS                        contract executed between the successful
Use Only) - "A" - Single Family Dwelling                 The Department of Personnel, Room            [bidder] [proponent] and the City [Agency]
District. Ward 13                                   100 City Hall, City of St. Louis, Missouri        must be paid a minimum of the applicable
                                                    announces competitive Civil Service               Living Wage rates set forth in the attached
     5053 Washington Place - Home                   examinations to fill vacancies in the Municipal   Living Wage Bulletin, and, if the rates are
Occupancy Waiver -ATM Sales & Service               Service.
(Office Use Only) - "B" - Two Family                                                                  adjusted during the term of the contract
                                                                                                      pursuant to the Ordinance, applicable rates
Dwelling District. Ward 28
                                                                                                      after such adjustment is made. Each bidder
                                                                                                      [proponent] must submit the attached “Living
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Wage Acknowledgment and Acceptance                  SURPLUS AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
Declaration” with the bid [proposal]. Failure          EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
to submit this Declaration with the bid            per condemnation #S03-47.
[proposal] will result in rejection of the bid
[proposal]. A successful bidder’s                    SURPLUS COMPAQ PROLINEA
[proponent’s] failure to comply with contract           COMPUTER FOR SALE
provisions related to the Living Wage              per condemnation #S03-48.
Ordinance may result in termination of the
contract and the imposition of additional
penalties as set forth in the Ordinance and            WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2003
Regulations.
                                                           FREQUENCY DRIVES
Copies of the Ordinance and Regulations are        for furnishing the Airport Authority per
available upon request from Mr. Larry              Req. #631.
Thurston, at (314) 551-5005, or can be
accessed at http://www.st louiscity.com/living
wage.                                                    TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2003
                                                                  FLOORING
   SUPPLY                                          for furnishing the Water Division per
                                                   Req. #1286.
COMMISSIONER                                               RUBBER PARA VALVE
Office of the Supply Commissioner,                         FOR FIRE HYDRANTS
Room 324, City Hall, 1200 Market Street,           for furnishing the Water Division per
St. Louis, Missouri 63103, Tuesday,                Req. #1410.
July 1, 2003 - ADVERTISED BIDS will be
received by the undersigned to be opened at
the office at 12:00 o'clock noon, for the items          Bidders are invited to be present at the
listed below on the dates specified.               opening of bids. Bid results may be available
                                                   30 days following the date of bid opening.
        Notice to All Suppliers
                                                   If you desire bid results, please include a
      NOTE: It is the policy of the City of        self-address, stamped envelope with your bid.
St. Louis that all firms desiring to do business
with the City of St. Louis must comply with             The City of St. Louis desires to
employment practices that are in accordance        purchase recycled products whenever
with the ordinances of the City of St. Louis       possible, especially items containing post
and the Mayor’s Executive Order promulgated        consumer waste materials. If your company
there-under to the end that all Contractors        can supply recycled products, please provide
and suppliers of materials and services will       information to this office.
offer equal opportunity for employment and
                                                         The right to reject any and all bids is
job advancement to blacks and other minority
                                                   reserved.
groups in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
                                                                   Freddie L. Dunlap
                                                                   Supply Commissioner
       TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2003
                                                                   (314) 622-4580
     SURPLUS ELECTRIC BAG                                          www.stlouis.missouri.org
      TRACTORS FOR SALE
per condemnation #S03-43.
 SURPLUS AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
    EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
per condemnation #S03-44.
 SURPLUS AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
    EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
per condemnation #S03-45.
SURPLUS SECURITY MONITORS,
 CONTROLLER & RECORDERS
         FOR SALE
per condemnation #S03-46.
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