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									July 3, 2001                                   The City Journal                                                       1




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

Vol. 84                                   TUESDAY, JULY 3, 2001                                                  NO. 13


      The    City Journal                    JOURNAL                            City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen
                                                                            Chambers, June 22, 2001.

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

                                       Board of
                                                                            Flowers, Bosley, Ryan, Ford-Griffin, Reed,
       Published Weekly                                                     Young, Conway, Ortmann, Schmid, Villa,
       Under Authority of                                                   Heitert, Wessels, Gregali, Florida, Shrewsbury,
                                                                            Roddy, Kennedy, McMillan, Tyus, Long,
   City Ordinance No. 30050
      by City of St. Louis             Aldermen                             Jones, Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Clay,
                                                                            Carter and Krewson - 28.
                                                                                 “Almighty God, source of all authority,
     Parrie L. May, Register
                                           OF THE                           we humbly ask guidance in our deliberations
                                                                            and wisdom in our conclusions. Amen.”
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                                                                            Aldermen:
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     I wish to report that on the 15th day of                 Board Bill No. 47                        Apportionment authorizing a First
June 2001, I delivered to the Office of the                                                            Amendment to the Washington Park
                                                           (Committee Substitute)
Mayor of the City of St. Louis the following                                                           Cemetery Ordinance No. 63825 approved
                                                       An ordinance recommended by the Board
board bills that were truly agreed to and finally                                                      July 18, 1996, adding a new section eleven
                                                    of Public Service authorizing the 2001 St.
adopted.                                                                                               authorizing the Mayor and the Comptroller
                                                    Louis Works and the 50/50 Sidewalk Programs
                                                                                                       of the City to enter into and execute on behalf
                                                    City Wide providing for the construction and
           Board Bill No. 19                                                                           of the City easement agreements granting such
                                                    reconstruction of gutters, streets, driveways,
        (Committee Substitute)                                                                         utility easements or rights-of-way as may be
                                                    spot curbs, sidewalks, alleys, traffic controls,
     An ordinance amending the plan for the                                                            necessary to the administration or the
                                                    beautification, tree planting, resurfacing and
development of the area known as the Olive/                                                            implementation of the “Cemetery Project” as
                                                    related engineering adjustments listed herein,
7th/Pine Redevelopment Area.                                                                           defined in Ordinance 63825 and containing
                                                    appropriating $4,800,000.00 from the Street
                                                                                                       such terms, covenants, and conditions that
           Board Bill No. 28                        Improvement Fund; containing sections for
                                                                                                       are in the best interest of the City, Lambert-
        (Committee Substitute)                      description of the work, approval of plans
                                                                                                       St. Louis International Airport, and the
      An ordinance finding that a blighted area     and specifications, work and material
                                                                                                       traveling public; and containing an emergency
exists in the City known as the 2006 Salisbury      guarantees, estimated costs from City funds
                                                                                                       clause.
Ave. Area.                                          and supplemental agreements and reversion
                                                    authorizations, applicable state and federal                   Board Bill No. 43
             Board Bill No. 8                       wage rate requirements, equal opportunity                An ordinance recommended and
      An ordinance pertaining to parking            provisions, the Mayor’s Executive Orders,          approved by the Board of Estimate and
within “The Maryland Avenue Residential             contract advertising statutes, and a public        Apportionment authorizing and directing the
Parking District”;authorizing the Traffic           work emergency clause.                             Director of Airports and the Comptroller for
Administrator to designate the location and                                                            the City of St. Louis (the “City”) to enter
restrictions for curb parking of residential                    Board Bill No. 56
                                                                                                       into and execute on behalf of the City, a Shoe
parking zones within The Maryland Avenue                 An ordinance authorizing the designation
                                                                                                       Shine Concession Agreement (the
Residential Parking District; authorizing the       of honorary street names within the City of
                                                                                                       “Agreement”) at Lambert-St. Louis
placement of Residential Permit Parking Only        St. Louis.
                                                                                                       International Airport (the “Airport”) between
signs within the District; and prohibiting the                  Board Bill No. 15                      the City and Airport Shoeshine Corporation,
parking, within the District, of any vehicle              An ordinance finding that a blighted area    a State of Missouri corporation (the
which does not display the authorized permit;       exists in the City known as 7114 Lindenwood.       “Concessionaire”), to operate and manage a
containing definitions, a penalty clause and                                                           shoe shine concession at the Airport subject
an emergency clause.                                            Board Bill No. 25                      to the terms, covenants, and conditions of the
                                                          An ordinance finding that a blighted area    Agreement that was approved by the Airport
            Board Bill No. 34                       exists in the City known as the 3506, 3238-        Commission and the Board of Estimate And
      An ordinance authorizing and directing        40 Bailey Ave.
the Director of Streets to temporarily close,                                                          Apportionment and is attached hereto as
barricade or otherwise impede the flow of                     Board Bill No. 26                        ATTACHMENT “1” and is incorporated
                                                                                                       herein; directing that the Agreement be in
traffic on Ferry Street by blocking said traffic           (Committee Substitute)
flow at the east curb line of Randall Place, and                                                       compliance with all applicable disadvantaged
                                                          An ordinance finding that a blighted area
                                                                                                       business enterprise requirements and in
containing an emergency clause.                     exists in the City known as the 3821, 3828-
                                                                                                       compliance with all applicable federal, state,
                                                    30, 3853 and 3867 Ashland Ave., 3834
            Board Bill No. 60                                                                          and local laws, ordinances, regulations, court
                                                    Sullivan, 3833 Greer Ave.
     An ordinance pertaining to the closing                                                            decisions, and executive orders relating to equal
of Arco Avenue at the north curbline of                         Board Bill No. 27                      employment opportunity; and containing an
Manchester Avenue; repealing paragraph (u)                An ordinance finding that a blighted area    emergency clause.
of Section One of Ordinance 64272, thereby          exists in the City known as the 3206 & 3741
reopening Arco Avenue to traffic at such point                                                                     Board Bill No. 44
                                                    Palm Ave. Area.
                                                                                                             An Ordinance recommended and
and containing an emergency clause.
                                                                Board Bill No. 37                      approved by the Board of Estimate and
            Board Bill No. 65                           An ordinance approving the                     Apportionment authorizing and directing the
       An ordinance authorizing and directing       Redevelopment plan for 1301 - 09 S.                Director of Airports and the Comptroller of
the Director of Streets to temporarily close,       Newstead Ave. Area.                                the City of St. Louis (the “City”) to enter
barricade or otherwise impede the flow of                                                              into and execute on behalf of the City a First
traffic on Clarence Avenue by blocking said                     Board Bill No. 38                      Amendment to the Telecommunications and
traffic flow at the north curb line of Sacramento        An ordinance approving the                    Public Pay Telephone Service Concession
Avenue, and containing an emergency clause.         Redevelopment plan for 6619-21 Alabama             Agreement dated April 21, 1998 (the
                                                    Ave. Area.                                         “Agreement”), at Lambert- St. Louis
            Board Bill No. 41                                                                          International Airport (the “Airport”), between
     An ordinance recommended by the                            Board Bill No. 39
                                                                                                       the City and Southwestern Bell Telephone
Parking Commission making appropriation for              An ordinance approving the
                                                                                                       Company (the “Concessionaire”), for the non-
payment of the operating expenses, capital          Redevelopment Plan for 6329-35 Alaska Ave.
                                                                                                       exclusive right, license and privilege, to install,
equipment and improvement expenses for              Area.
                                                                                                       operate, manage and maintain a
Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2001 and ending                   Board Bill No. 42                      Telecommunications and Public Pay
June 30, 2002.                                                                                         Telephone Service Concession to include
                                                         An Ordinance recommended by the
                                                    Airport Commission and the Board of Public         Public Pay Telephone Services (Local,
                                                    Service, and the Board of Estimate and             IntraLATA, InterLATA, IntraSTATE,
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InterSTATE and International Long Distance),      approved on February 15, 2001, and enacting                    FIRST READING OF
pre-paid calling card vending machines, and       in lieu thereof a new ordinance authorizing                       BOARD BILLS
public facsimile machines with E-mail and         and directing the execution of a lease reviewed      Board Member Ford-Griffin introduced by
Internet capabilities within the premises,        and recommended by the Board of Public               request:
which was authorized under Ordinance 64280        Service and approved by the City Counselor
approved March 9, 1998; this First                as to form and as being in all respects consistent              Board Bill No. 110
Amendment to the Agreement, which was             with Ordinance 59741, of certain land and a             An ordinance recommended by the Board
approved by the Airport Commission and the        certain building, commonly known as the              of Public Service to vacate public surface rights
Board of Estimate and Apportionment, is           Schmidt House in said South St. Louis Square         for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel
attached hereto as ATTACHMENT “1” and             Park; and containing an emergency clause.            on the remaining 141.16 foot ± 1 foot portion
is made a part hereof; and containing an                                                               of Wright Street beginning at North Broadway
emergency clause.                                            Board Bill No. 1                          and continuing eastwardly to a point in the
                                                          (Committee Substitute)                       City of St. Louis, Missouri, as hereinafter
           Board Bill No. 45                           An ordinance making appropriation for           described, in accordance with Charter
      An Ordinance recommended and                payment of Interest, Expenses and Principal          authority, and in conformity with Section l4
approved by the Airport Commission, the           of the City’s Bonded Indebtedness,                   of Article XXI of the Charter and imposing
Board of Public Service, and the Board of         establishing City tax rates, and making              certain conditions on such vacation.
Estimate and Apportionment authorizing a          appropriation for current year expenses of
First Amendment to Section One of the Pilot       the City Government, Water Division, St.             Board Member Kennedy introduced by
Noise Mitigation Ordinance 64192 approved         Louis Airport Commission, Child Support              request:
November 17, 1997 providing for the               Unit (Circuit Attorney’s Office), Building                      Board Bill No. 111
acoustical treatment of the St. William School    Demolition Fund, Assessor, Victim’s Fund,                  An      ordinance       approving        a
in Woodson Terrace and the acquisition of an      Communications Division, Forest Park Fund,           Redevelopment Plan for the 4543-East of
avigation easement for noise mitigation           Circuit Attorney Training, Contingent and            4555 Page Blvd. & 4601-13 Newberry Terrace
purposes; and containing an emergency clause.     Collection Fee Funds, Port Administration,           Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area is
                                                  Peace Officer Training Fund, Capital Funds,          blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the
           Board Bill No. 57
                                                  Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund,           Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1994, as
      An ordinance establishing a two way         Forest Park Master Plan Fund, Centralized            amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300
stop site for all north-south traffic traveling
                                                  Mailroom Internal Service Fund, Tourism              to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description
on 20th Street approaching the intersection of
                                                  Fund, Lateral Sewer Fund, Miscellaneous              of the boundaries of said Area in the City of
20th Street and Carr Street and containing an
                                                  Special Funds, Trustee Lease Fund, Riverfront        St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and
emergency clause.
                                                  Gaming Fund, Various Grant Funds, Tax                incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”, finding
          Board Bill No. 55                       Increment District Special Allocation Fund,          that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the
       (Committee Substitute)                     City Convention and Sports Facility Trust            Area is in the interest of the public health,
      An ordinance prohibiting the issuance       Fund and Employee Benefits Fund                      safety, morals and general welfare of the people
of any package or drink liquor licenses for       (Department of Personnel); for the Fiscal Year       of the City; approving the Plan dated March
any currently non-licensed premises within        beginning July 1, 2001 and ending June 30,           27, 2001 for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated
the boundaries of the Twenty-fifth Ward, as       2002, amounting in the aggregate to the sum          herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to
said boundaries are currently defined in Ord.     of Seven Hundred Fifty Three Million, Seven          Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible
62476 for a period of one year from the           Hundred Thirty Nine Thousand, Three                  financial plan for the development of the Area
effective date hereof.                            Hundred Fifty One Dollars ($753,739,351)             which affords maximum opportunity for
                                                  which sum is hereby appropriated from                development of the Area by private
          Board Bill No. 68                       Revenue and Special Funds named for the              enterprise; finding that no property in the
       (Committee Substitute)                     purposes hereinafter enumerated and                  Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance
      An ordinance repealing in its entirety      containing an emergency clause.                      for Redevelopment Authority of the City of
Ordinance 64983, approved July 17, 2000 and                                                            St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of
                                                        Fred F. Steffen, Clerk
enacting in lieu thereof a new ordinance                                                               eminent domain; finding that the property
                                                        Board of Aldermen
prohibiting the issuance of any package or                                                             within the Area is unoccupied but if it should
drink liquor licenses for any currently                     Office of the Mayor                        become occupied the Redeveloper shall be
unlicensed premises within the boundaries of            None.                                          responsible for relocating any eligible
the First Ward, as said boundaries are                                                                 occupants displaced as a result of
currently, or may in the future, be drawn, for        Petitions & Communications
                                                                                                       implementation of the Plan; finding that
a period of one year from the effective date            None.
                                                                                                       financial aid may be necessary to enable the
hereof; containing an exception allowing,          BOARD BILLS FOR PERFECTION                          Area to be redeveloped in accordance with
during the moratorium period, for the transfer                                                         the Plan; finding that there shall be available
                                                      –INFORMAL CALENDAR
of existing licenses, under certain                                                                    ten (10) year real estate tax abatement; and
                                                        None.
circumstances, and the issuance of a drink                                                             pledging cooperation of the Board of
license to persons operating a restaurant at a              BOARD BILLS FOR                            Aldermen and requesting various officials,
previously unlicensed premises; and                          THIRD READING                             departments, boards and agencies of the City
containing an emergency clause..                         –INFORMAL CALENDAR                            to cooperate and to exercise their respective
           Board Bill No. 54                            None.                                          powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.
     An ordinance pertaining to South St.                    RESOLUTIONS                               Board Member Ryan introduced by request:
Louis Square Park; repealing Ordinance 65153,
                                                         –INFORMAL CALENDAR
                                                        None.
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           Board Bill No. 112                      Avenue Area (“Area”) after finding that the                   Board Bill No. 117
     An ordinance prohibiting the issuance         Area is blighted as defined in Section 99.320             An ordinance authorizing the execution
of any package or drink liquor licenses for        of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1994, as      of a redevelopment agreement and other related
any currently non-licensed premises within         amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300      actions in connection with redevelopment of
the boundaries of the Fourth Ward, as said         to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description     the 3800 Park Avenue redevelopment project
boundaries are currently defined or may be         of the boundaries of said Area in the City of      area.
defined in the future, for a period of one year    St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and
                                                   incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”; finding        Board Member Conway introduced by
from the effective date hereof; containing an
                                                   that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the       request:
exception allowing, during the moratorium
period, for the transfer of existing licenses,     Area is in the interest of the public health,                 Board Bill No. 118
under certain circumstances, and the issuance      safety, morals and general welfare of the people         An ordinance recommended by the board
of a drink license to persons operating a          of the City; approving the Plan dated February     of estimate and apportionment authorizing
restaurant at a previously non-licensed            20, 2001, for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated      and directing the issuance and delivery of up
premises; and containing an emergency clause.      herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to        to $390,000.00 principal amount of tax
                                                   Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible   increment revenue notes (3800 park avenue
Board Member Krewson introduced by                 financial plan for the development of the Area     redevelopment area) series 2001 of the city of
request:                                           which affords maximum opportunity for              St. Louis, Missouri, for the purpose of
           Board Bill No. 113                      development of the Area by private                 financing certain projects, prescribing the form
       An     ordinance       approving        a   enterprise; finding that no property in the        and details of said notes; and providing for
Redevelopment Plan for the 5770 Waterman           Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance         the creation of certain funds and accounts and
Blvd. Area (“Area”) after finding that the Area    for Redevelopment Authority of the City of         providing for the payment of the principal of
is blighted as defined in Section 99.320 of the    St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of         and interest on said notes as they become due.
Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1994, as             eminent domain; finding that the property
                                                   within the Area is occupied and the                Board Member Shrewsbury introduced by
amended, (the “Statute” being Sections 99.300
                                                   Redeveloper shall be responsible for relocating    request:
to 99.715 inclusive), containing a description
of the boundaries of said Area in the City of      any eligible occupants displaced as a result of               Board Bill No. 119
St. Louis (“City”), attached hereto and            implementation of the Plan; finding that
                                                                                                           An ordinance pertaining to the building
incorporated herein as Exhibit “A”; finding        financial aid may be necessary to enable the
                                                                                                      code; amending Section 119.1 of Section Three
that redevelopment and rehabilitation of the       Area to be redeveloped in accordance with
                                                                                                      of Ordinance 64771 by adding a new paragraph
Area is in the interest of the public health,      the Plan; finding that there shall be available
                                                                                                      authorizing the Building Commissioner to issue
safety, morals and general welfare of the people   ten (10) year real estate tax abatement; and
                                                                                                      a Notice of Condemnation to the owner(s) of
of the City; approving the Plan dated March        pledging cooperation of the Board of
                                                                                                      any building or structure which is used for the
27, 2001, for the Area (“Plan”), incorporated      Aldermen and requesting various officials,
                                                                                                      manufacture or storage of methamphetamine
herein by attached Exhibit “B”, pursuant to        departments, boards and agencies of the City
                                                                                                      and containing an emergency clause.
Section 99.430; finding that there is a feasible   to cooperate and to exercise their respective
financial plan for the development of the Area     powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.            Mr. Kennedy moved to suspend the
which affords maximum opportunity for                                                                 rules for the purpose of introducing the
                                                   Board Member Conway introduced by
development of the Area by private                                                                    following Board Bills to the First Reading
                                                   request:
enterprise; finding that no property in the                                                           calendar: Bill Nos. 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 and 120.
Area may be acquired by the Land Clearance                    Board Bill No. 115                           Seconded by Mr. Carter.
for Redevelopment Authority of the City of              An ordinance designating a portion of
St. Louis (“LCRA”) through the exercise of         the city of St. Louis, Missouri a                       Carried by the following vote:
eminent domain; finding that the property          redevelopment area; approving a
                                                                                                          Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Bosley, Ryan,
within the Area is unoccupied but if it should     redevelopment          plan;      approving        Ford-Griffin, Reed, Young, Conway,
become occupied the Redeveloper shall be           redevelopment project pursuant to the real
                                                                                                      Ortmann, Schmid, Villa, Heitert, Wessels,
responsible for relocating any eligible            property tax increment allocation                  Gregali, Florida, Shrewsbury, Roddy,
occupants displaced as a result of                 redevelopment act; and making findings related     Kennedy, McMillan, Tyus, Long, Jones,
implementation of the Plan; finding that           thereto.
                                                                                                      Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Clay, Carter and
financial aid may be necessary to enable the                                                          Krewson - 28.
                                                   Board Member Conway introduced by
Area to be redeveloped in accordance with
                                                   request:
the Plan; finding that there shall be available                                                            Noes:0
ten (10) year real estate tax abatement; and                  Board Bill No. 116                           Present:0
pledging cooperation of the Board of                     An ordinance affirming approval of the
Aldermen and requesting various officials,         3800 Park Avenue redevelopment area and            Board Member Kennedy introduced by
departments, boards and agencies of the City       redevelopment project area; adopting tax           request:
to cooperate and to exercise their respective      increment allocation financing; establishing the
powers in a manner consistent with the Plan.                                                                     Board Bill No. 76
                                                   3800 Park Avenue special allocation fund of
                                                                                                            An Ordinance to establish mandatory
                                                   St. Louis; and authorizing the mayor to enter
Board Member Krewson introduced by                                                                    minimum consumer practices and protections
request:                                           into contracts to facilitate revenue allocation
                                                                                                      for cable operators hereafter providing service
                                                   and collection.
                                                                                                      in the City of St. Louis with definitions of
           Board Bill No. 114
                                                   Board Member Conway introduced by                  terms, severability, penalty and emergency
    An    ordinance       approving    a           request:                                           provisions.
Redevelopment Plan for the 6220 Rosebury
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Board Member Kennedy introduced by                  of such action by placing a lien against the        at a total estimated cost of Three Million Five
request:                                            property and containing an emergency clause.        Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($3,510,000);
                                                                                                        authorizing an appropriation of Three Million
            Board Bill No. 77                           REFERENCE TO COMMITTEE                          Five Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars
      An ordinance relating to certain television           OF BOARD BILLS                              ($3,510,000) from the Airport Development
systems; repealing Ordinance 58462, as              B.B. 110 - Streets, Traffic & Refuse                Fund established under authority of Ordinance
amended by Ordinance 64773, and Ordinance           B.B. 111 - Neighborhood Development                 59286, Section 13, approved October 26, 1984
64773; with definitions of terms; providing         B.B. 113 - Neighborhood Development                 to be expended for payment of costs for the
for the granting of franchises to construct,        B.B. 112 - Public Safety                            work or services and the costs of the vehicles,
operate and maintain cable television systems       B.B. 119 - Public Safety                            equipment, and materials authorized herein;
within the City of St. Louis; providing             B.B. 76 - Public Utilities                          authorizing the Supply Division of the City
procedures for the award of cable television        B.B. 77 - Public Utilities                          of St. Louis (“City”) with the advice, consent,
franchises, and prescribing certain terms and       B.B. 78 - Public Utilities                          and approval of the Director of Airports to
conditions of such franchises; providing            B.B. 79 - Public Utilities                          let contracts to purchase vehicles and other
methods and standards for the regulation,           B.B. 80 - Public Utilities                          equipment and materials that are not a part of
operation and maintenance of cable television       B.B. 114 - Housing, Urban Development & Zoning      the construction projects authorized herein;
systems pursuant to franchises; providing           B.B. 115 - Housing, Urban Development & Zoning      authorizing the Board of Public Service with
penalties for violations; and regulating open       B.B. 116 - Housing, Urban Development & Zoning      the advice, consent, and approval of the
video systems.                                      B.B. 117 - Housing, Urban Development & Zoning      Director of Airports to let contracts for all
                                                    B.B.118 - Housing, Urban Development & Zoning       other approved work or services, materials
Board Member Kennedy introduced by
request:                                             SECOND READING AND REPORT                          and equipment, employ labor, pay salaries,
                                                                                                        wages, fees, retain consultants and otherwise
            Board Bill No. 78                          OF STANDING COMMITTEES
                                                                                                        provide for the Project authorized herein;
      An ordinance approving a settlement                Mr. Shrewbury of the Committee on
                                                                                                        providing that any contract let hereunder, shall
agreement between the City of St. Louis and         Transportation & Commerce submitted the
                                                                                                        be subject to the City’s Charter and any
St. Louis Tele-Communications, Inc., a              following report which was read.
                                                                                                        Missouri State laws or regulations applicable
Missouri corporation: authorizing and                    Board of Aldermen Committee report,            thereto; authorizing and directing the
directing the Communications Commissioner           June 22, 2001.                                      Comptroller of the City to draw warrants from
and Comptroller to execute, on behalf of the                                                            time to time on the Treasurer of the City for
City of St. Louis, such settlement agreement             To the President of the Board of               payment of expenses authorized herein upon
in substantially the form attached.                 Aldermen:                                           submission of properly certified vouchers in
                                                         The Committee on Transportation &              conformance with procedures established by
Board Member Kennedy introduced by
request:                                            Commerce to whom was referred the                   the Comptroller; authorizing the Director of
                                                    following Board Bills, report that they have        Airports to make such applications and
            Board Bill No. 79                       considered the same and recommend adoption.         provide such data and to take whatever action
      An ordinance relating to cable television;                                                        necessary to seek federal funds under the
reported on by the Board of Public Service;                     Board Bill No. 96                       Airport Improvement Program, the Passenger
granting a renewal cable television franchise             An Ordinance recommended and                  Facility Charge Program or other programs
for a term of fifteen years to St. Louis Tele-      approved by the Airport Commission, the             for which these authorized costs or
Communications, Inc., a Missouri                    Board of Public Service, and the Board of           expenditures might qualify; directing that all
corporation, providing cable television             Estimate and Apportionment establishing and         contracts let under authority of this Ordinance
services as AT&T Broadband, for the                 authorizing a multi-year public work and            be in compliance with all applicable minority
upgrading, operation and maintenance of a           improvement program (the “Project”) at              and women or disadvantaged business
cable television system in the City of St.          Lambert - St. Louis International Airport (the      enterprise requirements and in compliance
Louis, upon specified terms and conditions,         “Airport”), providing for but not limited to        with all applicable federal, state, and local laws,
with definitions of terms; and providing for        architectural, engineering, designing, planning     ordinances, regulations, court decisions, and
the regulation of such franchise.                   and related consulting and managing expenses        executive orders relating to equal employment
                                                    pertaining to the planning, designing,              opportunity; and containing a severability
Board Member Kennedy introduced by                  consulting, the preparation and production of       clause and an emergency clause.
request:                                            contract documents, advertising and the taking
                                                    of bids, construction management and                            Board Bill No. 97
            Board Bill No. 80
                                                    construction for the repair, replacement,                 An Ordinance, recommended and
      An ordinance relating to broadband
                                                    installation, or modification of vehicles,          approved by the Airport Commission and the
Internet access.
                                                    equipment, systems, materials, buildings,           Board of Estimate and Apportionment,
Board Member Carter introduced by                   structures, facilities, and environs at the         ratifying and adopting the actions of the
request:                                            Airport damaged by storms and/or hail               Mayor and the Comptroller of the City of St.
                                                    including, but not limited to, all architectural,   Louis (the “City”) in accepting and executing
           Board Bill No. 120                                                                           on behalf of the City a certain
                                                    structural, electrical and electronic work or
      An ordinance pertaining to public                                                                 “AMENDMENT NUMBER 1” dated May
                                                    services, the purchasing of vehicles, equipment
nuisances, amending Section Fourteen of             and materials, testing and inspection services,     23, 2001, which is filed in the Office of the
Ordinance 64693, allowing the Comptroller                                                               City Register and is incorporated herein, to
                                                    technical advice, legal services, and other
to issue a special assessment to recover the        consulting services, mechanical systems and         the “Grant Agreement” for Project Number
cost of any demolition or repair required to                                                            3-29-0085-45, Contract Number DTFA09-
                                                    equipment, finishes, waterproofing, and other
abate a public nuisance prior to the occurrence                                                         97-A-40056, dated September 29, 1997,
                                                    necessary and related work, services, or cost
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authorized by Ordinance 64187 approved               acting through the Federal Aviation               Contract of Sale or the Northern Tract Lease
November 17, 1997, for a maximum federal             Administration of the United States               Agreement, and/or deemed necessary to
obligation of One Million Two Hundred                Department of Transportation, the Grant           preserve and protect the City’s interest and
Thousand            Dollars($1,200,000),             Agreement being for Project Number 3-29-          to take such actions as are necessary or
AMENDMENT NUMBER 1 amends the                        0085-62, Contract Number DTFA 09-01-A-            appropriate in connection with the acquisition
description of the development to be                 40022, dated May 8, 2001, for a maximum           of the Northern Tract or the consummation
accomplished under the project; amending             federal obligation of Four Million Nine           of the transactions contemplated herein;
Section One of Ordinance 64187 by deleting           Hundred Eighty Two Thousand Five Hundred          providing that the provisions set forth in this
and substituting certain words as provided           Sixty Seven Dollars ($4,982,567), which is        Ordinance shall be applicable exclusively to
for in Section Three of this Ordinance; and          filed in the Office of the City Register, to      the agreements, documents, and instruments
containing an emergency clause.                      rehabilitate RW / Airfield Lighting/Electrical    approved and/or authorized by this
                                                     Vault (Phase I); and containing and emergency     Ordinance, and containing a severability clause,
            Board Bill No. 98                        clause.                                           and an emergency clause.
      An Ordinance, recommended and
approved by the Airport Commission and the                      Board Bill No. 103                                Board Bill No. 104
Board of Estimate and Apportionment,                       An ordinance recommended by the                  An Ordinance recommended by the
ratifying and adopting the actions of the            Airport Commission, the Board of Public           Airport Commission and the Board of
Mayor and the Comptroller in accepting and           Service, and the Board of Estimate and            Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and
executing on behalf of the City of St. Louis a       Apportionment authorizing and directing the       directing the Director of Airports and the
certain grant agreement offered by the United        Director of Airports and the Comptroller of       Comptroller of the City of St. Louis (the
States of America (the “Grant Agreement”),           the City of St. Louis (the “City”) to enter       “City”) to enter into and execute on behalf of
acting through the Federal Aviation                  into and execute on behalf of the City the        the City a “First Amendment” to the Lambert-
Administration of the United States                  “Agreement and Contract of Sale”, a copy of       St. Louis International Airport (the
Department of Transportation, the Grant              which is attached hereto as ATTACHMENT            “Airport”) Lease Agreement (AL-117)
Agreement being for Project Number 3-29-             “1” and is incorporated herein, between the       between the City and The Boeing Company,
0085-59, Contract Number DTFA 09-01-A-               City and McDonnell Douglas Corporation, a         a Delaware corporation (the “Lessee”), dated
40019, dated May 7, 2001, for a maximum              Maryland corporation (the “Seller” or             April 14, 1998 and authorized by Ordinance
federal obligation of Five Million Dollars           “MDC”), for the purchase by the City of           No. 64281, approved March 9, 1998 (the
($5,000,000), which is filed in the Office of        certain property located in St. Louis County      “Lease Agreement”); the First Amendment,
the City Register, to reimburse for land             and commonly known as the “Northern               which was approved by the Airport
acquired in fee for noise mitigation (54 parcels)    Tract” that is more fully described in Section    Commission and is attached hereto as
as shown on Exhibit A entitled “Parcel Listing”      1 of the Agreement and Contract of Sale, for      ATTACHMENT “1” and made a part hereof,
to the Grant Agreement; and containing and           the development and improvement of                extends the term of the Lease Agreement as
emergency clause.                                    Lambert–St. Louis International Airport (the      more fully described in Section One of this
                                                     “Airport”); authorizing and directing the         Ordinance; conditioning the execution and
            Board Bill No. 99                        Director of Airports and the Comptroller of       delivery of the First Amendment by the City
      An Ordinance, recommended and                  the City to enter into and execute on behalf of   on the approval by the Federal Aviation
approved by the Airport Commission and the           the City a certain lease agreement between        Administration of the “7460” Airspace
Board of Estimate and Apportionment,                 the City and MDC (the “Northern Tract             Determination and the revised Airport Layout
ratifying and adopting the actions of the            Lease Agreement”), a copy of which is             Plan; and containing a severability clause and
Mayor and the Comptroller in accepting and           attached hereto as EXHIBIT “B” to the             an emergency clause.
executing on behalf of the City of St. Louis a       Agreement and Contract of Sale, granting to
certain grant agreement offered by the United        MDC, subject to the provisions of the                        Board Bill No. 105
States of America (the “Grant Agreement”),           Northern Tract Lease Agreement the right and            An ordinance recommended by the
acting through the Federal Aviation                                                                    Airport Commission and the Board of
                                                     privilege to maintain possession of the
Administration of the United States                  premises described therein for a term of three    Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and
Department of Transportation, the Grant                                                                directing the Director of Airports and the
                                                     years commencing on the day of the “Closing”
Agreement being for Project Number 3-29-             on the Northern Tract (as defined and provided    Comptroller of the City of St. Louis (the
0085-60, Contract Number DTFA 09-01-A-               for in the Agreement and Contract of Sale);       “City”) to enter into and execute on behalf of
40021, dated May 8, 2001, for a maximum                                                                the City the “Restated and Amended Lease
                                                     conditioning the execution and delivery by the
federal obligation of Three Million Eighty           City of the agreements, documents, and            Agreement” to the Lambert-St. Louis
Thousand Seventy Dollars ($3,080,070),                                                                 International Airport Lease Agreement (AL-
                                                     instruments contemplated in this Ordinance
which is filed in the Office of the City Register,   on the Federal Aviation Administration’s prior    154) between the City and McDonnell
to rehabilitate Runway 12L/30R; and                  approval of the “7460” Airspace                   Douglas Corporation, a Maryland
containing and emergency clause.                                                                       corporation, dated January 1, 1985 and
                                                     Determination and the revised Airport Layout
                                                     Plan; authorizing the Mayor, the Comptroller,     authorized by Ordinance No. 59733 approved
           Board Bill No. 100                                                                          February 26, 1986 and as amended by the
      An Ordinance, recommended and                  the Register, the City Counselor, and other
                                                     appropriate officers, agents, and employees       “First Amendment” dated April 7, 1992 as
approved by the Airport Commission and the                                                             authorized by Ordinance 62604 approved
Board of Estimate and Apportionment,                 of the City with the advice of the Director of
                                                     Airports to enter into and execute on behalf      March 31, 1992 (the “Airport Lease
ratifying and adopting the actions of the                                                              Agreement”); the Restated and Amended
Mayor and the Comptroller in accepting and           of the City and in the City’s best interest any
                                                     attendant or related documents, agreements,       Lease Agreement, which is attached hereto as
executing on behalf of the City of St. Louis a                                                         ATTACHMENT “1” and made a part hereof,
certain grant agreement offered by the United        or instruments deemed necessary to effectuate
                                                     the terms set forth in the Agreement and          is a complete restatement of the Airport Lease
States of America (the “Grant Agreement”),
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Agreement and its terms are more fully                         Board Bill No. 107                          Seconded by Mr. Kirner.
described in Section One of this Ordinance;               An Ordinance pertaining to the
                                                                                                           Carried unanimously by voice vote.
conditioning the execution and delivery of the      Transportation Sales Tax imposed pursuant
agreements, documents, and instruments              to Senate Bill 432 as adopted and approved              Mr. Kennedy moved to suspend the
approved or authorized by this Ordinance on         by the voters of St. Louis City on August 2,      rules for the purpose of moving the following
the Federal Aviation Administration’s prior         1994, pursuant to Ordinance 63168; creating       Board Bills to the third reading calendar for
approval of the “7460” Airspace                     the “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust          final passage: Board Bill No. 74.
Determination and the revised Airport Layout        Fund” directing the Treasurer of the City of
Plan; authorizing the Mayor, the Comptroller,                                                              Seconded by Mr. Ortmann.
                                                    St. Louis to deposit funds received pursuant
the Register, the City Counselor, and other         to said sales tax into the City Public Transit         Carried by the following vote:
appropriate officers, and agents, and               Sales Tax Trust Fund” appropriating TEN
employees of the City with the advice of the        MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED, NINETY-                        Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Bosley, Ryan,
Director of Airports to enter into and execute      TWO THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED                        Ford-Griffin, Reed, Young, Conway,
on behalf of the City and in the City’s best                                                          Ortmann, Schmid, Villa, Heitert, Wessels,
                                                    FIFTY DOLLARS ($10,592,550), from the
interest any attendant or related documents,        said sales tax for the period herein stated to    Gregali, Florida, Shrewsbury, Roddy,
agreements, or instruments deemed necessary                                                           Kennedy, McMillan, Tyus, Long, Jones,
                                                    the Bi_State Development Agency for certain
to effectuate the terms set forth in the Restated   purposes; providing for the payment of such       Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Clay, Carter and
and Amended Lease Agreement and/or deemed           funds during the period July 1, 2001 through,     Krewson - 28.
necessary to preserve and protect the City’s        June 30, 2002; further providing that the              Noes:0
interest and to take such actions as are            appropriation is conditional upon the Bi_State
necessary or appropriate in connection with         Development Agency supplying the Board                 Present:0
Restated and Amended Lease Agreement or             of Estimate and Apportionment an annual                     THIRD READING
the consummation of the transactions                evaluation report; further providing that in no           CONSENT CALENDAR
contemplated herein; providing that the             event shall the Comptroller draw warrants on           Mr. Wessels moved for third reading and
provisions set forth in this Ordinance shall be     the Treasurer for an amount greater than the
                                                                                                      final passage of Board Bill Nos. 49
applicable exclusively to the Restated and          amounts of the proceeds deposited in the          (Committee Substitute), 73 (Floor Substitute)
Amended Lease Agreement and the                     “City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund”
                                                                                                      and 74.
agreements, documents, and instruments              during the period of July 1, 2001 through June
approved and/or authorized by this                  30, 2002: providing that the appropriation is          Seconded by Mr. Villa.
Ordinance; and containing a severability clause     conditional upon the Bi_State Development
and an emergency clause.                                                                                   Carried by the following vote:
                                                    Agency requiring the payment of prevailing
                                                    wages and benefits to employees of outside            Ayes: Smith, Flowers, Bosley, Ryan,
           Board Bill No. 106
                                                    service contractors; containing a severability    Ford-Griffin, Reed, Young, Conway,
      An ordinance appropriating the sum of
                                                    clause.                                           Ortmann, Schmid, Villa, Heitert, Wessels,
TWENTY-ONE             MILLION,          ONE
                                                                                                      Gregali, Florida, Shrewsbury, Roddy,
HUNDRED           AND       EIGHTY-FIVE                  Alderman Shrewsbury
                                                                                                      Kennedy, McMillan, Tyus, Long, Jones,
THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS                             Chairman of the Committee
                                                                                                      Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Clay, Carter and
($21,185,100), as described and defined in
Section 94.600 through 94.655, R.S. Mo.                        REPORT OF                              Krewson - 28.
Supp. 1986 as amended for the period herein                SPECIAL COMMITTEES                              Noes:0
stated, which sum is hereby appropriated out             None.
of the “Transportation Trust Fund” to the                                                                  Present:0
                                                     BOARD BILLS FOR PERFECTION
Bi-State Development Agency for                                                                                 Board Bill No. 49
                                                         Mr. Reed moved that Board Bill No. 70
transportation purposes; and further                                                                         (Committee Substitute)
                                                    before the Board for perfection, be perfected
providing that the appropriation is conditional     as reported out of Committee with its                   An ordinance prohibiting the issuance
upon the Bi-State Development Agency                                                                  of any package or drink liquor licenses for
                                                    recommendation “Do Pass”.
supplying the Board of Estimate and                                                                   any currently non-licensed premises within
Apportionment an annual evaluation report;               Seconded by Mr. Ortmann.                     the boundaries of the Second Ward, as said
further providing that in no event shall the                                                          boundaries are currently defined in Ordinance
                                                         Carried unanimously by voice vote.
Comptroller draw warrants on the Treasurer                                                            62476, for a period of one year from the
for an amount greater than the amount of                  Mr. Kennedy moved that Board Bill No.       effective date hereof; containing an exception
proceeds deposited in the “Transportation           74 before the Board for perfection, be            allowing, during the moratorium period, for
Trust Fund ” during the period from                 perfected as reported out of Committee with       the transfer of existing licenses, under certain
July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002; providing       its recommendation “Do Pass”.                     circumstances, and the issuance of a drink
for the appropriation to be reduced if certain                                                        license to persons operating a restaurant at a
                                                         Seconded by Mr. Gregali.
funds are used for other than public transit                                                          previously non-licensed premises; and
purposes; further providing that the                     Carried unanimously by voice vote.           containing an emergency clause.
appropriation is conditional upon Bi-State
requiring the payment of prevailing wages and            Mr. Kennedy moved that Board Bill No.                   Board Bill No. 73
                                                    75 (Floor Substitute) before the Board for
benefits to employees of outside service                                                                         (Floor Substitute)
contractors; and containing a severability          perfection, be perfected as reported out of
                                                                                                           An ordinance repealing Ordinance 64906
clause.                                             Committee with its recommendation “Do
                                                                                                      and enacting a new ordinance in lieu thereof
                                                    Pass”.
                                                                                                      prohibiting the issuance of any package or
                                                                                                      drink liquor licenses for any premises within
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the boundaries of the Twentieth and Twenty-        during the moratorium period, for the transfer    proceedings and to further prepare a
First Wards, as said boundaries are currently      of existing licenses, under certain               commemorative copy to the end that it may
defined or may be defined in the future, for a     circumstances; and containing an emergency        be presented to our honorees at a time and
period of three years from the effective date      clause.                                           place deemed appropriate by the Sponsor.
hereof; containing an exception allowing,
during the moratorium period, for the transfer                Board Bill No. 74                      Introduced on the 22nd day of June, 2001 by:
                                                        An ordinance relating to cable television;
of existing licenses, under certain                                                                  Honorable Phyllis Young, Alderwoman 7th Ward
                                                   amending Ordinance 58462 by repealing
circumstances; and containing an emergency                                                           Honorable Terry Kennedy, Alderman 18th Ward
                                                   Subsections (1) and (2) of Section 30, codified
clause.
                                                   as Section 8.29.290.A and .B, Revised Code;                  Resolution No. 66
            Board Bill No. 74                      and enacting in lieu thereof new Subsections            WHEREAS, Union Memorial United
     An ordinance relating to cable television;    (1) and (2) pertaining to the same subject        Methodist Church was founded in 1846 and
amending Ordinance 58462 by repealing              matter; with an emergency provision.              is distinguished because it is the oldest and
Subsections (1) and (2) of Section 30, codified                                                      largest African-American United Methodist
                                                        Board Bills Numbered 49 (Committee
as Section 8.29.290.A and .B, Revised Code;                                                          congregation in the City of St. Louis; and
                                                   Substitute), 73 (Floor Substitute), 74 were
and enacting in lieu thereof new Subsections
                                                   read and all other business being suspended,           WHEREAS, since 1995 the Union
(1) and (2) pertaining to the same subject         Mr. Shrewsbury, in the presence of the Board      Memorial United Methodist Church
matter; with an emergency provision.
                                                   and in open session, affixed his signature in     congregation has been under the spiritual
THIRD READING, REPORT OF THE                       accordance with the provisions of the Charter.    leadership of Reverend Dr. Lynn R. Mims
  ENGROSSMENT COMMITTEE                                 COURTESY RESOLUTIONS                         who has served the ministry of Jesus Christ
     AND FINAL PASSAGE                                                                               for more than twenty-nine years; and
                                                          CONSENT CALENDAR
       OF BOARD BILLS                                    Mr. Shrewsbury introduced Resolution             WHEREAS, Pastor Mims is a native of
     None.                                         Nos. 65, 66, 67, 68 and the Clerk was             Clarksville, Texas and is a distinguished
                                                   instructed to read same.                          graduate of West Texas State University and
        REPORT OF THE
                                                                                                     Perkins School of Theology; and
    ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE                                      Resolution No. 65
     Board of Aldermen, Committee Report,               WHEREAS, on June 23, 2001 the                     WHEREAS , in the last six years Pastor
St. Louis, June 22, 2001.                          members of the 1966 graduating class from         Mims has brought more than five hundred
                                                   Soldan High School will come together for a       new members into the Union Memorial
     To the President of the Board of
                                                   gala evening to celebrate their 35 year class     family, established eleven Bible Study groups,
Aldermen:
                                                   reunion; and                                      founded a new church called Union-Shaw
      The Committee on Engrossed &                                                                   Outpost Ministry, brought financial stability
                                                  WHEREAS, the members of the class                  to Union Memorial and counseled hundreds
Enrolled Bills to whom was referred the
                                            of 1966 who live in St. Louis will be joined by          of individuals in need of spiritual guidance;
following Board Bills report that they have
considered the same and they are truly fellow classmates from around the country                     and
                                            who have made a special effort to be part of
enrolled.
                                            this celebration; and                                         WHEREAS, in addition to his tireless
          Board Bill No. 49                                                                          efforts at Union Memorial, Pastor Mims has
                                                         WHEREAS , for the past 35 years the         provided excellent leadership in the Missouri
       (Committee Substitute)                      members of the Class of 1966 have been
      An ordinance prohibiting the issuance                                                          East Annual Conference as the chairperson of
                                                   outstanding examples of community minded          the Spiritual Formation and Social Justice and
of any package or drink liquor licenses for        citizens who have served as important role
any currently non-licensed premises within                                                           as President of the Black United Methodist
                                                   models to the young men and women in their        Ministers and has recently been appointed
the boundaries of the Second Ward, as said         communities; and                                  by Governor Holden to serve on the Missouri
boundaries are currently defined in Ordinance
62476, for a period of one year from the                WHEREAS, although the reunion will           Community Service Commission; and
effective date hereof; containing an exception     be a time of joy in seeing old friends and              WHEREAS , Pastor Mims is an
allowing, during the moratorium period, for        remembering good times, it will also be an        exceptional member of our community whose
the transfer of existing licenses, under certain   opportunity to recall the past friendship of      service to his congregation and to all of our
circumstances, and the issuance of a drink         those members of the class who are deceased;      citizens is greatly appreciated; and
license to persons operating a restaurant at a     and
previously non-licensed premises; and                                                                     WHEREAS , on Sunday, July 1, 2001
                                                        WHEREAS, we hope that the 35 year            the members of Union Memorial United
containing an emergency clause.                    reunion of the Soldan High School Class of        Methodist Church and the family and many
           Board Bill No. 73                       1966 will be memorable and enjoyable for the      friends of Pastor Mims will gather together to
           (Floor Substitute)                      members as well as their families;                express their appreciation for his outstanding
      An ordinance repealing Ordinance 64906             NOW THEREFORE BE IT                         work;
and enacting a new ordinance in lieu thereof       RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of                   NOW THEREFORE BE IT
prohibiting the issuance of any package or         the City of St. Louis that we pause in our        RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of
drink liquor licenses for any premises within      deliberations to congratulate the members of      the City of St. Louis that we pause in our
the boundaries of the Twentieth and Twenty-        the Soldan High School Class of 1966 on the       deliberations to recognize and thank Reverend
First Wards, as said boundaries are currently      occasion of their 35 Year Class Reunion and       Dr. Lynn R. Mims for his many contributions
defined or may be defined in the future, for a     to wish them a successful celebration and we      to this community as Pastor of Union
period of three years from the effective date      direct the Clerk of this Board to spread a copy   Memorial United Methodist Church and we
hereof; containing an exception allowing,          of this Resolution across the minutes of these
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direct the Clerk of this Board to spread a copy    the St. Louis City Fire Department, William                  Resolution No. 69
of this Resolution across the minutes of these     Hill retired on April 26, 2001; and                    WHEREAS, as a result of certain
proceedings and to prepare a commemorative                                                           allegations of impropriety raised by the local
                                                         WHEREAS, Bill was born and raised in
copy to the end that it may be presented to                                                          news media regarding the minority owner
                                                   St. Louis and received his appointment to the
our honoree at a time and place deemed                                                               status of United Materials Company, the
                                                   Fire Department on March 11, 1962; and
appropriate by the Sponsor.                                                                          validity of all minority owned contractors in
                                                        WHEREAS, during his outstanding              the City of St. Louis has been questioned; and
Introduced on the 22nd day of June, 2001 by:
                                                   career, Bill served in an Engine Company for
                                                                                                          WHEREAS, because a question has
Honorable Irving Clay, Jr., Alderman 26th Ward     thirteen years and a Hook and Ladder
                                                                                                     been raised as to the minority status of one
                                                   Company for twenty years; and
           Resolution No. 67                                                                         company, all minority owned companies who
      WHEREAS, we have been apprised that               WHEREAS , in July of 1984, as a result       have been certified by the St. Louis Minority
after thirty-three years of dedicated service      of his hard work, expertise and                   Business Council have been denied minority
as a member of the United States Department        professionalism, Bill was promoted to the rank    status by the City of St. Louis; and
of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration,       of Captain; and
                                                                                                          WHEREAS, the City of St. Louis has
Dennis Robert Moriarty will retire on July 1,            WHEREAS, since 1995 Bill has served         accepted the certification of the St. Louis
2001; and
                                                   as Captain of the Department’s Rescue Squad       Minority Business Council since August of
     WHEREAS, Dennis began his law                 Two and his experience and exceptional ability    2000 and contractors have submitted bids on
enforcement career on October 28, 1968 as a        will be greatly missed; and                       numerous city contracts in reliance on this
Special Agent assigned to the St. Louis District                                                     acceptance; and
                                                         WHEREAS , in addition to his duties
Office; and                                        with the Department, Bill has served as an             WHEREAS, the men and women
      WHEREAS , between 1976 and 1979              officer for the International Association of      employed by the minority owned companies
Dennis served as an Intelligence Research          Firefighters Local 73 for more than thirty-       effected by this insupportable policy have
Specialist before returning to St. Louis where     five years; and                                   families to feed, bills to pay and homes to
he is completing his career as a Senior                                                              maintain; and
                                                        WHEREAS, we are certain that Bill is
Intelligence Research Specialist; and
                                                   looking forward to a well deserved retirement           WHEREAS, to arbitrarily deny minority
     WHEREAS , prior to joining the                with his children, Teresa, Joanne, Sara, Owen     status to these companies based solely upon
Department of Justice, Dennis served his           and Daniel, his family and his many friends;      allegations directed at one company is a
country for four years as an officer in the                                                          violation of due process and an unjustified
                                                         NOW THEREFORE BE IT
United States Navy; and                                                                              interference with the right of these individuals
                                                   RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of
                                                                                                     to work;
      WHEREAS, Dennis’ investigative               the City of St. Louis that we pause in our
skills, professionalism, integrity and sincere     deliberations to recognize and honor William            NOW THEREFORE BE IT
friendship have earned him the respect and         Hill for more than 39 years of exemplary          RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of
admiration of his fellow agents and co-workers;    service with the St. Louis City Fire              the City of St. Louis that we disapprove of
and                                                Department and we wish him peace and              the policy to withhold minority status to all
                                                   happiness in his retirement and we direct the     companies certified by the St. Louis Minority
     WHEREAS, Dennis is looking forward            Clerk of this Board to spread a copy of this      Business Council without substantial proof
to a well deserved retirement with his wife        Resolution across the minutes of these            that all companies are in violation of the
Jane, his children, Kristina and Colleen and       proceedings and to further prepare a              minority certification program and we strongly
his many friends;                                  commemorative copy to the end that it may         urge that the certification process be reinstated
      NOW THEREFORE BE IT                          be presented to our honoree at a time and         for all companies until such time as a thorough
RESOLVED by the Board of Aldermen of               place deemed appropriate by the Sponsor.          and fair investigation is completed.
the City of St. Louis that we pause in our         Introduced the 22nd day of June, 2001 by:         Introduced on the 22nd day of June, 2001 by:
deliberations to congratulate Dennis R.
Moriarty for his thirty-three years of             Honorable James Sondermann, Alderman 23rd Ward    Honorable Freeman Bosley, Alderman 3rd Ward
commitment and loyalty to the citizens of the           Unanimous consent having been                      Unanimous consent having been objected
City of St. Louis and we wish him peace and
                                                   obtained Resolution Nos. 65, 66, 67, 68 stood     to, Mr. Bosley moved to suspend the rules
happiness in his retirement and we further         considered.                                       for the purpose of introducing Resolution No.
direct the Clerk of this Board to spread a copy
                                                                                                     69.
of this Resolution across the minutes of these           Mr. Shrewsbury moved that Resolution
proceedings and to prepare a commemorative         Nos. 65, 66, 67, 68 be adopted, at this meeting        Seconded by Mr. Carter.
copy to the end that it may be presented to        of the Board.
                                                                                                          Failed by the following vote:
our honoree at a time and place deemed
                                                         Seconded by Mr. Carter.
appropriate by the Sponsor.                                                                              Ayes: Smith, Bosley, Ford-Griffin, Reed,
                                                         Carried unanimously by voice vote.          Kennedy, McMillan, Tyus and Carter : 8.
Introduced on the 22nd day of June, 2001 by:
Honorable Stephen Gregali, Alderman 14th Ward                FIRST READING OF                             Noes: Ryan, Young, Conway, Ortmann,
                                                               RESOLUTIONS                           Schmid, Villa, Heitert, Wessels, Gregali,
           Resolution No. 68                            Mr. Bosley introduced Resolution No.         Florida, Shrewsbury, Roddy, Long, Jones,
     WHEREAS, we have been apprised that           69 and the Clerk was instructed to read same.     Sondermann, Bauer, Kirner, Clay and
after 39 years, 1 month and 15 days of                                                               Krewson: 19
dedicated service to the City of St. Louis with
                                                                                                          Present: 0
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   Resolution No. 69 was assigned to the               To the Directors of Streets, Parks,                          LETTINGS
Committee on Rules & Resolutions.                 Recreation and Forestry, Health and Hospitals          Seven sealed proposals for the public
                                                  & Public Safety: 105753, St. Louis Columbus       work advertised under Letting No. 8126 –
          SECOND READING                          Day Corp., hold event on October 7, 2001 in       Renovation to Office Building for Building
          OF RESOLUTIONS                          Berra Park. 105754, Shaw Neighborhood             Inspection and Board-Up Division, 2923 No.
     None.                                        Association, hold event October 6-7, 2001 in      Broadway, were received, publicly opened,
                                                  the 4100 and 4200 blocks of Flora Place           read and referred to the President.
       MISCELLANEOUS AND
                                                  Parkway.
       UNFINISHED BUSINESS                                                                               Communications, reports, recommend-
     None.                                             To the Directors of Streets and Public       ations and documents were submitted by
                                                  Safety: 105755, Rebar, Inc. d/b/a Racinilli’s,    Board Members and action thereon taken as
          ANNOUNCEMENTS                           encroach with 10 tables and 20 chairs at 12       follows:
     None.                                        So. Euclid.
                                                                                                                   PRESIDENT
        EXCUSED ALDERMEN                                To the Directors of Parks, Recreation            Proposed contract and bond ordered
     All aldermen were present.                   and Forestry, Health and Hospitals and Public     transmitted for approval as follows:
             ADJOURNMENT                          Safety: 105756, Saturday Sports Company,
                                                  Inc., hold event July 14-15, 2001 in Forest            Letting No. 8116 - Complete Seismic
      Mr. Wessels moved to adjourn under                                                            Retrofit to the Reservoir Roof at the Stacy
rules to return Friday, June 29, 2001.            Park. 105757, Good Sameritan Community
                                                  Center, hold event July 14-15, 2001 in            Park Reservoir for the City of St. Louis Water
     Seconded by Mr. Heitert.                     Fairgrounds Park.                                 Division, Tarlton Corp., 5500 West Park, St.
                                                                                                    Louis, MO 63110, Contract No. 19479
     Carried unanimously by voice vote.                To the Directors of Health and Hospitals
                                                  and Public Safety: 105758, Kiddie Kastle,              Addendum No. 1 to the plans and
     Respectfully submitted,                                                                        specifications for Letting No. 8127 - Series
                                                  conduct day care center at 3350 Goodfellow.
     Fred F. Steffen, Clerk                                                                         No. 4C, Commercial Demolition (Law Office
     Board of Aldermen                                          June 21, 2001                       and New York Bagelry) at Lambert approved
                                                        To the Directors of Public Utilities and    and made part of the original plans.
                                                  Streets: 105759, Dismas House, trench or bore
                                                                                                         Addendum No. 1 to the plans and
  BOARD OF                                        for the purpose of installing communication
                                                  cable in alley behind 5041 Cote Brilliante west   specifications for Letting No. 8129 - St. Louis
                                                                                                    Fire Station Renovations, Package 2A
PUBLIC SERVICE                                    to rear of 5049 Cote Brilliante. 105552, Big
                                                  Bang!, amend permit to encroach with              approved and made part of the original plans
        REGULAR MEETING                           sidewalk café at 807-09 No. 2nd to include        and specifications approved June 19, 2001.
   St. Louis, MO - June 26, 2001                  sidewalk area at 801-05 No. 2nd .                      Addendum No. 1 to the plans and
     Board met at 1:45 P.M.                            To the Directors of Health and Hospitals     specifications for Letting No. 8132 - Concrete
                                                  and Public Safety: 105614, Transformation         and Brick Removal/Replacement and
     Present:     Directors Visintainer,          Child Training Center, amend capacity to          Complete Sidewalk Installation, Project No.
Suelmann, Selders, Bess, Adams, Bushmeyer                                                           SP-50approved and made part of the original
                                                  conduct day care center at 4140 Page to
and Acting President Kuss.                                                                          plans.
                                                  include 75 children.
     Absent: Director Griggs. (excused)                                                                   Addendum No. 2 to the plans and
                                                                June 22, 2001
                                                                                                    specifications for Letting No. 8128 - Grattan
     Request of the Director of Airport to be          To the Directors of Streets and Public
                                                                                                    Street Parkway Building Demolition, Project
excused from the Regular Meeting of June 26,      Safety: 105761, Pulitzer Foundation for the
                                                                                                    No. STP-4994(601) approved and made part
2001 designating Mr. Don Huber to act in his      Arts, encroach into alley at rear of 3716
                                                                                                    of the original plans.
behalf was received and leave of absence          Washington with a wall.
granted.                                                                                                 All bids ordered rejected for Letting No.
                                                        To the Director of Streets: 105762, Nuka
                                                                                                    8106 - Removal of Asbestos Containing and
     Minutes of the Regular Meeting of            G. Anue, operate taxicab company in the City
                                                                                                    Hazardous Materials at Homer G. Phillips
June 19, 2001 were unanimously approved.          of St. Louis.
                                                                                                    Hospital Service Building, 2601 Whittier, new
     The following documents were referred                      June 25, 2001                       Alderwoman will not obligate funds because
by the Secretary:                                      To the Directors of Health and Hospitals     developer has not made a clear commitment
                                                  and Public Safety: 105761, New Vision Child       to the proposed project.
              June 20, 2001
                                                  Development Center, conduct day care center
      To the Directors of Public Utilities and                                                           Supplemental Agreement No. 4 to P.S.A.
                                                  at 4500 Pope.
Streets, Parks, Recreation and Forestry, Health                                                     No. 861 Settling Capabilities and Removal of
and Hospitals and Public Safety: 105751,                        June 26, 2001                       Asbestos of Residuals at the Chain of Rocks
Soldier’s Memorial and Landmark Event                  To the Directors of Public Utilities and     Plant with Horner & Shifrin approved and
Partners, hold event in Poelker/Kauffman          Public Safety: 105762, Mt. Zion M.B.              President authorized to execute same.
Plaza July 12-15, 2001.                           Church, consolidate parcels of land in C.B.       PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS OF
                                                  1282 at 3300 Park. 105763, Habitat for
     To the Directors of Public Utilities and                                                       PUBLIC UTILITIES AND STREETS
                                                  Humanity Fourth Subdivision, subdivide
Public Safety: 1005752, Interface Residents,                                                             Application No. 105723, City of St.
                                                  parcel of land in C.B. 3806EB, 3806EA,
resubdivide Lots 21 through 28 in Block 33 of                                                       Louis, Board of Public Service, dedicate two
                                                  3806WB, 2806WA, 3818EA.
Stoddard Addition Lot B (Mama Nyumba) in                                                            irregular shaped alleys in C.B. 2338; 1)
C.B. 998.                                                                                           15’x136' at the north R.O.W. line of Madison
July 3, 2001                                                   The City Journal                                                                11

and 2) 15’x136' beginning at the south R.O.W.          DIRECTORS OF PARKS,                              Purchased sets become the property of
line of Monroe bounded by Monroe, 17th ,             RECREATION AND FORESTRY,                      the prospective bidder and no refunds will be
Madison and 18th, ordered approved, subject          HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AND                      made.
to certain conditions.                                    PUBLIC SAFETY                                  Proposals must be made on blank forms
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC UTILITIES                            Application No. 105736, Soulard            to be furnished by the President of the Board
     Board declared as emergency work for          Business Association and Boy’s Club of St.      of Public Service, and must be submitted to
private contractor hauling of waste materials      Louis, hold Soulard Bastille Day Celebration    Room 208 City Hall.
from various Water Division work sites.            in Soulard Park, July 14, 2001, ordered
                                                                                                         Each bidder shall specify in his proposal
                                                   approved, subject to certain conditions.
      DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                                                                          in figures, without interlineations, alterations,
      UTILITIES AND STREETS                            DIRECTORS OF PARKS,                         or erasures, a unit price for each of those items
      Application No. 105724, Qwest                  RECREATION AND FORESTRY                       where so called for in the proposal, and shall
Communications Corp., to install                        AND PUBLIC SAFETY                          show the products of the respective unit prices
communication system at 11 th and                        Application No. 105710, KLOU 103.3        and estimated quantities. He shall also show
Washington, ordered approved, subject to           FM/Kellogg’s and the Muny Opera, launch         in figures bid proposals for all items on which
certain conditions.                                hot air balloon in Forest Park July 30, 2001    Lump Sum figures are requested, and, in
                                                   ordered approved, subject to the attached       addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Lump
     DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                           conditions.                                     Sum for which he will perform all of the
   UTILITIES, STREETS, PARKS,                                                                      estimated work, as requested by the general
    HEALTH AND HOSPITALS                             DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY                     requirements and covenants, specifications,
                                                        5 Conditional Use Permits ordered          and plans.
       AND PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                   approved, as submitted by the Hearing
      Application No. 105623, Fair St. Louis,                                                           In case of a discrepancy between the
                                                   Officer, per Board Order No. 766.
hold fair June 30, July 1, 3 and 4th, 2001on                                                       gross sum shown in the proposal and that
Poplar/3rd/Market/Chestnut/ Washington/                 The following documents were not           obtained by the addition of the bid prices as
Sullivan ordered approved, subject to certain      included on the Posted Agenda: 260107,          applied to the basic items, the latter shall
conditions.                                        260111, 260116-17.                              prevail.
     Application No. 105725, Vashon/Jeff                Adjourned to meet             Tuesday,          Each bid must be accompanied by a
Vanderlou Initiative, hold event June 16, 2001     July 3, 2001 at 1:45 P.M.                       Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or
in Chamber Park ordered filed, date of event                                                       Trust Company in the City of Saint Louis,
has passed.                                                        Joseph K. Kuss,
                                                                                                   payable to the Order of the City Treasurer, or
                                                                   Acting President
     DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC                                                                           a Surety Bond approved by the Comptroller,
                                                   Attest:
                                                                                                   for the amount of Deposit required, as
 UTILITIES AND PUBLIC SAFETY                                       Darlene A. Plump,
                                                                                                   heretofore stated.
      3 subdivisions ordered approved as                           Secretary
follows, subject to certain conditions: 105687,                                                          All work under this contract will be paid
St. Louis Development Corp., subdivide part                   Office of the                        for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the
of Lot No.11 and all of Lots No. 12 and 13 in                                                      work completed, less a retained amount of
                                                         Board of Public Service
Block E of A.B. Finch’s Subdivision in C.B.                                                        ten (10%) percent. Final payment, including
5782; 105744, Railroad Realty Services, C.B.                City of St. Louis                      all retained percentages, will be made within
19; 105743, Railroad Realty Services, C.B.         SEALED PROPOSALS will be received for           ten (10) days after completion of all work and
                                                   the Public Work hereinafter mentioned by the
1933.                                                                                              final acceptance by the City.
                                                   Board of Public Service, Room 208 City Hall,
      DIRECTOR OF STREETS                          until 1:45 P.M., St. Louis, Missouri time on          The City of St. Louis will affirmatively
      Application No. 105732, Arts in              JULY 24, 2001, at which time they will be       insure that in any contract entered into
Transit, install approximately 30 painted steel    publicly opened and read, viz:                  pursuant to this advertisement, minority
roses (40" each) along fence on n/side of Forest                                                   business enterprises will be afforded full
                                                   LETTING NUMBER 8132: CONCRETE
Park b/t DeBaliviere and Des Peres ordered                                                         opportunity to submit bids in response to
                                                   AND         BRICK         REMOVAL/
approved, subject to certain conditions.                                                           this invitation and will not be discriminated
                                                   REPLACEMENT AND COMPLETE                        against on the grounds of race, color or national
      Application No. 105733, Fair St. Louis,      SIDEWALK INSTALLATION, PROJECT                  origin in consideration for an award. The M/
hang banner across 4 th b/t Chestnut and Market    NO. SP-50, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI                  WBE goal for this project is 25% and 5%.The
July 1, 2001 ordered approved, subject to                                                          Contract shall provide that not less than the
                                                   DEPOSIT: $12,725.00
certain conditions.                                                                                prevailing hourly rate of wages in the City of
                                                        Drawings, Specifications and Form of       St. Louis as determined by the Department of
      DIRECTORS OF STREETS                         Contract may be examined at the Office of the
        AND PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                          Labor and Industrial Relations of the State of
                                                   President of the Board of Public Service,       Missouri for each craft or type of workmen
     2 encroachments permits ordered               Room 301 City Hall.
approved, as follows, subject to certain                                                           needed in the actual construction work on the
                                                        Sets of Drawings, Specifications and       site of the construction job herein authorized,
conditions: 105755, Rebar, Inc. d/b/a
                                                   Proposal Form may be obtained by giving         as well as the general prevailing rate for legal
Racanilli’s, sidewalk café, 12 So. Euclid
                                                   three (3) days notice, and upon payment of      holiday and overtime work shall be paid to all
105735, District 9 - International Association
                                                   TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS ($25.00) for                workmen.
of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, 2 sheds
at 4591 McRee.                                     each set.                                            All labor to be performed under this
                                                                                                   contract shall be subject to the provisions of
July 3, 2001                                                     The City Journal                                                                  12

Section 290.210 to 290.340, inclusive, of the            Each bid must be accompanied by a             LETTING NUMBER 8129: ST. LOUIS FIRE
Revised Statutes of Missouri.                       Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or        STATION RENOVATIONS PACKAGE 2A,
                                                    Trust Company in the City of St. Louis,            ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
      The right of the Board of Public Service      payable to the order of the City Treasurer or
to reject any or all bids is expressly reserved.                                                       DEPOSIT:         $28,225.00
                                                    a Surety Bond approved by the Comptroller
   By Order of the Board of Public Service,         of the City of St. Louis for the amount of              Drawings, Specifications and Form of
JUNE 19, 2001.                                      Deposit required, as heretofore stated.            Contract may be examined at the Office of the
                                                                                                       President of the Board of Public Service,
                 Joseph K. Kuss,                          All work under this contract will be paid
                                                                                                       Room 301 City Hall.
                 Acting President                   for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the
Attest:                                             work completed, less a retained amount of               Sets of Drawings, Specifications and
                 Darlene A. Plump,                  5%. Final Payment, including all retained          Proposal Form may be obtained by giving
                 Secretary                          percentages, will be made within ten (10) days     three (3) days notice, and upon payment of
                                                    after completion of all work and final             FORTY dollars ($40.00) for each set.
                                                    acceptance by the City.
                                                                                                            Purchased sets become the property of
            Office of the                                 The City of St. Louis will affirmatively     the prospective bidder and no refunds will be
       Board of Public Service                      insure that in any contract entered into           made.
          City of St. Louis                         pursuant to this advertisement, fully certified
      Sealed Proposals will be received for the     Disadvantaged Business Enterprises will be               Proposals must be made on blank forms
Public Work hereinafter mentioned at the                                                               to be furnished by the President of the Board
                                                    afforded full opportunity to submit bids in
Office of the Board of Public Service, Room                                                            of Public Service, and must be submitted to
                                                    response to this invitation and will not be
208, City Hall, until 1:45 p.m., July 24, 2001,     discriminated against on the grounds of race,      Room 208 City Hall.
St. Louis, Missouri time, at which time whey        color or national origin in consideration for an         Each bidder shall specify in his proposal
will be publicly opened and read, viz:              award. The Disadvantaged Business                  in figures, without interlineations, alterations,
LETTING NO. 8130: Construction Staging              Enterprise goal for this project is 35%.           or erasures, a unit price for each of those items
Area, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport                                                          where so called for in the proposal, and shall
                                                          The contract shall provide that not less
Expansion Program                                   than the prevailing hourly rate of wages in the    show the products of the respective unit prices
                                                                                                       and estimated quantities. He shall also show
Deposit: $7,725.00                                  City of St. Louis as determined by the
                                                                                                       in figures bid proposals for all items on which
                                                    Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
     Contract Document and Drawings may             of the State of Missouri and the Federal Davis     Lump Sum figures are requested, and, in
be obtained at the Airport Program                                                                     addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Lump
                                                    Bacon Wage Decision for each craft or type of
Management Office, Suite 280, 4610 North            workmen needed in the actual construction          Sum for which he will perform all of the
Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton, Missouri                                                               estimated work, as requested by the general
                                                    work on the site of the construction job herein
63044, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday                                                             requirements and covenants, specifications,
                                                    authorized, as well as the general prevailing
through Friday commencing June 25, 2001,            rate and federal rate for legal holiday and        and plans.
and upon payment of Sixty Dollars ($60.00)          overtime work shall be paid to all workmen.             In case of a discrepancy between the
payable by check to Treasurer – City of St.                                                            gross sum shown in the proposal and that
Louis for each package. Purchased sets                   All labor to be performed under this
                                                    contract shall be subject to the provisions of     obtained by the addition of the bid prices as
become the property of the prospective bidder                                                          applied to the basic items, the latter shall
and no refunds will be made.                        Sections 290.210 to 290.340 inclusive, of the
                                                    Revised Statues of Missouri, 1986.                 prevail.
      Proposals must be made on blank forms                                                                 Each bid must be accompanied by a
to be furnished by the President of the Board             The right of the Board of Public Service
                                                                                                       Cashier’s or Treasurer’s Check of a Bank or
of Public Service, and must be submitted to         to reject any or all bids is expressly reserved.
                                                                                                       Trust Company in the City of Saint Louis,
Room 208, City Hall.                                    By order of the Board of Public Service,       payable to the Order of the City Treasurer, or
      Each bidder shall specify in its proposal     June 19, 2001.                                     a Surety Bond approved by the Comptroller,
in figures, without interlineations, alternations                                                      for the amount of Deposit required, as
                                                                     Joseph K. Kuss,
or erasures, a unit price for each of those items                                                      heretofore stated.
                                                                     Acting President
where so called for in the proposal, and shall      Attest:                                                  All work under this contract will be paid
show the products of the respective unit prices                      Darlene A. Plump,                 for in cash, based on monthly estimates of the
and estimated quantities. Bidder shall also                          Secretary                         work completed, less a retained amount of
show in figures bid proposals for all items on                                                         ten (10%) percent. Final payment, including
which lump sum figures are requested, and, in                                                          all retained percentages, will be made within
addition thereto, at the end of the bid the Total               Office of the
                                                                                                       ten (10) days after completion of all work and
Bid Amount for which he will perform all of                Board of Public Service
                                                                                                       final acceptance by the City.
the estimated work as requested by the general                City of St. Louis
requirements and covenants, specifications                SEALED PROPOSALS will be received                  The City of St. Louis will affirmatively
and plans.                                          for the Public Work hereinafter mentioned by       insure that in any contract entered into
                                                    the Board of Public Service, Room 208 City         pursuant to this advertisement, minority
      In case of a discrepancy between the                                                             business enterprises will be afforded full
                                                    Hall, until 1:45 P.M., St. Louis, Missouri time
gross sum shown in the proposal and that            on JULY 24, 2001, which time they will be          opportunity to submit bids in response to
obtained by the addition of each item, the latter   publicly opened and read, viz:                     this invitation and will not be discriminated
shall prevail.                                                                                         against on the grounds of race, color or national
July 3, 2001                                                    The City Journal                                                                13

origin in consideration for an award. The M/            APPEAL 7963 - Appeal filed by Jennifer             Sealed bids for the above will be received
WBE goal for this project is 25% and 5%.           Raymond, from the determination of the Board      at the St. Louis Metropolitan Police
                                                   of Public Service in the denial of a building     Department, Office of the Director of
      The Contract shall provide that not less     permit authorizing the Appellant to replace a     Purchasing, 1200 Clark Avenue, Room 605,
than the prevailing hourly rate of wages in the
                                                   convenience store for gas station (per plans)     St. Louis, Missouri 63103, until 11:00 a.m.
City of St. Louis as determined by the
                                                   at 3710 N. Grand. Ward 3 #AB212780-01             local time, Friday, July 20, 2001, when they
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations                                                         will be opened publicly and announced.
of the State of Missouri for each craft or type         In accordance with the provisions of
of workmen needed in the actual construction       Ordinance 59981, effective July 31, 1986.               Official bid forms on which bids must
work on the site of the construction job herein                                                      be submitted may be obtained from the Office
                                                       By authority of the Board of
authorized, as well as the general prevailing                                                        of the Director of Purchasing by prospective
                                                   Adjustment.
rate for legal holiday and overtime work shall                                                       bidders upon request in person or by
be paid to all workmen.                                 E. Smoot, Chairman                           telephone during regular business hours.
     All labor to be performed under this                                                                  Contractor shall not discriminate in
contract shall be subject to the provisions of
Section 290.210 to 290.340, inclusive, of the
                                                      PUBLIC                NOTICE                   matters of employment, upgrading, transfer,
                                                                                                     rates of pay selection or otherwise, against
Revised Statutes of Missouri.                           A Conditional Use Hearing will be held       any employee or applicant for employment
                                                   in Room 208 City Hall at 8:30 a.m. on             because of race, creed, color, sex or national
      The right of the Board of Public Service     Thursday, July 12, 2001 on the following          origin. Noncompliance shall be sufficient
to reject any or all bids is expressly reserved.   conditional uses:                                 cause to reject any bid or terminate the
   By Order of the Board of Public Service,             3326 Arsenal - Home Occupancy                contract, and the Board of Police
JUNE 19, 2001.                                     Waiver - Landscaping and Construction (Office     Commissioners of the St. Louis Metropolitan
                                                   Use Only) - "B" - Two Family Dwelling             Police Department shall be entitled to recover
                 Joseph K. Kuss,                                                                     any damages resulting from termination.
                 Acting President                  District. Ward 9
Attest:                                                 4321 Ellenwood - Home Occupancy                    The Board of Police Commissioners
                 Darlene A. Plump,                 Waiver - Amusement Ride Rental (Office Use        reserves the right to waive any formalities and
                 Secretary                         Only) - "A" - Single Family Dwelling District.    to reject any and all bids. The Board also
                                                   Ward 14                                           reserves the right to consider criteria other
                                                                                                     than the low bid in the award of a contract.
   PUBLIC                 NOTICE                        3927 Parnell - Home Occupancy                Among other factors, the Board will consider
                                                   Waiver - General Contracting Company
      A public hearing will be held by the                                                           the location of the business, minority interest
                                                   (Office Use Only) - "C" - Multiple Family
Board of Adjustment at 1:30 p.m. on                                                                  in the business, prior performance and the bid
                                                   Dwelling District. Ward 3
Wednesday, July 11, 2001, in Room 208 City                                                           submitted in relation to the needs of the St.
Hall to consider the following:                         1504 Tamm - Home Occupancy Waiver            Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
                                                   - Home Repair (Office Use Only) - "A" -
     APPEAL 7959 - Appeal filed by Jasper                                                                 CAROL GRASSI
                                                   Single Family Dwelling District. Ward 24
Paul Cillo, Sr. , from the determination of the                                                           DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING
Building Commissioner in the denial of an              4618 Minnesota - AO222770-01 -                     PHONE # 314-444-5608
occupancy permit authorizing the Appellant         Church - "B" - Two Family Dwelling District.
to operate an auto salvage facility with open      Ward 13                                                    CITY OF ST. LOUIS
storage at 815-23 Angelica and 800-902
                                                        2411 Belle Glade - AB224477-01 -                     LAMBERT-ST. LOUIS
Penrose. Ward 2 #AO217049-01 &
#A0217053-01
                                                   Construct Church Addition Per Plans - "C" -            INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
                                                   Multiple Family Dwelling District. Ward 4
                                                                                                        SOLITATION FOR BIDS FOR
     APPEAL 7960 - Appeal filed by Auto
                                                       3160 Evans - AB224841-01 - Construct             OVERHEAD DOOR SERVICES
Service Sana, from the determination of the
                                                   A Church (Zoning Only) - "C" - Multiple
Building Commissioner in the denial of an
occupancy permit authorizing the Appellant
                                                   Family Dwelling District. Ward 19                  SEALED            BIDS        WANTED
to operate an auto repair with outside storage           3803 S Kingshighway - AB221906-01                Sealed Bids will be received at the
at 3453-61 Delor. Ward 13 #AO223199-01             - Interior & Exterior Alterations Per Plans for   Airport Contracts Administration Office,
                                                   Cafe/Restaurant - "F" - Neighborhood              4610 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Suite 240,
      APPEAL 7961 - Appeal filed by Erin                                                             St. Louis, Missouri 63044, until 2:00 p.m.,
                                                   Commercial District. Ward 25
Weyerich, from the determination of the                                                              July 31, 2001, at which time they will be
Building Commissioner in the denial of a home                                                        publicly opened and read.
occupancy waiver authorizing the Appellant
to operate a home day care with 10 children at
                                                   INVITATION TO BID                                       Bidding documents may be obtained at
3442 Oregon. Ward 10                                Board of Police Commissioners                    the above address, Monday through Friday
                                                    Metropolitan Police Department                   between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
     APPEAL 7962 - Appeal filed by King                                                              or by calling (314) 551-5000. This Solicitation
                                                       City of St. Louis, Missouri
Limousine, Inc., from the determination of the                                                       for Bids may be obtained by visiting our
Board of Public Service in the denial of a home    REBID #4-047144       Upholstery Repair           website at www.lambert-stlouis.com (Click
occupancy waiver authorizing the Appellant                                                           on "Other Services", then "Doing Business".
to operate a limousine business at 4324            REBID #4-047143       Auto Body Paint
Ellenwood. Ward 14                                                                                        Jack Thomas
                                                   REBID #4-047145       Auto Batteries
                                                                                                          Contracts Administration Manager
July 3, 2001                                                     The City Journal                                                               14

           DEPARTMENT OF                                                                                  MANHELD TWO-WAY RADIO
                                                    NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS
     PERSONNEL                                            CITY ORDINANCE requires that any
                                                                                                      for furnishing the Refuse Division as per Req.
                                                                                                      #166 on file in this office.
    NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONS                          individual or company who performs work
                                                    within the City limits must obtain a Business           TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2001
     The Department of Personnel, Room
                                                    License. This would also apply to business
100 City Hall, City of St. Louis, Missouri,
                                                    who employ sales or delivery personnel to                   READER PRINTER
announces competitive Civil Service
                                                    come into the City. Contracts requiring work      for furnishing the Probate Court as per Req.
examinations to fill vacancies in the Municipal
                                                    to be performed in the City will NOT be           #23 on file in this office.
Service.
                                                    awarded to unlicensed businesses. Please
                                                                                                              PLAIN PAPER LASER
                                                    contact the License Collector, Room 104 City
      The last date for filing an application for   Hall, St. Louis, Missouri, 63103 or phone                 FACSIMILE MACHINE
the following examination is JULY 6, 2001.                                                            for furnishing the Circuit Court
                                                    (314) 622-4528. You may also refer to our
                                                                                                      Administration as per Req. #39 on file in this
                                                    on-line site at www.stlouiscity.com
   ARCHITECTURAL MANAGER                                                                              office.
  (BOARD OF PUBLIC SERVICE)
                                                                                                             WASTE RECEPTACLES
    (Promotional Examination
     Open to Permanent City                            SUPPLY                                         for furnishing the Circuit Court
                                                                                                      Administration as per Req. #40 on file in this
        Employees Only)
               Prom. 8715                           COMMISSIONER                                      office.

$56,082 to $84,110 (Annual Salary Range)            Office of the Supply Commissioner, Room                    OFFICE FURNITURE
                                                    324, City Hall, 1200 Market Street, St. Louis,    for furnishing the Human Services Department
                                                    Missouri 63103, Tuesday, July 3, 2001 -           as per Req. #44 on file in this office.
      The last date for filing an application for   ADVERTISED BIDS will be received by the
the following examination is JULY 20, 2001.                                                                 FLEXIBLE FUEL MINIVAN
                                                    undersigned to be opened at the office at 12:00
                                                                                                      for furnishing the Refuse Division as per Req.
        EMERGENCY MEDICAL                           o'clock noon, for the items listed below on the
                                                                                                      #165 on file in this office.
            TECHNICIAN                              dates specified.
            Prom./O.C. 8716                                                                             LIGHT DUTY UTILITY TRAILER
                                                            Notice to All Suppliers
$26,572 to $39,858 (Annual Salary Range)                                                              for furnishing the Refuse Division as per Req.
                                                          NOTE: It is the policy of the City of St.
                                                                                                      #170 on file in this office.
       PROBATIONARY FIRE                            Louis that all firms desiring to do business
                                                    with the City of St. Louis must comply with                CARBON MONOXIDE
     EQUIPMENT DISPATCHER
                                                    employment practices that are in accordance       for furnishing the Animal Regulation Center
     (Promotional Examination                       with the ordinances of the City of St. Louis      as per Req. #424 on file in this office.
      Open to Permanent City                        and the Mayor’s Executive Order promulgated
         Employees Only)                            there-under to the end that all Contractors              FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID
                Prom. 8717                          and suppliers of materials and services will      for furnishing the Lead Poisoning Control as
        $1,210.81 (Bi-Weekly Salary)                offer equal opportunity for employment and        per Req. #631 on file in this office.
                                                    job advancement to blacks and other minority
                                                                                                                 O.E.M PARTS
      Vacation, Holidays, Sick Leave, Social        groups in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
                                                                                                              FOR VACUUM TRUCK
Security, and Employee Retirement System                                                              for furnishing the Water Division as per Req.
Benefit privileges are provided in addition to             FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2001                      #4312 on file in this office.
salary.
                                                         SURPLUS X-RAY MACHINE
      Application forms and further                                                                        THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2001
information concerning duties of positions,                 & MAGNET-0-METER
desirable and necessary qualifications, relative           (RE-ADVERTISEMENT)                                   PLOTTER SYSTEM
weights of examination components, and              for sale per condemnation #S01-20 on file in      for furnishing the Building Division as per
duration of eligible lists may be secured in the    this office.                                      Req. #20 on file in this office.
office of the Department of Personnel, Room         SURPLUS WIDE BODY TRAILERS                           WATERPROOF OVERSHOES
100 City Hall. Applications can be submitted
                                                        (RE-ADVERTISEMENT)                            for furnishing the Building Division as per
on the Internet. Visit our web site
                                                    for sale per condemnation #S01-22 on file in      Req. #21 on file in this office.
(www.stlouiscity.com) and select Civil Service
                                                    this office.
Job Opportunities.                                                                                                     CHAIRS
                 William C. Duffe,                    SURPLUS FLIGHT SIMULATOR                        for furnishing the Building Division as per
                 Director                           for sale per condemnation #S01-39 on file in      Req. #22 on file in this office.
                                                    this office.
June 25, 2001                                                                                               IBM WHEELWRITER 3500
                                                    SWIVEL STOOLS & TASK CHAIRS                                  TYPEWRITER
                                                    for furnishing the City Courts as per Req.        for furnishing the Building Division as per
                                                    #20 on file in this office.                       Req. #23 on file in this office.
                                                               JUDICIAL ROBES                                 WORKSTATION MATS
                                                    for furnishing the City Courts as per Req.        for furnishing the Human Services Department
                                                    #21 on file in this office.                       as per Req. #49 on file in this office.
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       MULTICOMPARTMENT                          consumer waste materials. If your company
      ROLL-OFF CONTAINERS                        can supply recycled products, please provide
for furnishing the Refuse Division as per Req.   information to this office.
#172 on file in this office.                           The right to reject any and all bids is
              CARGO VAN                          reserved.
for furnishing the Lead Poisoning Control as                     Freddie L. Dunlap
per Req. #633 on file in this office.                            Supply Commissioner
             FILE CABINET                                        (314) 622-4580
                                                                 www.stlouiscity.com
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
Req. #759 on file in this office.
   LUNCHROOM TABLE/CHAIRS
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
                                                    PUBLIC               NOTICE
Req. #787 on file in this office.                          THE BOARD OF
                                                          STANDARDIZATION
SECURITY SYSTEM: EQUIPMENT/                            The Board of Standardization conducts
    INSTALL/MONITORINGS                          meetings on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per      each month for the purpose of approving
Req. #809 on file in this office.                proposed supply contracts. The meetings
                                                 are at 2:00 p.m. in Room 324, City Hall.
        REPLACEMENT PCB
      (FOR MGE UPS SYSTEM)
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
Req. #814 on file in this office.

           PAINT SUPPLIES
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
Req. #824 on file in this office.
            OFFICE CHAIRS
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
Req. #825 on file in this office.

          HYDRAULIC FLOW
           METER TESTER
for furnishing Airport Authority as per Req.
#850 on file in this office.
   BATTERY ANALYZER SYSTEM
for furnishing the Airport Authority as per
Req. #2037 on file in this office.


      TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2001
   CONTRACT FOR BATTERIES,
    (AUTO/TRACTOR/TRUCK)
for a period of two (2) years from date of
award.


     Printed forms and any further
information required will be furnished on
application at this office.
     Bidders are invited to be present at
the opening of bids. Bid results may be
available 30 days following the date of bid
opening. If you desire bid results, please
include a self-address, stamped envelope
with your bid.
     The City of St. Louis desires to
purchase recycled products whenever
possible, especially items containing post
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