Economic Recovery Plan by Selowson

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									                “Ready to Go” Action Plan
            For Sustainable Economic Recovery




                       The Economic Engine
                               of the
                         State of Missouri
                              and the
                         St. Louis Region


                 “The Change We Need”
To Strengthen Our County, Our Region, Our State, Our Nation




                             Charlie A. Dooley
                       St. Louis County Executive
                              March 6, 2009
                      Revision 1.2 with Supplement 1

            (This publication supersedes the versions published on
                  December 19, 2008 and February 3, 2009,
                and adds Supplement 1 dated March 18, 2009)

          For an electronic version of this document, please visit:
          www.stlouisco.com/recovery/EconomicRecoveryPlan.pdf
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                              VERSION 1.2

                              March 6, 2009


Please note that St. Louis County staff made numerous changes to the
December 19, 2008 and February 3, 2009 versions of St. Louis County’s
“Ready to Go” Action Plan for Sustainable Economic Recovery. These
changes are included in this document (which is now designated “Revision
1.2). Example changes include:

      Adding 64 projects to the projects list
      Editing the introduction and some project sheets




                    SUPPLEMENT 1 TO VERSION 1.2

                             March 18, 2009


Please note that St. Louis County staff has made recent updates to Version
1.2 of St. Louis County’s “Ready to Go” Action Plan for Sustainable
Economic Recovery. These changes are noted as "SUPPLEMENT 1 TO
VERSION 1.2" (Page 369) and include:

      Adding 3 additional projects from the City of Black Jack.
      $5,600,000 additional cost.
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                       Economic Recovery Proposal
                             St. Louis County, Missouri


Executive Summary

St. Louis County, Missouri is the most populous and economically diverse
“community” in the St. Louis metropolitan region, if not the entire state. A total of
1,016,300 people live inside its 524 square miles. Most of this land is almost entirely
developed and characterized by a tree ring-like pattern of distressed, inner-core
communities, aging suburbs and newer, ex-urban development. The County houses the
largest resident labor force in the region, as well as hosting the largest share of the
region’s housing stock. With over 600,000 jobs, St. Louis County is the economic and
employment engine of the region and State of Missouri. Nearly half of the region’s
employment positions are based in St. Louis County.

However, it’s an engine that is now anything but race ready.

In recent decades St. Louis County has, from the standpoint of both “people and
things”, undergone a subtle but dramatic and downward shift. Its population,
infrastructure and neighborhoods are aging. Its land is developed, with growth
focused on reinvestment and redevelopment. Poverty rates have risen. And the
current housing and economic crisis have resulted in startling spikes in home
foreclosures, “vacancy” rates, and job losses.

St. Louis County is unsteadily poised at a critical crossroad – perhaps the most critical
of its distinguished history. Without significant investment in its fading infrastructure –
particularly in view of the current economic and related housing challenges confronting
both the region and the nation as a whole – the County approaches a future that is
uncertain at best and dire at worst.

Yet St. Louis County still has considerable capacity to turn the indicators around, by
making key investments necessary to attract the right kinds of employers, create the
right kinds of jobs, and make available housing and communities that entice people to
live and play where they work. This is precisely the right time to make those key
investments and secure the greatest benefit out of scarce resources, before our capacity
erodes any further.




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St. Louis County requests $2.7 billion in funding for 212 projects that will help revitalize
its core infrastructure, promote economic prosperity, ensure the health, safety and
education of families, and create an estimated 75,397 real and identifiable jobs at all
levels. The proposed projects are part of a broad strategic approach that will bring
legitimate and immediate change and set the stage for future growth.

St. Louis County has the capacity, experience and expertise to effectively and
professionally implement these economic stimulus projects. Its professional staff – in
Parks, Highways, Public Works, the Economic Council and every other department –
has displayed the fiscal discipline (as demonstrated by the County’s AAA bond rating)
and management capability needed to ensure that the proposed projects will be
implemented on time and in a methodology that is fully transparent and accountable.
Together with its strong historic partnerships with the many municipalities located
within its borders, St. Louis County is well positioned to achieve the vision and goals
that President Obama has established for the nation.


                 OVERVIEW OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

Introduction

St. Louis County, Missouri typifies the evolutionary pattern experienced by post-World
War II communities throughout America. Residents, neighborhoods and infrastructure
have grown old or vanished altogether, while urban problems of varying severity
become increasingly evident across the suburban landscape. Both prosperous and poor,
urban and suburban, St. Louis County is challenged by rising poverty rates,
disinvestment in its inner-ring suburbs, migration of jobs, disparity between jobs and
workers, and the devastating effects of foreclosures. As the largest county in the State
of Missouri, the effects of both its successes and failures reverberate, like the tremors of
an earthquake, regionally and statewide. With its potent, statewide share of property
values, jobs, workers and income, St. Louis County must re-energize its economic base –
and in turn, infuse fresh and lasting vitality not only to the region but the entire State of
Missouri.

Hub of the St. Louis Region

Missouri’s Most Populous County

Centrally located in the nation and strategically positioned at the confluence of the
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, St. Louis County is the most populous and
economically diverse jurisdiction in the St. Louis metropolitan region. In the 16-county
metropolitan area, St. Louis County represents nearly 40 percent of the bi-state region’s



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2.7 million people. With a population of 1,016,300, St. Louis County is Missouri’s most
populous county and is the 34th largest county in the United States. St. Louis County
also has the largest bloc of registered voters in Missouri, with 716,060.

St. Louis County is a prime example of a now-urban county that benefited from the
explosive growth of the post-World War II era, as people first trickled and, later, poured
from the central cities to settle in outlying, more-rural areas. The metropolitan area’s
central city, St. Louis, is a separate jurisdiction located outside of St. Louis County on its
eastern boundary. St. Louis County grew significantly from 1950 to 1970 but has since
slowed to a rate of 2 percent per decade since 1970.

Home to the Region’s Labor Force

St. Louis County houses the largest resident labor force in the region. It has the largest
share of the region’s housing stock, with approximately 432,486 dwelling units, 77
percent of which are single-family homes. Most of the County’s housing was built
during the postwar era of suburbanization. The largest component of housing stock
was built in the 1960s. Housing development began to slow in the 1990s, partly as a
result of a diminishing supply of land. Three-quarters of St. Louis County’s housing
stock was built prior to 1980.

Midwestern Transportation Hub

Historically, the St. Louis region’s central location has played a vital role in the nation’s
transportation system, with excellent highway, rail, air, and river access to all parts of
the continental United States and beyond. With the area’s largest share of population
and jobs, St. Louis County’s transportation network is critical to the regional economy.
St. Louis County includes more than 5,200 miles of roads, three airports, and a
significant share of the 46-mile MetroLink light rail line. St. Louis County is the second
largest steward of public infrastructure in Missouri.

Economic Engine of Missouri

The Place to Work

With over 600,000 jobs, St. Louis County is the economic and employment hub of the
region and State of Missouri. On a regional level, St. Louis County accounts for nearly
half of the area’s jobs. At the state level, St. Louis County has almost one-fourth of
Missouri’s jobs. To ensure that St. Louis County maintains a diverse economy, business
retention and expansion are focused on six (6) growth sectors: Financial Services;
Information Technology; Bio-Technology / Plant and Life Sciences; Advanced
Manufacturing; National / Regional Office Headquarters; and Healthcare /
Pharmaceuticals.



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The economic impact of St. Louis County within the State of Missouri cannot be
underestimated as depicted in the table below.

                      Economic Impact of St. Louis County in Missouri
                                              County        Missouri
St. Louis County   Year        Amount                                       Source     Significance
                                              Share          Total
                                                                                        Income by
Personal Income    2006          49,662,201     26%         $189,575,792     BEA          place of
                                                                                         residence
                                                                                        Real and
Assessed Value
                   2007      24,786,779,740     26%      $94,983,679,813     SLC        personal
of Property
                                                                                        property

State Sales/Use                                                                        Location of
                   2007      16,441,143,612     21%      $77,481,572,154     DOR
Tax Revenue                                                                            retail sales

State Sales Tax                                                                        Location of
                   2007      15,465,677,181     23%      $68,084,070,293     DOR
Revenue                                                                                retail sales

                                                                                         Jobs by
Payroll Jobs       2007             609,394     22%            2,719,380     BLS
                                                                                        workplace

                                                                                       Wage/salary
Wage Income by
                   2007          28,806,385     27%          104,976,701     BLS       income by
Workplace
                                                                                       workplace
       Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, St. Louis County Department of Revenue, Missouri
                Department of Revenue, Bureau of Labor Statistics.


The Changing Face of St. Louis County

St. Louis County has changed dramatically in recent decades. Its population,
infrastructure and neighborhoods are aging. Its land is developed and growth is
focused on reinvestment and redevelopment. Its residents are increasingly diverse.
Poverty rates have risen. And the current housing and economic crises have resulted in
dramatic increases in foreclosures, vacancy rates, and job losses.

Increasingly Diverse

Since the 1980s, St. Louis County’s population has become increasingly diverse. St.
Louis County is home to the largest number of African-Americans in the region. The
African-American population numbers 193,300 and represents 19 percent of the
county’s total population, which is greater than the national average of 12 percent.
Asians and Hispanics are small minority groups, but among the fastest growing in St.
Louis County. St. Louis County is also home to a significant share of the region’s



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estimated 35,000-45,000 Bosnians, the largest population of Bosnians living in the U.S.

Aging and Changing Households

St. Louis County’s residents are, demographically speaking, getting older, and the
aging of the baby boom generation is changing the age structure of the county. The
greatest increases since 1990 are persons in their eighties, followed by persons in their
fifties and forties. An aging population signals future changes in service delivery and
transportation needs.

The composition of households has also changed in St. Louis County, with fewer
married couples and an increase of single parents raising children under 18. While
single parent households comprise 9 percent of all households countywide, the share of
such households increased by 23 percent since 1990. In some areas of St. Louis County,
the share of single-parent families is as high as 50 percent.

Increasing Poverty

While poverty percentages declined nationally and in the St. Louis metropolitan region
in the 1990s, St. Louis County’s poverty rate increased. The poverty rate rose from 5.6
percent in 1990 to 8.6 percent in 2007. St. Louis County’s poverty rate is higher for
children: 12.3 percent for children under age 18. In 2007, St. Louis County had the
greatest number of persons living below the poverty level, 83,699, than any other
jurisdiction in the region.

Impact of Foreclosures

Foreclosure activity in St. Louis County increased dramatically from 2006 through 2008.
The figure below shows foreclosures in St. Louis County from 1998 through 2008 (2008
data is estimated based on January-June data). Although the national rate of
foreclosure activity is down 12 percent from August 2008, the St. Louis Metro area’s rate
has risen another 2.64 percent and more than 57 percent from the same period one year
ago.

Foreclosures have devastating effects throughout St. Louis County. Homeowners have
lost their single largest asset and credit capacity. Tenants also have lost their homes due
to the over-leveraging of investment properties. Communities in St. Louis County are
now confronted with large numbers of vacant, abandoned properties. Nearly 5,000
foreclosures are anticipated in 2008, leaving the market saturated with vacant properties
furthering the decline of property values. Vacant and abandoned properties are
creating burdens on St. Louis County and municipalities to inspect, board up, and
provide other maintenance. Property crime has increased as properties have become
the prey of vandals, scavengers and squatters.



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                        Number of Foreclosures, 1998-2008
                             St. Louis County, Missouri




Job Losses

St. Louis County lost 5,700 jobs between March 2007 and March 2008, about one percent
of total jobs. Significant job loss in St. Louis County started in March 2008, and it is
assumed that this trend continued throughout 2008. Additionally, this total does not
include the loss of the final 1,500 jobs at the Fenton Chrysler South plant or other losses
that are anticipated from local suppliers affected by the plant closing.

Aging Infrastructure

St. Louis County government has existing infrastructure valued at an estimated $1.5
billion, including roads, bridges, sidewalks, buildings, and parks. To simply maintain
these assets requires an annual expenditure of $51 million – a figure that does not
include the options of altering, expanding or extending the system. Currently, County
government’s resources only allow an average, annual capital appropriation of $13.9
million for maintenance.




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A Strategic Investment

St. Louis County is at a critical juncture. Indicators point to a decline in population,
jobs, and quality housing stock. The need for significant investment in aging
infrastructure and the current economic and housing crises have conspired to pose a
very grave threat to St. Louis County’s future. Yet St. Louis County still has
considerable capacity to reverse a very troubling trend. Key investments can bring new
employers and new jobs to the region – and re-establish neighborhoods that appeal to
residents who want to work and live in the same, geographic area. This is the time to
make those investments, now, before our weakened foundation erodes further. It’s time
to make the best possible use of limited resources, and overhaul the economic engine
that is St. Louis County and get it roaring and back on track.

The challenges facing St. Louis County - job and population loss, aging infrastructure,
and obsolescence of portions of the housing stock and commercial centers – continue to
increase in severity, and the full effects of disinvestment seen in other metropolitan
areas have not yet been fully felt. The county is still the employment and population
never center of the metropolitan area and a vital transportation hub in the Midwest, and
as such, still retains most of what makes it the economic engine of the region and
indeed the State of Missouri. In other words, St. Louis County is currently at a tipping
point, a moment where decisions made now on how to invest limited resources will set
the direction of the County for decades to come.

Local leaders have not been caught unaware to this pressing dilemma. For the past
decade, St. Louis County policy makers have been following trends and developing
strategic policies to address the most pressing issues. Through St. Louis County’s
Strategic Plan, county officials have taken an active and targeted approach to tackling
such issues as economic prosperity and jobs, aging infrastructure, housing, poverty,
livability and the environment, and security. With limited resources, however, this
strategic approach has been unable to fully overcome every challenge. But it has helped
stem the tide.




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St. Louis County is the bellwether for the metropolitan region and the State of Missouri.
With a quarter or more of state income, assessed property values, sales tax and payroll
jobs (and an even greater share at the regional level), it is not too much to say that as St.
Louis County goes, so goes Missouri. Investment in St. Louis County now, while it still
has the capacity to use those resources to the fullest benefit, not only supports the local
and regional economies, but those across the state. Having identified the most pressing
issues, and with a strategic plan in place, St. Louis County is well positioned to engage
the public and private entities in energizing the economy and enhancing its social
fabric.




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                             Economic Recovery Project List
                              for St. Louis County, Missouri
                                                                          Estimated
Page                                                     Estimated                     Potential Federal
                       Project Title*                                     Direct Job
 No.                                                       Cost                        Funding Source
                                                                           Creation


                                            Economic Prosperity
       Accelerating Entrepreneurship Initiative for
 17                                                          $6,600,000        1,000   DOC, DOL
       Displaced Workers
 19    Airport Subdistrict Stormwater Pump Station           $8,000,000        1,100   FEMA, EPA
 21    Aquatic Center Parking Lot                              $500,000           24   DOI
       Argonne Street and Culvert Improvements -
 23                                                          $1,075,000           4    FHWA, FEMA
       Oakland
 24    Barrett Station Road                                  $7,500,000         350    FHWA
 25    Baxter Road Floodwall and Closure Structure           $5,000,000         130    FEMA, EPA
       Bio-Research & Development Growth Park
 26                                                      $50,000,000            820    DOC, DOE
       Building II
 28    Black Jack Street & Sidewalk Rehabilitation        $6,250,000              25   FHWA
 30    Blue Valley Road Improvements                      $4,800,000           3,040   FHWA, HUD
 31    Central & Maryland Public Parking Garage          $17,500,000             463   FTA
 33                                      p
       Chesterfield Road Connection Improvements         $12,500,000              45   FHWA, HUD
       Chesterfield Valley Stormwater Pump Station -
 35                                                          $7,200,000         530    FEMA, EPA
       West End
 36    City of Black Jack Storm Water Improvements        $8,750,000             38    FEMA, EPA
 38    City of Kirkwood Infrastructure (Streets)         $50,000,000             22    FHWA
 39    City of Kirkwood Water Main Infrastructure        $16,000,000              4    DHHS, FEMA
 40    Coeur de Ville - Conway Resurfacing                $1,000,000             20    FHWA
 41    Coldwater Creek Levee System                       $5,000,000             50    FEMA
 42    Completing the Baxter Road Connection              $7,500,000             22    FHWA
 43    Creek Bank Stabilization Projects                  $1,750,000             26    EPA, FEMA
 45    Crestwood Court Redevelopment                      $4,000,000            353    FHWA
 46    Crestwood - Fournier Drive Box Culvert               $350,000              1    FEMA, FHWA
 48    Crestwood - Street Mill and Overlay                $1,100,000              4    FHWA
       Des Peres Maintenance Garage Renovation &
 50                                                          $2,000,000          14    FHWA, DHS, HUD
       Expansion
       Dielman Industrial Park Roadway / Sewer                                         FHWA, DOC, EPA,
 52                                                          $1,600,000         271
       Reconstruction                                                                  FEMA
       Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
 54                                                          $7,000,000         115    DOC, DOE
       Greenhouse
 56    Eads Bridge Rehabilitation                        $25,000,000            350    FHWA, DOC
 57    East Olive Road Capacity Improvements             $10,000,000            700    FHWA, DOC
       Enterprise Center Small Business Incubator
 58                                                          $6,225,000         145    DOC
       Expansions
 60    Eureka Overpass                                   $14,000,000             155   FHWA
 61    Fee Fee Road Reconstruction                        $1,300,000             505   FHWA
 63    Forestwood Avenue Reconstruction                   $2,900,000              25   FHWA
 65    Forsyth Avenue Intermodal Parking Facility        $43,500,000           3,045   FHWA,DOC, FTA
 67    Frost - Byassee Connection                         $1,600,000              10   FHWA




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                             Economic Recovery Project List
                              for St. Louis County, Missouri
                                                                         Estimated
Page                                                       Estimated                  Potential Federal
                        Project Title*                                   Direct Job
 No.                                                         Cost                     Funding Source
                                                                          Creation

 69    Glendale Street Reconstruction and Revitalization    $5,000,000          22    FHWA
       Graeser-Olive Intersection Realignment and
 71                                                         $2,500,000          58    FHWA
       Signalization
 72    Gravity Outlet & Pump Station-Howard Bend           $13,000,000         850    FEMA, EPA
       Gravois Road / Meramec River Bridge
 73                                                         $6,950,000         150    FHWA
       Replacement
 75    Greentrails South Street Replacement                 $1,375,000           10   FHWA, HUD
 76    Hog Hollow Road Reconstruction                       $3,000,000           25   FHWA, HUD
 77    Interstate 270 Intermodal Parking Facility          $24,000,000          865   FHWA, DOC,FTA
 79    Lemay Redevelopment - I-55 at Weber Road            $30,000,000        2,085   FHWA, DOC
 80    Lindbergh / I-270 Interchange Replacement           $40,000,000          115   FHWA
 82    Long Road Floodwall and Closure Structure            $6,000,000          130   FEMA, EPA
       Maryland / Gay Avenue Intermodal Parking
 83                                                        $46,000,000        3,045   FHWA,DOC,FTA
       Facility
 85    Maryland Heights - Local Street Reconstruction       $2,900,000         110    FHWA
 87    Metro Purchase Replacement Rolling Stock             $5,000,000
                                                            $                  150    FTA
 88    Metro Regional Data Infrastructure Upgrade           $5,000,000         150    FTA
       Metro Rehab / Preventive Maintenance of Light
 89                                                        $45,000,000         500    FTA
       Rail Alignment
 91    Metro Transit Operating Support                     $50,000,000        1,510   FEMA, DOC, FTA
       Mid-County Industrial Park - Infrastructure
 92                                                        $10,000,000          75    FHWA, DOC, HUD
       Improvements
       Midwest - China Trade & Commercialization
 94                                                        $24,000,000        1,030   DOC
       Center
 96    Murdoch Bridge Replacement                           $2,675,000          50    FHWA
       North County Retention Project - Site
 98                                                         $2,950,000         685    FHWA
       Infrastructure
100    North County Small Business Incubator               $12,688,000         290    DOC
102    North Outer 40 Road Improvements                     $4,000,000         380    FHWA
104    Northwest County Small Business Incubator            $8,200,000         180    DOC
106    Oakland Stormwater Improvements                      $1,425,000           6    FEMA
107    Old Bonhomme Road Reconstruction                     $1,165,000         215    FHWA
109    Old State Road "B"                                  $18,500,000          45    FHWA
110    Olive Boulevard, Phase 2                             $6,200,000         150    FHWA
112    Peerless Park Sanitary Sewer Improvements            $1,500,000          13    FEMA, EPA
113    Property Acquisition & Improvements                    $750,000          12    FEMA, EPA
114    Railroad Bridge Replacement                         $35,000,000          36    FHWA
116    Regional Collaboration Center                       $12,000,000          70    DOC
       Regional K-12 Energy Management Service and
118                                                         $1,600,000         220    DOE
       Matching Fund
120    Road Construction - Maplewood                        $4,000,000          20    FHWA
122    Road Enhancement Projects                            $8,000,000         110    FHWA




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                             Economic Recovery Project List
                              for St. Louis County, Missouri
                                                                         Estimated
Page                                                     Estimated                    Potential Federal
                       Project Title*                                    Direct Job
 No.                                                       Cost                       Funding Source
                                                                          Creation

124    Road Reconstruction - Hazelwood                     $4,600,000            20   FHWA
126    Route 141 Missing Link - Finish 141               $200,000,000         9,060   FHWA
128    Sanitary Sewer Improvements - Hazelwood             $1,650,000            45   FEMA, EPA
129    Sappington Road Enhancements - Oakland                $510,000             2   FHWA
130    Scudder Road Access Improvements                   $42,500,000        12,120   FHWA
132    Sidewalk Improvements - Hazelwood                   $3,400,000            20   FHWA
134    Small Business Growth Bond Program                  $5,000,000           100   DOC
       South County Connector at Hanley and
135                                                       $80,000,000         2,170   FHWA
       Manchester
137    South County Mall - Infrastructure Improvements    $40,000,000          140    FHWA, DOC
139    St. Louis Regional Exchange                        $25,000,000          365    DOC
141    Street Improvement Plan - Rock Hill                 $6,000,000           36    FHWA
       Suburban Avenue & Brotherton Lane Lighting -
143                                                          $500,000           10    FHWA
       Ferguson

145    Teson Road Watermain Extension                        $500,000           32    EPA, DHHS

146    Town & Country Curb and Gutter Improvements          $3,600,000          14    FHWA, EPA
       Town & Country - Highways 270 / 141 / 40
147                                                       $12,000,000           48    FHWA
       Right-of-way Enhancements
148    Town & Country Public Works Storage Facility         $1,500,000          10    DHS, HUD
       Town & Country Residential Storm Water
149                                                         $2,400,000          10    FEMA, EPA
       Improvements
150    Webster Groves Concrete Street Rehabilitation        $7,755,000         410    FHWA,HUD
       Wellston Industrial Park Preparation and
152                                                         $1,500,000         260    FHWA, DOC
       Infrastructure


                                                  Housing
154    Affordable Housing                                 $17,400,000          105    HUD,HHS
       County Middle Class Home Improvement
156                                                         $6,250,000         160    HUD, HHS, DOE
       Program
157    Energy Efficient Affordable Housing                 $8,500,000          150    HUD, HHS, DOE
158    Lemay Housing                                         $800,000          160    HUD,HHS,DOL
159    Pagedale Senior Housing                             $7,000,000           90    HUD,HHS
160    Safe Haven for the Chronically Homeless             $2,500,000           75    DHHS
162    Springwood Affordable Housing Redevelopment        $15,500,000           79    DOE, DHHS, HUD
163    WCSA Homes - Subsidized Housing                    $24,000,000          175    HUD,HHS
165    Wellston Housing Phase 2 Gymnasium                  $4,500,000           56    DHHS, DOE, HUD




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                              Economic Recovery Project List
                               for St. Louis County, Missouri
                                                                           Estimated
Page                                                       Estimated                    Potential Federal
                        Project Title*                                     Direct Job
 No.                                                         Cost                       Funding Source
                                                                            Creation


                                   Helping Families Move Out of Poverty

167    Blessing Basket Office Warehouse                      $3,000,000           40    HHS,DOC, USTDA

169    Lemay Child and Family Center                         $2,900,000           95    HHS, HUD
       Metropolitan Education and Training Center -                                     DOC,HHS,DOL,
171                                                          $7,000,000           60
       Buildout & Renovation                                                            DOEd
       Protecting Vital Services for Troubled Juvenile
173                                                          $6,700,000           50    DOJ, HHS, DOEd
       Offenders
175    Wellston Developmental Child Care Center              $6,000,000          130    HHS, DOC, HUD


                                    Strengthen Livability of Communities
       ADA Sidewalk Transition; Plan Preparation and
177                                                         $50,000,000          157    FHWA
       Implementation
178    Allen Road Improvements                               $2,500,000           40    FHWA,FEMA, HUD
179    Bee Tree Park Historic Renovation                     $1,500,000
                                                             $                   180    DOI, USFW, DOEd
181    Beyond Housing Pagedale Grocery Store                 $5,000,000           85    HHS,DOC, HUD
                                                                                        DHHS, DOE, DOI,
182    Bridgeton Government Center Relocation Project       $14,500,000           66
                                                                                        DOEd
184    Bridgeton Operation & Maintenance Facility            $3,500,000           75    DOE, DOI
       Chesterfield Stormwater / Environmental                                          FHWA,FEMA,
185                                                          $4,700,000           40
       Improvements                                                                     HUD,EPA
187    City Hall and Library - Rock Hill                    $10,000,000           56    DOEd, DOE
       Core Arterial Road Rehabilitation with Green
189                                                          $4,239,000           12    FHWA
       Construction Materials
191    County Fuel System Replacement                        $2,500,000           10    DOE, EPA
193    County Green Cars                                     $2,500,000           10    DOE, EPA
195    Crestwood - Building Maintenance Improvements         $1,000,000            7    DOE, DHS
197    Equipment Replacement - Hazelwood                     $2,000,000           56    EPA, DOE
       Hazelwood Municipal Building Expansion /                                         DHHS, DOE, DOI,
199                                                          $8,000,000          370
       Renovation                                                                       DOEd
201    Installation of Lighted Street Name Signs                $150,000           4    FHWA
       Interstate 255 & Telegraph Road Landscape
203                                                             $750,000          25    FHWA
       Improvements
204    Natural Bridge Road Streetscape Improvement           $2,000,000          125    FHWA
206    New Public Works Facility - Valley Park               $3,800,000           28    DOE, DOI
                                                                                        DHHS, DOE, DOI,
208    Normandy City Hall                                    $3,000,000          120
                                                                                        DOEd
       North County Government Services Center and                                      DOI, DOE, DOL,
210                                                         $33,800,000          465
       Disaster Relief Shelter / Recreation Complex                                     DOEd, DHHS, FEMA
       Protecting Vital Services in the St. Louis County
212                                                         $30,000,000          140    DOE, EPA
       Administration Building via Green Upgrades




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Page                                                        Estimated                    Potential Federal
                        Project Title*                                      Direct Job
 No.                                                          Cost                       Funding Source
                                                                             Creation

       Protecting Vital Services to Secure County
214                                                          $14,100,000           95    DHS
       Records
216    Public Safety - Demolition of Unsafe Structures       $15,000,000           75    FEMA,HHS
217    South County Government Services Center               $16,300,000          110    FEMA, DHHS
       Springdale Metro Station and Pedestrian
219                                                          $13,000,000          155    FHWA,FTA
       Improvements
                                                                                         FHWA,DOI, USFW,
221    St. Louis County Parks Enhancement Package            $18,300,000          450
                                                                                         USDA, DOEd
223    St. Louis County Sidewalk Connections                 $19,500,000           60    FHWA
       Town & Country Highway 270 / 64 / 141 Traffic
224                                                           $1,500,000            6    FHWA, EPA
       Noise Abatement
                                                                                         DHHS, DOE, DOI,
225    Town & Country Municipal Center Expansion              $5,000,000           33
                                                                                         DOEd
226    University City Municipal Operations Facility          $9,200,000          100    DHS,HUD
228    Utz-Tesson House Restoration Project                    $575,000            51    DHHS, HUD


                                              Healthy Communities
230    Assistance for Uninsured Individuals                   $1,500,000            7    DHHS
232    Bridgeton Emergency Shelter Retrofit                   $1,500,000           30    FEMA
233    Canary Island Riverside Greenway                      $19,000,000          235    FHWA,DOI
                                                                                         DHHS, DOE, DOI,
235    Civic Center East Renovations                             $500,000          20
                                                                                         DOEd
237    Chesterfield Parks / Trail Improvements                $8,400,000           85    FHWA,DOI
239    Communicable Disease Control Services                  $2,100,000           15    DHHS
       Community Center and Park Improvements -                                          DOI, DOE, DOL,
240                                                           $2,500,000           20
       Valley Park                                                                       DOEd, DHHS
                                                                                         DHHS, DOE, DOI,
241    Community Center Renovations - Hazelwood               $3,000,000          160
                                                                                         DOEd
243    Crestwood - Rayburn Park Improvements                     $200,000           1    DOI, FEMA, USFW
                                                                                         HUD, DOI, USDA,
245    Creve Coeur Park - Facilities Development              $4,000,000          290
                                                                                         USFW
247    Dade Park Improvements - Ferguson                       $156,000            10    DOI, FEMA, USFW
249    Electronic Dental Records System                        $200,000             0    DHHS
251    Eureka Alternative Transportation Improvements         $1,900,000           12    FHWA, DHHS
                                                                                         DOI, DOE, DOL,
252    Ferguson Community Center                              $8,715,000           60
                                                                                         DOEd, DHHS
254    Ferguson Community Improvements                        $1,413,000           50    FHWA,HUD
257    Ferguson - Wayside Dog Park                               $58,000           10    DOI, EPA
                                                                                         FHWA,EPA,
259    Florissant Stormwater Improvements                    $32,000,000           95
                                                                                         FEMA,,HUD
                                                                                         DOI, DOE, DOL,
260    Kennedy Recreation Complex Replacement                $22,000,000          340
                                                                                         DOEd, DHHS




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Page                                                         Estimated                    Potential Federal
                        Project Title*                                       Direct Job
 No.                                                           Cost                       Funding Source
                                                                              Creation

       Ladue Early Childhood Center & Administrative
263                                                          $16,000,000           270    DOEd, DOI, DHHS
       Center
265    Lemay Community Center and Enhancements                $7,600,000           130    DOI,HUD
       Lowering Health Care Costs with a New Health
267                                                          $25,000,000           160    DHHS
       Center
269    Maline Creek Greenway (St. Vincent's Trail)            $9,788,425           150    FHWA
271    Maline Creek Park - Ferguson                           $1,302,000            20    DOI, FEMA, USFW
                                                                                          DOI, DOE, DOL,
273    Maryland Heights Community Centre                     $20,000,000           150
                                                                                          DOEd, DHHS
       Northwest Plaza Demolition / Environmental                                         DHHS, FEMA, DOC,
275                                                          $15,500,000           500
       Abatement                                                                          EPA
277    Park Improvements - Hazelwood                          $2,000,000            25    DOI, FEMA, USFW
279    Protecting Vital Services for Animal Control           $3,000,000            30    DOL, DHHS
                                                                                          DOI, DOE, DOL,
281    Queeny Recreation Complex Replacement                 $40,000,000           420
                                                                                          DOEd, DHHS
       Riverwalk Environmental Entrepreneurship Art &
283                                                          $65,000,000          7,260   FHWA
       Cultural District

285    St. Louis County Community Health Assessment               $500,000           0    DHHS

       St. Vincent Community Center and Park                                              DOI, DOE, DOL,
287                                                           $3,500,000           115
       Renovation                                                                         DOEd, DHHS
289    Secured E-mail Server for Department of Health              $28,000           0    DHHS
       Velda City Community Recreation & Education                                        DOI, DOE, DOL,
291                                                           $6,000,000            45
       Center                                                                             DOEd, DHHS


                                                      Education
       Affton School District Building Acquisition and
292                                                           $5,700,000           120    DOEd, DHHS
       Renovation
293    Bayless School District Facility Projects              $6,200,000            50    DOEd
295    Brentwood Early Childhood Center                       $6,000,000            70    DOEd, DHHS
296    Brentwood Middle / High School Renovation              $4,000,000            50    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
297    Clayton Elementary School Improvements                $12,000,000           100    DOEd
298    Clayton High School Infrastructure Improvements        $6,000,000           100    DOEd
299    COMPASS - PHASE 1                                     $42,500,000           371    DOEd, DHHS
       Early Childhood Center (ECC) - Renovation and
301                                                           $7,500,000            91    DOEd, DHHS
       Addition
303    Hancock Elementary Multi Purpose Room                  $2,000,000            76    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
305    Hancock Elementary Site Plan                           $1,500,000            30    DOEd
307    Hancock High School Dome Renovations                   $1,000,000            77    DOEd, DOE
309    Hancock Place Elementary Classroom Addition            $2,000,000            77    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
       Hancock Place Pre-School & Administration
311                                                           $2,000,000            79    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
       Building




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Page                                                       Estimated                   Potential Federal
                         Project Title*                                   Direct Job
 No.                                                         Cost                      Funding Source
                                                                           Creation

313    Jefferson Barracks Museum: The Citizen Soldier       $24,000,000         215    DOI
       Kirkwood Schools Infrastructure Replacement
315                                                         $17,500,000         255    DOEd
       Program
317    Kirkwood School Master Facilities Plan              $104,500,000         675    DOEd
319    Lindbergh School District New Classroom Project      $31,000,000         306    DOEd, DHHS
321    Mark Twain Elementary School Renovation               $1,100,000          50    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
322    McGrath Elementary School Renovation                  $1,100,000          50    DOEd, DOE, DHHS
323    Middle School Replacement - University City          $43,750,000         200    DOEd, DHHS
325    MRH ECC Cafeteria and Teaching Kitchen                $2,300,000          89    DOEd
       Museum of Transportation Education / Visitors
327                                                          $6,500,000          95    DOI
       Center
       Physical Education / Athletic Complex Project -
329                                                         $12,500,000         185    DOEd, DHHS
       Kirkwood
       Valley Park Schools Energy / Infrastructure
331                                                          $2,300,000          50    DOEd, DOE
       Modernization
       Webster Groves High School Addition /
333                                                         $80,000,000         630    FHWA, DOE, DOEd
       Modernization


                                           Crime & Law Enforcement
335    Charlack Police and Correction Facility               $2,000,000          21    DOJ
337    City of Clayton Public Safety Facility               $16,500,000         175    DHS
339    County Police Crime Laboratory Improvements           $8,500,000          60    DOJ
       Fire Department Quint (100 Foot Ladder Truck)
341                                                          $1,400,000          47    DHS
       Fire Apparatus
343    Frontenac Public Safety Building                      $3,500,000         105    FEMA, DHHS
       Glendale Fire Station, Police and City Hall
345                                                          $5,000,000          41    DOJ, DHS, DOI
       Renovations
                                                                                       DOJ, DHHS, DOE,
347    New City Hall / Police Station - Valley Park          $4,000,000          30
                                                                                       DOI, DOEd
348    Protecting Vital Services in Family Courts           $92,300,000         620    DOJ,DOL
350    Public Safety / Reducing Crime Recidivism             $6,600,000          70    DOJ
351    Town & Country Fire House / Ambulance Station         $7,000,000          57    DOJ, DHHS, DHS




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Page                                                             Estimated                      Potential Federal
                         Project Title*                                          Direct Job
 No.                                                               Cost                         Funding Source
                                                                                  Creation


                                         Strengthen Homeland Security
352    Brentwood Fire Department                                   $4,200,000            80    FEMA, DHS

354    City of Kirkwood Electric Distribution Infrastructure     $20,000,000             10    DOE

       Emergency Generators (City Hall, Community
356    Center, Civic Center East and City Maintenance                $600,000             8    DHS
       Facility)
357    Intelligent Transportation System - Countywide            $16,500,000             64    FHWA
359    Kinloch Fire Protection District Station                   $4,200,000             60    FEMA, DHS
360    Maplewood New City Firehouse                               $4,500,000             30    DHS
362    New Fire House #1 - Ferguson                               $4,360,000            100    DOJ, DHS
       Protecting Vital Services for County Emergency
364                                                                $1,000,000            10    DHS, FEMA
       Response Center
365    Regional Emergency Communications System                 $100,000,000          2,510    DHS, FEMA
                                                                                                  ,      ,    ,
                                                                                               DHS, FEMA, DOEd,
367    St. L i County E
       St Louis C              Shelters
                   t Emergency Sh lt                              $20,000,000
                                                                  $20 000 000           145
                                                                                               HUD

                                             TOTALS:            $2,697,727,425       75,320
       * Alphabetical listing - not by order of need or preference

                                                  DHHS -       Dept. of Health and Human
                                                    DOC -      Dept. of Commerce
                                                   DOEd -      Dept. of Education
                                                    DOE -      Dept. of Energy
                                                     DOI -     Department of the Interior
                                                    DOL -      Dept. of Labor
                                                    DOJ -      Dept. of Justice
                                                    DHS -      Dept. of Homeland Security
                                                  FEMA -       Federal Emergency Management Agency
                                                  FHWA -       Federal Highway Administration
                                                    FTA -      Federal Transit Administration
                                                    HUD -      Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
                                                  USFW -       US Fish and Wildlife
                                                  USTDA -      US Trade and Development Agency




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Accelerating Entrepreneurship Initiative for Displaced Workers                       $6,600,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                1, 2, 3                   Countywide                       All 7


  The "Change We Need"

  Innovation drives a growing share of global growth. But innovative ideas by themselves do nothing. Entrepreneurship
  (both business and not-for-profit) delivers their value.

  Regions have untapped entrepreneurial potential. A recent survey showed that 27% of people plan to start a business in
  the next five years. Traditional displaced worker efforts help prepare people to move to an existing organization. Too few
  offer the option of starting a venture that can grow, creating jobs and wealth. With 10,000 layoffs in St. Louis during 2008,
  and more likely in 2009, St. Louis has an opportunity to create a national model for job creation in the 21st century.

  Start-ups are risky, but support for entrepreneurs changes the odds. Nearly 90 % of business incubator graduates are in
  business after three years, compared to barely half of those without help. St. Louis’ networks of social and business
  enterprise help, but cannot meet all the demand.

  The Accelerating Entrepreneurship Initiative can liberate the entrepreneurial potential that’s latent among laid-off workers
  and help them become a lever of wealth creation.



  Project Description:
  This initiative provides entrepreneurship options for displaced workers by augmenting and networking existing programs.
  An innovative approach combines entrepreneurial training, mentoring and networking to significantly improve the chances
  for success. A pre-seed fund makes competitive entrepreneurship grants as needed. The initiative has government,
  university, community college and non-profit partners.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Over two-years, 1,000 displaced workers will start a business, have training and services available that increase their
  odds of success, and create social and economic wealth that would not otherwise have been created. The
  entrepreneurial spirit of these 1,000 entrepreneurs and their successors will help transform St. Louis from a risk averse
  community to a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship . St. Louis will become a magnet that keeps talented people here
  and attracts talent from elsewhere.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total
                                     0                                        1,000*                                 1,000*


                                                                       * job creation through self-employment
  Environmental Impacts:
  The St. Louis region is developing a green energy/environmental cluster as a platform for future growth. Two broad
  consortia focused on green and renewable energy are based here. But powerful research networks also need parallel
  commercialization networks to bring energy innovations into use. The Initiative will include a pilot effort to explore how
  entrepreneurial talent among laid-off workers can be encouraged in this arena.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The Initiative will have special support available to increase entrepreneurship that accelerates already-identified regional
  clusters such as: plant and life sciences, information technology, green and renewable energy, and
  transportation/logistics. Early experience gained in boosting life sciences and information technology entrepreneurship
  will be adapted to other sectors. Strengthening economic diversity by nurturing a variety of enterprises may help
  moderate future regional economic swings.


  Project Status:
              Design:
         Site control:
       Environmental:

  Project Schedule:
   Start Construction:
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction:

  Implementation Description:
  The Initiative will work as an innovative collaborative network of resources to ensure community-wide engagement. The
  partnership between the St. Louis Economic Council, the economic development arm of St. Louis County, and Innovate
  St. Louis will coordinate this regional effort. The Economic Council has already had experience in helping 27,000 laid-off
  McDonnell Douglas workers transition to entrepreneurship and other jobs. It is involved in collaborative entrepreneurship
  programs with St. Louis City. Innovate St. Louis has growing programs that currently have 120 experienced volunteers
  helping 170 entrepreneurs. It is partnering with a program that helps displaced IT workers find jobs and start ventures. It
  is l
  i also a ffounding partner i a network of 12 community colleges and universities with b i
                 di       t   in     t    k f             it   ll       d i      iti                          And is
                                                                                       ith business programs. A d it i
  growing a program that links entrepreneurs with 60 business assistance programs, with another 30 programs being
  added. These resources and more will partner in the Initiative.




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     Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
     Airport Subdistrict Stormwater Pump Station                                         $8,000,000


     Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                            Missouri                   2                   Maryland Heights                     3


     The "Change We Need"
     The current stormwater management in this area is deficient and the proposed improvements will increase efficacy and
     efficiency of stormwater drainage. The proposed improvements will directly benefit the adjacent properties and
     drastically increase the potential for needed manufacturing, warehousing, office, and retail development in this area.


     Project Description:
     The stormwater pump station and related improvements to the interior drainage system will localize rainfall runoff into
     managed stormwater channels. These channels will improve the water quality before the stormwater pump station
     discharges the water to the Missouri River. These improvements will change the flood maps from localized shallowing
     flooding to a consolidated system thereby decreasing the flood potential.


     Desired Outcomes:
     The affected properties will be removed from the regulatory floodplain and make them prime for development. The
     resulting potential for manufacturing, warehousing/distribution, office, and retail development is significant which will
     create significant sources of future tax revenue and create a significant number of jobs, resulting in a thriving economic
              g                                                       g                    j   ,        g            g
     area.


     Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                      500                                         600                               1100


     Environmental Impacts:
     The permanent jobs will provide opportunities for residents of Maryland Heights and surrounding communities to work
     locally. Their commute could be shortened if their job is in their neighborhood versus another City. Similarly, in the case
     of office and retail, consumers could be driving fewer miles to do their business or shopping. Additionally, water and
     environmental quality will be improved. There are no negative environmental impacts expected to occur as a result of
     the proposed improvements.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     With the construction of new manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, office and retail facilities, the tax base could be
     significantly increased. This increase in tax revenue could provide necessary funds for other projects or lower the tax on
     residents. It is anticipated that the proposed improvements will result in over 5,000,000 square feet of new
     manufacturing development and creation of a large number of jobs. Additionally, the anticipated development that will
     result from the proposed improvements will improve the local transportation network which could spur additional
     transportation improvements (like the connection of Maryland Heights Expressway to Hwy 141). Such changes could
     ultimately make this area a hub for future development because of its access to Hwy 40, 70, Page, 141. Hwy 141 gives
     the area a much needed north/south arterial roadway.




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     Project Status:
                 Design: projected completion date - July 2009
                 R-O-W: projected completion date - June 2009
          Environmental: projected completion date February 2009


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
       Start Construction: September 2009
          Interim Phasing:
      Finish Construction: June 2010


     Schedule Description:
     Right-of-way acquisition is anticipated to be complete by June 2009 with the completion of design by July 2009 and
     environmental by February 2009. The project will be bid and awarded shortly thereafter with construction to begin no
     later than Sept 2009 and completed by June 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Aquatic Center Parking Lot                                                            $500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                      Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  Repair and expand the parking lot for the city's waterpark.


  Project Description:
  Construct a parking lot to accommodate the additional visitors using the City's new aquatic center. Parking lot to be
  constructed of permeable concrete or pavers that will allow the runoff from the parking lot to be stored in a open graded
  stone base and slowly discharged to the receiving stream.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved parking providing access for handicapped individuals.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     24                                         0                                  24


  Environmental Impacts:
  New parking lot will reduce water run off, by use of pervious paving techniques.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Creates jobs for constriction of the parking lot and people employed at the pool complex. These employees largely
  consist of teenagers from of families of low to moderate income.


  Project Status:
              Design: Within three months of funding.
              R-O-W: N/A - city owns property
       Environmental: N/A - less than an acre.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Within six months of funding.
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: Within seven months of funding.




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  Schedule Description:
  May use design build concepts to shorten overall time frame.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Argonne Street and Culvert Improvements - Oakland                                   $1,075,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City      County Council District

                         Missouri                  3                       Oakland                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  Argonne Avenue is a well traveled stretch of City road in a residential area near Gravois Creek. The road is in need of
  major repairs, lacks safe sidewalks on both sides of the road, is in need of storm sewer improvements and would benefit
  from decorative street lighting, better signage and improved green space. The road is an important link to Holmes Avenue
  (recently improved per STP 5401(604)) and Sappington Road.


  Project Description:
  This project reconstructs 1,400 feet of roadway with concrete curb and gutter on both sides, sidewalks on both sides,
  sewer improvements along street, decorative street lights to continue those installed on Holmes, new entrance island with
  landscape and signage, and repairs box culvert where road crosses Gravois Creek.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The street and sidewalks will be safer, with increased green space due to the entrance island. There will be better
  signage for cars as well as bicyclists and pedestrians. Storm water control along Gravois Creek in the area will be
                                               pedestrians
  improved, thus improving water quality in the Gravois Creek watershed area. The area will become more pedestrian and
  bicyclist friendly with better access to the region's schools, parks, and businesses.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                        Total

                                    4                                          0                                 4


  Environmental Impacts:
  The project will encourage travel on foot and by bike therefore reducing gas consumption, green house gasses and
  improving air quality. Impact will be large due to the proximity of the Henry Hough School building and playground, the
  Kirkwood Early Childhood Facility, and Westborough Country Club which will draw increased pedestrian/bicyclist traffic.
  The improved sidewalks and green space will make Saint Louis County greener.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Access to area businesses, schools and attractions will be improved in the area thereby positively impacting economic
  activity in the region.


  Project Status:
              Design: n/a
              R-O-W: n/a
       Environmental: n/a

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: estimated 1/1/2010
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: estimated 12/31/2010




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Barrett Station Road                                                                  $7,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                          Des Peres and
                         Missouri                    2                                                         3
                                                                          Unincorporated


  The "Change We Need"
  This project will add capacity and improve the safety of this West St. Louis County arterial road. It will provide an improved
  gateway to the Museum of Transport which is a repository for transportation artifacts that reflect St. Louis' history as a
  national transportation hub. This road is significant to N-S movement in the County and is especially important to the local
  Fire Protection District and Police Department.


  Project Description:
  To improve the capacity, efficiency, and safety of our road network, we will widen approximately 7,000 feet of 2 lane road
  to 3 lanes. We will also construct ADA-compliant sidewalk along the entire project length, on both sides of the road.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved safety, capacity and geometrics of a critical N-S roadway; the severity of several horizontal and vertical curves
  will be "softened" and brought up to nationally-accepted standards; average daily traffic is anticipated to increase by
  approximately 50% over the next 20 years.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    350                                           0                                 350


  Environmental Impacts:
  Motorists traveling this stretch of Barrett Station Road must negotiate this unsafe section of roadway containing sharp
  horizontal curves, and intersections with poor sight distance. Constructing this project will reduce delay along the corridor,
  thus reducing travel time, fuel consumption, and the amount of harmful emissions released into the environment, resulting
  in an improvement to air quality.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Currently a significant number of properties are not being utilized at their highest and best use. With the improvement of
  this roadway, we anticipate that the construction of this project will spur residential development in the area.


  Project Status:
               Design: Design Complete
               R-O-W: Right-of-Way Acquired
        Environmental: Categorical Exclusion completed and approved


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: 4/1/2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: 12/31/2010


  Schedule Description:
  Project is "on the shelf" and could be put out for bid immediately upon funding approval.




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   Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
   Baxter Road Floodwall and Closure Structure                                            $5,000,000


   Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                      Chesterfield                        7


   The "Change We Need"
   Construction of the Baxter Road floodwalls and closure structure, which is critical to maintain adequate flood protection in
   Chesterfield Valley, would not otherwise be feasible given limited alternate funding sources. This project will provide
   increased protection against potential flood threats to property, businesses and lives in the Chesterfield Valley and create
   jobs for those in the construction industry.


   Project Description:
   Project involves of construction of two flood walls adjacent to Baxter Road and construction of a new closure structure to
   improve the overall level of flood protection in the area.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The proposed improvements will improve flood protection throughout this vibrant and growing economic center and
   enhance the environmental quality of the Chesterfield Valley.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                            Total

                                      30                                          100                                 130


   Environmental Impacts:
   There are no adverse environmental impacts that will result from this project. This project will increase the level of flood
   protection throughout Chesterfield Valley and mitigate risk of environmental damage that would result from flooding.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   This project will provide increased levels of flood protection and safety in Chesterfield Valley which will ultimately spur
   continued economic development in this region. This project will enhance the attractiveness of the area and provide more
   secure opportunities for new manufacturing, office, warehouse, and retail businesses to establish themselves thereby
   encouraging additional job creation. Additionally, all work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and
   materials in the St. Louis County market.


   Project Status:
                Design: Complete
                R-O-W: Underway and 90% complete
         Environmental: Complete


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: March 1, 2009
        Interim Phasing: None
    Finish Construction: December 1, 2010


   Schedule Description:
   This project is ready to proceed. A portion of the first phase has been awarded and the balance can be awarded upon
   receipt of funding.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Bio-Research & Development Growth Park Building II                                  $50,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                         Missouri                 1&2                      Creve Coeur                     2&3


  The "Change We Need"
  A growing world population demanding more products, food, fuels and materials has to be accommodated with
  environmental responsibility and sustainable growth. The question, how do we move from a fossil based economy to a
  bio-based economy? The answer: plants as factories for the production of fuels, fiber, industrial materials,
  pharmaceuticals, food and feed. How do we get from plant to product? BRDG Park fosters the transition from plant to
  product by supporting plant and life sciences companies at the critical post-incubation stage. By providing resources that
  help address these companies growing scientific and business needs, BRDG Park promotes sustainable product
  innovation that benefits human health and the environment and grows our economy and employment opportunities.

  The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is the largest private nonprofit plant research facility in the world and the St.
  Louis region’s robust scientific capital. Its new Bio-Research & Development Growth Park (BRDG) is the place where
  ideas become tangible commercial technologies. BRDG’s Building I is 70% leased. Its tenants include the NIDUS Center
  for Scientific Enterprise, Monsanto and Divergence. Funding is requested for Building II which will offer 120,000 sq. ft. of
  space with 20,000 sq. ft. of greenhouse space.


  Project Description:
  Funding is requested for Building II/Greenhouse in the Bio-Research & Development Growth (BRDG) Park, which will
  provide 120,000 sq. ft. of space to help promising entrepreneurs achieve commercial success. Prospective tenants
  include plant and life science and other clean tech companies focused on industrial oils, biofuels and bioplastics.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Construction of BRDG Park Building II will promote plant and life sciences businesses and employment opportunities by
  offering world-class wet labs and office space, access to greenhouse space, a prominent incubator and
  commercialization center that will offer assistance to start-ups, an on-site workforce development biotech training
  program led by Saint Louis Community College, a university based teaching facility in partnership with a Webster
  University, a private University with campuses in St. Louis and around the world.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total
                                   600                                         220                                 820


  Environmental Impacts:
  The focus of BRDG Park is on fostering the growth of plant and life sciences businesses that produce sustainable
  products that benefit human health and the environment. In keeping with this sustainable business focus, like the first
  phase, BRDG Park Building II and the greenhouse will be LEED silver-certified, reducing the environmental impact from
  construction to operation.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The growth of new plant and life sciences businesses has great potential to expand the tax base and employment
  opportunities in St. Louis County. BRDG Park's strategic partnerships with area colleges and training programs, such as
  the Metropolitan Education and Training Center, located in Wellston, Missouri, a low income, inner ring suburban
  community in near North County, offer individuals a range of training levels in the life sciences field and connect them with
  companies with employment opportunities. Conversely, the training programs offer businesses the research support that
  they would not otherwise have.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: Environmental reviews completed - no issues

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: July 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Design, permitting and cost estimates are complete. Construction could begin in Summer 2009 with completion of
  Building II and the greenhouse by December 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




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             Caption 4                                     Caption 5                                    Caption 6




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   Black Jack Street & Sidewalk Rehabilitation                                           $6,250,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                    1                      Black Jack                         4


   The "Change We Need"
   In 1993 the Residents of the City of Black Jack approved a bond issue to replace bad pavement slabs and resurface all
   the streets in the City with asphalt. The estimated cost was $5,000,000. Since the inception of the project, costs for
   petroleum products escalated to the point where seven phases comprising approximately 60% of the streets could be
   completed with the available funds.


   Project Description:
   This request, if approved, will complete the project that we started but could not complete due to the escalating material
   costs associated with the economy. The project will provide for the removal and replacement of bad concrete slabs by
   milling them down, fixing them and applying an asphaltic overlay. The current pavement has been cracked and broken
   due to the settlement of the ground and the increased traffic.


   Desired Outcomes:
   Complete the replacement and resurfacing of the streets in the City of Black Jack will provide safe and smooth streets for
   the traveling public.


   Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    25                                           0                                   25


   Environmental Impacts:
   We do not anticipate any negative environmental impacts caused by this project.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   This project will utilize local companies with a labor force comprised of union workers, and will generate business for
   aggregate, concrete and asphalt suppliers.


   Project Status:
               Design: The plans have been prepared and ready to go out for bid.
               R-O-W: Not applicable
        Environmental: Not applicable - No segment over 1-acre


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: March 2009 weather permitting
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: August 2009




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   Schedule Description:
   The City has completed seven phases of the project and will use the same approach to complete the remaining phases.
   Based on the amount of work required for each phase, the contracts for each phase may go to different contractors. This
   approach will insure that the work is completed in the required timeframe.


   Supporting Graphics:




             Evelynaire                                Florence Hills                              Patricia Ridge




              Bielefeld                               Country Club Dr.                    Vanderwood (Completed Street)




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                                         Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Blue Valley Road Improvements                                                        $4,800,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                    2                    Chesterfield                         7


  The "Change We Need"
  Infrastructure and development go hand in hand. The Blue Valley Road Improvements will support the buildout of prime
  real estate in west St. Louis County that, upon full buildout, will generate 3000 jobs bringing economic prosperity to the
  region.


  Project Description:
  Relocation of the intersection of Olive Street Road and Chesterfield Airport Road and improvements to Olive Street Road
  to accommodate future development in the west end of the Chesterfield Valley.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Creation of new commercial facilities and permanent jobs in a highly desirable region due to the convenient access to a
  major interstate highway and nearby regional airport transportation facilities.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                            Total
                                    40                                        3000                                  3040
                                                                      *Hotel, office, retail development
  Environmental Impacts:
  Reliever road and widening improvements to this planned development of high end retail and office space will provide a
  much needed connection between Olive Road and Interstate 64, therefore alleviating congestion, emissions and gas
  consumption.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  These roadway improvements will allow the 85-acre Blue Valley planned development area to move forward, resulting in
  the creation of hundreds of wall paying hospitality, retail, high-tech and service jobs.


  Project Status:
              Design: in progress
              R-O-W: in progress
       Environmental: in progress

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: April 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: April 2010




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Central & Maryland Public Parking Garage                                                 $17,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District           Municipality / City        County Council District

                           Missouri                   3                          Clayton                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  This project represents a key component to a major development project in the county seat of St. Louis County. The
  catalyst to the project is the construction of a six story public parking facility with 17,000 square feet of street level mixed
  use space. The estimated costs is $17 million. This investment will leverage an additional $100 million investment in the
  form of hotel, retail, office and residential.


  Project Description:
  The project is the construction of a 377 stall parking structure. Three floors will be above grade and three below. In
  addition, the project includes 17,000 square feet of commercial space to serve as a buffer between the parking structure
  and pedestrian traffic. The project will leverage the construction of a 23 story mixed use project with and estimated cost of
  $100 million.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Creation of construction jobs as well as permanent jobs. In addition, the project will provide pedestrian friendly
  streetscapes, reduces sprawl and new commuter parking.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                    113                                            350                                 463


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will include storm water management which will mitigate waterway damage. The project will reduce the need
  for surface parking and allow for high density development.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will provide construction jobs and leverage permeate jobs. In addition, as part of the mixed use development
  an hotel is part of the project. This will provide for a net importing of dollars to the greater St. Louis region.


  Project Status:
               Design: Complete
               R-O-W: Complete
        Environmental: Underway


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 4/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: 6/1/2010
   Finish Construction:




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  Schedule Description:
  The project is designed and the site is under control.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Chesterfield Road Connection Improvements                                             $12,500,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                      Chesterfield                       7


  The "Change We Need"
  Based on the current economic and environmental condition we are faced with, it is imperative that we find ways to move
  people in an efficient and expedient manner. Our transportation infrastructure must be repaired and access management
  implemented to reduce congestion which thereby reduces emissions associated with idling motor vehicles. Significant
  deterioration of street pavement on these arterial roads requires the full removal and replacement of slabs in order ensure
  the safety of a large volume of traffic. New road geometrics and access will provide a more safe and efficient road grid.
  For example, there is currently one access into the Nooning Tree Subdivision, and that is at Nooning Tree Drive and Olive
  Boulevard. A secondary access is needed to improve safety and to relieve congestion.


  Project Description:
  Road improvements will include: 1) removal and replacement of approximately 7,825 square yards of deteriorated
  pavement on the arterial street of Schoettler Valley Drive and approximately 32,700 square yards of pavement on
  Appalachian Trail; 2) extension of Caliope Place (Nooning Tree subdivision) to Olive Boulevard; 3) removal and
  replacement of approximately 8,930 square yards of deteriorated street slabs on Country Ridge Drive; construction of
  approximately 1,600 feet of three-lane roadway with associated storm sewers and installation of 300 feet of 8' x 8' box
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  culvert and 75,000 cubic yards of earthwork on Lydia Hill in order to prepare for future roadway.


  Desired Outcomes:
  These arterial roads will be constructed with materials that will minimize maintenance for the next 20 to 25 years.
  Improvements will increase the safety of the traffic and comply with ADA requirements to make the roads accessible for
  the handicapped. A secondary access point into the Nooning Tree Subdivision (over 250 homes) will improve safety and
  to improve traffic flow and congestion at Nooning Tree drive and Olive Boulevard. This project will provide a parallel
  connector linking residential areas with recreational and retail developments. Construction of the connector will provide
  motorists with an alternate travel route thereby reducing congestion on existing roadways.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total
                                     45                                            0                                 45


  Environmental Impacts:
  By replacing and repairing the streets, there will be less congestion, which will enhance air quality and traffic safety.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market.


  Project Status:
               Design: Completed within 2 months of funding approval.
               R-O-W: Existing R.O.W. is sufficient, no additional R.O.W. needed.
        Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assumes funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Projects will commence between April 2009 and August 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Projects will be completed in 2009 except for Lydia Hill (February and May 2010)




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  Schedule Description:
  We will only accept a bid that requires completion within 12 weeks. The work is broken down into five phases, requiring
  two weeks per phase. Incentive is included in the contract if the contractor completes the project within a 10 week limit.
  A disincentive will be assessed if construction is not complete within 12 weeks. The projects will be managed by City staff
  to ensure that they remain on schedule and within budget.




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     Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
     Chesterfield Valley Stormwater Pump Station - West End                               $7,200,000


     Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                             Missouri                  2                       Chesterfield                      7


     The "Change We Need"
     Currently there are no permanent pump stations with sufficient capacity to support the stormwater needs of an 850-acre
     area in the western portion of Chesterfield Valley. At the present time, there is an interim stormwater pump station at the
     pre-construction stages; however, a permanent stormwater pump station is needed to adequately provide stormwater
     drainage for the proteciton of the ongoing development of this thriving community.


     Project Description:
     Project involves of construction of a 133,000 gallon per minute stormwater pump station that is part of the Chesterfield
     Valley Master Stormwater Plan and in conjunction wtih 500-year levee improvements. This pump station will discharge
     stormwater from an 850-acre area in Chesterfield Valley, over the Monarch-Chesterfield Levee, and into the river.


     Desired Outcomes:
     The proposed improvements will improve flood protection throughout this vibrant and growing economic center and will
     enhance the enviornmental quality of Chesterfield Valley.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                        30                                         500                               530


     Environmental Impacts:
     This pump station will be part of an innovative water quality best management practice in Chesterfield Valley that will
     promote low impact development while improving stormwtaer management and mitigate the detrimental impacts of
     uncontrolled stomwater runoff. There are no adverse environmental impacts that will result from this project.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     This project will improve stormwater drainage, which will spur future economic development by attracting new
     manufacturing, office, warehouse, high-tech, hospitality and retail development on adjacent sites in the vicinity of the
     pump station, including anticipated corresonding job creation. Additionally, all work will be contracted, helping the local
     economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market.


     Project Status:
                 Design: In Progress - completion anticipated by December 2009
                 R-O-W: Complete
          Environmental: Complete


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
       Start Construction: January 1, 2010
          Interim Phasing: None
      Finish Construction: January 1, 2011


     Schedule Description:
     Project design is being finalized and anticipated to be completed by the 4th quarter of 2009 with constrution to begin the
     first quarter of 2010. All right-of-way has been acquired and environmental completed.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  City of Black Jack Storm Water Improvements                                             $8,750,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                    1                       Black Jack                         4


  The "Change We Need"
  Increased urbanization and development during the last decade has caused an increase in the amount of storm water
  runoff in the City in adjacent creeks. The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) has the responsibility to develop plans to
  mitigate the control of storm water in their jurisdiction. The problem is that they lack the funds to adequately do the job.
  We need the funds to work with MSD to mitigate these storm water problems to provide a level of safety for the residents
  and to protect the environment.


  Project Description:
  The project will mitigate the effects of storm water runoff in the creek adjacent to Old Jamestown Road, Watson Creek and
  Coldwater Creek. The amount of runoff and the erosion that is currently happening is a hazard to the residents, the wildlife
  and environment. The project is to provide the necessary funding for MSD to correct the storm water problems associated
  with these creeks.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This project will slow down the flow of water and stabilize the creek beds to prevent further erosion and to bring the
  adjacent land back to it's natural state as possible.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                    38                                            0                                  38


  Environmental Impacts:
  By controlling the runoff there will be less sediment and materials in the water that eventually flows into the Missouri River
  along with a reduction in the erosion of the creek banks.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will impact economic job growth by providing jobs during the design and construction phase of the job. In
  addition the purchase of the products necessary to complete the project will provide an additional economic impact.


  Project Status:
               Design: August 2009
               R-O-W: NPDES
        Environmental: NPDES

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: October 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: January 2011




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  Schedule Description:
  MSD usually incorporates the design build process for projects.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Jamestown Road                               Jamestown Road     Coldwater Creek




          Coldwater Creek




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                                              Saint Louis County, Missouri

     Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
     City of Kirkwood Infrastructure (Streets)                                               $50,000,000


     Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                             Missouri                   2                         Kirkwood                         3


     The "Change We Need"
     The City of Kirkwood's streets are aging and we continue to fall behind on both maintenance and replacement due to
     shrinking revenues. The replacement and maintenance of our street infrastructure is of paramount importance to the
     City. This is a safety issue with implications to our economic stability. Being able to travel safely and efficiently benefits
     everyone in the community/region.


     Project Description:
     Replace/repair asphalt and concrete streets. Kirkwood will install 248 miles of street. Kirkwood will also install ADA
     compliant features (i.e. ramps, cross slopes), using yellow raised dome inserts.


     Desired Outcomes:
     Safe well maintained infrastructure in the City of Kirkwood which incorporates ADA compliant features.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                        20                                            2                                 22


     Environmental Impacts:
     Decreased gasoline usage by having well maintained roads to travel on. In addition this will contribute to a cleaner, safer
     environment.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     Increase in the construction industry, construction manufacturing. Increase in Kirkwood retail and ultimately an increase
     in Kirkwood's fiscal health.


     Project Status:
                 Design: Plans are typically ready by March.
                 R-O-W:
          Environmental:


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
       Start Construction: Summer 2009
          Interim Phasing: Fall 2011
      Finish Construction: Fall 2013


     Schedule Description:
     By contracting out the replacement of concrete and asphalt streets to include the engineering and construction
     management we believe we will be able to complete $50,000,000 worth of infrastructure replacement during this five year
     period.




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     Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
     City of Kirkwood Water Main Infrastructure                                             $16,000,000


     Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                             Missouri                   2                        Kirkwood                          3


     The "Change We Need"
     The City of Kirkwood's water main infrastructure is old and water main break frequency is steadily increasing at an
     alarming rate. Requested funding will certainly not fix our problem in its entirety, but would help considerably. Not only
     will the City of Kirkwood benefit if we are provided with this funding but this will provide additional jobs in our community.
     Water main replacement will result in more dependable water service with fewer interruptions, increased fire protection,
     and a reduction in both public and private property damage.


     Project Description:
     Replace aging water main infrastructure in the City of Kirkwood. 83 main replacement projects totalling 91,000 linear feet
     at a cost of $15 million.


     Desired Outcomes:
     A more reliable drinking water distribution system. Increased fire protection capabilities. Reduction in property damage.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                        2                                            2                                   4


     Environmental Impacts:
     Whenever there is a main break we lose water. This water uses natural resources in the production process and
     electricity to bring the water to Kirkwood residents. Property damage results from water main breaks. More reliable
     infrastructure means more efficient use of the resources needed to provide water to Kirkwood residents.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     This will benefit water pipe manufacturers, construction equipment manufacturers. Engineering firms that will design the
     replacements.


     Project Status:
                 Design:
                 R-O-W:
          Environmental:


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
       Start Construction: Summer 2009
          Interim Phasing: Summer2011
      Finish Construction: Fall 2013


     Schedule Description:
     By contracting out the engineering and construction management we believe we will be able to complete $15,000,000
     worth of infrastructure replacement during this five year period.




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     Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
     Coeur de Ville - Conway Resurfacing                                                   $1,000,000


     Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                             Missouri                   1                      Creve Coeur                         3


     The "Change We Need"
     Coeur de Ville - Conway Resurfacing will address maintainence of these two critical arterial streets, both of which carry
     large amounts of traffic and are important components in our City infrastructure.


     Project Description:

     Coeur de Ville - Conway will provide for the milling and overlay of two critical aertials, both of which absorb a significant
     amount of traffic; Resurfacing from Conway Road to Mason Road.

     Coeur de Ville serves as an outer road between Olive Blvd and Ladue Road, both of which are state roads. Portions of
     Coeur de Ville is a state road. The city is proposing resurfacing of only the city-controlled portion, as the state-controlled
     portion is servicable.

     Conway Road serves St. John's Mercy Medical Center, a major regional hospital with over 20,000 citizens entering and
     leaving St. John's each day. Missouri Baptist University and the Covenant Theological Seminary are located immediately
     off Conway Road, and their employees and students use Conway on a daily basis. Conway serves as an arterial and
     feeds to nearby I-64 and I-270.



     Desired Outcomes:
     Maintenance of city infrastructure.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                        20                                           0                                  20


     Environmental Impacts:
     none


     Other Economic Impacts:
     none


     Project Status:
                   Design: n/a
                   R-O-W: none required
            Environmental: n/a


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
       Start Construction: 7/1/2009
          Interim Phasing: n/a
      Finish Construction: 9/1/2009


     Schedule Description:
     This resurfacing project will be completed within 60 days of commencement, no later than September 30, 2009.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Coldwater Creek Levee System                                                           $5,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to eliminate localized flooding of homes and businesses bordering Coldwater Creek during heavy rain events.


  Project Description:
  Construct a levee along both banks of Coldwater Creek from I-270 to the Florissant City Limits to prevent flooding in a
  residential part of our community. In September of 2008 approximately 200 families were displaced do to the flooding of
  Coldwater Creek.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Homes and businesses located along Coldwater Creek will no longer be flooded during moderate to heavy rain storm
  events.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                     50                                           0                                   50


  Environmental Impacts:
  Construction of this project will eliminate localized flooding in the area. Localized flooding impacts the road network in the
  flooded area as well as the homes and business that are damaged. When these roads are closed people must take an
  alternate route which is usually longer and more congested than their normal route.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This would protect US 67 (Lindbergh Blvd) a major commercial corridor, thus encouraging businesses to expand.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Completing the Baxter Road Connection                                                 $7,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Chesterfield                      7


  The "Change We Need"
  Over the years, St. Louis County has improved sections of this heavily-traveled, West County arterial road between
  Holloway Road and Chesterfield Airport Road. Completing the 1.1 mile gap of this 5.2 mile stretch of Baxter Road will
  allow for improved safety of the motoring and pedestrian community.


  Project Description:
  To improve the capacity, efficiency and safety of our road network, we will rebuild a 1.1-mile stretch of Baxter Road to a
  three-lane, ADA-compliant roadway. Also included in this project is the construction of 2,000 feet of sidewalk where none
  presently exists, and replacement of an aging and deteriorated plate-arch culvert under Baxter Road. This project was
  ready for construction in 2006 but was put on hold due to funding shortfalls.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Congestion relief for arterial roads in West St. Louis County; increased traffic capacity; replacement of deteriorated
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  infrastructure; and improved safety for vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total

                                     22                                          0                                 22


  Environmental Impacts:
  Constructing this project will reduce delays, travel time, and fuel consumption, which has a direct positive affect on air
  quality. The inclusion of sidewalks will provide a recreational component for families, giving them safe areas in which to
  walk to neighborhood parks.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Reducing congestion on this arterial road will improve access to businesses located at either end of this roadway.


  Project Status:
              Design: March 2009
              R-O-W: March 2009
       Environmental: March 2009


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: November 2010


  Schedule Description:
  To meet the schedule, we will immediately finalize the construction plans and prepare the bid package.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Creek Bank Stabilization Projects                                                      $1,750,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to stop the erosion of the bank around Truman Lake and stabilize the banks of the creek that flows through
  White Birch Park.


  Project Description:
  We will Install a sea wall along the shore of Truman Lake to prevent the bank from continuing to erode; we will provide fish
  habit and a place for anglers to safely stand while fishing; we will stabilize the erosion of poor soil along the banks of the
  creek in White Birch Park.


  Desired Outcomes:
  People will be able to get close to the edge of the lake without fear of sliding into the lake and eliminate erosion.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                     26                                            0                                  26


  Environmental Impacts:
  More people will be encouraged to stay within the community to fish and enjoy the view rather than travel to a distant
  location to fish; preventing the erosion of the banks will reduce the amount of soil being washed into the stream during rain
  events and being carried to Aubuchon Creek and the Missouri River. Currently Aubuchon Creek is becoming silted in as a
  result of this erosion.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  As more people stay longer to use the lake the restaurant in the area will benefit by providing sandwiches or other items to
  the people in the park.; we will be reducing the amount of soil entering into the streams and rivers and thus reducing the
  amount of chemicals that have to be used to remove the particulates from the water to make it potable.


  Project Status:
               Design: within 6 months of funding
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 12 months of funding




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  Schedule Description: (Assuming funds will be available in March 2009)
  The project will be assigned to appropriate staff member.


  Supporting Graphics:




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    Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
    Crestwood Court Redevelopment                                                         $4,000,000


    Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                            Missouri                    3                     Crestwood                         5


    The Change We Need:
    The proposed plan will serve several economic development, environmental and neighborhood stabilization purposes.
    The adaptive reuse and reinvention of this space will remove a significant spot of blight in the heart of our community
    which has devalued surrounding properties, causing a downward economic spiral, migration of services from the
    community, and an increase in the retail vacancy rate. There has also been a corresponding loss of jobs and revenue to
    Crestwood and its residents. Redevelopment of this property will increase area property values, improve area businesses,
    increase jobs, and deter urban sprawl. The project will include installation of roadway improvements, enhancing access to
    the facility.


    Project Description:
    St. Louis County, in conjunction with the City of Crestwood, will focus on reconfiguring vehicular access to an antiquated
    shopping mall in order to stimulate redevelopment.


    Desired Outcomes:
    Support for renovation of a retail commercial center in an inner ring suburb that will attract a quality developer who can
    build and lease commercial space and stabilize the recent downward trend.
    Creation of 53 construction jobs and 300 permanent jobs once the mall is fully redeveloped
                                                                                    redeveloped.
    Higher property values.
    The provision of valuable community services.


    Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                       53                                         300                               353


    Environmental Impacts:
    Project will support overall renovation at the mall, which includes the environmental remediation of the mall property,
    ridding the site of contaminants. The project involves major demolition of structures built in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s
    when energy efficiency in buildings was not a consideration. These structures will be replaced with state of the art energy
    efficient buildings. By renovating the mall, goods and services will be in close proximity to where people live, reducing
    automobile dependency and emissions.


    Other Economic Impacts:
    The project will stabilize the area, making Crestwood a more attractive location for investment in office and residential
    development. It will also generate more revenue for the community. This will allow the community to provide more
    services, thereby creating more indirect jobs because of the increased economic benefit.


    Project Status:
                Design: Work plan in Design
           Site control:
         Environmental: Phase 1 and 2 Assessments to be completed

    Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
      Start Construction: August 2009
         Interim Phasing: N/A
     Finish Construction: December 2010

    Schedule Description:
    Installation of the roadway improvements will follow remediation and demolition activities.




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Crestwood - Fournier Drive Box Culvert                                                  $350,000.00


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City      County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                        Crestwood                       5


  The "Change We Need"
  The City's are in desperate need of improved infrastructure and roads, and the energy-efficient buildings (which in turn will
  save the taxpayer's money). These needs should be addressed first in order for our neighborhoods to be safe and we
  shouldn't put any of our citizens at risk while they are out and about. Due to today's economy, the majority of
  municipalities are hurting (many City's budgets depend on sales taxes) and in turn many capital improvements projects will
  have to be postponed until our economy gets better. Some of these projects cannot and should not be postponed, due to
  adverse effect they would have on our citizens and their safety.


  Project Description:
  This project involves replacement of an undersized box culvert. Existing double 48" RCP needs to be replaced with a new
  12' x 6' PPC box culvert with cast in place concrete wing walls and aprons and new rock blanket. The existing double 48"
  culvert pipes were determined to be inadequate to handle the flow of the tributary of Gravois Creek that is crossed by
  Fournier Drive. Frequent yard flooding and occasional structure flooding occurs.


  Desired Outcomes:
  When this project gets completed, the most significant outcome would be improved roadway safety for our citizens and
  elimination of yard flooding and erosion.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                         Total

                                     1                                                0                               1


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will in turn reduce erosion that occurs in this area. This is a big environmental impact.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  If this project is selected to be constructed, it would create construction jobs.


  Project Status:
               Design: Ready for construction.
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 2-3 months
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 3-4 months




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  Schedule Description:
  Immediately upon reward, the City would seek the bids for the reconstruction of the culvert. The bidder would be selected.
  The City would provide construction management and ensure timely completion.


  Supporting Graphics:




    Undersized 48 "RCP Culvert                  Undersized 48 "RCP Culvert                   Undersized 48" RCP Culvert




    Undersized 48" RCP Culvert




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Crestwood - Street Mill and Overlay                                                      $1,100,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City      County Council District

                          Missouri                  2&3                        Crestwood                    3&5


  The "Change We Need"
  The City's are in desperate need of improved infrastructure and roads, and the energy-efficient buildings (which in turn will
  save the taxpayer's money). These needs should be addressed first in order for our neighborhoods to be safe and we
  shouldn't put any of our citizens at risk while they are out and about. Due to today's economy, the majority of
  municipalities are hurting (many City's budgets depend on sales taxes) and in turn many capital improvements projects will
  have to be postponed until our economy gets better. Some of these projects cannot and should not be postponed, due to
  adverse effect they would have on our citizens and their safety.


  Project Description:
  This project involves mill and overlay of 28 streets, approximately 5.7 miles of roads. The City of Crestwood has 50 miles
  of the streets. Our Capital Improvements project have been deferred for a long time and the City has a great need to
  maintain the PCI index of our streets above 60. Streets submitted are all at or about 60 PCI index.


  Desired Outcomes:
  When this project gets completed, the most significant outcome would be improved roadway safety for our citizens.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                        Total

                                     4                                                0                              4


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will in turn reduce congestion and as well as reduce gas consumption. In turn it will improve Air Quality and
  reduce green-house gases. Majority of existing streets have some sort of surface treatment, and they are at the point of
  deterioration and if these street do not get addressed soon, existing surface treatment will start peeling-off and will be
  washing away in the storm water inlets.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  If this project is selected to be constructed, it would create construction jobs.


  Project Status:
               Design: Ready for construction.
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 2 months
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 2 - 3 months




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  Schedule Description:
  The City would prepare the bid package for this project; publicly bid it out and would have the bids opened in 3-4 weeks
  from the advertisement. The contract would need to be approved by the Board of Alderman (2 weeks from bid opening).
  The contractor receives the Notice to Proceed within 2 months of the advertisement for bids.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Street Conditions                            Street Conditions                            Street Conditions




         Street Conditions                            Street Conditions                            Street Conditions




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     Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
     Des Peres Maintenance Garage Renovation & Expansion                                   $2,000,000


     Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                             Missouri                   2                       Des Peres                         3


     The "Change We Need"
     A WPA type construction program is essential to assist local governments in meeting long deferred infrastructure
     improvements and to put the construction and supply industry back to work. For Des Peres, it means building much
     needed improvements sooner rather than later or perhaps never. Likewise, a direct JOBS PROGRAM similar to the
     Comprehensive Employment Training Act of the 70's or the COPS program would be beneficial so that we can hire
     additional police personnel during these hard economic times. This has the added benefit of preparing a new work force
     for the expected bubble of "boomer" retirements which will take place in the next decade.


     Project Description:
     This project involves a renovation of the 35 year old street garage to increase bay size to accommodate modern trucks,
     add a bay for new vehicles and energy retrofit the building. The expansion will also include construction of a new 3,500
     sq. ft. maintenance facility on the same site for park maintenance, consolidating all maintenance functions and
     eliminating duplication of facilities between the two departments.


     Desired Outcomes:
     City will have upgraded existing facilities for energy efficiency and constructed long term facilities to house and maintain
     important city functions in street and park maintenance.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                        13                                           1                                 14


     Environmental Impacts:
     Existing facilities are 35 years old. They are not energy efficient. Construction of a single maintenance facility will
     eliminate some environmental hazards created by above ground gasoline tanks and outside storage of equipment
     (loaded with salt in the winter).


     Other Economic Impacts:
     Aside from the initial job creation during construction, this project will also create space in Des Peres Park which has
     been programmed for a new band pavilion and amphitheater to be built by the city at a late date creating additional
     construction jobs in 2010-11.


     Project Status:
                 Design: Preliminary Design Completed (2007); In Process of hiring architect for final design
                 R-O-W: None Required - Property Owned by City
          Environmental:


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
       Start Construction: 10/1/2009
          Interim Phasing:
      Finish Construction: 10/1/2010




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     Schedule Description:
     The design build concept will be considered to fast track construction. Absent that process, we are seeking an architect
     with immediate availability and will be prepared to bid in late summer.


     Supporting Graphics:




                                                   Inadequate Storage Facilities
          Gas Pump Cover is                        Keeps Materials and Supplies                      Inadequate Liquids
       Deteriorated and Damaged.                       Outside and Exposed                            Storage Facilities.
                                                         to the Weather.




                                                                                                Building has settled, crushed
                   No storage capacity for the City's Bucket Truck.                             door jamb and cracked glass.
                                                                                                     Doors will not open.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Dielman Industrial Park Roadway / Sewer Reconstruction                                 $1,600,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District         Municipality / City          County Council Dist.

                           Missouri                 1                         Olivette                       2&5


  The "Change We Need"
  Roadways in the Diehlman Industrial Park provide access to a ninety (90) acre light industrial campus, representing
  approximately 2500 employees and 70% of Olivette's Commercial Real Estate Tax revenues. Roadways and sewers are
  currently in a state of disrepair. The City must improve the integrity and condition of the Dielman Industrial Park
  infrastructure.


  Project Description:

  Dielman Industrial Park is comprised of five (5) streets totaling one (1) mile of pavement. The roadways are currently in
  extremely substandard condition. This project will reconstruct 40 year old concrete and asphalt streets and sewers.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Roadways will become passable and meet needs of local businesses, thus allowing for the preservation and expansion
  of jobs, the retention and expansion of businesses and the preservation of revenues to City government and local
  businesses. Outcomes will result directly and indirectly from the construction of said improvements.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                    21                                          250                                  271


  Environmental Impacts:
  Roadways are currently substandard and require substantial and regular repair to be performed, vehicles take indirect
  routes to destinations to avoid said roadways and vehicles utilizing said roadways require mainenance at an accelerated
  rate. Proposed improvements will reduce all of the aforementioned, thus having a positive impact by reduced
  consumption of construction materials, gas associated with the performance of construction and vehicular traffic and
  destruction of vehicles.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  It is the City's goal to attract and retain desirable businesses providing desirable jobs to the workforce. The current
  condition of the roadway and sewer systems comprise a substandard infrastructure which is not commensurate the
  stated goal. Additionally, the creation and retention of the quality businesses and employees will serve to fulfill the need
  for customers that other local businesses experience.


  Project Status:
               Design: To be performed upon funding commitment
               R-O-W: At/near completion
        Environmental: At/near completion




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 3 months after funding commitment
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: 12 months after Start Construction


  Schedule Description:
  The City has retained the services of an experienced local engineering firm to (1) evaluate current condition, (2) submit
  recommendations to remedy, (3) develop estimate of probable costs to construct improvements, and (4) develop design
  documents for the construction of the improvements. Phases (1)-(3) have been performed and completed. Upon
  approval of project funding, the City would promptly initiate Phase (4). City staff possesses expertise to manage the
  bidding and construction phases of the project.


  Supporting Graphics:




             Failed Curb                               Ponding Water                            Failed Street and Curb




       Failed Street and Curb                      Failed Street and Curb                       Failed Street and Curb




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Greenhouse                                        $7,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                 1&2                       Creve Coeur                      2 &3


  The "Change We Need"

  St. Louis is home to one of the country’s leading regional innovation clusters - one centered on plant and life sciences.
  The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, and its rapidly growing Bioresearch and Development Growth Park (BRDG
  Park), sit at the center of this exciting development.

  We are seeking funds to assist with the building of a new greenhouse at the Center for the purpose of further stimulating
  economic development in the biotech and renewable fuels industries, including those that are being located around the
  Center. Greenhouses and plant growth facilities are a critical part of the Danforth Center’s core infrastructure. The need
  for increased food production has resulted in the desire and need to decrease the time frame for the getting biofortified
  and value-added crops from the lab to field. New companies are developing new and improved crops in many areas
  (nutrition, crop stability and pharmaceuticals). They shepherd the results of basic research through the incubation process
  to pilot process plants and full -scale commercial production facilities. Greenhouses serve as ‘laboratories’ for scientists as
  they develop ideas and test new varieties of plants that will have enhanced value in the marketplace.

  We are pleased that more of these companies are based in and around the Danforth Center. Many (if not all) of which
  anticipate locally available greenhouse space. Lab work to produce materials with useful traits is now broader in scope
  which puts additional p
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                         pressure on labs and core facilities, including greenhouses. New companies who locate in BRDG
  Park will generate a significant number of high quality jobs in a growing life science industry. The ability to provide quality
  greenhouse space in a research-rich, plant-science based environment is an extremely strong recruiting tool that is being
  used to attract viable companies to the St. Louis Bio-Belt.



  Project Description:
  Construction of a new greenhouse at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the largest private, nonprofit plant
  research facility in the world. Additional space is needed to support the growing requirements of Danforth Center
  scientists, biotech startup companies located here, and emerging businesses who will be moving to our campus.


  Desired Outcomes:

  Construction of the Danforth Greenhouse will promote the growth of companies who are being innovative in the areas of
  sustainable food and fuel and other products. These new companies generate a significant number of high quality jobs in
  a growing life sciences industry. The ability to provide quality greenhouse space in a research-rich, plant-science based
  environment is an extremely strong recruiting tool that is being used to attract viable companies to the St. Louis Bio-Belt.



  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total
                                     85                                           30                                  115


  Environmental Impacts:
  The Danforth Center is committed to achieving sustainably designed buildings, with LEED-silver ratings. The greenhouse
  will likewise incorporate green design principles, thus reducing the impact on the environment and reducing energy
  consumption. Moreover, the products ultimately developed through this research are intended to enhance and sustain
  human health and the environment.




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  Other Economic Impacts:

  The work of the Danforth Center and the companies that it spins off or which it attracts to the region is broad. We will
  provide U.S. farmers with a competitive edge over commodity crops and harness agriculture research to create new and
  increased value for the American farmer. We will create new biofuels and biorenewable products that contribute to an
  expanding ‘growing green’ initiative that will have local, regional and national impacts. A 2006 report completed by the
  Missouri Department of Economic Development indicated that over the next 10 years, the biofuels industry will, on
  average, create 6,649 new jobs each year. It is projected that $492 million in new personal income will be created and an
  average of $542 million in new economic activity will be generated each year by the biofuels industry in Missouri alone.



  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: All environmental reviews completed - no issues

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The project’s design, estimating and permitting are complete. Construction of the Greenhouse would begin in July 2009
  and have a 13 month schedule for completion.


  Supporting Graphics:




             Caption 1                                   Caption 2




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Eads Bridge Rehabilitation                                                            $25,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District        Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                   St. Louis County                    N/A


  The "Change We Need"
  The Eads Bridge is an historic landmark. This bridge provides light rail, pedestrian and car travel across the Mississippi
  River connecting the states of Missouri and Illinois. Maintaining the structural integrity of the Eads Bridge provides a safe
  passage for people traveling between states; keeping people connected with jobs in both Missouri and Illinois. The Eads
  Bridge also provides a route for various forms of interstate commerce.


  Project Description:
  The project will repair existing structurally deficient structural elements of the Eads bridge and remove hazardous material
  coating and apply a new paint system the entire Eads Bridge structure to prevent future corrosion and deterioration. The
  Eads Bridge is designated as a National Historic Landmark and links 34.4 miles of MetroLink service from Lambert –St.
  Louis International Airport in St. Louis County, Missouri to the Scott Air Force Base/ Shiloh station in St. Clair County,
  Illinois.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The effect of maintaining a strong public transit system at it's current level of service not only supports the local economy
  of the region, b t provides opportunities f new b i
   f th     i    but     id        t iti for         businesses t establish th
                                                                  to t bli h themselves around th t
                                                                                       l                     it               i
                                                                                                  d the transit nexus encouraging
  additional job creation.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                              Total

                                    350                                            0                                350


  Environmental Impacts:
  Hazardous materials will be removed from the bridge under approved federal, US Coast Guard, and other regulatory
  requirements.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The Eads Bridge provides a link between Missouri and Illinois. Many people travel the Eads Bridge daily to connect to
  local jobs and other recreational activities between St. Louis and the southern Illinois area. Maintaining the Eads Bridge is
  vital to the stability of the region and its continued economic growth.


  Project Status:
               Design: January 2009
          Site control: N/A
        Environmental: January 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: May 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Design and environmental efforts will begin in January 2009. Rehabilitation of the bridge can begin in early May 2009 and
  be complete by December 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  East Olive Road Capacity Improvements                                                 $10,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                     Creve Coeur                       2&3


  The "Change We Need"
  The East Olive Road Capacity Improvements are an important component of the region’s goal of strengthening its core
  transportation infrastructure. And, since good infrastructure supports business, these improvements will be designed to
  accomodate the needs of Monsanto Corporation and the Danforth Plant Science Center both of which are science and
  technology leaders. This heavily used roadway needs improvements to increase capacity and reduce congestion, thereby
  reducing energy consumption.

  Improvements to the roadway will also spur continued economic development of St. Louis’ biotech industry cluster which
  has a large focus in this area. The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and Monsanto Corporation are leading
  biotechnology research entities, employing 300 and 5,000 workers respectively. A major life sciences incubator is also
  located here.


  Project Description:
  Road capacity improvements to accommodate both existing needs and future expansion plans for the Monsanto
  Corporation and Danforth Plant Science Center. Projects include re-alignment of the Spoede/Olive intersection;
  expansion of the Warson/Olive intersection; and widening of eastbound Olive to provide for turn lanes at Monsanto’s East
  and West Campus entrances.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The East Olive road improvements will provide both short term and long term job growth opportunities. In addition to the
  construction jobs that will be created with the $10 million in road projects, the work will provide expansion opportunities for
  the biotech industry. The Danforth Plant Science Center and Monsanto project significant job growth expansion over the
  next few years.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total
                                    200                                          500                                 700


  Environmental Impacts:
  The road projects will reduce congestion, which in turn will reduce the emissions associated with idling motorized vehicles.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will be beneficial to a large number of existing and potential commercial ventures in Creve Coeur. It is
  estimated that Monsanto will create 500 jobs over the next two years, and possibly many more beyond that. The project
  will also facilitate the further expansion of the Danforth Center (additional 200 jobs) and adjacent Wexford biotech
  buildings 1, 2, and 3.

  Project Status:
               Design: Complete
          Site control: Complete
        Environmental: No Impact

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Enterprise Center Small Business Incubator Expansions                                  $6,225,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                          Missouri                 1&2                  Wellston/Chesterfield                1, 3 & 7


  The "Change We Need"
  The St. Louis County Economic Council operates the St. Louis Enterprise Centers, a highly successful small business
  incubator program. In 2007, the 49 Enterprise Center client companies employed 256 full-time workers, 108 part-time
  employees and 60 contractor workers, and earned nearly $45 million in revenues. Of 157 graduate companies surveyed,
  employment totaled 460 full-time workers – over seven times the number when they started in the program. Gross
  revenues for these companies were conservatively estimated at $114 million in 2007. The St. Louis Enterprise Center
  program fosters the success of new companies by offering a range of business start-up and support services to the firms
  that locate within them. Expansion of the two incubator facilities will enhance St. Louis County’s ability to grow new
  businesses and expand employment opportunities for our community.


  Project Description:
  Expansion of two small business incubators to accommodate and assist 30 additional new entrepreneurial businesses in
  St. Louis County. The West County incubator will grow by 25 percent to approximately 53,750 square feet and the
  Wellston incubator, located in a low income community, will be increased to 20,000 square feet.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Expansion of the Enterprise Centers will produce opportunities for up to 30 new businesses to grow in an environment that
  nurtures success. Business support, such as mentoring, specialty loan programs and business training seminars, foster
  business development that will produce new jobs and grow the tax base for St. Louis County and the communities in which
  they are located.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total
                                     75                                          70 *                                145
                                                                        * (number will grow over time as companies graduate)
  Environmental Impacts:
  Design of the incubator build-outs will incorporate sustainable principles to the extent possible for additions to existing
  facilities.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  In 2007, 60% of St. Louis Enterprise Center clients were minority-, women- or immigrant-owned. Recognizing the greater
  obstacles that historically disadvantaged businesses face, the program has reached out to these entrepreneurs to help
  promote their success. Moreover, two of the four facilities, including the Wellston incubator, have brought new small
  businesses to lower income communities, offering new employment opportunities to residents while expanding the tax
  base. Historically, graduate companies frequently have moved into commercial space in and around the communities in
  which the incubators are located, which extends the long term positive impact on those communities. The Enterprise
  Centers have helped a diverse range of businesses (including companies that have produced new innovations in the fields
  of medical devices, pharmaceuticals and IT) which have created quality products and services along with meaningful
  employment for over twenty years.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Existing Design Plans to be modified and expanded
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: All environmental work was completed during initial construction.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: September 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  6 months to complete design modifications to Wellston Enterprise Center plans and design of approximately 11,000 sf
  build-out of Chesterfield Enterprise Centers. Construction for both build-outs to be completed in 18 months.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Eureka Overpass                                                                       $14,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                         Eureka                           7


  The "Change We Need"
  This project will create jobs for those in the construction industry, immediately strengthening the local economy by
  providing local dining and shopping opportunities. The overpass will facilitate commercial and residential development
  that has been contemplated within the I-44 corridor which traverses through the City of Eureka, producing more
  permanent, diverse jobs in the City, as well as in unincorporated St. Louis County, Franklin County and Jefferson County.
  Given the City's limited budgetary resources, this project, which is critical for the City's long-term economic vitality, would
  not be feasible.


  Project Description:
  Overpass to extend an interchange located toward the western City limits to serve the southwestern quadrant of the City.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes of this project include providing adequate and safe access to the southwestern corridor of the City,
  e a c g the oca eco o y a d c eas g the u be of oca and eg o a                   opportunities.
  enhancing t e local economy and increasing t e number o local a d regional job oppo tu t es


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                     55                                          100                                 155


  Environmental Impacts:
  This overpass will create local shopping and service opportunities, thereby encouraging City residents and those residing
  in the region to travel shorter distances, thus using less fossil fuel and decreasing green-house gas emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The development of this corridor may stimulate other local opportunities and also bolster the sales and job markets of
  suppliers.


  Project Status:
               Design: Complete
               R-O-W: Acquired
        Environmental: Assessments Performed


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Within 3 months of funding
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: Within 12 months of commencement


  Schedule Description:
  Taking into consideration the readiness of the project, the project can be quickly commenced and performed without any
  extraordinary or innovative measures being required.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Fee Fee Road Reconstruction                                                           $1,300,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                      Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to widen Fee Fee Road from Lambert Pointe to McDonnell Blvd in order to improve the flow of traffic and goods
  into and out of the Lambert Pointe Industrial Park.


  Project Description:
  Reconstruct Fee Fee Road from McDonnell Blvd. to Lambert Pointe to create a turn lane for trucks entering and leaving
  the Lambert Pointe Industrial Complex.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Over the road trucks will be able to get into and out of the Lambert Pointe Industrial Park easier.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     5                                          500                                  505


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The Lambert Pointe Industrial Park has about 12 buildings that house businesses that do everything from warehousing to
  manufacturing. Improving access to this industrial park will encourage full occupancy of these buildings and spill over into
  other areas close to this industrial park. Buildout of these areas could result in an additional 500 to 600 jobs. The close
  proximity of this area to GKN who makes parts for Boeing could result in an expansion in this area.


  Project Status:
              Design: 95% complete
              R-O-W: small strip that maybe donated
       Environmental: MSD approval received


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 180 days of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 360 days of funding




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  Supporting Graphics:




                               Existing Fee Fee Road




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Forestwood Avenue Reconstruction                                                       $2,900,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional District        Municipality / City         County Council Dist.

                          Missouri                    1                       Ferguson                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  Forestwood Ave. connects two major arterial roads in St. Louis County and is the main entry into one of the area's largest
  parks and sports complexes. Several national sporting organizations use the park for tournament play. The street is
  currently in poor condition and needs major repair. The deterioration has begun to create issues that add to the
  perception that the neighborhood is in decline.


  Project Description:
  This complete reconstruction will include a new asphalt surface, decorative streetlights, storm water improvements and
  new concrete sidewalks.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Residents will have a safe, vehicle- and pedestrian-friendly street in their neighborhood to utilize. Adequate lighting and
  sidewalks will give a stronger sense of security and safety to the residents in this neighborhood.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                    20-25                                         0                                 20-25


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project is estimated to have little or no impact on the environment, either positive or negative.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Improving Forestwood Avenue will improve the overall attractiveness of the subdivision, making it more appealing to
  homebuyers. Stabilization of the neighborhood will bring new residents to the community and stabilize the tax base in
  order to allow the city the ability to continue to offer quality services to all residents.


  Project Status:
               Design: Completed
               R-O-W: Completed
        Environmental: TBA

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring/Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Fall 2009




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  Schedule Description:
  Explain the innovative approach we will take to assure the schedule is met.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Forsyth Avenue Intermodal Parking Facility                                            $43,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                       Clayton                         5


  The "Change We Need"

  What was once the corner of "Main and Main" in Clayton, the seat of St. Louis County, now sits an economically blighted
  area ripe for redevelopment. This garage is needed as a catalyst for growth that will result in new places for people to
  shop, work, and dine. This growth, in turn, will sustain existing Clayton businesses and and create thousands of jobs.


  Project Description:
  The project consists of the construction of a public parking garage with spaces for approximately 1,000 cars and
  approximately 20,000 sf of retail along Forsyth Avenue. Additional infrastructure work would include reworking the
  intersection of Forsyth and Hanley to accommodate increased traffic, reconstruction of the alleys surrounding the project,
  construction of new streetscapes along Forsyth, Hanley, and Carondelet, and reworking of utility infrastructure that serves
  the site and surrounding areas.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Economic development, reduced sprawl, safer transportation routes, pedestrian friendly streetscapes, utility improvements
  and new commuter parking that provide the basis for continued growth in the area.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total

                                     45                                        3000                               3045


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project is registered for LEED Certification and will have many positive environmental impacts. First, the project will
  include a stormwater management vault with sand filters that will improve the quality and slow the rate of discharge of
  stormwater, which will help mitigate downstream flooding of residential areas and Hanley Road, a major St Louis County
  arterial road. Second, older existing buildings with suspected lead and asbestos contamination will be remediated and
  demolished. Third, the parking deck will be concrete, which will reduce the heat island effect caused by existing asphalt
  building roofs and parking lot paving. Finally, the project will allow more density in development in Clayton, helping to
  prevent sprawl and the attendant loss of green space, congestion on commuter routes, etc.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will help enliven an economically blighted area of Clayton and provide the transportation infrastructure for
  additional residential, office, and retail development in the area.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design/Build
         Site Control: Site is under control
       Environmental: Environmental testing is complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: March 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: June 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  This project is "teed up" and ready to go. Environmental remediation and demolition can occur in March, 2009. Design
  can be completed in February 2009 with a design/build framework.


  Supporting Graphics:




                 Forsyth Garage Façade                                          Forsyth Garage Streetscape




                                                         Site Plan




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Frost - Byassee Connection                                                             $1,600,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to connect Byassee Drive in Hazelwood to Frost Avenue in Berkeley to provide better access to the industrial
  areas in both city's. Additionally, this would provide a direct connection between Lindbergh Blvd. and highway I-170.


  Project Description:
  Connect Byassee Drive in Hazelwood with Frost Avenue in Berkeley to provide better access to both of these industrial
  areas from both McDonnell Blvd. in Hazelwood and I-170 in Berkeley.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Better movement of goods and services into and out of the industrial areas in both communities. This would tie two
  Enterprise Zones together enhancing their ability to attract economic development.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                            Total

                                     10                                           0                                   10


  Environmental Impacts:
  Since trucks could enter and leave the industrial area by either route they would not be delayed in traffic waiting to get out
  onto McDonnell Blvd. in Hazelwood or waiting on rail traffic in Berkeley reducing the amount of vehicle emissions that are
  spent waiting in traffic.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  By connecting these two roads goods and services will be able to move freely between I-170 in Berkeley and I-270 in
  Hazelwood. This improvement in access could spur additional development in both communities.


  Project Status:
               Design: 5% complete
               R-O-W: only temporary construction easements will be needed
        Environmental: awaiting


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 24 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 36 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  Design/build concepts could be utilized to enhance completion of this project in the prescribed timeline.


  Supporting Graphics:




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     Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
     Glendale Street Reconstruction and Revitalization                                     $5,000,000


     Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City          County Council Dist.

                             Missouri                  2                        Glendale                         5



     The "Change We Need"

     Improvements to the aging infrastructure within the City of Glendale is vital to the health, safety and welfare of our
     citizens and those who pass through our community. This proposed project, while greatly needed, is not feasible without
     federal assistance due to ongoing budget constraints. Due to the struggling economy, funding of needed infrastructure
     upgrades have once again taken back seat to our day-to-day public works operations and the normal funding of public
     safety services. The age and deteriorating condition of the proposed streets creates a perception that the neighborhood
     and community as a whole is in decline. Over the last 60 plus years, the maintenance of Glendale streets consisted of
     "chip seal" overlay. Combined with the fact that most of these streets substructures are original to the city and that most
     of our proposed streets have no curb, gutter, or sidewalks for our residents, we propose that an immediate street mill
     and resurfacing project be implemented.


     Project Description:
     The proposed project addresses asphalt streets and their deficiencies throughout the City of Glendale. This project would
     include the removal of asphalt on 15 streets, encompassing approximately 6 miles of roadway. We propose to replace
     these streets with an approved substructure, concrete surface, curbs, gutters and sidewalks.


     Desired Outcomes:
     The infrastructure of this community will be greatly improved and will promote streets that provide smooth and safe
     routes for the transporting of goods and services and improving the safety for those that drive and walk within our
     community.


     Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                        17                                          5                                 22


     Environmental Impacts:
     Completion of this project will eliminate the peeling of current chip seal and the washing away of said components into
     the storm water inlets. During the construction phase of this project we do not anticipate any negative environmental
     impact. The implementation of this street project will utilize Glendale's Best Management Practices for roadway
     construction to limit particulate entry into the storm water system and to comply and remain in compliance with the Clean
     Air Act and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act and all regulations and guidelines listed hereunder.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     This project will utilize local companies and will generate business for utilities, aggregate, concrete and landscaping
     suppliers.


     Project Status:
                 Design: Ready to begin March 2009
                 R-O-W: Some acquisition required
          Environmental: TBD




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     Project Schedule:
       Start Construction: July 1, 2009
          Interim Phasing:
      Finish Construction: July 15, 2010


     Schedule Description:
     The City would prepare a bid package for this project, seeking bids from three or more contractors. The contract would
     need to be approved by the Board of Aldermen (following City Policy). Following Board approval the contractor would
     receive notice to proceed.


     Supporting Graphics:




                             Street Conditions                                      Street Conditions




                             Street Conditions                                      Street Conditions




                             Street Conditions                                      Street Conditions




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Graeser-Olive Intersection Realignment and Signalization                              $2,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City      County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                      Creve Coeur                     2&3


  The "Change We Need"
  Graeser-Olive Intersection Realignment and Signalization will improve traffic safety at an off-set intersection and provide
  economic development opportunities on each of the corners created by a realigned and signalized intersection.


  Project Description:
  Graeser-Olive Intersection Realignment and Signalization consists of the following elements:
  - Construction of a new Dautel Lane and vacation of the existing Dautel Lane, aligning the new road with Graeser Lane
  - Signalization of Graeser-Dautel-Olive, including pedestrian crossings.
  - Installation of medians along Olive Blvd, from Schulte to east of Graeser, significantly reducing curb cuts and
      thereby improving traffic safety.
  - new 6' sidewalks


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved traffic safety through access management, allowing motorists to reach a signalized intersection to enter and exit
  Olive Blvd; improved pedestrian facilities; economic development opportunities.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     50                                          8                                 58


  Environmental Impacts:
  None


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The improvements will provide re-development opportunities for several commercial properties located at the new
  signalized intersection.


  Project Status:
                Design: to be completed by March 2009
                R-O-W: none anticipated
         Environmental: n/a


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 5/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: 12/1/2009


  Schedule Description:
  Project is substantially designed, so project is scheduled to begin May, 2009, and be completed by December 2009.




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     Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
     Gravity Outlet & Pump Station - Howard Bend                                         $13,000,000


     Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City      County Council District

                            Missouri                   2                   Maryland Heights                    3


     The "Change We Need"
     The conveyance capacity of the existing gravity outlet to the river is in need of improvement in this area. Currently, the
     limited capacity limits the drainage and impedes future development. The proposed improvements will directly benefit the
     adjacent properties and drastically increase the potential for needed manufacturing, warehousing, office, and retail
     development in this area.


     Project Description:
     This new river outlet will supplement the existing double-box culvert with a new 4-barrel culvert, improving hydraulic
     function by reducing the amount of water stored upstream. The area for water to be stored is often insufficient and
     causes flooding. The pump station would move water to the river when the river is up rendering the gravity out unusable.

     Desired Outcomes:
     When this is built, properties will be removed from the regulatory flood plain and make them more attractive to
     development of manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, office, and retail facilities. These improvements will result in
     economic growth and increased localized job opportunities.

     Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                      250                                         600                               850


     Environmental Impacts:
     The permanent jobs will provide opportunities for residents of Maryland Heights and surrounding communities. Their
     commute could be shortened if their job is in their neighborhood versus another City. This will result in reduced delays,
     travel time, and fuel consumption, which will have a direct positive impact on air quality. In addition, the increased
     drainage will improve the overall water and environmental quality of the area. No adverse environmental impacts are
     anticipated from this project.


     Other Economic Impacts:

     With the construction of manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, office and retail facilities, the tax base could be
     significantly increased. This increase in tax revenue could provide necessary funds for other projects or lower the tax on
     residents. Additionally, the anticipated development that will result from the proposed improvements will improve the local
     transportation network which could spur additional transportation improvements (like the connection of Maryland Heights
     Expressway to Hwy 141). Such changes could ultimately make this area a hub for future development because of its
     access to Hwy 40, 70, Page, 141. Hwy 141 gives the area a much needed north/south arterial roadway.


     Project Status:
                 Design: projected completion date - May 2009
                 R-O-W: projected completion date - March 2009
          Environmental: projected completion date May 2009

     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
       Start Construction: July 2009
          Interim Phasing:
      Finish Construction: July 2010

     Schedule Description:
     Right-of-way acquisition is anticipated to occur by March 2009 with the completion of design and environmental by May
     of 2009. The project will be bid and awarded shortly thereafter with construction to begin no later than July 2009 and
     completed within 12 months.




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Gravois Road / Meramec River Bridge Replacement                                     $6,950,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District
                         Missouri                    2                       Fenton                         3


  The "Change We Need"
  Replacement of this bridge is part of an overall strategy to upgrade and modernize the region’s core infrastructure. This
  bridge was never designed to handle the volume of daily traffic that urban sprawl and growth have created. Upgrading it
  will helped avoid future problems and ensure that commuters are able to reach their work sites.

  Construction jobs such as this are also critical at this time, as many manufacturing jobs have been lost throughout the
  region. Construction projects can provide some relief for the area, if only on a temporary basis, while addressing
  infrastructure that would benefit the region in various ways. Potential redevelopment would also result in additional
  employment opportunities, some more permanent in nature.


  Project Description:
  Replacement of the Gravois Road Bridge over the Meramec River, including the need to raise the bridge by three feet,
  which will not be possible with existing funds. The new bridge will provide direct access to Highway 30/270 interchange
  for 18,000-20,000 vehicles daily and redevelopment of Old Town Fenton.


  Desired Outcomes:

  Outcomes will include reduced fuel consumption, improved access to nearby recreational facilities, shorter school bus
  routes (by 20%-25%), improved emergency vehicle access and response times, and improved access to local businesses
  that have suffered loss in sales, some considerable since the bridge was first weight rated and ultimately closed.



  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                         Total
                                   100                                         50                                150


  Environmental Impacts:
  Direct access to Highway 30/270 interchange for up to 20,000 vehicles a day will reduce traffic at congested intersections
  in the area by an equal amount. Large delivery vehicles will have a more direct route to either side of the river.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Better/through access would be expected to foster both residential and commercial development in both Sunset Hills and
  the City of Fenton. Businesses suffering substantial loss in sales could be expected to attain pre-bridge closing levels.


  Project Status:
              Design: Plans completed by May 2009
              R-O-W: To be determined and acquired by the City of Fenton
       Environmental: Phase 1 completed. Phase 2 underway

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: July 2009
      Interim Phasing: N/A
  Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Supporting Graphics:




               Meramec River Bridge                       Bridge Connects Two Economic Community Centers




                  Rusted trusses                                         Rusted guardrail




                Deteriorated spans                                      Corroded underside




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Greentrails South Street Replacement                                                   $1,375,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                      Chesterfield                       7


  The "Change We Need"
  Significant deterioration of the street slabs on this arterial road require the full removal and replacement of slabs in order
  ensure the safety of a large volume of traffic. The design would provide a more safe and efficient route.


  Project Description:
  Design and construction on the arterial street of Greentrails South. Approximately 17,800 square yards of pavement
  replaced.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The arterial road will be design and constructed in a way that there will be minimum maintenance for the next 20 to 25
  years. It will increase the safety of the traffic and comply with ADA requirements to make the road accessible for the
  handicapped.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total
                                     10                                            0                                 10


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reconstruction of the arterial road would relieve congestion. Design of the street will provide more green space.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market.


  Project Status:
               Design: Can be completed within two months.
               R-O-W: Existing R.O.W. is sufficient, no additional R.O.W. is needed.
        Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: April 2009

  Schedule Description:
  We will only accept a bid that requires completion within one year. The work will be broken down into phases, requiring
  two weeks per phase. Incentive is included in the contract if the contractor completes the project within the phasing limit.
  A disincentive penalty will be assessed if construction time lasts longer than the phasing time.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Hog Hollow Road Reconstruction                                                         $3,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                   2                       Chesterfield                     3&7


  The "Change We Need"
  Hog Hollow Road is a very steep, curvy road that has no improved drainage system to collect the runoff. Severe erosion
  undermines the pavement, as well as several utility lines. There is a significant grade difference between the edge of the
  road and the adjoining creek which is a safety hazard. The road is very difficult to maintain in its current state.


  Project Description:
  Reconstruction of Hog Hollow Road from Olive Boulevard to the Chesterfield/Maryland Heights city limits, which has a
  length of 1700 feet. Project will include total reconstruction of the road, with curb & gutters, storm sewer inlets and piping,
  guardrail, etc. added to the road.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved horizontal and vertical alignment, addition of curbs and guardrail, and construction of an enclosed drainage
  system.


      C eat o
  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total
                                     25                                            0                                  25


  Environmental Impacts:
  No negative environmental impacts are expected to occur as a result of this project. The project will eliminate the current
  erosion issues, and will allow traffic to flow better as it travels along this road.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market.
  Additionally, it will provide a safer route for commuters to travel.


  Project Status:
               Design: Underway & 90% complete
               R-O-W: Acquisition required and underway.
        Environmental: USACE permit process underway.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2009

  Schedule Description:
  The project will be managed by City staff to ensure that it remains on schedule and within budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Interstate 270 Intermodal Parking Facility                                           $24,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                         Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    2                                                       3
                                                                         St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  Forging partnerships with the private sector is critical to the growth of the regional economy. The I-270/Manchester
  interchange is a crucial intersection to the economy of St. Louis County and the St. Louis region. Because of high levels of
  job growth in this area, congestion along the interstate has increased. The State of Missouri ranks poorly in recent road
  studies, with 55% of all roads congested. Public amenities, such as the proposed parking garage and bus stop, can assist
  in removing congestion, cleaning the environment and decreasing our reliance on energy.

  In constructing the garage, we will be supporting our growing businesses, including Scottrade Inc.'s world headquarters
  nearby, that provide vital jobs to the nation’s economy. We will also promote public transportation, which improves access
  to jobs, particularly for low-income residents, and benefits the environment. We recognize that in order to attract a
  younger workforce, we must provide public transportation. Companies like Scottrade are vying for younger workers who
  choose to live in sustainable communities and by partnering with business, we can succeed in cultivating a strong
  workforce and better quality of life.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 1,400-space, intermodal parking garage near the I-270/Manchester Road interchange to serve the more
  than 180,000 employees that work within a five-mile radius and expand the transportation options available to them.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include greater economic development, private sector business investment, significant job growth,
  increased use of public transit, and the enhanced ability of low-income residents to access quality job opportunities.
  Additional outcomes the ability to increase our tax base to help neighboring schools and other taxing entities that rely on
  increased property values. It is estimated the Scottrade development, if completed, would provide an additional $2.7
  million in taxes before any incentives.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                   265                                          600                                865


  Environmental Impacts:
  By extending bus service to the garage, we will promote the use of public transit, resulting in improved air quality and
  reduced gas/energy consumption.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The new Scottrade headquarters will create a minimum of 600 high paying office jobs in St. Louis County at a wage level
  that exceeds the state average. An increase in tax revenues will also occur due to the investment which would not
  otherwise occur.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: Complete




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: June 2010

  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Lemay Redevelopment-I-55 at Weber Road                                              $30,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                         Unincorporated
                         Missouri                    3                                                       6
                                                                         St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  The Lemay area of St. Louis County was a former "farm to market" community that continues to struggle as a low-to-
  middle-income residential area with little substantial retail/commercial development. Residents there desire the same
  amenities and road infrastructure found in revitalized areas in the County. New development will stimulate Lemay,
  generate jobs, and provide residents convenient and accessible goods and services.


  Project Description:
  Revitalize an economically disadvantaged and aging community by converting vacant ground into a booming, 371,000
  square foot retail center; constructing road improvements that accommodate the additional traffic generated by the site;
  and optimizing road network functionality by applying access management guidelines that effectively get residents to jobs
  and merchandise.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Community friendly stores and eateries that generate jobs; accessible infrastructure that complements the development
  and enhances the community; access that meets County access management guidelines; a revitalized community that is
                               y;                        y               g       g          ;                     y
  safe and satisfying for people of all ages.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total

                                    85                                         2000                               2085


  Environmental Impacts:
  Businesses will be built following green methodology. Road infrastructure will incorporate recycled material in the
  pavement mix designs.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Upon full build-out of the 371,000 sq.ft. of development, the market value of the improvements will be $15.7 million. In
  2009 annual sales are projected to be nearly $108 million and are expected to increase every year through at least 2012.
  2012 is the projected year for full sales potential.


  Project Status:
              Design: To start June 2009
              R-O-W: September 2009 to June 2010
       Environmental: Categorical Exclusion to be complete and approved in 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: October 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2011

  Schedule Description:
  The Design/Build project delivery method will be considered to meet schedule and cost requirements. We will coordinate
  with the City of St. Louis and the Lemay Chamber to advance R/W negotiations. We will coordinate with MoDOT
  regarding access to their system.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Lindbergh / I-270 Interchange Replacement                                           $40,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                    1                      Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to construct an interchange that will use less green space and allow for a better flow of traffic.


  Project Description:
  Remove the existing interchange that was built in the late 1950's with a more modern version that will allow for the
  movement of a greater volume of traffic yet take up less green space then the current interchange.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Better movement of traffic with less congestion.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                   115                                           0                                 115


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new interchange will require less space then the current interchange allowing more land to plant grass, trees and
  shrubs to help remove carbon monoxide from the air reducing the amount of green house gasses. The new design also
  allows a larger number of vehicles to pass through the interchange reducing congestion.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Since the new interchange requires less land then the current interchange some of the additional land could be made
  available for development. Improvements to this interchange will enhance the traffic flow which provides access to a major
  industrial/commercial area of the City of Hazelwood, including the former site of a Ford Assembly Plant that is being
  redeveloped.


  Project Status:
              Design: could be ready within 12 months from funding
              R-O-W: requires less R-O-W then current interchange
       Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: twelve months after becomes available
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 36 months after funding




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  Supporting Graphics:




               Current Interchange                                  Current Interchange




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Long Road Floodwall and Closure Structure                                             $6,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                      Chesterfield                       7


  The "Change We Need"
  The construction of the Long Road improvements is critical to maintain adequate flood protection in Chesterfield Valley
  and would not otherwise be feasible given limited alternate funding sources. This project will provide increased protection
  against potential flooding for residential and commercial properties, businesses and lives in Chesterfield Valley and create
  jobs in the construction industry.


  Project Description:
  Project involves construction of approximately 1000’ of floodwall around the Walnut Grove development and includes
  construction of an improved closure structure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The proposed improvements will improve flood protection throughout Chesterfield Valley and mitigate environmental risk
  of damage that could result from flooding.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     30                                         100                                  130


  Environmental Impacts:
  There are no adverse environmental impacts that will result from this project. This project will increase the level of flood
  protection and strengthen the integrity of the Monarch-Chesterfield levee system.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will provide increased levels of flood protection in Chesterfield Valley, which will ultimately ensure economic
  activity in this thriving community can occur and expand without increased threats of flooding. The improvements will
  provide added protection for the continuing development of manufacturing, office, warehouse, high-tech, hospitality and
  retail establishments and corresponding job creation. Additionally, all work will be contracted, helping the local economy
  using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market.


  Project Status:
               Design: Complete
               R-O-W: In progress
        Environmental: Complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: October 1, 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: October 1, 2010

  Schedule Description:
  This project is ready to proceed upon completion of engineering which is anticipated by October 2009.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Maryland / Gay Avenue Intermodal Parking Facility                                    $46,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                         Missouri                    3                       Clayton                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  This project represents the start of a major development initiative at the western end of Clayton, the county seat of St.
  Louis County. What will start out as a 1,700-car public parking garage will become the foundation for continued growth
  and expansion that is expected to total more than $600 million in mixed use office, retail, hotel, and residential
  development on adjacent sites. That will help ensure the future prosperity of this part of the region and prevent further
  sprawl by offering attractive options in the inner core. The proposed parking garage would include parking for
  approximately 1,700 cars and an underground detention vault to manage stormwater. Additionally, the project would
  include reconstruction and realignment of Gay Avenue and reconstruction of existing electric, water, and stormwater
  infrastructure. There would be a road connecting Topton Avenue to the relocated Gay Avenue, improving traffic
  circulation and school safety in this area where current traffic must cross through a high school parking lot. Thus, the
  project will not only spur economic development, but contribute to the safety of school children and motorists and support
  improved environmental quality in the region.

  Project Description:
  Creation of a new western gateway to Clayton, the County seat, that would spur $600 million worth of mixed use office,
  retail, hotel, and residential development on adjacent sites. Includes construction of a public parking garage and
  reconstruction of existing electric, water, and stormwater infrastructure to improve access to the local high school and
  community facility.
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  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcomes will be future economic development estimated at more than $600 million, reduced sprawl, safer
  transportation routes and school safety, pedestrian friendly streetscapes, utility improvements and new commuter parking
  that provide the basis for continued growth in the area.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                            Total

                                    45                                         3000                              3045


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will be registered for LEED Certification and will have many positive environmental impacts. First, the project
  will include a storm water management vault with sand filters that will improve the quality and slow the rate of discharge of
  storm water, which will help mitigate upstream flooding of residential areas due to inadequate downstream infrastructure.
  Second, older existing buildings with lead and asbestos contamination will be remediated and demolished. Third, the
  parking deck will be concrete, which will reduce the heat island effect caused by existing asphalt building roofs and parking
  lot paving. Finally, the project will allow more density in development in Clayton, helping to prevent sprawl and the
  attendant loss of green space, congestion on commuter routes, etc.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will help enliven an underdeveloped area of Clayton as well as provide the transportation infrastructure for
  additional residential, office, and retail development in the area.

  Project Status:
              Design: Design/Build
         Site Control: Site is controlled
       Environmental: Environmental testing is complete




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: March 1, 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 1, 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The project would require close coordination among St. Louis County, Clayton High School, and the developer.
  Environmental remediation and demolition can occur in March, 2009. Design can be completed in February 2009 and
  there should be no break from demolition into construction.

  Supporting Graphics:




                                            Vicinity Plan/Road Improvements




                     East Elevation                                           North and South Elevations




                       Site Plan                                                     Garage Plan




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost

  Maryland Heights - Local Street Reconstruction                                        $2,900,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                    Maryland Heights                     2


  The "Change We Need"
  This project is a collection of smaller streets that are in need of reconstruction. These streets are deteriorating concrete
  streets that were overlaid with asphalt when Maryland Heights incorporated 24 years ago. The asphalt overlay is showing
  increased reflective cracking and deterioration. The overlay has decreased the gutter capacity resulting in water leaving
  the street and street flooding in rain events. Keeping this project broken down into smaller projects will provide the
  opportunity for more local, small to medium sized contractors, to bid and perform the reconstruction.


  Project Description:
  This project is the replacement of eleven (11) different streets in Maryland Heights. The streets are deteriorated concrete
  streets that were overlaid 24 years ago when the Maryland Heights incorporated. The asphalt overlay has eliminated
  gutter capacity resulting in drainage problems during rain events. The asphalt is now deteriorating and the streets are in
  need of replacement.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The most significant outcome will be an improved street network that will allow for smooth, safe travel by the public. A
  secondary outcome will be the employment of small to medium sized local contractors and their suppliers.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                   110                                           0                                 110


  Environmental Impacts:
  Best Management Practices (BMP's) will be used during the project to minimize particulate entry into the storm water
  system and creeks. We do not anticipate any negative environmental impacts during construction.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction of this project will employee union trade works, truck drivers and equipment operators. It will generate
  business for concrete suppliers, rental firms, equipment companies and aggregate suppliers.


  Project Status:
              Design: No plans are needed to perform the work required. This project is ready to go.
              R-O-W: Not applicable
       Environmental: Not applicable, no segment is over 1 acre of land disturbance.


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 3 months after funds are made available
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2009.




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  Schedule Description:
  The City has prepared and managed similar projects in the past. This experience will allow the City to prepare and let
  these contracts quickly after funds are made available. Multiple lettings would be used to keep the projects smaller. This
  approach will allow smaller contractors to bid on the work and provide for completion in one construction season.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Deteriorated Curb                        Decreased Gutter Capacity                         Reflective Cracking




             Potholes                                  Failing Pavement                             Reflective Cracking




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Metro Purchase Replacement Rolling Stock                                               $5,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                1, 2 & 3                St. Louis County                     All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  Safe, secure, well maintained vehicles are key to providing a transit system that the community will support and in turn
  increases ridership levels. The riders consist of first time, recreational and everyday users, looking to the transit system to
  provide a way for them to get to their jobs and various recreational activities. For some, transit use is an alternative to
  driving their cars, reducing the number of vehicles on the roads. For others, transit is the only option linking them to jobs,
  hospitals and everyday needs.


  Project Description:
  Replace aged revenue rolling stock including buses and paratransit vehicles with alternative fuel vehicles, to provide safer,
  fuel efficient, “green” vehicles which support the transit needs of riders and the regional efforts of cleaner burning vehicles.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The effect of maintaining a strong public transit system at it's current level of service not only supports the local economy
  of the region, but provides opportunities for new businesses to establish themselves around the transit nexus encouraging
  additional j b opportunities.
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  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                                 Total

                                     0                                           150                                   150


  Environmental Impacts:
  Cleaner burning diesel or alternative fuel burning buses and paratransit vehicles support the environmental efforts to
  maintain low-emissions in maintenance or non-attainment area for ozone or carbon monoxide. Metro supports the efforts
  of the National Energy Policy Act and continues to seek alternatives to meet the Act.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Metro currently has a five year contract to purchase both buses and paratransit vehicles. Through these contracts, task
  orders are issued to execute the next allotment of vehicles. Currently full size buses average $325K per vehicle and
  require upwards of 200 laborers to build the vehicles. Paratransit vehicles currently average $98K and require upwards of
  100 workers to assemble a vehicle.


  Project Status:
               Design: N/A
          Site control: N/A
        Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: N/A
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: N/A

  Schedule Description:
  A task order against the current 5-year bus and paratransit vehicle contracts will be executed in early 2009 for delivery of
  the needed vehicles by December 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Metro Regional Data Infrastructure Upgrade                                            $5,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                                                                          St. Louis City /
                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                                                     All 7
                                                                         St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"

  Implementing an interoperable communications system that allows for cross communication between bus, light rail, and
  paratransit vehicles and various regional first responders within the St. Louis metropolitan area (both Missouri and Illinois)
  is critical for the safety and security of the system and the 53,766,733 + passengers that Metro transports annually.



  Project Description:
  The project will provide for the hardening of Metro’s data communication system through rehabilitation of existing
  infrastructure and reconfiguration to expand synchronous optical network & radio communication systems in support of
  near term regional inter-operability. The core data & voice communication systems infrastructure installed in 1994 is
  reaching critical capacities and existing equipment is becoming obsolete. Metro has taken measures toward conceptual
  design for emergency communications. This project will restore the backbone of existing communications necessary to
  safely and efficiently operate various modes of transit and support regional operational emergency communication.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Metro desires to maintain a strong transit system in the St. Louis region to support economic growth throughout the
  region. Maintaining bus, light rail and paratransit services at their current service levels will enable Metro to provide a
  necessary service to thousands of individuals that, but for public transit options, would have no way to access employment
  opportunities.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                                Total

                                     20                                          130                                  150


  Environmental Impacts:
  N/A


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this communications project requires the services of engineering firms to develop designs, as well
  as contractors to perform the work. Incidental to these efforts, the project will require necessary supplies and materials
  from various small, mid-sized and large businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: January 2009
          Site control: N/A
        Environmental: January 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: May 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Design and environmental requirements to be met in early 2009. Construction to begin by May 2009 and complete by
  December 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Metro Rehab / Preventive Maintenance of Light Rail Alignment                           $45,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                    St. Louis County                    All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  Preventive maintenance of the region's light rail investment is critical. Metro manages over $1.6 billion in federal and
  locally funded bus and light rail assets. It is critical to upgrade these assets in a timely manner. Metro must ensure that
  light rail stations, bridges, tunnels, vehicles and various other assets are maintained in accordance with federal guidelines
  and are available to the public for use in their travels to and from jobs as well as recreational activities.


  Project Description:
  The project will provide for the rehabilitation and preventive maintenance of the tunnels, bridges, stations, pedestrian
  crossings and slopes along the original 17.1 miles of light rail alignment from St. Louis Lambert Airport connecting to two
  stations in East St. Louis, Illinois. The original infrastructure was built in 1993 and incorporated existing railroad structures
  that were built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, much of which is near the end of its useful life. The bridges, stations,
  tunnels and other infrastructure components require replacement and or major rehabilitation due to deterioration from
  environmental elements as well as normal daily use. The rehabilitation of the infrastructure and replacement of various
  infrastructure components will improve the reliability of the system and provide for increased safety and security of the
  system.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Update and rehabilitate the light rail infrastructure built in 1993 to accommodate passenger needs and physical
  requirements and to provide for additional safety and security amenities.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                                Total

                                    100                                           400                                  500


  Environmental Impacts:
  Safety and security of the transit system is of utmost importance to Metro. Metro has invested over $1.6 billion dollars in
  infrastructure throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. Ensuring that our facilities are well maintained and equipped
  with the latest security options provides for a system that people want to ride and that businesses want to establish
  themselves around to encourage opportunities for workers as well as patrons.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of these preventive maintenance efforts requires the services of engineering firms to develop
  designs, as well as contractors to perform the work. Incidental to these efforts, the project will require necessary supplies
  and materials from various small, mid-sized and large businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: January 2009
          Site control: N/A
        Environmental: January 2009




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: May 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Design and environmental activities to begin in early 2009. Project rehabilitation efforts to begin by May 2009 and to be
  complete by December 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




           Infrastructure in need of rehabilitation                            Infrastructure in need of rehabilitation




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Metro Transit Operating Support                                                      $50,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                 St. Louis County                   All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  Metro desires to maintain a strong transit system in the St. Louis region to support economic growth throughout the
  region. Maintaining bus, light rail and paratransit services at their current service levels will enable Metro to provide a
  necessary service to thousands of individuals that, but for public transit options, would have no way to access employment
  opportunities.


  Project Description:
  To avoid severe transit service cuts and job losses, which will negatively impact the economy of the St. Louis metropolitan
  region, Metro is requesting operating assistance to help bridge the gap in a $50 million operating deficit forecast for the
  upcoming fiscal year. The agency is working on several alternatives to find a long-term stable revenue stream including a
  local sales tax increase and additional funding from the State of Missouri; however, without a stop gap measure, bus
  service will be reduced by 57 percent, light rail service is expected to be reduced by 42 percent and paratransit service will
  be cut 36 percent. Close to 30 percent of the region’s employment centers will lose access to transit. The Agency is just
  beginning to calculate the rippling social and economic impact of transit reductions on the region. Additionally, 25 percent
  of Metro’s workforce will be cut.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The effect of maintaining a strong public transit system at it's current level of service not only supports the local economy
  of the region, but provides opportunities for new businesses to establish themselves around the transit nexus encouraging
  numerous development and employment options.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                                Total

                                     0                                         1510                                  1510


  Environmental Impacts:
  Providing and encouraging citizens to use public transportation is an excellent way to remove cars from the roads, thus
  supporting the cleaner air efforts of the St. Louis region.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Getting people to places: jobs, churches, hospitals, recreational activities and other venues throughout the area is our
  job. Without the service that public transportation provides, businesses, hospitals, hotels and other entities would be
  severely impacted limiting employer and employee options.


  Project Status:
              Design: N/A
         Site control: N/A
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: N/A
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: N/A




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Mid-County Industrial Park - Infrastructure Improvements                               $10,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                          Missouri                     1                      Vinita Park                        1


  The "Change We Need"
  The Mid-County Industrial Park is an important local cluster of jobs and businesses that provide much-needed
  employment opportunities for residents from the northern half of St. Louis County. The industrial park is home to over 100
  businesses and provides employment to over 2,000 people in the St. Louis bi-state region. The park is centrally located,
  adjacent to I-170, and only two miles from Lambert International Airport. Despite these promising characteristics, the
  industrial park has severe structural deficiencies that adversely impact the health, safety, and security of the people who
  work there. The industrial park was developed in the 1970s and has seen no significant infrastructure improvements take
  place since then. Over the last several decades, the hundreds of large commercial trucks that utilize the park on a daily
  basis have greatly damaged the original roads that were never meant to support such heavy loads. The project team
  developed a comprehensive traffic impact study in 2004 that specifically identifies critical infrastructure improvements
  necessary to sustain the parks near and long-term viability.


  Project Description:
  Infrastructure improvements to the Mid-County Industrial Park, including traffic signals, road modifications and
  reconfigurations, roadway lighting and guidance signage, sidewalks, bus shelters, and shuttle service. A second
  component is to widen a major east-west arterial road that leads to the main entrance of the industrial park.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The 2004 traffic impact study confirmed that there is a substantial history of vehicular accidents at the Mid-County
  Industrial Park, several resulting in personal injury. These crashes were attributed to the inadequate design and condition
  of the existing infrastructure. In addition, the study revealed that the ability of emergency vehicles to effectively respond to
  situations at the industrial park was severely compromised by the aforementioned infrastructure issues. In order to protect
  industrial park employees and the public at large, it is imperative that emergency responders be able to access the site
  quickly and safely. By carrying this project forward, the project team hopes to improve the safety and security of the
  individuals who work inside the park as well as the thousands of commuters who drive past it every day.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                              Total

                                     72                                            3                                  75


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project aims to contribute a positive environmental impact by erecting shelters at the numerous bus stops adjacent to
  the industrial park. In addition, the project calls for using a shuttle service to ferry employees who choose to take public
  transportation to their places of employment within this large park. The goal is to encourage more people to use the
  available public transportation and help reduce the number of passenger vehicles entering the park and dodging the
  constant stream of large commercial truck traffic.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  Correcting infrastructure deficiencies within the park will have a positive impact on the operations of the businesses that
  reside in it. Though the majority of the park is occupied, there are a few parcels of undeveloped land that may attract new
  businesses to the park once the existing infrastructure deficiencies are corrected. Also, there are existing businesses that
  may consider expanding their operations. The potential for additional job growth is present under both of these scenarios.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Completed by July 2009
         Site control: On-going collaboration between the municipality, the state, and businesses
       Environmental: No known environmental issues

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2009

  Schedule Description:
  The project team plans to work in a collaborative fashion with the City of Vinita Park, the Missouri Department of
  Transportation, and area businesses to coordinate construction activity. The team will explore the use of the design-build
  project delivery method currently being used in the I-64 highway reconstruction project in St. Louis. The design-build
  method combines both the design and construction phases into a single contract, allowing these phases to proceed
  concurrently while saving both time and resources.


  Supporting Graphics:




     Example of Inadequate Turning radii within MCIP                               Loading Areas within MCIP




                  Radius Improvements                                               Mid-County Industrial Park




               Signalization & Realignment                                               New Sidewalks




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Midwest-China Trade & Commercialization Center                                         $24,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                       Berkeley                        1


  The "Change We Need"
  Because of its central location and large number of headquarters, life science and entrepreneurial companies, St. Louis
  has identified international trade with China as an important economic development strategy. State and local officials have
  had a series of unprecedented meetings with Chinese officials to develop St. Louis as the midwest hub for increased
  U.S./China trade, opening global opportunities for our community. The development of the Trade & Commercialization
  Center (TCC) is the critical first step to advance this initiative.

  The TCC will be located in North Park, a former large Brownfield site spanning three inner-ring communities that have
  suffered from years of disinvestment. This project will create well-paying export jobs that are traditionally 30% higher than
  similar non-export jobs.


  Project Description:
  Development of a Trade & Commercialization Center (TCC), which will serve as the midwest hub for increased U.S./China
  trade. This LEED-certified, High Performance Office Design (HPOD) building will provide the resources and facilities to
  match international buyers and sellers. There will be approximately 137,512 rentable square feet.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The most significant outcome from the implementation of this project will be job creation. By opening a portal to one of the
  world's fastest growing economies, we can build an export business platform from which the St. Louis region will shore up
  existing export businesses and create new jobs, expand export business opportunities and improve America's balance of
  trade. This initiative will also allow the region to fully utilize our underutilized Lambert International Airport.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                             Total

                                   280                                          750                               1030


  Environmental Impacts:
  We will construct a certified LEED building on a former Brownfield site. The building will consume less utilities, both in
  construction and operation. The development itself will become the center for the collection and preparation of goods to
  be sent to China. Shipping goods from St. Louis rather than trucking them to the coasts for export will certainly reduce
  gasoline consumption.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  In St. Louis today, there are a limited number of exporters and importers to China. By creating this connection and
  fostering communication between business communities, we will increase familiarity and identify more import and export
  opportunities that will increase demand for transportation to move goods. There will be an increased demand for airplanes
  that would require modifications to carry freight, tugs, tractors, hangers, warehouses, semi tractor trailers. In addition
  investors and banks will benefit from growing companies. The Lambert International Airport is underutilized as a result of
  the acquisition of TWA and merger with American Airlines, resulting in the loss of HUB status and activity. This
  development will also shore up hotels, restaurants, and other services necessary to serve the work force.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Construction Documents complete
         Site control: yes
       Environmental: complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The general contractor selected to develop the site has significant construction and development experience (i.e., $1.3
  billion in the last 10 years) and will be able to complete the project on time and on budget.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                      Proposed Center




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Murdoch Bridge Replacement                                                           $2,675,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                         Missouri                   3                    Webster Groves                       5


  The "Change We Need"
  Reconstruction of the Murdoch Bridge will provide vehicular and pedestrian safety to thousands of people. The
  replacement of this bridge will improve the movement of goods, enhance connectivity with the heart of the Old Orchard
  Business District and Webster University, and support the continued development of the business district.


  Project Description:
  Design and reconstruction of the severely deteriorated Murdoch Avenue bridge, which is on a major feeder route to I-44
  from Big Bend Boulevard and Laclede Station Road. The Murdoch Bridge is located within the Old Orchard Business
  District of Webster Groves.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This infrastructure replacement will :
  1) stimulate the economy by creating design, construction and material supply jobs;
  2) provide a sound pavement to enable commuters to safely travel to places of employment, shopping and
       recreation facilities;
     improve pedestrian safety with creation of sidewalks;
  3) i           d ti         f t ith     ti    f id    lk
  4) provide citizen access to small privately-owned businesses;
  5) strengthen the region's core transportation infrastructure.


  Job Creation:              Construction                                  Permanent                              Total

                                    50                                          0                                  50


  Environmental Impacts:
  The Bridge construction will reduce gas consumption by providing safe arterial access to I-44, a major metropolitan
  interstate. Storm water and drainage issues will be addressed and rectified with the completion of the project.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  Construction projects create the need for the production of tools, and equipment, which creates the need for additional
  jobs. The bridge supports several bus routes, is an integral part of the metropolitan transit system and will improve access
  to the Old Orchard Business District for vehicular and pedestrian traffic directly supporting economic development.



  Project Status:
              Design: Design/Build
              R-O-W: No additional right of way is anticipated.
       Environmental: None




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
   A City of Webster Groves engineer will be assigned to the project to review, oversee, inspect and resolve any and all
  issues.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  North County Retention Project - Site Infrastructure                                   $2,950,000


  Location:              State            Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    1                                                         1
                                                                          St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  Creating employment opportunities through investment in our older communities has been a linchpin of St. Louis County's
  economic development strategy. The site infrastructure work for which funding is requested will set the stage to place 650
  jobs in North St. Louis County in an area that has experienced significant decline over the last seven years. The project
  will serve as the catalyst for an over $100 million investment in an area where median income has fallen 8% since the year
  2000 and which was negatively affected by the Ford Plant closure where over 3,000 people were put out of work in 2007.
  By supporting the construction of a LEED-certified building, accessible by public transportation, this project offers real
  hope and opportunity in a community that neighbors Spanish Lake, a neighborhood that Forbes listed as one of the
  America's Fastest Dying Towns in December 2008.


  Project Description:
  $2.95 million in site infrastructure, energy and transportation improvements are needed to support an undeveloped site in
  a declining area of unincorporated North St. Louis County. The site is a finalist for the construction of a new facility for an
  important County employer. The competing site is out of state, and the 650 jobs and $100 million investment are at risk
  due to site preparation costs and market volatility.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcomes of this project will be the placement of 650 jobs in a distressed community, improved access to
  public transportation by constructing a bus depot in an area where public transportation is vital to employment, internships
  for neighboring Hazelwood School District, increases in local tax base and the opportunity for further development to
  neighboring property once this project gets built.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                             Total

                                     35                                          650                                 685


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will be LEED certified with a number of energy efficient measures put into place including Energy Star Rating
  equipment valued at $625,000 and waste water improvements valued at $300,000. A bus stop will be put into place at the
  site which will aid employees taking public transportation and provide access to neighboring workforce.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The economic impact of this project to St. Louis County is great. The retention of 650 jobs is crucial to the County and the
  placement of these jobs in a distressed area will stem further decline and provide future opportunity for development.


  Project Status:
               Design: 75% complete - 100% complete as of January 31, 2009
          Site control: Option executed December 17, 2008
        Environmental: Soil conditions require settling until March of 2009




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2010
       Interim Phasing: Environmental being completed
   Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The County will partner with the developer to ensure the project is completed within the specified timeframe.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  North County Small Business Incubator                                                   $12,688,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District           Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                             Bellefontaine
                           Missouri                    1                                                           4
                                                                              Neighbors

  The "Change We Need"
  It is vital to support small businesses, the sector of our economy that is creating the most jobs. St. Louis County has
  demonstrated the value of operating small business incubators successfully for more than a decade. The County
  Economic Council oversees four incubators currently. Together, these facilities served 49 client companies with 256 full-
  time workers, 108 part-time employees and 60 contractor workers, and earned nearly $45 million in revenues. Of 157
  graduate companies surveyed, employment totaled 460 full-time workers – over seven times the number when they
  started in the program. Gross revenues for these companies were conservatively estimated at $114 million in 2007.

  The incubators foster the success of new companies by offering a range of business start-up and support services to the
  firms that locate within them. By providing an environment for small businesses to benefit from strong partnerships, learn
  from each other’s mistakes, and discover how to incorporate new technologies into their businesses, we will create a
  strong, stable economy and workforce. We need to eliminate barriers to success by providing an environment for sharing
  ideas and unique experiences with seminars on principles of successful business operation.

  The proposed new North County Small Business Incubator will be bring together St. Louis businesses and government
  leaders to expand small business development throughout the region. The former Riverview East Jr. High School will be
  converted into an 72,500 s.f. business incubator. This small business incubator will play an important role in enhancing the
                                                                                                  rates,
  success rate of fledgling small businesses by providing office/warehouse space at lower rental rates access to office
  space equipment, and administrative and technical assistance.


  Project Description:
  Refurbishment of the old Riverview East Junior High School into an 72,500 s.f. small business incubator, to be managed
  by the St. Louis County Economic Council in partnerships with local businesses. The incubator will serve up to 100 small
  businesses.


  Desired Outcomes:
  It is anticipated that this facility will be capable of supporting up to 100 small businesses who will be utilizing a state-of-the-
  art facility for office/warehouse and light manufacturing. The St. Louis County Economic Council seeks to duplicate or
  exceed its success rate of over 80% of graduating companies at its other Enterprise Centers in St. Louis County. The
  incubator facility will be a continuous producer of new businesses and jobs to the St. Louis County Region.


  Job Creation:           Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                               Total

                                      90                                           200                                 290


  Environmental Impacts:
  The North County Small Business Incubator will transform an abandoned and deteriorating building into a vibrant business
  center, thus eliminating blight and breathing new life into a struggling community.




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  Other Economic Impacts:

  The business incubators have an 80% graduation rate and those businesses continue to grow and add employees to their
  payrolls. The addition of this facility in the North County will encourage other businesses to build within the urban ring.

  In 2007, 60% of St. Louis Enterprise Center clients were minority-, women- or immigrant-owned. Recognizing the greater
  obstacles that historically disadvantaged businesses face, the program has reached out to these entrepreneurs to help
  promote their success. Moreover, two of the four facilities, including the Wellston incubator, have brought new small
  businesses to lower income communities, offering new employment opportunities to residents while expanding the tax
  base. Historically, graduate companies frequently have moved into commercial space in and around the communities in
  which the incubators are located, which extends the long term positive impact on those communities. The Enterprise
  Centers have helped a diverse range of businesses (including companies that have produced new innovations in the fields
  of medical devices, pharmaceuticals and IT) which have created quality products and services along with meaningful
  employment for over twenty years.



  Project Status:
              Design: Preliminary
         Site control: Available
       Environmental: Assessment Complete

  Project Schedule (Assumes Funding Availability March 2009):
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: July 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Property site can easily be acquired from the Riverview Gardens School District.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  North Outer 40 Road Improvements                                                        $4,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                       Chesterfield                       7


  The "Change We Need"

  There lies 139 acres of undeveloped land with immediate access to Interstate 64/40 currently not being served by a
  public water supply system and therefore not capable of being economically developed. Widening of the two-lane
  Interstate 64 outer road will make the nearly 200 acres of frontage more viable for development of high paying jobs, and
  allow more people to use our Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex which today sees over 350,000 visitors annually. There
  is significant potential to develop office headquarter space or high-tech facilities in this area, which are well paying jobs for
  the region. Providing stormwater improvements to this area will make it prime space for development in some of the few
  properties remaining with Interstate visibility. The Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex full build-out contains 23 baseball
  fields, 13 soccer/football fields, 13 practice fields and 1,954 parking spaces. These facilities generate 1,100 peak hour
  vehicle trips into and out of the Complex, onto a substandard two lane County road. Turning movements into and out of
  the Complex generate vehicular traffic delay, contributing to congestion and air quality degradation.



  Project Description:

  Improvements will include: 1) extension and looping of a 12 inch public water main along the frontage of North Outer 40
  Road,                    St        Blvd                                                             Road,
  Road east of Spirit of St. Louis Blvd. and west of Long Road; 2) widening of North Outer Forty Road an existing two lane
  asphalt pavement, to add a center left turn lane, and right turn deceleration lanes for entrance into the Chesterfield Valley
  Athletic Complex beginning east of the Spirit of St. Louis Blvd intersection, and continuing eastward for a distance of 5,000
  linear feet along the full frontage length of the Athletic Complex; 3) extension of a public sanitary sewer along the frontage
  of North Outer 40 Road, east of Spirit of St. Louis Blvd. and west of Long Road; and 4) extension of storm water drainage
  facilities along the frontage of North Outer 40 Road, east of Spirit of St. Louis Blvd. and west of Long Road.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Creation of new commercial facilities and permanent jobs in a highly desirable region due to the convenient access to
  major interstate highway and nearby regional airport transportation systems; improved traffic safety, accident reduction
  and congestion mitigation resulting from the elimination or significant reduction of travel delays associated with eastbound
  left turn movements into the Athletic Complex that block the through vehicle movement, and westbound right turn
  movements that block the westbound through traffic.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                              Total

                                     30                                           350                                 380


  Environmental Impacts:
  Improving traffic flow into and out of the athletic complex will reduce congestion and improve both air quality and traffic
  safety. Providing sewer to this area that is adjacent to the North of Interstate 64/Highway 40 will provide safe wastewater
  treatment other than septic systems.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market. By
  evacuating stormwater from Chesterfield Valley, economic activity will be able to occur without negative impacts from
  stormwater.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Underway and on schedule for completion in February 2009
              R-O-W: None Required
       Environmental: No Archeological, Wetland, or Endangered Species Impacts are anticipated

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: October 2009

  Schedule Description:
  Liquidated damages and early construction completion incentives will also be considered.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Northwest County Small Business Incubator                                                $8,200,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City          County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                         Berkeley                          1


  The "Change We Need"

  St. Louis County has demonstrated the value of operating small business incubators successfully for more than a decade.
  The County Economic Council oversees four incubators currently. Together, these facilities served 49 client companies
  with 256 full-time workers, 108 part-time employees and 60 contractor workers, and earned nearly $45 million in revenues.
  Of 157 graduate companies surveyed, employment totaled 460 full-time workers – over seven times the number when
  they started in the program. Gross revenues for these companies were conservatively estimated at $114 million in 2007.

  The incubators foster the success of new companies by offering a range of business start-up and support services to the
  firms that locate within them. Support for small businesses is a vital part to the growth of the economy. It is small
  businesses that are contributing the most to job growth. By providing an environment for small businesses to benefit from
  strong partnerships, learn from each other’s mistakes, and discover how to incorporate new technologies into their
  businesses, we will create a strong, stable economy and workforce. We need to eliminate barriers to success by providing
  an environment for sharing ideas and unique experiences with seminars on principles of successful business operation.

  A new incubator, located in NorthPark, will benefit from synergies available through many of the manufacturing and other
  companies in this growing industrial park. It will also enable entrepreneurial companies to tap into the pool of workers
                     County.
  available in North County



  Project Description:
  Construction of a new small business incubator, to be located within the "NorthPark" industrial and business park
  development in North County. The 25,000 sq.ft.. facility will focus on developing advanced manufacturing technology to
  expand small business development throughout the region.


  Desired Outcomes:
  It is anticipated that this facility will be capable of supporting up to 40 small businesses who will be utilizing a state-of-the-
  art facility for office/warehouse and light manufacturing. The St. Louis County Economic Council seeks to duplicate or
  exceed its success rate of over 80% of graduating companies at its other four Enterprise Centers in St. Louis County. The
  incubator facility will be a continuous producer of new businesses and jobs to the St. Louis County Region.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                            Permanent                              Total

                                    100                                   80 new jobs per yr.                          180



  Environmental Impacts:
  The Northwest County Enterprise Center will be a state-of-the-art facility incorporating LEED design elements throughout
  the facility. The center is planned to be built within a 550 acre office, retail, and industrial mixed use (TIF) redevelopment
  (NorthPark) that is currently underway. NorthPark is one of the largest redevelopment projects in St. Louis County,
  eliminating blight and making reuse of vacant and unimproved property created through the acquisition and clearing of
  land by the FAA because of prior non-compatible use with Airport operations and for noise abatement purposes. Tenants
  of the incubator will be served by the Metrolink and located between the intersection of two major highways, and a
  international airport.




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  Other Economic Impacts:

  The business incubators have an 80% graduation rate and those businesses continue to grow and add employees to their
  payrolls. The construction of the facility will involve 25 percent minority-owned business and five percent women-owned
  businesses. The addition of this facility within the NorthPark Development will be another addition to this successful inner
  ring urban real estate redevelopment that already includes three new office buildings, a business center, a Hilton Gardens
  Inn, a College's National HQ and campus. It will further encourage others to build within the urban ring.

  In 2007, 60% of St. Louis Enterprise Center clients were minority-, women- or immigrant-owned. Recognizing the greater
  obstacles that historically disadvantaged businesses face, the program has reached out to these entrepreneurs to help
  promote their success. Moreover, two of the four facilities, including the Wellston incubator, have brought new small
  businesses to lower income communities, offering new employment opportunities to residents while expanding the tax
  base. Historically, graduate companies frequently have moved into commercial space in and around the communities in
  which the incubators are located, which extends the long term positive impact on those communities. The Enterprise
  Centers have helped a diverse range of businesses (including companies that have produced new innovations in the fields
  of medical devices, pharmaceuticals and IT) which have created quality products and services along with meaningful
  employment for over twenty years.



  Project Status:
              Design: Preliminary document completed
         Site control: Available
       Environmental: Assessment Complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: October 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The property site is already under control. Design is essentially complete due to the construction of 4 other Enterprise
  Centers. The St. Louis County Economic Council manages 4 other small business incubators, therefore the management
  team and operational procedures for this facility are currently in place. Will be part of an ongoing aggressively marketed
  redevelopment project.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Oakland Storm Water Improvements                                                      $1,425,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                        Oakland                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  Several areas of the City suffer from yard flooding, ponding of stormwater, street flooding, deposits of debris and
  sediment, and erosion of creek channel beds due to channel wall failure, flow in excess of the capacity of the storm
  sewer, and a cracked culvert. In order to increase public safety and better manage stormwater, the City would like to
  implement improvements recommended but not funded by MSD in 2007.


  Project Description:
  Project would repair/replace as needed the Culvert at Brent and Argonne, remove and replace the under capacity storm
  sewer at Baltimore Place and Liggett Avenue, and construct storm sewer and appurtenances and a reinforced concrete
  channel at Park Avenue.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Project will allow the City to better manage storm water in the City, improving both public safety and water quality in the
  area including the area of the Gravois Creek watershed
  area,                                           watershed.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     6                                            0                                  6


  Environmental Impacts:

  This project will enhance storm water management throughout the city, thus decreasing pooling and flooding of water on
  residential yards and streets, and reducing storm water damage to the Gravois Creek channel. Storm water management
  in the Gravois Creek watershed would be improved, thus positively impacting the environment of the region.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will improve the safety and environment of the region thus encouraging economic activity in the area.


  Project Status:
               Design: MSD Conceptual Studies complete
               R-O-W: n/a
        Environmental: n/a


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: estimated 6/2009
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: estimated 12/2010




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Old Bonhomme Road Reconstruction                                                      $1,165,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City          County Council Dist.

                         Missouri                   1                        Olivette                       2&5


  The "Change We Need"
  Old Bonhomme Road is a heavily traveled urban collector that connects Olive Boulevard with Dielman Road and Price
  Road, both of which are urban collector roadways that provide primary access to many residential streets in the
  community. Stacy Park (26 acres) and Old Bonhomme Elementary School are also accessed by Old Bonhomme Road.
  As a part of the recent Phase I of the I-64 shutdown, Old Bonhomme carried excessive traffic volumes. Said traffic has
  accelerated the deterioration of the street to the level where conditions are substandard and unsafe. Portions of Old
  Bonhomme Road need to be reconstructed.


  Project Description:

  Old Bonhomme has not had any significant repairs since it was overlaid more than 15 years ago. The concrete curbs
  along the length of road from Price to Olive are in such poor condition that they no longer properly direct water to
  stormwater inlet structures and storm water is in not adequately removed from the pavement surface and is flowing onto
  private property. The washboarding street condition at 4 way stop intersections is of major concern as it causes vehicles to
              q                             y                 y                            y                  p
  have inadequate contact with the roadway surface. The City has hired St. Louis County to take core samples at these
  intersections and found that the paving and subgrade conditions to be well below the current St. Louis County standard.



  Desired Outcomes:
  The City of Olivette would like the opportunity to bring Old Bonhomme Boulevard up to current road standards and
  eliminate the unnecessary vehicle wear and unsafe driving conditions that poor road and curb conditions create.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    15                                         200                                 215


  Environmental Impacts:
  Curbs are deteriorated and do not adequately direct stormwater to inlets. Instead, they allow runoff onto private property.
  Proposed improvements will insure runoff goes to prescribed inlets. Replacement of curbs also affords the opportunity to
  remove stormwater from the pavement surface, thus reducing the environmental impact of pavement fines being part of
  the stormwater runoff and also creating a safer driving condition. High plastic soil base under asphalt pavement presents
  a long term maintenance concern unless subgrade is removed and replaced with adequate material. Annual repairs
  needed to mill "washboard" condition off of the road surface and replace with new lifts of asphalt are environmentally
  wasteful of natural resources, labor, materials and limited funding. Cumulatively these issues present a negative impact
  on our environment and need to be corrected.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  It is the City’s goal to continue to maintain it’s current stable and growing property values. The real estate market depends
  on quality streets to bring prospective buyers to the City and presents a positive image of Olivette. This roadway provides
  direct access to the most highly appraised residential real estate in the City.




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  Project Status:
              Design: To be performed upon funding commitment
              R-O-W: Complete
       Environmental: To be performed upon funding commitment


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 3 months after funding commitment
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: 12 months after Start Construction


  Schedule Description:
  The City has core sample analyses of twelve street areas along Old Bonhomme Road that show the deficient paving and
  soil subbase. The City is also working to develop a scope of work for repairs and specifications per St. Louis County
  standards. Upon approval of project funding, the City would promptly initiate bidding of project per procurement
  procedures.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Failed Pavement,                           Failed Pavement,                            Failed Pavement,
          Curb and Gutter                            Curb and Gutter                             Curb and Gutter




      Failed Curb and Gutter                   Washboarding of Pavement                    Washboarding of Pavement




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Old State Road "B"                                                                    $18,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                      Wildwood                         7


  The "Change We Need"
  This project is the second of two phases in a plan to add capacity and increase safety on our arterial road network in West
  County. It will improve connections to commercial and retail centers. schools and parks. We will reduce the accident
  potential by providing a continuous center turn lane for exiting and entering traffic.


  Project Description:
  This project proposes to widen a well-traveled, north-south arterial road in a growing area of West St. Louis County. The
  plan will convert 1,700 feet of two-lane road to five lanes and 5,500 feet of two-lane road to three lanes. ADA-compliant
  sidewalks will be built along the entire project length. The design of this project was completed in 2003. The plans need
  minor updates. Right of Way has been acquired. The project has been on hold due to funding shortfalls.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved traffic flow and capacity on an important regional roadway, realignment of several severely skewed intersections,
  improved safety for drivers and pedestrians, improved access for all with ADA-accessible sidewalks, and greater
  economic stimulus for area businesses resulting from improved access.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                             Total

                                     45                                          0                                 45


  Environmental Impacts:
  Constructing this project will reduce delay along the corridor, thus reducing travel time, fuel consumption, and the amount
  of harmful emissions released into the environment, resulting in an improvement to air quality. Motorists traveling this
  stretch of Old State Road currently will no longer have to negotiate the roadway's unsafe, sharp, horizontal curves and
  intersections with poor sight distance.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Currently a significant number of properties in this area are not being utilized at their highest and best use. With the
  improvement of this roadway, we anticipate that the construction of this project will spur residential development in the
  area.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design Completed 2006; update will be complete May 2009
              R-O-W: March 2010
       Environmental: Completed March 17, 2004


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2011




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Olive Boulevard, Phase 2                                                            $6,200,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                  1                     Creve Coeur                     2&3


  The "Change We Need"
  Olive Blvd Project Phase 2 will improve traffic flow and safety on Olive Blvd, provide enhanced pedestrian facilities and
  improve aesthetics and economic development opportunities including planned future development of a new Creve Coeur
  downtown.


  Project Description:
  Olive Blvd is a state highway serving 40,000 cars per day. Although Creve Coeur's daytime population is only 16,750, its
  daytime population exceeds 40,000. Phase 2 consists of the following elements:
   - lane expansion east bound on Olive Blvd from New Ballas to Old Ballas, thereby providing three lanes in
        each direction;
   - replacement of traffic signal at New Ballas and Olive, and a new signalized intersection at Olive and Hamm ave;
   - installation of medians to improve access management on Olive Blvd from New Ballas to Old Ballas;
   - 8' accessible sidewalks
   - median lighting on Olive Blvd from New Ballas to Old Olive; in addition, median lighting on Olive from Mason Road
                  Creek
        to Cross Creek, where conduit has previously been installed;
   - undergrounding of power lines from Old Ballas to I-270; conduit has already been substantially installed;
   - Olive Phase 1, between Old Ballas Road and Craig Road, is funded by the Olive Blvd Transportation
        Development District (TDD); As prospects for TDD funding of the Olive Blvd Phase 2 are poor,
        Olive Phase 2 will become a City of Creve Coeur project if federal funding is secured.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Reduced congestion, better traffic flow, improved pedestrian facilities, economic development opportunities.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                         Total

                                   150                                         0                                 150


  Environmental Impacts:
  Olive Blvd Phase 2 will reduce congestion on a state highway.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Olive Phase 2 is an important component to the city's downtown plan, which envisions pedestrian-oriented, mixed use re-
  development, generating hundreds of new jobs over the next several years.


  Project Status:
              Design: complete
              R-O-W: some temporary and permanent easements must be obtained
       Environmental: n/a




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: 7/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: 6/1/2010


  Schedule Description:
  Construction will begin in July 2009, and is estimated to be completed in one year.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Peerless Park Sanitary Sewer Improvements                                               $1,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                        Valley Park                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Valley Park recently expanded it's municipal border and we likewise desire to also expand developable area in
  order to bring more industrial and commercial business to increase the City tax base.


  Project Description:
  New sanitary sewer improvements for anticipated new development of this recently annexed area.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The new sanitary sewers will allow this area to be developed as an new commercial/industrial area.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                      10                                            3                                  13


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will allow this area of the City of Valley Park to provide sanitary sewer piping, rather than installing septic
  systems.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  In addition to opening up this area for development, secondary economic benefits will include the maintenance required
  to maintain these facilities.


  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual
               R-O-W: Will be reviewed/obtained during design
        Environmental: Will be submitted for permitting by DNR


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The project will be designed by the end of 2009. Easement acquisition will occur during the design process. Construction
  to follow after design. Construction will take approximately 1 year. The City will ensure that adequate resources are used
  in the design process and will ensure a liquidated damages clause is enforced on the contractor.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Property Acquisition & Improvements                                                      $750,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                       Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  Acquire a site on which to construct a salt dome for road salt storage. This storage will provide the availability of salt
  during inclement weather.


  Project Description:
  Acquire a 3 to 4 acre site on which to construct a salt storage building and warehouse for street light poles and fixtures.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The city will be able to store their seasonal supply of salt out of the weather.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                     10                                              2                                12


  Environmental Impacts:
  Storing the salt in a weather tight dome will keep the salt in a more usable state as well as prevent some of it from being
  washed into the storm sewer system. Keeping salt brine from entering the county streams is one of the programs under
  the MS-4 plan.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Production of the parts for the salt dome will generate jobs in the manufacturing field while the installation of the salt dome
  will create jobs in the construction field.


  Project Status:
               Design: within 9 months of funding
               R-O-W: NA
        Environmental: NA


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 12 months of funding
       Interim Phasing: none
   Finish Construction: within 24 months of funding


  Schedule Description:
  Staff member will be assigned to monitor project progress




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Railroad Bridge Replacement                                                           $35,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                       Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  The present railroad bridge over Lindbergh Blvd. at the Hazelwood-Bridgeton city limits was constructed in 1933. At that
  time Lindbergh Blvd. was a two lane road. Now Lindbergh Blvd. is six lanes wide on each side of the railroad bridge and
  narrows down to four narrow lanes under the bridge with no shoulders or divider between the opposing lanes of traffic
  creating is a safety issue. It needs to be upgraded.


  Project Description:
  Replacement of the existing railroad bridge over Lindbergh Blvd with a new bridge.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Three lanes of traffic in each direction will be able pass under the bridge, improving vehicular and pedestrian safety.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     36                                           0                                 36


  Environmental Impacts:
  Currently there are 4 substandard lanes passing under the bridge with no divider between the north bound and south
  bound lanes. The current bridge acts as a choke point slowing the flow of traffic as well as creates a safety hazard with
  opposing traffic trying to get through in narrow lanes. Constructing a longer bridge will open the area under the bridge to
  allow for three lanes of traffic to travel in each direction plus construct a median barrier.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Replacing the current bridge with a new bridge that will allow for the better flow of traffic will encourage development of the
  surrounding areas because of it's location close to the St. Louis International Airport.


  Project Status:
               Design: can be completed within 12 months of funding
               R-O-W: existing
        Environmental: none


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 16 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 36 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  Could use design build approach.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Regional Collaboration Center                                                         $12,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri               1, 2, & 3                    Various                        All 7


  The "Change We Need"

  Currently Higher Education, K-12 and the Healthcare industry work independently of one another with regards to IT
  infrastructure and information services. This results in a duplication of services, inefficiency and excess expenditures.
  These organizations will become much more effective in the delivery of education and healthcare to the community if there
  is a focal point Regional Collaboration Center which allows a free exchange of solutions and best practices to improve
  organizational effectiveness on a regional basis. Furthermore, educators and healthcare can work directly to improve the
  pipeline of students interested in healthcare and IT related careers. Communications between the Regional Collaboration
  Center and the community will be maintained through the innovate use of Internet portals for both education, public health
  and IT technology. The proposed portals will be developed will be developed by the Cooperating School Districts,
  Washington University Medical School and the IT Coalition.



  Project Description:
  A Regional Collaboration Center that brings together Higher Education, the K-12 community, Healthcare, Life Sciences,
  Energy Management and IT organizations to improve the delivery and effectiveness of educational and healthcare related
  programs and information services. At the Regional Collaboration Center representatives from Higher Ed, K-12, the
  Healthcare industry and local IT organizations will share regional best practices and methods by which to improve
  educational opportunity and outcomes, create jobs, enable new high tech businesses, lower costs and improve
  efficiencies by sharing IT applications, services and infrastructure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Education: More effective delivery of education to students resulting in more technical career graduates in the St. Louis
  area. Significant cost reduction for IT expenditures for schools and improved efficiencies. Healthcare: More effective
  delivery of healthcare services with significant reduction of costs for both patients and hospitals alike.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                     60                                          10                                  70


  Environmental Impacts:
  By using shared IT services a significant reduction in the amount of energy currently being used by hundreds of servers
  across the region could be reduced. This would help to lower the emissions foot print of the St. Louis area.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  A Regional Collaboration Center will highlight the improved organizational efficiency of education and healthcare
  organizations alike. As a result the Regional Collaboration Center will create new high tech job opportunity, attract higher
  skilled technical workers and management to the educational, healthcare and IT sectors as well as our region.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Design would begin March 2009, Project Bid April 2009, Announce Contractor May 2009
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: N/A


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing: August 2009
   Finish Construction: November 2009


  Schedule Description:
  A steering committee and Board will agree on aspects of construction and timelines. The steering committee will work
  closely with contractors to assure that construction is met on schedule.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Regional K-12 Energy Management Service and Matching Fund                           $1,600,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City      County Council District

                         Missouri               1, 2 & 3                    Various                      All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  Currently K-12 schools have a wide range of energy management options, unfortunately many schools use older methods
  of energy conservation with poor efficiency and high energy bills. Through the proposed Regional Exchange energy
  management ecosystem, all the schools in the St. Louis area could be under an energy management umbrella and
  monitoring system that could dramatically lower our regions energy consumption as well as significantly impact the carbon
  and emissions foot print of our region.


  Project Description:
  The St. Louis Regional Exchange would provide energy management services to hindered school districts in the St. Louis
  area. The energy management service would provide for each school to have a secure web based energy management
  portal database that would monitor all forms of energy consumption including electricity, natural gas, oil and steam and
  provide for billing compliance with the utilities. This method has been proven to work with the State of MO government
  buildings. Energy savings of up to 30% have been reported. This HIGHLY significant reduction in energy costs could then
  be enjoyed by K-12 schools. In addition a $1000 assessment fee per building matching fund would be made available to
    h l that h          to    ti i t
  schools th t choose t participate.


  Desired Outcomes:
  On average provide for a 15% cost reduction for energy by K-12 schools. Share best practices for energy conservation
  amongst schools and the surrounding municipalities. Municipal, County governments and healthcare organizations could
  then also elect to use the same energy management system.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                        Total

                                   200                                         20                                220


  Environmental Impacts:
  Significantly reduce the carbon and emission footprint created by the one hundred K-12 schools in the St. Louis area. This
  is a significant number that should not be underestimated considering the large number of buildings and square footage
  represented by the school districts.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This same energy management ecosystem could then be shared amongst other not for profit organizations including
  healthcare and municipal governments.


  Project Status:
               Design: The energy management system is in use by the State of Missouri today. However the system will
                       need to be upgraded to handle and larger number of participating organizations and hosted in a site
                       convenient for local school to access.




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Development: March 2009
   Beta Release/Pilot: May 2009
  Finish Development: June 2009


  Schedule Description:
  A Cooperating School Districts steering committee and program coordinator will provide oversight, selection criteria and
  matching funds to schools that wish to participate in the energy management ecosystem. Engineering oversight to the
  additional software development that needs to be done will be provided by the St. Louis Regional Exchange.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Road Construction - Maplewood                                                           $4,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                       Maplewood                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  Cities need help with improving infrastructure that has been deteriorating for decades. Maplewood is centrally located and
  connected to many other municipalities. As an area that is heavily traveled by drivers from around the region, improved
  roads will help more than just our residents. These road projects will improve our city and at the same time provide
  employment and funds for local businesses who will provide the goods and services.


  Project Description:
  Rebuild the following streets that are beyond repair and have had no major work done on them for at least 35 years:
  Bartold-south of Hanley, Oakland, Flora- Laclede to Big Bend, Walter, Roseland Terrace- Richmond to Lyndover,
  Burgess, Comfort- Laclede to Oakland, Margarette, Lyndover- Bellevue to Yale, Marshall, Martini, and Williams.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improved streets that result in homeowners improving their property after after the city invests in their neighborhood.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                            Total

                                     20                                            0                                   20


  Environmental Impacts:
  New streets will result in less use of salt to de-ice. The city will use a corn based product on the new streets for de-icing.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  These road improvements, in addition to providing construction jobs, the project will provide the purchase of goods and
  services from vendors in Saint Louis County that will help to sustain local businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: Complete 3/30/2009
               R-O-W: Already own
        Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: 5/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: 4/30/2010




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  Schedule Description:
  Once the City of Maplewood is notified that the for the project is available, we can have the project bid and contracts
  signed in 45 days.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Road Enhancement Projects                                                             $8,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                      Hazelwood                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  Hanley Road and Lindbergh Blvd. are both deteriorating parts of Hazelwood and by enhancing them, the economic activity
  of existing business would be encouraged and pedestrian traffic would increase.


  Project Description:
  The Project is two streetscape projects which would include plant materials, benches, bus shelters, historical-style lighting,
  special sidewalk paving, and street signage, to preserve the local character. Plan access management will increase the
  driving safety factor along the corridor.


  Desired Outcomes:
  1) Beautification of the City of Hazelwood.
  2) The overall enhanced appearance will certainly spur economic activity at commercial establishments.
  3) The planned access management will increase the driving safety factor along corridor.
                           traffic.
  4) Increase pedestrian traffic
  5) Providing a sense of place by preserving local character.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                   105                                            5                                  110


  Environmental Impacts:
  The planting of trees and bushes along these corridors will green up the streetscape and help improve air quality.
  Increasing the desirability to walk the corridor will reduce the need to use vehicles. The bus shelters will encourage
  individuals to use the mass transit system instead of vehicles.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Enhancing the streetscape of these corridors will encourage business activity which would lead to expansion of jobs and
  location of new business along the corridors.


  Project Status:
               Design: Not done at present; will take six months
                         Most of the project is currently in City's R-O-W easements and any addition R-O-W can be done
               R-O-W:
                         during design six months plus three additional months
       Environmental: The six months period of design and 3 months of R-O-W the environment will be completed.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Once awarded project, 9 months for engineering and design, R-O-W, and environment.
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Nine months to complete construction; total project length 18 months.




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  Schedule Description:
  As soon as projects approved engineering and design will be hired requesting a rush in completion, they will also
  simultaneously doing easements and R-O-W and get environmental clearance. Construction companies will be contacted
  and informed of the need to complete the project by the end of 2010 and they will be selected and start work as soon as
  possible.


  Supporting Graphics:




                       Hanley Arial                                                    Lindbergh Arial




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Road Reconstruction - Hazelwood                                                         $4,600,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  Upgrade streets in the city to meet the city standard.


  Project Description:
  The city still has many streets that have deteriorated surfaces and some that do not have concrete curbs and gutters ; the
  road rebilitation projects will replace structurely deficient pavement to improve ridability through our city. The work will also
  consist of replacing sections of badly deteriorated curbs.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The appearance of our neighborhoods will be drastically improved.Traffic will be able to move through our City without
  encountering pot holes and other pavement deficiencies. The street would meet the city standard and would be easier and
  less costly to maintain.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                            Total

                                     19                                            1                                   20


  Environmental Impacts:
  Repairing these streets will allow storm water run off to enter the storm sewer system and prevent standing water from
  freezing in winter months; it will allow traffic to move more freely over these streets reducing travel time and exhaust
  emmisions; since motorists will encounter fewer obsticals the vehicles will require fewer repairs and there will also be less
  debris that will need to be sweep up to keep it out of the storm sewer system and the receiving streams; paving
  substandard streets would cut down on dust as well as reduce the amount of particulate matter being washed into the
  streams serving these areas.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Making these improvements now provides work for people employed in the construction industry; It makes it easier for
  people living in the improvement area to get to their jobs upon completion of the work. Good streets encourage the
  construction of new homes and businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: completed
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 90 days of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 270 days of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  City will asign an individual to monitor this project to keep it on schedule.


  Supporting Graphics:




       Poor Street Conditions                          Poor Street Conditions     Poor Street Conditions




       Poor Street Conditions                          Poor Street Conditions     Poor Street Conditions




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Route 141 Missing Link - Finish 141                                                  $200,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                         Maryland Heights,
                           Missouri                1&2                     Chesterfield,                     2&3
                                                                          Town & Country


  The "Change We Need"
  Smart infrastructure means jobs. We have a missing link of an "outer belt" that complements the I-270/255 loop around
  the St. Louis metropolitan region. Completing this 3.3-mile gap will enable greater regional mobility, and supports the build-
  out of 28-33 million square feet of land with an estimated impact of $20 billion over 20 years.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a four- to six-lane limited-access connection between I-64 and Rte 364 (Page Avenue) in west/northwest
  St. Louis County. The project will be done in partnership with the Missouri Department of Transportation. It is the final
  "missing link" in a long-planned "outer belt" for this part of the County.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Completing the outer belt will: decrease travel time, improve air quality, improve level of service, increase route choice,
  improve regional connectivity and support economic opportunity.
  i          i   l        ti it     d       t         i       t it


  Job Creation:           Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                          Total

                                    560                                        8,500                               9,060


  Environmental Impacts:
  We will establish over 18 acres of new wetlands in the watershed. We will improve air quality due to the reduced travel
  distance of the anticipated 28,000 motorists a day who will use the new road.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  We estimate that the future development that is spurred by the construction of the outer belt will generate approximately
  $13 million in additional tax revenue per year. The reduced travel distance for an anticipated 28,000 daily motorists means
  reduced annual gas consumption of approximately 823 gallons of gas. At $3.00 per gallon, that is an annual savings to the
  motoring community of approximately $900,000.


  Project Status:
                          I-64 to Conway: Design Complete May 2009; Conway to Olive: Design Complete November 2009;
                Design:
                          Olive to Page: Design Complete May 2010
                          I-64 to Conway: R/W Acquired N/A; Conway to Olive: R/W Acquired November 2009;
                R-O-W:
                          Olive to Page: R/W Acquired May 2010
                          I-64 to Conway: NEPA Completed; Conway to Olive: NEPA Completed; Olive to Page:
        Environmental:
                          NEPA June 2009




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
                          I-64 to Conway: Start July 2009; Conway to Olive: Start March 2010; Olive to Page:
    Start Construction:
                          Start July 2010

       Interim Phasing:

                          I-64 to Conway: Complete August 2010; Conway to Olive: Complete December 2011;
   Finish Construction:
                          Olive to Page: Complete December 2011


  Schedule Description:
  Practical design methodology will be used to reduce project costs. We will pre-buy right-of-way based on general concept
  plans and environmental documentation to accelerate the project schedule.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                               Approximate Limits of Construction




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Sanitary Sewer Improvements - Hazelwood                                                 $1,650,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                        Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  The "Change We Need" Is to get the homes in parts of our City connected to the public sanitary sewer system and off
  failing septic systems in Woodcrest and Burke City.


  Project Description:
  Connect all the remaining homes in the former Burke City and Woodcrest areas that are still on septic systems to the
  public sanitary sewers. While some sanitary sewers were installed in the community in the late 1970's, at the time of their
  installation a number of homes did not connect to the system. A number of the remaining septic systems are failing
  creating a health hazard.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Elimination of sewage running across neighbors properties and in the gutters of the city streets and into the creeks where
  the storm water runs.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     44                                             1                                  45


  Environmental Impacts:
  Construction of this project will result in better water quality in the streams that are a part of the storm water system for this
  part of the community.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Keeping sewage out of the streams and rivers makes the use of the streams and rivers more enjoyable.


  Project Status:
               Design: can be completed within 6 months of funding
               R-O-W: can be completed within 6 months of funding
        Environmental: can be completed within 6 months of funding


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 18 months of funding


  Schedule Description:
  Project will be under the direct supervision of a city staff member.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Sappington Road Enhancements - Oakland                                                $510,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                   3                        Oakland                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  Sappington Road is poorly lit and in need of improved signage.


  Project Description:
  The project will install decorative street lighting along Sappington Road from West Lockwood to Big Bend and install a new
  landscaped city monument island at the intersection with Big Bend.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The decorative lighting will continue the lighting installed on other portions of Sappington and Holmes Avenue pursuant to
  STP projects already completed or in process thus enhancing efforts to make this part of the region more pedestrian and
  bicyclist friendly in order to reduce automobile traffic in the region. The landscaped island will increase City green space
  and improve signage for pedestrian/bicyclist traffic as well as automobiles.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    2                                            0                                  2


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will make Saint Louis County a greener place, reduce congestion, reduce gas consumption, improve air
  quality and reduce green-house gases by encouraging pedestrian and bicycle travel in the region and to neighborhood
  schools, parks and clubs including the Henry Hough School building and playground, the Kirkwood Early Childhood Center
  and Westborough Country Club.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Access to area businesses, schools and attractions will be improved in the area thereby positively impacting economic
  activity in the region


  Project Status:
              Design: n/a
              R-O-W: n/a
       Environmental: n/a


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: estimated 1/2010
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: estimated 12/2010




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Scudder Road Access Improvements                                                      $42,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                             Berkley,
                         Missouri                    1                                                      1
                                                                             Kinloch


  The "Change We Need"
  This project is about providing economic opportunity for low-income communities that suffered greatly from the buy-out for
  the Lambert St. Louis International Airport expansion. The construction of a full-access interchange will provide direct
  access to these communities and the 550 acres positioned for redevelopment as "NorthPark." Poor site access currently
  limits commercial investment and community revitalization in the area.


  Project Description:
  To support the largest reinvestment project in the St. Louis area, we will build a full-access interchange at Scudder Road
  and I-170 in north St. Louis County. This will provide improved accessibility to new business centers in three
  predominately African-American, low-income, disinvested communities.


  Desired Outcomes:
  $7 billion in economic development upon full build-out of NorthPark, 12,000 jobs added to the St. Louis economy, 25%
  minority owned businesses involved in NorthPark.
  minority-owned                        NorthPark


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                            Total

                                   120                                       12,000                             12,120


  Environmental Impacts:
  Upon completion, the improved road and signal network will cause a net emissions drop by approximately 30% over 20
  years by efficiently accommodating increased traffic demand. The NorthPark developer has committed to incorporate
  LEED (green) designed buildings into their mixed-use development.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Direct economic impact of approximately $7 billion is expected upon completion of NorthPark, at least one-fourth of which
  will be directed to minority-owned businesses.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design complete in September 2010
              R-O-W: Right-of-way cleared in September 2010
       Environmental: NEPA process complete in March 2009


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: December 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2012




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  Schedule Description:
  Practical design methodology will be used to reduce project costs; we will prebuy right of way based on general concept
  plans and environmental documentation to accelerate the project schedule; the right-of-way acquisition will start prior to
  having the Access Justification Report approved by all necessary agencies.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                 Preliminary Plan for Scudder




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Sidewalk Improvements - Hazelwood                                                      $3,400,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  The City needs to Install sidewalks in areas of the community not currently served by sidewalks. Pedestrians in these
  areas must currently walk in the street. Also, constructing sidewalks near new schools will allow children to walk to school
  rather than being bussed.


  Project Description:
  Construct sidewalks in residential and commercial areas where they do not currently exist. Many of the subdivisions in our
  community were constructed during a period when sidewalks were not required as part of the development. As a result
  children and walkers traveling along a street to school or otherwise will suddenly run out of sidewalk to walk on and will
  end up walking in the street where they could be hit by a bicycle or vehicle.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Providing a safe place for children to walk to school and for residents to get exercise.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                     20                                            0                                  20


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will allow people to move about the community by walking instead of using their vehicle which will result in
  reduced vehicle emmissions. If the children are able to walk safely to school they will no longer need to be bussed. This
  will lower the corbon foot print for the schools bus program. In addition it wil provide a safe way for residents to get their
  exercise.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction of these sidewalks will make it easier for residents to walk to a major shopping area.


  Project Status:
               Design: Minimum required
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 7 months of funding
       Interim Phasing: none
   Finish Construction: within 18 months of project funding




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  Schedule Description:
  City staff member will be asigned to keep project on track.


  Supporting Graphics:




                    Sidewalks Needed                                     Sidewalks Needed




                 Sidewalk Repair Needed                             Sidewalk Gaps Need Fill In




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Small Business Growth Bond Program                                                     $5,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                 1,2,3                   St. Louis County                     All


  The "Change We Need"
  While this program is similar to the U.S. Small Business Association 504 Loan Program, it is much more streamlined and
  user-friendly. While the 504 has been an important financing vehicle since 1981, this program would be the second
  generation, entrepreneurial improvement to the 504. It would not eliminate the need for the 504, but rather be a valued
  alternative to it.


  Project Description:
  A fixed asset (land, building, machinery, equipment) loan program, in partnership with banks, that would allow small
  businesses better access to growth capital. This program will self-fund after employing the $5 million via fees charged to
  the borrowers. The $5 million would be used to collateralize a letter of credit from a bank. The letter of credit would secure
  taxable bonds that would be sold to institutional or other investors. The proceeds from the bonds would then be lent by St.
  Louis County Economic Council to a small business concern. That loan would represent 40% of the project's total cost.
  Like the 504, a bank would lend 50% of the total, and the small business would inject 10%.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Better and faster access to fixed asset financing for expanding small businesses i S Louis C
  B        df                 fi d        fi    i f          di      ll b i        in St. L i County.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                                Total

                                     0                                           100                                  100


  Environmental Impacts:
  No impact.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  In addition to the jobs resulting from the initial $5 million, the program would continue to operate without further
  government assistance, thus creating more jobs and facilitating further economic development.


  Project Status:
               Design: N/A
          Site control: N/A
        Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
   Start Construction: Can be implemented immediately
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction:




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  South County Connector at Hanley and Manchester                                     $80,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                           Maplewood,
                         Missouri                   3                                                        5
                                                                           Brentwood


  Project Description:
  This project will efficiently connect people in unincorporated St. Louis County to jobs near the County seat by rebuilding
  the densely congested intersection of Hanley and Manchester Roads with a Median U-Turn Interchange (MUTI). Hanley
  would be improved to a six-lane parkway with pedestrian accommodation and improved access to transit.


  The "Change We Need"
  This project is part of St. Louis County's overall plans to strengthen its core infrastructure and improve access to jobs,
  especially for lower-income workers. The proposed congestion reduction plan will bring opportunity to low-income areas by
  connecting them to jobs in the vibrant and affluent county seat. We will improve vehicular mobility while also facilitating
  safe pedestrian and bicycle opportunities. This renewed infrastructure will also improve linkages to interstates and light
  rail, thereby providing users with greater choices in transportation modes.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The project will connect disadvantaged residents to jobs; provide badly needed congestion relief to the north-south
  arterials in the inner County core; increase capacity at the Hanley/Manchester Road intersection; support mode choice;
  and enhance safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and light rail users.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                   170                                        2,000                              2,170


  Environmental Impacts:
  By facilitating the flow of more than 60,000 vehicles per day through this intersection, we will Improve the region's air
  quality. Access to jobs and worker productivity will also be enhanced by reduced travel times along this key transportation
  corridor.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  These road improvements are adjacent to 16-acre and 42-acre parcels whose build-out (over 20 years) as walkable,
  mixed-use, transit-oriented developments will help reposition the County for the future and help counter growing urban
  sprawl.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design completed by 9-30-2010
              R-O-W: Right-of-way cleared by 9-30-2010
       Environmental: NEPA process complete by 9-30-09




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  Project Schedule: (assume funds available 3/2009)
    Start Construction: December 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2011 (shorten)


  Schedule Description:
  Practical design methodology will be used to reduce project costs. We will pre-buy right-of-way based on general concept
  plans and environmental documentation to accelerate the project schedule.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                      Artist Rendering




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  South County Mall - Infrastructure Improvements                                      $40,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                   3                     South County                       6


  The "Change We Need"
  Strengthening America's transportation infrastructure requires an investment in projects that will yield concrete economic
  benefits. This infrastructure improvement project meets this criteria. It represents an opportunity to invest in the
  improvement of public roadways that serve a thriving retail complex looking for opportunities to expand. The benefits of
  this expansion will come in the form of additional economic activity at the retail complex, an increase in tax revenues, and
  new employment opportunities for the residents of the St. Louis bi-state region. From a neighborhood perspective, this
  mall is located in the South County/Lemay community, one of St. Louis County's distressed areas. By investing in one of
  our retail centers we will prevent further decline and provide jobs for those who live in the area.


  Project Description:
  This project consists of improving and extending Union Road, widening Lemay Ferry Road to accommodate access to the
  Westfield South County Shopping Center, improving levels of service on surrounding public roads, and the construction of
  a parking structure to accommodate the projected increase in new customers. The retail expansion will include a new
  anchor tenant and other retail additions.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Once this project is built, the most significant outcome will the creation of new jobs. The retail expansion will increase the
  property tax base by approximately $40 million and gross sales revenues will generate an additional $1 million annually.
  Our efforts will help strengthen our tax base so that we may generate revenues that will help us make additional public
  service investments. Finally, the development will have a significant and positive impact on the mall, preventing blight and
  decay.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                       Permanent                             Total

                                   140                                           0                                 140


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will make Saint Louis County a greener place by making public infrastructure improvements that will allow
  retail expansion to occur at an existing commercial site in which there are already urban services. These roadway
  improvements are likely to aid in lowering energy consumption as they will improve the traffic flow and reduce the amount
  of time drivers sit idling in their vehicles as they attempt to negotiate the area surrounding the shopping center. In
  addition, the project team will work with representatives of the new retail anchor to ensure that green building principles
  are considered in the construction of their new 180,000 square foot facility.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project facilitates the expansion of a revenue-generating activity which would create new jobs and enhance
  commerce in our area. It is important to note that though the estimated cost of these public infrastructure improvements is
  $40 million, they leverage a total investment of $90 million dollars when the mall expansion is taken into account. Bringing
  a new anchor tenant to the complex will also bring indirect economic benefits through the purchase of goods and materials
  during the construction process and through secondary purchases by new businesses as the project progresses. Retail
  expansion within St. Louis County will increase sales and property tax revenues and assist the County in providing needed
  services to residents.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Anticipated completion date July 2009
              R-O-W: Anticipated completion date July 2009
       Environmental: No known issues at this time

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Spring 2010

  Schedule Description:
  In order to evaluate this project, the project team commissioned both a traffic impact study as well as a construction
  feasibility report in 2007. These reports form the technical foundation for this project and will allow the project team to
  move quickly in finalizing the engineering and construction documents so we can begin construction as soon as project
  funding is awarded. The project team plans to continue working in a collaborative fashion with the Missouri Department of
  Transportation, St. Louis County Highways and Traffic, and area residents and businesses to coordinate construction
  activity. The team will explore the use of the design-build project delivery method currently being used in the I-64 highway
  reconstruction project in St. Louis. The design-build method combines both the design and construction phases into a
  single contract, allowing these phases to proceed concurrently while saving both time and resources.


  Supporting Graphics:




    South County Mall Location                    South County Mall Site Plan             Pro




        Traffic Impact Study                   Construction Feasibility Report




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  St. Louis Regional Exchange                                                          $25,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri               1, 2 & 3                     Various                       All 7


  The "Change We Need"

  Currently education, healthcare and government use network infrastructure and IT services are independent of one
  another. This independent approach promotes poor inter-organizational communications, duplication of network
  infrastructure and IT resources, inefficiency, high operating costs and excessive use of energy. By providing fiber and
  broadband equal access to education, healthcare, government resources and job creation services, our region will benefit
  dramatically in the terms of cost reduction for human services as well as sustainable job creation. The Regional Exchange
  will enable the transformation of education, healthcare and government services through the use of collaborative
  governance, shared IT infrastructure and energy management services. This same collaborative approach can also be
  used by healthcare and government to move individual initiatives forward. We need to bridge the digital divide and provide
  access for underserved communities and lower income residents.



  Project Description:
  To promote the broadband economic development and security of our community by enabling the use of shared fiber and
  broadband network infrastructure, Information Technology services and regional governance. Transform and enable
  education, healthcare and government services for the benefit of our community. To bridge the digital divide and enable
  the community at large, provide affordable access to underserved communities and lower income residents.


  Special Note:
  This project will make use of existing fiber and broadband infrastructure (currently not in use) to accomplish the
  connectivity needed between the community and the participating educational, medical and government organizations. In
  addition, existing fiber and broadband infrastructure will be used to provide improved access and services to the lower
  income and digital divide community.


  Desired Outcomes:

  Enable underserved areas and lower income residents to have affordable access that connects them to the community at
  large, as well as educational and health resources and jobs. Enable K-12 schools to offer more technology and
  healthcare related career paths and attract and retain students to live in the St. Louis area. Enable hospitals to work more
  efficiently among one another while improving communications between dissimilar healthcare organizations. Enable the
  sharing of medical records and images and comply with industry standards such as HIPPA through the use of
  collaborative governance and shared infrastructure and IT services. Improve the communication and delivery of services
  between government and the community. Dramatically improve the operating effectiveness of IT services for education,
  healthcare and government while reducing the monthly recurring cost of network infrastructure and IT services. Through
  the use of shared energy management services reduced the energy consumption of attached buildings by 15%.



  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                   350                                          15                                 365




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  Environmental Impacts:
  Through the shared use of energy management services and shared infrastructure reduce energy consumption and
  emissions footprint of regionally attached education, healthcare and government buildings by 15 %. Long term goal to
  reduce energy consumption and emissions footprint of all K-12 schools in the State of MO by 15 %.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Significant cost reduction and improved efficiencies for IT services used by K-12 schools, health care and government.
  Dramatically improve the long term workforce development potential of our region. Dramatically improve the attractiveness
  of the St. Louis area for Information Technology based businesses. Aid in the attraction and retention of jobs on a local,
  national and international basis.


  Project Status:
  The Regional Exchange has been in successful operation for four years with twenty two member organizations including
  the State of MO (OA). A Letter of Cooperation is in place with the Cooperating School District (CSD) to develop a plan to
  interconnect sixty-five school districts to the Regional Exchange membership (in cooperation with MOREnet) for the
  purposes of enhanced educational opportunity, long term workforce development and cost reduction for IT services.


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
  Q1 - 2009 January 27th announce Phase 1 plan to interconnect K-12 schools to the Regional Exchange.
  Q2 - develop Phase II plans for a regional fiber ring to support education, healthcare and government.
  Q3 - 2009 announce Phase II plans to acquire regional fiber ring.
                 id    begin installation of regional fib ring.
  Q3 - 2009 providers b i i         ll i    f     i   l fiber i
  Q4 - 2009 finish installation of regional fiber ring.
  Q4 - 2010 interconnect regional fiber ring with rural healthcare and rural K-12 schools.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Street Improvement Plan - Rock Hill                                                   $6,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                   3                       Rock Hill                        5


  The "Change We Need"
  As a result of inadequate infrastructure funding from our City's General Obligation Bond, Capital Improvement, Parks &
  Stormwater and General Fund revenues have been used to make up for the major short falls in funding to complete
  essential capital projects. Staffing levels in all departments have been cut, park projects scrapped, construction of a new
  City Hall postponed, and other major Capital purchases eliminated from past, present and future budgets. The City of
  Rock Hill has a number of streets that need to be either repaired or replaced and presently, we do not have enough
  money to do the necessary work. Significant cost over runs were encountered during past attempts to improve City
  infrastructure and storm water issues were much worse than originally anticipated.


  Project Description:

  Many of the streets in the City of Rock Hill were built over 50 years ago and do not have adequate storm water run off load
  capacities to be properly discharged. As a result many yards, homes, and streets flood on a frequent basis. This project
  will properly repair and replace curbs, inlets and pipes to accomodate water runoff and prevent residential flooding.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Improve our street infrastructure and water inlet system: Streets provide the highest public value to our residents since
  everyone uses them and properly replacing/repairing them will solve many of our financial problems for years to come.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                    30                                          6                                 36


  Environmental Impacts:
  The City does not anticipate any negative environmental impact during construction of these improvements. In fact, these
  improvements will utilize best management practices for roadway construction and limit particulate entry into the storm
  water system. New inlet system will contibute to less flooding and better water control.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  By completing the much needed street work for the City, redistributed funds can go back to being used to restore staffing
  levels in all City departments, fully funding the Uniform Pension Fund for Police and Fire personnel, doing more Parks and
  Recreation projects that have been shelved, buying a new Fire Truck to replace the present one that is 13 years old and
  does not meet the new emission standards.


  Project Status:
              Design: Street Innventory and Improvement Completed by Engineer; Design completed on half the streets.
              R-O-W: Shelved due to lack of funding at the present time
       Environmental: No issues




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring or Early Summer 2009
                        Complete Design Work, Begin ROW work, Bid Out Project, Pre-Bid Meeting,
       Interim Phasing:
                        Bid Opening, Awark K.
   Finish Construction: Late Fall or Early Spring of the Following year.

  Schedule Description:
  The Professional Engineering firm that the City contracts with specializes in assisting Municipalities through out the St.
  Louis area and has been doing so for the last 40 years. Many creative solutions have been developed from inumerable
  unique situations that this firm (PH Weis and Associates) has encountered during the course of their existence as a
  business.


  Supporting Graphics:




                    Improvement Plan                                                   Pavement Rating Map




                    Street Report Cost




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Suburban Avenue & Brotherton Lane Lighting - Ferguson                                  $500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Ferguson                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  The residents in the neighborhoods surrounding Suburban Avenue and Brotherton Lane are fighting hard to reclaim their
  streets from crime, get high school kids off the streets and back in school, and reinvigorate their community. This project
  will make the streets safer for the residents and for students who walk to school.


  Project Description:
  This project provides improved lighting and upgraded poles and light fixtures on Suburban Avenue and Brotherton Lane.
  Suburban Avenue was recently renovated to improve traffic flow from a major development and to improve a neighborhood.
  Brotherton Lane was recently improved to include sidewalks in front of two schools - a grade school and a high school.
  The proposed lighting on this street will improve the safety and appearance inside a school zone.


  Desired Outcomes:
  These projects will improve safety and security for residents and for visitors to these neighborhoods and schools. It will
  also improve visibility for motorists on a busy thoroughfare and near two schools. It will have the added benefit of improving
  the appearance of two neighborhoods and schools.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total
                                   8-10                                           0                                 8-10


  Environmental Impacts:
  The updated light fixtures are more energy efficient while providing better lighting for safety and security for the residents
  and students of the schools and homes within these two neighborhoods.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The updated light fixtures are more energy efficient. They also will help 1) ensure the safety and security of motorists who
  use this route to travel between the downtown business district and the new business park; 2) improve safety and security
  for the students who walk to school on this route and for the homes in these two neighborhoods. Funding will go to the
  manufacture of the poles and fixtures and for shipping, installation, electricians, and ongoing cost of operating the fixtures,
  including maintenance, repairs, and bulbs/parts replacement.


  Project Status:
              Design: Completed
              R-O-W: Completed
       Environmental: Prepared

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: January / February 2009
       Interim Phasing: 2/1/2009
   Finish Construction: March / April 2009




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  Schedule Description:
  We will work diligently with the contractors to make this schedule work efficiently and install the lighting as soon as possible
  for this project. We already have the post and fixtures and all hardware ordered and being manufactured. The construction
  crew and electricians are ready to start as soon as the materials arrive.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Teson Road Watermain Extension                                                           $500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to be able to provide potable water for drinking and cooking to the homes along Teson Road and to the City's
  Sports Complex. This improvement will also provide an uninterrupted supply of water for fire protection in this area.


  Project Description:
  Extend watermain from where it currently ends on Teson Road to the end of Teson Road at Aubuchon Road to provide
  potable water and fire service to the homes along Teson Road and to the City's Sports Complex.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Currently the residents and the City must have potable water trucked in. Constructing this watermain extension will provide
  a continuous supply of potable water to these homes and the City's sport complex. Constructing this watermain extension
  will also provide a source of water for fighting fires.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                     26                                             6                                  32




  Other Economic Impacts:
  Providing a reliable water source to this area could result in this area going from agricultural to industrial resulting in jobs
  to construct additional infrastructure, buildings for employment and development.


  Project Status:
               Design: within 6 months of funding
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 14 months of funding

  Schedule Description:
  Project will be assigned to a staff person who can assure it is completed on time and within budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Town & Country Curb and Gutter Improvements                                             $3,600,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                       3


  The "Change We Need"
  Due to budget constraints, the City has deferred the placement of curb and gutter improvements on 31 separate streets.
  These streets are scheduled to receive a much more modest resurfacing treatment in the 2010 / 2011 budget cycles but
  will be expanded to include new curb and gutter if selected.


  Project Description:
  This project would include the installation of new concrete curb and getter sections to replace existing dilapidated curbing.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Public health will be improved with the supply of more effective storm water drainage and the decrease in stagnant pooling
  of surface waters on the selected streets.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     14                                             0                                  14


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will decrease the amount of sedimentation making its way into our waterways endangering aquatic life and
  altering the character of local, regional and national waterways.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring 2010
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Fall 2011


  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Town & Country - Highways 270 / 141 / 40
                                                                                         $12,000,000
  Right-of-way Enhancements


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                       3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Town & Country preliminarily studied the possibility of enhancements to the greenscape of the Highway
  141 / 40 corridors. This was intended to minimize the impact of the multi-lane highways to the City as a whole.


  Project Description:
  This project would involve the design and installation of landscape features and public art to reduce the impact of the
  highways and create an enhanced quality of life for the adjacent residents and passing motorists.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The public welfare will be improved by the increased usefulness of outdoor living spaces and the recovery of depressed
  property values for impacted residents


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                     48                                             0                                  48


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will provide long term control of negative impacts from the increased highway traffic seen over the past
  several decades. Air quality improvements from the use of increased plant material and decreased noise and visual
  pollution is anticipated.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: Summer / Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost

  Town & Country Public Works Storage Facility                                            $1,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                       3


  The "Change We Need"
  The Department of Public Works does not currently have a manner in which to store equipment and materials in a
  controlled environment.


  Project Description:
  This project would involve the design and construction of a new facility on property currently owned by the City. It would
  include storage for equipment and materials used in the day to day operations of the City's infrastructure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The public welfare will be improved with increased efficiency in municipal operations leading to a direct impact on the
  quality of life experienced by our residents.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     10                                             0                                  10


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will include various means of controlling the secondary waste from municipal operations including the capture
  of disposed fluids, deicing salt and other particulate matter which accumulates on City and Contracted equipment. The
  project will be built to the highest level of LEED certification feasible.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 1 Year
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring 2010
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Spring 2011


  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process to assure project completion on schedule and within budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Town & Country Residential Storm Water Improvements                                     $2,400,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  Area development has impacted the quality of life for existing neighborhoods by increasing the flow of storm water runoff.
  The need to abate the impact of these waters has arisen.


  Project Description:
  This project includes the stabilization of drainage channels where residential structures are threatened by erosion as well
  as increase the capacity of storm water control and retention facilities.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Public health will be improved with more effective storm water drainage and the reduction in stagnant pooling of surface
  waters. Public welfare will be improved with the bolstering of property values which have declined due to the impacts of
  the increased storm water flows. Public safety will be improved by eliminating and stabilizing steep embankments eroded
  over time in residential neighborhoods.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     10                                             0                                  10


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will decrease the amount of sedimentation making its way into our waterways endangering aquatic life and
  altering the character of local, regional and national waterways.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of proffessional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and constrution testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer / Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process to assure project completion on schedule and within budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Webster Groves Concrete Street Rehabilitation                                          $7,755,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                    3                   Webster Groves                        5


  The "Change We Need"
  Improvement to the aging infrastructure throughout America is vital to the health and welfare of our citizenry. The
  proposed project, while greatly needed, is not feasible without federal assistance due to budget constraints. Other
  demands in our infrastructure put a strain on current funding such as bridge rehabilitation, traffic congestion mitigation,
  storm water control and water quality solutions.


  Project Description:
  The proposed project addresses the concrete street deficiencies throughout the Webster Groves street network, ranging
  from total removal and replacement of the street segment to spot slab removal and replacement. The majority of the
  slabs have cracked and settled due to undermining caused by a lack of sufficient base structure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The infrastructure in the community will be vastly improved and will promote a street network that provides smooth and
  safe routes for the transporting of goods, services and the traveling public.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                              Total

                                    410                                           0                                  410


  Environmental Impacts:
  We do not anticipate any negative environmental impact during the construction of this project. The implementation of
  this street project will utilize Webster Groves' Best Management Practices (BMP) for roadway construction to limit
  particulate entry into the storm water system.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction of this project will employ union trade workers, truckers, generate business for concrete suppliers, heavy
  equipment sales and rental firms, aggregate supply firms, and construction supply firms including minority supply firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: The plans for a portion of the proposed project are currently being prepared by in house staff.
               R-O-W: Not applicable
        Environmental: Not applicable - No segment over 1 acre of land disturbance.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: November 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  The City may utilize aerial photography in creating drawings for a rapid development of bid documents. If necessary,
  consultants could be hired to assist in preparation of plans and specifications. A two-phase approach with multiple lettings
  would be used for construction that would ensure that the work would be completed in two construction seasons.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Wellston Industrial Park Preparation and Infrastructure                               $1,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District       Municipality / City            County Council District
                         Missouri                    1                       Wellston                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  The Wellston Industrial Park represents the next significant step in a comprehensive economic revitalization effort that the
  St. Louis County Economic Council has undertaken in Wellston, Missouri. The Wellston Industrial Park will complete a
  vital, commercial light industrial corridor in Wellston, connecting existing businesses at each end of the city and the first
  phase of business park development. Significant site clearing and environmental remediation have been completed at the
  24-acre site, and reconstruction of Ogden Avenue which links the park site to two major arteries with bus routes is
  underway. Work to reclaim this brownfield site has incorporated methodologies to reduce material sent to our landfills,
  e.g., by crushing concrete demolition debris that will be used as base material for infrastructure. Funding would be used
  to complete site preparation activities, including additional demolition/remediation, site grading and installation of storm
  and sanitary infrastructure.

  Completion of the Wellston Industrial Park as a pad ready site will encourage the expansion and relocation of businesses
  into an area where employment opportunities are needed. When built out, the Wellston Industrial Park will create up to
  240 new jobs in an economically disadvantaged, older suburban community and will serve as an example for other
  deteriorating inner ring suburbs that are in need of economic revitalization. Further, the redevelopment project will have
  returned an abandoned former foundry site and former residential area to productive use generating tax revenues for the
  community.


  Project Description:
  The Wellston Industrial Park will complete a vital, commercial light industrial corridor in Wellston, an older, low-income
  community in North St. Louis County. Funding would be used to complete site preparation activities, including additional
  demolition/remediation, site grading and installation of storm and sanitary sewer infrastructure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The most significant outcomes of the development of the Wellston Industrial Park will be workforce accessible job
  opportunities, expansion of the community's tax base through business growth, investment to upgrade aging infrastructure
  (roads and utilities) and brownfield revitalization.

  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                              Total

                                    20                                         240                                  260


  Environmental Impacts:
  By locating the Wellston Industrial Park near bus routes and two regional light rail stations, public transportation becomes
  a real option for employees at the business park with the resulting benefits to air quality and environmental and public
  health. The project incorporates the smart growth principle of reinvesting in our existing communities rather than
  greenfield development which contributes to sprawl. The project also includes brownfields reclamation: a $1.9 million
  remediation of the former foundry site has been completed, and additional funding would allow the cleanup of a former
  demolition contractor’s property. Redevelopment projects such as the Wellston Industrial Park reflect our commitment to
  making our communities more sustainable.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The Wellston Industrial Park development has resulted in additional investment in the aging infrastructure in the Wellston
  community. As part of the street improvements, the Metropolitan Sewer District partnered with St. Louis County to invest
  $800,000 in sewer upgrades. Additionally, AmerenUE, the local electric company, is investing $1.9 million to bring
  underground circuits to a community that has been subject to outages. The work done in association with the Wellston
  Industrial Park/Ogden upgrades will improve reliability for almost 5,500 customers in a 2-mile radius in the city of Wellston,
  in North St. Louis County, and in St. Louis City.


  Project Status:
              Design: Mass grading plan and retention improvement plans complete
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: Limited remediation to be completed

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: March 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Determination of an approach to remediation of the former demolition contractor's property is nearing completion.
  Remedial work is anticipated to be completed in 60 days. Mass grading plan and retention improvement plans are
  completed and awaiting final submission for permitting. Construction of grading and retention improvements can be let
  March 2009 with completion of work by June 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




            Abex Before                                   Abex Before                                    Abex After




         Before Demolition                              After Demolition                               After Demolition




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     Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
     Affordable Housing                                                                     $17,400,000


     Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                            Unincorporated St.
                             Missouri                1, 2 & 3                                                     All 7
                                                                              Louis County


     The "Change We Need"
     The need for affordable housing for working families is critical in the St. Louis region; statistics show a waiting list of more
     than 7,000 people in need of public housing in the area. We must deliver change. The people that need affordable
     housing in our communities are our workforce, our community members, and our neighbors. To alleviate this we must
     increase our supply of affordable housing throughout unincorporated St. Louis County. Such housing will enable more
     families to move closer to jobs, benefiting both the families and the area's employers, while simultaneously easing traffic
     congestion and reducing infrastructure costs. Such housing will raise property values, homeowner equity, and also an
     increase in tax revenue to further help maintain our communities. Such housing will provide a home close to work for
     vital members of our workforce and pillars of our community such as teachers, firefighters, police officers, day care
     providers, social workers and more.


     Project Description:
     Purchase and rehabilitate (132) vacant homes in low-moderate income neighborhoods in unincorporated St. Louis
     County. This includes demolishing and rebuilding 96 homes and renovating 36 homes.


     Desired Outcomes:
     •Increase affordable housing for 132 families in low-moderate income areas
      Increase                                        low moderate        areas.
     •Create a catalyst to attract redevelopment by private enterprise.
     •Increase safety in low-moderate income areas by decreasing vacant housing.


     Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total

                                       105                                            0                                   105


     Environmental Impacts:
     These new homes will be completely up-to-date in energy efficiency meeting all Energy Star guidelines


     Other Economic Impacts:
     Suppliers of building materials will benefit.


     Project Status:
                   Design: Design completed by April 2009
                  R-O-W: N/A
           Environmental: N/A


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
       Start Construction: April 30, 2009
         Interim Phasing: N/A
      Finish Construction: November 30, 2009




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     Schedule Description:
     We will acquire property by February 2009, start demolition by April 2009, start construction by June 2009, and complete
     construction by November 2009.


     Supporting Graphics:




        Vacant Home that Can be                     Vacant Home that Can be                     Vacant Home that Can be
              Refurbished                                 Refurbished                                 Refurbished




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   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   County Middle Class Home Improvement Program                                          $6,250,000


   Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated &
                           Missouri               1, 2 & 3                  Incorporated                        All
                                                                          St. Louis County

   The "Change We Need"
   Too many times, families feel the need to move out of inadequate dwellings because they don't meet their changing family
   demands. This because the starting point for deteriorating neighborhoods. We want to change the face and economic base
   of these neighborhoods by updating and improving these structures to make housing a long term and stable remedy for
   middle class and lower to middle class families.


   Project Description:
   St. Louis County has an abundance of quality post World War II housing that does not meet the requirements of today's
   homeowners. These homes are eventually abandoned, or neglected, which starts a cycle of neighborhood decline. We will
   modernize these houses to create viable long term housing for middle class and lower middle class families

   Desired Outcomes:
   Deteriorating housing stock affects essential public services like education and safety. By improving the housing base in
   these neighborhoods, we will help maintain a strong middle class and keep communities from faltering. This will solidify the
   economic base for the county and community which will prevent reductions of vital services. We will make these structures a
   more long term living option through the development of improved kitchens, main floor laundries, garages and improved
   energy efficiencies. We anticipate improving 125 homes by as much as $50,000 to improve the living standards of local
   residents.


   Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                            Total

                                    150                                           10                                   160


   Environmental Impacts:
   We will be using LEED certified guidance to modernize many of these homes to make them more energy efficient and reduce
   emissions impacts. In addition, many of these older homes are located in our inner-ring suburbs. Reinvigorating these
   neighborhoods to allow people to live closer to work and reduce congestion on the local roadways.

   Other Economic Impacts:
   Impacts include: stable neighborhoods, an increased tax base, stronger schools, a renewal of inner ring suburbs, and a
   stronger retail market serving these families. We will also have a component that helps to decrease the rate of foreclosures
   of vacant properties by helping a new owner occupied resident improve the property to long term livable standards so that
   they can commit to remain in the house for an extended period of time.


   Project Status:
                Design: Ongoing
                R-O-W: Structures Owned by Homeowner, R-O-W not necessary
         Environmental: No environmental impacts

   Project Schedule:
     Start Construction: Fall 2009
        Interim Phasing: Early, 2010
    Finish Construction: End of 2012

   Schedule Description:
   We will include rewards for those contractors who provide unique answers for improved standards and will also incorporate
   clawbacks for those entities that fail to live up to their agreement




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Energy Efficient Affordable Housing                                                 $8,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District       Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                      Unincorporated St.
                         Missouri               1, 2 & 3                                                  All 7
                                                                        Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  St. Louis County is rich in history with an aging housing stock. Many of the homes in the St. Louis area are not built for
  energy efficiency, placing an unnecessary burden on the financial resources of our constituents. We can strengthen
  communities by keeping homeowners in their homes, helping them reduce their home’s operating costs, creating healthier
  indoor environments and reducing the use of fossil fuels. It is important for every American, regardless of their
  background or economic status, to share in a national commitment to make our world more energy efficient and
  environmentally safe; action on the local and national level must be taken to address the energy crisis faced by low-
  income households. By creating energy efficient homes in our community, we are doing our part by protecting the low-
  and moderate-income families and the environment in which we live.


  Project Description:
  Renovate/rehabilitate 1,000 existing homes occupied by income qualified homeowners. Energy audits will be conducted
  and rehabilitation will follow, focusing on energy efficient improvements.

  Desired Outcomes:
                                                                               sustainable.
  Make the homes of 1,000 low-to-moderate income families more livable and sustainable
                      1 000
  Improve families’ economic status by helping them reduce their energy costs.
  Improve the health of families by helping them achieve healthier indoor environments.
  Foster a mindset that encourages energy conservation and environmentally safe practices.

  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                         Total

                                   150                                         0                                  150


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will create a healthier environment by improving the energy efficiency of 1,000 homes in St. Louis County.
  This work will also serve as a catalyst to other homeowners looking to make energy efficient upgrades.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  This program will help curtail the rise of foreclosures by keeping homeowners in place with lower utility expenses. With
  the intended improvements, these retrofitted homes will help stabilize neighborhoods and encourage additional
  rehabilitation.

  Project Status:
              Design: N/A
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Rehabilitation: April 30, 2009
      Interim Phasing: N/A
     Complete Rehab: December 31, 2010

  Schedule Description:
  We will begin demolition of government owned structures and acquisition of other properties by February 2009.
  Demolitions will be complete by 12/31/09.




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Lemay Housing                                                                        $800,000


  Location:                State    ressional District                 Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                    3                    Lemay CDP                         6


  The "Change We Need"
  As part of a concerted effort to provide affordable housing for low-income families in the Lemay area, LHP, a non-profit
  Community Housing and Development Organization, was formed. LHP works with local residents to acquire and rehab
  affordable homes and assist families in achieving and sustaining homeownership. To expand its reach and impact, LHP is
  now seeking to create a for-profit subsidiary that will generate construction jobs and fund the long-term sustainability of
  LHP. LHP will employ a general contractor who will hire and train area residents interested in the construction trades for
  the purpose of rehabbing and developing affordable housing. The company will initially only work on LHP projects like
  weatherization and home repairs. This innovative strategy will benefit low-income families by making even more
  affordable homes available and by creating well-paying jobs that enable them to spend more on housing. LHP will also
  continue to combat mortgage fraud by hiring and training additional counselors to help residents understand their
  mortgage and avoid foreclosure if possible.


  Project Description:
  LHP, a non-profit Community Housing and Development Organization (CHDO), will create a for-profit subsidiary that will
  generate construction jobs, hire mortgage counselors and work to make area homes more energy efficient.

  Desired O t
  D i d Outcomes:
  We will improve the education and skills of area residents, create jobs for unemployed and underemployed residents,
  improve the local housing stock, and provide long term sustainability for LHP.

  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                          Total
                                   140                                         20                                 160


  Environmental Impacts:
  During the training process and the creation of the business model, every effort will be taken to lower the company's
  carbon cost. Because the company will be located in Lemay, residents will be able to minimize their commute to
  work/training.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will stimulate the economy because of new jobs and new services to the community.


  Project Status:
              Design: currently being designed
         Site control: currently being designed
       Environmental: currently being designed

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: January 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: January 2011

  Schedule Description:
  A project manager and a director will be hired immediately in January 2009 upon funding. They will manage the project
  implementation, recruiting of workers and marketing to the community. By 2010, approximately 15 projects will have been
  completed.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Pagedale Senior Housing                                                                 $7,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                        Pagedale                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  The need for more affordable housing in St. Louis is great, as it is in the rest of the country. The need for affordable
  housing for seniors is especially great, given the growing demands of an aging population and the special needs of this
  population. This project will seek to create critically needed senior housing in an area where little currently exists. This will
  enable seniors to remain in the same neighborhood where they have lived for decades, providing increased stability to the
  area. The development of this housing will also provide much needed jobs and economic stimulus for the region, building
  on the catalytic growth started by a new, adjacent grocery store.


  Project Description:
  Construction of 40 units in a senior housing complex adjacent to a new Pagedale grocery store. There is a great need for
  senior housing in the inner ring suburbs of St. Louis County and this project will meet that very important need.

  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include new, affordable senior housing for 40+ residents, continuing economic growth and
  neighborhood stabilization.

  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total

                                     85                                            5                                  90


  Environmental Impacts:
  We will incorporate the LEED green standards in the construction phase of the project.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project catalyzes the economic growth planned for the area and will spur future projects by helping to stabilize the
  neighborhood and keep residents here.

  Project Status:
               Design: Done
          Site control: Underway
        Environmental: Phase I complete - Phase II underway

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: March 2010
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: November 2010

  Schedule Description:
  A unique combination of a not-for-profit developer and private/public sector involvement will make the project work in
  these challenging economic times.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Safe Haven for the Chronically Homeless                                               $2,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                     Various                         All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  The chronically homeless are single, have a disabling condition, and have been homeless a year or more or four times in
  three years. They are also the hardest to serve of the homeless population. For that reason, St. Louis County joined with
  the City to create a ten year plan to end chronic homelessness. This target population costs more to not house than
  houses, emergency room treatment, more medical treatment in general, prison time. The list of the extra expenditures
  incurred by cities and counties who cannot or will not house their least fortunate goes on and on. While St. Louis County
  has four shelters, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing, it has no program such as a Safe Haven that
  can act as a segue into a more permanent housing situation for this target population. While not usually a danger to
  themselves or others, the chronically homeless often suffer from mental illness that prohibits them from living a life off the
  streets without the treatment that would be available in the Safe Haven.


  Project Description:
  The County would work with potential operators to purchase and renovate a 24/7 facility to house 25 single men/women
  who are chronically homeless. The facility requires a 10,000-14,000 square feet interior of 25 small bedrooms and
  common areas for dining and recreation, as well as kitchen, restrooms, staff rooms and conference room. Exterior space
  for parking requires approximately 10,000 square feet.


  Desired Outcomes:
  To house over time somewhere between 600-800 chronically homeless in St. Louis County as they are moved from the
  Safe Haven – where they can engage in treatment and services – to private sector or other permanent supportive
  housing; To provide construction jobs to renovate the facility; To provide long term jobs to management and casework
  staff to operate the facility, which will operate 24 hours, seven days a week.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     60                                        13-15                                  73-75


  Environmental Impacts:
  No negative environmental impact is expected with this project.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will: 1) decrease cost to hospitals, emergency rooms, prisons and businesses who provide more
  treatment/care without payment of the chronically homeless when they are on the street; 2) decrease negative effects on
  establishments whose business is affected by the presence of un-housed chronically homeless in their area; 3) increase
  sales to local business owners from staff and clients in the project.


  Project Status:
               Design: 4-6 months completion
               R-O-W: N/A
        Environmental: N/A




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: August or September 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: July 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The project will be a collaboration among St. Louis County staff, the potential non-profit who will potentially operate the
  facility, and Urban Strategies, the social service arm of McCormack Barron Salazar (developer), who will coordinate the
  design and construction of the project.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Springwood Affordable Housing Redevelopment                                          $15,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                         Missouri                   1                       Jennings                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  We need jobs and we need affordable housing and the two are intertwined. In the St. Louis Metropolitan area, much of
  what is left of the residential construction business is the development of affordable housing. It is a valuable economic
  engine. Conversely, many economies, in good times and bad, struggle because of a lack of affordable housing. A living
  wage and affordable housing options must be part of any structured recovery plan.


  Project Description:
  The Housing Authority of St. Louis proposes replace 96 units of severely distressed, functional obsolete public housing
  with new townhomes to be marketed to families who earning at or below 80% of area median income. We would construct
  52 new, larger townhomes that would better serve the community. The existing 1 and 2 bedroom garden units miss the
  targeted population. Significant site improvements will enhance the project.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The development will revitalize the immediate neighborhood and dovetail into ongoing projects in the broader community.
  The Authority has developed similar projects in the past and the most dramatic results are on neighborhoods. While the
  subject developments follow a predictable path, the impact on the local real estate markets and housing value has,
  historically, been surprisingly significant. A second phase will follow.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                    75                                          4                                 79


  Environmental Impacts:
  By eliminating housing with inefficient windows, doors, appliances, fixtures and mechanical systems are replacing them
  with modern, energy efficient equipment the impact on the environment and utility cost will immediate and considerable. A
  new proposed roadway will allow for more direct access to public transportation and efficient ingress and egress.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This development will provide construction and development jobs, spur development in the surrounding area, boost the
  surrounding real estate market and expand the reach of existing social service programs.


  Project Status:
              Design: In Process
              R-O-W: Subject to project approval. Appropriate zoning in place.
       Environmental: Subject to project approval.

  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: 14 month construction schedule including relocation demolition
   Finish Construction: 12/1/10

  Schedule Description:
  The developer has already met with municipal officials, acquired ground and developed a conceptual plan. Construction
  could start as early as six months after firm financing commitment.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  WCSA Homes - Subsidized Housing                                                       $24,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                    City of Wellston                     1


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Wellston is perhaps the community that best illustrates many of the issues facing urban areas in America
  today. Wellston was once a vibrant community with a strong industrial base that employed hundreds.It had a thriving
  commercial corridor that drew families from across the metropolitan area. The homes in Wellston, though modestly-sized,
  provided for the basic needs of working class families of that era. As the industrial sector began closing its facilities, those
  residents that could afford to leave the community did so. This exodus eroded the consumer base for the retail district and
  it slowly declined as well. Those families that did not and could not leave were left to inhabit a community with a
  deteriorating physical and social infrastructure. The proposed project would complement other brownfield redevelopment
  efforts, such as the creation of two new industrial parks, an education and workforce training center, a business incubator,
  and a light rail transit station. New housing units will start at an estimated sale price of $150,000 to $180,000 with the
  potential for price reductions and/or increases based on the availability of additional subsidies or fluctuations in market
  conditions. The partnership behind this project has already built sixty-six (66) new, affordable single-family rental units in
  the City of Wellston. These initial units served as the foundation for the more aggressive single-family, for-sale project.


  Project Description:
                                                                                   1,200 sf     1,800 sf.
  Development of 100 single-family, affordable housing units, ranging in size from 1 200 sf. to 1 800 sf Units will contain 3
                      single family                    units
  bedrooms, 1 1/2 to 2 baths and garages. This project continues the development collaboration between the Wellston
  Community Support Association, the Regional Housing Community Development Alliance, and National City CDC.

  Desired Outcomes:
  When we get these homes built, the most significant outcomes to emerge will be an improvement in the health, security,
  and safety of both the occupants and their neighbors. The overwhelming majority of the existing housing stock in
  Wellston is in terrible shape. St. Louis County and its development partners have worked hard during the past 10 years
  to secure funding that would subsidize the cost of new home construction in this community. These efforts have yielded
  approximately 120 new homes and have made a positive impact on the lives of both new and existing residents.
  However, the need to build additional housing is great. Providing residents with a better place to live will strengthen the
  physical environment of the community and provide a safe and secure place for families to raise their children.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total

                                    175                                           0                                  175


  Environmental Impacts:
  These new homes will be built by adhering to sustainable design principles and employing green building materials in the
  construction process, while being mindful to keep the purchase price within reach of prospective homebuyers. The
  project team will closely follow passive sustainable design criteria. These passive design features include appropriately
  sizing and orienting windows, providing generous insulation, utilizing insulated concrete forms in order to offer high levels
  of fire resistance, sound insulation, and flood resilience. Other features include Energy Star-rated appliances, fluorescent
  light fixtures, and low water flow faucets.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction activities will employ individuals in the construction trades. Moreover, the project team will explore the
  possibility of using the nearby Metropolitan Education and Training Center to train and hire individuals who would assist in
  the process of constructing homes made of insulated concrete forms. To the extent possible, the project team will seek to
  purchase building materials and equipment manufactured in the United States.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Completed by May 2009
         Site control: Obtained in 2003
       Environmental: No known environmental issues

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: July 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:

  The project is to be completed in two phases. Phase I would include the construction of the first 50 units of housing
  beginning on July 1, 2009. Phase II would include the construction of the remaining 50 units of housing with construction
  beginning in the Spring of 2010 with an anticipated completion date of December 31, 2010. The project team will draw
  from its experience in building housing within the community in order to manage the process in an effective manner.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                Wellston Homes Phases I-III




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Wellston Housing Authority Phase 2 Gymnasium                                          $4,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                        Wellston                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  Over a decade ago, the city identified the need to have a fully capable, accessible and attractive community center for all
  residents. This need was more recently confirmed in several city meetings as well as in our economic development plan.
  As the city continues its struggle to maintain and provide services in our venerable but inadequate and deteriorating
  facilities, the Wellston Housing Authority recognized our needs and a non profit center was formed called the "Wellston
  Housing Authority Multi-purpose Community Center" where residents and health agencies could address "Family &
  Health" issues.


  Project Description:
  Existing gym and multi purpose expansion to accommodate community learning, and physical development


  Desired Outcomes:
  The new community center would provide treatment for individual, groups, families, adults, adolescents and children,
                                                                                                  concerns.
  whose lives have been negatively impacted by little or no support services addressing health concerns Building a
  community center will create jobs and educational opportunities that will improve lives for low to very low income clients.
  Where other organizations have come and gone, Wellston Housing Authority Multi-purpose Community Center
  (WHAMCC) will be a steady, present, and continually growing catalyst for change in our community. This is our
  community center. As we move into the future, WHMCC is about empowering each of us to express our individuality, to
  live with pride and dignity, and to emerge united as a strong community and "Healthy Vibrate Individuals".


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                     50                                          6                                 56


  Environmental Impacts:
  Part of the effort to keep neighborhoods healthy is to energize them with a functional community center for "ordinary
  people to use and enjoy", to create a livable, walkable, urban neighborhood.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The best of the designs concentrate on walkability, mixed uses, economic development, environmental benefits and
  contributions to quality of life


  Project Status:
              Design: Plans are completed and are ready to go out for bid
              R-O-W: Not applicable
       Environmental: Pending




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  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: February 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: February 2013


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                Artist Rendering




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Blessing Basket Office Warehouse                                                        $3,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                        Berkeley                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  This is a job creation proposal that will impact literally thousands of individuals, not only in St. Louis but around the world.
  The Blessing Basket Project is a 501C3 not for profit organization that works to reduce global poverty. The project works
  in six impoverished countries and employs 2,500 weavers. Using a unique financial model the organization developed, it
  pays the artisans prosperity wages which are at least 2.5 times what they could make in their own marketplace. The
  project employs liaisons in each country to conduct their operations ensuring that the prosperity wages paid to the
  weavers are not diluted by middlemen. In the course of its work, The Blessing Basket Project imports tens of thousands
  of baskets on an annual basis. It needs a clean, energy efficient warehouse and office space of 15,000 square feet. This
  will allow it to expand its operations overseas and, as a result, employ more people from the St. Louis region to support
  this growth.

  The Blessing Basket Project has created an award winning business model for others to follow and is getting results on
  poverty that have never been seen before. It provides sustainable work for impoverished people through an already
  existing market in the U.S. Rewarding this groundbreaking organization with proper facilities to do its job more effectively
  will help in its goal to cut extreme poverty in Africa and expand prosperity among villagers by ensuring that the producers
  of Blessing Baskets can continue to gain access to the U.S. market.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 15,000-square-foot energy efficient warehouse and office facility to house the operations of a not-for-
  profit organization that is working around the globe to reduce poverty.

  Desired Outcomes:
  With proper plant facilities, The Blessing Basket Project can expand its operations and increase the effectiveness of its
  global poverty reduction efforts including those in Africa. To date the organization has chosen to invest its excess
  revenue back into the weavers it serves. The desired outcome of a new facility can provide measurable results: the sale
  of more product throughout the U.S.; increased number of weavers brought out of poverty; increased employment in the
  St. Louis area; increased employment of disabled adults who prepare the baskets for the marketplace.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total

                                     35                                            5                                  40


  Environmental Impacts:
  The Blessing Basket Project's hope is to move to an energy efficient facility. A "green" building works in perfect harmony
  with the environmentally friendly product line of the organization. Working with well established conservation agencies
  both in the U.S. and abroad, The Blessing Basket Project provides income generating activities for impoverished villagers
  which take the pressure off environmentally sensitive forests.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The Blessing Basket Project creates employment and economic benefit both in the St. Louis area and in the villages
  where it operates. In the St. Louis region, the Project generates community goodwill and philanthropic giving through its
  positive message of poverty reduction through sustainable income generating activities. In impoverished villages the
  organization provides sustainable employment, resulting in increased entrepreneurial activities, job creation and a more
  robust local economy. In this environment, health and education become a reality for nearly all the weavers and their
  children. The Project has been involved in the building of a school, a community center and a hospital. The Blessing
  Basket Project quiets the cry of poverty and allows the message of other nonprofits to be heard.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Design/build
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: Completed

  Project Schedule (Assumes Funding Availability March 2009):
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: September 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The project will employ a design/build approach to facilitate the development of this facility on time and on budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Lemay Child and Family Center                                                         $2,900,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City          County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                    3                                                        6
                                                                          Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  We share the president elect’s belief that early childhood education is critical to the future academic success of children.
  Low-income families living in the Lemay area of south St. Louis County often struggle to find affordable, reliable, and high-
  quality care for their children. Our center helps to meet this need, but the demand exceeds our capacity, especially for
  infants, toddlers and two-year-olds. By adding more space to provide high-quality care for children starting at birth, we will
  be able to partner with more parents in giving their children the tools needed for success. The families in our community
  are hard-working, yet they struggle because of the many challenges that come with living in poverty. Our programs not
  only enable parents to work or to go to school, knowing that their children are safe, but we also help to strengthen families
  and help parents break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy by offering other services including GED classes, Family
  Literacy instruction, and parenting education.


  Project Description:
  This 12,000 square-foot expansion project adds 45 spaces to our nationally accredited childcare program - a 37%
  increase. By creating a state-of-the-art center for children, ages six-weeks to 12 years, more children will gain a solid
  educational foundation while their parents are at work or school.

  Desired O t
  D i d Outcomes:
  Increasing the capacity of our infant-toddler and preschool programs will immediately help up to 45 more families sustain
  employment because of the availability of affordable childcare. Facility enhancements will improve the quality of
  programs and services, which will directly impact families and children in the following ways: a full-service kitchen will
  improve child nutrition and health; upgraded playground space will encourage physical activity to promote gross motor
  development and battle childhood obesity; updated flooring and lighting will create a healthier indoor environment; and
  dedicated space for parent education will help more parents improve their skills for work and for managing their
  households. The long-term outcome of this project will be that more children will be better prepared for success in school,
  academically, physically, and social-emotionally.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                           Total

                                     85                                          10                                  95


  Environmental Impacts:
  The construction project will help to make St. Louis County "greener" because we will place a priority on using recycled
  materials during construction. Also, the addition of an on-site kitchen will significantly reduce the amount of paper and
  plastic waste generated at the Center, because currently meals are catered and served in individual servings requiring a
  significant amount of plastic and packaging. And as we update older sections of the existing building, we will replace old
  fluorescent lighting with more environmentally friendly options.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Studies have shown that investing in early childhood education - especially for low-income and at-risk children - pays off
  over time, by saving between $7 and $10 in future costs for every dollar invested now. Children who participate in high-
  quality programs have less need for special education, have higher high-school graduation rates, and are less likely to be
  involved in the criminal justice system. A more immediate impact will be the creation of secondary jobs for parents whose
  children are enrolled in the program. When affordable childcare is available, parents are more likely to sustain
  employment. With 45 new childcare spaces, at least 45 more parents will be able to work or go to school.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
         Site control: We own our 2.8 acre site
       Environmental: Phase I and Phase II Environmental studies were previously completed.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: September 2009
      Interim Phasing: 10 - 12 months
  Finish Construction: June/July 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The Center recently completed Phase I of a larger expansion vision. Architectural drawings have been completed for
  additional phases, and could quickly be finalized and submitted to the County for review. We have established good
  relationships with general contractors, subcontractors and labor unions, and because of the success of our recent
  construction project, we believe we would be able to develop a project team quickly. We are experienced in working with
  federal funding and have the internal capacity to appropriately manage and account for funds.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Metropolitan Education and Training Center ‐ Buildout and 
                                                                                          $7,000,000
  Renovation

  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                     City of Wellston                     1


  The "Change We Need"
  The St. Louis region has been largely dependent on manufacturing sectors for its economic health.  Historically, 
  companies such as Boeing, Ford, Chrysler, American Airlines, and others have provided thousands of jobs and fueled 
  the local economy.  In recent times, however, these sectors have experienced steady declines.  Life sciences and 
  biotechnology research and development introduce enormous potential for the advancement of new goods and 
  services to study, treat and prevent many plant, animal and human diseases.  To support this growth, research 
  institutions, hospitals, and regulating agencies must have the expertise to adequately assess and deploy these new 
  products and technologies safely and effectively.  This is a unique challenge and requires specialized training.
  The MET Center facility is a unique partnership of public, private, and community organizations, including St. Louis 
  Community College, St. Louis County Government, Better Family Life, Inc., East‐West Gateway regional jobs initiative, 
  the Danforth Plant Science Center, and the St. Louis Agency for Training and Employment.  For nearly 10 years, this 
  combination of resources has allowed the MET Center to offer a comprehensive set of assessment, job readiness, and 
  career and technical job training, placement and career development services. Now, the MET Center will expand its 
  work to provide expanded facilities to train unemployed, underemployed, and disadvantaged populations in the Life 
  and Plant Sciences industry.y

  Project Description:
  Provide for expansion of the Science and Technology training facilities at the Metropolitan Education and Training 
  Center (MET) Center to support the region's burgeoning life sciences sector. New programs will focus on training life 
  science technicians who will be working the in the fields of research, healthcare and manufacturing of biotech and 
  medical devices and technologies.   Unfinished floor space needs to be built‐out for training laboratories, classrooms 
  and faculty offices.  The facility has both bus and Metro‐Link train stops close to this facility for accessibility of training 
  to the economic depressed communities that need job training for employment.

  Desired Outcomes:
  The proposed training programs and facilities at the MET Center will serve to educate and train a pool of workers from 
  across the St. Louis bi‐state area who can meet a growing regional labor need.  Having the funding to make 
  improvements to the existing facility will ensure that current and future program participants can be trained in an 
  environment that is both safe and secure.  Utilizing LEED green technologies to better serve the energy needs of this 
  large building will play an important role in lowering energy costs.

  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                      Permanent                           Total

                                    50                                             10                                  60




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  Environmental Impacts:
  The MET Center building, formerly a part of the Wagner Electric complex, was environmentally remediated in 2000 as 
  part of the Wellston Redevelopment Brownfield Project.  The proposed training facility would occupy currently 
  unfinished space at the MET Center.  In an era of skyrocketing energy costs, this project would aim at keeping operating 
  costs down by deploying a photovoltaic array that would generate approximately 40 kw of electricity for the building.  
  Other green building features that would be installed include a high performance HVAC system that would both lower 
  costs and improve the air quality inside the facility.  It should also be noted that the MET Center is a centrally located, 
  with transportation terminals in close proximity to the site, easily accessible by regional light rail, next to a business 
  incubator, and a block away from the future site of the Wellston Child Care Center.  Green energy Star electric fixtures 
  and Window Day Lighting will be used where feasible.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project stimulates secondary economic benefits by providing a trained and motivated labor pool to area industry.  
  By receiving relevant hands‐on training designed to meet today's demand in the fields of life and plant sciences, 
  nursing, machining, diesel technology, omputer programming, construction trades, biotechnology, and nursing.   MET 
  Center program participants will once again become active participants in the economy.  There will be direct 
  employment of construction trades in the building internal systems; HVAC equipment resources and speciality 
  accessories will be required from companies in and out of the St. Louis area.

  Project Status:
              Design: Completed by July 1, 2009
         Site control: St. Louis County Economic Council has site control of the facility 
                       The site where the expansion is to take place has ACM in the exterior windows only.
       Environmental: The site where the expansion is to take place has ACM in the exterior windows only

  Project Schedule (Assumes March 2009 Funding):
   Start Construction: July 2009
      Interim Phasing: Window replacement to abate the ACM can be done in advance of the expansion.
  Finish Construction: July 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Construction would fall into two categories:  buildout of the space which will house the life science training program 
  andminor renovation and upgrades of the rest of the MET Center facility to address other program requirements.  The 
  renovation and upgrades would be phased in such a way as to minimize disruption of the existing training programs.  
  The buildout of the life science training space can be conducted much more freely since it would take place in the 
  unoccupied 5th and 6th floors of the building. Pursuing an aggressive schedule will require precise sequencing and 
  scheduling.  The project team will have to think outside the box to deal with the timing and technical issues that will 
  undoubtedly arise from building out a sophisticated training laboratory within an older existing structure.  We will use 
  the Design‐Build technique to ensure the facillity is completed as soon as possible.  The property for the building is 
  county owned , in an unincorporated area and preliminary programming for the facility has been completed.  
  Established LEED qualifying designs will be used and standard off the shelf items will be used as much as possible.

  Supporting Graphics:




       MET Center (Before)                            MET Center (After)




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 Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
 Protecting Vital Services for Troubled Juvenile Offenders                              $6,700,000


 Location:                State          Congressional District          Municipality / City           County Council District
                                                                         Unincorporated
                         Missouri                  1                                                             4
                                                                         St. Louis County


 The "Change We Need"
 Presently, three of four buildings being used to house troubled youth are sorely outdated and fall well short of security and
 habitability guidelines. Two do not meet ADA guidelines. Without these resources, troubled children must be interned in
 locked detention with hardened delinquent children or released to their families for the cycle to start again. Released
 youth increase the exposure of the community to greater criminal potential. Construction of a new juvenile dormitory will
 alleviate these problems. With space for 30 male juveniles, the new LEED green unit would provide semi-private rooms,
 comfortable areas for recreation, counseling, and study, a centralized food service, and would facilitate more safe and
 effective supervision.


 Project Description:
 Provide an LEED green, ADA accessible dormitory to house juveniles referred by the St Louis County Family Court.
 While the youths are in placement at the facility, they will reside in a relaxed and nurturing environment with adequate
 space for training and counseling. The design will satisfy current guidelines and privacy requirements while providing
 heightened safety and security for staff and youth alike.


 Desired Outcomes:
 Through provision of a modern, spacious and secure environment, the interned youths will be sheltered from hardened
 offenders and will be counseled and trained and equipped with the tools to return to society and live productive, healthy
 and non-destructive lives instead of ones filled with crime and violence.


 Job Creation:          Construction                      Permanent                            Total

                                    47                               3                                     50


 Environmental Impacts:
 Building construction will follow LEED guidelines; we will use recycled materials; building components will be energy
 efficient (energy star rated equipment will be specified such as electric fixtures and HVAC units); window daylighting will be
 used; we will consider adding heat exchanger reclaim units. rainwater collection, and solar hot water heating; we will
 reduce operating costs by at least 50%.


 Other Economic Impacts:
 The building will be seismically rated and tornado resistant with emergency power provided to facilitate continued service
 to the residents in times of an emergency or disaster; there will be adequate shower, restroom, food service, counseling
 and storage space; there will be direct employment of construction trades in building both the dormitory's shell and internal
 systems; HVAC equipment resources and specialty accessories will be required from companies in and out of the St.
 Louis area; the goal would be to return to the community law abiding young adults.




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 Project Status:
             Design: Design - Build Project , consultant not selected yet
        Site control: Fully acquired
      Environmental: Out of flood plain, no know hazards identified


 Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: September 2009 or sooner, depending on allocation approval for start of design
      Interim Phasing: none required
  Finish Construction: December 2010 or sooner depending on weather and equipment deliveries



 Schedule Description:
 We will use the Design-Build project delivery method to ensure we meet schedule and cost requirements. The property for
 the building is County owned and preliminary programming for the facility has been completed. Established LEED
 qualifying designs will be used and standard off the shelf items will be used as much as possible.


 Supporting Graphics:




                                                                                                 Counseling and
    Unfriendly Youth Quarters                  Existing cottage is too small
                                                                                               Classroom Training




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Wellston Developmental Child Care Center                                              $6,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                       Wellston                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  Located adjacent to the Wellston MetroLink station, the region’s light rail system, the Wellston Developmental Child Care
  Center will provide high quality, affordable infant through pre-kindergarten care in Wellston, Missouri, a low income
  community in North St. Louis County. When the children are not present, classroom space will be used to offer child care
  education and training to parents, in partnership with the neighboring Metropolitan Education and Training (MET) Center.
  MET Center students who are parents will also have much needed access to child care while pursuing their education.
  The Wellston Developmental Child Care Center will provide critically needed, quality, affordable child care to working
  parents in Wellston and the surrounding area. Our selected child care provider is a Missouri accredited and licensed
  Head Start provider. They offer innovative, quality care and education to a racially, culturally, developmentally, and socio-
  economically diverse population of children along with supportive services to their families. The program identifies literacy
  as the linchpin to academic success and offers a literacy-based curriculum that supports the social, emotional and
  intellectual health of children and creates a foundation for academic success. Quality care and early childhood education
  will offer children in this low income community a better start while supporting their working parents along with employees
  and students (and their families) in Wellston and the surrounding community.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a LEED-certified child care facility that will serve up to 164 children from working families in Wellston,
  Missouri. In addition to classrooms, the facility will offer a gross motor room, kitchen, private conference area,
  administrative offices and nurse’s office. The Wellston Developmental Child Care Center is part of a comprehensive
  community revitalization effort that includes commercial/light industrial development, new in-fill housing and significant
  infrastructure improvements.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Completion of the Wellston Development Child Care Center will provide accessible, quality child care and education to a
  diverse population of children, improving outcomes for children in Wellston and the surrounding community while
  supporting working families as well as individuals receiving training at the neighboring MET Center and other educational
  programs.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     70                                          60                                 130


  Environmental Impacts:
  Locating the Wellston Developmental Child Care Center adjacent to the Metrolink station will encourage the use of public
  transit, thereby reducing vehicular traffic with the consequent positive effects on air quality and public health and the
  environment. Moreover, construction and later operation of the LEED-certified building should result in reduced impact to
  the natural environment. At the same time, the sustainably designed building, with greater daylighting, air circulation, etc.,
  should produce benefits for both children and teachers in terms of improved performance, productivity and attentiveness.
  Sustainable design should likewise lead to reduced operating expenses - up to 20% or more energy savings - and lower
  maintenance costs.




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  Other Economic Impacts:

  The Wellston Developmental Child Care Center will have multiple positive economic effects. It will result in the creation of
  both construction jobs and 50-60 permanent jobs for Center operations. It will offer quality child care and education to
  children from low-income families who often do not have access to such care, giving them a better start and preparing
  them for future academic success. Moreover, dependable child care is a necessity for working parents, reducing
  absenteeism thus ensuring their long term employment. Finally, it will serve a dual purpose for the students at the MET
  Center, offering training opportunities as well as accessible child care parents engaged in the Center's training programs.


  Project Status:
              Design: Existing Design Plans
         Site control: Yes
       Environmental: All necessary reviews completed

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: September 2010

  Schedule Description:
  2-3 months to complete updates to existing design plans for the Wellston Developmental Child Care Center. 12-15
  months for construction of the facility.

  Supporting Graphics:




                                          Wellston Developmental Child Care Center




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  ADA Sidewalk Transition; Plan Preparation and Implementation                           50,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City          County Council District

                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                      Various                        All 7


  Project Description:
  Accelerate bringing the County sidewalks and curb ramps in compliance with the new ADA design standards. Project
  includes the preparation of St. Louis County's ADA Transition Plan and the construction of as may of the improvements
  that the budget will allow.

  The "Change We Need"
  The American Disabilities Act requires equal participation of individuals with disabilities in the "mainstream" American
  society. This is the first step to making St. Louis County a mobile community for everyone.

  Desired Outcomes:
  Start the process of bringing the current St. Louis County sidewalks ADA-compliant.

  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                   157                                            0                                    157


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reducing vehicle usage improves air quality. Walking improves human health and well-being for everyone.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  ADA-compliant sidewalks will allow all citizens to enjoy and use the public facilities.

  Project Status:
              Design: Begin field work 6/1/09
              R-O-W: To be secured by design-build contractor
       Environmental: None

  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: 3/1/2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: 12/1/2010

  Schedule Description:
  We would immediately start the process to secure a Design consultant to prepare the County's ADA Transition Plan.
  During the preparation of the Plan, we will contract with a "Design-Build" contractor to reconstruct any pedestrian facilities
  that are "out of compliance."




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Allen Road Improvements                                                              $2,500,000


  Location:             State            Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                         Missouri                    2                        Fenton                          3


  The "Change We Need"
  The need for these improvements is symbolic of the overall need to address infrastructure in this country. Allen Road was
  built at a time when a narrow, winding country road was adequate for the traffic it carried. Today, as the population in that
  area has grown dramatically, the road and its bridges are no longer able to safely handle the volume of vehicles that use it
  every day. This is complicated by its use by boaters and park goers, who rely on Allen Road as their main entry route. The
  storm sewers along Allen Road, while still functional, are also inadequate and deteriorating. Storm/groundwater crosses
  the pavement and seeps from the subgrade, creating icing conditions in winter and slick conditions in other parts of the
  year.


  Project Description:
  Widening and installation of storm sewers on a heavily travelled road to and from a county park which has a boat ramp to
  the Meramec River.

  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcome is to create a modernized road and sewer system that can adequately handle the volume of traffic
  and water in this area for decades to come.

  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                             Total

                                    40                                           0                                 40


  Environmental Impacts:
  An improved access, close to many homes, might encourage more people to take advantage of healthy, outdoor activities
  in the St. Louis County Parks facilities without having to drive long distances. This can lead to reduced gasoline
  consumption and lower air emissions. The improvements to the sewer system will further enhance the overall
  environmental quality of the area.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Road improvements will improve safety and mobility. A more driver friendly access will also encourage others to take
  advantage of the facilities offered by St. Louis County.

  Project Status:
              Design: Complete by October 2009
              R-O-W: To be obtained by the City of Fenton
       Environmental: Phase 1 and Phase 2 would be required; will be complete by June 2009

  Project Schedule (Assumes funds available March 2009):
   Start Construction: Spring 2010
      Interim Phasing: N/A
  Finish Construction: Spring 2011

  Schedule Description:




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Bee Tree Park Historic Renovation                                                     $1,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City          County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                    2                                                        6
                                                                          Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  For the better part of the last century, Nims Mansion has been an important symbol for residents of south St. Louis
  County. Constructed in 1929, the 1,450 sf mansion sits on popular Bee Tree Park, overlooking the Mississippi River. It
  was designed by the foremost St. Louis architectural firm, Maritz & Young, and is eligible for the National Register of
  Historic Places. The structure is presently unusable and requires major renovation for public access. Renovating the
  mansion to serve as a learning center and focal point for the 370,000 annual park visitors will create a significant point of
  pride that can help fuel ongoing neighborhood sustainability and cohesiveness. Extension of the "Mental Health Benefits
  Law" by Congress offers an opportunity for this use.

  Project Description:
  Major renovation of Nims Mansion, an historic landmark in south St Louis County, to serve as an educational center,
  museum and public gathering space for the citizens of that part of the County. Improvements will include
  accommodations for interior/exterior accessibility, electrical upgrades, WiFi access, efficient HVAC and permeable
  parking.

  Desired Outcomes:
                                                                 museum,            center,
  Desired outcomes include resurrection of the mansion as a museum learning center or public gathering space   space.
  Enhanced citizen pride in the region’s history and heritage.
  An easily accessible respite in a natural setting, especially for neighboring children of low-income families.

  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                              Total
                                     20                                         160                                 180


  Environmental Impacts:
  Renovation and new construction to replace outdated electrical systems, inefficient HVAC and lighting will increase
  energy efficiency. Sustainable construction techniques, including "LEED" standards," Low-Impact Development",
  recycling/reusing demolished building materials and post-consumer recycled products and packaging will be utilized.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  Secondary economic benefits include an additional special events for families and retirees, which will create a need for
  caterers and other support industries. It will also increase the need for transportation.

  Project Status: (Assume funds available March 2009)
              Design: Conceptual Design and Cost Estimates Complete
         Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County, Mo
       Environmental: Environmental Assessment Completed May 2006




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  Schedule Description:
  Primary design and cost estimates have been completed; construction bidding documents available within 90 days of
  funding notice.

  Supporting Graphics:




          Nims Mansion                                   Garden                                Outdoor Activities




            Public Use                                  Education                        "Mighty Mo" Mississippi River




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Beyond Housing Pagedale Grocery Store                                                 $5,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                      Pagedale                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  This project not only creates jobs and bolsters our regional economy but it also is a critical catalytic driver for subsequent
  projects in this low-income community. The establishment of a grocery in this neighborhood -- the first new business to
  open there in years -- will bring vitally needed services that will: 1) help keep residents here; 2) attract other new
  businesses to the area; and 3) create jobs that can be filled by neighborhood residents who are already working hard to
  turn their community around.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 16,000 square foot grocery store as the first project in a tax increment financing redevelopment plan in
  one of St. Louis County's most disadvantaged municipalities.

  Desired Outcomes:
  This community and its neighbors will have a grocery store to provide food, health and beauty products. The grocery will
  set the stage for future economic development and it will provide local residents with a valuable job opportunity.

  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                             Total
                                     60                                          25                                 85


  Environmental Impacts:
  Having a local grocery in the neighborhood will reduce the need for residents to travel longer distances to purchase food
  and supplies. This will result in lower gasoline consumption and carbon emissions. In addition, the redevelopment of this
  corner of the neighborhood will eliminate the potential for hazards associated with vacant lots, empty buildings and
  disinvestment.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Secondary economic benefits will include more local spending, which will generate higher tax revenues for Pagedale.
  Newly employed neighborhood residents will also have more money to spend, further extending the economic benefit of
  this store.


  Project Status:
              Design: Done
         Site control: Underway
       Environmental: Phase I complete - Phase II underway

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: November 2009

  Schedule Description:
  A unique combination of a not-for-profit developer and private/public sector involvement is what will make this project
  work in these challenging economic times. We have secured a $3,000,000 grant from a private foundation to facilitate the
  TIF financing in 2009 and hope to secure any economic stimulus funds to assure the project is completed.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Bridgeton Government Center Relocation Project                                        $14,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Bridgeton                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  The existing Bridgeton Municipal buildings were acquired by the Lambert St Louis International Airport Authority as part of
  the W1W expansion program. The Airport Authority acquired the complex for it's police department but we are obligated
  to build new infrastructure (by June 2011) at a new location that can house executive, legislative, the municipal court and
  operational functions, provide a public hall, carry out public works services and be co-located with the police department
  (and support operations). We believe that this circumstance will actually provide us a great opportunity to revitalize
  depressed areas of our City, serve our residents better, and be the catalyst that spurs development and job growth to our
  benefit and the benefit of the region and the state.


  Project Description:
  Build a new state of the art, LEED green government center equipped to handle the daily operations of a major municipal
  entity in St Louis County. The building will house the Municipal Court and be a central communication point for public
  works service as well as police service.


  D i d Outcomes:
  Desired O t
  1) Reinvigorate and revitalize airport "buyout" property that has become blighted since the loss of 2000 homes (40% of the
  housing stock) and the exodus of numerous small and large businesses;
  2) Recommit to city residents and business owners by building a state of the art facility that better serves their needs;
  3) Attract other investors and developers to the area and re-establish our location near I-270 and I-70 as an attractive and
  advantageous location to live, work and play.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                     63                                            3                                  66


  Environmental Impacts:
  The site selected, a "brownfield", contains a two acre parcel that is an abandoned gasoline station site which was left in a
  contaminated condition that the city intends to clean up and make serviceable again. The new building design will
  incorporate "green" and sustainable features. The architect under contract has been given specific direction to be as
  "LEED" conscious possible. The city intends to use pervious surface material for the parking lot and incorporate other like
  innovations in the site plan where possible. Reusable steel and other goods from abandoned construction projects that
  are available at discount pricing will be purchased for use in this project whenever available.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Bridgeton intends to show its residents and businesses that the area can and will be brought back to vitality. The location
  alone, very near the I-270 and I-70 interchange, is critical to the St Louis region. Bridgeton's re-invest in the area will spur
  developers and investors to do the same. The new government center will provide that boost.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Chiodini Architects, PARIC Construction Manager - Programming complete-design on going.
              R-O-W: Completed
       Environmental: In process and nearly ready to submit to MoDNR


  Project Schedule: (Assume Funds Available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: June, 2009
       Interim Phasing: Programmed and scheduled
   Finish Construction: Late 3rd or early 4th quarter 2010


  Schedule Description:

  The city has contracted with the PARIC Corp to manage construction and has been given direction by the city to use local
  labor, vendor, suppliers and service firms, to the greatest degree possible, in the production of the government center .



  Supporting Graphics:




  New Government Center Site Plan                   Lower Level Space Plan              New Government Center Entry




      Main Level Space Plan                        Gross Square Footage                   Natural Bridge Entrance




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   Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
   Bridgeton Operation & Maintenance Facility                                               $3,500,000


   Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City          County Council District

                           Missouri                    1                        Bridgeton                          2


   The "Change We Need"

   Bridgeton has outgrown its current Operations & Maintenance site and facilities which houses its Street Maintenance Division
   (responsible for maintenance of City infrastructure), Central Garage (responsible for fleet & equipment maintenance) and
   Animal Shelter. The City currently owns a large centrally located site capable of housing the new Operation & Maintenance
   Facilities with enough room for future expansion but lacks funding necessary to relocate its facilities.


   Project Description:

   The new Operation & Maintenance Facility will be constructed on centrally located City owned property which would allow for
   future expansion of its facilities. It would include a Street Maintenance Division for maintenance of the City's infrastructure,
   Central Garage for equipment and fleet maintenance, animal shelter and equipment and material storage area.


   Desired Outcomes:
   This project will increase the efficiency of municipal operations by the replacement of its outdated facilities with new energy
                         equipment                               features
   efficient buildings & equipment, improved safety & security features, allow for future expansion and reduce the health & safety
   risk to area residents by allowing a greater capacity of abandoned animals to be managed.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                            Total

                                      75                                             0                                   75


   Environmental Impacts:
   Relocating the Operations & Maintenance Facilities would give future room for expansion, allow energy reduction by installing
   energy efficient equipment and appliances, reduce health and safety risks by allowing a greater capacity of abandoned
   animals to be managed and minimize impacts on surrounding environment by utilizing "green" and sustainable building
   practices.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   Local professionals, laborers, materials and supplies will be used to the greatest extent possible to help stimulate the local
   economy.


   Project Status:
                Design: Design/Build has not begun
                R-O-W: City owned
         Environmental: No know hazards have been identified

   Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
     Start Construction: Fall 2009
        Interim Phasing: None
    Finish Construction: Winter 2011

   Schedule Description:
   The Design-Build project delivery method will be used to ensure the retrofit is completed on time and within budget. No land
   acquisition will be necessary.




Revision 1.2                                                Page 184                                                   March 6, 2009
                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Chesterfield Stormwater / Environmental Improvements                                  $4,700,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                    2                     Chesterfield                      3, 7


  The "Change We Need"
  With the significant economic development that has occurred in the Chesterfield Valley since the Great Flood of 1993, the
  need to address ongoing stormwater flooding issues remains. Currently, there are no pump stations near the NE corner of
  Chesterfield Valley, so the stormwater in this area does not drain. In order to drain this area, a new pump station is
  required. Currently, the reservoir at Pump Station No. 6 holds 18 inches of water, thus limiting the capacity of the
  reservoir. Also, the pumps cycle on and off during a small rain event causing unnecessary wear and tear on the pumps.
  In addition, the oil pipeline in that area conflicts with a new stormwater reservoir, which is part of the Chesterfield Valley
  Stormwater Masterplan, and is essential in evacuating stormwater from within Chesterfield Valley. The proposed
  improvements will provide ongoing flood protection for this economic center and enhance the environmental quality of the
  valley.


  Project Description:
  The project consists of constructing a stormwater pump station that will discharge stormwater from Chesterfield Valley,
  over the Monarch Chesterfield Levee, and into an existing wetland mitigation area. To facilitate the flow of stormwater,
  three 60-inch diameter pipes will be extended through the existing Monarch Chesterfield Levee with the associated
  gatewell structure, sluice gates and b kfl
     t   ll t t        l i     t                  l     An i ti
                                     d backflow valves. A existing oil pipeline will b relocated t a l
                                                                     il i li     ill be l    t d to lower l level at th west
                                                                                                                l t the    t
  end of Chesterfield Valley so that the stormwater reservoir can be constructed at the appropriate grade.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The projects will effectively drain a portion of Chesterfield Valley, while providing hydraulic input to the existing wetland
  mitigation area. To provide a gravity drain system for the existing stormwater reservoir at Pump Station No. 6, so that the
  reservoir can drain down without cycling the existing stormwater pumps. The drains will also allow the reservoir to drain
  all the way, so that the required capacity is maintained within the reservoir.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                                Total

                                     40                                          0                                    40


  Environmental Impacts:
  No negative environmental impacts are expected to occur as a result of this project. The existing wetland mitigation area
  will benefit from the project, and stormwater for the NE portion of Chesterfield Valley will evacuated.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County market. By
  evacuating stormwater from Chesterfield Valley, economic activity will be able to occur without negative impacts from
  stormwater.

  Project Status:
              Design: 90% complete
              R-O-W: Existing easements in place
       Environmental: USACE approval has been obtained.




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  Project Schedule: (Assumes Funding Availability in March 2009)
   Start Construction: February-April 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: Pipeline - June 2009; Wetlands - December 2009; Pump Station - June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The project will be managed by City staff to ensure that it remains on schedule and within budget.




Revision 1.2                                            Page 186                                       March 6, 2009
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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  City Hall and Library - Rock Hill                                                       $10,000,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional District       Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                       Rock Hill                        5


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Rock Hill is a historically diverse community that desperately needs a municipal building to provide a sense of
  continuity for its day to day operations and a sense of community to its residents who have suffered for the last several
  years in not having a government center that properly serves their needs. Presently the Administration department
  operates in Class "C" office space in a strip mall between Missouri Payday Loan and Rock Hill Chop Suey.

  Project Description:
  This project is the construction of a City Hall to house City municipal operations (Administration, Police, Fire and Library)
  which currently are in 4 separate buildings. An architect has been selected (Bond and Wolf) and the property to be built
  on is owned by the City but bonding to build is impossible at this time.

  Desired Outcomes:
  A relocated Fire Department where emergency vehicles can better negotiate entry and exit from main arterials, a Police
  Department with adequate facilities to properly carry out their duties, and a Library that has a permanent "home" where
  limited funds are not spent on rent.

  Job C ti
  J b Creation:          Construction
                         C   t ti                                      Permanent
                                                                       P       t                          Total
                                                                                                          T t l
                                    30-50                                         6                                36-56


  Environmental Impacts:
  The building has always been conceptually designed as a LEED certified structure either at the Silver or Gold levels. If
  given sufficient funding, the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen would love to possibly see this project be Platinum.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  The City Hall building will be directly next to the major commercial development where City Hall was previously located;
  and across the street from a 3 story office building that is being built to house the Home Office for a large construction
  company who will have their engineer's, architects, project managers, etc....operating out of there. All of these new
  buildings will provide a great urban mix of uses that will be very complementary of each other.


  Project Status:
               Design: Architect Selected, Preliminary drawings and Programming completed, final drawings on hold.
          Site control: Owned by the City
        Environmental: No testing has been completed but all indications show that it is a clean site.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
   Start Construction: Spring or early Summer
      Interim Phasing: Demolition, grading and prep work to begin immediately
  Finish Construction: Late 2009, 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  We have already hired a consultant (Creative Construction Solutions) to assist the City with the unique circumstances the
  City presently has in transitioning from its present set up to possibly either a new building or temporary structure on the
  site along the lines of the placement of manufactured buildings/mobile homes for a period of time until financing can be
  secured for a new City Hall.

  Supporting Graphics:




          Current City Hall                         Current Police Station                       Proposed City Hall Site




          Current Library                         Current Fire Dept. Garage                     Current Fire Department




Revision 1.2                                             Page 188                                            March 6, 2009
                                         Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Core Arterial Road Rehabilitation with Green Construction
                                                                                       $4,239,000
  Materials


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                       Unincorporated St.
                        Missouri                1, 2 & 3                                                   All 7
                                                                         Louis County


  The "Change We Need"
  The County’s roadways are part of our valuable core infrastructure that must be maintained in an economical and
  environmentally friendly manner so that people can continue to access commercial, industrial and residential areas safely.
  New manufacturing processes are reducing green house gas emissions while giving us products that restore road
  durability and safety and improve driving conditions for all users.


  Project Description:
  Resurfacing County roads with an environmentally friendly warm mix asphalt treatment that is up to 100º F cooler than
  conventional hot mix asphalt and uses additives that result in greater durability; recycling and reuse of asphalt pavement
  and asphalt shingles and recycling of concrete for our road base.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Smoother, safer roads.
  Greater use of recycled materials in road construction.
  More sustainable i f t t
  M                              through mix d i
           t i bl infrastructure th      h i designs th t meet our th h ld f l d weather and d bilit
                                                       that  t     thresholds for load,  th d durability.
  Reduction in green house gas emissions at the manufacturing plant and at the job site.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                               Total

                                   12                                           0                                   12


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reduction in manufacturing plant fuel consumption; improved air quality through green-house gas reduction; 30%
  reduction of CO2 emissions; 60% reduction of NOx emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Paving seasons are extended with the use of warm mix asphalt. Warm asphalt mix design is more economical than
  conventional hot mix asphalt. The foaming process may also allow greater use of higher levels of reclaimed asphalt
  pavement.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete December 2009
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: March 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  The County has an extensive roadway rehabilitation program. Including additional green products can be done with in the
  economic recovery program timeframe.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Classification by
                                               Jobsite Hot Mix vs. Warm Mix                Plant Hot Mix vs. Warm Mix
        Temperature Range




Revision 1.2                                           Page 190                                           March 6, 2009
                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  County Fuel System Replacement                                                        $2,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                                                    All 7
                                                                          Louis County


  The "Change We Need"
  This project is about ensuring the safety and uninterrupted operation of County police and government services, as well as
  protecting our natural resources and the health of citizens. An independent fuel system allows us to support law
  enforcement and other county operations on a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week basis. With this fuel system, we can operate
  even if there is a natural disaster or fuel crisis.

  Our existing fuel storage system was established almost 30 years ago, which is the maximum expected life of a fuel tank.
  When underground storage tanks are old and worn, fuel can leach into the ground and ground water, contaminating
  natural resources. We must replace the tanks or face a potential environmental disaster.


  Project Description:
  Replacement of aging, gasoline and diesel underground fuel tanks at eight sites in St. Louis County. New fuel tanks will
  be fiberglass with double walled liners, new dispensers, and a more reliable control system. The new system will also
  enable us to use more E-85 fuels and biodiesel.


  Desired Outcomes:
  A new fuel system that ensures safe, efficient fueling for the next 25+ years.
  Reduction in gasoline consumption by using E-85 fuels and biodiesel.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                                Total

                                     10                                            0                                  10


  Environmental Impacts:
  By replacing our existing tanks, piping, and dispensers, we can avoid any type of fuel leak into the ground water. We can
  also have tanks that are capable of storing E-85 fuels or biodiesel. The use of these fuels can help reduce our
  consumption of gasoline and diesel fuel, lessening our dependence on foreign oil. The use of these fuels can also help
  reduce airborne emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The removal and installation of our fuel tanks will take at least 30 weeks for ten workers. Indirect economic benefits will be
  to those companies who make the tanks, piping, dispensers, and other associated parts. We have three companies in the
  St. Louis area that are capable of performing this type of work.


  Project Status:
              Design:
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2009
       Interim Phasing: 10 Phases, 4 weeks each
   Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  We will use the design and build approach, and the entire project should be completed in less than two years.


  Supporting Graphics:




          D3 Broken Pipe                             D4 Sinking Manhole                    POL 1 Interior Pic of Dispenser




      POL1 Water in Manhole                       POL6 New Concrete Pad




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  County Green Cars                                                                       $2,500,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional District         Municipality / City     County Council District
                                                                           Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                 1, 2 & 3                                                 All 7
                                                                             Louis County


  The "Change We Need"
  We must look beyond traditional means of transport and fueling to save our country's limited resources, strengthen
  America's alternative energy initiatives and help the environment. Hybrid vehicles are efficient and, by buying American
  made cars, we keep our car manufacturing plants open and St. Louisans working for a prosperous USA.


  Project Description:
  Replacement of standard gas-powered vehicles with American manufactured, gas-electric hybrid engine vehicles to reduce
  dependence on gas, reduce air emissions and support the American automobile industry; continued use alternate fuels and
  the addition of biodiesel options at County-maintained gas stations.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Reduce the amount of CO2 emissions and lessen the impact of climate change.
  Maintain good paying jobs for the auto manufacturers and their suppliers.
  Help stabilize the economy.
  Reduce our dependence on foreign oiloil.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                             Total

                                     10                                            0                                 10


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reduces gas consumption. Improves air quality. Reduces green-house gases.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Maintains employment levels at auto manufacturing plants, suppliers, and supporting businesses. Maintains home
  ownership and property values. Supports and maintains tax bases.


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction:  Vehicles will be purchased in 2009.
        Interim Phasing: 
    Finish Construction: 




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  Supporting Information:

                                                      Standard Mid-size Sedan
                            Hybrid Mid-size Sedan        - Inline 4 cylinder

  MPG                                     33                          23
  Annual miles                        15,000                      15,000
  Total miles - 7 years              105,000                     105,000

  Average Fuel $/Gal.                   $3.00                      $3.00

  Annual gallons                         455                         652
  Annual fuel cost                    $1,365                      $1,956

  Total gallons - 7 years              3,185                       4,564
  Total fuel $ - 7 years              $9,555                     $13,692



  Estimated Fuel Savings - Hybrid - per vehicle     Grams CO2e reduced per mile - Hybrid - per vehicle

  Annual gallons                         197        Annual grams 33 vs. 23 mpg             177   lbs.          0.39
  Annual fuel cost                      $591        Annual grams                     2,655,000   lbs.          5,853

  Total gallons - 7 years              1,379
                                       1 379        Total grams - 7 years          18,585,000
                                                                                   18 585 000    lbs.
                                                                                                 lbs          40,973
                                                                                                              40 973
  Total fuel $ - 7 years              $4,137



                                   Hybrid              Standard Compact SUV
                                 Compact SUV              - Inline 4 cylinder

  MPG                                     33                          21
  Annual miles                        15,000                      15,000
  Total miles - 7 years              105,000                     105,000

  Average Fuel $/Gal.                   $3.00                      $3.00

  Annual gallons                         455                         714
  Annual fuel cost                    $1,365                      $2,142

  Total gallons - 7 years              3,185                       4,998
  Total fuel $ - 7 years              $9,555                     $14,994



  Estimated Fuel Savings - Hybrid - per vehicle     Grams CO2e reduced per mile - Hybrid - per vehicle

  Annual gallons                        259         Annual grams 33 vs. 21 mpg             184   lbs.           0.41
  Annual fuel cost                      $777        Annual grams                     2,760,000   lbs.          6,085

  Total gallons - 7 years              1,813        Total grams - 7 years          19,320,000    lbs.         42,593
  Total fuel $ - 7 years              $5,439




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Crestwood - Building Maintenance Improvements                                            $1,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City      County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                        Crestwood                    3&5


  The "Change We Need"
  The City's are in desperate need of improved infrastructure and roads, and the energy-efficient buildings (which in turn will
  save the taxayer's money). These needs should be addressed first in order for our neighborhoods to be safe and we
  shouldn't put any of our citizens at risk while they are out and about. Due to today's economy, the majority of
  municipalities are hurting (many City's budgets depend on sales taxes) and in turn many capital improvements projects will
  have to be postponed until our economy gets better. Some of these projects cannot and should not be postponed, due to
  adverse effect they would have on our citizens and their safety.


  Project Description:
  This project involves roof replacements at Community Center and Public Works Garage facilities; HVAC replacemenents
  at Community Center and Government Center facilities; Main Electrical replacements at Community Center and
  Government Center facilities; and Lighting fixtures replacement at the Community Center; replacements of doors at the
  Government Center, Community Center and Public Works Garage. Energy Systems Group had performed an Initial
  Evaluation of all of our facilities and have determined that our buildings should be more efficient than they are currently.


  Desired Outcomes:
  When this project gets completed, the City would receive energy efficient buildings (decreased utility bills and building
  maintenance cost) which in turn saves the taxpayer's money.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                        Total

                                     7                                                0                              7

             *For roads, take 30% of total and divide by $75,000; for buildings take 50% of total and divide by $75,000

  Environmental Impacts:
  This project would provide energy efficient equipment; less energy used.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  If this project is selected to be constructed, it would create construction jobs.


  Project Status:
               Design: Ready for construction.
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 1-2 months
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 3-4 months




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  Schedule Description:
  This is a ready to go project. The City would be bidding out all the sections of this project. Competitive bids would be
  sought.


  Supporting Graphics:




         PW Garage Roof                             Community Center Roof                         Community Center Roof




      Community Center Roof




Revision 1.2                                              Page 196                                            March 6, 2009
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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Equipment Replacement - Hazelwood                                                     $2,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  To purchase a new fire truck, ambulance, street sweeper and dump trucks to replace outdated equipment. New
  equipment will likely emit fewer green house gases.


  Project Description:
  This project is the replacement/upgrade of several pieces of equipment in our arsenal. We will replace four of the City's
  dump trucks with the new generation engines that run more efficiently and produce lower emission levels will help
  conserve fuel and lower the level of green house gasses produced by the city fleet; we will replace outdated equipment
  including two large park mowers, two leaf vacuums units and two limb chipping units. By vacuuming up the leaves in the
  fall and limbs in the spring and after major storm events we are able to compost this material for use throughout the city
  rather than putting it in a landfill; we will also replace a15 yr. old fire truck worn out ambulance so that we can improve
  EMS response services.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Enhanced public safety and welfare; lower green house emissions and smaller carbon foot print generated by the city
  trucks; less road debris in creeks and streams.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     20                                          36                                  56


  Environmental Impacts:
  New emergency vehicles have more strict EPA rules which in turn increases air quality; Keeping the city streets clean
  prevents particulate matter from entering the storm sewer system and polluting neighborhood streams. It also reduces
  particulate matter from becoming air borne; It takes less energy to vacuum the leaves up and to chip the limbs and to
  compost them then it does to collect them and take them to a designated landfill.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The making of these pieces of equipment provides jobs in manufacturing, delivery and maintenance, while the operation
  of the equipment provides long term employment with the city. Use of the equipment helps our City on many levels: it
  keeps dirt and debris out of the street inlets and streams that they feed into, helps us protect existing buildings thus
  insuring job continuation; keeps the employees employed by the programs related to their use and helps us keep people
  safe.


  Project Status:
              Design: N/A
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: N/A




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  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: bid/purchase within 90 days of funding
       Interim Phasing: none
   Finish Construction: equipment should be ready within 180 days from funding

  Schedule Description:

  Government bid and no payment until completion


  Supporting Graphics:




          New Equipment                              New Equipment               Sweeper




              Chipper                                  New Trucks




Revision 1.2                                          Page 198                      March 6, 2009
                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Hazelwood Municipal Building Expansion / Renovation                                   $8,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                      Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  The Hazelwood Municipal Building which consists of City Hall and the Police Station serves a community of approximately
  26,000 people. It is in need of renovation and expansion to meet the need generated by growth, an aging building and
  improvements to make it energy efficient and reduce maintenance expenses. This project would upgrade the building to
  meet the needs of our citizens into the foreseeable future.


  Project Description:
  This project will expand the City Hall/Police Station by approximately 20,000 square feet plus 18,000 square feet of
  renovation and energy upgrades in the existing building to allow additional space for the Police Department; and to meet
  LEED certification.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The significant outcomes are as follows: a slightly larger, vastly more efficient City Hall/Police Building meeting the needs
   f the   id t Once completed, th
  of th residents. O           l t d these iimprovements are d i
                                                         t              d to h         the           ffi i     f the building th
                                                                designed t enhance th energy efficiency of th b ildi thus
  reducing the overall increase in the use of energy and accompanying costs.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                   250                                          120                                  370


  Environmental Impacts:
  The City Hall/Police Station design will be based on sustainability/LEED/"Green Certification Standards."


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Creation of 250 construction jobs, creation of jobs for supplier and manufacturers of materials and equipment, and service
  jobs in design and engineering services.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design can be completed within 30 to 60 days.
              R-O-W: None required - city currently owns all necessary property.
       Environmental: This project would reduce energy consumption within the structure.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: July, 2009 or less than 60 days for authorization to proceed.
       Interim Phasing: Not Applicable
   Finish Construction: July, 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  Project will be based on a schedule milestone program system and will be monitored throughout the design and
  construction process.


  Supporting Graphics:




    City Hall and Police Station                City Hall and Police Station               City Hall and Police Station




    City Hall and Police Station                     Artist Rendering                            Artist Rendering




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Installation of Lighted Street Name Signs                                               $150,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to Install back lit street name signs from signal masts on high traffic routes so that they are easier to see at night
  and during inclement weather.


  Project Description:
  Install lighted street name signs on traffic signal masts at 12 intersection in Hazelwood. These intersections are located
  along Lindbergh Blvd. and McDonnell Blvd. both of which are high traffic thoroughfares in our community. These back lit
  LED signs require very little power yet they make it easy for people, especially older folks, to see the street name in time to
  get into the proper lane to make their turn.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Older people and people with poor eyesight will be able to see the street names in time to get into the correct lane to turn
  into the street. Enhancing safety for motorists.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                     2                                             2                                  4


  Environmental Impacts:
  Installation of these signs will make it easier for drivers to see the street name in time to get into the proper lane to make
  their turn reducing the congestion caused when they try to change lanes at the last minute or when they create an
  accident due to their last minute maneuvering. This will result in reduced vehicle emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Production of the signs creates jobs in the manufacturing industry while installation of the signs creates jobs in the
  construction field. When the installation of the signs are completed it will create at least two permanent jobs for people to
  maintain them.


  Project Status:
               Design: complete
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: agreements are in place


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 6 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 9 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
   Appropriate staff will be assigned to assure completion.


  Supporting Graphics:




Revision 1.2                                             Page 202       March 6, 2009
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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Interstate 255 & Telegraph Road Landscape Improvements                                  $750,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                    St. Louis County                     6


  The "Change We Need"
  The I-255 & Telegraph Road interchange is the gateway to the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Over 172,000 of
  our veterans have been laid to rest here going back to the Civil War. The National Cemetery and Barracks are beautifully
  landscaped but the exit off the highway is not. It is important that guests visiting the cemetery are made to feel welcome
  as they enter the national cemetery and barracks.


  Project Description:
  Much of the interchange is grass with left over gravel from previous road projects. Water should be added to the
  interchange and then landscaping added to welcome guests to one of the Nation's oldest National Cemeteries. Upgrades
  should include the planting of small trees like Redbuds and Crabapples, larger white oak and bald cypress trees, big
  bluestem and switch grasses, and columbine, butterfly weed and coreopsis perennials. A monument sign should be
  included welcoming guests to the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The creation of this green space will dramatically improve the look and the feel of the exit as guests visit the National
  Cemetery and Jefferson Barracks. This will increase tourism and a sense of pride in the community.

  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     25                                           0                                  25


  Environmental Impacts:
  The addition of trees, shrubs and plants will obviously make St. Louis County look and feel greener.

  Other Economic Impacts:

  The upgrades at the interchange will help bring attention to the National Cemetery and will create additional tourism to the
  sites. Restaurant, hotel and retail jobs will be created as more and more guests are made aware of this national treasure.


  Project Status:
               Design: In progress
               R-O-W:
        Environmental: Adds green space to interchange

  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring, 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Fall, 2009

  Schedule Description:
  Project can be started immediately and completed in the fall of 2009. Final design can be completed in a matter of
  months. Local landscapers and designers will be used to make sure improvements mirror local greenery.




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri
  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Natural Bridge Road Streetscape Improvement                                           $2,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                      Normandy                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  Normandy strives to be a livable, attractive city; walkability and access must be improved to promote and sustain
  economic development. The area is not conducive to pedestrian traffic and lane usage is extremely overutilized.
  Attempts have been made for several years to promote development through the use of TIF funds to no avail. ADA
  compliance, "green" infrastructure for stormwater control, and job creation are prime aspects of this proposed project.


  Project Description:
  The project will deliver streetscape improvements along Natural Bridge Road, the primary east-west thoroughfare through
  Normandy. Improvements will address aesthetics, ADA compliance, stormwater control and other items needed to
  improve access to developable sites and make the area attractive to developers.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The most important aspect of this project is the creation of jobs for our residents. The corridor has several developable
  sites, most notably the City Hall property. This site is approximately 4.2 acres directly adjacent to a Metro link rail line
  stop. Developers have shown interest in the site for a multi-use development but pedestrian and vehicular access, as
  well as the current economic status of the area, have been stumbling blocks.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct only)                         Permanent                             Total
                                     25                                         100                                125


  Environmental Impacts:
  There are many "green" aspects that are included in this project. Stormwater control will be greatly improved through
  pervious stormwater infrastructure such as rain gardens, and brick pavers. Traffic flow will be improved by reducing over-
  utilized traffic lanes, and creating a roundabout at the "Wedge." Livability will be improved by including bike lanes and
  larger pedestrian pathways. Overhead utility lines will be buried and energy efficient decorative lighting will be installed.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will have a major secondary economic development impact by providing jobs for construction crews for
  roadway reconstruction, electrical improvements, concrete sidewalk construction, and lighting installation, among others.
  Also, development along the corridor will create construction jobs for the site developments, and permanent jobs with the
  creation of new business and expansion of existing businesses.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design to begin January 2009.
              R-O-W: ROW acquisition not needed.
       Environmental: Environmental statement to be completed by May 2009.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Spring/Summer 2009
      Interim Phasing: All phases to be complete by the end of 2010
  Finish Construction: 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  This project is a collaboration with the East/West Gateway Council of Governments and design is set to begin in January
  2009 with prospective construction to begin Spring/Summer 2009 and be completed by 2010. Process will include the
  business community and building owners on the corridor from the beginning to facilitate a quicker design process by
  including their comments and input throughout the process.

  Supporting Graphics:




         Parkway Concept                      City Hall Development Concept                 Roundabout at the "Wedge"




      The Minimalist Concept                      The Greenway Concept




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  New Public Works Facility - Valley Park                                              $3,800,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                  2                      Valley Park                        3


  The "Change We Need"

  The City of Valley Park has been ravished by floodwater for decades, we have invested in a new levee to protect us from
  the flooding. The City is now able have a new building that will not flood.



  Project Description:


  New office and garage with vehicle maintenance facility and salt storage.




  Desired Outcomes:

  The desired outcome includes increased efficiency within the public works department for the maintenance of vehicles,
  better environmental compliance designed into the new building. This project will also include new, more efficient
  mechanical systems and appliances. The site will also be reviewed for stormwater reclamation systems.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                 Permanent                           Total

                                     26                                          2                                  28


  Environmental Impacts:

  This project will improve environmental compliance inherent in the design of the new facility. The new building will also
  improve the building efficiency over the current building.



  Other Economic Impacts:

  The economic impact to the local community will include more efficient government services allowing local businesses to
  function more efficient. In addition, the money that the City may be able to save with the more efficient systems, may
  allow for additional projects to be completed or lowering of taxes.


  Project Status:
              Design: Conceptual
              R-O-W: Project will be on current City property.
       Environmental: Will be obtained during design




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  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The project will be designed by the end of 2009. Construction to follow after design. Construction will take approximately
  1 year. The City will ensure that adequate resources are used in the design process and will ensure a liquidated damages
  clause is enforced on the contractor.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                  New Public Works Facility




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                                            Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Normandy City Hall                                                                       $3,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District           Municipality / City        County Council District

                           Missouri                 70, 71                     Normandy                           1


  The "Change We Need"
  The Natural Bridge Road corridor is a prime development area that will utilize Tax Increment Financing, however the area
  needs a location to start this development. Normandy is currently working on a streetscape to improve ADA compliance,
  improve walkability, and incorporate "Green" Infrastructure. To make the community more livable and facilitate
  development the City Hall property must be developed, and a new City Hall constructed.


  Project Description:
  This project will help begin the overall development of the Natural Bridge Corridor by allowing the city to develop the most
  viable site. This site, if developed, will create many jobs through the construction of a mixed-use development and create
  the need for a City Hall. The City Hall location and funding need to be in place prior to selling property so that a
  prospective developer can utilize a development "ready" location.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The
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                                                k the it development " d " and would create many j b th
                                                                  l       t "ready" d     ld    t       jobs through a mixed-
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  use development. This site is approximately 4.2 acres adjacent to a Metro link rail line stop. Developers have shown
  interest in the site however the fact that the site is not ready for development and the current economic state have been
  stumbling blocks.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                      20                                           100                                 120


  Environmental Impacts:
  The construction of a new City Hall facility will not only include "Green" aspects into the construction but will also facilitate
  other indirect "Green" factors as well. The development of the Natural Bridge Corridor will be facilitated by the
  development of this site and will include pervious infrastructure such as rain gardens, and brick pavers. Livability will be
  improved through bike lanes, larger pedestrian pathways and the burying of overhead utility lines.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will also have numerous secondary impacts by creating construction jobs for the building of the City Hall, the
  development of the current City Hall site, and roadway reconstruction, electrical improvements, sidewalk construction, and
  lighting installation. The new building will also improve accessibility for the residents as it will be ADA compliant and allow
  easier accessibility to a major service related business.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Design to begin spring 2009
              R-O-W: Site location to be purchased as soon as funding available.
       Environmental: Environmental statement to be completed summer 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer/Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: No phasing required
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The City's intent is to have a conceptual design done so that we are prepared to look for a viable location in spring 2009.
  After acquisition of property the City will implement a design-build process so we will be able to start construction of the
  building beginning Summer/Fall 2009. Design process will also include surrounding communities to discuss the possibility
  of their location in the new building as well.




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri
   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   North County Government Services Center and Disaster Relief
                                                                                      $33,800,000
   Shelter / Recreation Complex


   Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                    1                                                       4
                                                                          Louis County

   The "Change We Need"
   Currently, many St. Louis County vital government services are only available to our residents in an inefficient/inadequate
   facility. A new, energy efficient facility is necessary to house key government services such as Human Services,
   Revenue, Public Works, and the municipal court. The recreation center will respond to the critical need for our citizens to
   gather, recreate, socialize and build strong connections. This neighborhood, in particular, has a high rate of poverty and a
   strong need for recreational services. Programs such as exercise classes, education programs such as Head Start,
   expanded day camps, after school programs, and Wi-Fi access will be possible. The facility will also provide a safe
   haven in times of emergency. Combining this facility with a county government office on the same government owned
   property makes this investment even more viable.


   Project Description:
   This project, located in north St. Louis County within Veterans Memorial Park, will provide a new green, LEED-certified
   government services and recreational facility with the capacity to serve as a large emergency shelter. The 101,000
   square foot complex will include offices, a municipal court, comfortable waiting rooms, a gym/suspended track, fitness
   area, meeting rooms, locker rooms, infirmary, and kitchen. It will replace an inefficient, ineffective community center
   dating from the 1970s and an inefficient, cramped leased space.


   Desired Outcomes:
   This facility, constructed to serve as a government services center, recreational complex, and emergency shelter will
   provide vital government services in an open, comfortable atmosphere near to our residents homes and promote healthy
   living and create options for at risk youth; increase health and fitness programs, reduce obesity in children and adults,
   provide access to computers and Wi-Fi, and encourage social participation with dance and theater. It will also provide
   employment opportunities for youth and seniors. Residents will know the location of a nearby seismic-rated and tornado
   resistant safe haven during and after a disaster.


   Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total

                                    253                                         212                                465


   Environmental Impacts:
   The building will be designed with LEED materials and principles, including HVAC, Energy Star rated appliances and
   fixtures, and recycled materials with an estimated 30% decrease in utilities. Parking and pedestrian areas will be
   designed with permeable features, reducing impact on environment from storm water runoff and unnecessary land
   disturbance. Natural landscaping will be used to decrease the carbon footprint.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   This destination facility will foster area spin-off support and complementary businesses and services (food service,
   supportive industries, exercise and apparel). This site will also provide an additional outlet for day camps, day care, and
   school trips. The current cost of mobilization for emergencies will be decreased by 75%.


   Project Status:
               Design: Construction documents have been completed and are ready for bid.
          Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County, Mo
        Environmental: Finding of no significant impact at this time




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   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
                         Design-Build contract will begin directly after bidding which will be done within 90 days of notice of
     Start Construction:
                         funding.
        Interim Phasing: Building construction ASAP.
    Finish Construction: Construction complete within 24 months of start.

   Schedule Description:
   Primary design and cost estimates have been completed. Construction bidding documents will be available within 90
   days of funding notice.

   Supporting Graphics:




              Master plan                                 A helping hand                            Training / conditioning




         New LEEDS building                            Multi purpose courts                          Outdoor recreation




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Protecting Vital Services in the St. Louis County Administration
                                                                                        $30,000,000
  Building via Green Upgrades


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                       Clayton                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  Every day, five days a week, hundreds of citizens come to St. Louis County’s Administration Building to pay taxes, apply
  for permits, resolve disputes or simply seek information required to do business or maintain their residences. The
  departments of Revenue, Fiscal Management, Construction Code Enforcement, Planning, Administration, and the County
  Council are located in this facility. Each time citizens enter, there is a risk that government may not be able to respond to
  their needs due to the potential for a major asbestos incident in the building. Anytime there is a water leak in the building,
  whether plumbing or weather related, it results in a regulated asbestos incident until a clean-up or abatement can be
  completed. To date, these incidents have been handled quickly and without an extended disruption of services. A major
  asbestos incident, however, could lead to the shutdown of the entire building, which would have a major negative
  economic impact on local business, construction, and government.


  Project Description:
  Protect vital government services by renovating the old Administration Building to remove asbestos, meet ADA
  requirements, improve energy efficiency with LEED green project upgrades, and add high-rise building security/safety
                                                                                            much used
  features, such as new fire alarm and annunciator systems. The renovation swill make this much-used public facility safer
  and more environmentally friendly for staff and visitors.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Eliminate the risk of a building shutdown due to environmental instability.
  Ensure uninterrupted continuation of needed governmental services to the taxpayers, businesses, and the construction
  industry.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                             Total

                                   140                                            0                                140


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will remove the health hazard associated with significant asbestos material contained within the County
  Government building which is most utilized by the taxpayers/public. It is a potential health issue to the hundreds of
  employees and public who work and use this building daily. The renovation work will use of new green building products
  and systems. Green energy Star electric fixtures and HVAC units are being specified in the design.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will create and maintain hundreds of building construction jobs during the next two years. When completed, it
  will ensure County Government's economic presence in Clayton. It will remove the risk of a shutdown of government
  services negatively affecting the local business and construction economies of one of Missouri's most important counties.
  There will be direct employment for construction trades in building both the shell and internal systems; HVAC equipment
  resources and specialty accessories will be required from companies in and out of the St. Louis area.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Design completed by March 2009
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2011




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
   Protecting Vital Services to Secure County Records                                  $14,100,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                    2                                                       7
                                                                          Louis County


   The "Change We Need"
   The new LEED green facility will have adequate space on County land to house all required records including all of the
   Court records generated by the state court system. The new storage system will facilitate greater public access to
   records of interest and safeguard records in a more secure area. The present record storage building is overcrowded, not
   very stable, and is susceptible to storm damage presenting a risk of loss or damage to necessary information.


   Project Description:
   Provide a LEED green secure County Records Center to replace existing crowded leased space. Records include all
   property and Court records generated by the State of Missouri court system. The new record storage system will
   facilitate greater public access to records of interest. It will be a secure environment that safe guards records in a
   controlled, air-conditioned environment. While the current space is not very stable and is supeptable to storm damage,
   the new records center will be located on County owned land and will be Seismic rated, tornado resistant, LEED / Energy
   Star rated, ADA accessible, with secure storage space for all required records.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The County residents will have greater access to vital county records; a service they have requested. Departments will
   have the record storage space needed for required off sited record storage; Operating Costs will be reduced by more
   than 50% with LEED inspired green design and Energy Star rated equipment and community will be given an ADA
   accessible space on commuter transit routes.


   Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                             Total

                                     93                                          2                                 95


   Environmental Impacts:
   We will use LEED guidelines in using recycled materials to keep them out of landfills and reduce the amount of natural
   resources used. Energy efficient designs will be utilized to achieve a carbon neutral building and reduce operating costs
   by at least 50%. Energy Star rated equipment will be specified. Green design specifications will used for electirc fixtures,
   HVAC units, window daylighing, heat exchanger reclaim units, rainwater collection, and solar hot water heating.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   The building will be seismically rated and tornado resistant with emergency power provided to facilitate continued service
   to our residents in times of an emergency. There will be direct employment of construction trades in building both the
   shell and internal systems; HVAC equipment resources and specialty accessories will be required from companies in and
   out of the St. Louis area.


   Project Status:
               Design: Design - Build Project , consultant not selected yet
          Site control: Fully acquired
        Environmental: Out of flood plain, no know hazards identified




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   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: September 2009 or sooner, depending on allocation approval for start of design
        Interim Phasing: None required
    Finish Construction: December 2010 or sooner depending on weather and equipment deliveries

   Schedule Description:
   We will use the Design-Build project delivery method to ensure the facility is completed on time and within budget. The
   property for the building is County owned in an unincorporated area, and preliminary programming for the facility has
   been completed. Established LEED qualifying designs will be used and standard off the shelf items will be used as much
   as possible.


   Supporting Graphics:




         Out of storage space                      Shelves are chock full!




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Public Safety - Demolition of Unsafe Structures                                     $15,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                         Missouri                    1                                                       4
                                                                          Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  St. Louis is an area rich in history; one that has weathered the rise and fall of an industrial boom and population influx.
  Many of the old buildings once the pinnacles of our growing community are now vancant unsafe structures, threatening
  the deterioration of our neighborhoods. In order to foster healthy communities, derelict and unsafe structures that are
  prevalent in low income neighborhoods must be demolished. Vacant buildings are a breeding ground for crime and
  socially destructive activities. This project will support safer neighborhoods, restore neighborhood pride and help cultivate
  new businesses.


  Project Description:
  Acquisition and demolition of 500 vacant and unsafe structures throughout St. Louis County.


  Desired Outcomes:
  •Create safer neighborhoods.
  •Reduce trash and visual blight.
                              p
  •Stimulate economic development in low-moderate income areas.

  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                          Permanent                            Total

                                    75                                           0                                75


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will create a healthier environment by removing harmful asbestos, lead paint and other health hazards usually
  found in structures built prior to 1978.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  By eliminating blighted structures, new housing developments can take root. Community gardens, neighborhood parks
  and green spaces can be added.

  Project Status:
              Design: N/A
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
     Start Demolition: April 30, 2009
     Interim Phasing: N/A
    Finish Demolition: December 31, 2009

  Schedule Description:
  We will begin demolition of government-owned structures and acquisition of other properties by February 2009.
  Demolitions will be complete by 12/31/09.




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   South County Government Services Center                                             $16,300,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                    Unincorporated                      6


   The "Change We Need"
   Making vital government services more accessible to its citizens is an important strategy in building livable, sustainable
   communities. One-stop government shops are convenient and practical. Provide a high efficiency, LEED rated,
   environmental protective, ADA-friendly facility which will protect our residents during and after a natural or terrorist
   disaster. Our LEED Certified center will meet the need by housing the County Police, Public Works inspectors, and
   Municipal Courts. Human Service's expanded training programs, tax collection and other community services, will also be
   provided. Children will have a place to go after school for safe, recreational alternatives to drugs and gangs. The facility
   design will be flexible so that the space could be used in crisis conditions and will include a kitchen, restroom, shower
   and counseling space. We will use the facility to get flu shots and various health screenings to our residents in a facility
   near to them.


   Project Description:

   Construct a new 65,000 sf LEED certified facility in an existing County parking lot to be earthquake and tornado resistant
   and ADA accessible. We will apply green techniques such as using Energy Star rated fixtures and appliances,
   incorporating recycled metals in conduit framing doors plumbing etc incorporating recycled glass in interior and
                                     conduit, framing, doors, plumbing, etc,
   exterior windows, mirrors etc. incorporating recycled plastics in insulation, roofing, gym floor material, etc; gray water
   usage; low-impact development elements such as sand filters and rain gardens to prevent any run-off; lush green space
   and landscaping for shade and encouragement of runoff infiltration; rainwater will be captured and used for irrigation and
   gray water; solar energy will be used for air and water heating; solar light will be used for interior lighting; permeable
   reclaimed asphalt parkinglots; recycled concrete will be used for pavement and sidewalk bases.


   Desired Outcomes:
   Vital County services will be provided in a facility with adequate space and emergency power, residents will be protected
   during and after a natural or terrorist disaster, county jobs will be retained; there will be greater access to government
   programs and services through this "one stop shop"; there will be reduced operating costs by more than 50% with LEED-
   inspired green design and Energy Star rated equipment; there will be availability of on-site job training programs and
   creation of a community emergency shelter capable of serving over 2500 residents at one time with a convenient,
   accessible youth recreation center to provide positive, productive activities for children and teens.


   Job Creation:              Construction                                  Permanent                             Total

                                    108                                          2                                 110


   Environmental Impacts:
   We anticipate 20%-30% decrease in energy usage compared to a standard facility during non-disaster periods. The
   inclusion of the LID techniques and BMP's will virtually eliminate any polluted runoff from this site. We will build to LEED
   standards, using recycled materials in construction. We will be energy efficient and reduce operating costs by at least
   50%. We will specify Energy Star-rated equipment in the design. We will serve as an example to the community that we
   are progressive stewards of the environment, which will assist us in educating county residents in green techniques they
   can put to use.




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   Other Economic Impacts:
   Returning the leased retail space back onto the market in the shopping center, located in a low-income area, creates an
   opportunity for additional retail jobs. The building will be seismically rated and tornado resistant with emergency power
   provided to facilitate continued service to our residents in times of emergency.


   Project Status:
               Design: Design - Build Project , consultant not selected yet
          Site control: Fully acquired
        Environmental: Out of flood plain, no known hazards identified


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: September 2009 or sooner, depending on allocation approval for start of design
        Interim Phasing: None required
    Finish Construction: December 2010 or sooner depending on weather and equipment deliveries

   Schedule Description:
   We will use the Design-Build project delivery method to ensure the project meets time and budget requirements. The
   property for the building is County owned in an unincorporated area, and preliminary programming for the facility has
   been completed. Established LEED qualifying designs will be used and standard off the shelf items will be used as much
   as possible.


   Supporting Graphics:




   Existing Storefront Government
                                                     Shelter for Thousands                           A Helping Hand
                Center




        Police Security for the              Municipal Court is a Key Component
            Neighborhood                            of our Justice System




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Springdale Metro Station and Pedestrian Improvements                                    $13,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                        Berkeley                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  This Metro stop will further promote the use of light-rail within the St. Louis Metropolitan area and facilitate improved
  access to a 550-acre redevelopment site via Springdale Ave. This amenity will promote walking throughout the
  development area by workers, commuters and residents within the community.


  Project Description:
  NorthPark is a 550 acre land re-development with a proposed five million square feet of office, industrial and retail uses.
  The proposed Metrolink (light-rail) station will be constructed within NorthPark, along with pedestrian and streetscape
  improvements.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcome would be the completion of the Springdale Metro Station for South access to NorthPark. With
  Lambert International Airport being adjacent to NorthPark, this will be the first or last stop to Lambert, ideal for in-park
  users that travel out-of-state, utilizing the airport.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                           Permanent                              Total
                                    155                                            0                                 155


  Environmental Impacts:
  As with any light-rail system, this will ultimately promote Saint Louis County as greener city. It will reduce congestion,
  reduce gas consumption, improve Air Quality and reduce green-house gases.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  With the construction of the Springdale Metro station, it will create a new construction job as an immediate impact. This
  will also create Metro jobs as a long-term impact for the operation of this new station.

  Project Status:
               Design: Preliminary Design have been approved
          Site Control: Executed option to purchase ground from Lambert Airport
        Environmental: None

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: January 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: September 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  A partnership between St. Louis County, Great Rivers Greenway, The NorthPark Intergovernmental Commission, Clayco
  and McEagle will ensure that all deadlines will be met.

  Supporting Graphics:




            Exhibit A - Metro Station Layout I                                 Exhibit B - Metro Station Layout II




                                          Exhibit C - Metro Station Building Design




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
   St. Louis County Parks Enhancement Package                                         $18,300,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                1&2                                                      All 7
                                                                          Louis County

   The "Change We Need"
   We need to address, for all generations, fitness and exercise needs, better management of land resources and improved
   pedestrian and vehicular access to connect our neighborhoods. This project will increase health benefits, lower
   operating costs, and improve accessibility to our Parks. St. Louis County Parks annually serve over 15 million visitors.
   Enhancing the experiences of these visitors is an important step in promoting overall health and environmental
   sustainability goals.


   Project Description:
   Reinvest in the infrastructure of County parks to promote public health, wellness, and the environment. Enhancements
   will include repaving 70 miles of deteriorating roads in 69 parks, replacing 300 culverts to reduce erosion and storm
   water, and increasing natural landscaping on 500 acres in order to reduce the carbon footprint.


   Desired Outcomes:
   Improved roads, water systems and natural areas in all County parks.
   Long-term sustainability of public land and infrastructure, enabling health, social, and environmentally sound
   management for the benefit of the public.


   Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                               Total

                                    150                                        300                                  450


   Environmental Impacts:
   Permeable pavement will facilitate better run-off and reduce the impact of built areas on the environment.
   New culverts will contribute to less flooding and better water control.
   Increased landscaping will reduce the carbon foot print and create a more natural and appealing setting for visitors to
   enjoy.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   Ongoing renovation of existing infrastructure will increase the need for supporting industries, such as landscaping
   material, stone, paving bricks.

   Project Status:
               Design: Design completed for road improvements, and reduction of unwarranted permeable surfaces.
          Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County Parks
        Environmental: Findings of asbestos and lead based paint in hand with cost estimates.

   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: Road paving and landscaping within 3 months after receiving funds.
        Interim Phasing: Complete module design for playground, shelters and landscaping within 6 months after funded.
    Finish Construction: Project completed within 24 months of receiving funds.




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   Schedule Description:
   Phasing of construction packages within the 24 month term, using design-build methods for project completion.


   Supporting Graphics:




             Playground                           Youth Outdoor Exercise                   Quiet Family Time




     The joy of y      parks
         j y youth and p                      New Water Feature/Playground
                                                                   yg                          Families in the Parks




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  St. Louis County Sidewalk Connections                                                $19,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                         Unincorporated
                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                                                    All 7
                                                                        County; Grantwood
                                                                             Vill

  The "Change We Need"
  Walking and cycling are environmentally friendly alternative modes of travel that improve our health and air quality.
  Walkable communities are vibrant, interactive and healthier, and provide residents greater opportunity for mobility.
  Livable communities attract "New Economy" workers, and promote interaction, accessibility, networking and creativity.


  Project Description:
  Many unincorporated areas of St. Louis County lack adequate sidewalks that can provide safe areas for pedestrian travel.
  This project seeks to build 15 Miles of ADA-compliant sidewalks in these areas as part of a plan to create a healthier St.
  Louis County community.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Increased foot traffic in these areas will foster an interactive community which will stimulate community togetherness and
  lead to increased community pride in neighborhoods, sustained community growth, and crime reduction. The sidewalks
  may also serve as a connection to schools, churches, subdivisions, and other communities throughout the County, and
                             system                                                             community.
  link into a regional trail system, thereby helping to create a more cohesive and integrated community


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                                Total

                                     60                                          0                                    60


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reduced vehicle usage improves air quality. Walking improves human and pet health and well-being.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Studies show that homebuyers are willing to pay $20,000 more for homes in walkable communities, which increases the
  tax base for communities.


  Project Status:
              Design: Begin 3/1/2009, complete by 5/30/2010
              R-O-W: Right-of-way cleared by 5/30/2010
       Environmental: NEPA process complete by 9/30/2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2010
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The project will follow a design/bid/build project delivery method. It will be divided into smaller design packages according
  to geographic area. An aggressive design and construction schedule will include contract incentive/disincentives to meet
  time requirements.




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   Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
   Town & Country - Highway 270 / 64 / 141
                                                                                         $1,500,000
   Traffic Noise Abatement


   Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                    Town & Country                       3


   The "Change We Need"
   Many residents of Town & Country have been negatively impacted by the widening of various State and County
   highways. The noise levels created by the traffic directly impact the quality of life for these residents.


   Project Description:
   This project would involve the analysis of sound levels in impacted neighborhoods and the programming and installation
   of sound abatement improvements such as sound walls in selected locations.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The public welfare will be improved by the increased usefulness of outdoor living spaces and the recovery of depressed
   property values for impacted residents


   Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                      6                                            0                                  6


   Environmental Impacts:
   This project will provide long term control for noise pollution in residential neighborhoods.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional service firms for design and construction, as
   well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing/support firms.


   Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: Summer / Fall 2009
        Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
    Finish Construction: Fall 2010

   Schedule Description:
   Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process to assure project completion on schedule and within budget.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Town & Country Municipal Center Expansion                                                      $5,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The services provided by the City create a need for additional administrative, storage and public space.


  Project Description:
  This project would involve the design and construction of an addition to the current Municipal Center.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The public welfare will be improved by the increased access to City services provided to its residents.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                            Total

                                     33                                             0                                   33


  Environmental Impacts:
  None anticipated.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer / Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process




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    Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
    University City Municipal Operations Facility                                         $9,200,000


    Location:              State            Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                            Missouri                    1                    University City                    5


    The "Change We Need"
    This Rehabilitation and Construction Project is ready to go, if we can receive economic aid, and is the type of public works
    project that meets today’s needs. This project will serve as a means of providing employment, stabilizing purchasing
    power, improving public welfare, conserving natural resources and reducing pollution, and contributing to a revival of the
    American economy. The project will make the operation of city services more efficient, safer and more cost effective for
    University City and the surrounding communities that will utilize this facility.


    Project Description:
    Construction of a new Municipal Facility to replace four 60+ year-old buildings. Includes a solid waste and recycling
    transfer station, a fleet maintenance garage and storage to replace the City's 40-year-old obsolete facilities. Adjacent
    roads and infrastructure will be repaired to meet current or future operational needs.


    Desired Outcomes:
    The outcomes will be: 1) Replacement of crumbling buildings, which house more than 100 full-time and part-time
    employees with an energy efficient building; 2) Modernization of the existing outdated technology, equipment and
    machinery; 3) Provision of adequate storage for city vehicles, equipment, supplies and emergency response materials to
    help extend the life of the equipment; and 4) Connection to a 21-mile green trail that runs throughout the city; 5) LEED
    certified Administration Building; 6) Reduced city operation cost; 7) Improved employee safety and security; 8) Greater
    productivity.


    Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                         Permanent                             Total
                                   75                                              25                                100


    Environmental Impacts:
    The Project will significantly improve the waste and recycling materials handling operations. The building will be pursuing
    LEED certification to the highest level economically feasible, per city mandate, and will be built and inhabited at a high
    level of sustainability. By locating the staff together, the time spent commuting between facilities will be eliminated. The
    existing site will have existing hazardous material abated, improving the overall environmental quality of the community.
    We expect to attain points in water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental
    quality. We will minimize impacts on the surrounding environment and increase alternative transportation options, ensure
    efficient use of natural resources and reduced utility bills, include responsible storm water management to limit disruption
    of the natural watershed functions of the adjacent River des Peres, and continue waste reduction.


    Other Economic Impacts:
    The facility will handle more waste and recycling materials, by allowing area municipalities and business to bring their
    materials to this very central location instead of moving the materials over greater distances. Job creation is just as
    important in improving the quality of life in our communities. As of 2007, 28,000 people were employed in Missouri
    recycling businesses with an annual payroll of more than $700 million. Some of these jobs have been lost due to the
    recent economic downturn. This project will create and sustain hundreds of jobs, ranging from trash truck operators to
    landfill and recycling facility equipment operators, from construction workers and engineers to concrete and steel suppliers,
    and from local grocery store workers and suppliers to restaurant vendors to wholesale suppliers. The increase in jobs,
    payrolls, tax revenues and support of other parts of our economy as the multiplier effect of this construction project is
    demonstrated will help support and expand other sectors of Missouri's, and ultimately America’s, economy. By providing
    greater technological efficiencies we will be able to expand these activities through cost savings. By reducing pollution,
    we will be able to reduce health care costs. Through energy saving construction methods, we will achieve even greater
    cost efficiencies and will help our environment to become greener. And through more efficient facility utilization be will
    also create fuel efficiencies for our vehicles by reducing queuing time, resulting in reducing heating and ventilating costs
    and creating energy savings.




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    Project Status:
                Design: The project is in the preliminary design phase
           Site control: The city owns the property and has significant jurisdictional permitting authority
                         The site is currently the waste handling and public works yard. A Phase One environmental
         Environmental:
                         assessment is underway.

    Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
      Start Construction: Fall 2009
         Interim Phasing: Fall 2009 - Winter 2011
     Finish Construction: Spring 2011

    Schedule Description:
    The project can be under contract within 180 days. The city has already assembled a project team experienced in
    municipal project design and delivery. Multiple tasks are currently progressing simultaneously, such as site development
    and transfer station technical design. The Design firm also has a construction contractor as part of the design team. This
    project will also have to be completed while the municipality continues its normal operations, so the construction will have
    to be carefully timed to ensure that there is no down time.


    Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Utz-Tesson House Restoration Project                                                      $575,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District           Municipality / City        County Council District

                           Missouri                   1                        Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  The Utz-Tesson House has deteriorated over the years and needs to be authentically restored as a museum and add
  appropriate historical appointments. Since it is a structure of significance in both its sequence of distinguished owners,
  and for its well preserved architectural evolution, the house is proposed to be developed as an education amenity for the
  general public.


  Project Description:
  The project will restore and make into a museum the Utz-Tesson House which is a two-story log-structured residence
  moved from a nearby site to Brookes Park, Hazelwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. The structure consists of two nearly
  square log living units, "pens", separated by an enclosed "dog-trot" with the older pen dating from the 1780's originally
  owned by Auguste Chouteau, one of the founders of St. Louis.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The Utz-Tesson House will be open to public and a museum would be developed in it. The great significance is that a
  hand hewn structure of that early date (1780's) and in good condition are extremely rare, and the few "survivors" in the
  nation are inaccessible to public viewing.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                      50                                            1                                  51


  Environmental Impacts:
  Being in a public park this restoration project will be easily accessible and safe from development pressure.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will bring tourists into the City of Hazelwood to view a rare and interesting historical structure. This project will
  compliment Knobbe House and "Little Red School House" two other historically significant structures also located in
  Brookes Park.


  Project Status:
               Design: Architectural plans have already been developed
               R-O-W: The project is in a public park and no R-O-W acquisition is not necessary
        Environmental: There are no adverse environmental impacts.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Construction can start in 30-60 days upon awarding contract.
       Interim Phasing: No phasing required
   Finish Construction: Project can be completed by 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  As soon as awarded project, a contractor will be hired to renovate the house and before accepting the contract they will
  commit to finishing the project by 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Assistance for Unisured Individuals                                                  $1,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                         Missouri                 1&2                   State of Missouri                    All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  Sound public policy dictates that in order to improve health outcomes for those most at risk for chronic disease, and to
  reduce its related costs, increasing access to preventive healthcare services for uninsured and underinsured individuals is
  essential.


  Project Description:

  The current recession has increased the number of unemployed and uninsured people in St. Louis County. This has lead
  to an increased demand for basic healthcare access for adults. The current increase in demand for health care through
  the St. Louis County Department of Health health care centers and community centers, is more than the current facilities
  can handle. The John C. Murphy community health center is located in St. Louis County. It is one of the largest providers
  of health care services to the uninsured in the metropolitan area. Currently, 22 staff members including nurses,
  physicians, and support staff care for approximately 40,000 uninsured adults who do not qualify for state Medicaid
  benefits. Resources for health care access for these individuals is very limited. The recent record number of job losses
  across the community will result in a dramatic increase for services as COBRA benefits wane. With additional funding and
                                                                                                                      15,000
  the creation of 7 new job positions in the public health and medical field we can expand our reach to an additional 15 000
  individuals. By offering preventive health care service, we relieve the burden of care delivered in the emergency room by
  uninsured individuals and decrease the overall cost of health care in the community. Currently, the St. Louis County
  Department of Health, through its three community health centers, is the largest provider of health care services to the
  uninsured in St. Lous County and the surrounding metropolitan area, with approximately 96,000 encounters annually.
  Direct federal fiscal assistance will assist in providing preventive health care services for this population.



  Desired Outcomes:
  To increase the delvery of prevention health care services and health education to uninsured and underinsured population
  of St. Louis County by 30% over two years.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                    0                                           7                                    7


  Environmental Impacts:
  None noted.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Providing preventive health care services and health education to vulnerable populations, directly decreases the costs of
  tertiary hospital care and ER vists for untreated chronic diseases. The population that would benefit most from this project
  are young, working adults who would not otherwise qualify for state Medicaid funds. For every one dollar spent in
  preventive health care in the St. Louis region, we save approximately $12 in health care costs. The impact of this cost
  savings in critical to employers in the region.




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  Project Status:
               Design: None
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:



  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
                 Start: 3/1/2009
      Interim Phasing: N/A
                Finish: ongoing community-based health care services



  Schedule Description:
  Currently, the infrastructure/facilities and staff are in place. However, capacity is limited by fiscal need.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Bridgeton Emergency Shelter Retrofit                                                   $1,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City          County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                       Bridgeton                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  The frequent power outages over the past several years along with extreme weather conditions has influenced the City of
  Bridgeton to provide an emergency shelter for its residents. Bridgeton's existing 36,000 sf Community Center, with its
  available floor space, kitchen, shower facilities, restrooms and meeting rooms for counseling, is the logical choice for a
  community emergency shelter but its outdated electrical service & distribution system prohibit the installation of an
  emergency generator.


  Project Description:

  This project would consist of upgrading the existing electrical service and distribution system, installation of an emergency
  generator, addition to the current facilities to store cots, blankets, food and other emergency supplies and equipment.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Once the existing Community Center is retrofitted with an emergency generator and storage area it will be capable of
  accommodating at least 300 residents in a time of need.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                            Total

                                     30                                           0                                   30


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reduce health and safety risks of residents by providing a safe place to stay in the event of an emergency situation.
  Reduce impacts on the surrounding environment by utilizing "green" and sustainable building practices.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Local professionals, laborers, materials and supplies will be used to the greatest extent possible to help stimulate the local
  economy.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design/Build has not begun
              R-O-W: City owned
       Environmental: No know hazards have been identified


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: Summer 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The Design-Build project delivery method will be used to ensure the retrofit is completed on time and within budget. No
  land acquisition will be necessary.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Canary Island Riverside Greenway                                                       $19,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    3                    St. Louis County                      6


  The "Change We Need"
  The "Change We Need" is to get people thinking about the environment, their relationship to it, and their ability to become
  great stewards of our scarce natural resources. This Greenway, strategically located adjacent to Jefferson Barracks Park
  along the Mississippi, and a part of the Riverside Greenway, will provide a complementary educational opportunity for
  suburban children to learn valuable lessons taught in nature through their immersion in nature. Hiking, biking and walking
  trails will provide access to the natural experiences at the site. Imagine a small child catching a fish for the first time — the
  sense of joy, empowerment, self sufficiency, beauty, understanding the responsibility for life and death— or watching a
  dragonfly lay eggs in the water — larvae mature, swimming and then taking off in flight! Imagine the test of skills of trying
  to catch a bull frog, turtle, or snake and the knowledge gained in those attempts. The wonder and amazement sparked at
  such an early age by watching and interacting with nature will lead to a lifetime of learning and respect for our
  environment.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 20-acre sustainable, inner-ring nature reserve on the banks of the Mississippi River, adjacent to historic
  Jefferson Barracks Park in south St. Louis County. Includes construction of a bridge across railroad tracks to provide
  access to the reserve from surrounding neighborhoods and the region’s larger trail system.


  Desired Outcomes:
  By providing a balanced connection to the environment through restored habitat, we are providing a "true" natural
  perspective of man's relationship with nature, which will not only improve the health of our environment and its animals,
  but provide educational opportunities and enhance the physical and mental health of the people that visit as well.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total
                                    230                                            5                                  235


  Environmental Impacts:
  The park will have trees that will produce fresh oxygen, cut down on the heat island effect, demonstrate how water is
  naturally cleansed, the role that flood plains serve, and provide scarce habitat for our indigenous species of flora and
  fauna. Support migratory species that use the Mississippi flyway. It is the intent of the Park design to use green
  technologies including composting toilets and solar lighting reducing the impact on the environment.


  Other Economic Impacts:
   The park will contribute to the quality of life of the nearby residents and visitors. The St. Louis region suffers from the loss
  of its young professionals. One of the factors attributing to this loss is that we don't have "cool" outside open public
  spaces that encourage people to be active and spend time outside. There is a significant regional effort to create a
  complete bike trail system and open space opportunities that invite outdoor use. Through the development of open
  spaces we can make the community more attractive and retain our youth. Young people are vital to our economic growth
  as they are our most creative, vital, risk taking, economically active and entrepreneurial sector. The Greenway is a rare
  public space where residents and visitors alike can touch the Mississippi River. In conjunction with Jefferson Barracks
  Park, it will enhance our efforts to create tourism destinations and activity in this area of St. Louis County.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
         Site control: Complete
       Environmental: Complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: N/A
  Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  It is anticipated that the project will be constructed by Great Rivers Greenway, the regional organization responsible for
  designing and constructing the Greenway System.


  Supporting Graphics:




             View North                                     Pavilion                                    Greenway




             Wetlands                                       Scenic




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Civic Center East Renovations                                                         $500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                   1                       Hazelwood                        2


  The "Change We Need"
  The City wants to renovate our Civic Center and make it more energy efficient.


  Project Description:
  Renovate Civic Center East to make it more energy efficient and weather tight.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Create a more comfortable building for people using this community center for gathering, meeting, exercise, and as a
  heating or cooling center or emergency shelter.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    10                                          10                                 20


  Environmental Impacts:
  Making this building more energy efficient will reduce the amount of gas and electric needed to either heat or cool this
  building resulting in reduced emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  Many companies like to locate in communities that allow their workers to use the city's amenities such as weight room,
  track, swimming pool and meeting rooms. Many of the companies in Hazelwood and their employees use the city facilities.



  Project Status:
              Design: within 6 months of funding
              R-O-W: none required
       Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 13 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  Design build


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Chesterfield Parks/Trail Improvements                                               $8,400,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District       Municipality / City       County Council District
                         Missouri                    2                    Chesterfield                      7


  The "Change We Need"
  Providing outdoor recreational, cultural and performing arts venues and facilities will foster community engagement and
  healthier lifestyles. The proposed improvements are located near the development of Downtown Chesterfield, a 100-acre
  multi-use planned development that provides opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy the beauty and amenities of
  the entire Chesterfield Valley and the Missouri River Greenway. An amphitheater and pedestrian trail through the preserved
  natural habitat will provide recreational, fitness and multi-modal access improvements for the community.


  Project Description:
  Proposed improvements include 1) site development and construction of a Municipal Amphitheater designed for
  accommodating 2,500 - 3,000 people. Project includes clearing, grubbing, grading, retaining walls, utility extensions,
  bandshell or stage, concessions, restrooms, lawn seating, lighting, sidewalks, landscaping, irrigation, turf grass, and
  parking facilities. 2) System of four pedestrian bridges, and construction of two small re-circulating streamways within the
  City of Chesterfield Central Park, completing a 3,5-mile looped trail around the park lake. Trail system runs adjacent to the
  YMCA, County Library, Veterans Memorial, and City aquatic facility. 3) Development of a ten-foot-wide asphalt trail on the
  crest of the levee from I-64 to Centaur Road, with a trailhead/parking area at the MO Dept. of Conservation's Howell Island
  Access. 4) Construction of a linear riparian trail within a reserved, natural corridor. Trail system runs adjacent to the
  YMCA, County Library, Veterans Memorial, City aquatic facility and community park. Links with Downtown Chesterfield,
  Levee Trail system, Pathway on the Parkway and Pedestrian access improvements on State Route 340.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Serves as a regional draw to supplement adjacent economic growth and as an attraction to improve quality of life within the
  community. Improves access to recreational facilities as well as to complete linkages in an integrated trail system.
  Enhances awareness and preservation of natural riparian habitat.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                         Total
                                    80                                          5                                 85


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project is integrated with and adjacent to recently enhanced and planned "walkable" amenities, e.g. Pathway on the
  Parkway, Levee Trail and the comprehensive pedestrian access ways provided along State Route 340. It will reduce local
  reliance on traditional transportation modes and increase the ability of pedestrians to walk and bike to local facilities.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction of the amphitheater within Central Park provides a local performance art opportunity within the "downtown"
  area of Chesterfield in addition to providing the new downtown with entertainment that compliments area dining and
  shopping . The construction of the amphitheater will be an attractive draw for residents as well as local businesses and
  developers. All work will be contracted, helping the local economy using labor and materials in the St. Louis County
  market.




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  Project Status:
              Design: All projects currently in progress
              R-O-W: Complete
       Environmental: Complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring/Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing: none
   Finish Construction: December 2009-June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  City is already forward funding the design in hopes of expediting construction of the project.




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     Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
     Communicable Disease Control Services                                                  $2,100,000


     Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                                                    1, 2, 3, 8               Eastern District of
                             Missouri                                                                             All 7
                                                       &9                        Missouri


     The "Change We Need"
     Effective health policy dictates that prevention be granted equal footing with treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
     With proactive policy from CDC that standardizes curricula for STD prevention and education, and is inclusive of all
     scientifcally-based prevention methods, with emphasis on adolscent health, we anticipate a precipitous drop in disease
     transmission.


     Project Description:
     Currently, St. Louis County and the metropolitan St. Louis area, according to the CDC, has among the highest
     transmission rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia in the nation. We propose early intervention programs focused on
     adolsecent health, in collaboration with the 23 local school districts, that are culturally relevant and tailored to the needs
     of each district. Health educators will work hand-in-hand with each school district, and each district will have its own
     health educator assigned to work specifically with them. This project will include both prevention and enhanced disease
     treatment and follow-up through fast-track clinical services.


     Desired Outcomes:
     Increased knowledge and awareness of prevention methods among adolescents by 30% over two years; improved
     access to clincal services; rapid follow-up for infected individuals; counseling and referral services for their partners.


     Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                        0                                            15                                   15


     Environmental Impacts:
     None noted.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     Disease prevention and health education decreases the costs of tertiary hospital and Emergency Room visits related to
     sexually transmitted diseases.


     Project Status:
                 Design: None
                 R-O-W:
          Environmental:


     Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
                    Start: 3/1/2009
         Interim Phasing: N/A
                   Finish: ongoing community-based services


     Schedule Description:
     Currently, the infrastructure/facilities and staff are in place. However, capacity is limited by fiscal need.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Community Center and Park Improvements - Valley Park                                   $2,500,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                       Valley Park                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Valley Park would like to expand it's park system, which will provide additional City jobs and increase the
  patronization of the local businesses.


  Project Description:
  This project will consist of installing a large pavilion, 2 playground structures, 4 new baseball fields, and 7 new soccer
  fields. Also included will be movable bathroom facilities and movable concession facilities.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This project will increase usage for the local park and trail systems. The City will be able to attract large groups of people
  (tournaments) that will contribute to the economic betterment of the local businesses.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                     17                                           3                                   20


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will allow for a large amount of green space with the new fields. This project will also review the water reuse
  from the effluent of the Grand Glaize Wastewater Treatment plant to provide water for field maintenance.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will provide jobs for new maintenance workers needed to maintain this park. The local businesses will benefit
  from users of the facilities patronizing a close business while tournaments are ongoing.


  Project Status:
               Design: Preliminary
               R-O-W: Project will be on current City property.
        Environmental: Clearances will be obtained during final design.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The project will be designed by the end of 2009. Construction to follow after design. Construction will take approximately
  1 year. The City will ensure that adequate resources are used in the design process and will ensure a liquidated damages
  clause is enforced on the contractor.




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Community Center Renovations - Hazelwood                                              $3,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                       Hazelwood                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to make our community center more energy efficient and provide additional space to meet the needs of our
  citizens.


  Project Description:
  Renovate the community center to make it more energy efficient. Add additional space for meeting rooms and a new
  enlarged exercise room.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This building will require less energy to heat and cool in future years saving the taxpayers money. The expansion will
  allow more citizens to avail themselves of the Center.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                            Total

                                   120                                           40                                  160


  Environmental Impacts:
  Reducing the amount of energy required to heat or cool this building will result in lower emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Companies like to locate in communities where their employees can use the city facilities. Many of the businesses located
  in Hazelwood utilize our city facilities.


  Project Status:
              Design: within 6 months of funding
              R-O-W: none required
       Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 15 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  Design build


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Crestwood - Rayburn Park Improvements                                                    $200,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                        Crestwood                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City's are in desperate need of improved infrastructure and roads, and the energy-efficient buildings (which in turn will
  save the taxpayer's money). These needs should be addressed first in order for our neighborhoods to be safe and we
  shouldn't put any of our citizens at risk while they are out and about. Due to today's economy, the majority of
  municipalities are hurting (many City's budgets depend on sales taxes) and in turn many capital improvements projects will
  have to be postponed until our economy gets better. Some of these projects cannot and should not be postponed, due to
  adverse effect they would have on our citizens and their safety.


  Project Description:
  This project involves replacement of playground equipment, new surfacing path, new benches; it will address the
  stormwater issue inside the park.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Create the desirable place for people to relax and enjoy with their families.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                     1                                                0                                1


  Environmental Impacts:

  This project would allow us to eliminate the deficient equipment inside the park; address the stormwater problem, and
  replace it with environmentally friendly materials.



  Other Economic Impacts:

  If this project is selected to be constructed, it would create construction jobs.


  Project Status:
               Design: Ready for construction.
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: within 3-4 months
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 3-4 months




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  Schedule Description:
  The City would obtain the bids from the contractors to address the problems inside the Rayburn Park. Competitive bids
  would be sought. The City would be managing the renovation work.


  Supporting Graphics:




            Playground                                  Playground                              Stormwater problem




        Stormwater problem                              Playground                                  Pathway




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Creve Coeur Park Facilities Development                                             $4,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                       Unincorporated St.
                         Missouri                  2                                                        2
                                                                         Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park, as much as any one place in St. Louis County, fosters a healthy community. With more
  than 1.2 million users each year, the park provides access to hiking and bicycling paths, sports fields, boating, and much
  more. Due to its age and high usage, however, the park is in serious decline. Twelve miles of multi-use trail connect 370
  acres of lake, 700 acres of wetland, eight shelters, seven restrooms, four playgrounds, three boat ramps, and 26 sports
  fields. New facilities that reflect current trends in recreation will provide the needed outlet for year-round outdoor
  recreation, promoting outdoor exercise and healthy life styles for all ages.


  Project Description:
  Renovation of public facilities in this west St. Louis County park, which serves 1,233,000 annual users. Changes include
  improved vehicular/pedestrian access, parking, picnic facilities, shoreline, boardwalks, and interpretive areas. Creve Coeur
  Lake water quality will be enhanced by improving its deteriorating shoreline & restoring wetlands.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include healthier communities engaged in increased water surface activities active recreation trail
                                                                                     activities,       recreation,
  systems and day use activities (picnic sites, shelters, playgrounds).
  Enhanced community appreciation for natural open space activities and conservation (habitat restoration, wetlands,
  interpretive/education, wildlife viewing).
  Increased park usage by all segments of the population.
  Restoration of the natural landscape.
  Improved water quality of the lake.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                         Total
                                    74                                        216                                290


  Environmental Impacts:
  Parks promote healthy living and provide beautiful open green space for residents to enjoy. In this project, sustainable
  construction techniques will be utilized, including "Low-Impact Development," the recycling/reuse of demolished building
  materials and post-consumer recycled products and packaging. Creve Coeur Lake will be enhanced by improving its
  deteriorating shoreline and existing wetlands. Water is a commodity that we can hardly afford to waste and this project will
  assist in improving water quality of 370 acres of lake.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Indirect economic job growth will occur in the following areas - clothing retail, sporting goods, individual and group
  instructions. The variety of outdoor recreational features also promotes large special events, which benefit charities and
  encourage family activities,




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  Project Status:
              Design: Preliminary Design Completed 2003
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: EIS for Howard Bend Levee District completed August 2005 (contains 2003 Master Plan)

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009 (Selective Demolition and Shoreline Stabilization)
       Interim Phasing: October 2009 thru April 2010 (Pedestrian and Vehicular Circulation)
   Finish Construction: December 2010 (Restrooms, playgrounds, shelters and other construction renovations)

  Schedule Description:
  Standard restroom, shelter and playground plans already exist. Details and specifications have been developed making
  completed construction documents. Planning would be completed by mid 2009 and construction could start early Summer
  2009 and be completed by December 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




       Shelters / Restrooms /                     Lakefront / Shoreline
                                                                                            Water Surface Activities
            Playgrounds                              Improvements




                                                                                             Wetland Restoration /
     Trail System Development                      Day Use Activities
                                                                                                Interpretation




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Dade Park Improvements - Ferguson                                                     $156,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                   1                       Ferguson                         1


  The "Change We Need"

  Ferguson is a community on the precipice of rebirth in terms of business growth and new development. But a growing
  city needs healthy citizens. The Live Well Ferguson health initiative aims to fight childhood obesity and create a healthier
  community with an emphasis on getting people moving. This project will help to foster a healthier, more active community.


  Project Description:

  This project will add two new entrances to this neighborhood park to make the park more accessible to the entire
  neighborhood and community. The improvements include two new entries with parking, signage, landscaping, benches,
  fencing, and trash cans. This project also will add a 1/3 mile walking/jogging path around the entire perimeter of the park.


  Desired Outcomes:
  These improvements will make the park more user friendly with easier access for the entire community. It will also have a
  new trail to promote healthier living in conjunction with our Live Well Ferguson health initiative by promoting physical
  activities. Fi ll it will f ilit t quicker access and openness f l
    ti iti    Finally,  ill facilitate i k              d                                           l to
                                                                     for law enforcement personnel t ensure safety in the
                                                                               f       t                         f t i th
  park.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total
                                   8-10                                         0                                 8-10


  Environmental Impacts:
  This will promote the use of the park and, with the addition of a new entrance, should promote walking to the park rather
  than driving. The new trail will also encourage walking for exercise, thereby promoting healthier lifestyles and a more
  wellness-focused community. Additional landscaping also will be added, which will have a positive environmental affect.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The park improvements will create work due to additional maintenance of the facility on a regular basis. Future economic
  impact will also be related to the maintenance of the facility, including maintaining and replacing signs, landscaping,
  mulching, sealing asphalt, and replacing equipment (playground, trash cans, benches, etc.).


  Project Status:
              Design: Completed
              R-O-W: Spring 2009
       Environmental: Spring 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
   Start Construction: Spring 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: Fall/Winter 2009 or Spring 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  Public Works will work closely with several contractors for each facet of the project. We will adhere to a strict timeline to
  ensure the park will be ready and accessible for summer activities.


  Supporting Graphics:




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   Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
   Electronic Dental Records System                                                     $200,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                1&2                    St. Louis County                   All 7


   The "Change We Need"
   In order to make our health care system less costly, we need to access available technology. Moving our health care
   systems to paperless record keeping ensures information is both accurate and readily accessible. This method could
   prove beneficial to both patients and providers.


   Project Description:
   While our medical practice has enjoyed the benefits of an electronic medical record, our dental practice still works
   entirely with paper charts and conventional film x-rays. This proposed project would replace the charts with a medical
   charting solution that is compatible with the Allscripts medical record system and replace the conventional film x-rays
   with digital x-rays. This project would involve purchasing a leading software package such as that offered by Goetz.
   Consulting services would be incurred to implement the system. Hardware costs would include computers for the
   examination rooms and dental staff. An additional server would also be required. The cost of this project, all inclusive,
   is estimated to be $200,000.


   Desired Outcomes:
   Using industry metrics, it is estimated that such a system would save us:
   - $4,000/month in time savings through efficiency inherent in the system, reducing time developing films, etc.
   - $1,000/month in films, developing supplies and other consumables directly related to developing conventional film
      x-rays.


   Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                          Total

                                     0                                          0                                   0


   Environmental Impacts:
   The benefits of an electronic charting system are well documented. Charts are more readily available when needed, staff
   can easily access and append them, staff can import information from other sources (such as referring physicians and
   outsourced laboratories), the physical storage space requirements are significantly reduced, and less paper is used
   which is good for the environment and makes economic sense.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   The economic impact of this project would be positive. We would cease using chemicals for film developing, and cease
   using consumable x-ray film.


   Project Status:
               Design: None
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:




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   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: 4/1/2009
        Interim Phasing:
    Finish Construction: 12/31/2009


   Schedule Description:
   This project will start with an assessment of our current processes and mapping the data requirements. We will then
   begin a bidding process that assures that we receive a quality product at the lowest cost possible. The software provider
   will deploy the software and any necessary hardware to our dental offices. In addition to the aspects of a typical
   deployment, the application will be customized to interface with our County ERP system. When the system is live, users
   will be trained on usage prior to ‘go live’ and a program of recurring training will be established for new and existing dental
   employees.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Eureka Alternative Transportation Improvements                                           $1,900,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                          Eureka                           7


  The "Change We Need"
  This project will help facilitate a positive change in the lifestyle and transportation habits of St. Louis County residents. It
  will also result in the immediate creation of construction jobs, as well as permanent maintenance positions. The
  development of these primary routes will be the foundation for the future construction of additional trail connections
  included the Community Wide Multi-Use Trails Plan.


  Project Description:
  Construction of primary routes unidentified in the City's Community Wide Multi-Use Trails Plan.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The development of this project will provide residents with the opportunity to safely access the City's schools, parks,
  neighborhoods and the downtown business corridor, which includes a commuter lot adjacent to Interstate 44. This will
  assist in creating a better of sense of community and enhance the local economy through the creation of jobs while
                                                                           bicyclists.
  providing a safe alternative route to local business for pedestrians and bicyclists


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                      2                                            10                                  12


  Environmental Impacts:
  The construction of these trails will provide St. Louis County residents direct non-motorized access to local schools,
  businesses, residential neighborhoods, City and State parks, as well as recreational opportunities. The trails are designed
  to create safe alternative transportation, which in turn, will reduce the use of fossil fuels and decrease green house gas
  emissions. A successful trail system will encourage a healthy and active community as well provide opportunities for
  environmental education.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The development of this project will stimulate the implementation and construction of the City's Community Wide Multi-Use
  Trails Plan resulting in a increased demand for jobs and resources.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Ferguson Community Center                                                              $8,715,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Ferguson                         1


  The "Change We Need"
  Our community needs a central place where residents and businesses can gather for events, meetings, and recreational
  activities. 61% of our residents support a new community center, but due to budget constraints and limited resources, we
  need help meeting this public need.


  Project Description:
  This project is a 37,000-sq. ft., multi-use, indoor/outdoor recreation center with a restaurant, fitness center, and
  conference/meeting spaces.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The fitness center will improve the health of the residents who use the facility. People will also have a place to meet and
  build closer relationships with other residents and with the City, improving on the strong sense of community that
  residents already feel.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total
                                 25-50                                          5-10                                30-60


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will enhance the use of our January-Wabash Park by drawing residents to the park area. Green construction
  alternatives would be considered throughout the design process, utilizing natural lighting and energy-efficient lighting
  where feasible, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, appliances, etc.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will draw more residents to the park, which sits adjacent to our downtown. Our hope and belief is that
  residents will dine and shop at the small businesses that are located in our downtown business district, helping our main
  street economy.


  Project Status:
               Design: Artist renderings completed, no architectural plans
              R.O.W.: Completed - city-owned property
        Environmental: Pending

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Fall/Winter 2009
      Interim Phasing: TBD
  Finish Construction: Spring/Summer 2011




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  Schedule Description:
  This project will likely sit on the shelf unless federal funds are made available to assist with the cost of construction.


  Supporting Graphics:




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   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   Ferguson Community Improvements                                                       $1,413,000


   Location:                State           Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District
                           Missouri                   1                       Ferguson                         1


   The "Change We Need"
   Building a livable, sustainable community implies making it easy for people to move about, interact with neighbors and
   feel safe as they move through their community. This project will include several enhancements to the infrstructure and
   community facilities in Ferguson, which will add to the area's safety, livability and appearance. The proposed community
   facility fosters a healthy, more engaged community by uniting disparate but important groups in Ferguson. It will join an
   older business district with a new business park that is expected to add jobs and improve commerce regionally. It will
   encourage lower-income residents in nearby neighborhoods to participate in “Live Well Ferguson” health initiative
   activities. Improvements to Dade Park will also help fight childhood obesity and create a healthier community with an
   emphasis on getting people moving. It will encourage smart business growth in the nearby business district. Recent
   improvements to Suburban Avenue have helped improve traffic flow coming from a major development and improves
   neighborhood street safety. Brotherton Lane was also recently improved to include sidewalks in front of a grade school
   and a high school. The proposed addition of new lighting, as requested here, will complete this transformation and further
   improve the safety and appearance inside a school zone. The result will be a more sustainable, cohesive community with
   more economic opportunities. The proposed Dog Park will help to revitalize a neighborhood affected by poverty, juvenile
   crime, and low student academic achievement. It will bring together people from different economic levels and
   encourage healthy outdoor activities.


   Project Description:
   Facility and infrastructure enhancements in Ferguson, Missouri including construction of a multi-use outdoor community
   facility that will act as the both the entry monument to NorthPark and a public redevelopment project; new entrances to
   Dade neighborhood park to make it more accessible, with parking, signage, landscaping, benches, fencing and trash
   cans; improved lighting on Suburban Avenue and Brotherton Lane to improve safety and appearance inside a school
   zone; and development of a dog park.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The proposed community facility will actually act as the trailhead of a larger trail system that is currently in the planning
   stages. The hope of the coordinators for the Maline Creek Greenway, Great Rivers Greenway and Trailnet is that this
   aids in overall environmental awareness.The lighting projects will improve safety and security for residents and visitors to
   these neighborhoods and schools. It will also improve visibility for motorists on a busy thoroughfare and near two
   schools. It will have the added benefits of improving the appearance of two neighborhoods and schools and of providing
   venue for bringing area residents together to build community.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                                                          Maintenance for
                                    44-50                                                                           50
                                                                          current PW staff

   Environmental Impacts:
   Enhancements in and around NorthPark will promote the use of the park and, with the addition of a new entrance, should
   promote walking to the park rather than driving. The new trail will also encourage walking for exercise, thereby promoting
   healthier lifestyles and a more wellness-focused community. Additional landscaping also will be added, which will have a
   positive environmental effect. The updated light fixtures are more energy efficient while providing better lighting for safety
   and security for the residents and students of the schools and homes within these two neighborhoods. The design of the
   Dog Park will ensure that existing natural buffers stay in place while providing additional landscaping. This will also
   assist with the issue of dog waste being left in other parks and areas of the City. The park is expected to have a great
   impact on water quality in the area as well. Since the participants will be provided with materials to properly dispose of
   waste, there should be a positive environmental impact on the community, especailly in the area of water quality.




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   Other Economic Impacts:
    This public improvement of an area that was previously regarded as an eyesore and underutilized will add to the appeal
   of the downtown business district and help to attract further development and businesses. The park improvements will
   create work due to additional maintenance of the facility on a regular basis. Future economic impact will also be related
   to the maintenance of the facility, including maintaining and replacing signs, landscaping, mulching, sealing asphalt, and
   replacing equipment (playground, trash cans, benches, etc.). In addition, funding will go to the manufactuer of the poles
   and fixtures and for shipping, installation, electricians, and ongoing cost of operating the fixtures, including maintenance,
   repairs, and bulbs/parts replacement.


   Project Status:
               Design: Completed
               R-O-W: Completed
        Environmental: Prepared

   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: January/February 2009
        Interim Phasing: February 2009
    Finish Construction: March/April 2009

   Schedule Description:
   We will work diligently with the contractors to make this schedule work efficiently and install the lighting as soon as
   possible for this project. We already have the post and fixtures and all hardware ordered and being manufactured. The
   construction crew and electricians are ready to start as soon as the materials arrive.


   Supporting Graphics:
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              Caption 1




                                                        Proposed Lighting




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                      Proposed Dog Park




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Ferguson - Wayside Dog Park                                                              $58,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Ferguson                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  The proposed Dog Park will help to revitalize a neighborhood affected by poverty, juvenile crime, and low student
  academic achievement. It will bring together people from different economic levels and encourage healthy outdoor
  activities. This in turn will help to foster a more active and livable community.


  Project Description:
  We have been working on the development of a Dog Park with the assistance of a citizen steering committee. Citizen
  groups approached the City asking for a dog park to provide a service for a large number of residents with dogs. The
  park would include fencing, separate areas for large and small dogs, trash receptacles, dog waste stations, benches,
  signage and landscaping, This is the first phase, with plans to upgrade or improve the park each year.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This project will provide a service to the many pet owners - both residents and visitors - in the area, while bringing
  together a group of people with common interests and building a positive community spirit. The park will be a safe and
  secure place for older citizens, families, and visitors to bring their dogs and allow them to be off leash in a safe, secure,
      friendly environment.
  and friendl en ironment


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total
                                    8-10                                          0                                 8-10


  Environmental Impacts:
  The design will ensure that existing natural buffers stay in place while providing additional landscaping. This will also
  assist with issue of dog waste being left in other parks and areas of the City. The park is expected to have a great impact
  on water quality in the area as well. Since the participants will be provided with materials to properly dispose of waste,
  there should be a positive environmental impact on the community, especially in the area of water quality.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  Aside from the original investment of materials and labor, there will be ongoing maintenance and replacement of items in
  years to come. Expansion of amenities is also planned for the future, including providing a water line and adding lighting,
  parking, a shelter, and restrooms. Each year is based on available funding. Additional funds will be spent on upgrades.


  Project Status:
               Design: Completed
               R-O-W: Spring 2009
        Environmental: Spring 2009

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
   Start Construction: Spring 2009
      Interim Phasing: Spring 2009
  Finish Construction: Fall 2009




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  Schedule Description:
  The Public Works Department will be working closely with several contractors, based on timelines, in order to ensure the
  project is completed on time, or early, to make this facility available for the peak season for Dog Parks. We have been
  fortunate to have several reliable contractors bid on City projects. Several of the minor items will be done using current
  City staff to accelerate the process and keep these employees working.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Florissant Stormwater Improvements                                                   $32,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                          Missouri                    1                      Florissant                        4


  The "Change We Need"
  As more individuals and families move into the City of Florissant, the need to be more environmentally friendly and
  conserve fresh water increases. By changing the flow of storm water runoff in the Old Town Florissant District to an
  adequate system, the surrounding streams will be less likely to receive high sediment runoff which can endanger local
  aquatic life. Reclaimed water will be used to irrigate the public golf course, thus taking advantage of a nearby source and
  integrating a green engineering concept.


  Project Description:
  The construction of a storm water drainage system through the installation of new curb and guttering integrated within the
  Old Town Florissant District; the construction of a piping system to irrigate the golf course utilizing reclaimed water from a
  nearby wastewater treatment plant.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This project will improve health conditions by eliminating the possibility of West Nile and other diseases resulting from
  standing water after rainfall events. This project will improve safety conditions by alleviating the large pending areas within
  the street right-of-ways, therefore, eliminating the possibility of vehicle accidents. The project also will provide
  environmental benefits by decreasing or eliminating the amount of fresh water used for irrigation at the Golf Course.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total
                                     95                                           0                                 95


  Environmental Impacts:
  By changing the flow of storm water runoff in the Old Town Florissant District to an adequate system, the surrounding
  streams will be less likely to receive high sediment runoff which can endanger local aquatic life.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project stimulates secondary economic benefits with indirect economic job growth due to the construction process of
  this project.


  Project Status:
              Design: 6 Months
         Site control: Compliance throughout the construction process in accordance with NPDES PHASE II.
       Environmental: Compliance throughout the construction process in accordance with NPDES PHASE II.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Late Fall 2009
      Interim Phasing: Throughout Phases 8-40 of this Entire Project
  Finish Construction: Late Fall 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Design build process and permit streamlining until project is completed.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Kennedy Recreation Complex Replacement                                               $22,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated
                          Missouri                  2                                                         6
                                                                         St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  Every community needs a place where they can gather, recreate, socialize and build strong connections. In south St.
  Louis County, the Kennedy Complex has served this role for the past 30 years. Now, this complex is becoming outdated
  and obsolete. In order to meet a growing need for recreational services for all ages, a new complex is needed, one that is
  expected to serve even more than the 103,000 who currently utilize this facility each year. The new center will feature a
  wide range of facilities and programs, including wellness and exercise programs to help seniors and youth fight increasing
  obesity, expanded day camps, and after school programs.


  Project Description:
  This project provides a new LEED-certified community complex. The 66,700 square foot complex will include an ice rink,
  track, multi-purpose rooms, fitness area, playground, trails, an outdoor aquatic center, lap pool, lazy river, play feature,
  and shelters. It will replace an inefficient, ineffective community center dating from the 1970s.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This new complex will allow for more programming of events for the community, meet their desired recreational needs,
  promote healthier children through physical activity, and enhance programs for the elderly. It will also provide
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  employment opportunities for youth. Each of these exercise and socializing elements are in very short supply in this
  community.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                   175                                          165                                340


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new constructed facility will replace outdated HVAC systems and will increase energy efficiency. New construction
  techniques will include "LEED" standards, southern solar gain, "Low-Impact Development", recycling/reusing demolished
  building materials, and post-consumer products. Natural landscaping will be used to decrease the carbon footprint.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This destination facility will foster area spin-off support and complementary businesses and services (food service,
  supportive pool industries, exercise and apparel). This site will also provide an additional outlet for day camps, day care,
  and school trips.


  Project Status:
              Design: Conceptual Design and Cost Estimates complete
         Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County Parks
       Environmental: Finding of no significant impact June 2003

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Six months after receiving funds
      Interim Phasing: Building demo and construction ASAP
  Finish Construction: Project complied within 21 months of start.




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  Schedule Description:
  Primary design and cost estimates have been completed. Construction bidding documents will be available within 90 days
  of funding.

  Supporting Graphics:




                                    Kennedy Recreation Complex Site Plan




                                            Water Park Improvements




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               New Kennedy Recreation Facility




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Ladue Early Childhood Center & Administrative Center                                      $16,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                        St. Louis                         3


  The "Change We Need"
  In order to compete in today's global economy, we must place a higher premium on the education of our children,
  particularly at the Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary education levels. Several studies and statistics show that
  there exists a direct correlation between the academic and social performance of our children at the elementary and
  secondary levels, and the access or lack of exposure these children have had to quality early childhood education
  services. The initiative we are requesting funds for will directly address this important concern within our St. Louis
  community.


  Project Description:
  This construction initiative includes a new 50,000+ square foot Early Childhood Center, which replaces an existing and out-
  dated 70+ year old facility. Additionally, this construction effort also includes a new 15,000 square foot Administrative
  Center that also replaces an aged, outdated structure.


  Desired Outcomes:
  As a result of this construction, we will be able to offer state-of-the-art early childhood education within the District, and
  additional state-approved programming we have not been able to provide due to the limitations of the current facility. We
  will also be able to expand the provision of our services, as the new facility will accommodate additional students and
  associated staffing. Improvements will also be made in the professional development of associated personnel. Finally,
  the new Administrative Center will provide highly needed conference and meeting room space for District students,
  parents and patrons.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                    220                                           50                                 270


  Environmental Impacts:
  We will work with the architectural and construction management teams under this initiative to promote and construct
  sustainable classroom, office and meeting room space that will include utility features and efficiencies that will protect our
  environment and conserve valuable resources.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will stimulate secondary economic growth in several ways, as the stronger educational system this project will
  create will attract new residents and entities to the community to take advantage of these new resources.


  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual Designs have been completed and presented to the Board and Community
               R-O-W: Pending
        Environmental: Pending




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  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Spring 2010
       Interim Phasing: Spring 2011
   Finish Construction: Spring 2012


  Schedule Description:
  We will employ the construction management concept to oversee construction and ensure the meeting of all associated
  timeline and financial budgets.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                                     Artist Rendering




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Lemay Community Center and Enhancements                                                  $7,600,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City          County Council District
                                                                           Unincorporated St.
                           Missouri                    3                                                           6
                                                                             Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  The Lemay Community Center will provide more than a place for recreation or aquatics for the people of Lemay, an older
  ring suburban community that has experienced disinvestment. The center will provide: a place where whole families can
  go to spend time together; a place where organizations can offer physical and educational training classes; a place where
  kids can spend time and learn to swim; and finally, a place where other non-profit organizations can offer services to the
  residents, including health screenings, meals for seniors, and computer training. In so doing, the Center offers an
  incredible opportunity to enhance the health and well-being of this south St. Louis County community.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 30,000 sq. ft. community and aquatic center. Enhancements will include sidewalk access
  improvements; connection to current park walking trails, historic elements, and neighborhoods; and, new traffic signal at
  entrance.


  Desired Outcomes:
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                                                                                     participate in recreational activities. It will
  provide the area schools space for games and activities. It will provide a place within the community for Lemay residents
  to be active all year. It will also provide residents and businesses with meeting space for various occasions.


  Job Creation:           Construction (Direct Only)                      Permanent                           Total
                                      93                                            37                                  130


  Environmental Impacts:
  The goal of this project from its inception is a LEED-certified silver rating. St. Louis County is determined to include
  sustainable features to promote a healthy environment and incur future energy savings. The location of the center was
  also chosen due to its walkability for the resident and community groups to cut down on the need for auto transportation.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This center will provide meeting spaces for organizations to hold classes - including job training, English as a second
  language, and GED classes. It will also provide small businesses with space to hold meetings. The community center will
  employ a large number of area youth to provide services at the aquatic center including life guards, concessions,
  registration and swim lessons.


  Project Status:
               Design: In progress - completed
          Site control: Site is owned by St. Louis County Parks Department
        Environmental: In progress - completed




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: July 2009
      Interim Phasing: N/A
  Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Several project milestones have already been met. The planning and preliminary design work for the community center is
  almost complete. The balance of funding needed for construction has been obtained, and St. Louis County already owns
  the land.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Lemay Key Sites                         Lemay Facility Site Plan                     Lemay Facility Design




       Lemay Facility Design




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 Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
 Lowering Health Care Costs with a New Health Center                                   $25,000,000


 Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                        St. Louis County/
                         Missouri                    1                                                        1
                                                                            Black Jack


 The "Change We Need"
 To build healthy communities, you need adequate health centers. The new Health Center will improve access to health
 care for County residents and reduce health disparities for low-income populations. Doctors, nurses, and technicians will
 have clinical space, lab space, and storage space that meet patients’ needs. Patients will have comfortable waiting
 areas. The facility capacity will be increased so we can reduce the high percentage (40%-50%) of no-shows/walk-outs,
 thereby allowing us to serve 40% more patients. Community security will be enhanced through centrally locating our anti-
 pandemic supplies to ensure rapid response to outbreaks and disasters. A new Health Center designed for better
 customer flow in consideration of new HEPA and patient privacy rights will make our services efficient and patient cost
 will be reduced.


 Project Description:
 Provide new 80,000-square-foot, four-story, energy efficient, green, state-of-the-art health center in St. Louis County,
 providing pediatric dental medicine, pediatric general medicine, teen clinics, woman/infant care and health education to
 replace crowded and inefficient health center. It will be centrally located to provide services to a larger geographical area,
 with easy access to public transportation. It will house modern laboratories and have pharmaceutical services, clinical
 services,                             low-income residents.                  Lab,                           equipment,
 services and counseling services for low income residents The Health Lab with updated space and equipment will
 provide testing services that keep pace with technology and demand. The present lab does not have the capacity to
 respond to an emergency in a timely manner. Meeting and training rooms will be provided for health education and
 community events related to health instruction.


 Desired Outcomes:

 With a new LEED energy efficient building designed for HEPA regulations, we will serve up to 40% more patients
 (including 33% more women and children), by eliminating "walk-outs" and "no-shows"; prevent disease transmission
 through better separation of clients; reduce health care delivery costs by 15%-20% through more efficient and centralized
 operations; increase building energy efficiency by more than 35% through "green" design."



 Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total

                                  160                                           0                                 160


 Environmental Impacts:
 We will use energy-efficient windows, roof material, and insulation. We will incorporate solar power for heat and capture
 rain water for irrigation. We will use recycled plastics for components such as conduits, trim, ceiling components, and
 carpeting; use recycled metals for components such as doors, framing, and ceilings; use recycled glass and day lighting
 systems for a higher R-Factor in windows; and use energy star rated appliances .




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 Other Economic Impacts:
 The new facility will improve our residents lives by improving their health through prevention, thus reducing health care
 costs. The facility will be seismically rated, which will allow it to serve the community in the event of a disaster event. We
 will have emergency generator power back-up so we may serve as the backbone of the health response in a disaster
 event.


 Project Status:
             Design: Design-Build Project
        Site control: Fully Acquired
      Environmental: Incorporated into Design-Build Project


 Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: September 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: December 2010


 Schedule Description:
 We will use a Design-Build project delivery method to ensure the facility is completed by December 2010. It will be
 constructed adjacent to the existing 30-year-old health facility. When 50% of the new structure is complete, we will
 relocate the personnel from the existing facility into the new one. The old building will then be demolished to complete
 construction of the remaining new facility.


 Supporting Graphics:




    Cramped, Uncomfortable                           Cramped Work and
                                                                                               Shared Office and Lab Space
        Waiting Room                                   Storage Space




 Keeping Our Community Healthy                         Caring Physicians




Revision 1.2                                               Page 268                                               March 6, 2009
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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Maline Creek Greenway (St. Vincent's Trail)                                         $9,788,425


  Location:                 State         Congressional District       Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                         Berkeley &
                          Missouri                  1                                                       1
                                                                          Ferguson

  The "Change We Need"
  This change will enable people to utilize the River Ring, a 600 mile loop throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. This
  initiave will transform former railroad tracks into bike paths and walkways.

  Project Description:
  The Maline Creek Greenway forms an east-west connection between the Mississippi River and the Coldwater Creek in
  St. Louis County. Great Rivers Greenway (www.greatriversinfo.org) anticipates work to began in the coming months with
  site preparation and design work for implementation underway.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Once completed, the Maline Creek Greenway will enable pedestrians to walk safely throughout NorthPark and will allow
  for access to the second phase of NorthPark.

  Job Creation:           Construction                               Permanent                         Total
                                    150                                         0                                150


  Environmental Impacts:
  With completion, the Maline Creek greenway will promote alternate sources of transportation which will ultimately
  promote Saint Louis County as greener city. It will reduce congestion, reduce gas consumption, improve Air Quality and
  reduce green-house gases.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  As an amenity to NorthPark, an amenity that few Commercial developments have, this will bode well for NorthPark in
  distinction. This will be one of many factors to win business within NorthPark.

  Project Status:
                       In-progress (proposals from Hansen and Stock & Associates) Applying for additional Brownfield
                Design:
                       Credits
         Site control: NorthPark Partners Controls Ground
       Environmental: Applying for additional Brownfield Credits

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Apply for extended 401 January 1, 2009 (Begin Construction January 1, 2010)
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: July - September 2010 (six-nine month project)

  Schedule Description:
  A partnership between St. Louis County, Great Rivers Greenway, The NorthPark Intergovernmental Commission, Clayco
  and McEagle will ensure that all deadlines will be met.




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  Supporting Graphics:




       Exhibit A - St. Vincent Aerial                 Exhibit B - St. Vincent Enhanced




                                                           Exhibit D - NorthPark Master Plan
      Exhibit C- St. Vincent Overview
                                                     Note: St. Vincent's Trial highlighted in Magenta




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Maline Creek Park - Ferguson                                                             $1,302,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District           Municipality / City         County Council Dist.

                           Missouri                    1                        Ferguson                           1


  The "Change We Need"
  The proposed community facility will be a gathering place that unites disparate but important groups in Ferguson. It will
  join an older downtown business district with a new business park that is expected to add jobs and improve commerce in
  the region. It will encourage lower-income residents in nearby neighborhoods to experience their downtown and
  participate in healthy outdoor activities as part of the “Live Well Ferguson” health initiative. It will encourage smart
  business growth in both new buildings and older renovated structures in the City. It will help to foster a healthy, more
  engaged community.


  Project Description:

  This project will be a multi-use outdoor community facility that will act as the both the entry monument to NorthPark and a
  public redevelopment project to further revitalize downtown Ferguson. NorthPark is a public-private partnered project
  developing a 550 acre office/industrial space and expected to bring an estimated 10,000+ jobs to the area. The proposed
  facility will be a gathering place for citizens and businesspeople and will act as venue for a host of community events.



  Desired Outcomes:
  The most significant outcome will be a catalyst for further economic development within the downtown, the City and the
  region. It will improve the face of the community, provide a community place to gather, and offer a venue for new
  amenities for the area. As the trailhead for the Maline Creek Greenway (a project currently in the planning stages) is will
  contribute to the overall health of the community and our battle with obesity.


  Job Creation:           Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                      20                                             0                                  20


  Environmental Impacts:
  Of course, this is an outdoor project, and will actually act as the trailhead of a larger trail system that is currently in the
  planning stages. The hope of the coordinators for the Maline Creek Greenway, Great Rivers Greenway and Trailnet, is
  that this aids in overall environmental awareness.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  We believe that this public improvement of an area that was previously regarded as an eyesore and underutilized will add
  to the appeal of the downtown business district and help to attract further development and businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: Completed
               R-O-W: Underway
        Environmental: Underway




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Summer 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The City has retained a professional landscape architect and engineering firm who will not only act as the designers of the
  project, but also perform close oversight of the project. The City Engineer and Department of Public Works work diligently
  on project management and ensuring that quality contractors are used for each phase of the project.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Maryland Heights Community Centre                                                      $20,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                    Maryland Heights                      2


  The "Change We Need"
  A community center can be more than a place for people to gather and the Maryland Heights Community Centre offers much
  more. Recreation programs, exercise facilities and classes, opportunities for seniors to socialize, meeting rooms and cultural
  exchange are some examples of what is available. The existing community center is a 35 year old converted church building
  that struggles to meet the needs of the 200,000 annual users and 955 scheduled programs. The building is not energy
  efficient and requires extensive maintenance. To meet the needs of the users a new facility is needed. The new facility will
  feature improved meeting rooms, fitness center and exercise areas for all ages to help combat obesity, promote healthy life
  choices and cultural and intergeneration exchange.


  Project Description:
  The project will be designed with LEED principles and materials. The facility will feature meeting rooms, a fitness area and
  exercise rooms. It will replace an inefficient, undersized, aging community center.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The new community center will promote healthy living through increased health and fitness programs reducing obesity in
  youth and adults. The facility will also be used for meetings and the annual international festival hosted by the City.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                    130                                            20                                150


  Environmental Impacts:
  The building will be designed with LEED principles and materials. This will increase the energy efficiency of the building.
  Natural landscaping will be used to decrease the carbon footprint. All parking areas will be designed to reduce the
  environmental impact of surface runoff by utilizing permeable pavement.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  The facility will improve the health and fitness of the residents reducing their overall health care costs. The project also
  stimulates secondary economic benefits with indirect economic job growth due to the construction process of this project.



  Project Status:
               Design: 8 months
               R-O-W: City owned property
        Environmental: n/a




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Late 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Late 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The City will negotiate a design contract that requires the design be completed within 8 months. The construction contract will
  require completion by the end of 2010.


  Supporting Graphics:




                      Existing Community Centre                                 Existing Community Centre




                      Existing Community Centre                                 Existing Community Centre




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Northwest Plaza Demolition / Environmental Abatement                                 $15,500,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City      County Council District
                         Missouri                    1                       St. Ann                        2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to redevelop a 40+ year old commercial center that once served as the hub of commerce for the northwest St.
  Louis County area. The center is 60% vacant and poses significant redevelopment challenges due to asbestos
  contamination, other environmental challenges and demolition costs.


  Project Description:
  Building and infrastructure demolition, site regrading & excavation, site utilities, roadway, signalization and other public
  improvements to facilitate the redevelopment of a 40+ year old commercial center which once served as the heart of
  business activity in northwest St. Louis County. Project is a public\private partnership through the Missouri Tax Increment
  Financing Act and qualifies for public assistance.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Facilitate and reestablish significant commercial presence in northwest St. Louis County; bring hundreds of new jobs to
  the community; first stabilize then grow the local tax base; provide the community with a safe and modern commercial
  hub.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                   300                                         200                                500


  Environmental Impacts:
  Newly redeveloped project will eliminate significant asbestos contamination and provide for a significantly more
  environmentally friendly commercial center with modern HVAC and other improvements.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  A redeveloped center will provide hundreds of new jobs with new and existing commercial tenants.


  Project Status:
              Design: Ready to bid.
         Site control: Complete
       Environmental: Ready to bid.

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: December 2009
      Interim Phasing: May 2010
  Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  Project is a public\private partnership through the use of certain economic development tools. The City of St. Ann has a
  Development Agreement with the property owner to facilitate the redevelopment. The Development Agreement has a
  binding redevelopment schedule that will insure project completion in order to receive public assistance.


  Supporting Graphics:




     Deteriorated parking areas                         Aging piping                        Non-energy efficient equipment




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost

  Park Improvements - Hazelwood                                                         $2,000,000


  Location:              State        Congressional District           Municipality / City    County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                         Hazelwood                      2


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to replace out dated restroom facilities in ten of the City's parks with new buildings and fixtures as well as replace
  the outdated picnic shelters.


  Project Description:
  Renovate the restroom facilities in ten of the city parks. Most of these facilities were constructed over 50 years ago and
  are outdated and in need of major work. We will also replace outdated picnic shelters.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Park users will have nice new facilities to use when they visit our parks.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                        Total

                                     23                                            2                               25


  Environmental Impacts:
  Replacing the old comfort stations with new facilities will make our parks a more pleasant place to visit which will
  encourage more people to use the parks; new picnic shelters will encourage more people to use the parks and to spend
  more time in the city parks rather than traveling to distant locations.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Many businesses like to locate near parks. In addition there is the possibility that someone may wish to open a bicycle
  rental near the parks.


  Project Status:
               Design: within 6 months of funding
               R-O-W: none required
        Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: within 9 months of funding
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: within 26 months of funding




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  Schedule Description:
  Design build


  Supporting Graphics:




                 E i ti R t
                 Existing Restroom                                  Existing Shelters
                                                                    E i ti Sh lt




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Protecting Vital Services for Animal Control                                          $3,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City          County Council District

                         Missouri                    1                       Olivette                          2


  The "Change We Need"
  Healthy, livable, sustainable communities must also include concern for animals, especially the household pets that are 
  part of many American families. This project recognizes the need to care for abandoned animals,  ensure they are not a 
  threat to area residents, and, if possible, find them new, loving homes. This shelter will be a LEED green, air conditioned 
  environment for dogs & cats and smaller animals (i.e., rabbits) until they are recovered or adopted. Modern facilities will 
  improve their demeanor, reduce their stress, and keep them healthy and adoption ready.


  Project Description:
  Rehabilitate vacant warehouse space to house and protect stray adoptable animals. The LEED green building will provide 
  a secure, friendly environment with modern climate controls. The upgrades will be compliant with state regulations and 
  will be ADA‐accessible.  Present  animal shelters are falling apart, are overcrowded and unable to house the contained 
  animals in a compliant environment.  The new animal shelter will allow us to continue the vital service of removing stray 
  animals from our streets to protect our children from injury/death.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Greater capacity to handle abandoned/stray animals and provide appropriate care for them. Reduced health and safety 
  risks to area residents from stray animals; a LEED green air conditioned environment that keeps pets alive and allows for 
  a better adoption experience; increased holding capacity and emergency power backup.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                            Total

                                    30                                          0                                    30
                                                  

  Environmental Impacts:
  Energy Star electric fixtures and HVAC units are being specified in the design. Window Day lighting will be used where 
  feasible. Heat exchanger reclaim units, rainwater collection and solar hot water heating will be considered for inclusion in 
  the design.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  There will be direct employment of construction trades in building both the shelter's shell and internal systems. HVAC 
  equipment resources and specialty accessories will be required from companies in and out of the St. Louis area.

  Project Status:
               Design:  In process, to be completed by June 2009
          Site control:  Fully acquired
       Environmental:  Environmental assessments have been done with only minimal asbestos abatement required




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction:  Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing:  none required
   Finish Construction:  Summer 2010

  Schedule Description:
  A consulting firm has already started the design. The existing building shell will provide protection to enable the majority 
  of the construction work to be done independent of weather conditions. Established LEED qualifying designs and 
  equipment will be used and standard off‐the‐shelf items will be used as much as possible.


  Supporting Graphics:




  Existing Cage at Animal Shelter                     Poor Climate Control                           Cramped Quarters




                                                     Wants to be adopted!




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Queeny Recreation Complex Replacement                                                $40,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    2                                                       3
                                                                         St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  The 569-acre Queeny Park has long been a gathering place for residents from throughout St. Louis County. From ice
  hockey games to high school graduations, almost 900,000 citizens each year come to Queeny to celebrate and share in a
  sense of community. This new facility will provide ongoing recreational and social well being for all ages in the community.
  Programs for exercise classes, expanded day camp, after school programs, and WiFi access will enhance the
  community’s quality of life. The complex will provide a safe haven for all age groups, connecting to the adjacent
  neighborhoods.


  Project Description:
  Replacement of a 1970's community center, located in west St. Louis County, with a premier, 70,000-square-foot
  community center/exposition hall. Center will include a gymnasium, fitness and exercise area and a dance room, health
  and wellness programs and activities, social interaction for all ages, and WiFi access.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This facility will promote healthy living and create social options for youth and retirees, increase the number of health and
  fitness programs that can be offered, reduce obesity in children and adults, provide access to computers and WiFi, and
  f                                ff
  encourage social participation with dance and theater. It will also provide employment opportunities for youth. Exposition
  and cultural performing facilities, and open space is in short supply in this community.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                   320                                          100                                420


  Environmental Impacts:
  Building expansion will be designed with LEED materials and principles, including HVAC and lighting. Parking and
  pedestrian areas will be designed with permeable features, reducing impact on environment from storm water runoff and
  unnecessary land disturbance. Natural landscaping material will be used to decrease the carbon footprint.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This destination facility will foster area spin-off support and complementary businesses and services (food service, retail,
  cultural).


  Project Status:
              Design: Schematic completed; Design could be completed 9 months after receipt of funds.
         Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County, MO
       Environmental: Current finding of no significant impact

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009
   Start Construction: 12 months after receipt of funds
      Interim Phasing: Design-Build method of Mechanical and Electrical systems.
  Finish Construction: Construction complete within 18 months of start of construction.




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  Schedule Description:
  Primary design and cost estimates have been completed. Construction could commence within 12 months of funding
  notice. Design build methods will be used for mechanical electrical components to accelerate project schedule.


  Supporting Graphics:




           Master Plan                         Welcome and Exposition                        First Floor Plan




       New LEEDS Building                      A Destination Play Area                    Queeny Village Center




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Riverwalk Environmental Entreprenuership
                                                                                        $65,000,000
  Arts & Cultural District


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                          St. Louis County,
                          Missouri                 1&3                     St. Louis City,                  1, 5 & 6
                                                                           University City


  The "Change We Need"
   The Riverwalk is highly visible, inspires and engages the public, and will begin demonstrating progress and job creation
  within hours of approval. The Riverwalk uniquely corrects an environmentally catastrophic situation, creates watershed,
  develops a linear park system , reduces pollution flowing into the Mississippi river, creates new business opportunities
  and thousands of permanent jobs. Riverwalk will be a national symbol of recovery that will attract an estimated 5 million
  visitors per year. Like the WPA project which built the River Des Peres, the Riverwalk will demonstrate the determination,
  unity and spirit of the American people.


  Project Description:
  The Riverwalk along River Des Peres will be an environmental, entrepreneurial, educational, recreational infrastructure
  project that will blend with it the arts and cultural pride and will become a community recovery and inspirational district.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The riverwalk corrects environmentally disasterous practices, ameliorates a public eyesore and fatal danger while creating
  immediate construction jobs, building area wide civic pride and results in the creation of a community based
  greenway/recreational/economic zone with walking/biking trails, boating/sailing, new stores, galleries, and restaurants
  created by local entrpreneurs and artists There will be a new marina bulit at the mouth of the Riverwalk serving both the
  River Des Peres and the Mississippi river creating thousands of new jobs. The riverwalk will attract an estmited 5 million
  visitors a year bring new dollars to our region and creating even more new jobs, enhancing governmental revenue and
  increasing the area tax base.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                    260                                         7,000                               7,260


  Environmental Impacts:
   The Riverwalk brings full circle the River Des Peres WPA project. It corrects the environmentally disasterous combining
  of a stormwater sewer and a sanitary sewer built by the original project, it eliminates the constant threat of fatal floods that
  have washed away the lives of countless adults and children. it ends the catastrophic property destruction that destroyed
  dozens of homes in 2008 and hundreds of homes and businesses in 1995. The Riverwalk greatly improves the metro area
  watershed, reducing or eliminating run off pollution disgorged into the Mississipi River. The Riverwalk creates a linear
  park and environmental zone stretching from North St. Louis, along the Mississippi Riverfront and westward through St.
  Louis City, St. Louis County and many other political entities. The Riverwalk is a unique enterprise linking and unifying
  many governmental jurisdictions, NGOs such as Trailnet, Great Rivers Greenways, corporations like the Metropolitan
  Sewer District, Pinnacle Casinos and dozens of others, volunteer citizen participation will inspire community pride and
  empower stakeholders




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  Other Economic Impacts:

  Explain how this project stimulates secondary economic benefits - indirect economic job growth. The Riverwalk creates a
  community based greenway/recreational/economic zone with walking/biking trails, boating/sailing
  waterways,Picknicking/performance areas, new stores, galleries, restaurants, owned and managed by local entrpreneurs
  and artists. There will be a new marina bulit at the mouth of the Riverwalk serving both the River Des Peres and the
  Mississippicreating thousands of new jobs. The riverwalk will attract an estmited 5 million visitors a year bring new dollars
  to our region and creating even more new jobs, enhancing governmental revenue and increasing the area tax base



  Project Status:
              Design: in progress
              R-O-W: in progress
       Environmental: in progress


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Environmental clean up and site preparation begin immediately
       Interim Phasing: Riverwalk will be completed and opened to public use in stages during construction
   Finish Construction: Project will be fully completed within three years


  Schedule Description:
  Riverwalk is an innovative design build project, the master plan vision will be set and stages of the Riverwalk will be open
  to entrepreneurs and the public as the base of the plan is achieved. As NGOs, business owners, and corporations
      ti     to join the Riverwalk as stakeholders section d i
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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  St. Louis County Community Health Assessment                                           $500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                1&2                    St. Louis County                    All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  In order to improve the health of our communities, we must consider the social determinants of health, particularly for
  those most at risk for costly and devastating chronic diseases. This effort includes not only an appraisal of the number of
  illnesses, but also those factors that influence health such as structure, knowledge, attitude, and behavior. Quality
  research into this type of assessment requires increased funding levels to assure that, as a a nation, our communities are
  armed with science-based programming that improves the lives of its citizens.


  Project Description:
  Through a collaborative effort, the St. Louis County Department of Health will partner with local universities and
  community-based and faith-based organizations to conduct both qualitative and quantitative research and analysis to
  better understand knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behavior of our citizens, and to determine policy implications that
  currently exist that preclude healthy behaviors.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Once the assessment is complete, the St. Louis County Department of Health and its partners will be able to develop and
  implement programs that are culturally-relevant to race, gender, religious, and local beliefs and values. Over time, we will
  begin to see a decrease in chronic diseases, as well as disease management costs. The final product will include both a
  document that provides analysis of the County's state of health, as well as interactive DVDs that provide GIS mapping
  overlays, so that community-based organizations can better understand our community needs, and develop appropriate
  prevention programming.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                     0                                           0                                   0


  Environmental Impacts:
  Depending on the data, environmental impacts may include changes to the physical environment of given communities
  (e.g., sidewalks, walking trails, parks, etc.)


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Over time, a healthier community is better prepared to be productive. This means less time missed from work, decreased
  need for disability entitlements, and better school attendance. Further, these physical changes can spur an overall
  reduction of crime, which is a major reason that some communities are sicker than others.


  Project Status:
              Design:
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
                  Start: 4/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: 6/30/2011


  Schedule Description:

  We will begin the process with the release of a Request for Proposals in April, 2009, giving universities and organizations
  30 days to respond. Once contractors are selected, research efforts will begin June 2009. Phase I of the project will
  include purchase of existing databases, and analysis through January 2010. Phase II will include gathering qualitative
  data through field observation, key informant interviews, focus groups and other ethnographic techniques through
  December 2010. Phase III includes development of the assessment, GIS mapping, and policy recommendations.




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 Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
 St. Vincent Community Center and Park Renovation                                     $3,500,000


 Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                        Unincorporated
                        Missouri                    1                                                       1
                                                                       St. Louis County

 The "Change We Need"
 This project provides an opportunity to expand services to those segments of the County’s population least able to afford
 or access other options. More than 35,000 people (85% minority) with a per capita income of less than $17,000 live near
 St. Vincent Park. As the only park located in a two-miles radius of 16 municipalities, demand for recreational
 opportunities is high. Such programs as exercise classes, expanded day camp, after school programs, WIFI programs
 and team sports will be added. The expanded facility will also provide a safe haven for all age groups. The current
 existence of a safe pedestrian trail that links St. Vincent Park to a state university and mass transit makes this investment
 even more viable.


 Project Description:
 Expansion of the existing community center and the park, which serves 312,000 in north St. Louis county. Plans call for a
 20,000+ square foot building expansion to provide health and wellness facilities for all age groups, development of family
 picnic shelters, and support facilities.


 Desired Outcomes:
 F ili expansion will l d to i
 Facility        i    ill lead improved h l h and fi
                                         d health d fitness among residents, reduce obesity in children and adults, provide
                                                                         id      d      b i i hild        d d l         id
 residents with access to computers and WIFI, and encourage social participation in dance and theater. Employment
 opportunities for youth will increase. These opportunities will provide an unmet need in this community.


 Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                   31                                          84                                115


 Environmental Impacts:
 By renovating existing high-use recreation facilities and introducing new facilities that meet current demands, the impact
 on the built environment will be reduced. Sustainable construction techniques will be utilized including "LEED" principles,
 "Low-Impact Development," and recycling/reuse of demolished building materials and post-consumer recycled products
 and packaging. HVAC efficiency will be improved. Permeable parking lots will absorb storm water runoff.


 Other Economic Impacts:
 Indirect economic growth will be evident for caterers, special event planners, retail outlets, such as sporting goods stores
 and clothing.

 Project Status:
             Design: Preliminary Design Completed 2005
             R-O-W: None Required
      Environmental: Survey Completed 2005

 Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009 (Selective Building Demolition)
      Interim Phasing: October 2009 thru April 2010 (General Building Construction)
  Finish Construction: December 2010 (Restrooms, playgrounds, shelters and other construction renovations)




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 Schedule Description:
 Standard restroom, shelter and playground plans already exist. Details and specifications have been developed making
 completed construction documents. Most planning could be completed by mid 2009 and construction could start early
 Summer 2009 and be completed by December 2010.


 Supporting Graphics:




 Shelters/Restrooms/Playgrounds                Water Park Improvements                  Community Center Expansion




   Serving a Precious Resource                     Day Use Activities                    Health, Safety and Welfare




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Secured E-mail Server for Department of Health                                        $28,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                               1, 2, 3, 4,
                         Missouri                                       State of Missouri                  All 7
                                                 7, 8, 9


  The "Change We Need"
  Sending patient information in an unsecured form is a clear violation of HIPAA and our own policies. Based on HIPAA's
  security policy, compliance is a Federal mandate. There currently is no mandate for assuring secure server systems exist
  to meet compliance requirements. We propose a mandate to ensure all sensitive email is sent in a secure manner with
  no additional action on the user's behalf.


  Project Description:

  In an environment with a medical record system there are vast amounts of electronic information that can quickly and
  easily be transmitted to and received from our business partners. These partners may be lab testing providers,
  neighboring jurisdictions, private practitioners, collection agencies, state offices, etc. If emails are sent to the wrong
  address accidentally, or intercepted by anyone during transmission it can be used for other purposes. Sending patient
  information in an unsecured form is a clear violation of HIPAA and our own policies. If the Department were to obtain a
  secure email server we could send encrypted messages easily and automatically without the user needing to perform any
  special steps. This addresses both the user who knows the policies but forgets to follow them, as well as the user who
                                                wrong.
  simply doesn t know what they are doing is wrong It would protect our agency from being cited for ongoing breaches of
         doesn’t
  the HIPAA security policy. Further, such a device, if properly configured, would not only benefit the Department of Health,
  but any other County department that would need such protection, such as the offices of the Executive, Counselor and
  Prosecuting Attorney. Establishing a secure email server can be achieved through a variety of approaches. Our
  preferred implementation would be to purchase a device that resides on our network in conjunction with our existing e-mail
  server. The device would be purchased by us and deployed and configured by REJIS. This project would involve costs to
  obtain the device and charges from REJIS for implementation. Estimates of the cost would be $25,000 for the hardware,
  using the IronMail E5200 appliance as the basis, and $3,000 for installation and configuration.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Benefits of this project include bringing our agency into an environment where employees would be HIPAA compliant with
  no effort on their part; reducing legal exposure from employees who do not employ encryption; reducing license costs for
  encryption software currently in use; saving time for those users who currently use desktop encryption software and must
  manually encrypt their messages before sending them.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                          Total

                                    0                                           0                                  0


  Environmental Impacts:
  None noted.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  None noted.




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  Project Status:
              Design: None
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:



  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: 4/1/2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: 4/30/2009


  Schedule Description:
  Our contracted support company will deploy in our server room.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Velda City Community Recreation & Education Center                                       $6,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   1                        Velda City                        1


  The "Change We Need"
  A safe place for the children and seniors citizens in the Normandy School District area to have activities and programs.

  Project Description:
  Create a LEED Silver community center that will house a gym (basketball court with stage), weight / exercise room,
  walking track, computer room, multi-purpose rooms, administrative space and kitchen.


  Desired Outcomes:
  At the present time the VCCREC operates 2 days a week from 4pm - 8pm at one of Normandy Schools. Building a
  Community Center would allow the program to run 7 days a week. The children currently have volunteers coaching them
  in basketball, helping with school work, teaching dance, playing team games, feeding them, and enjoying indoor skating.
  This building will allow growth of existing programs and the addition of many more such as GED and computer classes.
  This facility will also provide a space for local seniors to congregate.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                     40                                           5                                  45


  Environmental Impacts:
  Photovoltaic windows, efficient heating and cooling units, solar water heaters, shading and day-lighting decrease energy
  consumption and greenhouse gases emissions. Renewable, recycled and regional building materials will minimize
  resource consumption. Xeriscaping with native plants and added trees will provide shade, reducing the heat island effect.
  These building features will teach the children the importance of sustainability.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  Jobs are created through Administrative staff to run the center, janitor staff to keep the building clean and stocked, and
  landscapers to keep the grounds kelp nice. The programs that will be implemented will teach in different areas such as
  landscaping, healthy cooking, GED's, computer programs, advance math & English programs, and writing.

  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual
               R-O-W: Already Secured
        Environmental: Phase One: Complete


  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: July 1, 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: March 1, 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The community and design team will collaborate in charrette workshops from the initial design of the project. BIM software
  will be utilized to create efficiency and ease of constructability. Construction delivery methods will be explored at the onset
  of the project to determine which option bests meets the schedule intent.




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     Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
     Affton School District Building Acquisition and Renovation                            $5,700,000


     Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City           County Council District

                            Missouri                  3                        St. Louis                          5


     The "Change We Need"
     Affton School District is more than 150 years old. In the past, seven buildings were required to house its student
     population. Three buildings were sold approximately 30 years ago due to population decline. Student population is now
     increasing and we are renting space outside the district for a preschool program. One of our former buildings is available
     for purchase and would give us more space for educational purposes. This is a rare opportunity for us to re-acquire
     needed educational space without having to search for property and build a new building. Buildings and land are
     precious commodities in the school district and funding is limited.


     Project Description:
     The re-purchase of the former Gaunt School and renovating it to meet our current needs. The renovation would include
     all new HVAC systems, new electrical wiring and lighting, new data communication infrastructures, new plumbing fixtures,
     new floor tile, new ceilings, parking lot overlays, athletic field reconstruction, and a fresh coat of paint.


     Desired Outcomes:
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     To gain space we currently need to house Affton students in the district, and to have space to meet expanding needs.
     This project would also preserve a structurally sound building as a school again instead of the building being converted to
     another function.



     Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                             Total

                                  75-100                                        10-20                                 85-120


     Environmental Impacts:
     New HVAC and control systems will reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gases. The removal of asbestos-
     containing materials will minimize any future health concerns. We would maintain the existing large green space for
     athletic fields. Our busses will not need to travel as far by having a facility in the district.


     Other Economic Impacts:
     In addition to the temporary construction, manufacturing, professional, and management jobs this project will maintain
     and/or create, it will also create permanent jobs. People that have permanent jobs support themselves and their
     economic community.


     Project Status:
                 Design: Preliminary cost estimates and building inspections by professionals are completed.
                 R-O-W: Property is now owned and for sale by a non-profit organization who is moving to another location.
          Environmental: Asbestos existence in existing building verified. No land issues.


     Project Schedule: (Assume Funds Available in March 2009)
       Start Construction: Fall 2009
          Interim Phasing: None needed
      Finish Construction: Fall of 2010




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Bayless School District Facility Projects                                             $6,200,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                          Missouri                    3                  St. Louis County                     6


  The "Change We Need"
  Bayless is a school district where over 40% of its student population's primary language at home is not English. The
  District has made great progress to meet NCLB standards in spite of this challenge. However, District facilities, ranging in
  age from 45 to 75 years, are in need of significant improvements and renovations to address changing educational needs
  and requirements as well as a student population that is expected to grow by about 33% by 2019. These improvements
  cannot happen without a funding vehicle. The Board of Education is committed to a long-term financial plan to address
  the many issues at Bayless. However, without grants or other outside help, the tax base of the District is unable to
  financially support all the improvements that are needed.


  Project Description:
  Improvements to Bayless Intermediate and Junior High Schools, including new HVAC, ceilings, upgraded lighting, ADA
  accessibility, electrical and plumbing upgrades, safety and security improvements, replacement of a retaining wall at the
  track, upgraded bathrooms, windows, flooring, and replacement of the cinder track.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The completion of the projects listed will touch each of the four buildings in the Bayless School District while improving
  student safety, security and health, the educational environment, and ADA access. These projects will have a positive
  impact on the success of students that attend Bayless.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                          Total
                                     50                                          0                                 50


  Environmental Impacts:
  Replacing original windows with energy efficient windows will reduce energy consumption. Removing original floor tile
  that contains asbestos will improve the indoor air quality for students and staff. Completing HVAC in the district will
  improve indoor air quality and reduce allergy related issues in the school. Upgrading plumbing and bathrooms will reduce
  water consumption.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project would provide construction jobs for the two to three years it would take to complete. There would be trickle-
  down effects to companies that supply the materials needed to complete the project.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete by May 2009
         Site control: School District owns land
       Environmental: According to existing management plan

  Project Schedule: (Assumes funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: Most work will be completed during summer breaks
  Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  Regular construction progress meetings will be held with district administration and contractors to ensure the schedule is
  met and to address potential issues with the project.




  Supporting Graphics:




   Intermediate Ceiling & Lights                 Intermediate Ceiling & Lights                   HS Wheelchair Ramp




       HS Wheelchair Ramp                            Track Retaining Wall                         Track Retaining Wall




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Brentwood Early Childhood Center                                                      $6,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                  2                       Brentwood                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  The Brentwood community recognizes the importance of an early childhood program for the students living in the
  Brentwood School District. Research has repeatedly verified the benefits for the students and community who provide a
  quality early childhood program. Currently the Brentwood School district is not able to serve all the students who could
  benefit from such a program. The Brentwood School District would like to provide additional learning opportunities for all
  our pre-school age students.


  Project Description:
  The Brentwood School District currently does not have an early childhood center. The district would like to construct, buy
  or remodel an 18,000 square foot center that would house our Parents as Teachers program and our early childhood
  program for four and five-year-olds.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Numerous studies have cited the benefits of a strong early childhood education as: higher verbal, math and intellectual
  achievement; greater success at school including less grade retention and higher graduation rates; higher employment
  earnings; better h lth outcomes; l
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                                           lf   dependency; l
                                                      d       lower crime rates; and l
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                                                                                          dependency on government
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  expenditures as adults.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                     60                                          10                                70


  Environmental Impacts:
  The project will use "green" materials and systems that will conserve energy consumption.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Our project will provide jobs for individuals in the construction and manufacturing industry.


  Project Status:
              Design: Currently in design phase
              R-O-W: Actively pursuing sites
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Regular construction meetings will be held with district maintenance director, district administration and contractors to
  ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. Total renovation project will be completed by August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Brentwood Middle/High School Renovation                                                 $4,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                        Brentwood                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  The Brentwood High School was constructed in 1928 and the attached middle school was constructed in 1953. While the
  buildings have served the residents of the Brentwood School District well, they are in need of renovation and
  improvement. The improvements requested will allow the buildings to continue to provide a safe, educationally sound
  environment that will meet the needs of our students for many years. In addition, these improvements will save the
  district money in operational expenditures for years to come.


  Project Description:
  Improvements to Brentwood Middle/High School will include asbestos floor tile replacement, roof replacement, football
  field replacement, bathroom renovations, kitchen freezer/cooler replacement, HVAC control upgrades, kitchen
  dishwasher replacement, surveillance system expansion, north wing entrance renovation, foundation repair, replacement
  of bell system, installation of retaining wall, replacement of acoustic tiles in auditorium, replacement of ceiling tile system,
  plumbing upgrades, electrical upgrades, locker room renovation, science lab renovations, window replacement, stair tread
  replacement, installation of thermal insulation, and installation of heating recovery system.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Renovations to the Brentwood Middle/High School will save the district money in reduced operational expenses, improve
  student safety and health conditions and provide an environment that will be conducive to improved educational
  achievement.

  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total
                                     50                                            0                                 50


  Environmental Impacts:
  The majority of the projects will focus on energy conservation. The energy saved in these projects will reduce our
  electrical and natural gas needs thus saving valuable natural resources and reducing green-house gasses.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  Our project will provide jobs for individuals in the construction and manufacturing industry.


  Project Status:
               Design: Complete
               R-O-W: Renovation of currently owned buildings
        Environmental: Energy Savings

  Project Schedule: (Assume Funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: Work to be completed during summer breaks
  Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Regular construction meetings will be held with district maintenance director, administration and contractors to ensure
  projects are completed on time and within budget. Total renovation project will be completed by August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
  Clayton Elementary School Improvements                                              $12,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District
                         Missouri                    3                      Clayton                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  We are committed to providing our students and teachers with the finest educational facilities in which effective learning
  may take place. We are also committed to promoting early childhood education for all children. The planned
  improvements at each of these schools will provide additional space to support disability related needs of students
  (OT/PT, etc.) and science programming. They will improve instruction by moving many small work groups with kids out of
  hallways and corners. The new science classrooms will support an increased emphasis on science in the elementary
  schools.


  Project Description:
  Approximately 3,000 square foot of additions to Glenridge, Meramec, and Captain Elementary Schools in the Clayton
  School District, along with HVAC and system control upgrades. Includes a 1,400 sq. ft. addition to the Early Childhood
  Center. These projects are part of a larger facility master plan with projects totaling $70 million.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Reduced energy costs will allow current funds to be better focused on student learning. The HVAC and system control
  upgrades will replace aging mechanicals and reduce energy costs.


  Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                         Total
                                   100                                          0                                100


  Environmental Impacts:
  Upgraded HVAC Systems and Controls will reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gases.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  A strong school system is a major factor in the community's ability to maintain high property values and attract business
  enterprises.


  Project Status:
              Design: Conceptual Schematic Design
         Site control: Renovations of currently owned buildings
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: August 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  We will complete designs in early 2009 and utilize a construction management firm to ensure the schedule is met. These
  projects need to be complete before school begins in August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Clayton High School Infrastructure Improvements                                        $6,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                    3                        Clayton                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  We are committed to providing our students and teachers with the finest educational facilities in which effective learning
  may take place. These improvements represent a small portion of a major project that will provide new and upgraded
  science and other curricular area instructional spaces. The total high school project is projected at approximately $39
  million. The current HVAC and electrical systems are old, inefficient, and inadequate to support the needs of our high
  school students. These improvements will reduce energy consumption and provide sufficient electrical capacity to support
  the school.


  Project Description:
  Infrastructure improvements at Clayton High School that will reduce energy consumption and provide sufficient electrical
  capacity to support the growing technology needs of the school.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Reduced energy consumption through more efficient systems and controls. Adequate electrical systems to support the
  current instructional needs.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total
                                    100                                            0                                  100


  Environmental Impacts:
  Upgraded HVAC Systems and Controls will reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gases.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will be part of a larger expansion and renovation project that will include additional technology in the building.


  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual Schematic Design
          Site control: Renovations of currently owned buildings
        Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: August 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: December 2010

  Schedule Description:
  We will complete designs in early 2009 and utilize a construction management firm to ensure the schedule is met. This
  project needs to be complete before school begins in August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  COMPASS -PHASE I                                                                     $42,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                  3                     Unincorporated                      6


  The "Change We Need"
  The Mehlville School District is at a crossroads of change. Moving to a 21st century curriculum delivery requires buildings
  conducive to teaching methodologies and technologies necessary to support preparing students for citzenry and work
  force situations that will exist in the 21st century. Mehlville School District needs financial assistance to advance student
  achievement and provide safer, healthier, and more energy efficient and environmentally friendly facilities. Financial
  assistance is needed since 81% of the District's total revenue comes from local sources, primarily the homeowner, due to
  the absence of commercial and industrial property.


  Project Description:
  HVAC upgrades, Lighting Upgrades , Roof Replacements (Leeds approved), New Bleachers, Improved Drainage, Site
  Lighting, ADA Accessibility, Stop Lights, Signage, Remediate Sink Holes, Asbestos Remediation, Security Hardware, Fire
  Alarm Upgrades, Replace Playground Equipment, Second Exits from Sites, Improve Acoustics, Building Settlements,
  Upgrade Instructional Technology, Enhance Interior Finishes, Drinking Fountains.


  Desired Outcomes:
  We will advance student achievement through improved facilities that are safer, healthier, more energy efficient and
  environmentally friendly. Utilizing alternate energy sources, our buildings will become a model for others across the nation
  and help us to reach our nation's goal of energy independence and a healthier environment. Also, savings from energy
  costs will free up operational funds to be put directly back into the classroom.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                   350                                           21                                371


  Environmental Impacts:

  HVAC Upgrades will utilize high efficiency VRV heat pumps and regulate/monitor CO2 level; Lighting upgrades will include
  high efficiency and light controls for daylight harvesting; Roof replacement will be LEEDS approved. Furthermore, by
  implementing new policies and procedures in operations, the new systems and infrastructure will allow carbon imprint and
  conservation of resources. The move to alternative energy sources will contribute to energy independence in the future.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  These improvements will help to attract businesses, industry and residents to our District by enhancing the quality of
  programs and services offered to the community. They will improve our ability to serve an increasing number of Bosnian
  students, who need extra help in transitioning to the United States, so they can become productive and contributing
  citizens. Overall, our students will be more prepared to compete in a global economy upon graduation from high school.
  Furthermore, a strong vital public school system is the ultimate economic stimulator. Neighborhoods remain active and
  attractive as the school system maintains a high performing reputation.




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  Project Status:
              Design:
              R-O-W:
       Environmental:

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Start construction within 90 days of funding approval
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: All projects to be completed within 12 months of construction start


  Schedule Description:
  A construction scheduling professional will be retained to create a schedule that will be monitored by project management
  professionals throughout the life of the project.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Early Childhood Center (ECC) - Renovation and Addition                                $7,500,000


  Location:              State        Congressional District           Municipality / City     County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                    St. Louis County                     5


  The "Change We Need"
  The Early Childhood Center is drawing families with young children to the community because of its innovative, Emilio
  Reggio teaching style. Our current building's traditional layout and design limits its function for students and families.
  Currently the classroom and hallway space at ECC is from the mid 1950s with outdated features and systems. It's
  imperative to change the inside of building environment to effectively implement this new curriculum.


  Project Description:
  The bulk of the project consists of renovating of our 1950s-era school building (classrooms, corridors, gymnasium, existing
  café and bus drop off area). All areas would get updated, sustainable systems, including: plumbing, heating & cooling,
  electrical, communications (internet), improved day lighting and new fire protection. The project also includes 1300 sq.ft.
  of new classroom space and 3000 sq. ft. additional office space.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The addition and renovation of the Early Childhood Center, classroom and hallway space will provide a more functional
  and creative learning environment for the youngest children in the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District. This
  project will result in a state of the art early childhood facility to provide quality education for our students.


  Job Creation:                                                        Permanent                          Total

                                     85                                           6                                 91


  Environmental Impacts:
  The Early Child Center is located in a neighborhood within walkable mixed-use community. Not only will the building
  renovation have a positive effect by reducing energy costs and improving indoor occupant comfort; it will reinforce the
  ideals of the 'green' teaching, currently implemented, and provide students awareness to environmental issues;
  encouraging sustainable lifestyles within their community. Environmentally friendly concepts will be utilized at every level
  of the renovation. The 1950s-vintage building has all its original heating and ventilation, outdated lighting and
  communications, poor day lighting, and no fire suppression system. Our goal is to provide improvements to these needs
  while focusing on the use of sustainable and local construction materials, low-VOC ("green") finishes, and high efficiency
  mechanical and lighting systems, as well as providing a quality level of natural day lighting to the classrooms and other
  spaces. Studies show that such improvements to classroom environments increase student performance. Curriculum
  would be developed to educate the students and faculty on why these changes were made and how they benefit from
  them.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  Utilizing local materials and labor in the building's construction and renovation will provide members of the community and
  region more job opportunities as well as a sense of being a part of the school community. Students can leave school each
  day with their awareness of saving energy and resources and carry these ideals to their homes and the rest of their
  community.




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  Project Status:
               Design: 80 % complete but put on hold due to budget constraints
               R-O-W: N/A
        Environmental: N/A


  Project Schedule: (Assume Funds Available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: end of summer 2009/ remainder of addition under construction
       Interim Phasing: 14 months
   Finish Construction: early fall 2010/ current portion September 2010


  Schedule Description:
  This project is scheduled to be fast tracked to meet the deadline. Meaning, different bid packages will be broken out so
  construction can start as soon as possible for certain areas while drawings are being finished up for other areas. For
  example, the footings and foundations can be a separate package as well as the structural framing so the work may be
  under construction while details concerning casework and finishes are still being determined. Another benefit for this
  project is that the construction manager (CM) is already onsite and ready to go. This will eliminate the six weeks (+) that it
  would take for the CM to get all the paperwork together, schedule contractors, prepare site, etc. We feel that between
  those two initiatives the tight schedule can be accomplished.



  Supporting Graphics:




            Early Childhood Center                                                           Early Childhood Center




                                                     Early Childhood Center




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Hancock Elementary Multi Purpose Room                                                  $2,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                 Unincorporated County                    6


  The "Change We Need"
  The Hancock School District is located just outside of the St. Louis City boundaries but within the St. Louis county borders.
  From a financial standpoint our resources are extremely limited due to property values being below regional averages.
  Our district ranks among the lowest in assessed valuation in the St. Louis county region and our student population base
  reflects the same economic status at 70% qualify for free or reduced meals. That being said the District is in need of an
  gymnasium/multi purpose building. These needs are beyond the means of support locally.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a 8,500 sq ft elementary gym/multi purpose building that would adjoin the existing elementary building.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Through construction of the gym/multi purpose building we would be able to better accommodate physical education
  activities within the district. Presently we have one gymnasium that serves over 700 students, and physical education
                                     overcrowding.    addition,                            multi purpose
  activities are hampered due to overcrowding In addition this site would also serve as a multi-purpose room for other after
  school activities, fine arts productions, and musicals.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                     75                                           1                                  76


  Environmental Impacts:
  The building will be constructed so that HVAC and electrical systems are energy efficient.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction activities will involve several different labor groups within the St. Louis region, including but not limited to,
  electricians, pipefitters, carpenters, security, concrete, construction management and suppliers of material. In addition, a
  improved school facility enhances the value of the surrounding properties and serves as an incentive to others to do the
  same.


  Project Status:
               Design: Initial architectural plan have begun.
               R-O-W: District owns property
        Environmental: Land and soil testing has been performed. No known enviromental concerns.


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June, 2009
       Interim Phasing: Ongoing
   Finish Construction: March, 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  The District has been meeting with architects, engineers and construction management firms during the past year
  planning for the possibility of several construction projects. The district could have architectural plans finalized and put out
  to bid within three months if funds were available.


  Supporting Graphics:




               Future Multipurpose Addition                                       Proposed Ultimate Phase Site Plan




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Hancock Elementary Site Plan                                                           $1,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                                                                           Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    3                                                         6
                                                                               County


  The "Change We Need"

  The Hancock School District is located just outside the St. Louis City boundaries but within the St. Louis county borders.
  From a financial standpoint our resources are extremely limited due to property values being below regional averages.
  Our district ranks among the lowest in assessed valuation in the St. Louis county region and our student population base
  reflects the same economic status as 70% qualify for free or reduced meals. That being said the District has many needs
  including this proposal that would improve the traffic, parking and safety issues the we incur everyday at the elementary
  campus. These needs are beyond means of support that could be provided locally and we need assistance.



  Project Description:
  The project would include a complete re-design of the parking and traffic flow that encompasses the elementary site that
  sits on approximately 19 acres. The re-designed site plan will also address stormwater drainage and retention concerns
  required by county code and the Metropolitan Sewer District.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcome with the revised site plan is safety. Presently on a daily basis we encounter numerous safety
  concerns associated with traffic congestion and parking. In addition, exterior lighting and camera surveillance is also
  deficient and would be addressed with the revised site plan. Finally, stormwater retention and drainage would be
  improved within the District boundaries and surrounding neighborhood.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                           Total

                                     30                                            0                                  30


  Environmental Impacts:
  Filtering and detention of stormwater will be enhanced and will result in reduced stream pollutants. In addition, traffic
  congestion will be signficantly reduced.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  A significant amount of labor and jobs will be necessary to complete the site plan. Construction activities will include
  several different labor groups, including but not limited to, grading, paving, utility, concrete, electrical, construction
  management and suppliers of materials.


  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual design of site plan complete. Submitted to county officials for review and comment
               R-O-W: District owned
        Environmental: Nonknown environmental concerns. Expect environmental improvements (water)




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June, 2009
       Interim Phasing: Ongoing
   Finish Construction: November, 2009


  Schedule Description:
  The district has been meeting with architects, engineers and construction management firms during the past year planning
  for the possibility of this project. Pending funding and county approval the District could put the project to bid within two
  months and work could begin this summer and be completed within six months.


  Supporting Graphics:




                 Proposed Ultimate Phase Site Plan                            Proposed Phase 2 Site Plan




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Hancock High School Dome Renovations                                                    $1,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                            Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    3                                                           6
                                                                                County


  The "Change We Need"
  The Hancock School District is located just outside the St. Louis City boundaries but within the St. Louis county borders.
  From a financial standpoint our resources are extremely limited due to property values being well below regional
  averages. Our district ranks among the lowest in assessed valuation in the St. Louis county region and our student
  population base reflects the same economic status as 70 % qualify for free or reduced meals. That being said the high
  school/middle school gym area is almost 50 years old and the restrooms, locker rooms, showers and general
  infrastructure is in dire need of repair. The community that we reside within - "Lemay" is a very proud community and they
  have always supported the school district. However, these needs are beyond their means of support and we need
  assistance. It's time for a change!


  Project Description:
  The project would include a complete renovation to the existing gym/dome area of the high school. Renovations would
  include restrooms, locker rooms, showers, doors, lighting, electrical, plumbing and air conditioning.


  Desired Outcomes:
  When construction is completed students will have locker rooms, restrooms and showers that are functional and
  appropriate by today's standards. Electrical and plumbing upgrades will eliminate safety and maintenance concerns. The
  overall atmosphere will be greatly improved.



  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     75                                             2                                  77


  Environmental Impacts:

  Upgrades to the electrical and plumbing components will significantly reduce energy consumption and improve the quality
  of life within that area. Again these components are past their useful life and do not function properly and are not efficient.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  Local construction activity will be stimulated through this project. Construction activities will include several different labor
  groups and manufacturers of products/materials. At a minimum the district will employ plumbers, electricians, carpenters,
  demolition and restoration, concrete, construction management personnel.


  Project Status:
               Design: Architectural plans have begun
               R-O-W: District owns property
        Environmental: No know environmental concerns




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June, 2009
       Interim Phasing: Ongoing
   Finish Construction: September, 2009


  Schedule Description:
  The district has been meeting with architects, engineers and construction management firms during the past year planning
  for this project. The District is confident is could put the project to bid within three months after obtaining funding and
  could complete the project within a 3-4 month window.


  Supporting Graphics:




       Hancock Gymnasium                                    Interior                                     Interior




               Interior                                     Interior                                     Interior




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Hancock Place Elementary Classroom Addition                                           $2,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated
                          Missouri                   3                                                        6
                                                                              County


  The "Change We Need"
  The Hancock School District is located just outside the St. Louis City boundaries but within the St. Louis county borders.
  From a financial standpoint our resources are extremely limited due to property values being well below regional
  averages. Our district ranks among the lowest in assessed valuations in the St. Louis county region and our student
  population base reflects the same economic status as 70% qualify for free or reduced meals. That being said the District
  desperately needs additional classroom space at our elementary campus. The community that we reside within - "Lemay"
  is a very proud community and they have always shown a strong support for the school district. These needs are beyond
  their means of support and we need assistance. It's time for a change.


  Project Description:
  Construction of an eight (8) classroom addition for the elementary school (11,000 sq ft) with restrooms that will be
  attached to the existing building. The additional classrooms are needed to address inadequate space issues.


  Desired Outcomes:
  When the elementary addition is complete we will have a campus that is appropriately sized. Presently, classes are being
  held in areas originally designed as the library work room (Gifted class) and teacher lounge (Art classes). Also, our Music
  instructors use mobile carts and travel from room to room due to lack of space. With the addition, Music, Art, and the
  Gifted class will have their own classrooms, we will also have space for an additional computer lab. The quality of
  education will be significantly improved when students are housed in a permanent setting that is appropriately designed
  for their class.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     75                                          2                                  77


  Environmental Impacts:
  When the District completed its renovation of the existing elementary site this past summer it included a new energy
  efficient HVAC system (chiller and boilers). The system was designed to include the eight room addition noted above.
  With the new HVAC system energy consumption is significantly reduced and the quality of air is greatly enhanced.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction activities will involve several different labor groups within the St. Louis region, including but not limited to,
  electricians, pipefitters, carpenters, security, demolition and restoration, concrete, construction management and suppliers
  of material. In addition, a better school facility enhances the value of the surrounding properties and serves as a incentive
  to others to do the same.


  Project Status:
              Design: Architectural design completed. Initial site plan sent to County for review.
              R-O-W: District owns property
       Environmental: Land and soil testing has been performed. No known environmental concerns.




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: May/June, 2009
       Interim Phasing: Ongoing
   Finish Construction: March, 2010


  Schedule Description:

  The District has been meeting with architects, engineers and construction management firms during the past year
  planning for the possibility of several construction projects. The District could be ready to put the project to bid within a
  couple of months and could begin construction as early as May/June, 2009 if funds were available. Just this past summer
  the District was able to complete an extensive renovation to the older part of our elementary campus in just three months.



  Supporting Graphics:




                                                  Hancock Place Elementary                      Hancock Place Elementary
    Phase 2 Classroom Addition
                                                          School                                        School




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   Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
   Hancock Place Pre-School & Administration Building                                      $2,000,000


   Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                             Unincorporated
                           Missouri                    3                                                          6
                                                                                 County


   The "Change We Need"

   The Hancock Schoold District is located just outside the St. Louis City boundaries but within the St. Louis county borders.
   From a financial standpoint are resources are extremely limited due to property values being well below regional
   averages. Our district ranks among the lowest in assessed valuation in the St. Louis county region and our student
   population reflects the same economic income status as over 70% qualify for free or reduced meals. That being said the
   District is in dire need of a new pre-school and administration building. The current present pre-school /administration
   building is very limited in space and is housed in a building that was not originally designed for educational purposes.
   The community that we reside within - "Lemay" is a very proud community and they have always shown strong support
   for the school district. These needs are beyond their means of support and we need assistance. It's time for a change!



   Project Description:
   Purchase and renovation of an 18,000 sq ft office/metal building. The pre-school setting will contain approximately
   10,000 sq ft and will be completely renovated/modified specifically for pre-school age children. The site will also include
   an outside playground. The remaining 8,000 sq ft will serve as the District's administrative office setting that will require
                                                                        District s
   only minor modifications.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The most significant outcome will be a pre-school facility that will be appropriately sized and designed for pre-school age
   children. The current facility is too small and was not designed to be an educational facility. The overall learning
   enviroment will be signifantly enhanced, and security and safety will be much improved. The present facility condition is
   poor and lighting, electrical, and HVAC are outdated and inefficient.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                      75                                             4                                 79


   Environmental Impacts:
   The current location is extremely inefficient in terms of lighting and heating/cooling. Purchase of the new building will
   include energy efficient lighting and HVAC. In addition, traffic issues that presently exist between the elementary and pre-
   school settings will be signifantly improved when the pre-school traffic is relocated to the new facility.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   Construction activities will involve several different labor groups within the St. Louis region, including but not limited to,
   electricians, pipefitters, carpenters, roofers, security, construction management and suppliers of materials. Also, by
   purchasing commercial property that is vacant it will demonstrate a revitalization within the community and encourage
   others to possibly do the same thereby creating further stimulus in the community.




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   Project Status:
               Design: Architectural plans have been drafted. Finals can be completed immediately
               R-O-W: District to purchase commercial property centrally located within the district
        Environmental: No known environmental concerns


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: 6/1/2009
        Interim Phasing: Ongoing
    Finish Construction: 10/1/2009


   Schedule Description:
   The district will take the same approach it did when the elementary renovation was completed during the past summer in
   a three month timeframe. Preliminary plans have been drafted and the project could be put to bid within a couple of
   months. We are confident that we could complete the renovation process within a 3-4 month window.


   Supporting Graphics:




           Hancock Place
         Elementary School




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Jefferson Barracks Museum: The Citizen Soldier                                        $24,000,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                           Unincorporated
                          Missouri                    3                                                         6
                                                                          St. Louis County

  The "Change We Need"
  This museum will serve several purposes. First and foremost, it will provide an opportunity to educate the community
  about the sacrifices and commitments of American veterans. It will provide a state of the art experience to learn about
  military history, and the role of the military in humanitarian, peacekeeping, and peacemaking activities around the world.
  The museum will commemorate the contributions of American citizens to providing military protection, and how their
  experiences in the military lead to later contributions in other aspects of their life. Many of the schools targeted to use the
  museum are located in lower income, urban areas. The museum will provide students and teachers with a new, unique
  and fascinating opportunity to learn about history, sacrifice and commitment. At the same time, the museum will further
  enhance the prestige of Jefferson Barracks throughout the community, making it a popular destination that can lead to
  economic growth, jobs and future ancillary development.


  Project Description:
  The Jefferson Barracks Heritage Foundation will create a historical museum in a fully restored barracks building to honor
  the Citizen Soldier, our local veterans, and Jefferson Barracks military base. The museum will host a variety of activities,
  including permanent displays, and a media room for interactive activities.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include the development of a unique historical museum that will serve as an educational and tourist
  attraction. It is hoped that students, young and old, will acquire a greater understanding of and appreciation for the
  sacrifices of our citizen soldiers and their impact on our world.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total
                                    200                                           15                                 215


  Environmental Impacts:
  This museum will be housed in a former barracks building at Jefferson Barracks Missouri National Guard Base. The
  renovation of this building will include utilization of existing spaces and features, recycling of construction debris, energy
  efficient windows and systems, and other sustainable elements. The United States military has made a commitment to a
  LEED certification rating of silver (minimum) for new construction; this building will be located next to a newly constructed
  building and will maintain its historic character.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  In addition to the impact of jobs created, this project will serve as a regional tourist destination in the Lemay community
  and the Jefferson Barracks Historic District. This development will encourage ancillary services, like restaurants, and
  hotels to serve visitors.


  Project Status:
               Design: Spring 2009
          Site control: JBHF has full access to site granted by agreement with State of Missouri
        Environmental: Spring 2009




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: February 2010
      Interim Phasing: All pre-construction work to be completed between Spring 2009 and February 2010
  Finish Construction: November 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The Missouri Adjutant General has agreed in writing to allow full building access to the Jefferson Barracks Heritage
  Foundation and its contractors to complete all environmental, architectural and pre-engineering work before the building is
  vacated. The current soldiers working the building are to be moved to a new Joint Forces Reserve Center, currently under
  construction. Once the move has taken place, it is the intent of JBHF to begin renovation on the museum building.


  Supporting Graphics:




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Kirkwood Schools Infrastructure Replacement Program                                      $17,500,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                           Missouri                    2                         Kirkwood                        3&5


  The "Change We Need"
  Of the 850,000 sq. ft. of facilities within the Kirkwood School District, the District maintains daily over 640,000 sq. ft. built
  between 1921 and 1961. The increasing age of these facilities has caused the district to see an increase in failures of
  mechanical, electrical and plumbing infrastructure components.


  Project Description:
  This project would include the upgrade of HVAC equipment and piping systems, electrical distribution systems to meet
  current needs for technology, and the renovation of plumbing systems (including storm and sanitary systems) that date
  back to original construction.


  Desired Outcomes:
  To have infrastructure components that would minimize the potential for school outages due to component failures and to
  provide safe, comfortable spaces conducive to the learning environment.


  Job Creation:           Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                    250                                              5                                  255


  Environmental Impacts:
  The upgrade to mechanical HVAC equipment would be a tremendous savings in energy consumption due to the efficiency
  of today's equipment over the older equipment currently in the district. Storm water issues would be resolved thus meeting
  the Clean Water Act. More environmentally friendly products such as t-5 bulbs would be used to reduce energy
  consumption and hazardous waste.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Due to the increase in the construction industry, additional services, supplies and materials would be needed to design
  and equip the district facilities. This would trickle all the way down to the raw material providers. Working individuals
  would spend more in travel, clothing, food and return funds through federal, state and local funds.


  Project Status:
               Design: Long-range plan completed; some design completed
               R-O-W: Planning stage/conceptual
        Environmental: Planning stage/conceptual


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing: During periods school is not in session
   Finish Construction: August 2012




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  Schedule Description:
  Begin design spring 2009. Begin mechanical, electrical and plumbing work at high school; phase 1 to be completed by
  Sept 1, 2009. Design phase 2 at high school and phase 1 at both middle schools to begin Sept. 2009. Work to be
  completed by Sept. 2010. Begin design Sept. 2010 for three elementary and phase 2 at both middle schools; complete
  work by Sept. 2011. Design work final two elementary, warehouse, and early childhood center; complete work by Aug.
  2012.


  Supporting Graphics:




         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure
         Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed




         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure
         Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed




         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure                         Old Infrastructure
         Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed                            Upgrades Needed




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Kirkwood School Master Facilities Plan                                                 $104,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                         Kirkwood                        3&5


  The "Change We Need"
  Of the 850,000 sq. ft. of educational space in the Kirkwood School District, the District has over 640,000 sq. ft. that was
  built before 1961. This has made it difficult to provide adequate learning spaces that allow flexible instruction, appropriate
  classroom space and appropriate size areas to meet MSIP standards. Many of the areas used for instruction are not
  conducive to the best learning environment due to limitations set forth by older structures; this would include ADA
  accessibility, IAQ, Technology and proper storage.


  Project Description:
  Kirkwood School District Community-Wide Process Master Facilities Plan: to address all grade level issues related to
  inadequate space, compliance and accreditation requirements while providing a safe, secure environment for students
  and staff.


  Desired Outcomes:
  That adequate space can be provided to meet current and future educational changes that prepare students to be leaders
  in an ever changing world.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                    600                                            75                                  675


  Environmental Impacts:
  Due to the age of the district's facilities, it is impossible to meet any green initiatives in energy usage due to physical plant
  restrictions. Space cannot be used efficiently while utilizing current technology such as natural lighting, solar power,
  geothermal technology and building automation.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Due to the increase in the construction industry, additional services, supplies and materials would be needed to design,
  build and equip the district facilities. This would trickle all the way down to the raw material providers. Working individuals
  would spend more in travel, clothing, food and return funds through federal, state and local funds.


  Project Status:
               Design: Planning stage/conceptual
               R-O-W: Planning stage/conceptual
        Environmental: Planning stage/conceptual


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available march 2009)
    Start Construction: Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing: Relocate as required to alternative site or combine temporarily
   Finish Construction: 2015




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  Schedule Description:
  Begin design in the spring of 2009 for a new middle school and high school renovation/addition; start construction in the
  late fall of 2009; complete construction in the spring of 2011. Move second middle school to new location on same
  campus and use existing middle school as swing building for other schools to occupy during construction. Due to size, it
  may be possible to combine two small elementary schools into this location for one year during construction/renovation.
  The high school would not need to move.


  Supporting Graphics:




     Long Range Master Plan




     Keysor Elementary School                 North Glendale Elementary School                Robinson Elementary School




     Tillman Elementary School                 Westchester Elementary School                      Nipher Middle School




     N. Kirkwood Middle School                      Kirkwood High School




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Lindbergh School District New Classroom Project                                     $31,000,000


  Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City      County Council District

                         Missouri                 2&3                   St. Louis County                 4, 5 & 6


  The "Change We Need"
  "Fixing" public education must be the number one strategy. Lindbergh's critical needs are a perfect match. A
  demographic change from a senior family to a young family community has caused severe overcrowding at the middle and
  elementary schools. Lindbergh has to date met the No Child Left Behind challenges, but the space shortage has begun to
  cause teacher/pupil ratios to rise and threatens the existence of the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program. The
  Board of Education has adopted a Facilities Plan that "fixes" the problem. It creates a second middle school, renovates
  the ECE to become an elementary school, and constructs a new ECE. Without these projects student achievement will
  decline, class sizes will sharply rise and the ECE would have to cease operations causing the loss of 100 jobs which
  dramatically and negatively impacts the core of the community infrastructure in terms of public education and early
  childhood education. The project will result in 200 construction jobs, protect 100 permanent jobs at ECE, and cause the
  creation of six new permanent positions. An architect has been contracted for the project and bids are scheduled to be let
  Summer 2009.


  Project Description:
  Split the current middle school into two schools by renovating one elementary into a middle school. Additions will be
                                  schools.
  added to two other elementary schools The Early Childhood Center will be given a large addition and converted into an
  elementary school. A new Early Childhood Center will be constructed.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Project will construct adequate space to maintain acceptable teacher/student ratios for the foreseeable future. Over ninety
  percent of the project funds will result in new construction utilizing the latest green improvements for energy conservation
  and environmental protections. The Early Childhood Center project will prevent the loss of 100 permanent jobs and create
  206 temporary and or permanent jobs. These projects will maintain and improve two basic infrastructure needs of the
  community: public education and early childhood education. Nearly the entire stimulus grant would be spent on U.S.
  products and local labor. The community would have environmentally friendly public buildings that would solve
  overcrowding and maintain the community's early education center.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                   200                                         106                                306


  Environmental Impacts:
  To minimize the utility footprint, thermal insulated windows, reflective white roof membrane surface, classroom lighting
  controls, HVAC energy management system control are among the integrated construction strategies utilized. These
  practices establish proper indoor air quality levels critical for student learning. Other LEED products which are also
  consistent with current Green Building practices will be utilized to meet all code and student safety requirements. In
  addition, the contracted architect is LEED's certified. The project will better distribute (closer to their homes) all
  elementary and middle school students decreasing the amount of miles traveled by school buses and parents each day.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The greatest secondary economic benefit is the retention of 100 permanent jobs at the Early Childhood Center and the
  creation of six new permanent (high paying jobs) at the newly established middle school. There will obviously be a
  temporary benefit to local construction companies, workers and suppliers ($31,000,000). The municipalities within the
  district (Crestwood, Sunset Hills, Fenton, and Grantwood Village) and the unincorporated St. Louis County area will benefit
  from sales to the construction process and the permanent jobs resultant from the "saved" and new jobs created (estimated
  to be $3,710,000 per year).


  Project Status:
              Design: Completed by May 2009. Bids scheduled for Summer, 2009
              R-O-W: School District owns land
       Environmental: In accordance with Lindbergh Planning Guidelines that call for "Green" practices whenever possible.



  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: July 2009
       Interim Phasing: Once started, work will be continuous until completion.
   Finish Construction: September 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Construction meetings including District Administration, architects and engineers, and contractors will be held on regularly
  scheduled basis to ensure completion deadlines are met, to address potential issues, discuss project details and
  coordination of individual school schedules. The district has contracted Ittner architectural firm and has completed
  the schematic design and estimate phase.
                                         phase


  Supporting Graphics:




       Construction Schedule                     Crestwood Addition Floor Plan                     Crestwood Entrance




      Long Addition Floor Plan                           Long Entrance                         Concord Addition Floor Plan




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Mark Twain Elementary School Renovation                                               $1,100,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                      Brentwood                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  The Mark Twain Elementary School was constructed in 1934. While the building has served the residents of the
  Brentwood School District well, it is in need of renovation and improvement. The improvements requested will allow the
  building to continue to provide a safe, educationally sound environment that will meet the needs of our students for many
  years. In addition, these improvements will save the district money in operational expenditures for years to come.


  Project Description:
  Improvements to Mark Twain Elementary will include roof replacement, window replacement, restroom renovations,
  HVAC control upgrades, kitchen dishwasher replacement, replacement of wood chips under playground equipment with
  mats, bell system replacement, ceiling tile system replacement, plumbing upgrades, asbestos removal from pipes,
  expansion of surveillance system, lintel repairs, tuck pointing, and painting the interior of the building.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Renovations to the Mark Twain Elementary School will save the district money in reduced operational expenses, improve
  student safety and health conditions and provide an environment that will be conducive to improved educational
  achievement.
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  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                     50                                          0                                 50


  Environmental Impacts:
  The majority of the projects will focus on energy conservation. The energy saved in these projects will reduce our
  electrical and natural gas needs thus saving valuable natural resources and reduce green-house gases.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  Our project will provide jobs for individuals in the construction and manufacturing industry.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
              R-O-W: Renovation of currently owned buildings
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: Work to be completed during summer breaks
  Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Regular construction meetings will be held with district maintenance director, district administration and contractors to
  ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. Total renovation project will be completed by August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  McGrath Elementary School Renovation                                                  $1,100,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                   2                      Brentwood                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  The McGrath Elementary School was constructed in 1957. While the building has served the residents of the Brentwood
  School District well, it is in need of renovation and improvement. The improvements requested will allow the building to
  continue to provide a safe, educationally sound environment that will meet the needs of our students for many years. In
  addition, these improvements will save the district money in operational expenditures for years to come.


  Project Description:
  Improvements to McGrath Elementary will include roof replacement, window replacement, restroom renovations,
  entrance road expansion and fencing, storm sewer system improvements, HVAC control upgrades, kitchen dishwasher
  replacement, replacement of wood chips under playground equipment with mats, bell system replacement, ceiling tile
  system replacement, plumbing upgrades, asbestos removal from pipes, replacement of kindergarten fence, expansion of
  surveillance system and painting the interior of the building.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Renovations to the McGrath Elementary School will save the district money in reduced operational expenses, improve
  student safety and health conditions and provide an environment that will be conducive to improved educational
  achievement.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                         Total
                                     50                                          0                                 50


  Environmental Impacts:
  The majority of the projects will focus on energy conservation. The energy saved in these projects will reduce our
  electrical and natural gas needs thus saving valuable natural resources and reduce green-house gasses.

  Other Economic Impacts:
  Our project will provide jobs for individuals in the construction and manufacturing industry.


  Project Status:
              Design: Complete
              R-O-W: Renovation of currently owned buildings
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: Work to be completed during summer breaks
  Finish Construction: August 2010

  Schedule Description:
  Regular construction meetings will be held with district maintenance director, district administration and contractors to
  ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. Total renovation project will be completed by August 2010.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Middle School Replacement - University City                                            $43,750,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                      University City                     5


  The "Change We Need"
  The School District of University City has a need to replace Brittany Woods Middle School. The current building was built
  in 1954, and currently requires approximately $20 million worth of improvements to provide an infrastructure and
  environment that is conducive to learning. A new facility would provide the students of our district with a 21st century
  learning environment.


  Project Description:
  The new middle school would be placed on the site of the current middle school. A land purchase would not be required.
  Demolition work could be conducted in phases allowing the district to utilize portions of the existing building while the new
  building is constructed on the same site.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The students of the School District of University City will be provided a facility designed to facilitate 21st century
  educational environment. It would provide state of the art science and computer labs, a comprehensive library/media
  center, a multi-purpose gymnasium/auditorium, as well as classrooms equipped with technology to aid instruction. These
  physical attributes combined with improved curriculum and instruction methods would enhance academic achievement in
  our schools and would allow our students to reach their full academic potential.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                150-200                                            0                                 150-200


  Environmental Impacts:
  This new facility will be built utilizing the principles of sustainable design, incorporating "green" building practices into the
  demolition of the existing building and construction of the new building. It is the goal of the district to achieve a LEED
  Silver certification or better with this project. The layout of this facility will reduce congestion of vehicular traffic by
  separating bus traffic areas from parent pick up areas. The reduction of congestion will decrease the time that all vehicles
  will be running, reducing fuel consumption and exhaust emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Although this project will not create long term employment opportunities since it is replacing an existing facility, it will
  indirectly impact University City. The success or failure of a school district does affect the property values of a community
  as well as impact the appeal of that community. The success of the school district will make the community more
  desirable. If a community is viewed as desirable, it is likely that businesses will migrate to this area to provide goods,
  services and employment opportunities to the people of the community.


  Project Status:
               Design: Contingent upon funding
               R-O-W: Contingent upon funding
        Environmental: Contingent upon funding




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  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Fall / Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Fall / Winter 2011


  Schedule Description:

  The School District of University City has secured the services of an architect to design two new elementary schools with
  our school district. We are receiving proposals from Construction Management firms to manage the construction of these
  schools. This puts the district in a unique position to pursue the construction of a new middle school with relative ease.
  The district has already begun preliminary planning to manage school operations while proceeding with construction. The
  district has already made plans to vacate the middle school this summer to accommodate other projects.



  Supporting Graphics:




        Proposed Cafeteria                          Proposed Science Lab                           Proposed Library




         Current Cafeteria                           Current Science Lab                            Current Library




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  MRH ECC Cafeteria and Teaching Kitchen                                                    $2,300,000


  Location:                  State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                           Missouri                    3                     St. Louis County                      5


  The "Change We Need"

  More than half of the children who attend school in the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District live below poverty
  level. Many of them come from families who struggle to provide life's basic necessities, such as a healthy diet and a basic
  knowledge of general wellness. This project would allow us to build a new cafeteria and a teaching kitchen on to the Early
  Childhood Center, which serves preschool through first grade. Our staff struggles to serve the children a healthy
  breakfast and lunch in the current cafeteria, often having to alter the menu due to their limitations. A new cafeteria would
  solve these problems, and the addition of a teaching kitchen would help us teach the youngest students about planning
  nutritious meals early in their lives. The project also includes the conversion of a parking lot at our middle school/high
  school into a courtyard and green space for students. The building is surrounded by asphalt, and the courtyard would
  provide a place for students to gather and study in a natural environment. Along with that project, some existing empty
  lots would be paved to create replacement parking.



  Project Description:
  The addition is comprised of a cafeteria, with kitchen, plus a teaching kitchen for the students complete with outdoor
  garden and learning piazza. In this the building and surroundings become the physical tools for teaching. The teaching
  emphasis will focus on the seed-to-table interdependent community concept.


  Desired Outcomes:
  A strong knowledge of good nutrition and a desire to lead a healthy lifestyle instilled within our students is the most
  significant desired outcome of the project. The teaching kitchen that will be built into the new cafeteria will help students
  see first-hand how to plan and prepare healthy meals and the importance of those meals in their development. The new
  cafeteria and kitchen will help our staff serve our students more efficiently in regards to energy consumption an our daily
  schedule. The green spaces added will give our students opportunities to play and learn in natural environments like they
  have never had before.


  Job Creation:                                                           Permanent                           Total

                                      85                                             4                                   89


  Environmental Impacts:
  The Early Childhood Center (ECC) is located in a neighborhood within a walkable mixed-use community. Not only will the
  building itself have a positive effect on the physical site but the use of 'green' teaching will provide student awareness to
  environmental issues and encourage sustainable lifestyles within their community. Environmentally friendly impacts will be
  introduced at every level from site to building to daily activity. Currently, the area of the site on which the addition will sit is
  completely asphalt. Simply removing a majority of the impervious surface reduces rainwater runoff and reduction of solar
  heat island effect (among other negative environment impacts). The building design will focus on utilizing sustainable and
  local construction materials plus finishes as well as providing a quality percentage of natural daylighting to the spaces.
  The use of disposable plates and utensils will be curtailed in the cafeteria and teaching kitchen as the students will eat
  from washable dishes made from recycled materials. Curriculum will be developed to include the fruit, vegetable and
  other various native gardens as teaching tools. For example, a science class may learn photosynthesis by viewing the
  collection of rainwater which feeds the gardens. The food that is then grown in the gardens will be handled by the
  students to aid in the teaching of nutrition and healthy living. The seed-to-table cycle creates a positive physical
  environment and teaching tool to educate.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The ECC as a teaching tool not only provides the students with a knowledgeable base of interdependent community early
  on in their learning but these tools will be taken farther than just school. Utilizing local materials in the building's
  construction will provide members of the community more job opportunities as well as a sense of being a part of the
  school community. A benefit to schools is that learning does not cease once outside the building. By involving parents,
  neighbors and community members who have an active interest in the children's future, the seed-to-table concept that will
  be accomplished with this ECC addition can help stimulate the local economy. Local farmer's markets will thrive as the
  students, and their parents, now feel an ownership to themselves and their community by what they eat. This can also
  cause a demand for community gardens and people to oversee them. By simply creating a much needed addition we
  choose to be leaders not only in the education within this building but to positively impact the community.


  Project Status:
              Design: 80% complete but put on hold due to budget constraints
              R-O-W: N/A
       Environmental: N/A

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: end of summer 2009/ remainder of addition under construction
       Interim Phasing: 14 months
   Finish Construction: early fall 2010/current portion September 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The cafeteria addition is scheduled to be fast tracked to meet the deadline. Meaning, different bid packages will be
  broken out so construction can start as soon as possible for certain areas while drawings are being finished up for other
  areas. For example, the footings and foundations can be a separate package as well as the structural framing so the work
  may be under construction while details concerning casework and finishes are still being determined. Another benefit for
  this project is that the construction manager (CM) is already onsite and ready to go. This will eliminate the six weeks (+)
  that it would take for the CM to get all the paperwork together, schedule contractors, prepare site, etc. We feel that
  between those two initiatives the tight schedule can be accomplished.


  Supporting Graphics:




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 Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
 Museum of Transportation Education / Visitors Center                                $6,500,000


 Location:                State          Congressional District       Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                      Unincorporated St.
                         Missouri                   2                                                       3
                                                                        Louis County


 The "Change We Need"
 The Museum of Transportation is a long-time source of pride and fascination for citizens of the region and an important
 repository for transportation artifacts that reflect St. Louis’ history as a national transportation hub. This project will
 showcase all modes of transportation, with emphasis on commerce and transport influences. The museum will provide
 teachers and students from intercity and urban schools with unique learning opportunities to help them better understand
 how the region’s central location and past decision making affected the market and supply economics of our country. The
 museum’s annual attendance of 150,000 is likely to increase significantly as a result of this project.


 Project Description:
 The construction of a 24,000 sq. ft. museum / visitor / education center, located in west St. Louis County, will provide
 programming and display of Smithsonian-class transportation artifacts. It will also include WIFI accessibility and an ADA-
 accessible outdoor display area that shows the air, land and water elements of transportation development.


 Desired Outcomes:
                                   hands on
 The education center will provide hands-on displays and educational programs, instructing users of all ages and abilities
 on the importance of transportation.


 Job Creation:         Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                          Total
                                    35                                         60                                 95


 Environmental Impacts:
 The Education and Visitor Center has been designed with LEED materials and principles, including HVAC and lighting.
 Parking and pedestrian areas will be designed with permeable features, reducing impact on environment from storm
 water runoff and unnecessary land disturbance. Landscaping will be used to cause a decrease in the carbon footprint.
 This facility will be built on an old construction landfill, adaptively reused in a safe and positive manner.


 Other Economic Impacts:
 Additional lodging nights booked and meals served at local business enterprises are direct attributable measures. A
 secondary economic impact will be ongoing dollars invested in updating and revision of the exhibits, which will be done on
 a bi-annual basis.


 Project Status:
              Design: Construction documents complete and are ready for bid.
         Site control: Property owned by St. Louis County, MO
       Environmental: None

 Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: Directly after bidding which will be done within 21 days of notice of funding.
      Interim Phasing: Building construction ASAP, site work bid within 60 days of funding.
  Finish Construction: Construction complete within 2 years of start.




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 Schedule Description:
 Bid documents are complete for Education/Visitor Center Construction should be started within 21 days of notice of
 funding. The site work package will be bid within 60 days of funding and the project will be open and serving the public
 within 2 years of funding.


 Supporting Graphics:




           Master Plan                            Hillside Site Work Detail                      Hillside Display Area




                  Museum Floor Plan                                                   Museum Detail Plan




                                                      Museum Sketch




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   Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
   Physical Education / Athletic Complex Project - Kirkwood                               $12,500,000


   Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                        Kirkwood                       3&5


   The "Change We Need"
   Kirkwood High School lacks adequate accommodations for its children to participate daily in physical education/athletics
   on campus. A renovation project will ensure all students have the ability to participate in directed physical activity
   everyday. A portion of the proposed project will be a joint partnership with the City of Kirkwood (tennis courts).


   Project Description:
   This project consists of a joint venture with the City of Kirkwood in building new tennis courts for the citizens of Kirkwood
   as well as the Kirkwood School District and also building additions (pool facility) and field upgrades on campus.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The ability of all students/citizens to have the opportunity for physical activity on a daily basis. The upgrade/additions to
   our facility will benefit students, staff, and community.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    175                                           10                                185


   Environmental Impacts:
   During the construction process the district would be able to become compliant with the "Clean Water Act " for all storm
   water issues mandated through Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District and the Federal Government. Artificial fields would
   decrease the need for the use of chemical applications including selective herbicides, and fertilizers that could be un
   friendly to the environment.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   Due to the increase in the construction industry, additional services, supplies, and materials would be needed to design,
   build and equip the new athletic complex. This would trickle down to the raw material provider. Working individuals would
   spend more in travel, food , clothing, and return funds through federal, state and local taxes and dollars spent.


   Project Status:
               Design: Planning stage/conceptual
               R-O-W: Planning stage/conceptual
        Environmental: Planning stage/conceptual


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: May 2009
        Interim Phasing: Relocate as required to alternative site or combine temporarily
    Finish Construction: June 2011




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   Schedule Description:
    The district would utilize middle school and elementary fields for lower grade level games and share resources with
   neighboring districts for Varsity level games during the construction process.


   Supporting Graphics:




      Athletic Field Master Plan                   Athletic Field Master Plan                  Athletic Field Master Plan




          Athletic Field Master Plan                    Master Plan-First Floor                     Swimming Pool




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   Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
   Valley Park Schools Energy / Infrastructure Modernization                             $2,300,000


   Location:                State           Congressional District        Municipality / City        County Council District

                           Missouri                   2                      Valley Park                        3


   The "Change We Need"
   We need to improve our school facilities and infrastructure. There is an increasing link between the classroom
   environment and the quality of learning. Overwhelmingly, it has been found that items such as background noise, indoor
   air quality, thermal comfort and lighting have a direct impact on test scores, absenteeism and teacher retention among
   others. We need to address school facilities that are lacking in these areas and give the next generation of students the
   tools to succeed and maintain the United States as a global economic leader.


   Project Description:
   Modernizing Valley Park School District facilities by upgrading aging, inefficient infrastructure with more energy efficient,
   green technologies that will enhance the learning environment as well as improve school life safety and security. Project
   improvements include HVAC upgrades, energy management system expansion, energy efficient lighting retrofits and roof
   replacements.


   Desired Outcomes:
   This project will provide significant improvements to the learning environment, reduce energy expenditures and
   maintenance costs in addition to benefiting the local economy through job creation. We expect this project to provide up to
   a year of work for local contracting trades including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, roofing, building automation and
   project management that have seen a decline in business in recent months.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                    40-50                                                                           40-50


   Environmental Impacts:
   This project will reduce gas and electrical consumption, in addition to reducing Valley Park School District's greenhouse
   gas emissions by up to 400 annual metric tons of CO2. This is the equivalent of taking 105 cars off the road annually.


   Other Economic Impacts:

   This project is guaranteed to save the Valley Park School District significant energy, financial and operational costs. These
   savings will be reinvested into classroom instructional needs to improve student achievement. This will create additional
   teaching positions in the District and enhance the resources available for students to excel in a global economy.



   Project Status:
                Design: 80%
                R-O-W: 80%
         Environmental: 100%


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: 6/1/2009
        Interim Phasing: N/A
    Finish Construction: 12/1/2009




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   Schedule Description:
   The District plans on using the guaranteed energy savings performance contracting approach. This approach utilizes an
   energy services company with a dedicated project management team that has experience working with school districts and
   their unique scheduling needs. Various options are available to ensure schedule compliance including: Use of shift labor to
   transition new equipment changeover, lighting retrofits performed after hours and/or taking advantage of scheduled holiday
   or shutdown periods.


   Supporting Graphics:




                                                Middle School Unit Ventilators -
           Thirty Year Old
                                                      Inefficient and Noisy,                     Inefficient Middle School
              Inefficient
                                                     are a Major Disruption                             Gym Lighting
         Middle School Boiler
                                                 to the Learning Environment




         Deteriorating Roof in Need of Replacement




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   Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
   Webster Groves High School Addition / Modernization                                  $80,000,000


   Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District
                           Missouri                    3                  Webster Groves                       5


   The "Change We Need"
   Providing state-of-the-art learning environments for our children is a critical strategy in our efforts to compete on an
   international level. The reconstruction of Webster Groves High School will provide modern facilities and educational
   resources where students and teachers have access to technology and other tools in a comfortable and motivating
   environment.

   Webster Groves High School was originally constructed in 1907. The district has a master plan that outlines the critically
   needed reconstruction of the historic building to create a 21st century learning environment for students. Phase 1 of this
   plan was recently completed through a bond issue. This proposed project would provide critical infrastructure upgrades
   and improvements to advance the academic success within a 4,200 student public school district. Over five years of
   research has gone into this master plan to align the goals of green design with the educational goals while maintaining
   the historical integrity of the building.


   Project Description:
   Reconstruction of Webster Groves High School to create a 21st century learning environment for students.


   Desired Outcomes:
   The outcomes are numerous and will include improved academic offerings for students as well as much needed security
   and environmental upgrades. This project will enable the high school to be only the second LEED certified public high
   school in the state of Missouri.


   Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total
                                    600                                           30                                630


   Environmental Impacts:
   The building will incorporate environmental designs into the educational curriculum, like new vegetated roof areas to
   reduce environmental impact and provide year-round science experiments; carpool parking, transit maps and bike racks
   to reduce the carbon footprint; rain gardens to clean and cool rainwater run-off; grey-water recycling, rainwater collection
   and digital lighting systems to reduce and teach environmental stewardship.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   The district relies upon local revenues for over 90% of it's budget. Federal funding will enable our taxpayers to redirect
   their earnings within the economy in lieu of paying higher property taxes to support their public school district. Federal
   funding will also enable the school district to utilize its resources towards teacher salaries and instructional purposes,
   including improving the technology infrastructure, and provide equity throughout our district.


   Project Status:
               Design: Complete
          Site control: All property owned by school district
        Environmental: Soil borings completed

   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: June 2009
        Interim Phasing: some phasing will be necessary to avoid interruption of school
    Finish Construction: December 2010




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   Schedule Description:
   The district has employed a construction project manager and will utilize design/build to control the project costs and
   timeline. The district has a proven track record of bringing projects in on time and under budget and has recently
   completed a $40 million bond issue successfully utilizing this construction model.


   Supporting Graphics:




    Webster Groves High School                        Proposed Basement                             Proposed First Floor




       Proposed Second Floor                          Proposed Third Floor                         High School Site Plan




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   Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
   Charlack Police and Correctional Facility                                              $2,000,000


   Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                           Missouri                   1                     City of Charlack                     2



   The "Change We Need"
   Change is needed in many aspects of our lives in the way we perform efficient and essential services to the citizens we
   serve, protect, and are accountable to. The City of Charlack in it's mandate to serve it's citizens needs to be able to
   upgrade our facilities in order to better service their needs.


   Project Description:
   In the first of two phases, a new police and jail facility will be constructed. (creating jobs in the construction industry) In
   this facility it will incorporate a 52 bed jail facility (48 male, and 4 female). It will include a modern booking and prisoner
   processing area (creating additional jobs for police and correctional staff). The second phase will be a new Charlack City
   Hall and Court room to be attached to the phase one project.


   Desired Outcomes:
   We will provide essential services to the citizens of Charlack, as well as the neighboring communities that will contract
   with our agency for jail and bond processing services. These services will include an upgrade in police services (adding
   police officer jobs), a 52 bed jail facility that will provide short term housing of arrestees, processing of bonds and
   associated fees (creating corrections and prisoner processing jobs). The Charlack Correctional Facility will also provide
   prisoner transportation for contracting municipalities, allowing smaller agencies the ability to keep their police officers on
   the street in their cities providing essential services, as opposed to being out of service transporting arrestees.


   Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total

                                      13                                            8                                 21


   Environmental Impacts:
   The building of a new modern facility has many positive impacts. 1) reduced operating costs with a new structure in
   decreased use of natural gas and electricity for heating and cooling. 2) The services that are provided to the citizens and
   associated business end users are located in one convenient location, thus reducing their use of energy products
   (gasoline) 3) The jail facility will provide a safer and cleaner environment in a relatively central location for agencies in
   North St. Louis County to house their arrestees pending further action of the courts. 4) The transport service will be able
   to reduce the gasoline usage of contract agencies having to utilize their police and conveyance units for the transporting
   of prisoners.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   The construction of phase 1 of the Charlack Police and Correctional Facility will cause a trickle down effect of economic
   growth in several sectors of business and in the service an trade industries. The initial construction will create and
   sustain construction jobs in all trades, it will support businesses that make and sell office products, thru new purchases of
   supplies and furnishings, the new staffing jobs within the facility that will be created to provide these services and the
   taxes that will be generated that will funnel back into the government from the construction and long term operation of a
   new facility. The Charlack Correctional Facility will also become a resource to the region due to it's ability to provide
   additional services and housing for arrestees for all agencies (cities, county, state and federal).




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   Project Status:
               Design: Building design is completed and available to submitted for further review.
               R-O-W: Land at the site is currently owned by the City of Charlack.
        Environmental: Environmental testing has been done and site was found to be free of any hazards.


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
     Start Construction: Spring / Summer 2009
        Interim Phasing:
    Finish Construction: Fall 2009


   Schedule Description:
   Once the designs and engineering are sent to St. Louis County for permitting there will be a 2-3 month period on us
   waiting for the permits for construction to be approved. Once approved, the first phase will take four months to complete
   and be in full operation (Fall 2009).


   Supporting Graphics:




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 Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
 City of Clayton Public Safety Facility                                               $16,500,000


 Location:                State           Congressional District       Municipality / City          County Council District

                         Missouri                    3                      Clayton                          5


 The "Change We Need"
 This project provides a state-of-the-art facility that will enhance the safety and security of the citizens of the City of
 Clayton, as well as the county seat and regional business center. It increases the safety, efficiency and effectiveness of
 public safety professionals in an inclusive and accessible environment that does not currently exist. The environmental
 conditions of the existing dated and crowded structure are inadequate to support the work of the public safety employees.


 Project Description:
 A new Public Safety Facility for the City of Clayton with three levels totaling 40,600 square feet of useable space, plus
 13,300 square feet of covered parking space.


 Desired Outcomes:
 The safety and security of the citizens of the City of Clayton and the community partnership with the regional community
 and public safety officials will be greatly improved.


 Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                   Permanent                           Total
                                  175                                          0                                  175


 Environmental Impacts:
 The building will be designed to LEED Silver standards. Energy and water consumption will be reduced substantially.
 Indoor air quality will be enhanced. Recycled and non-toxic materials and finishes will be utilized throughout. Mass
 transit (bus and light-rail) are within immediate vicinity. Bicycle and carpool transportation will be encouraged by
 installation of bike racks and preferred parking places for carpooling and hybrid vehicles.


 Project Status:
             Design: In progress. Scheduled to be complete by September 1, 2009.
        Site control:
      Environmental:

 Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: October 2009
      Interim Phasing: The project will not be phased.
  Finish Construction: October 2010




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 Schedule Description:
 The architect, engineer and general contractor will be utilizing a Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that will
 map out in four dimensions (the fourth dimension being time) the entire project. The architect/engineer and general
 contractor and owner will benefit from this innovative technology.


 Supporting Graphics:




                    Site Feasibility 1                                                  Site Feasibility 2




                    Site Feasibility 2




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  County Police Crime Laboratory Improvements                                            $8,500,000


  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District

                            MO                        3                        Clayton                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  Every community needs a safe, secure environment in which to grow. Crime deters growth, decreases property values,
  puts children's lives at risk, and breaks up families. St. Louis County is experiencing the same growth of DNA analysis
  casework requests as the nation: 73% case work increase with a backlog increase of over 135%. The DNA analysis
  backlog is from processing crime scenes, victims, suspects, and convicted offenders. Our nationally accredited Police
  Department currently must solve crimes in a small, 50-year-old crime lab that is inadequate to meet the demands of 21st
  century crime solving. The existing facility has insufficient storage space and is too small to adequately process the large
  volume of crime cases. We must also decrease the amount of energy we use in all of our facilities to support the nations
  goals ,and as an example to our community. Vehicular evidence processing, and evidence and prisoner transfer is
  unsecure. The new facility will allow our Police forensics experts to provide faster DNA results, process crime scene
  evidence faster, and drastically decrease the backlog of DNA casework in a LEED certified, energy efficient facility.


  Project Description:
  This project will replace a 50-year-old crime lab with a new 35,000 sf space in the Police Annex. This build-out will p
        p j            p          y                               ,       p                                             provide a
  modern laboratory with investigatory support services, secure evidence storage space, and an adjoined two-bay secure
  garage to process vehicles involved in crimes and evidence transfer. Green techiniques will be used in the reconstruction of
  the existing facility area to house the new crime lab such as using recycled metals, glass, and plastics. energy star rated
  fixtures will be used. The facility will be ADA accessible. Secure storage will allow for continued secure chain of evidence.
  Proper ventilation of the work area will protect the evidence and protect the workers.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Vital County services will be provided in a facility with adequate space and emergency power;
  Continued national accreditation;
  Increased protection from criminal and terrorist threats.
  More efficient and secure processing and storage of evidence.
  Improved criminal investigation capabilities from state-of-the-art detection and processing equipment.
  ~25% increase in the number of crimes solved.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total

                                    55                                            5                                  60


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new facility will be green. We will use recycled material as well as new secure, energy-efficient windows, Energy Star-
  rated appliances and daylighting systems. The adjoining, two-bay garage will have energy efficient windows and doorways.
  We anticipate 5%-10% decrease in energy usage for the new lab.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This project will enhance the ability of our nationally accredited police department to put criminals behind bars. The Police
  will not have to use additional resources (men, vehicles, equipment) to protect case evidence in transport and processing.
  Crime rate reductions will mean decreased insurance rates for theft loss.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Design in Progress
         Site control: Owner of facility
       Environmental: No negative impact


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: August 2009
       Interim Phasing: None
   Finish Construction: October 2010


  Schedule Description:
  Space is unoccupied and is owned by St. Louis County. We can proceed with construction in August 2009.


  Supporting Graphics:




                       Existing Crime Lab -
                                                                          Modern Spacious Workspace
                    Cramped Space and Backlog




                        Existing Lab Space                                    Modern Lab Facility




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Fire Department Quint (100 foot Ladder Truck) Fire Apparatus                             $1,400,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City          County Council District

                          Missouri                    3                          Clayton                          5


  The "Change We Need"
  In order to provide effective fire and life safety services the City of Clayton needs to replace an outdated fire "Ladder
  Truck". This truck provides vital life saving services not only to the City of Clayton and its visitors but to the residents of
  over 20 local communities in St Louis County and St Louis City.


  Project Description:
  Design and build a quality American built and fully equipped fire/life safety apparatus. This will be a 100 foot platform
  quint ladder truck. The unit will be able to fight fire, provide advanced medical life support and emergency rescue services
  to the local/regional area.


  Desired Outcomes:
  This Fire Apparatus will increase the ability of the City of Clayton Fire Department to provide vital specialized fire and life
  safety responses not only to our community but to dozens of local communities including the City of St Louis, Richmond
  Heights, Maplewood               City Wellston Pagedale Olivette
  Heights Maplewood, University City, Wellston, Pagedale, Olivette, Brentwood and Webster Groves.Groves


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                            Total

                                     37                                            10                                   47


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new Fire Truck will use the most current engine and exhaust gas technology allowing us to provide greater service to
  the Metro area while significantly reducing our carbon footprint. The new engine design is more fuel efficient and allows
  for the use of Bio-Diesel fuels reducing oil demand and producing less harmful emissions.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  By providing appropriate fire protection and Emergency Medical Services this unit will enhance public safety of the region.
  By reducing life and property loss the region will be able to maintain current business that are effected by fire or other
  emergency's. Businesses lost to fire rarely ever reopen causing lost economic vitality to the region.


  Project Status:
               Design:
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Construction starting in March 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: Construction finished in October of 2009




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  Schedule Description:
  Construction could begin in less than 30 days and completion would be by October of this year. On going maintenance
  and staffing of the unit will account for up to 10 full time positions.


  Supporting Graphics:




                  Existing Ladder Truck                                            Existing Ladder Truck




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  Project Title:                                                                        Estimated Cost
  Frontenac Public Safety Building                                                         $3,500,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City          County Council District

                          Missouri                  1&2                        Frontenac                          3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Frontenac needs to replace our deteriorating 30+ year-old police and fire department facilities as well as City
  Hall space. We need to change the conditions that have resulted in a lack of separate sleeping and shower facilities for
  our male and female firefighter/paramedics and locker facilities for our male and female police officers. The proposed
  facility would change the way all residents and employees could access the facilities by coming into compliance with the
  Americans with Disabilities Act, (ADA) requirements and meeting current codes for fire and life safety. While every effort
  has been made to maintain the existing facilities, the presence of mold in the fire house sleeping quarters and police
  department storage area are just some of the expensive maintenance costs that warrant a replacement of the 3 existing
  buildings into one multi-purpose facility. The additional space for the fire department will allow the City alternatives to
  address a recent poor rating by the Insurance Services Organization, (ISO), which would result in increased costs through
  insurance rates for our residents and business community. A severe decline in sales tax revenues resulting from the poor
  economy, has forced the City to place the project on indefinite hold.


  Project Description:
  Total construction cost is $9.6 million; however, the City is only requesting $3.5 to make the project possible, with the
                                                                            shovel ready”
  remainder being financed 100% by the City. The project is 100% “shovel ready The new building would be built on the
                                               City
  site of the existing City facilities, avoiding the cost of land acquisition and eliminating duplication of infrastructure. The
  efficient two-story building would house all City functions and will fit between the existing police and fire stations, allowing
  them to remain fully-functional during construction. The location of the existing City-owned property also ensures a four-
  minute emergency response time to all areas of the community.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Through completion of the project we will create a facility that replaces three obsolete buildings constructed in the early
  1960’s and 70’s. We will be able to provide a space for our police officers, firefighter/paramedics and emergency
  dispatchers which meet current fire, electrical and mechanical codes, and we will provide ADA compliant access for all
  residents and visitors.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                            Total

                                    105                                             0                                   105




  Environmental Impacts:

  The new building will be more energy efficient than the three obsolete buildings which will be demolished. Efficiency
  efforts which will result in improvements to the environment include, stormwater runoff which will now be in compliance
  with the EPA Clean Water Act through an extensive water filtration system. New heating, ventilation systems will reduce
  dependence on natural gas and electricity. Air conditioning systems have been designed to create enhanced refrigerant
  management. Some existing furniture and fixtures will be recycled into the new facility. New lighting fixtures will provide
  motion sensor systems to reduce power usage. Plumbing fixtures will be more energy efficient and reduce water flow.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  The new facility will stabilize the commercial area and encourage residential and commercial development in the
  community with the confidence of quality police, fire and government services. It will also provide over one year of
  employment and stimulus for our suffering commercial construction industry.


  Project Status:
              Design: 100% Complete
              R-O-W: 100% Complete
       Environmental: 90% Complete

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: April 2009
       Interim Phasing: March 2009
   Finish Construction: April 2010

  Schedule Description:
  The City has contracted with SM Wilson to provide construction management services and they have extensive
  experience with public safety building construction.


  Supporting Graphics:




        Existing Conditions:                          Existing Conditions:                        Buildings Do Not Meet
         Dispatch Center                                 Prisoner Area                            ADA or Safety Codes




   Rendering Rear view looking                   Rendering West view looking                        Building Rendering
   at Fire Department entrance                  at Police Department Entrance                       Clayton Road View




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Glendale Fire Station, Police and City Hall Renovations                               $5,000,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council Dist.

                          Missouri                   2                       Glendale                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Glendale operates a Fire Department, Police Department and City Hall out of a 13,000 square foot building
  that no longer meets its needs or meets current Building Code, Seismic Design or ADA standards. As an essential facility
  providing first response services during an emergency as well as Homeland Security responses, it is critical that the facility
  be brought up to current seismic protection, ADA accessibility for public and civilian employees, current security standards
  and provide reasonable space accommodations for a staff that has outgrown it. The original building dates back to 1926
  with numerous additions over the years, the last of which was in 1995.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a new fire station that would house not only the fire department staff but a future ambulance crew, as well
  as a protected shelter for the public during emergencies or power outages which are frequent in this area due to storm
  damage. Renovate the existing City Hall, Police Department and prior Fire Department space to include a Sally Port and
  better office space for the Police, an ADA compliant elevator, ADA restrooms and additional City Hall office.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include: a seismically protected Fire Station with a public shelter/meeting space, better security in the
  Police Department including a Sally Port, internal CCTV security system, additional office and meeting space, an armory,
  a secure evidence storage and processing areas, an elevator and male and female restrooms that meet current ADA and
  plumbing code requirements for the entire building, additional office, meeting and records storage space for City
  Administration.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     31                                          10                                 41


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new facility will be designed using sustainable design standards including energy efficient shell, heating, cooling,
  lighting and low flow plumbing fixtures. Use of natural day lighting will be maximized. Renovation of the existing building
  will include replacement of the obsolete electrical system, energy efficient lighting, low-flow plumbing fixtures in new
  restrooms, environmentally friendly elevators and better insulated windows, doors and building envelope.


  Other Economic Impacts:

  The new fire station and renovation of the City Hall and Police Departments will allow the City to add ambulance service in
  the future and to provide better police and fire service to the community. Providing a protected "safe area" for community
  residents to come during dangerous weather and frequent power outages is a service the City has needed for a long time.
  This space will also be available for public meetings, public training classes and use by other community groups as well.




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  Project Status:
              Design: Underway
         Site control: Underway
       Environmental: Underway


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 9/1/2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: 1/1/2011


  Schedule Description:
  If funding is provided, project will be bid in August, 2009. Fire station construction will be completed by May, 2010. Once
  the Fire Department phase is complete, the City Hall and Police Departments will be renovated in a series of phases to
  minimize disruption of operations starting in May, 2010 with completion in January, 2011.


  Supporting Graphics:




                 Overall View -
                                                           Police and Fire Dept.                Floor cracking from Pumper
              Fire Dept & City Hall




     Tight Clearance around Vehicle                    Lack of Sally Port                       6'-4" Headroom in Basement




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  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  New City Hall / Police Station - Valley Park                                            $4,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                       Valley Park                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Valley Park has been ravished by floodwater for decades, we have invested in a new levee to protect us from
  the flooding. The City is now able have a new building that will not flood.


  Project Description:
  15,000 square feet building for municipal operations including Board meetings and municipal court and for a police station.



  Desired Outcomes:
  This project will improve the building efficiency over the current building. The new building will also consist of a structurally
  sound building that will not flood.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                            Total

                                     27                                            3                                   30


  Environmental Impacts:
  This project will include new, more efficient mechanical systems and appliances. The site will also be reviewed for
  stormwater reclamation systems.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The economic impact to the local community will include more efficient government services allowing local businesses to
  function more efficient. In addition, the money that the City may be able to save with the more efficient systems, may
  allow for additional projects to be completed or lowering of taxes.


  Project Status:
               Design: Conceptual
               R-O-W: Project will be on current City Property.
        Environmental: Will be obtained during design.


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Winter 2009
       Interim Phasing: N/A
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  The project will be designed by the end of 2009. Construction to follow after design. Construction will take approximately
  1 year. The City will ensure that adequate resources are used in the design process and will ensure a liquidated damages
  clause is enforced on the contractor.




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  Project Title:                                                                      Estimated Cost
  Protecting Vital Services in Family Courts                                               $92,300,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                             MO                        3                         Clayton                           5


  The "Change We Need"
  Children and families in crisis need our attention, support and help. The current family court facility fails to provide adequate
  or appropriate space to serve the needs of victims of domestic violence and child abuse. The facility's secure detention
  center is antiquated and unsafe for juvenile residents and staff. The entire building is nearly 40 years old, is outdated,
  cramped and environmentally hazardous; asbestos issues cause frequent displacement of personnel and even building
  evacuation.


  Project Description:
  Construct a 260,000 square foot family court center to provide a supportive environment for child abuse victims, families in
  crisis and over 7,000 at risk youth per year to receive counseling and social services. The facility will be safe, modern,
  comfortable and energy-efficient, with judicial areas and living quarters for 75 children.


  Desired Outcomes:
  More efficient operation of family court system due to provision of adequate space for judicial offices and court rooms.
  More troubled youth moving on to lead productive, positive lives due to improved ability to provide effective mentoring and
  counseling in a comfortable, supportive space.
  Greater safety for abuse victims and detainees.
  Increased housing capacity and office/meeting space to provide individualized services that lead to positive results for
  children and families.


  Job Creation:           Construction (Direct Only)                      Permanent                           Total

                                    618                                              2                                  620


  Environmental Impacts:
  We will improve indoor air quality for all personnel, visitors and residents by constructing an asbestos-free environment. The
  new facility will use LEED green building techniques; we will use recycled products and materials in construction. We will
  use solar energy to supplement the heat system and we will decrease energy usage by 30% by installing energy efficient
  windows, insulation, roofing and lighting. We will use captured rain water for irrigation and gray water. We will use only
  Energy Star-rated appliances and fixtures and use daylighting systems with our windows.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Adequate building space will allow us to carry out behavior improvement programs that can help our troubled youth turn
  their lives around, hold jobs, be productive and bring families back together. With a state-of-the-art, green facility, we will
  decrease maintenance expense by 50%.




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  Project Status:
               Design: Design/Build Consultant
          Site control: Owner of site
        Environmental: Demolition of existing facility


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: January 2010
       Interim Phasing: March 2009 - August 2009 relocate occupants of 121 S. Meramec and 111 S. Meramec
   Finish Construction: March 2011


  Schedule Description:
  We will use the design/build project delivery method. We will lease out interim space for occupants of 121 S. Meramec and
  111 S. Meramec so that those buildings can be demolished to provide the space needed to erect the new Family Court
  facility.


  Supporting Graphics:




            Existing Pod                                 Cramped Spaces                              Court Room




           Juvenile Block                          Classrooms Are Too Small                 Storage is Full and Not Secure




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  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Public Safety/Reducing Crime Recidivism                                               $6,600,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri               1, 2 & 3                        All                          All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  We need to attack the core causes of crime, rather than just treat the symptoms. These programs are critical for our
  communities and our citizens, yet they are currently at risk or have already been cut back due to current economic
  conditions. We recognize that incarceration only temporarily reduces crime. The continuation of programs to modify
  behavior can help make criminals valuable citizens who contribute in positive ways to their communities rather than prey
  upon them. We must save our youth from the cycle of violence and incarceration.


  Project Description:
  Support for programs that serve detained youth and adult substance abusers, help them transition from incarceration to
  mainstream productive lives and directly address issues that lead to crime recidivism


  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcomes are to end the dangerous cycle of youth violence and reduce recidivism among youth and adult
  substance abusers. The success of these programs will also contribute to a greater sense of safety and security in the
  community at large Program participants will have increased job skills and experience and youth violence will be reduced
                  large.
  as a result of these efforts.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                           Total

                                     0                                           70                                   70


  Environmental Impacts:
  Program will provide positive impact on the socio-economic as well as physical environment of our entire community.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Safer communities enable economic development and sustained growth. Safe neighborhoods allow families to invest their
  lives and children's future in the core of our communities. The people capital of our communities establish the basis for all
  other economic investments.


  Project Status:
  Project is READY to make a Positive Change.




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Town & Country Firehouse / Ambulance Station                                            $7,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City         County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                     Town & Country                       3


  The "Change We Need"
  The configuration of the current highway system presents challenges to the City in response times to areas on the north
  end of our jurisdiction.


  Project Description:
  This project would involve the land acquisition, design and construction of an additional public safety facility to address
  these needs.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The public safety will be improved by the decrease in response times for emergency calls.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                           Total

                                     47                                            10                                  57


  Environmental Impacts:
  None anticipated.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The implementation of this project will require the utilization of professional services firms for design, contracting firms for
  construction as well as various materials suppliers, equipment supply and rental companies and construction testing /
  support firms.


  Project Status:
               Design: 6 Months
               R-O-W: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project
        Environmental: Compliance with NPDES Phase II requirements throughout the project


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer / Fall 2009
       Interim Phasing: To be determined as a part of Design / Build Process
   Finish Construction: Fall 2010


  Schedule Description:
  Project will be streamlined utilizing a design / build process




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Brentwood Fire Department                                                             $4,200,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City         County Council District
                          Missouri                    3                      Brentwood                         5


  The "Change We Need"
  Providing quality resources that enable our firefighters and emergency responders to do their jobs effectively and protect
  the citizenry is an important first step in our homeland security. The City of Brentwood plans to build a new Fire Station to
  replace its current facility, which was built as a WPA project in 1935 and last renovated in 1974. Brentwood provides fire
  and ambulance service to 7,500 residents and more than 30,000 working population on a daily basis.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a new fire station for the municipality of Brentwood, with four equipment bays, offices, meeting rooms and
  living quarters for 27 firefighters. It will meet or exceed all ADA, fire department and seismatic standards.


  Desired Outcomes:
  Desired outcomes include a new, modern facility that meets all current building and safety regulations; adequate space
  and safety compliance that will allow the department to upgrade equipment; and the ability for the department to increase
  the number of firemen, including women, which again is limited due the current space and regulations.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                           Total
                                     50                                          30                                  80


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new facility is designed using "green" standards for lighting, heating and air-conditioning. The air quality for the
  firemen will be greatly improved for the operating of equipment indoors with new air handlers.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The investment in a new fire station will allow firefighters to provide better service. The upgraded equipment will maintain
  or improve our ISO rating which encourage property owners to reinvest in their properties and reduce insurance cost.


  Project Status:
              Design: Completed
         Site control: Completed
       Environmental: Completed

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: June 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: December 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  If funding is approved the project will go out to bid in March 2009 and there is nothing that will delay the construction
  project.

  Supporting Graphics:




        BFD Color Elevation                               BFD Site Plan                                 BFD Floor Plan




Revision 1.2                                              Page 353                                              March 6, 2009
                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  City of Kirkwood Electric Distribution Infrastructure                                   $20,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                    2                        Kirkwood                        3


  The "Change We Need"
  The City of Kirkwood's electric distribution infrastructure is aging making the system less reliable and contributing to line
  loss. This money requested will allow us to almost completely replace the aging less efficient distribution system that we
  currently are operating with.


  Project Description:
  Replace aging electric distribution infrastructure in the City of Kirkwood


  Desired Outcomes:
  A more reliable electric distribution delivery system.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                         Total

                                     8                                            2                                 10


  Environmental Impacts:
  The most significant would be the reduction in line loss. As a system ages electric losses increase, by replacing the lines
  this will decrease the line loss while increasing the reliability of the system.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  This will benefit companies that replace electric infrastructure, line manufacturers, electric equipment manufacturers and
  provide much needed stimulus to our local economy.


  Project Status:
               Design:
               R-O-W:
        Environmental:


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: Summer 2009
       Interim Phasing: Summer2011
   Finish Construction: Fall 2013


  Schedule Description:
  By contracting out the engineering and construction management we believe we will be able to complete $20,000,000
  worth of infrastructure replacement during this five year period.




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                                  Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Supporting Graphics:



                         Average Outage Duration



         250                                                                       Ameren
         200                                                                       Aquila MPS
         150                                                                       Aquila L&P
         100
                                                                                   Empire
         50
                                                                                   KCPL
          0
                  2001       2002        2003        2004        2005              KIRK


                         The Above Graph Represents Outage Minutes Per Customer



                      Average Outage Frequency


   2.5
                                                                                   Ameren
     2
                                                                                   Aquila MPS
   1.5
                                                                                   Aquila L&P
     1
                                                                                   Empire
   0.5
                                                                                   KCPL
     0
                                                                                   KIRK
               2001      2002        2003         2004        2005

                      The Above Graph Represents Outage Occurrences Per Customer




Revision 1.2                                  Page 355                                    March 6, 2009
                                         Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Emergency Generators (City Hall, Community Center,
                                                                                         $600,000
  Civic Center East and City Maintenance Facility)


  Location:                State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                   1                       Hazelwood                         2


  The "Change We Need"
   We need to Install emergency standby generators at two community centers, city hall and our maintenance facility. The
  two community centers are used as emergency shelters during periods of major power outages usually caused by storms.
  City hall is used as the emergency operations command center and the maintenance facility houses all of the city
  equipment that will be needed to recover from the emergency.


  Project Description:
  Installation of emergency standby generators at City Hall, Community Center, Civic Center East and the City Maintenance
  facility. Both community centers are use as cooling or heating centers in times of emergencies. The City Hall is the
  location of our Operations center and the maintenance facility is used to house our equipment and fuel which is needed
  during emergency operations.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The city will be able to provide heated or cooled emergency shelters to residents displaced do to a major storm event or
  some other emergency that requires the need for temporary shelter.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                           Total

                                    8                                            0                                   8


  Environmental Impacts:
  Installation of these generators will provide a safe place for residents to go rather than staying home and running a bunch
  of portable generators.


  Project Status:
              Design: 90 to 120 days
              R-O-W: none required
       Environmental: none required


  Project Schedule: (Assuming funds available in March 2009)
    Start Construction: 90 to 120 days after funding is made available
       Interim Phasing: none
   Finish Construction: within 12 months from funding availability




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                   Estimated Cost
  Intelligent Transportation System - Countywide                                       $16,500,000


  Location:                State          Congressional District         Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                 1, 2, 3               St. Louis County                   All 7


  The "Change We Need"
  This is a project that will foster a healthier community and make the St. Louis metropolitan region a more livable,
  sustainable community. Our present system consists of partially coordinated, unactuated, and disparate traffic signals that
  cause thousands of area motorists to perform unnecessary stopping and starting maneuvers each day. The proposed
  improvements would improve traffic flow, enhance motorists' safety and reduce fuel consumption. In addition, the region is
  annually listed in the EPA's Green Book as a consistent PM 2.5 and 8-hour ozone "Non-Attainment" area. The CDC has
  listed our region among its chronic public health areas due to our increased rates in the incidence of youth asthma (urban
  youth here suffer from asthma morbidity rates up to six times the national average). With this project we will address these
  concerns and help make our community healthier, safer and more livable.


  Project Description:
  St. Louis County plans to install an Intelligent Transportation System along integrated segments of its Arterial Road
  System. The system’s cameras will monitor traffic flow and aid in signal timing; improve traffic responsiveness through
  vehicle detection; and enable more rapid adjustment and troubleshooting, via fiber optic and wireless communications.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The desired outcomes from this project include substantial progress toward full compliance with the EPA's standards for
  air quality, as defined in EPA's Region VII Ozone Episodic Control Program; improved traffic flow; enhanced safety for
  motorists; and reduced fuel consumption.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                    Permanent                         Total

                                     60                                          4                                  64


  Environmental Impacts:
  It is projected that this traffic signal project will reduce airborne pollutants by over three million tons annually, with a
  resultant dramatic decrease in acute youth asthma rates for our region. In addition, it is estimated that area motorists will
  save more than six million dollars per year in fuel, oil, and vehicle wear and tear costs, thereby achieving commensurate
  reductions in petroleum dependence.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Construction of the project will create 64 temporary and permanent jobs. Manufacturing equipment for the project will also
  create jobs. Efficient processing of work day traffic to/from work, school and shopping areas will increase the general
  productivity of the region. Anticipated regional health benefits include reducing citizen sick time, lost wages, and poor work
  performance.


  Project Status:
              Design: In-house - three months to complete contract specifications
              R-O-W: n/a
       Environmental: n/a




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                                         Saint Louis County, Missouri


  Project Schedule:
    Start Construction: Project let May 2009
       Interim Phasing: n/a
   Finish Construction: no later than December 31, 2010


  Schedule Description:
  This project will not require development of engineering design drawings. The Contractor performing this signal work will
  be required to abide by the County's design criteria as specified in the contract specifications. This modified design/build
  method shortens the time to the bid letting date and allows the Contractor to adjust his work to field conditions.



  Supporting Graphics:




       Traffic Control Center                      Signal Controller Testing




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                                             Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Kinloch Fire Protection District Station                                                $4,200,000


  Location:                 State            Congressional District       Municipality / City          County Council District

                          Missouri                     1                        Kinloch                          1


  The "Change We Need"
  The Kinloch Fire Protection District is positioning itself to accommodate increased demand as build out of important real
  estate escalates within the City of Kinloch. The Kinloch Fire Protection District, through a mutual cooperative agreement,
  provides fire protection service to a wide area of residents in North St. Louis County. The Kinloch Fire Protection District
  has been in existence since 1932 and improvements and upgrades are essential to meet future needs. The proposed
  new fire station will enhance the department’s ability to provide rapid, effective emergency response in North County.


  Project Description:
  Construction of a new fire station for the Kinloch Fire Protection District, consisting of four equipment bays, offices,
  meeting room and living quarters to house up to 27 full-time fire fighters. The new facility is designed to meet or exceed
  all ADA, fire department and seismatic standards.


  Desired Outcomes:
  A new modern facility that meets all current building and safety regulations; a facility that enables the department to
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  upgrade equipment, that is now limited due to the lack of space and safety requirements; increase the number of male
  and female firemen.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                            Total
                                     30                                           30                                   60


  Environmental Impacts:
  The new facility's design incorporates several Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for
  lighting, heating and air conditioning.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The investment in a new fire station will be a catalyst to growth and redevelop the area. Planned upgrades in equipment
  will maintain or improve the ISO rating, which will encourage property owners to reinvest in their properties and reduce
  insurance costs.


  Project Status:
               Design: Completed
          Site control: Completed
        Environmental: Completed

  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: none
  Finish Construction: June 2010

  Schedule Description:
  If funding is approved the project will go out to bid in March and there is nothing that will delay the construction project




Revision 1.2                                                Page 359                                                 March 6, 2009
                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
   Maplewood New City Firehouse                                                         $4,500,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District         Municipality / City      County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                      Maplewood                        5


   The "Change We Need"
   We are currently operating in a facility designed for the needs of 1960’s era emergency services. Our emergency
   services professionals need a firehouse that meets the needs of our growing community and the ever increasing
   demands of the emergency services required in today’s society. As our fire department provides mutual aid emergency
   services to the entire St. Louis metro area, this project will provide benefits to the entire region.


   Project Description:
   Construct a new firehouse to replace an outdated and inadequate facility that was built in 1965. Our current facilty is
   quite overcrowded by both personnel and equipment. The new facilty will provide a means to address the needs of
   modern emergency services.


   Desired Outcomes:
   A new firehouse capable of providing separate facilities for men and women, provide the employees adequate
   sleeping/living accommodations, and the capability to house a modern fire truck, rescue truck, and ambulance.


   Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                         Total

                                     30                                                                           30


   Environmental Impacts:
   No negative impact will be created by the project. The new building will be built to LEED standards thereby conserving
   energy and in effect reduce negative environmental impacts.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   A new firehouse will reduce the local tax impact on Maplewood residents while at the same time provide construction
   jobs and sustain local businesses that provide goods and services.


   Project Status:
                 Design
                 R-O-W N/A
          Environmental N/A


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
     Start Construction: 120 days after notification that funds are available
        Interim Phasing: N/A
    Finish Construction: one year after start of construction




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Schedule Description:
   Preliminary plans have been prepared and land is in the process of being acquired. This project will begin construction
   120 days after notification that funds are available. Construction will be completed in 12 months.


   Supporting Graphics:




            Engine Room                            Restroom / Locker Room                             Engine Room




          Bunkroom / Office                              Engine Room                                     Kitchen




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Project Title:                                                                 Estimated Cost
   New Fire House #1 - Ferguson                                                        $4,360,000


   Location:                State         Congressional District        Municipality / City         County Council Dist.

                          Missouri                  1                       Ferguson                         1


   The "Change We Need"
   The current fire house #1 was built in 1953, with an addition added in 1973 that faces stability problems (cracks in the
   walls). The facility lacks proper storage space, locker space, and separate bunk rooms and showers for males and
   females. The fire house has asbestos, single-pane windows, and faces a blind intersection. There is no training room
   area, and EMS crews are located in a different building.


   Project Description:
   This project would involve the construction of a brand-new facility to house our emergency services personnel (fire
   fighters, EMS staff) and equipment.


   Desired Outcomes:
   An improved energy-efficient facility with proper living quarters, training space, and proper ingress and egress for all
   emergency vehicles. This will allow our city to provide improved and state-of-the-art emergency services to our residents
   and businesses.


   Job Creation:         Construction                                 Permanent                         Total

                                75-100                                           0                               75-100


   Environmental Impacts:
   Using energy efficient appliances, windows, and HVAC systems to support the 24-hour operation will drastically reduce
   the carbon footprint of the current facility. The City will consider all alternatives to make this building as "green" as
   possible.


   Other Economic Impacts:
   No anticipated economic impacts


   Project Status:
               Design: Complete
               R-O-W: TBD
        Environmental: TBD


   Project Schedule: (Assume funds available in March 2009)
     Start Construction: Spring 2010
        Interim Phasing:
    Finish Construction: Spring 2012




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                                            Saint Louis County, Missouri

   Schedule Description:
   We will work with industry-recognized leaders in the construction of fire safety facilities to ensure that this timeline is met
   and that the building is built to meet or exceed current standards for these types of facilities.


   Supporting Graphics:




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                                          Saint Louis County, Missouri
  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Protecting Vital Services for County Emergency Response Center                        $1,000,000



  Location:                 State         Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                   3                       Chesterfield                       7


  The "Change We Need"
  Our community expects a prompt and efficient response to emergencies when they occur in the County. The expansion of
  the St. Louis County Emergency Response Center will assure that emergency response supplies and equipment needed
  to assist County residents is available and fully functional when the need arises.


  Project Description:
  Expansion of the existing County Emergency Response Center to accommodate increased community emergency
  response responsibilities; Vital emergency supplies and equipment purchased with Federal Homeland Security funds will
  be secured from degradation caused by weather in the expanded response center space; Emergency response center
  staff will respond from one site to address resident needs instead of having to drive to remote storage sites. The center
  will be equipped with an emergency generator so that supplies and equipment can be distributed/maintained during a
  power outage.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The expansion will provide a green environment for central secure storage and maintenance of emergency supplies and
  equipment; it will also provide increased efficiency of the limited Emergency Operations staff when they perform their
  required maintenance and status checks.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                   Permanent                          Total
                                     10                                           0                                  10


  Environmental Impacts:
  Green Energy Star electric fixtures and HVAC units are being specified in the design. Day lighting will be used where
  feasible. Heat exchanger reclaim units, will be considered for inclusion in the design.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  There will be direct employment of construction trades in building both the center's shell and internal systems; HVAC
  equipment resources and specialty accessories will be required from companies in and out of the St. Louis area.


  Project Status:
               Design: In process, 80 % complete awaiting funding
          Site control: Owned and operated by the County
        Environmental: No-hazards have been identified

  Project Schedule:
   Start Construction: 7/1/2009
      Interim Phasing: none required
  Finish Construction: 3/1/2010

  Schedule Description:
  A consulting firm has already started the design. The existing building shell will provide protection to allow the majority of
  the construction work to be done independently of weather conditions. Established LEED qualifying designs and
  equipment will be used and standard off the shelf items will be used as much as possible.




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                                            Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  Regional Emergency Communications System                                              $100,000,000


  Location:                 State           Congressional Districts       Municipality / City        County Council District
                                                                          91 cities + 23 Fire
                          Missouri                 1, 2 & 3                                                    All 7
                                                                               Districts


  The "Change We Need"
  Since 9-11, it has become increasingly clear that the coordination of multiple agencies on a specific emergency scene is
  critical to the survival of our first responders. In addition, the current analog radio systems in use by our first responders
  wastes broadband communications spectrum that could be used to increase job growth in our region. Modern radio
  technology will improve first responder safety, community service, and stimulate the economy.


  Project Description:

  Construct and begin operation of St Louis County component of a region-wide emergency communications system
  composed of a 700 / 800 MHz digital radio network supporting all the emergency responders in St Louis County, a modern
  county-wide outdoor early warning (siren) network, and a modernized emergency call center (911); provide interoperable
  communications for 65 police departments, 23 independent fire districts, and all ambulance services - county-wide.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Assure a safe, efficient response to hometown security conditions in the St Louis Region. Facilitate a coordinated
  response to crisis- tornado / earthquake events and armed criminal attacks. Provide the tools for our local heroes to
  respond to these natural as well as man-made disasters while protecting themselves and the innocent citizens of our
  community. System to be built on a common standard with adjacent counties to assure regional-wide response to crisis.


  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                          Total (over 2 years)

                                    2,500                                         10                                   2,510


  Environmental Impacts:
  Digitized radio network will clean up the radio frequency spectrum eliminating the radio frequency pollution caused by old-
  fashioned analog systems that spray transmissions across our region and interfere with commercial opportunities for
  improved communications especially in our minority communities. New radio system will include purchase of modern
  technology for economically distressed but viable municipalities that are the core of the Region's minority population.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  Current analog radio systems wastes available radio spectrum of frequencies. FCC directive already in place to "narrow-
  band" our emergency response radio networks by the end of 2012. Current condition is in excess of 50 independent radio
  broadcast networks in St Louis County alone. There are no current sources of funding to capitalize the investments
  required to meet the FCC directive.


  Project Status:
               Design: Planning for construction is complete - request for proposals will be complete by March 1, 2009.
          Site control: Most sites are in government control, remaining may be acquired within 6 months.
      Frequency Plan: Approved by FCC region 24, Missouri - December 2008




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  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: August 2009
       Interim Phasing: Initial operations to commence March 2010
   Finish Construction: All construction and operations complete March 2011.


  Schedule Description:
  Interoperable radio system is currently in design. System construction will use a performance specification to allow
  competitive private industry to provide most current and rapid construction / system component development. Siren
  system construction will be completed within 10 months. 911 system upgrade will be in place within 6 months of funding
  availability. Completed system must be in place to meet FCC MANDATED clean-up / narrow-banding of frequencies by
  the end of 2012.


  Supporting Graphics:




     1968 Vintage Radio Tower                      VHF Dispatch Console                       In-Car Communications




       Haz Mat Inter-Agency
                                              Tactical Team Communications                  Great Flood of 1993 Rescue
         Communications




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                    Estimated Cost
  St. Louis County Emergency Shelters                                                    $20,000,000


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City       County Council District
                                                                          Unincorporated St.
                          Missouri                    2                                                        5, 7
                                                                            Louis County


  The "Change We Need"
  Providing a high efficiency, LEED rated, environmentally sound, ADA-friendly facility which will protect our residents during
  and after a natural or terrorist disaster is an essential responsibility of government. During the heat waves of 2006 and
  2007 and the ice storms of 2007, we used schools, churches, and other make-shift shelters to house people during and
  after the storms. The availability of these sites is not consistent, however; some sites lack sufficient ADA access,
  restroom facilities and housing space, and none are tornado resistant. As we are in an area of known tornado activity as
  well as on the New Madrid Fault Zone, we are being proactive to assure we meet the needs our community. We will also
  use the facility for job training, for counseling, family strengthening, family exercise, and outher community services. We
  will use the facility to get flu shots and various health screenings to our residents in a facility near to them.



  Project Description:
  Construct two 45,000 sf LEED certified facilities which are earthquake and tornado resistant and ADA accessible. We will
  apply green techniques such as using Energy Star rated fixtures and appliances, incorporating recycled metals in conduit,
  framing, doors, p
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                     plumbing, etc, incorporating recycled g
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                                                             glass in interior and exterior windows, mirrors etc. incorporating
  recycled plastics in insulation, roofing, gym floor material, etc; gray water usage; low-impact development elements such
  as sand filters and rain gardens to prevent any run-off; lush green space and landscaping for shade and encouragement
  of runoff infiltration; rainwater will be captured and used for irrigation and gray water; solar energy will be used for air and
  water heating; solar light will be used for interior lighting; permeable reclaimed asphalt parking lots; recycled concrete will
  be used for pavement and sidewalk bases.


  Desired Outcomes:

  Vital County services will be provided in a facility with adequate space and emergency power; residents will be prtected
  durin and after a natural or terrorist disaster; County jobs will be retained; Shelter locations will be easily accessible and
  identifiable that can accommodate 1000 or more residents with kitchen, showers, restrooms, infirmary, and childcare and
  counseling space; Crisis response times will be reduced due to the availability of pre-positioned emergency supplies and
  facilities; new facilities will be available for job training, counseling, daycare, and youth recreation in non-disaster times.



  Job Creation:          Construction (Direct Only)                     Permanent                           Total

                                    133                                            12                                 145


  Environmental Impacts:
  We anticipate 20%-30% decrease in energy usage compared to a traditional facility during non-disaster periods. The
  inclusion of LID techniques and BMP's will virtually eliminate any polluted runoff from this site. We will serve as an
  example to the community that we are progressive stewards of the environment, which will assist us in educating county
  residents in green techniques they can put to use.




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  Other Economic Impacts:
  When the location of shelters are known, cost of coordination and mobilization will be reduced by 100%. The shelters will
  have cots, blankets, and other supplies stored on-site. Shelters used for recreational purposes during non-storm times will
  help invigorate neighborhoods and provide safe refuges for children. After school programs and job training can be held
  at the shelters, providing youth with job skills and part/full time work opportunities.


  Project Status:
              Design: Design/Build has not begun
         Site control: Owner
       Environmental: Unknown


  Project Schedule: (Assume funds available March 2009)
    Start Construction: Design/build - anticipate September 2009
       Interim Phasing:
   Finish Construction: March 2010


  Schedule Description:
  We will use a design-build contractor/consultant to ensure we meet construction deadlines and provide secure shelter to
  our community as soon as possible.


  Supporting Graphics:




   Shelter for thousands during a
                                                    Feeding those in need.                          A helping hand.
               disaster




                                                 A place for the community to
     Counseling those in need.
                                                    gather and enjoy when
                                                       not in a disaster!




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                               Economic Recovery Project List
                                for St. Louis County, Missouri
                                 Revision 1.2, Supplement 1


                                                                                  Estimated
Page                                                           Estimated                       Potential Federal
                         Project Title*                                           Direct Job
 No.                                                             Cost                          Funding Source
                                                                                   Creation

                                    Strengthen Livability of Communities
       City Hall Storm Water Retention / Detention                                             FEMA, HUD, EPA,
371                                                              $1,500,000              10
       Facility - City of Black Jack                                                           USFW, DOI
       Harold Evangelista Park Revitalization and
373                                                              $2,850,000              37    DOI, USFW, DOEd
       Improvements - City of Black Jack
       Joyce E. Hoffman Children's Nature Park
375                                                              $1,250,000              30    DOI, USFW, DOEd
       Development - City of Black Jack

                                             TOTALS:                 $5,600,000          77


       * Alphabetical listing - not by order of need or preference



                                                  DHHS -     Dept. of Health and Human
                                                    DOC -    Dept. of Commerce
                                                   DOEd -    Dept. of Education
                                                    DOE -    Dept. of Energy
                                                     DOI -   Department of the Interior
                                                    DOL -    Dept. of Labor
                                                    DOJ -    Dept. of Justice
                                                    DHS -    Dept. of Homeland Security
                                                  FEMA -     Federal Emergency Management Agency
                                                  FHWA -     Federal Highway Administration
                                                    FTA -    Federal Transit Administration
                                                    HUD -    Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
                                                  USFW -     US Fish and Wildlife
                                                  USTDA -    US Trade and Development Agency




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                                           Saint Louis County, Missouri

  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  City Hall Storm Water Retention / Detention Facility - City of Black
                                                                                            $1,500,000
  Jack


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                          Missouri                    1                        Black Jack                        4


  The "Change We Need"
  This Public Works project will provide for the detention and a controlled retention of the storm water runoff at the City of
  Back Jack Government facility. The project has been professionally designed and has already had an initial review and
  has received preliminary approval from MSD.


  Project Description:
  The project will provide for the construction of a retention and detention facility at City Government facility in an ascetically
  pleasing lake like environment, The design also calls for a walking trail in a park like setting, along the perimeter of the
  detention basin with appropriate landscaping, consisting of trees, shrubs and plants.


  Desired Outcomes:
  The project will provide for enhance storm water control from the run off from a St. Louis County maintained road as well
  as from the City Government facility along Old Jamestown Road.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total

                                     10                                             0                                  10

                    *For roads, take 30% of total and divide by $75,000; for buildings take 50% of total and divide by $75,000


  Environmental Impacts:
  The project will minimize the localized flooding caused by the heavy run-off during local rain events. More greenery will be
  provided with defined landscaped areas in a park like setting for the enjoyment of the visitors to City Hall. In addition,
  specific wild sanctuary areas will be provided for the use of local wild birds and animals.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will create jobs in various areas including design, engineering, and landscape/nursery businesses.


  Project Status:
               Design: The semi-final design has been completed by CDG, Consulting Engineers
               R-O-W: The project has received certain reviews and preliminary approval from MSD.
        Environmental: The project might still need approval from the Missouri DNR and EPA.


  Project Schedule:
   Start Construction: Late April 2009
      Interim Phasing:
  Finish Construction: August 2009




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  Schedule Description:
  Explain the innovative approach we will take to assure the schedule is met.


  Supporting Graphics:




                     South East Area                                                 Central Drainage Area




                Erosion Caused by Runoff                                        Residential Area East of City Hall




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  Project Title:                                                                     Estimated Cost
  Harold Evangelista Park Revitalization and Improvements - City of
                                                                                           $2,850,000
  Black Jack


  Location:                 State          Congressional District          Municipality / City        County Council District

                         Missouri                     1                       Black Jack                         4


  The "Change We Need"
  The revitalizations and improvements to Harold Evangelista Park will make the park safer more accessible for all
  individuals that utilize the park. By revitalizing existing facilities and adding to them along with providing programs for
  additional uses by the youth and handicapped residents of the City.


  Project Description:

  The project will include the following:
   1) Resurfacing of the parking lots and walking trail.
   2) Repair and/or replace the fitness stations along the walking trails.
   3) Repair the surface of baseball and soccer fields along with replacing the backstop screening and viewing facilities.
   4) Update and/or replacement of playground equipment at two children's playgrounds to allow for more handicapped
       accessibility.
   5) Install additional lighting to allow the use of the park at night.
   6) Develop a 5-year Summer Day Camp program for the benefit of the youth of the City.



  Desired Outcomes:
  Provide a safe, local recreational opportunity for the residents of the area to utilize for them and their families. A quality
  local park will enhance the quality of life for the residents of the area.


  Job Creation:          Construction                                    Permanent                          Total
                                                                           15 Summer Jobs
                                    22                                                                                37
                                                                              for 5-Years
                    *For roads, take 30% of total and divide by $75,000; for buildings take 50% of total and divide by $75,000


  Environmental Impacts:
  The revitalization of the park will enhance the ability of residents in the are at walk and bike for necessary exercise and
  reduce the reliance on other modes of transportation. The revitalization of the baseball and soccer fields will provide
  sports opportunities for the youth of the city. It will also correct the erosion that is occurring in the fields and provide for
  enhanced control of the storm water runoff. The new summer day camp program will allow youth in the area to participate
  in a local summer program while providing part time summer employment for local residents.


  Other Economic Impacts:
  All work in the park will be contracted out using local labor and materials. The variety of outdoor recreational activities will
  encourage local families to participate in local activities.


  Project Status:
               Design: Some preliminary design work has been completed
               R-O-W: Most of the revitalization work will require a bidding process the replacement projects.
        Environmental: The design and layout of the park facilities are detailed in the Park Master Plan




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  Project Schedule:
   Start Construction: May 2009
      Interim Phasing: September 2009
  Finish Construction: November 2009


  Schedule Description:
  Explain the innovative approach we will take to assure the schedule is met.


  Supporting Graphics:




                        Parking Lot                                                   Parking Lot




                 Baseball Field Backstop                                        Baseball Field Backstop




             Playground - Pea Gravel Surface




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  Project Title:                                                                  Estimated Cost
  Joyce E. Hoffman Children's Nature Park Development - City of
                                                                                         $1,250,000
  Black Jack


  Location:                State          Congressional District        Municipality / City       County Council District

                          Missouri                  1                       Black Jack                       4


  The "Change We Need"
  Develop a 24-acre children's nature park that will serve as green area where children can play and learn about nature
  from the various observation points. The area being proposed for the nature park is currently the home for many species
  of wildlife and numerous species of woody plants, grasses and bushes


  Project Description:
  The City would like to complete development on a children's park that combines the playground aspects of a regular park
  along with areas of relatively undisturbed parkland kept in a natural state. This will provide the opportunity for children
  who use the park to gain a better understanding of the trees and wildlife that inhabit the area along with providing a
  outdoor experience for them.


  Desired Outcomes:
  It is the City's desire to develop a nature park that will provide for passive play activities and present educational
  opportunities while preserving as much of th green space as possible. Our major concern is to maintain th natural
          t iti     hil         i          h f the                        ibl O        j            i t     i t i the t l
  characteristics of the park.


  Job Creation:         Construction                                  Permanent                          Total

                                     30                                          0                                30


  Environmental Impacts:

  The park will maintain green areas for the enjoyment of the users of the park while providing food and cover for the
  numerous wildlife that inhabit the area. It also will maintain the numerous species of wooded plants, grasses and bushes.



  Other Economic Impacts:
  The project will help stimulate economic growth by the engineering and management costs, and the labor and materials
  needed to complete the project.


  Project Status:
              Design: Preliminary design completed by CDG Engineers
              R-O-W:
       Environmental: Permits will probably be required from MSA and DNR


  Project Schedule:
   Start Construction: June 2009
      Interim Phasing: September 2009
  Finish Construction: August 2010




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  Schedule Description:
  The development schedule will be maintained by utilizing our engineering firm to track and report on the current status of
  each phase of the project and make any necessary adjustments to insure the project is completed on-time.


  Supporting Graphics:




                                           Joyce E. Hoffman Children's Park Design




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