VIDEO: COVID 19 Update – June 5, 2020

COVID 19 Update – June 5, 2020
Hello, St. Louis and happy Friday! I am live at City Hall with an update for the community and to answer your questions, as always. Please join the conversation!

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VIDEO: White Coats for Black Lives

White Coats for Black Lives

Healthcare workers and others in St. Louis rallied together to let their voices be heard. They came together in solidarity to honor George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others. The peaceful protestors and healthcare workers lined the sidewalks along Kingshighway on Friday, June 5, 2020.

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VIDEO: Board of Aldermen June 5, 2020

Board of Aldermen June 5, 2020
Agenda for Week of June 01, 2020
Week 7, Session 2020-2021

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Board bills for this meeting
Board Bill Sponsors
42
Vacant Building Board-up Jesse Todd
43
Vacation of Leffingwell northwardly Brandon Bosley
44
Regulating and Controlling Air Pollution Bret Narayan
45
ity Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account ONE Joseph Vollmer
46
City Public Transit Sales Tax Trust Fund – Account TWO Joseph Vollmer
47
Annual Appropriation of the Transportation Sales Tax Joseph Vollmer
48
Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for the 310 Debaliviere Ave Shameem Clark Hubbard
49
CARES Act Funding Joseph Vollmer
50
Airport Fund Transfer Realted to COVID-19 Marlene E Davis
51
Designating the Parking Commissioner as chairperson of the Parking Commission Jeffrey L Boyd
52
Supplemental Appropriation to the City of St. Louis Annual Operating Plan for Fiscal Year 2019 2020 Lewis E Reed
53
Forest Park Community Improvement District Heather Navarro
54
Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for 3306 Washington Marlene E Davis
55
Iron Hill Community Improvement District Joseph D. Roddy
56
Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for 4635 and 4627 Ridgewood Carol Howard
57
Soccer Stadium Community Improvement District Christine Ingrassia
58
Amending 14-C of Article VIII of the City of St. Louis Charter Jeffrey L Boyd
59
Chapter 99 Redevelopment Plan for 3919 and 3920 Minnesota Cara Spencer
60
Recorder of Deeds Office Jeffrey L Boyd
Resolutions
Resolutions for this meeting
Resolution
14
Termination of preliminary application for the includsion of St. Louis International Airport in the FAA Aiport Privatization Pilot Program
15
National Gun Violence Awareness Day
16
Senior Fund

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Police: Persons of Interest in the Murder of Ret. Capt. David Dorn

Persons of Interest in the Murder of Ret. Capt. David Dorn

These individuals are persons of interest in the fatal shooting of Retired Captain David Dorn that occurred at Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry (4123 Dr. Martin Luther King) on June 2nd, 2020.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Homicide Division directly at 314-444-5371, or anyone with a tip who wants to remain anonymous and is interested in a reward can contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477).

CrimeStoppers is offering a reward of UP TO $45,000.00 for tip information that leads the police to arrest the subject(s) responsible.

VIDEO: Board of Aldermen – June 5, 2020

Board of Aldermen – June 5, 2020
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Police: Looting/Burglary Incident on 6/2/20

Looting/Burglary Incident on 6/2/20

Detectives need assistance locating the subjects in the attached videos relative to a looting/burglary incident on 6/2/20 at the Metro PCS located at 4142 S. Grand. Below is a synopsis of the incident.

On 6/2/20 at 4:50 a.m., unknown subjects broke the glass doors and windows of the Metro PCS located at 4142 S. Grand. Various store items were taken before the subjects fled the business. Anyone with information is urged to contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477).

VIDEO: Streets, Traffic, and Refuse Committee, June 4, 2020

Streets, Traffic, and Refuse Committee, June 4, 2020
Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee Meeting
06/04/20, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Notice: Because of the Global Pandemic declared on March 11, 2020, and subsequent Federal, State and Local Public Health Orders, for the protection of the public and in keeping with CDC guidelines, meetings will be restricted to no more than 10 persons maintaining a distance of 6 feet apart. Many meetings will be held via video/teleconference in lieu of in-person meetings. Please review the meeting notice closely for instructions on where/how to join the meeting.

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Streets, Traffic and Refuse

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The Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee will meet to review and discuss the following:
Discussion
The Director of Streets will give a presentation on the City Speed Hump Policy.

Board Bills
Board Bill Number 23
Introduced by Alderman Jeffrey L Boyd

This Board Bill is recommended by the Parking Commission for making the appropriation for payment of the operating expenses, capital equipment and improvement expenses, including lease purchase agreements involving Parking Division assets, and debt service expenses of the Parkin… Read more

Board Bill Number 24
Introduced by Alderwoman Sharon Tyus, Alderman Jesse Todd, Alderman Joseph Vaccaro

An ordinance amending Sections Two and Three of Ordinance Number 70333 related to City of St. Louis’ Traffic Calming Policy and containing an emergency clause.

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VIDEO: Transportation and Commerce Committee – June 4, 2020

Transportation and Commerce Committee – June 4, 2020
Transportation and Commerce Committee
06/04/20, 10:00 AM
The Transportation and Commerce Commitee will meet to review and discuss the following:

Board Bills

Board Bill Number 12
Introduced by Alderwoman Marlene E Davis

This Ordinance authorizes the City to enter into a First Supplemental Agreement to Airport Aid Agreement (Project No. AIR 196-113C-1) with the Missouri Highways & Transportation Commission (“Project”) which extends the original time period of the Project by six months from June 30, 2020 up to and including December 31, 2020. The original time period was August 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. This Ordinance contains an emergency clause. The required local match for the City is 10% or $55,222 for a total Project value of $572,222. The funds are used to reimburse the City up to $515,000 for direct costs incurred by the City for the marketing and promotion of Air Service at the Airport.

Board Bill Number 28
Introduced by Alderman Jack Coatar, Alderwoman Christine Ingrassia, Alderman Dan Guenther, Alderwoman Carol Howard, Alderwoman Marlene E Davis

Overall Purpose/Reasons for the Board Bill The City of St. Louis Port Authority port district boundaries currently include approximately 6,000 acres, primarily along the City’s 19-mile riverfront. Every other port district in Missouri is coterminous with the boundaries of the city or county (or counties) that created the port district. Examples include Kansas City, St. Louis County and Jefferson County. Expanding the boundaries of the City of St. Louis Port Authority as proposed by Board Bill Number 28 will allow the City of St. Louis Port Authority to qualify for additional federal and state grant programs and to participate in development and infrastructure projects throughout the expanded boundaries, as described below. What the Board Bill Will Do Expand the boundaries of the City of St. Louis Port Authority as shown on the map attached as Exhibit A to Board Bill Number 28. The Impact of the Board Bill to the Community Over the last 10 years, the City of St. Louis Port Authority has received approximately $1 million from the Port Security Grant Program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for video surveillance along the riverfront and to supplement technology at the Real Time Crime Center. A larger port district will enable the Port Authority to qualify for additional federal and state grant programs, including but not limited to the Port Security Grant Program, for City-wide safety and security enhancements and other eligible purposes. In 2016, the Missouri General Assembly authorized port authorities to create Advanced Industrial Manufacturing (AIM) zones. Within an AIM zone, a port authority may receive one-half of State withholding taxes attributable to new jobs within the zone. A larger port district will enable the Port Authority to leverage these state funds for a wide range of infrastructure and other development purposes within the AIM zone. In 2010, the Missouri General Assembly authorized port authorities, with the approval of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission and the circuit court, to create Port Improvement Districts upon request of property owners within the boundaries of any proposed district. Similar to a transportation development district or a community improvement district, the qualified voters within a Port Improvement District may elect to impose a sales tax and/or a property tax to fund qualified costs within the boundaries of the Port Improvement District. A larger port district will enable the City of St. Louis Port Authority to make this job-creation program available in more parts of the City.

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VIDEO: Sumner’s Mentoring Program Suit 2 Success

Sumner’s Mentoring Program Suit 2 Success

Sumner’s Mentoring program “Suits 2 Success” helps young men through their high school years. Suits 2 Success provide them with suits, ties, shoes, and shirts while teaching them how to conduct themselves for future success.

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