VIDEO: Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee Meeting

Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee Meeting
Aldermanic Committee Meeting
Streets, Traffic and Refuse
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The Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee will meet to review and discuss the following:
Board Bills
Board Bill Number 10
Introduced by Alderwoman Carol Howard
The proposed ordinance would repeal City of St. Louis Ordinance 70973, which established the residential parking district 5347 Nottingham Parking District, and enact a new ordinance in order to revise the name of the parking district to “5347-5353 Nottingham Parking District”, and add to the district the area along the northern property line of 5347-5353 Nottingham Avenue. Collapse

Board Bill Number 13
Introduced by Alderman Jeffrey L Boyd
This Board Bill is recommended by the Parking Commission and the Board of Estimate and Apportionment for the transfer of the sum of five-million dollars ($5,000,000) from the Parking Meter Fund to the General Reserve Fund of the City of St. Louis to help offset expenditures from the General Reserve Fund necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the extraordinary costs incurred by the City in its efforts to protect the health and wellbeing of the public. It contains an emergency clause. Collapse

This video is the result of a law passed in 2016 by 21st Ward Alderman Antonio French. The historic “Transparency in Government Law” requires all public meetings of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen; the Board of Estimate & Apportionment; the Board of Public Service; and the Preservation Board be recorded and made available on an official City of St. Louis YouTube channel.


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