VIDEO: Public Safety Committee Meeting October 20, 2020

Public Safety Committee Meeting October 20, 2020
Aldermanic Committee Meeting
Public Safety

Admission: Free.

Overview:

To slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus the Board of Aldermen are holding regular meetings by electronic Webinar. Each meeting will have an electronic link and phone number that can be used to view and/or listen to a meeting. Each meeting will also have a Meeting ID Number that can be used if requested while you are accessing the meeting.

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Public Hearing
The Committee will take Public Comment on the report given by Mr. Dale Glass, the City’s Commissioner of Corrections, pursuant to Ord. 71217 held Thursday, October 1, 2020.

This report relates to the City’s correctional facilities, operations and programming. This includes the closing of the Workhouse (MSI). Please see the below instructions on how to register to speak to the committee. This meeting may be viewed at the link below:

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Public Hearing Procedures:
Those interested in making a comment about the Report to the Public Safety Committee from Mr. Dale Glass, the Commissioner of Corrections, should send an email expressing their interest to speak as well as their name, street address, email contact address and a note that they wish to speak about report from Commissioner Glass to the Board of Aldermen Clerk – Mr. Terry Kennedy at: kennedyt@stlouis-mo.gov.

Persons may also call 314 589-6845 and leave a message with the above information. Those who do not have an email address or wish to call into the meeting by phone to speak, should call the phone number above and express their interest to speak as well as leave their name, address, phone number and that they wish to speak about the report listed above.

Those responding by email will receive an email confirmation and then later a link that will allow them to join the meeting as a speaker. Procedures will also be sent to you. Those calling in will receive a return phone call with this information.

All requests to speak must be made by 8am Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Speakers will be called to speak in accordance to the Rules of the Board of Aldermen which can be found on the Board of Aldermen Website. The link is below:

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The committee will meet to review and discuss the following:
Discussion
Item Number 1

The Committee will have a discussion with City Budget Director, Paul Payne, about the fiscal impact of closing the Workhouse.

Item Number 2

Public comment will be taken on the report of Commissioner of Corrections, Mr. Dale Glass, on his recent update to the Public Safety Committee pursuant to Ord. 71217 that relates to the City’s correctional facilities and the Workhouse in particular.

Board Bills
Board Bill Number 141
Introduced by Alderman Jack Coatar

Adopted and approved pursuant to § 70.220.1 RSMo, the Board Bill authorizes the Director of the Department of Public Safety and the Police Commissioner, on behalf of the City of St. Louis, to make and enter into an agreement with the United States Department of the Interior, Nat… Read more

Event published: Oct 14, 2020 1:19 PM
Last updated: Oct 16, 2020 12:21 PM

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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.

VIDEO: Veterans Advantage Urgent Care Grand Opening

Veterans Advantage Urgent Care Grand Opening

Veterans Advantage Urgent Care Grand Opening on Oct. 10, 2020. It’s the first of its kind in the country. It will provide an alternative for veterans to get critical health care and testing.:
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VIDEO: Let’s Talk: Episode 8 – Collaborations Matter

Let’s Talk: Episode 8 – Collaborations Matter

Today, Jade, Amber and Amy welcome Connection Broker, Jami Ballentine Dolby as the guest contributor for the show. On this episode they’re going deep into if what you do off the clock in your personal time matters to your profession. An incident an area St. Louis restaurant leaves a local car dealership looking to repair the image of the dealership. So should what you do in your personal time effect your career? Weigh in with the ladies and Let’s Talk!!

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VIDEO: SistaKeeper’s Wellness Mobile

SistaKeeper’s Wellness Mobile

Tracie Berry-McGhee reveals the SistaKeeper’s Wellness Mobile servicing the St. Louis community. This unique mobile brings the #iDefineMe movement to life by putting it on four wheels! Now young ladies can see Tracie and the Wellness Mobile anywhere in the area and get a boost for their self-esteem, talk about any issues they’re having or promote their flourishing businesses! Check out this video and get an inside look at the new Wellness Mobile!

#SistaKeeper #iDefineMe #WellnessMobile #YouthEntrepreneur #Entrepreneur #YoungEntrepreneur

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VIDEO: Takin’ It to the Streets: Muting Microphones

Takin’ It to the Streets: Muting Microphones

The first 2020 Presidential Debate was unbearable for some as candidates spoke over each other to get their point across. The Commission on Presidential Debates announced in the final debate, each candidate will have their microphones muted after their two minutes to speak is over. Andy went to the grounds of the Gateway Arch to find out what some thought about this new rule and if they think the debate will run smoother this time. Find out what some had to say!

#TakinItToTheStreets #PresidentialDebate #2020PresidentialElection #2020Election #CommissionOnPresidentialDebates #Microphones #Mute #StLouisOpinions #StLouisReactions #Opinions #Reactions

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VIDEO: Public Employees Committee – October 20, 2020

Public Employees Committee – October 20, 2020
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Resolution Number 57
Introduced by President Lewis E Reed, Alderwoman Lisa Middlebrook, Alderman Brandon Bosley, Alderwoman Dwinderlin Evans, Alderwoman Tammika Hubbard, Alderman Jack Coatar, Alderman Joseph Vollmer, Alderwoman Sarah Martin, Alderwoman Vicky Grass, Alderwoman Beth Murphy, Alderman Tom Oldenburg, Alderman Jesse Todd, Alderwoman Marlene E Davis, Alderman John Collins-Muhammad, Alderman Joseph Vaccaro, Alderman Bret Narayan, Alderwoman Shameem C Hubbard, Alderwoman Pam Boyd

The Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Louis in accordance with Article XVIII of the City Charter, classified service plan, and related to Article XVIII of the City Charter, Section 20, request the Director of Personnel establish a plan to allow City employees an option to request a leave of absence of not more than eight (8) hours to serve as a poll worker for the November 3, 2020, General Election.

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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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“Ask Dr. Echols” answers COVID-19 questions viewers pose to Dr. Fredrick Echols. This week viewers questions were focused around the upcoming general election and COVID safety at the polls. These are the questions Dr. Echols answered:

Brenda from 53106 asked, “If I am required to be in isolation due to testing positive for COVID-19, can I still vote?”

Dominque from 63118 asked, “I’m concerned that the city’s face covering mandate will not be enforced at my polling place. Will masks be required in polling places?”

Linda from 63113 asked, “With the upcoming election being a presidential election, I bet there will be long lines at the polls. What recommendations does the Department of Health have to ensure people are safe under such circumstances.”

To have your COVID-19 questions answered, write an email to health@stlouis-mo.gov, or send a letter to:

City of St. Louis Department of Health
“Ask Dr. Echols”
1520 Market Street Room 4051
St. Louis, MO 63103

The City of St. Louis Department of health thanks you for your continued vigilance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

#AskDrEchols #CityOfStLouisDepartmentOfHealth #COVID19 #StLouisHealthDepartment #HealthDepartment #COVID #Coronavirus #Pandemic #DrFredrickEchols #DrEchols #COVIDQuestions #COVIDAnswers #COVID19Questions #COVID19Answers #Election #ElectionSafety #2020Election #COVIDSafety #Voting #Voters #Polls #ElectionPolls #StLouisMissouri

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VIDEO: Mayor Krewson’s COVID-19 Update: October 19, 2020

Mayor Krewson’s COVID-19 Update: October 19, 2020
Mayor Krewson goes live on Facebook for another edition of #LiveWithLyda to give residents an update about COVID-19 in the region. Today she is joined by Acting Director for the Department of Health, Dr. Fredrick Echols.

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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.

VIDEO: Public Employees Committee (MeetingID 880 1512 4841)

Public Employees Committee (MeetingID 880 1512 4841)

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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