VIDEO: Viola Missouri Groundbreaking Ceremony

Viola Missouri Groundbreaking Ceremony

Viola Missouri Groundbreaking Ceremony was on Nov. 12, 2020. The Viola Dispensary will serve patients qualified for medical cannabis. Al Harrington is the Founder of Viola Missouri and joins NBA star Larry Hughes, who is Co-Owner of the Viola Missouri Dispensary. There will be a second location located at 3420 Iowa Ave. :
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VIDEO: PSA World AIDS Day

PSA World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is December 1 and the Department of Health and Clergy Advisory Board encourages everyone to have a safe sexual relationship and to be sure to get tested.

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VIDEO: Ask Dr. Echols, Episode 16: New Restrictions

Ask Dr. Echols, Episode 16: New Restrictions

On this latest segment of “Ask Dr. Echols”, City of St. Louis’ Department of Health, Acting Director, Dr. Fredrick Echols discusses the new restrictions which have been put into place right before the Thanksgiving holiday for residents in the city of St. Louis. Not only are residents required to wear their masks in public places, there must not be a gathering of 10 or more people at private gatherings. Unfortunately, there has been a spike in COVID-19 numbers and in order for the holiday not to be a superspreader, the gatherings have to be limited. Find out the answers to some residents’ questions.

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VIDEO: Worlds AIDS Day

Worlds AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is December 1 and Jade Harrell has an in-depth conversation with Acting Director of Health for the City of St. Louis, Dr. Fredrick Echols along with members of the Clergy Advisory Board, Dr. Kanika Turner and Rev. Witherspoon about the importance of this day. They discuss how HIV/AIDS impacts the African American community and the resources people can find for testing and more.

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VIDEO: City Corner: N2Existence / Diamond Divas Empowerment Foundation

City Corner: N2Existence / Diamond Divas Empowerment Foundation

On this episode Robin Boyce discusses the work artist Aaron Fowler is exhibiting at The Luminary called N2Existence. We will also look at domestic violence with the Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation and how they are raising $20,000 by December to help place women in homes to get them out of harms way.

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VIDEO: Let’s Talk: Episode 13 – Pandemic Impact

Let’s Talk: Episode 13 – Pandemic Impact

On this episode of “Let’s Talk” the ladies are discussing how the pandemic is making an impact on working women. Many women are having to wear multiple hats during this time and how are they dealing with the stress of it all. They’re also discussing the different jobs they’ve had over the years. So…Let’s Talk!

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VIDEO: Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee (MeetingID824 4998 9877)

Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee (MeetingID824 4998 9877)

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: Board of Estimate and Apportionment November 24, 2020

Board of Estimate and Apportionment November 24, 2020
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VIDEO: Mayor Krewson Announces New Tiny House Community Village for Unhoused Individuals – Press Conference

Mayor Krewson Announces New Tiny House Community Village for Unhoused Individuals – Press Conference
Mayor Krewson Announces New Tiny House Community Village for Unhoused Individuals in the City of St. Louis
It’s anticipated that the new tiny house community will be able to begin welcoming its first residents by December 1, 2020

Mayor Lyda Krewson today announced that a new tiny house community will soon be popping up in the City of St. Louis in an effort to provide additional access to safe shelter and compassionate care for members of the unhoused community, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“This forward-thinking, innovative, and efficient approach to housing has been done in some other cities, but never in St. Louis. I’m proud that we continue to invest more resources than any other governmental entity in the region to address various issues associated with homelessness. This tiny house community expands our current capacity to help more people and builds on our longstanding commitment to connecting those in need to more stable housing environments,” said Mayor Lyda Krewson.

In the coming days, the City intends to enter into a new lease for a property located at 900 N. Jefferson Ave., the site of the former St. Louis RV Park. The first year of the lease, in addition to the construction of the tiny homes and other related expenses, will be covered by an investment of more than $600,000 in federal CARES Act funding that the City received this spring to address the health, humanitarian, and economic impacts of COVID-19.

“With this investment, we’ll be able to create new opportunities for temporary, transitional housing and better protect our unhoused neighbors, who remain at risk of contracting this dangerous virus. I’m grateful to my staff and the various City departments who came together collaboratively and proactively to prioritize this project and the needs of the most vulnerable among us,” added Mayor Krewson.

The new community will be made up of 50 tiny houses for adult men and women, including 40 single houses, eight doubles, and two houses that are ADA compliant. To obtain shelter here, unhoused individuals will be prescreened through the existing Homeless Missourians Information System (HMIS) and placed based upon a referral.

The City also intends to contract with an experienced local social services provider to implement on-site case management and supervision. Residents will have access to wrap-around services, showers, meals, utilities, and 24/7 security.

It’s anticipated that the new tiny house community will be able to begin welcoming its first residents by December 1. Each tiny house will have a bed, desk, chair, shelving unit, heat and air conditioning, and a charging unit for electronic devices.

Mayor Krewson will ask the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the City’s top fiscal body, to approve the proposed lease during a virtual meeting at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18.

If approved, this will mark the second tiny house village for unhoused individuals located in the City of St. Louis. The first one, announced by Mayor Krewson last month, involves a partnership with the Kansas City, Mo.-based non-profit, Veterans Community Project (VCP).

VCP is constructing 50 new tiny homes just for homeless veterans in the area of N. Grand Blvd. and Aldine Ave. north St. Louis. This village, while separate from the City’s new one, is comprised of 31 parcels of land purchased from the City’s Land Reutilization Authority (LRA) and one parcel purchased outright from the City.

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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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