This meeting does not have the Missouri Sunshine Law required 24 Hours Meeting Notice on agency’s website.* It is a 1/2 hour shy of the 24 Hours. However, the “accessibility” portion of the Notice says you should contact them 2 Days prior for accommodations. How would, for example, someone who is deaf, request someone to sign the meeting 2 Days in advance for a meeting publicized less than 1 Day in advance?
8 am Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Clean Energy Development Board
Special Teleconference Board Meeting
SLDC Board Room, 2nd Floor
1520 Market Street, Suite 2000, City Hall West
Open to the Public. It’s a meeting by phone. Of course it is.
City Online Calendar Notice/Agenda*
#2 Resolution authorizing temporary disconnection or stoppage of the Downtown Steam Distribution System for the purpose of installing qualifying improvements under the PACE Act. Could be about the Steam System heating up manholes to over 200 degrees. A kid got burned at Kiener Plaza. That’s why there are barricades around manholes on sidewalks Downtown.
#3 Resolution approving a project for Ashley Energy. There is no information available online for the project. Of course there isn’t.
#4 Resolution to issue special assessment bonds to fund the Ashley Energy project. Ashley Energy is the company that runs the Steam System. Last year, the City bought out Trigen/Veolia and then cut a deal with Ashley.
This Steam System is leaking customers and City Hall has itself to blame for providing developers with incentives to put in their own heating systems. Now the City wants to require Downtown developers to use the System as a condition of incentives.
This session’s legislation to require developments to use the Steam System in order to get incentives is Board Bill 24 by 7th Ward Alderman Jack Coatar.