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CANCELLED: Another Hearing On Liquor License Deregulation

saloonMake your voice heard. Contact your Alderman and Board President Lewis Reed. Contact Info at end of post.

9 am Thursday, November 2nd, 2017
St. Louis City Board of Aldermen
Ways & Means Committee
Leisure Room (#230), City Hall, 1200 Market

City Online Calendar Meeting Notice/Agenda

Agenda Includes Board Bill 97 by 23rd Ward Alderman Joe Vaccaro on Transfer of Liquor License

“Section 2. The transfer of a liquor license between two businesses or persons shall not require a petition or application submitted to the Excise Commissioner.”

Members of BOA Ways & Means Committee: 8th Ward Alderman Stephen Conway, Chair; 4th Ward Alderman Sam Moore; 13th Ward Alderwoman Beth Murphy; 14th Ward Alderwoman Carol Howard; 19th Ward Alderwoman Marlene Davis; 21st Ward Alderman John Collins-Muhammad; 23rd Ward Alderman Joe Vaccaro; 27th Ward Alderwoman Pam Boyd. Board President Lewis Reed is a voting member of all committees.

Contact Information for all Aldermen and Board President

Wednesday Permit Appeal: Fitness Center/Gym at 2000 S 11th

yoga1:30 pm Wednesday, November 1st, 2017
St. Louis City Board of Adjustment
Room 208, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public
Agenda

Agenda includes APPEAL #20101 – Iron Goat/Jon F. Tolerico Appealing Building Commissioner denial of an occupancy permit to operate a fitness center/gym and yoga studio at 2000 S. 11th @ Allen Street (Zone D: Multi Family Dwelling District)
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Historical Note: This is an 1885 constructed building that was a grocery owned by Matthias Backer in 1890.

Monday Soulard Safety Committee Meeting

soulard7 pm Monday, October 30th, 2017
Soulard Restoration Group
Soulard Safety Committee
Soulard Station, 1011 S 12th
Open to the Public

Agenda:
1. Crime Stats
2. Incidents of Concern
3. Court Advocacy Efforts
4. SRG Neighborhood Public Security Camera Status Update
5. SSBD Items

SRG Safety Committee IS NOT Soulard Special Business District, the special taxing district created in 1994 and funded by a property tax for extra security for Soulard. See map for boundaries.

Next SSBD Meeting should be 6 pm Monday, November 13th, 2017 at Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th. Open to the Public. If you’d like on the agenda to speak at that meeting, contact chairman@soulard-sbd.org at least one day in advance of meeting.

The SSBD does not publish agendas or meeting minutes on its website.

SSBD Boundaries
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There is also group working on a Soulard Community Improvement District to be funded with a sales tax. See map for proposed boundaries
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Tuesday Public Safety: Liquor License Transfer Bill

saloon3Make your voice heard. Contact your Alderman and Board President Lewis Reed. Contact Info at end of post.

10 am Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
St. Louis City Board of Aldermen
Public Safety Committee
Kennedy Hearing Room (#208)
City Hall, 1200 Market

City Online Calendar Meeting Notice/Agenda

Agenda Includes Board Bill 97 by 23rd Ward Alderman Joe Vaccaro on Transfer of Liquor License.

“Section 2. The transfer of a liquor license between two businesses or persons shall not require a petition or application submitted to the Excise Commissioner.”

Members of BOA Public Safety Committee: 18th Ward Alderman Terry Kennedy, Chair; 5th Ward Alderwoman Tammika Hubbard; 7th Ward Alderman Jack Coatar;12th Ward Alderman Larry Arnowitz; 20th Ward Alderwoman Cara Spencer; 21st Ward Alderman John Collins-Muhammad; 22nd Ward Alderman Jeffrey Boyd; 23rd Ward Alderman Joe Vaccaro; 25th Ward Alderman Shane Cohn; 27th Ward Alderwoman Pam Boyd. Board President Lewis Reed is a voting member of all committees.

Contact Information for all Aldermen and Board President

Tuesday Night: Citizens Advisory Commission on New Police Chief

MO_-_St._Louis_Police6-8 pm Tuesday, October 24th, 2017
Mayor’s Citizens Advisory Commission on New Police Chief
O’Fallon Park YMCA 4343 West Florissant
Open to the Public

City Online Calendar Notice

The committee will go into executive session to discuss the logistics of the upcoming interviews for a police commissioner. There will be time set aside during the meeting for public comment.

They will review interview questions for Police Chief candidates suggested by the IACP, the firm selected to help recruit a new Police Chief.

Make your voice heard on what topics you want addressed in the interview process.

Newly named Public Safety Director Judge Jimmie Edwards will also be present at this meeting.

This is one of the last in-person opportunities the general public will have to provide input on the selection of the New Police Chief.