Thursday Public Safety: Liquor License Transfer Bill

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

11 am Thursday, November 30, 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

Call To Action 3 pm Today/Sunday: “Shopping” @ Walmart

Sunday3 pm Today, Sunday, November 26, 2017
Walmart’s @ 201 Highlands, Manchester
Meet Inside, Blend In
Expect Us

Friday’s Protest news coverage:

11/25/2017 Kansas City Star: Missouri mall shut down as police arrest lawmaker, others at Black Friday protest

11/25/2017 St. Louis Post-DispatchBlack Friday protests at the St. Louis Galleria lead to 7 arrests

11/24/2017 Washington Post7 arrested during mall protest in suburban St. Louis

11/24/2017 ABC News: Several arrested in Black Friday mall protest in Missouri

11/24/2017 Riverfront TimesBlack Friday Protest at Galleria Leads to Seven Arrests



Last Week for Brown Bag Meal Collection

brownbag2We’re collecting for Lafayette Park United Methodist Church’s Brown Bag meal program serving homeless persons.

Needed items include…
Cans of Vienna Sausages
Packages of Tuna/Chicken & Crackers
Packages of Peanut Butter Crackers
Individual Serving Packages of Raisins

You may drop off in a bag and hang on door knob at 1911 S 11th, in back, up stairs, Apartment C.

sockdriveYou may also drop items at Lafayette Park UMC, 2300 Lafayette, phone 314-771-9214.

December-January we collect warm socks for homeless persons. You can bring to December 18th Drinking Liberally Festivus Party at Nadine’s or drop off in a bag and hang on door knob at 1911 S 11th, in back, up stairs, Apartment C.

Monday SRG Safety Committee Meeting

soulard7 pm Monday, November 27th, 2017
Soulard Restoration Group
Soulard Safety Committee
Soulard Station, 1011 S 12th
Open to the Public

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, December 11th, 2017 at Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th. Open to the Public. If you’d like on the agenda to speak at that meeting, contact at least one day in advance of meeting.

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

SSBD Boundaries

There is also group working on a Soulard Community Improvement District to be funded with a sales tax. See map for proposed boundaries



Monday Preservation Board Agenda: Four 7th Ward Items

unionpark4 pm Monday, November 27, 2017
St. Louis City Preservation Board
Room 2000, 1520 Market, City Hall West
Open to the Public

Agenda With Details/Drawings

City Online Calendar Notice

Central West End

16 Westmoreland Place, 28th Ward (Owner/Architect: Andy & Peasy Love/Mitchell Wall & Associates, Greg Garrett) – Construct 1-1/2 Story Conservatory

215 York, 28th Ward (Owner/Architect: Andy Holloran//JNS Design, Tobias Strohe/Kay Galligan) – Demolish 2-Story Warehouse and Construct 7-Story Hotel – 11/01/2017 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: AC Hotel planned next to Chase in Central West End

Benton Park
3001 Missouri, 9th Ward (Owner/Architect: Dan Kammerer/Naismith Allen) – Construct 1- 1/2-Story Single Family House with Attached Garage on vacant parcel (site has no alley access)

Compton Hill
1930 Virginia, 6th Ward (Owner/Architect: Sharon E. Behlmann c/o Sidney Holding Group LLC/Gateway Architecture, Jason Ploughm – Appeal of Denial by Director on Addendum on Brick to New Construction

Lafayette Square
1900 Lafayette, Lafayette Preparatory Academy, 7th Ward (Owner/Architect: Historic Lafayette Church LLC/Brent Crittenden) – Construct 2-Story Addition to 1-Story School + Construct 2-1/2 story building on Mississippi

McKinley Heights
2266 & 2268 Missouri @ Shenandoah, 7th Ward (Owner/Architect: Martino LLC/Bradley Peterson) –  Construct Two 2-Story Single Family Detached Houses

Skinker DeBaliviere-Catlin Tract Parkview Historic District – Revised Standards


1001-03 Russell, next to Fine Arts Building (The Island Frozen Yogurt & LaBerta & Sons Cycles) 7th Ward (Owner/Architect: 1001 Russell LLC c/o Propper Construction Services/Ebersoldt + Associates, Dustin Bopp) – Construct 3-Story Mixed-Use Building on vacant parcels. Proposal received approval in July. Developer now says brick for side elevation makes project financially unfeasible. This site was a part of Union Park in the 19th Century, two city blocks along Russell. 11/26/2017 NextSTL More Mixed-Use Coming to Soulard

816 Allen, Saints Peter & Paul Hall/Franklin Room, 7th Ward,  (Archbishop of St. Louis, Ron Hampp/Dalco Industries) – Appeal of Director’s Denial on Windows

Tuesday Building Plan Review for 1001 Russell Project

unionpark6 pm Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Building Plan Review for 1001 Russell
Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th
Open to the Public

Developers will be on hand to answer questions. The project is set for review by Preservation Board at its November 27th Meeting.

The proposal is for a street level 3 story structure. 1st level consists of about 7000 square feet of retail and the 2nd and 3rd floors will be 16 apartments.

This is the vacant lot east of Fine Art Building housing The Island Frozen Yogurt and LaBerta Cycle. In the 19th Century all of the two City Block blocks, on the northside of Russell between today’s 9th Street and Menard, were a part of Union Park