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#2 Attend and Testify at the Evening Public Hearing in support of Board Bill 93 for a Public Vote in Airport Privatization.
6:30 pm Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
St. Louis Board of Aldermen
Transportation & Commerce Committee
Kennedy Hearing Room (Room 208), City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public
City Online Calendar Notice
#3 Email, Call, or Send a snail mail Letter to Members of the BOA Transportation Committee in support of Board Bill 93, particularly if your Alderman serves on the Committee or you know a member of the Committee personally. Members include: 19th Ward Alderwoman Marlene E Davis, Chair; 25th Ward Alderman Shane Cohn, Vice-Chair; 2nd Ward Alderwoman Lisa Middlebrook; 4th Ward Alderman Sam Moore; 14th Ward Alderwoman Carol Howard; 21st Ward Alderman John Collins-Muhammad; 23rd Ward Alderman Joseph Vaccaro. Board President Lewis Reed is a voting member of all committees. Contact Information.
#5 Sign your name to the St. Louis Not For Sale Initiative Petition for a Public Vote on Airport Privatization. Read the Prop V Petition here. If the Board of Aldermen won’t put the issue on the ballot, The People will.
#6 Collect signatures from your neighbors, friends, and family for the St. Louis Not For Sale Petition for a Public Vote on Airport Privatization.
#7 Email, Call, or Send a snail mail Letter to members of the Board of Estimate & Apportionment opposing Airport Privatization.
#8 Share information on how people can Help Stop Airport Privatization on your Facebook account and on Nextdoor and keep up with Privatization News by checking in regularly at Lambert Airport Privatization News/Commentary Feed.
#9 DO NOT Answer the Grow Missouri (Rex Sinquefield) Privatization Consultants Door to Door Survey of 100,000 St. Louis City homes. We don’t really know what they are doing with this information. It could be they are data mining to target voters, not only for a vote on Airport Privatization but also other ballot issues on Sinquefield’s Agenda.
#10 DO NOT Submit your Comments on Airport Privatization to the Grow Missouri (Rex Sinquefield) Privatization Consultants. This flyer is being used by the Consultants in their citywide canvass. It says “Please Give Us Your Take On This” at http://www.fly314.com/contact/. But, like the Survey, we don’t really know what they are doing with this information. It could be they are data mining to target voters, not only for a vote on Airport Privatization but also other ballot issues on Sinquefield’s Agenda.
4 pm Monday, September 24, 2018
St. Louis City Preservation Board
Room 2000, 1520 Market, City Hall West
Open to the Public
Comments may be submitted up to an hour before each Board meeting and will be presented to the Board and entered in the meeting record. Address comments to: Adona Buford, Preservation Board Secretary, at email@example.com
Agenda With Details/Drawings/History of Structures
In Lafayette Square, 6th Ward
Item A: 1217 Missouri – Construct 2-Story rear addition – Staff recommends approval
Item B: 1108 Dolman – Construct 2 semi-detached single-family townhouses – Staff recommends approval
In McKinley Hts, 7th Ward
Item D: 2108 Ann – Replace grass lawn with artificial turd – Staff recommends withholding approval
In Soulard, 7th Ward Item
C: 2117 S 13th – Construct Driveway and Parking Pad – Staff recommends approval
Item G: 2116 S 11th – Appeal of Director’s Denial, retain windows and siding installed without permit – Staff recommends upholding denial
RUMMAGE SALE this Saturday @ Bohemian Hill’s Historic St. John Nepomuk Church, 1625 S 11th Street.
8 am to 10 am Parishioners & Local Businesses
10 am to 3 pm General Admission
Furniture & Treasures from the Old School and Rectory.
Enter thru back of building on Julia Street.
Parking available on Julia Street lot.
314-231-0141 for more information
Fun Fact: What we think of as Soulard was, in part, the Czech Community of Bohemian Hill which included Lafayette to Russell and 7th to 18th. Soulard was Russell (except St. Joseph’s block, which had previously been Ursuline Convent) to Brewery, 7th to Riverfront (now Kosciusko industrial tract), and Soulard Market to Chouteau.
This is going about as well as the Airport Privatization Consultant Selection process.
At 11:57 am Today/Monday, the City posted an online Notice/Agenda for a 3:30 pm Today Meeting for the Selection Committee for RFQ (Request For Quotation/bid) for Consultant for City of St. Louis Economic Development Strategy.
That’s a 3 hour, 27 Minute Online Notice for a meeting. State Law requires 24 hours public notice. By Mayor Krewson’s Executive Order, these notices must be posted Online to City website at least 24 hours in advance.
At 12:07 pm Today, the City posted an online Notice/Agenda for a 9 am Tuesday/Tomorrow Meeting of the same Selection Committee. That’s a 21 hours, 7 minutes notice, not the required 24 hours.
The meeting will be held at SLDC Conference Room B, 2nd Floor, 1520 Market, City Hall West.
9 am Monday, September 17th, 2018
St. Louis City Capital Committee
Room 311, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public
The City Capital Committee is established by ordinance and includes…
1) Budget Director (who chairs)
2) Community Development Agency Director
3) President, Board of Public Service
4) President, Board of Aldermen (or designee)
5) One Alderman appointed by Board President (16th Ward Alderman Tom Oldenburg)
6) Board of Aldermen Ways & Means Chair or designee (26th Ward Alderman Frank Williamson)
7) Comptroller (or designee)
8) One management staffer @ Comptroller Office
9) Mayor (or designee)
The City has no webpage for this committee, no Meeting Minutes posted online.
This Committee continues to meet and act in violation of City Ordinance requiring input from Citizens Capital Improvements Advisory Committee with members from each ward. Committeewoman Ceselski wrote about this issue earlier this year.
Volunteer signature gatherers for St. Louis Not For Sale Prop V Petition for a Public Vote on Airport Privatization will be this weekend at…
10:30 am to Noon Today at Soulard Market. Voter Registration Applications also available. Look for people with clipboards.
11 am till ? Today @ Fiesta Patrias on Cherokee
10 am to 1 pm Sunday @ Nadine’s, 1931 S 12th. Ask for Marie. She’ll also have Voter Registration Applications.
You can read the Prop V Petition for a Public Vote on Airport Privatization here
The Airport Privatization News & Commentary Feed has been updated with news stories this week from St. Louis Public Radio, KMOX Radio, and Riverfront Times
6:30-9 pm Monday, September 24, 2018
Drinking Liberally St. Louis Chapter
Nadine’s on the Patio, 1931 S 12th
♿Accessible: Patio Yes. Inside No.
Public Transit: #8 Bates-Morganford, #10 Gravois-Lindell (Gravois is one block west), #20 South Broadway
Host: Marie Ceselski
Seats Limited. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Speaker: State Auditor Nicole Galloway
This is a committee of all the Democratic Party ward/township committeemen and committeewomen in St. Louis City and St. Louis County with precincts within the 1st Congressional District. The primary function of this committee is to nominate a candidate for special election in the event of a vacancy in the 1st Congressional seat. However, in 2020, the officers will also run Democratic National Convention Delegate Selection at the 1st Congressional District level.
Agenda: This is the statutory Reorganization Meeting held every two years. Election of 2018-2020 Officers will include Chair and Vice-Chair from among Committee Members who live withing the District (one male, one female) and a Secretary and Treasurer from within the District (one male, one female) who may or may not be Committee Members.
It is assumed that Congressmen Lacy Clay’s supporters will run a slate of candidates for the officer positions.
Weighted voting may be used: one vote for each two thousand (2,000) votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Democratic candidate for Governor in the last Gubernatorial election in the Ward or Township within the Congressional District. Every member gets at least one vote.
1:30 pm Sunday, September 30, 2018
7th Ward School Board Candidate Forum
Sponsored by 7th Ward Independent Democrats and 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman Marie Ceselski
Moderator: Andy Karandzieff, owner of Crown Candy Kitchen and former Republican mayoral candidate
Time Lord: TBA
Format: Questions from Candidate Survey will be drawn. Moderator and Time Lord may also ask questions
Attendance Prizes will be drawn