Tuesday Liquor License Hearings: Doghaus, Fields Food

drinks9:00 am Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Excise Commission Hearing
Room 418, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public

City Calendar Notice/Agenda 

9:00 am Hearing
1706 Washington, Monogram Bldg, Downtown West, 19th Ward – F2F2 LLC dba Fields Food #2 – Christopher Goodson, Mgr – Full Drink/Sunday + Sidewalk Cafe – 9/18/2018 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Fields Foods expanding with new Downtown West grocery store 

10:30 am Hearing
1800 S 10th, across from Frenchtown Dog Park, Soulard, 7th Ward – Doghaus LLC dba The Doghaus  – Stephen A Walton, Mgr – Full Drink/Sunday + Summer Garden – 10/5/2018 Riverfront Times: The DogHaus, a Dog-Friendly Bar, to Open Across from Soulard Dog Park 

Monday Soulard Safety Committee Meeting

soulard-sign-outside7 pm Monday, February 25, 2019
Soulard Restoration Group
Safety Committee Meeting
Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th
Open to the Public

Agenda 
+Crime Stats
+Incidents of Concern – Discussion of new items and review of action items
+Court Advocacy Efforts – NIS statements for upcoming cases & Neighborhood Victim Support
+Neighborhood Public Security Camera Status Update
+Soulard Special Business District Items
+Next Meeting

SRG Safety Committee is not the Soulard Special Business District, special taxing district for property tax to fund extra security. Boundaries:
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SRG Safety Committee is also not the proposed Soulard Community Improvement District, a special taxing district for a sales tax to fund improvements. Proposed Boundaries:
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Monday Meeting of (Police) Civilian Oversight Board

COBOffice5 pm Monday, February 25, 2019
Room 4029, 1520 Market, City Hall West
Open to the Public
 
 
3:30 pm Closed Session
5:00 pm Open Session including…
+ Discussion & Vote on 4 Complaints
+ Letter to SLMPD regarding Force Investigation Unit Investigations
 
Last Meeting Minutes posted: September 17, 2018 

Monday Preservation Board: Fox Bros Mfg Bldg in Fox Park

foxmfgComments may be submitted up to an hour before each Board meeting and will be presented to the Board and entered in the meeting record. Email comments to Adona Buford, Preservation Board Secretary at buforda@stlouis-mo.gov

4 pm Monday, February 25, 2019
St. Louis City Preservation Board
Room 2000, 1520 Market, City Hall West
Open to the Public

Online City Calendar Notice

Agenda With Details/Drawings/History of Structures

In Fox Park Local Historic District/St. Francis de Sales National Register District, 6th Ward, 2717 Sidney @ Ohio, Fox Brothers Manufacturing Bldg. Owner: Rung Foundation. Demolition of ancillary industrial buildings + rehab of historic 1925 warehouse + construct a large one-story addition. Staff recommends approval with revisions.

In Lafayette Square Local Historic District, 7th Ward, 2320 Albion Place. Owner: Kim Baro. Appeal of Director’s Denial for non-compliant storm door installed without a permit.

Lots of Mardi Gras Fun This Weekend In Soulard

9 am Saturday
Mardi Gras Run for Your Beads
$30 Registration
Free to watch

11 am to 5 pm Saturday
Taste of Soulard
33 Restaurant & Bar Venues
Free Trolley
Tickets $25 for 6 Taste Tickets & 1 Drink Ticket
Tickets may be purchased at any of the participating venues

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8 pm to 12:30 am Saturday
Mardi Gras Banana Ball
Lemp Grand Hall
Sponsored by Banana Bike Brigade
Tickets $30
Music by Creole Stomp

11 am to 5 pm Sunday
Taste of Soulard
30 Restaurant & Bar Venues
No Trolley on Sunday
Tickets $25 for 6 Taste Tickets & 1 Drink Ticket
Tickets may be purchased at any of the participating venues

B9WnGIRCMAAI-3910 am Sunday Registration Begins
1 pm Mardi Gras Pet Parade
Registration is $10 to walk in parade with your pet/companion
Free to watch

10 am Sunday Registration Begins
1:45 pm Opening Ceremonies
2 pm Mardi Gras Wiener Dog Derby
Registration is $10
Free to watch

1-3 pm Sunday
Blessing of the Pets
Trinity Lutheran

No Activities are planned at Frenchtown Dog Park this year during Pet Parade. The gates will be locked.

Call Before 2 pm Today/Wednesday. Not Tomorrow. Today. Demand A Public Vote On Airport Privatization

E&AAirportPlease join Expect Us in a Day of Action, Today, Wednesday, February 20th.

Expect Us Facebook Event Page

Action #1: Before 2 pm Today- Call the Board of Estimate & Apportionment and demand a public vote on Lambert Airport Privatization. Any of the three E&A members can make a motion at Today’s E&A Meeting to send the issue to a public vote

☎️Call Mayor Lyda Krewson at 314-622-3201
☎️Call Comptroller Darlene Green at 314-622-4389
☎️Call BOA President Lewis Reed at 314-622-4114

Action #2: 2 pm Today- Join Expect us at Today’s E&A Meeting and show your support for a public vote on Airport Privatization.

Today. Not later. Today. Email State School Board For Local Control of Public Schools

Stop Tastoptaxationworepresentationxation Without Representation.

Please email Missouri State Board of Education and request governance of St. Louis Public Schools be returned to our elected School Board.

 
The Missouri State Board of Education meets tomorrow morning (Tuesday, February 19th). 
 
Governance of St. Louis Public Schools is on the Agenda
 
Please write to the State Board of Education at sbe@dese.mo.gov and request that they vote to approve returning governance of St. Louis Public Schools to our elected School Board.

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Wednesday Planning Commission Meeting

planmap5:30 pm Wednesday, February 6, 2019
St. Louis City Planning Commission
1520 Market, City Hall West, 2nd Floor Board Room
Open to the Public

City Website Calendar Notice/Agenda

Agenda Items in 7th Ward-

LaSalle Park: Vacation of Marion Street from 10th Street
eastwardly about 154.5 feet +/-19.5 feet to its terminus at Interstate-44

Soulard: Vacation of 13th Street from Gravois northwardly approximately 150 ft to terminus at Interstate-55

Contact Info for Electeds/represents Electeds on Planning Commission…
+22nd Ward Alderman Jeffrey Boyd
+25th Ward Alderman Shane Cohn
+Patrick Brown (Mayor’s representative)
+Mary Ries (Board President Representative)

Wednesday Airport Commission Meeting

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Make your voices heard on Rex Sinquefield’s Lambert Airport Privatization Plan.
+Contact the Mayor, Comptroller, BOA President, BOA Transportation Chair, Alderman. +Sign the STLNFS initiative petition for a Public Vote.
+Contact your State Legislators and 
Governor to support State Rep. Bruce Frank’s HB 733 for a Public Vote. 

2 pm Wednesday, February 6, 2019
St. Louis Lambert Airport Commission
Terminal 1, Lindbergh Conference Room (Ticketing Level)
10701 Lambert International Blvd
Open to the Public

City Online Calendar Meeting Notice/Agenda

Airport Commission webpage posting of Agenda

Video of 1/9/2019 Airport Commission Meeting – discussion on Airport Privatization starts at 42 Minutes.

Most recent approved Minutes- December 2018

Airport Privatization is not specifically on the Agenda. It usually occurs under Other Business.

Lambert Airport Privatization News & Commentary Feed

Post Comments on Lambert Airport Privatization (APPP) to Federal Aviation Administration here. You  may view Comments here.

The St. Louis Not For Sale Prop V initiative petition drive is underway require a public vote before Lambert Airport Privatization. If you’d like to read the Prop V petition, we have it posted here.

State Rep. Bruce Franks, Jr. has introduced House Bill 733 to require a public vote on Airport Privatization. Please contact your State Representative, State Senator, and Governor Mike Parson asking for their support. Find your State Legislators using City Assessor’s Address & Property Search– make sure to check off “Contacts and Elected Officials.”

Contact City Elected Officials…
Mayor Lyda Krewson
Comptroller Darlene Green (member of Airport Commission)
Board President Lewis Reed (member of Airport Commission)
Alderwoman Marlene Davis (member of Airport Commission, Chair of BOA Transportation Committee)
Members of Board of Aldermen 

Tuesday Last Call Voter Registration

voteWednesday Deadline to Register to Vote for March Primary Election.

5-7 pm Tuesday, February 5th
Last Call Voter Registration & Absentee Ballot Assistance
Nadine’s/The Joint, 1931 S 12th in Soulard
Look for Marie and patriotic decorations

Wednesday morning Marie will drop off your Voter Registration Application at Election Board.

Check your Voter Registration here

You may Register to Vote in person on Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm at St. Louis City Board of Election, 300 North Tucker. (314) 622-4336. More information

You may Register to Vote at any St. Louis Public Library, but please call ahead to ensure a Voter Registration Registrar will be available when you plan to visit.

You may Register to Vote at any Missouri Department of Revenue Fee Office, including the DMV Office in Room 111 at City Hall run by the Collector of Revenue Gregg Daly.

March 5th Primary Election is for Board of Aldermen President and Aldermen of even numbered wards. Candidates List

Absentee Voting began January 22nd. Tuesday 5-7 pm @ The Joint/Nadine’s, we can furnish you with Absentee Ballot Application, envelope and stamp to mail to Board of Election. Absentee Ballot Information including Printable Application is here

You can vote Absentee 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday at the Board of Election.

Special Saturday In Person Absentee Voting Hours in person from 9 am to 1 pm Saturday, March 2nd.