Wednesday Occupancy Permit Appeal: 1026 Geyer (previously Soulard Stable)

public_hearing1:30 pm Wednesday, July 31, 2019
St. Louis Board of Adjustment
Room 208, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public

City Online Calendar Notice

Agenda

1026 Geyer @ Menard, previously Soulard Stable), 7th Ward – Appeal #20242 filed by Growth Developments LLC from the determination of Building Commissioner to deny an occupancy permit authorizing + office meeting space + meeting hall for town hall and/or company meetings + with consumption of liquor + patio seating + no cooking Zone: “G” – Local Commercial and Office District. Organizer of Growth Developments LLC is Jennifer M. Bayer of Chesterfield. The LLC is connected to Lighthouse Growth Resources. 

Wednesday St. Louis Equitable Eco Devo Strategy Open House

ecodevomeeting

Register Online  for
4-7 pm Wednesday, July 24, 2019
St. Louis Development Corporation
St. Louis Equitable Economic Development Strategy
Open House
Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 Hall
2319 Chouteau @ S Jefferson
Public Invited

Appetizers from Russo’s
Childcare Provided
Free Parking

Public Transit: #11 Chippewa, #31 Chouteau

Register Online

Provide Input on…

  • What kinds of jobs are needed in your community?
  • What you love about your neighborhood?
  • What would help you find or get a job?
  • How can the City help support small businesses and job growth, especially for people of color and women?
  • What does equitable economic development mean to you?

Tuesday City Fundraiser for Trish Gunby

GunbyPlease Join
Lori Lamprich, 25th Ward Committeewoman
Sarah Wood Martin, 11th Ward Alderwoman
Jake Hummel, 11th Ward Committeeman
Madeline Buthod, 14th Ward Committeewoman
Lisa Bertke, 13th Ward Committeewoman
Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Committeewoman
Scott Intagliata, Co-Owner of Apotheosis Comics
Bob Hilgemann, 17th Ward Committeeman
Patty Ellison-Brown, 23rd Ward Committeewoman

To Support
Trish Gunby
Democrat

Missouri House District 99, St. Louis County

5:30-7:30 pm Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019
Apotheosis Comics & Lounge
3206 S Grand

Campaign Contact rosetta@mopoliticalconsulting.com

Saturday Central Committee Meeting

democratic_party_logoSt. Louis City Democratic Central Committee
10 am Saturday, July 20, 2019
@ Fuse Advertising, 802 N 1st
Accessibility: Unknown
Public Transit: Metrolink to Laclede’s Landing Station
Open to the Public

Meeting Agenda
  • Introduction
  • 2019 – 2022 Strategic Plan
  • Establish a Local Office – Roll Call Vote
  • Hire a Fundraiser – Roll Call Vote
  • 2019 Gala
  • 2019 – 2020 Ward Events – Roll Call Vote

Issues

New Issues

New Business

Wednesday Liquor License Hearing for Over/Under Bar In Downtown

drinks9:00 am Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Room 418, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to the Public
 
 
9:00 am Hearing
911 Washington Ave, T-REX Building, Downtown, 7th Ward – Duke & Willie Enterprises LLC d.b.a. The Over/Under Bar & Grill – Dale Shane Hutton, Mgr – Full Drink, Sunday, Summer Garden

Monday Civilian Oversight Board Meeting

COBOffice5 pm Monday, July 15, 2019
St. Louis City (Police) Civilian Oversight Board
Room 4029, 1520 Market, City Hall West
Open to the Public

City Online Calendar Notice/Agenda

Agenda

Minutes of March Meeting (that’s the last Minutes posted online)

Agenda includes
– IAD reports not being completed within required 90 Day time frame
– Response letter to Senator Jamilah Nasheed

See previous post on Cancelled June COB Meeting

Bus Stop Eliminations Start Monday

BuschBusMonday, Bi-State Development Agency (d.b.a. Metro) begins the process of removing bus stops and eliminating some bus routes. There does not appear to be a published list of routes eliminated, only “Rider Alerts” with bus stop ID number and cross street identification.

Some of the bus stops eliminated include:

S 12th @ Allen/Allen Market used by the Allen Market Lane Apartments (senior citizen housing), dishwashers and servers who work at Soulard restaurants, and others.

S Tucker @ Soulard used by people shopping at Fields Foods. The stop at S Tucker @ Lafayette appears to remain but obviously means a longer walk with your grocery bags.

I spoke at two of the meetings sponsored by Bi-State against quite a few specific changes proposed for Soulard and other parts of the City, what Bi-State called “Metro Reimagined.”  I felt like I was talking to machines that could speak but not hear.

If you’d like to voice your opinion on these changes, you may contact Bi-State/Metro
Call: 314-982-1406
Text: 314-207-9786
Email: customerservice@metrostlouis.org

You used to be able to take a bus to Busch Stadium. That convenience was replaced with take a bus + take train to Busch. These changes starting Monday are more of the same. It’s as if we have a public transit agency that does not want to provide decent bus service.

—Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman

Tuesday Hearing on New Tax District For Part of Soulard

Notaxation

10 am Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019
Board of Aldermen
Ways & Means Committee
Kennedy Hearing Room, Room 208, City Hall, 1200 Market
Open to Public Public

Hearing on Board Bill 83  by 7th Ward Alderman Jack Coatar to create the Soulard Community Improvement District, a special tax district. Passage of the Board Bill would facilitate a vote on sales tax funding of the District. The vote would be by registered voters within the district  by mail.

The Board running the District will be appointed by the Mayor and represent only property owners and businesses. Renters will have no seat on the Board. Over 70% of Soulard is rental units.

City Online Calendar Notice/Agenda. Committee’s Agenda was finally posted 8:34 am Monday. We previously knew Board Bill 83 would be heard on Tuesday because property owners within the proposed District received their meeting notice required by law (from the CID’s legal counsel, Husch Blackwell).

These types of board bills are aldermanic privilege bills, meaning the hearing is a formality and no one will vote against it.

Members of Ways & Means Committee: Chair/10th Ward Alderman Joe Vollmer; Vice Chair/19th Ward Alderwoman Marlene Davis, 5th Ward Alderwoman Tammika Hubbard; 13th Ward Alderwoman Beth Murphy; 14th Ward Alderwoman Carol Howard; 16th Ward Alderman Tom Oldenburg, 20th Ward Alderwoman Cara Spencer, 21st Ward Alderman John Collins-Muhammad, 23rd Ward Alderman Joe Vaccaro, 26th Ward Alderwoman Shameem Hubbard, 27th Ward Alderwoman Pam Boyd. Board President Lewis Reed is a voting member of all committees.

Contact Information for all Alderpersons and President Reed.