8/9/2017 Appeal Hearing on 1400 Russell

public hearingSt. Louis City Board of Adjustment
1:30 pm Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Room 208, City Hall, 1200 Market

Full Agenda

APPEAL #10976: Appeal filed by Maximus Holdings LLC from the determination of the Building Commissioner in the denial of a building permit authorizing the Appellant to construct a multifamily building with parking, per plans at 1400 Russell Blvd.

They were permitted 4/25/2017 to construct Foundation Only, which has been going on; plumbing permit issued 7/12/2017; and electrical and mechanical permits issued 7/14/2017.

Here’s the project file from Zoning

1400 Russell on FB

 

Monday SRG Soulard Safety Committee Meeting

soulardSoulard Restoration Group
Soulard Safety Committee Meeting
7-8:30 pm Monday, May 22, 2017
Soulard Station, 1911 S. 12th

Open to the Public

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 below for boundaries.
ssbd_boundrymapNext SSBD Meeting is 6 pm Tuesday, June 6th, 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.

There is a vacancy on the SSBD Board of Commissioners for a residential renter and a residential property owner seat expired the end of 2016.

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

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Monday SRG Safety Committee Meeting

soulardSoulard Restoration Group
Safety Committee Meeting
7-8:30 pm Monday, April 24, 2017
Soulard Station, 1911 S. 12th
Open to the Public

Agenda will include
Crime Stats
Incidents of Concern
Neighborhood Impact Statements
Camera Status
St. Louis Safety Group
Open Discussion

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.

Next SSBD Meeting is 6 pm Monday, May 12th, 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.

There is a vacancy on the SSBD Board of Commissioners for a residential renter and a residential property owner seat expired the end of 2016.

ssbd_boundrymap

There is also group working on a Soulard Community Improvement District to be funded with a sales tax.

boundarymap

NO MEETING Monday for Soulard Special Business (Property Tax) District

ssbd_boundrymapThere was a notice posted by mistake in the SRG Blaster and also Nextdoor. No Meeting.

6 pm Monday, April 10th, 2017
Soulard Special Business District Meeting
Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th
Open to the Public

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

This is the special taxing district created in 1994 and funded by a property tax for extra security for Soulard.

There is a vacancy on the SSBD Board of Commissioners for a residential renter and a residential property owner seat expired the end of 2016.

There is a group working on a Soulard Community Improvement District to be funded with a sales tax.

boundarymap

POSTPONED: Monday Night Soulard Special Business District Meeting

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Tentatively rescheduled for Monday, April 3rd

6 pm Monday, March 13th, 2017
Soulard Special Business District Meeting
Soulard Station, 1911 S 12th
Open to the Public

This is the special taxing district created in 1994 and funded by a property tax for extra security for Soulard.

RFPs for Security Service Providers are due by 5 pm Monday, March 13th.

There is a vacancy on the SSBD Board of Commissioners for a residential renter.

 

New Date: 2/23/2017 Soulard Juvenile Crime Forum

juvenile6:30 pm Thursday, February 23rd
Molly’s, 816 Geyer

From the Nextdoor post on the event:

“Cathy Horejes, Chief Deputy Juvenile Officer from the Special Services Division of the 22nd Judicial Circuit will explain how the juvenile system works and how we can better work with juvenile authorities and SLMPD given the growing number of juvenile crimes in the City.

This is a chance to become better informed and learn where the system is working, where it could use help and begin considering changes on how we, as citizens, can work to improve how juvenile cases are handled.”

Aldermen and St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department have also been invited.

I have concerns that this meeting may end up a tough on crime focusing on incarceration, more police, more cameras meeting with little attention to economics, prevention, and recidivism.

— Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman