Tuesday Paul McKee Kwik E Mart Corporate Welfare Meeting

yTkejEGTE10 am Tuesday, March 25, 2018
Tucker & Cass Community Improvement District
(Paul McKee’s Most Expensive Gas Station Ever Project)
1520 Market, Room 2000, City Hall West
Open to the Public
Public Comments are #3 on Agenda

There are no residents in the district. This is a CID to fund McKee’s project, not make improvements to a community.

City Online Notice/Agenda: None as of 11 pm Sunday, March 25th. Mayor Krewson’s Executive Order 60 requiring online posting of all meetings requires only 24 hours notice. We know there is a meeting because notice was taped next to an elevator at City Hall, perhaps by mistake since the meeting is in another building.

3/8/2018 NextSTL: Aldermen Can End the Exemption to Vacant Building Ordinance

3/1/2018 Riverfront Times: Board Bill Would Remove McKee Exemption for Code Violations

1/7/2018 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: The first construction in Paul McKee’s Northside Regeneration may start soon

12/1/2017 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Judge dismisses McKee creditor’s remaining claims

7/5/2018 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: After questioning costs, St. Louis offers more tax credits for McKee project

6/25/2017 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: St. Louis didn’t get MLS, but McKee got more time and the chance to buy stadium site 

— Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman

Wednesday BOA Hearings On CID/Redevelopment Plan for 705 Olive

City Hall3Questions? Concerns? Praise? Make Your Voice Heard! Contact Your Alderman. Contact information at end of post.

8:30 am Wednesday, March 9, 2016
St. Louis City Board of Aldermen
Housing, Urban Development & Zoning Committee
Kennedy Hearing Room (Room 208), City Hall

Note: I am using the hearing information from last week’s Board of Aldermen Agenda, not the public meetings information on the City’s online Calendar, which continues to be a mess.

Public Hearings on three bills by Alderman Jack Coatar (7th Ward)

Board Bill 322 on the 705 Olive Redevelopment Plan (including up to 20 year tax abatement)

Board Bill 323 establishing the 705 Olive Community Improvement District.

Board Bill 324 to utilize funds from Sales Tax Reimbursement Account for the project

Members of the HUDZ Committee include Alderman Joe Roddy (17th Ward), Chair, Alderman Freeman Bosley Sr (3rd Ward), Alderman Chris Carter (27th ward), Alderman Jack Coatar (7th Ward), Alderman Steve Conway (8th Ward), Alderwoman Marlene Davis (19th Ward), Alderwoman Megan Green (15th Ward), Alderman Antonio French (21st Ward), Alderman Terry Kennedy (18th Ward), Alderwoman Lyda Krewson (28th Ward), Alderman Sam Moore (4th Ward), Alderwoman Cara Spencer (20th Ward).

Board President Lewis Reed is a voting member of all committees.

Contact Information for Members of the Board of Aldermen

Contact Information for Board President Reed

Note: Wrong address previously posted. Correction made.

-Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman