|St. Louis City Board of Aldermen Rules 3-4
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The Mayor may, by proclamation, call special sessions of the Board of Aldermen, giving three days notice thereof, and shall specifically state by a message in writing to the Board of Aldermen when assembled, by such proclamation, the object for which the special session has been called, and the action of the Board of Aldermen during the special session shall be confined to such object. The notice shall be given in a newspaper of general circulation published in the city. Upon the issuance of the proclamation, the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen shall send written notice thereof to the members of the Board. (See City Charter, Art. IV, Sec. 9; Rev. Code, Sec.3.06.030)
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