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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 3.56 Public Buildings and Property Part I

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Chapter 3.56
Public Buildings and Property
PART I. CITY HALL AND MUNICIPAL COURTS

Sections:

3.56.010 City hall established.
3.56.020 Municipal office and court building established.
3.56.030 Offices located in city hall.
3.56.040 Mayor to assign offices.
3.56.050 Offices--Divisions of traffic, parks, recreation and forestry.
3.56.060 Offices--Other departments.
3.56.070 Offices--Purpose.
3.56.080 Offices--Removal--When not allowed.
3.56.090 Offices--Removal--Procedure.

3.56.010 City hall established.

The building erected, owned and controlled by the city, situated on and between Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Market Streets, and Clark Avenue is established as a city hall.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 20: 1960 C. 110.010.)

3.56.020 Municipal office and court building established.

The building erected, owned and controlled by the city, situated on and between Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Market Streets, and Clark Avenue, is established as a municipal office building and as the building where the city courts shall be located, the building to be known as the municipal courts building.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 21: 1960 C. 110.020.)

3.56.030 Offices located in city hall.

The Mayor's office, the chamber and other quarters of the Board of Aldermen, the comptroller's office and the law department shall be located in the city hall.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 22: 1960 C. 110.030.)

3.56.040 Mayor to assign offices.

The assignment of offices in the city hall and in the municipal courts building shall be made by the Mayor.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 23: 1960 C. 110.040.)

3.56.050 Offices--Divisions of traffic, parks, recreation and forestry.

The division of traffic of the department of streets, the divisions of parks, of recreation and of forestry in the department of parks, recreation and forestry, shall establish, operate and maintain main offices or a branch thereof for the convenience of the public, within city buildings now located or to be located within the area bounded north by Pine, east by Eleventh, south by Spruce and west by Fifteenth streets in the city, on or before January 1, 1965.
(Ord. 52899 1, 1964: 1960 C. 110.050.)

3.56.060 Offices--Other departments.

All other departments administering the affairs of the city government together with their various divisions where necessary, shall establish, operate and maintain main offices or a branch thereof for the convenience of the public, within city buildings now located or to be located within the area bounded north by Pine, east by Eleventh, south by Spruce and west by Fifteenth streets in the city, on or before January 1, 1965.
(Ord. 52899 2, 1964: 1960 C. 110.060.)

3.56.070 Offices--Purpose.

All main or branch offices shall be equipped in a manner as to provide first instance information to citizens touching any relevant or appropriate matter causing citizens to visit the office, or an employee or employees of the departments or their divisions shall be made available to the public in a building within the area set forth in Sections 3.56.050 and 3.56.060.
(Ord. 52899 3, 1964: 1960 C. 110.070.)

3.56.080 Offices--Removal--When not allowed.

No city department or division shall remove any existing main or branch office beyond the area bounded as provided in Section 3.56.050 when the Board of Aldermen is or shall be in recess for thirty continuous days or more.
(Ord. 52899 4, 1964: 1960 C. 110.080.)

3.56.090 Offices--Removal--Procedure.

Whenever it is decided to remove any existing main or branch office of any department or division beyond the area bounded as provided in Section 3.56.050 the director of the department shall notify the clerk of the Board of Aldermen of the decision at least ninety days before the date of the actual removal. Failure to comply with the provisions of this section and of Section 3.56.080 shall render the removal unlawful and the costs and expenses of the removal shall not be authorized or paid.
(Ord. 52899 5, 1964: 1960 C. 110.090.)

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