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

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Chapter 3.56
Public Buildings and Property
PART II. HENRY W. KIEL AUDITORIUM

Sections:

3.56.140 Municipal auditorium to be known as Henry W. Kiel Auditorium.
3.56.150 Municipal auditorium commission--Established--Members.
3.56.160 Municipal auditorium commission--Organization.
3.56.170 Municipal auditorium commission--Duties--Charges.
3.56.180 Manager--Appointment.
3.56.190 Manager--Duties.
3.56.200 Appointment of subordinate officers and employees.
3.56.210 Budget.
3.56.220 Collections to be deposited with treasurer.
3.56.230 Payment of accounts.
3.56.240 Special occupancy.

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3.56.140 Municipal auditorium to be known as Henry W. Kiel Auditorium.

The municipal auditorium and community center building, located at Market and Fourteenth Streets, shall be known and designated as the "Henry W. Kiel Auditorium."

All laws or ordinances relating to the municipal auditorium and community center building shall apply to the "Henry W. Kiel Auditorium."
(1948 C. Ch. 54 2: 1960 C. 111.010.)

3.56.150 Municipal auditorium commission--Established--Members.

There is established a municipal auditorium commission to consist of seventeen members as follows: The Mayor, the comptroller, the president of the Board of Aldermen, the city counselor (who shall be attorney for the commission), the director of streets, and the director of public safety; five members of the Board of Aldermen, to be selected by the Board of Aldermen, and not more than three of whom shall be members of the same political party, provided the party representation in the board is such as to permit the above suggested selection; and seven additional members, who shall be appointed by the Mayor and to hold office during his pleasure. These additional members shall consist of one representative each of the St. Louis convention and tourism bureau, the associated retailers of St. Louis, the hotel association of St. Louis, an ex-service man, and three representatives from organizations or groups as the Mayor may determine, at least two of whom shall be women. All the members of the commission shall serve as without compensation, and, except the officials named above shall hold no other public office.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 3: 1960 C. 111.020.)

Editor's Note:

This section has been editorially amended to reflect the name change of the convention and tourism bureau.

3.56.160 Municipal auditorium commission--Organization.

The Mayor shall call a meeting of the commission which will organize with the election of a chairman and other officers and committees from the membership of the commission as may be decided upon, to designate the time and place for the holding of its meetings and for the adoption of other by-laws as deemed necessary for the proper transaction of its business.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 4: 1960 C. 111.030.)

As to secretary of commission, see Section 3.56.190

3.56.170 Municipal auditorium commission--Duties--Charges.

The commission shall act in an advisory capacity in the management, control and use of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium, and shall draft rules and regulations in connection therewith as necessary or desirable, cooperating with civic organizations working to secure events for which the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium is appropriate and which will be of benefit to the city. The commission shall establish a schedule of charges for the use of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium. In cases where it is necessary to secure the convention of an organization from which the return to the city is considerable due to the attendance drawn thereby, the commission may exempt the organization from the payment of charges either in whole or in part.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 5: 1960 C. 111.040.)

3.56.180 Manager--Appointment.

The Mayor is authorized to appoint, in accordance with the Charter and ordinances of the city, a manager of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 6: 1960 C. 111.050.)

3.56.190 Manager--Duties.

The manager appointed by the Mayor under the provisions of Section 3.56.180 shall be the executive head of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium, working under the rules and regulations of the commission and shall act as secretary to the commission, if the commission so desires.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 7: 1960 C. 111.060.)

3.56.200 Appointment of subordinate officers and employees.

All subordinate officers and all employees of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium shall be appointed by the manager in accordance with the Charter and ordinances of the city.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 8: 1960 C. 111.070.)

3.56.210 Budget.

The commission shall prepare and submit to the board of estimate and apportionment, through the Mayor, a budget providing for the operating expenses of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 9: 1960 C. 111.080.)

3.56.220 Collections to be deposited with treasurer.

All moneys collected by or from the use of the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium shall be deposited with the treasurer of the city.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 10: 1960 C. 111.090.)

3.56.230 Payment of accounts.

All accounts shall be paid by vouchers of the commission properly authenticated by the signature of the president and other officers as provided by its by-laws and drawn by the comptroller on the treasurer of the city.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 11: 1960 C. 111.100.)

3.56.240 Special occupancy.

The commission may set aside space in the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium to be occupied by the St. Louis convention and tourism bureau as offices, to facilitate its civic activities in connection with securing of events to meet in St. Louis and in the Henry W. Kiel Auditorium and for carrying on the service which the bureau renders to conventions in session. The charge for office space and for the necessary light, heat, water and janitor service for the same, shall be as the commission determines.

The commission may also set aside space for the headquarters of war veterans' organizations, upon terms as the commission determines.
(1948 C. Ch. 54 12: 1960 C. 111.110.)

Editor's Note:

This section has been editorially amended to reflect the name change of the convention and tourism bureau.

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