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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 3.84 Planned Industrial Expansion Authority

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Chapter 3.84
Planned Industrial Expansion Authority

Sections:

3.84.010 Approval.
3.84.020 Notification of adoption--Commissioners--Appointment.
3.84.030 Commissioners--Qualifications.

See also 3.48.220

V.A.M.S.:

100.300 et seq. Planned industrial expansion

Cases:

Planned Industrial Expansion statute was not local or special law. State ex rel. Atkinson v. Planned Indus. Expansion Authority of St. Louis, 517 S.W. 2d 36 (1975).

3.84.010 Approval.

As required by Senate Bill No. 362, passed by the 74th General Assembly of the State of Missouri and thereafter on August 16, 1967 approved and assigned by the Governor and duly became a law on October 13, 1967, approval is given to the exercise in the City by the planned industrial expansion authority of the powers, functions and duties of an authority.
(Ord. 54788 1, 1967.)

3.84.020 Notification of adoption--Commissioners--Appointment.

The Clerk of the Board of Aldermen is directed to promptly notify the Mayor upon the adoption of Ordinance 54788 and deliver to the Mayor a copy thereof duly signed by the President of the Board of Aldermen and attested by the proper members of the Board. The Mayor is requested to appoint twenty-five Commissioners of the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority as authorized by Section 4 of the Planned Industrial Expansion Law.
(Ord. 54788 2, 1967.)

3.84.030 Commissioners--Qualifications.

The Commissioners shall meet the requirements of the state law, shall be representative of the community as a whole and shall be appointed regardless of race, creed, national origin or political affiliation.
(Ord. 54788 3, 1967.)

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