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FLOOR SUBSTITUTE
BOARD BILL NO. [95] 383

INTRODUCED BY PRESIDENT FRANCIS G. SLAY, NANCY WEBER , Freeman Bosley Sr. , Mary Ross , DANIEL GRUEN , Stephen Gregali , MARGE VINING , Terry Kennedy , Kenneth Jones , Gregory Carter , JAMES SONDERMANN , PAUL BECKERLE

An ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing the expenditure of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) of Prevention funds appropriated by Ordinance 63465 for capital equipment and improvements, and appropriating and authorizing the expenditure of a portion of said Prevention funds for expanded recreational programming, all in accordance with a detailed plan as set forth in Exhibits A and B hereto; with an emergency provision.

WHEREAS, Ordinance 63465 appropriated the sum of One Million Dollars of prevention funds to the Prevention and Detention Fund Account of fund 1217, Capital Improvement Projects fund for the purchase of capital equipment and improvements; and

WHEREAS, Ordinance 63465 provides in part that such prevention funds shall be expended, encumbered or transferred only in accordance with a detailed plan approved by the Board of Aldermen in a subsequent separate ordinance; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen wishes to expend said prevention funds for necessary capital equipment and improvement of City recreation centers; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen wishes to appropriate a portion of said prevention funds to provide expanded recreational programming for youth who reside in areas of the City where there are large populations of youth and no City recreation centers; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen wishes to approve a detailed plan for the expenditure of such prevention funds for capital equipment and improvement of existing City recreation centers and for expanded recreational programming into the other areas of the City that have large populations of youth and have no City recreation centers and to authorize their expenditure pursuant to such plan.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS, AS FOLLOWS;

SECTION ONE. Any provision of Ordinances 60419, 61250, 63375 and 63465 to the contrary notwithstanding, the sum of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) of prevention funds appropriated by Ordinance 63465 for the Prevention and Detention Fund Account of Fund 1217, Capital Improvements Project Fund for purchase of capital equipment and improvements is hereby appropriated and authorized for expenditures for capital equipment and improvements and for expanded recreational programming pursuant to and in accordance a detailed plan for said expenditures set forth in Exhibit A hereto, including the detailed itemization for Outpost Site and Training Programs (Fund 1119) in the amount of Five Hundred Thirty Six Thousand Dollars ($536,000) as set forth in Exhibit B hereto. Exhibits A and B hereto are incorporated herein by this reference and are hereby approved.

SECTION TWO. This ordinance being deemed necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace and safety, it is declared to be an emergency ordinance pursuant to Article IV, Sections 19 and 20 of the City Charter and shall take effect immediately upon its approval by the Mayor or its approval over his disapproval.





EXHIBIT A
FY96 CAPITAL BUDGET
PREVENTION ACCOUNT (FUND 1217)

SOURCES OF FUNDS:

Beginning Balance - FY96 Appropriation $1,000,000
TOTAL FUNDS APPROPRIATED $1,000,000


USES OF FUNDS:

OUTPOST SITE AND TRAINING PROGRAMS (FUND 1119) RECREATION CENTER IMPROVEMENTS$536,000
Recreation Center Tuckpointing
Buder Recreation Center $80,000
Tandy Recreation Center $60,000
West End Recreation Center $100,000 $240,000
Cherokee Recreation Center
Roof Repairs $40,000
Install (4) Exterior Doors $5,500 $45,500
Gamble Recreation Center
Replace Interior/Exterior Lighting $20,000
Install Emergency Exit Lighting $15,000 $35,000
Marquette Recreation Center
Install Interior/Exterior Lighting $29,500
Repair Concrete Pool Deck $12,000 $41,500
Tandy Recreation Center
Replace Pool Filters $35,000 $35,000
Vashon Recreation Center
Roof Replacement $40,000 $40,000
Wohl Recreation Center
Replace Doors to Parking Lot $3,000
Install Exterior Building Lights $14,000
Replace (18) Interior Doors $10,000 $27,000
TOTAL USES OF FUNDS $464,000
ESTIMATED YEAR END SURPLUS(DEFICIT) $1,000,000
$0
EXHIBIT B

CITY OF ST. LOUIS

FUND 1119
DEPT 213

NAME: Division of Recreation

ACCT. ITEM DESCRIPTION AMOUNTS SUBTOTALS
PERSONAL SERVICES
5112 Salaries - Per Performance Employees 447,000
5136 Employer Social Security Coverage 34,195
481,195
SUPPLIES
5206 Laundry, Cleaning, Household Supplies 3,000
5208 Food Supplies 5,000
5210 Wearing Apparel 5,000
5230 Miscellaneous Supplies 15,000
5410 Education and Recreation Equipment 10.805
38,805
38,805
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
5530 Miscellaneous Contractual Services 16,000
16,000
DEPARTMENTAL TOTAL 536,000


3-13-96

CITY OF ST. LOUIS EXPANDED SITES

PROGRAM AREAS SITE & ADDRESSES WARD
TOWER GROVE AREA Fanning Middle L.C. - 3410 Giles - (772-744)Mann School - 4047 Juniata St. - (772-4545) 15
15
HOLLY HILL - BEVO MILL Long Middle L.C. - 5028 Morganford - (353-1034) Fri. - Sun. onlyWoerner Elementry - 6131 Leona - (481-8585) 14
13
SHAW & MCREE TOWN Adams School - 1311 Tower GroveMullanphy 4221 Shaw Blvd. - (772-0994) 17
8
CENTRAL WEST END/FOREST PARK Cole Elementary. - 3935 Enright - (533-0894)
Hamilton L.C. - 5819 Westminster - (367-6996) Fri. - Sun. only
18
28
ST. LOUIS PLACE/OLD ST. LOUIS/CARR SQUARE/HYDE PARK Clay L.C. - N. 14th St. - (231-9608)
Eliot Elementry - 4242 Grove - (382-7310)
3
3
WEST END/WELLS/GOODFELLOW/ HAMILTON HEIGHTS Cook Elementry - 5935 Horton - (725-2346)
Stowe Elementry - 5750 Lotus - (382-310)
26
22
WALNUT PARK EAST/NORTH POINT/WALNUT WEST Walbridge L.C. - 5000 Davison - (261-8288) 27
PRINCETON HEIGHTS/SOUTH HAMPTON/ST. LOUIS HILLS Nottingham Middle L.C. - 4915 Donovan - (352-1163)
Fri. - Sun. onlyBuder Elementry - 5319 Lansdowne - (352-4343)
16
14
MID-TOWN Blumeyer - Delmar & Compton
Carver Elementary - 3325 Bell - (533-7020)Fri. - Sun. only
19
19


Legislative History
1ST READING REF TO COMM COMMITTEE COMM SUB COMM AMEND
03/01/9603/01/96W&M03/13/96
2ND READING FLOOR AMEND FLOOR SUB PERFECTN PASSAGE
03/15/9603/15/9603/22/96
ORDINANCE VETOED VETO OVR
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