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BULLET St. Louis City Ordinance 69049

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BOARD BILL NO. [11] 190

INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN JOSEPH D. RODDY, LEWIS REED, LYDA KREWSON, JOSEPH VACCARO, SAMUEL L. MOORE, FREEMAN BOSLEY, SR., GREGORY CARTER, STEPHEN J. CONWAY, PHYLLIS YOUNG, LARRY ARNOWITZ, JENNIFER FLORIDA, DONNA BARINGER, CRAIG N. SCHMID, ANTONIO D. FRENCH, JEFFREY BOYD, SHANE COHN, FRANK WILLIAMSON, SCOTT OGILVE, CHARLES QUINCY TROUPE, DIONNE FLOWERS, MARLENE DAVIS

An Ordinance recommended by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment authorizing and directing the Comptroller to issue various Requests for Proposal to secure bond counsel, financial advisors, underwriters, underwriters' counsel and any other professional services necessary to prepare documents required to issue the Bonds, in the manner and amounts provided below; authorizing and directing the City to take action to prepare to issue and sell its City Revenue Bonds in an aggregate principal amount of approximately $34,000,000 to allow for the planting of trees and other landscape materials in the City right of way and for the improvement oflong-lasting, essential capital improvements to City Parks (other than Forest Park) as provided herein, and authorizing and directing the St. Louis Municipal Finance Corporation to issue and sell the Forest Park Bonds in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $30,000,000 for the improvement of Forest Park, all for the general welfare, safety and benefit of the citizens of the City; prescribing other matters relating thereto; and authorizing and directing the taking of other actions, and approval and execution of other documents as necessary or desirable to carry out and comply with the intent hereof; and containing a Severability Clause.

WHEREAS The City of St. Louis and its citizens will benefit from park improvements in parks City-wide, including Forest Park; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 94.577 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, and Ordinance 62885, the voters of the City on August 3, 1993, approved the collection of a one-half cent capital improvements sales tax for the purpose of funding capital improvements, including the operation and maintenance of capital improvements; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance No. 60416, as amended by Ordinance No. 61250, the City has established a special trust fund known as the "Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund" to be used to fund capital improvements from, among other sources, a capital improvements sales tax; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 62885, 17% of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Funds are dedicated to "Major Parks" and then further divided into subaccounts based on relative acreage of such Major Parks; as a result of which 10.421% (61.3% of the 17%) of the proceeds of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax is dedicated to Forest Park and of which 6.579% (38.7% of the 17%) of the proceeds of the Capital Improvements Sales Tax is applied to the other Major Parks; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Sections 67.1700 to 67.1769 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, and Ordinance 64994, the voters of the City in November, 2000, approved the collection of a one-tenth of one cent sales tax on all retail sales made in the City of St. Louis for the purpose of funding the creation, operation and maintenance of a Metropolitan Park and Recreation District; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 64994, 40% of City's 50% share of the Metropolitan Park and Recreation District tax shall be applied to the "Major Parks" and then further divided based on relative acreage of such Major Parks; as a result of which 24.5% (61.3% of the 40%) of the City's share of the proceeds of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreation District tax is dedicated to Forest Park and 15.5% (38.7% of the 40%) of the City's share of the proceeds of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax is dedicated to other Major Parks - the remaining 60% of the 50% share of the Metropolitan Park and Recreation District tax shall be applied to the City-wide Parks; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 67477, $1,200,000 of General Fund revenue that is deposited in the Neighborhood Park Fund and dedicated annually to neighborhood parks throughout the City; and

WHEREAS, Chapter 5.74 of the City Code requires that certain revenues earned in Forest Park be held in the "Forest Park Fund" created and existing pursuant to Ordinance 51336 and used for capital improvements to Forest Park; and

WHEREAS the Board of Aldermen is responsible for approving budgets for the City and is desirous of making a commitment of budget resources commencing in FY 2013 and thereafter to support the design and construction of park improvements in parks City-Wide, including Forest Park, in order to address deferred maintenance and other important capital improvements, through the issuance of the City Revenue Bonds secured by: (i) a portion of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Fund, (ii) a portion of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) $1,200,000 of Neighborhood Parks Fund general revenue funding annually, and through the issuance of the Forest Park Bonds secured by (i) a portion of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Funds, (ii) a portion of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) Forest Park Earned Revenue; and

WHEREAS, all bonds, including the proposed Bonds must obtain a positive recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment; and

WHEREAS the City desires to issue Bonds for the purposes set forth herein;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION ONE. Definitions. The following terms when used herein shall have the meaning set forth in this Section One:

"Bonds" shall mean collectively the City Revenue Bonds and the Forest Park Bonds;

"Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Fund" - pursuant to Section 94.577, Revised Statutes of Missouri, the voters of the City on August 3, 1993, approved the collection of a one-half cent capital improvements sales tax for the purpose of funding capital improvements, including the operation and maintenance of capital improvements and by Ordinance No. 60416, as amended by Ordinance No. 61250, the Board of Aldermen of the City has established a special trust fund known as the "Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund" to be used to fund capital improvements from, among other sources, a capital improvements sales tax;

"City Parks" shall mean City-Wide Parks and Major Parks;

"City Revenue Bonds" shall mean the City's revenue bonds issued in an aggregate principal amount of approximately $34,000,000 for the design, construction, renovation, equipping and installation of site furnishings and improvements for City Parks (other than Forest Park);

"City-Wide Parks" shall mean the neighborhood parks to be funded pursuant to Ordinances 64994 and 67447;

"Corporation" shall mean the St. Louis Municipal Finance Corporation;

"Forest Park" shall mean the approximately 1293.22-acre park bounded generally by Lindell on the North, Kingshighway and Euclid on the East, I-64/40 on the South and Skinker on the West;

"Forest Park Bonds" shall mean Subordinate Forest Park Leasehold Revenue Improvement Bonds (City of St. Louis, Missouri, Lessee) in an aggregate principal amount of approximately $30,000,000 for the design, construction, renovation, equipping and installation of site furnishings and improvements for Forest Park ;

"Forest Park Earned Revenue" - Chapter 5.74 of the City Code requires that certain revenues earned in Forest Park be held in the "Forest Park Fund" created and existing pursuant to Ordinance 51336 and used for capital improvements to Forest Park;

"Major Parks" shall mean Carondelet, Fairground, Forest, O'Fallon, Tower Grove and Willmore Parks;

"Metropolitan Park and Recreation District tax" - pursuant to Sections 67.1700 to 67.1769 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, the voters of the City in November, 2000, approved the collection of a one-tenth of one cent sales tax on all retail sales made in the City of St. Louis for the purpose of funding the creation, operation and maintenance of a Metropolitan Park and Recreation District;

"Neighborhood Parks general revenue funding" - $1,200,000 of General Fund Revenue which pursuant to Ordinance 67477 is deposited in the Neighborhood Parks Fund and dedicated annually to neighborhood parks;

"Request for Proposals" shall mean the process for selection of advisors as set forth in Ordinances 64102 and 65109 and Section 3.97 of the City Code.

SECTION TWO. Seek Services via Requests for Proposal. Upon the recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the Office of the Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to issue and establish the necessary selection committee in accordance with Ordinances 64102 and 65109 and Section 3.97 of the Code, and draft and issue Requests for Proposal in order to secure bond counsel, financial advisors, underwriters, underwriters counsel and any other professional services necessary to prepare documents required to issue the Bonds.

SECTION THREE. Issue Bonds.

(a) Upon the recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the City Revenue Bonds will be offered for long-lasting, essential capital improvements to all City parks (other than Forest Park) and tree-planting within the public right of way in the approximate amount of thirty-four million dollars. The City Revenue Bonds will fund the City-Wide Park Capital Program and intends to secure the City Revenue Bonds with seventy-five percent of the amounts generated annually by each of the following three sources: (i) 6.579% of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Fund, (ii) 15.5% of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) $1,200,000 of Neighborhood Parks Fund general revenue funding annually. The City remaining twenty-five percent of the amounts generated by the three sources referenced in the prior sentence and any amount in excess of what is necessary to fund payments on the City Revenue Bonds will be held in the Park Maintenance account and may be applied by the Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry for capital repairs and related expenses.

(b) Upon the recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the separate bond issue of the Forest Park Bonds will be issued by the Corporation for long-lasting, essential capital improvements in Forest Park in the approximate amount of thirty million dollars, will be purchased by Forest Park Forever and will be secured by: (i) 10.421% of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Funds, (ii) 24.5% of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) all Forest Park Earned Revenue.

SECTION FOUR. Application of proceeds of City Revenue Bonds and Forest Park Bonds. Upon the recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the proceeds of the City Revenue Bonds and Forest Park Bonds will be applied as follows:

(a) City Revenue Bonds: Proceeds of the City Wide Park Capital Program and City Revenue Bonds will be distributed based upon the following formula - One Million Dollars will be used to pay for the cost of planting trees and other landscape improvements within the public right of way with this One Million Dollars being divided equally among the 28 wards providing approximately $35,700/ward. The balance of the City Revenue Bonds, net of cost of issuance and any necessary reserves, in the amount of approximately thirty-three million dollars will be used only for long-lasting, essential capital improvement projects which are set forth on Exhibit A (the "City Wide Park Capital Program"); the current anticipated allocation of the Bond proceeds amongst the City Parks (other than Forest Park) is set forth on Exhibit B. Additional long-lasting, essential capital improvement projects may be added to Exhibit A only when recommended by the Director of Parks and approved by the Board of Public Service. As part of the annual budget preparation process, the Director of the Department of Parks shall submit to the Budget Division recommendations for the specific long-lasting, essential capital improvement projects to be funded by the City Wide Park Capital Program with the proceeds of the City Revenue Bonds; provided said recommendation shall be approved by resolution of the Parks and Environmental Matters prior to the submission to the Budget Division. The recommended projects by the Director of Parks must primarily repair and improve infrastructurebe applied to long-lasting, essential capital improvements, address some of the City's most significant deferred maintenance in the City parks, result in increased use and value of parks to the most citizens, and have the effect of reducing operating expenses of the Parks Department on an ongoing basis; while not every project will satisfy all of the above-listed criteria for selection, the goal will be to have the recommended projects address the largest number of criteria and create the most value for the citizens of St. Louis. The Director's proposal shall both identify the proposed long-lasting, essential capital improvement projects and present an evaluation of how those proposed projects address the above selection criteria.

(b) Forest Park Bonds. Proceeds of the Forest Park Bonds will be applied to long-lasting, essential capital improvements as set forth in the Maintenance Cooperation Agreement as set forth in Ordinance ________ [Board Bill No. ________] and the Bond Purchase Agreement between the Corporation and Forest Park Forever approved as set forth in Section Three(b) above. All costs of issuance of the Forest Park Bonds shall be paid by Forest Park Forever upon issuance of the Forest Park Bonds. The terms of the Maintenance Cooperation Agreement and the Forest Park Bonds shall require that the annual operating budget shall require funding of at least $500,000 for emergency capital repairs and other unanticipated capital needs as set forth in Section 16.D. of the Maintenance Cooperation Agreement. The terms of the documents authorizing and creating the Forest Park Bonds shall provide that the remedies for any failure by the City to pay on the Forest Park Bonds shall not include any transfer of ownership or leasehold interest in Forest Park.

SECTION FIVE. Findings and Determinations. Upon the recommendation of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the Board of Aldermen hereby finds and determines as follows:

a. It is in the best interest of the City to issue the City Revenue Bonds. secured by seventy-five percent of the amounts generated annually by each of the following three sources: (i) 6.579% of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Fund, (ii) 15.5% of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) $1,200,000 of Neighborhood Parks Fund general revenue funding annually. The remaining twenty-five percent of the amounts generated by the three sources referenced in the prior sentence and any amounts in excess of what is necessary to fund payments on the City Revenue Bonds will be held in the Park Maintenance account and may be applied by the Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry for capital repairs and related expenses.

b. It is in the best interest of the City to authorize and direct the Corporation to issue the Forest Park Bonds secured by: : (i) 10.421% of the Capital Improvement Sales Tax Trust Funds, (ii) 24.5% of the Metropolitan Parks and Recreations District tax, and (iii) all Forest Park Earned Revenue.

c. The issuance by the City of the City Revenue Bonds and the sale and delivery thereof is necessary and desirable for the City.

d. The issuance by the Corporation of the Forest Park Bonds, and the sale and delivery thereof through a negotiated sale of said Forest Park Bonds to Forest Park Forever is necessary and desirable for the City

SECTION SIX. Further Authority. The Mayor and the Comptroller or their designated representatives, with the advice and concurrence of the City Counselor and after approval by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, are hereby further authorized and directed to make any changes so long as such changes are consistent with the intent, language and provisions of this Ordinance and necessary and appropriate in order to carry out the matters herein authorized with no such further action of the Board of Aldermen necessary to authorize such changes by the Mayor and the Comptroller or their designated representatives.

SECTION SEVEN. Severability. It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Board of Aldermen that each and every part, section and subsection of this Ordinance shall be separate and severable from each and every other part, section and subsection hereof and that the Board of Aldermen intends to adopt each said part, section and subsection separately and independently of any other part, section and subsection. In the event that any part, section or subsection of this Ordinance shall be determined to be or to have been unlawful or unconstitutional, the remaining parts, sections and subsections shall be and remain in full force and effect, unless the court making such finding shall determine that the valid portions standing alone are incomplete and are incapable of being executed in accord with the legislative intent.

SECTION EIGHT. Governing Law. This Ordinance shall be governed exclusively by and construed in accordance with the applicable laws of the State of Missouri.

SECTION NINE. Conflict. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed.

EXHIBIT A - CITY WIDE CAPITAL PARK PROGRAM

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

PENROSE PARK

REBUILD (4) TENNIS COURTS

$200,000

1

 

 

RESTORE BALLFIELD LIGHTING

$150,000

1

 

 

RENOVATE VELODROME

$290,000

1

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$100,000

1

 

 

INSTALL BASKETBALL CT w/LIGHTING

$85,000

1

 

 

INSTALL GAZEBO w/BBQ PITS

$75,000

 

$900,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HANDY PARK

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$120,000

1

 

 

RENOVATE BALLFIELDS

$85,000

1

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAINS

$4,000

1

 

 

UPGRADE CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND AREA

$100,000

1

 

 

INSTALL EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

$50,000

1

 

 

CONSTRUCT 50'-0" GAZEBO

$75,000

1

$434,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BUSCHE PARK

CONSTRUCT PERIMETER SIDEWALKS

$125,000

2 & 21

$125,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DICKMANN PARK

DEVELOP PARK AREA

$500,000

2

$500,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HICKEY PARK

RENOVATE BALLFIELDS

$125,000

2

 

 

CONSTRUCT PERIMETER WALKING TRACK

$85,000

2

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$45,000

2

 

 

RESURFACE INTERIOR WALKWAYS

$25,000

2

$280,000

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NORTH RIVERFRONT PARK

NORTH PARK AND RESTROOM FACILITY

$516,107

2

 

 

ROCK AND EARTH BERM PLAYGROUND

$478,520

2

 

 

PET PARK AND SEATING AREA

$68,400

2

 

 

FISHING PLATFORM & CLEANING STATION

$331,150

2

 

 

FLOATING ISLAND W/SCULPTURE AERIE

$436,500

2

 

 

WETLAND STUDY AREA

$110,750

2

 

 

WATER CLEANSING EXPERIENCE AREA

$293,700

2

 

 

BOAT ACCESS AND PARKING

$1,588,000

2

 

 

RIVER ACCESS PLATFORM

$632,500

2

 

 

HUMAN POWERED WATERCRAFT ACCESS

$495,650

2

 

 

BOTTOMLAND FOREST RESTORATION

$103,500

2

 

 

SUN AN SHADE SEATING AREA

$116,150

2

 

 

COMMUNITY INSPIRED PLAYGROUND

$258,415

2

 

 

OPEN PICNIC AND GATHERING AREA

$120,500

2

 

 

EXPANDED SOUTH PARKING AREA

$288,800

2

 

 

RE-ALIGNED SOUTH ENTRY

$216,600

2

 

 

COMFORT STATION RENOVATION

$131,900

2

 

NORTH RIVERFRONT PARK

NATIVE WILDFLOWER PLANTING AREA

$32,000

2

 

(Continued)

NATURE THEMED PAVILION/AMPHITHEATER

$500,000

2

 

 

ARTISTIC STORMWATER FILTRATION

$712,300

2

 

 

EXERCISE PATH W/SCULPTURED STATIONS

$80,500

2

 

 

RIVER ACCESS DROP-OFF & PARKING AREA

$597,200

2

 

 

NATURE RECLAMATION DEMO AREA

$123,200

2

 

 

NATIVE GRASSLAND BIO -FILTRATION AREA

$921,300

2

 

 

WETLAND AREA BOARDWALK TRAIL

$183,500

2

 

 

INFRASTRUTURE IMPROVEMENTS

$775,250

2

 

 

PATHWAYS

$856,350

2

$10,968,742

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

FAIRGROUND

DEMO OF ROADWAY SOUTH OF KOSSUTH

$200,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCT WALKING PATH

$73,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCT BIKE PATH

$160,000

3

 

 

UPGRADE COMFORT STATIONS TO ADA

$763,000

3

 

 

NEW SOFTBALL FIELDS/AMENTITIES

$105,000

3

 

 

(4) PICNIC GAZEBOS

$750,000

3

 

 

ENTRANCE IMPROV. @ GRAND/ NAT . BRIDGE

$612,000

3

 

 

RENOVATION OF BEAR PIT STRUCTURE

$2,000,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCTION OF BEAR PIT PAVILION

$1,170,000

3

 

 

CREATION OF GREAT LAWN AREA

$73,000

3

 

 

IMPROVEMENTS TO VANDEVENTER AVENUE

$273,000

3

 

 

UPGRADE MAINTENANCE BUILDING

$186,000

3

 

 

LANDSCAPING

$440,000

3

 

 

DEMO OF OLD FIELDHOUSE

$27,000

3

 

 

IMPROVEMENTS TO LAKE PERIMETER

$220,000

3

 

 

PARKING LOT UPGRADES

$700,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCT COVERED STEP AREA @ LAKE

$1,520,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCT AMPHITHEATER & PAVILION

$878,000

3

 

 

CONSTRUCT BOATHOUSE & AMENTITIES

$1,284,000

3

 

 

SIGNAGE AT PARK ENTRANCES

$75,000

3

 

 

IMPROVEMENTS TO POOL & LOCKER BLDG.

$7,471,000

3

 

 

POOL CONCESSION BUILDING

$870,000

3

 

 

IRRIGATION SYSTEM

$207,000

3

 

 

SIGNAGE AND WAYFINDING

$50,000

3

 

 

SITE FURNISHINGS

$120,000

3

 

 

ADDITIONAL BASKETBALL COURTS

$150,000

3

 

 

SKATING RINK IMPROVEMENTS

$400,000

3

 

 

IMPROVE PLAYGROUND AREA

$150,000

3

$20,927,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HYDE PARK

SITE CLEARING & DEMOLITION

$78,601

3

 

 

EARTHWORK & GRADING

$79,330

3

 

 

WATER DISTRIBUTION

$13,210

3

 

 

SANITARY SEWER

$37,848

3

 

 

STORM SEWERS

$137,556

3

 

 

ASPHALT PAVING

$195,811

3

 

 

PERIMETER CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$61,690

3

 

 

INFORMAL GARDEN UNIT PAVERS

$16,409

3

 

 

WALKING PATHS (CRUSHED GRANITE)

$18,931

3

 

 

SALISBURY PLAZA (STAMPED CONCRETE)

$147,780

3

 

 

SALISBURY PLAZA - SEATWALL (CONC)

$226,590

3

 

 

PLAYGROUND

$244,027

3

 

 

ORNAMENTAL FENCING

$177,606

3

 

 

SITE FURNISHINGS & SIGNAGE

$126,120

3

 

 

LANDSCAPING

$245,616

3

 

 

LAKE (CONCRETE RETAINING WALL)

$155,700

3

 

 

LAKE (CAST STONE COPING)

$18,684

3

 

 

BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES

$778,093

3

 

 

ELECTRICAL

$452,880

3

 

 

ART

$31,643

3

 

 

DECORATIVE PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING

$270,000

3

 

 

SODDING

$118,527

3

 

 

RENOVATE EXISTING PARK BUILDINGS

$401,625

3

 

 

OPEN AIR PAVILION W/PORTA-POTTY ENCL

$187,500

3

 

 

NEW STORAGE/RESTROOM PORTA-POTTY

$50,000

3

 

 

DESIGN

$159,795

3

$4,431,572

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

STRODTMAN PARK

REPLACE INTERIOR WALKS

$30,000

3

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$45,000

3

$75,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WINDSOR PARK

UPGRADE COMFORT STATION TO ADA

$125,000

3

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$5,000

3

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAINS

$5,000

3

 

 

RUBBERIZED PLAYGROUND SURFACING

$116,000

3

$251,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEATMAN SQUARE PARK

INSTALL PARK BENCHES

$15,000

3

 

 

RESURFACE TENNIS COURTS

$85,000

3

$100,000

 

 

 

 

 

RUMBOLD PARK

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$4,000

4

 

 

REPLACE BASKETBALL COURT

$55,000

4

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$3,500

4

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$35,000

4

$97,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TANDY PARK

REPAIR ROLLER RINK

$35,000

4

 

 

REPAIR INTERIOR WALKS

$25,000

4

 

 

CONSTRUCT PRESS BOX

$100,000

4

 

 

CONSTRUCT CONCESSION STAND

$200,000

4

 

 

CONSTRUCT STORAGE BUILDING

$115,000

4

$475,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

COLUMBUS SQUARE PARK

REPLACE DECORATIVE LIGHTING

$15,000

5

$15,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DESOTO PARK

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$65,000

5

 

 

REPLACE INTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$74,000

5

 

 

RENOVATE TWO (2) SOCCER FIELDS

$200,000

5

 

 

INSTALLL PARK BENCHES

$10,000

5

 

 

INSTALL DRINKING FOUNTAINS

$10,000

5

$359,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14TH STREET MALL

INSTALL PARK BENCHES

$15,000

5

 

 

INSTALL DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$15,000

5

$30,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FR. FILIPIAK PARK

REPLACE TENNIS COURTS

$200,000

5

$200,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTERCO PLAZA

INSTALL PARK BENCHES

$7,500

5

 

 

INSTALL DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$7,500

5

$15,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JACKSON PLACE PARK

CHIP & SEAL PERIMETER WALKING PATH

$30,000

5

 

 

CONSTRUCT FULL -SIZE BASKETBALL CT.

$85,000

5

$115,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MURPHY PARK

RESURFACE INTERIOR ASPHALT WALKS

$25,000

5

 

 

REPLACE PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT

$150,000

5

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$2,500

5

$177,500

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LORETTA HALL PARK

RESURFACE INTERIOR WALKS

$45,000

5

 

( Carr Square Park )

UPGRADE COMFORT STATION TO ADA

$125,000

5

 

 

CONSTRUCT SPRAY POOL

$45,000

5

 

 

RENOVATE BASKETBALL COURT

$45,000

5

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$75,000

5

$335,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LUCAS GARDEN PARK

DEVELOP MASTER PLAN FOR PARK

$75,000

6

$75,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ST. LOUIS PLACE PARK

RENOVATE COMFORT STATION

$125,000

5

 

 

RESURFACE INTERIOR WALKS

$100,000

5

 

 

REPLACE PARK   BENCHES/TRASH CANS

$35,000

5

$260,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALOE PLAZA

REPLACE EXPOSED AGGREGATE SIDEWALK

$125,000

6

$125,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALOE PLAZA WEST

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$40,000

6

$40,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BUDER PARK

REPAIR BLEACHERS

$15,000

6

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$5,000

6

 

 

REPAIR EXTERIOR WALKS

$50,000

6

 

 

RENOVATE PLAYGROUND

$125,000

6

 

 

RENOVATE BASKETBALL COURT

$5,000

6

$200,000

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

COMPTON HILL PARK

RUSSELL AVENUE PARKING

$2,800

6

 

 

I-44 CORRIDOR LANDSCAPING

$53,000

6

 

 

REMOVE TREES AT DEAD-END

$56,000

6

 

 

RESERVOIR SLOPE RE-SEEDING

$87,000

6

 

 

HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL

$50,000

6

 

 

DOG PARK

$28,000

6

 

 

GARDEN BEDS AT WATER TOWER

$30,000

6

 

 

TENNIS COURT IMPROVEMENTS

$70,000

6

 

 

GRAND  AVENUE EDGE IMPROVEMENTS

$410,000

6

 

 

PUMP HOUSE REMOVAL

$3,500

6

 

 

GROUND IMPROVEMENTS

$190,000

6

 

 

REMOVE PARK MAINTENANCE FACILITY

$15,000

6

 

 

NEW ENTRIES ON NE & SE CORNERS

$118,000

6

 

 

EAST SIDE PARK IMPROVEMENTS

$310,000

6

 

 

SWING AREA

$18,000

6

 

 

PAVILION

$215,000

6

 

 

COMPTON HILL PLACE

$75,000

6

 

 

RUSSELL AVENUE

$115,000

6

 

 

PATHWAYS

$135,000

6

 

 

RESERVOIR OVERLOOKS

$160,000

6

 

 

COMFORT STATION-PAVILION RENOVATION

$145,000

6

 

 

OH & P/CONTINGENCIES/DESIGN FEES

$1,425,000

6

$3,711,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EADS SQUARE PARK

PAINT PERIMETER FENCE

$62,000

6

 

 

RE-BUILD TENNIS COURTS & ELECTRIC

$300,000

6

$362,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

FOX PARK

 BASKETBALL COURT

$80,000

6

 

 

CONSTRUCT SPRAY AREA

$100,000

6

 

 

RENOVATE CONCESSION BLDG.

$245,000

6

 

 

ADA UPGRADE TO COMFORT STATION

$125,000

6

$550,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAMBO PARK

PLAYGROUND RENOVATION

$100,000

6

 

 

REPAIR MULTI-PURPOSE COURT

$45,000

6

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$15,000

6

$160,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GATEWAY MALL PLAZAS

REPAIR DAMAGE SIDEWALKS

$20,000

7

 

 

REPLACE TRASH RECEPTACLES

$15,000

7

$35,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAUFMANN PARK

REPLACE INT /EXT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$45,000

7

$45,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KIENER PLAZA

REPLACE INT /EXT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$35,000

7

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$15,000

7

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$75,000

7

$125,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAFAYETTE PARK

PATH SYSTEM

$655,000

7

 

 

SIGNAGE

$60,000

7

 

 

AMENITIES

$435,000

7

 

 

GARDENS & LANDSCAPING

$711,000

7

 

 

WEST LAKE

$465,000

7

 

 

GROTTO

$940,000

7

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

  LAFAYETTE PARK

CENTRAL LAKE

$1,114,000

7

 

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MULTI-PURPOSE RECREATION FIELD

$429,000

7

 

 

GREENSFELDER FIELD

$800,000

7

 

 

MUSIC STAND/SEATING AREA

$690,000

7

 

 

HISTORIC FEATURES

$3,800,000

7

 

 

BOATHOUSE RENOVATION

$1,925,000

7

$12,024,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAY AMPHITHEATER

REPLACE STONEWORK AT FOUNTAIN

$100,000

7

$100,000

 

AND STAIRCASES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESTRES PARK

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$4,000

7

 

 

REPLACE INTERIOR WALKS

$35,000

7

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE SIDEWALK

$45,000

7

$84,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEMORIAL PLAZA

REPLACE INTERIOR/EXTERIOR WALKS

$500,000

7

$500,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POELKER PARK

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$55,000

7

 

 

REPLACE IRRIGATION SYSTEM

$35,000

7

$90,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PONTIAC SQUARE PARK

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$4,000

7

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$2,500

7

 

 

REPLACE INT /EXT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$80,000

7

$86,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

RAY LEISURE PARK

PLAYGROUND RENOVATION

$125,000

7

 

 

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$15,000

7

 

 

RESURFACE INTERIOR WALKS

$45,000

7

 

 

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAIN

$7,500

7

$192,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERRA SCULPTURE PARK

REPLACE IRRIGATION SYSTEM

$35,000

7

 

 

REPAIR PERIMETER CONCRETE WALKS

$25,000

7

$60,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOULARD PARK

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAINS

$5,000

7

 

 

ADA UPGRADE BANDSTAND RESTROOMS

$125,000

7

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$45,000

7

$175,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WASHINGTON SQ. PARK

REPLACE IRRIGATION SYSTEM

$60,000

7

 

 

REPLACE CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$200,000

7

$260,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOWER GROVE PARK

REBUILD (12) TENNIS COURTS

$608,000

8 & 15

 

 

REPLACE TENNIS COURT FENCE

$20,000

8 & 15

 

 

REFURBISH GRASS TENNIS COURTS

$340,000

8 & 15

 

 

REFURBISH (4) PARK BATHROOMS

$450,000

8 & 15

 

 

REFORESTATION IMPROVEMENTS

$400,000

8 & 15

 

 

LANDSCAPE AND GROUND RENOVATION

$100,000

8 & 15

 

 

RECONSTRUCT PARK ROADWAYS

$2,180,000

8 & 15

 

 

(Curbs, Roads, Walking Paths)

 

 

 

 

RECONSTRUCT STORM SEWER INTLETS

$47,000

8 & 15

 

 

REPAIR STONE BRIDGES

$238,000

8 & 15

 

 

MASONRY REPAIR TO BLDGS. & ENTRANCES

$612,000

8 & 15

 

 

STREET LIGHT REPLACMENT AND REPAIR

$340,000

8 & 15

 

 

HVAC BUILDING REPAIRS AND UPGRADES

$235,000

8 & 15

 

 

REPAINT HISTORIC STRUCTURES

$430,000

8 & 15

$6,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUSSIE PARK

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$7,500

9

$7,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BENTON   PARK

REPLACE PARK BENCHES

$20,000

9

 

 

REPLACE PARK TRASH RECEPTACLES

$20,000

9

 

 

RENOVATE SPRAY POOL

$27,000

9

 

 

REPLACE INT /EXT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS

$100,000

9

 

 

RENOVATE TENNIS COURTS

$75,000

9

$242,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL NEEDS - NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

FISCAL YEAR 2012

PARK NAME

IMPROVEMENT

COST

WARD

TOTAL

CARNEGIE PLAYGROUND

REPLACE DRINKING FOUNTAINS

$3,500

9

 

 

REPLACE EXTERIOR CONCRETE WALKS

$35,000

9

$38,500