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BOARD BILL NO. [12] 01

INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN LEWIS REED, LYDA KREWSON

An ordinance making appropriation for payment of Interest, Expenses and Principal of the City's Bonded Indebtedness, establishing City tax rates, and making appropriation for current year expenses of the City Government, Water Division, St. Louis Airport Commission, Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Health Care Trust Fund, Use Tax Excess Trust Fund, Building Demolition Fund, Assessor, Victim's Fund, Communications Division, City Employee Pension Trust Fund, Forest Park Fund, Child Support Unit (Circuit Attorney's Office), Circuit Attorney Training and Collection Fee Funds, Port Administration, Peace Officer Training Fund, Capital Improvement Projects Fund, Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund, Metro Parks Sales Tax Fund, Centralized Mailroom and Equipment Services Fuel Internal Service Funds, Tourism Fund, Lateral Sewer Fund, Public Safety Trust Fund, Public Safety Sales Tax Trust Fund, Local Parks Fund, Neighborhood Parks Fund, BJC/City Trust Fund, Miscellaneous Special Funds, Trustee Lease Fund, Riverfront Gaming Fund, Various Grant Funds, Tax Increment District Special Allocation Fund, City Convention and Sports Facility Trust Fund and Employee Benefits Fund (Department of Personnel); for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of Nine Hundred Sixty Six Million, Seven Hundred Forty Seven Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Dollars ($966,747,999) which sum is hereby appropriated from Revenue and Special Funds named for the purposes hereinafter enumerated and containing an emergency clause.

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

SECTION ONE.

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Interest and Sinking Fund Revenue the sum of Five Million, Seven Hundred Three Thousand, Six Hundred Twenty Nine Dollars ($5,703,629) for the payment during the Fiscal Year of INTEREST, EXPENSES AND PRINCIPAL due on the CITY BONDED INDEBTEDNESS, as hereinafter detailed.

FUND 1311 GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT SERVICE FUND

Account  Total
Code   Purpose Amounts
For Payment of INTEREST DUE
this Fiscal Year on Outstanding bonds
of the Following Issues:
Amount
Outstanding
Authorization
Ordinance
Bonds
Dated

General Obligation Bonds:

5756000 $27,980,000 64641 June 16, 2005 $1,334,325
$10,975,000 67176 Nov.16, 2006  $444,304
SUBTOTAL-INTEREST $1,778,629
5757000
    
  
 
 For Payment when Authorized by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of EXPENSES Arising in Connection with the City's Bonded Debt $20,000
For Payment of PRINCIPAL as it matures this Fiscal Year on Outstanding Bonds of the Following Issue:
Amount
Outstanding
Authorization
Ordinance
Bonds Dated
General Obligation Bonds
5755000 $27,980,000 64641 June 16, 2005 $3,450,000
$10,975,000 67176 November 16, 2005 $455,000
SUBTOTAL PRINCIPAL  $3,905,000
TOTAL FUND 1311 .  $5,703,629

SECTION TWO

Under and by authority of Section 3 of Article XVI of the Charter, there are hereby levied the following rates of the City taxes for the year 2011 on the assessed valuation of all real and personal property within the City made taxable by law for State purposes, to wit:

(1) For municipal purposes, ninety and two hundredths cents ($.9002) on each One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation of real and tangible personal property.

(2) For county purposes within the City, thirty two and forty seven hundredths cents ($.3247) on each One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation of real and tangible personal property.

(3) For hospital purposes, nine and twenty six hundredths cents ($.0926) on each One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation of real and tangible personal property.

(4) For public health purposes, one and eighty six hundredths cents ($.0186) on each One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation of real and tangible personal property.

(5) For recreation purposes, one and eighty six hundredths cents ($.0186) on each One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation of real and tangible personal property.

SECTION THREE

FUND 1010 GENERAL FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Four Hundred Sixty Four Million, Seven Hundred Eighty Seven Thousand, Seven Hundred Eighty One Dollars ($464,787,781) which appropriation consists of Four Hundred Twenty Four Million, Sixty Seven Thousand, Seven Hundred Eighty One Dollars ($424,067,781) from Municipal Revenue Funds, Nine Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,500,000) from the State Gasoline Tax, Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) from Motor Vehicle Sales Taxes, Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000) from the Transportation Tax Fund Interest, Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) from the Improved Wharf Fund for the DEPARTMENT OF STREETS, One Million, Five Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($1,570,000) from the Communications Fund, Five Million, Forty Five Thousand Dollars ($5,045,000) from the Tourism Fund for the CERVANTES CONVENTION CENTER, Seven Million, Five Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($7,550,000) from the City Convention and Sports Facility Trust Fund, for the purposes set forth in 67.657.10 R.S.Mo. (1992 Supp.) and for no other purposes whatsoever and Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($35,000) from Sheriff's Auction proceeds, Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000) from the Drug Court Fund, Two Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($225,000) in payments from the Land Reutilization Authority, Thirteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($13,500,000) from the City Employee Pension Trust Fund for purposes set forth in Ordinance No. 67815, and authorizing and directing the Collector of Revenue, pursuant to 67.657.9 R.S.Mo. (1992 Supp.), by contract or otherwise, to collect the taxes authorized under the provisions of 67.657.8 R.S.Mo. (1992 Supp.) The aforementioned sums to be utilized for the Support, Maintenance and Operations of the Several Departments, Boards, Offices, etc. of the City Government for the ensuing year as hereinafter detailed.

SECTION FOUR

FUND 1110 LOCAL USE TAX TRUST FUNDS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of accrued local use tax revenues and local use tax revenues allocated notwithstanding the provisions of Ordinance No. 65609 the following: Five Million, Thirty Seven Thousand, One Hundred Seventy Six Dollars ($5,037,176) from the AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST FUND to the AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMISSION for providing for the development and preservation of affordable and accessible housing, Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) from the HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND for public health care services provided through a City contract with ConnectCare, One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) from the USE TAX DEMOLITION FUND to the BUILDING COMMISSIONER for demolition of derelict buildings, and Ordinance No. 65609 Notwithstanding support of Building Demolition and Board Up Fund 1116 and Twenty Million, Three Hundred Two Thousand, Eight Hundred Seventy Dollars ($20,302,870) from the USE TAX EXCESS TRUST FUND consisting of Seven Million, Six Hundred Seventy One Thousand, Five Hundred Three Dollars ($7,671,503), including Department of Personnel costs, for public health care services of the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HOSPITALS, Two Million, Two Hundred Ninety Thousand, One Hundred Thirty Six Dollars ($2,290,136) and Six Hundred Sixty Six Thousand, Three Hundred Seventy Five Dollars ($666,375) for neighborhood preservation efforts of the BUILDING DIVISION and REFUSE DIVISION respectively, Eight Million, Eight Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($8,840,000) for public safety efforts of the METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS POLICE DEPARTMENT, and Three Hundred Thirty Four Thousand, Eight Hundred Fifty Six Dollars ($334,856) for emergency housing Administrative Services of the DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Ordinance No. 65609, One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, and One Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) from the Use Tax Demolition Fund are allocated to the Use Tax Excess Trust Fund for the appropriations as hereinafter detailed.

FUND 1111 CONVENTION AND TOURISM FUNDS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of revenues derived from taxes and license fees under Ordinance No. 56263, and other revenues deposited to the Tourism Fund, the sum of Five Million, One Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($5,180,000) for expenditure by the CONVENTION AND TOURISM BUREAU for the purposes listed in Section 3.64.020 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis, 1980 Annotated; provided, however, that any contract approved by the Convention and Tourism Bureau providing for payment to any one corporation or organization in excess of or aggregating in excess of $100,000 during any one fiscal year of the City shall be subject to the concurrence of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, which concurrence shall be evidenced by resolution of such Board adopted after request of the Convention and Tourism Bureau, or by specific inclusion in this Budget Ordinance. There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Seven Million, Five Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($7,550,000) from the funds deposited in the City Convention and SPORTS FACILITY TRUST FUND, for the purposes set forth in 67.657.10 R.S.Mo. (1992 Supp.) and for no other purpose whatsoever. Revenues accruing to the Convention and Sports Facility Trust Fund in excess of the appropriated amount may be remitted to the General Fund for purposes consistent with the statute up to the amount of excess revenues available.

FUND 1115 ASSESSMENT FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart for the Assessor's Office the sum of Four Million, Two Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand, Seven Hundred Eighty Three Dollars ($4,269,783) which appropriation consists of Two Million, Six Hundred Twenty Nine Thousand, Seven Hundred Eighty Three Dollars ($2,629,783) from the ASSESSMENT FUND and One Million, Six Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($1,640,000) from the General Fund Appropriation.

FUND 1116 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL FUNDS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Thirteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($13,500,000) in telephone gross receipts tax revenues for the City Employee Pension Trust Fund for purposes set forth by Ordinance No. 67815, Two Hundred Sixty Nine Thousand, One Hundred Thirty Six Dollars ($269,136) in Building Demolition Fund Revenues for the Problem Properties Unit of the CITY COUNSELOR'S OFFICE, One Million, Two Hundred Thirty Three Thousand, Two Hundred Thirty One Dollars ($1,233,231) in rent revenues and subsidies to the COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE for the operation of the Gateway Transportation Center, One Million, Four Hundred Thirty One Thousand, Five Hundred One Dollars ($1,431,501) received into the FOREST PARK FUND for improvements to Forest Park and consistent with Ordinance 64437 whereas one of the "funding sources policies" approved by the Board of Aldermen and adopted by the Community Development Commission in Section 2.4 of the Goals and Policies called upon the City to "Consider applying all revenue generated from Forest Park to activities, improvements and operations within Forest Park" and notwithstanding Section 5.74.030 of the Revised Code to the contrary, utility payments for facilities located within the park, provided however that the Round Up funds appropriated by this ordinance shall only be expended for a project, or projects, proposed by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Forestry and approved by resolution of the Committee on Parks & Environmental Affairs of the Board of Aldermen pursuant to Ordinance 62196, which is codified as Chapter 5.76 R.C., 1994, Annotated, Two Hundred Fifty Three Thousand, Four Hundred Eighty Nine Thousand Dollars ($253,489) from private sources for Forest Park tree trimming efforts of the FORESTY DIVISION, Two Million, One Hundred Ten Thousand, Two Hundred Forty Seven Dollars ($2,110,247) out of the PARENT LOCATOR FUND for the operation of the CHILD SUPPORT UNIT of the Circuit Attorney's Office, Two Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500) for the CIRCUIT ATTORNEY'S TRAINING FUND, One Hundred Sixty One Thousand, Two Hundred Twenty Dollars ($161,220) from revenues generated by the Circuit Attorney from the collection of delinquent taxes to fund the collection effort, Sixty Eight Thousand, One Hundred Eighty Four Dollars ($68,184) from Special Purpose Funds for CIRCUIT ATTORNEY initiatives related to HUD Communities, Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) for the Judicial Education Fund of CITY COURTS, Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($7,500) for the CITY COURTS Appointed Counsel Fund, Four Hundred Nineteen Thousand, Four Hundred Forty Two Dollars ($419,442) from CHILDREN SERVICES FUND revenues for programs for juveniles at the Juvenile Division of the 22nd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, One Hundred Forty Four Thousand, Nine Hundred Forty Two Dollars ($144,942) from fees generated by the Street Excavation Restoration Program for the STREETS DEPARTMENT to be used solely for materials and equipment required to properly seal pavement joints following street excavations, One Hundred Two Thousand, Eight Hundred Seventy Three Dollars ($102,873) from the Metro Trash Fund for Refuse Division Trash Collection at Metro Facilities, Two Million, Two Hundred Eighty Two Thousand Dollars ($2,282,000) from Improved Wharf Fund revenues to fund the PORT AUTHORITY Budget, One Million, Twenty Five Thousand, Five Hundred Fourteen Dollars ($1,025,514) from Lead Remediation Funds for BUILDING COMMISSIONER oversight of Lead Remediation Efforts, Two Hundred Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($275,000) from revenues received pursuant to Ordinance No. 61294 and deposited into the Police Training Fund Account for the sole purpose of training of peace officers, Two Hundred Seventy One Thousand, Six Hundred Thirty Seven Dollars ($271,637) from general fund payments into the Police Communications Support Fund for Police Department Maintenance of City Communications Systems, Nine Thousand Dollars ($9,000) from Animal Registration Fees for neuter assistance and education efforts of the ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL DIVISION, One Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand Dollars ($128,000) from Medicaid Reimbursements for Lead Testing efforts of the City Health Division, One Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars ($120,000) which appropriation consists of Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000) from court costs pursuant to Ordinance 62751, for the purpose of providing operating expenses for shelters to battered persons and Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000) from Marriage and Marriage Dissolution Fees pursuant to Ordinance 58745 for the purpose of providing financial assistance to shelter for victims of domestic violence pursuant to Section 455.000 to 455.230, R.S.Mo., 1996, Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($450,000) from utility company payments for the energy and utility program administered by the DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, One Million, Six Hundred Fourteen Thousand, Three Hundred Four Dollars ($1,614,304) received pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 62830 and other revenues deposited into the Building Demolition Fund to be used to finance demolition and board up of dangerous buildings. Notwithstanding, the provisions of Ordinance 62830, the Building Commissioner is hereby authorized to expend monies by contract or otherwise for the purposes set forth in Ordinance 62830 and to effect transfers between accounts in Fund 1116, Department 620 for the purpose of providing for necessary operating expenses of the Building Division in accordance with the transfer provisions of this Ordinance and in addition to the above appropriation, any funds received subject to refund pursuant to Ordinance No. 63838 are to be refunded according to the provisions of said ordinance, and Seven Hundred Eighty Three Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety Two Dollars ($783,992) to pay salaries and benefits of personnel of the DEPARTMENT OF THE PRESIDENT, BOARD OF PUBLIC SERVICE for special project design and construction supervision services subject to the availability of funds from those special projects.

FUND 1117 COMMUNICATIONS FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Nine Hundred Fifty Four Thousand, Seven Hundred Forty Dollars ($954,740) from the Communications Division Fund and anticipated revenues for the operations and expenses of the COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION-DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES as hereinafter detailed.

FUND 1118 LATERAL SEWER FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of anticipated revenues to the Lateral Sewer Fund the sum of Two Million, Seven Hundred Eighty Two Thousand, Four Hundred Seventy Four Dollars ($2,782,474) for the operations and expenses of the Lateral Sewer Program.

FUND 1120 PUBLIC SAFETY TRUST FUND

There is hereby appropriated out of Graduated Business License Tax revenues allocated according to the provisions of Ordinance 67193 the following: Five Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand, Four Hundred Ninety Five Dollars ($537,495) for enhanced, and not withstanding Ordinance 67193, existing problem properties and nuisance crime prosecution efforts of the CITY COUNSELOR'S OFFICE, Five Hundred Fifty Three Thousand Dollars ($553,000) for enhanced criminal prosecution efforts of the CIRCUIT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, and Two Million, One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,100,000) for enhanced police services and notwithstanding Ordinance 67193 other operations of the ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT.

FUND 1121 RIVERFRONT GAMING FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Eleven Million, Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($11,900,000) out of revenues received from fees pursuant to 313.820 and 313.822 R.S. Mo. for the purposes of providing for the safety of the public visiting excursion gambling boats, payments to the Port Authority, and the purchase of capital equipment and improvements, as hereinafter detailed.

FUND 1122 SPECIAL PARK FUNDS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from revenues in the Local Parks Fund, Four Million, Seven Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Eighty Five Dollars ($4,737,585) to the DIRECTOR OF PARKS for the purpose of funding construction and maintenance of new and existing recreation centers and recreation programs pursuant to Ordinance No. 67195. There is hereby appropriated and set apart from payments from general revenue into the Neighborhood Parks Fund to the DIRECTOR OF PARKS for park improvements, One Million, Five Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Dollars ($1,599,999) pursuant to Ordinance No. 67477. There is hereby appropriated and set apart from revenues deposited into the BJC/City Trust Fund, Two Million, Thirty Three Thousand, Three Hundred Sixty Two Dollars ($2,033,362) to the DIVISION OF PARKS for maintenance of Forest Park pursuant to Ordinance No. 67477.

FUND 1123 CITY PUBLIC SAFETY PROTECTION SALES TAX FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from revenues in the City Public Safety Protection Sales Tax Fund per Ordinance 67794 Nineteen Million, Seven Hundred Nineteen Thousand, Seven Hundred Fifty Three Dollars ($19,719,753) consisting of Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000) for police pensions and Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000) for firefighters' pensions in the Public Safety Pension Trust Sub-Account, Three Million, Two Hundred Fourteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety Five Dollars ($3,214,995) and One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for costs of FY09 salary increases for police and police civilian employees of the Police Department and firefighters respectively, Three Million, Five Hundred Five Thousand, Five Dollars ($3,505,005) for a portion of the costs of compensating and providing benefits including pension funding for that number of new police officers, if established by the board of police commissioners as provided by law, which would result in a police force of approximately One Thousand Four Hundred (1,400) officers and Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand, Seven Hundred Fifty Three Dollars ($999,753) for crime prevention programs, of which Six Hundred Sixty Four Thousand, Six Hundred Seventy Five Dollars ($664,675), is to be administered by resolution of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen with approval of the Public Safety Committee and overseen by the City's Public Safety Department, and notwithstanding Ordinance 67794, Three Hundred Thirty Five Thousand, Seventy Eight Dollars ($335,078) is to be allocated as a subsidy of the 22nd Judicial Circuit Drug Court.

FUNDS 1140 THROUGH 1169 FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS

Funds appropriated by this ordinance as federal and state grants, identified as Fund #1140 through Fund #1169, may be expended up to the amount of appropriation, subject only to the availability of funds from the funding agencies.

FUND 1217 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND

Pursuant to Ordinance No. 60419, there is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Fourteen Million, Four Hundred Sixteen Thousand, One Hundred Dollars ($14,416,100), from Capital Fund sources as follows: Five Million, Five Thousand, Forty Dollars ($5,005,040) in transfers from the General Fund, One Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) from Courthouse Restoration Funds, Six Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($630,000) from the state gasoline tax for improvements of streets and bridges, Six Million, Seven Hundred Fourteen Thousand, Five Hundred Twenty Five Dollars ($6,714,525) from the Riverfront Gaming Fund, Two Hundred Seventeen Thousand Dollars ($217,000) in reimbursements from the Convention and Visitors Commission for Lease Purchase Payments and Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000) from the sale of city assets all for the purchase of capital equipment and improvements, as detailed in Exhibit A and authorizing the Board of E & A to enter into Lease Purchase agreements for various assets in an amount not to exceed Thirty Five Million Dollars ($35,000,000) subject to annual appropriation for a term not to exceed ten years, to expend such amounts for various assets including capital equipment and building improvements and granting a security interest and providing for maintenance and pre-payment in the event of default and providing for such other and reasonable, customary terms as necessary. Notwithstanding the provisions of Ordinance No. 60419 as amended by Ordinance No. 61250, the Capital Fund amount of one-half of any General Fund balance from the immediately preceding fiscal year credited to the Capital Fund shall be interpreted as one-half of the General Fund operating balance, provided that such operating balance is greater than zero, of the immediately preceding fiscal year. The signatures of the President of the Board of Public Service, the Chair of the Capital Committee and the Comptroller shall be required for commitment of money from this fund.

FUND 1218 TRUSTEE LEASE FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from funds on deposit in Trustee Lease accounts including funds transferred into this fund for payment of pension debt obligations, and revenues generated from such funds, the amount of Seven Million, Thirteen Thousand, One Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($7,013,117) for payments on various lease debt agreements of the City, and for project costs as appropriate.

FUND 1219 METRO PARKS SALES TAX FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of One Million, Eight Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand Dollars, ($1,837,000) from revenues received from the Metro Parks Sales Tax, for park purposes including improvements, establishment, administration, operation and maintenance as detailed in Exhibits H and I.

FUND 1220 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS SALES TAX TRUST FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart the sum of Nineteen Million, Seven Hundred Forty Eight Thousand, Three Hundred Twenty Four Dollars ($19,748,324) from revenues in the Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund, for the following purposes and in the following amounts, as detailed in Exhibits B through G, Seven Million, Two Hundred Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($7,235,000) for capital improvements in the 28 wards of the City, Three Million, One Hundred Seventy Two Thousand, Two Hundred Dollars ($3,172,200) for capital improvements in six major parks, One Million, Eight Hundred Sixty Six Dollars ($1,866,000) for debt service payments and, notwithstanding the provisions of Section Nine of Ordinance No. 62885, other capital improvements related to the Police Department, Six Million, Three Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand, One Hundred Twenty Four Dollars ($6,328,124) for City wide capital improvements, One Million, Ninety Thousand Dollars ($1,090,000) for salaries and expenses of the DEPARTMENT OF THE PRESIDENT, BOARD OF PUBLIC SERVICE and the DEPARTMENT OF STREETS for design and engineering costs related to capital improvement projects. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, and the provisions of Section Nine of Ordinance 62885, approved June 4, 1993, and any other ordinance to the contrary, revenues in each of the sub-accounts for the Ward Improvement Account of the Capital Improvements Account of the Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund No. 1220, may be transferred, deposited and used only within another sub-account of the Ward Improvement Account of the Capital Improvements Account of the Capital Improvements Sales Tax Trust Fund 1220, for purposes and uses as required by ordinance 62885, upon the recommendation of the Alderpersons of the Wards which sub-accounts will be so transferred and deposited, and upon the recommendation and approval of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment. Also notwithstanding Section Eight of Ordinance 62885, Revenues Received Pursuant to the Tax Authorized by said ordinance during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013 shall be allocated as follows: Five Million, Nine Hundred Forty Nine Thousand, Eight Dollars ($5,949,800) to the City Wide Capital Improvements Account, Six Million, Two Hundred Eighty Five Thousand Dollars ($6,285,000) to the Ward Improvements Account, Two Million, Eight Hundred Forty Nine Thousand, Two Hundred Dollars ($2,849,200) to the Major Parks Capital Improvements Account, One Million, Six Hundred Seventy Six Thousand Dollars ($1,676,000) to the Police Department's Capital Improvement Account and One Million, Ninety Thousand Dollars ($1,090,000) for salaries and expenses of the Department of President BPS and Department of Streets for design and engineering costs related to capital improvement projects. All sales tax revenues received in excess of the total of these amounts are to be allocated as specified in section eight of Ordinance 62885.

FUND 1411 CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS HOTEL SPECIAL ALLOCATION FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart all funds deposited in the PILOTS Account, Economic Activities Taxes (EATS) Account, and the Additional Revenues Account of the Convention Headquarters Hotel Special Allocation Fund to be used in accordance with the Application for Section 108 Loan Guarantee Assistance (1998A Revised and Amended).

FUND 1413 TAX INCREMENT FINANCINGS/MODESA

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from administrative fees received from Special Allocation Funds of Tax Increment Financing Districts the amount of Five Hundred Seven Thousand, Eight Thirty Four Dollars ($507,834) for TIF related administrative and accounting functions of the Comptroller's Office. There is hereby appropriated and set apart all funds deposited in the PILOT Account and the Economic Activity Taxes Account (EATS) of the 600 Washington Tax Increment District Special Allocation Fund to be used for payment of principal and interest associated on the LCRA Recovery Zone Facility Special Obligation Redevelopment Bonds Series 2010, respectively. There is hereby appropriated and set apart all funds deposited in the PILOT Account and Economic Activity Taxes (EATS) account of the following Tax Increment District Funds such funds to be used to fund Public Projects within each district respectively:

1) 500 N. Kingshighway
2) 4249 Michigan
3) Argyle
4) Ford Building
5) Compton-Chouteau
6) Edison Brothers
7) 100 N. Condominium
8) Emerging Technology
9) 3800 Park
10) Gravois Plaza
11) Lafayette Square
12) Old Post Office
13) 4200 Laclede
14) MLK Development
15) Tech Electronics
16) 1505 Missouri
17) Grand Center
18) Walter Knoll
19) Loudermann Building
20) 920 Olive/1000 Locust
21) Grace Lofts
22) Paul Brown/Arcade
23) 1141 Seventh Street
24) Terra Cotta Annex
25) 1312 Washington Ave
26) Southtown Redevelopment
27) 2500 S. 18th Street
28) Soulard Apartments
29) Printer Lofts
30) City Hospital RPA 1
31) Fashion Square
32) 1601 Washington Ave
33) 1619 Washington Ave
34) Highlands at Forest Park
35) Security Building
36) Catlin Townhomes
37) Shenandoah Place
38) 1133 Washington
39) Maryland Plaza South
40) 410 N. Jefferson
41) Barton Street Lofts
42) Warehouse of Fixtures
43) Maryland Plaza North
44) Marquette Building
45) Gaslight Square East
46) 1136 Washington
47) Washington East Condos
48) Bottle District
49) Automobile Row I
50) Laclede Power House
51) 1300 Convention Plaza
52) Mississippi Place
53) Loughborough Commons
54) 5700 Arsenal
55) Adler Lofts
56) Dogtown Walk II
57) East Bank Lofts
58) 2300 Locust
59) Pet Building
60) Moon Brothers Lofts
61) Hadley Dean
62) 1635 Washington
63) 3949 Lindell
64) Ely Walker Lofts
65) West Town Lofts
66) Southside National Bank
67) Packard Lofts
68) Bee Hat
69) Delmar East Loop
70) 6175-81Delmar
71) Delmar Loop Center North
72) Syndicate Trust Bldg
73) Ludwig Lofts
74) Euclid/Buckingham
75) Union Club
76) Park Pacific (Both)
77) 2200 Gravois
78) 600 Washington
79) 4100 Forest Park II
80) Jefferson Arms (Both)
81) Grand/Cozen/Evans
82) Ballpark Lofts
83) GEW Lofts
84) 1818 Washington
85) Ball Park Village (Both)
86) Foundry
87) Grand & Shenandoah
88) City Hospital RPA III
89) Mercantile Library MODESA)
90) Dillards (MODESA)
91) Arcade Bulding (MODESA)
92) Leather Trade Building
93) N. Broadway Carrie
94) Nadira Place
95) 1910 Locust
96) 1900 Washington
97) 1549-1601 S. Jefferson
98) LaSalle Building
99) 1001 Locust
100) South Carondelet #1
101) South Carondelet #2
102) South Carondelet #3
103) City Hospital RPA II
104) Laural/555 Washington
105) South Carondelet #4
106) The Magnolia-Thurman
107) 4900 Manchester
108) 3693 Forest Park
109) 375 South Grand
110) Midtown Lofts
111) REO Lofts
112) Sky Wheel St Louis
113) 1225 Washington
114) Chemical Building
115) Chouteau Crossing
116) Taylor Carrie
117) Northside Regeneration
118) 1111 Olive
119) Railway Exchange Building
120) 2727 Washington

Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in the MLK Plaza TIF Special Allocation Fund in the amount of 25% of incremental sales taxes not otherwise appropriated herein. In addition to the amounts appropriated above for the Old Post Office TIF District, revenues in the amount of 34.25% of EATS generated by activities within Old Post Office Redevelopment Area are appropriated and set apart in the Old Post Office TIF special allocation fund, plus an amount equivalent to the actual amount of taxes generated by economic activities within the Old Post Office Redevelopment Area received by the City and deposited into the City's general fund in the calendar year ended December 31, 2001, up to the amount of $50,000. Additionally, all remaining EATS generated by economic activities within Southtown Redevelopment Area and 600 Washington Redevelopment area and not otherwise appropriated herein are appropriated and set apart in the Southtown Redevelopment TIF special allocation fund and 600 Washington Redevelopment TIF Special Allocation Fund, respectively. Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in The Laurel/555 Washington Special Allocation Fund in an amount equal to revenues received by the City from taxes imposed on sales or charges for sleeping rooms paid by transient guests of hotels and motels within the Laurel/555 Washington Redevelopment Area. Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in the Railway Exchange Building Special Allocation Fund in an amount equal to (a) 100% of all sales tax revenue received by the City and generated by the Macy's Department Store in calendar year 2009 and (b) 100% of all City EATs not otherwise appropriated herein and generated from the Railway Exchange Building Redevelopment Area.

FUND 1414 OTHER REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart access payments to the Merchant's Laclede Transportation Development District in an amount equal to seventy-five percent (75%) of the revenues for sales tax, including the 1.375% general fund sales tax, .5% transportation sales tax, .5% capital improvement sales tax, collected in the district. Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in the Schnucks Ninth Street Garage Special Allocation Fund in an amount equal to 50% of revenues received by the City from taxes imposed from the general municipal sales taxes, the capital improvement sales tax, the transportation sales tax, the Metro Parks District Tax, the Parks and Recreation tax, the Earnings Tax, the Payroll Expense Tax and the Restaurant Gross Receipts Tax; all with any successor. Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in the Earnings and Payroll Tax Reimbursement Account-1821 Chestnut Development, St. Louis Missouri in an amount equal to fifty per cent (50%) of the "Incremental Increase" (as that term is defined in that certain Cooperation Agreement between the City and WellPoint Companies Inc., as authorized by Ordinance No. 68432), as, and when received by the City. Additionally, revenues are appropriated and set apart in the Earnings and Payroll Tax Reimbursement Account-100 South Fourth Street Development, St. Louis, Missouri in an amount equal to fifty per cent (50%) of the "Incremental Increase" (as that term is defined in that certain Cooperation Agreement between the City and Polsinelli Shughart, PC, as authorized by Ordinance No. 68642), as, and when received by the City. The Board of Aldermen hereby appropriates the Building Financing Allowance from the Buildout Financing Allowance Account, as such terms are used and defined in the Development Agreement dated as of March 1, 2011 by and between the City and Peabody Investments Corp. and the Sublease Agreement dated as of March 1, 2011 by and between the City and Peabody Investments Corp., both of which documents were approved by Ordinance No. 68701. Additionally, revenues are appropriated from the "501 North Broadway Earnings and Payroll Tax Reimbursement Account", in an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the "Incremental Increase" of earnings, payroll and net profit taxes generated by the developer in an amount in excess of $915,000 per calendar year as and when received by the City, (as authorized by Ordinance 69035). The Board of Aldermen hereby appropriates the Building Financing Allowance Account, as such terms are used and defined in the Development agreement dated as of January 1, 2012 by and between the City and Ralcorp Holdings, Inc. and the sublease agreement dated as of January 1, 2012, by and between the City and Ralcorp Holdings, Inc., both of which documents were approved by Ordinance 69033.

FUND 1510 WATER DIVISION ENTERPRISE FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Waterworks Revenue and from Various Accounts as set forth in Section Six (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) of Ordinance No. 49382 approved March 20, 1955, and Ordinance No. 51378 approved June 22, 1962, and Ordinance No. 55581 approved April 2, 1979, the sum of Fifty Five Million, Eight Hundred Six Thousand, Nine Hundred Eighty Seven Dollars ($55,806,987) for the WATER DIVISION.

FUND 1511 THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS AIRPORT ENTERPRISE FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of Airport Revenue from the Various Accounts set forth in Section 11 (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) of Ordinance No. 54999 approved March 19, 1968, the sum of One Hundred Sixty Eight Million, Four Hundred Sixty One Thousand, Six Hundred Seventy Dollars ($168,461,670) for the CITY OF ST. LOUIS AIRPORT COMMISSION.

FUND 1611 CENTRALIZED MAILROOM INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from revenues received for mailroom services and from line item appropriations contained within this ordinance, the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty Seven Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy Seven Dollars ($827,277) for the operations of the Centralized Mail Room as an internal service fund.

FUND 1612 EQUIPMENT SERVICES INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

The is hereby appropriated and set apart from revenues received from providing fuel to various city departments and agencies from line item appropriations contained within this ordinance, the sum of Four Million, Eight Hundred Forty Five Thousand Dollars ($4,845,000) for the purchase of gasoline and diesel fuel.

FUND 1613 - 1719 CITY EMPLOYEES HEALTH & HOSPITAL PLAN FUNDS

There is hereby appropriated and set apart from funds deposited into the CITY EMPLOYEES HEALTH AND HOSPITAL PLAN FUNDS the sum of Forty Four Million, Twenty Three Thousand, Two Hundred Eighty One Dollars ($44,023,281) for the operations of the Employee Benefits Section of the Department of Personnel.

SECTION FIVE

Pursuant to 393.275 R.S.Mo., 2000, the tax rate of any business license tax on the gross receipts of utility corporations imposed pursuant to Ordinances No. 58976 and No. 58977 shall be maintained at the rates provided in such ordinances.

SECTION SIX

Funds appropriated to Department 190-City Wide Accounts for contractual services shall not be expended without specific approval of that purpose by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment. Such approval shall be evidenced by a majority vote of said Board for each specific expenditure. Such approval by said Board shall be required in addition to the Board's approval of this budget ordinance.

SECTION SEVEN

By this ordinance, the Comptroller is directed to cause to be made any appropriation transfer within or between or among departments or divisions or funds if such transfers are not more than $250,000 per occurrence and if they are approved by a majority of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment. For those transfers within a department or division that are between or among accounts in a single account group, the transfers may be made without prior approval of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, if not more than $250,000 per occurrence and if approved by the Comptroller and Budget Director. Single account groups for these purposes shall be limited to the following: materials and supplies, rental and non-capital leases, non-capital equipment, capital assets and contractual and other services.

SECTION EIGHT

The Comptroller is hereby authorized to pay obligations incurred prior to July 1, 2012 from previously appropriated funds which have been set aside for the purpose of honoring legally incurred obligations and identified as a reserve for prior year encumbrances and commitments.

SECTION NINE

Departments with miscellaneous Contractual Services accounts are hereby authorized to enter into contracts for purposes related to the conduct of business of their departments. Departments with contractual service accounts for office and other equipment are hereby authorized to enter into such contracts for repairs to all types of equipment including but not limited to telephones, copiers, fax machines, computers and printers.

SECTION TEN

The Department of Public Safety is hereby authorized to enter into an Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGA) with the U. S Department of Justice, United States Marshal's Service, to house federal prisoners within the City's Correctional Facilities.

SECTION ELEVEN

In the event the amount appropriated herein for the purpose of meeting the FY2013 City contribution to the Firefighters' Retirement System (Fund 1010 Dept. 612) is not required in full due to the adoption of a new Firefighters' Retirement Plan or otherwise, which reduces said contribution amount, the amount reduced is hereby appropriated for the following purposes. Additional funds to be appropriated to the Police Department are to maintain an authorized force of 1,296 uniformed police officers.

Fund 1010
Dept 2130000
Name Recreation Division

Acct. Item Description Amounts Subtotals
5112000 Salaries Per Performance 200,000
5638000 Facilities and Grounds - Contractual   50,000
Department Total  $250,000


Fund 1010
Dept 2140000
Name Forestry Division

Acct. Item Description Amounts Subtotals
5112000 Salaries - Per Performance Employees  63,128
5136000 Employer Social Security Coverage 4,829
Department Total  $67,957

Fund 1010
Dept 3120000
Name Circuit Attorney

Acct. Item Description Amounts  Subtotals
5101000   Salaries - Regular Employees 26,000
5136000   Employer Social Security Coverage 1,989
5137000  Employees Health Insurance  5,643
5138000   Employee Retirement Plan 3,710
5138100  Employee Retirement - Debt Contribution  390
5142000   Employees Life Insurance 114
5147000   Workers' Comp. - Insurance & Admin. 312
5197000   Reserve for Twenty-Seventh Pay 107
Department Total  $38,265

Fund 1010
Dept 6160000
Name Excise Commissioner

5101000  Salaries - Regular Employees  30,394
5136000  Employer Social Security Coverage  2,325
5137000  Employees Health Insurance  5,643
5138000  Employee Retirement Plan  4,337
5138100  Employee Retirement - Debt Contribution  456
5142000  Employees Life Insurance  133
5147000  Workers' Comp. - Insurance & Admin.  365
5197000  Reserve for Twenty-Seventh Pay  125
Department Total  $43,778


Fund 1010
Dept 6500000
Name Police Department

Acct. Item Description   Amounts Subtotals
5101000  Salaries - Regular Employees  1,250,000
Department Total  $1,250,000
Grand Total  $1,650,000


SECTION TWELVE

This being a general appropriations ordinance and an ordinance making an appropriation for the payment of principal and interest of the public debt and for the current expenses of the city, it is an emergency measure within the meaning of Sections 19 and 20 of Article IV of the Charter of the City of St. Louis and therefore this ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor.

 

Legislative History
1ST READING REF TO COMM COMMITTEE COMM SUB COMM AMEND
05/04/2012
2ND READING FLOOR AMEND FLOOR SUB PERFECTN PASSAGE
ORDINANCE VETOED VETO OVR SIGNED BY MAYOR
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