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An Aldermanic Resolution is a non-legislative statement by the Board of Aldermen reflecting the Boards position on issues which are relevant to the City of St. Louis and its residents. A Resolution must be sponsored by one or more Aldermen. A Resolution may be adopted at the Aldermanic meeting during which it is introduced or it may be assigned to an Aldermanic Committee for hearing prior to being considered by the full Board. Resolutions must be adopted by a majority of all of the members of the Board.
Adopted July 11, 2014
- Res.#97 - Ingrassia/Pres. Reed - The Board of Aldermen congratulate Edna Coleman on her retirement.
- Res.#98 - Davis/Pres. Reed - The Board of Aldermen congratulate Eunice Atkinson for her many years of service and good deeds to the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority.
- Res.#99 - Ogilvie/Pres. Reed/Ingrassia - The Board of Aldermen urges voters to vote NO on Amendment & at the election to be held on August 5, 2014. The sales and use tax increases that would be imposed by passage of Amendment 7 are excessive, unfair, harmful and the wrong priority for the State of Missouri and the City of St. Louis.
- Res.#100 - Moore - The Board of Aldermen recognize Samuel Brown Temple African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.
- Res.#101- Williamson - The Board of Aldermen notes the passing of Rosetta Spratt.
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