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1. St. Louis City Resolution Number 272
Abstract: WHEREAS, we pause today in our deliberations to honor Anthony Shahid on the occasion of his 60th birthday; and
 
2. St. Louis City Resolution Number 241
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen
 
3. St. Louis City Resolution Number 224
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen calls for the joint establishment of a transportation development district to be known as the Downtown St. Louis Transportation Development District
 
4. St. Louis City Resolution Number 219
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen recognize the Little Bit Foundation
 
5. St. Louis City Resolution Number 183
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulate Honorable Alderwoman Phyllis Young on her retirement
 
6. St. Louis City Resolution Number 182
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulates Gary Bess on his retirement.
 
7. St. Louis City Resolution Number 181
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen establish a Special Business District to be known as the proposed Lafayette Square Special Business District
 
8. St. Louis City Resolution Number 178
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulate Janis Garavaglia on her retirement.
 
9. St. Louis City Resolution Number 163
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen recognize and congratulate the St. Louis Public Schools, AVID and AT&T for creating the kind of public‐private partnership necessary to prepare at risk students for success in life
 
10. St. Louis City Resolution Number 99
Abstract: 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. Lo
 


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