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Lewis Reed


1. St. Louis City Resolution Number 265
Abstract: WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Community Church of Greater St. Louis was founded in 1973 to express the simple message of "God's love for all" regardless of sexual orientation or identity
 
2. St. Louis City Resolution Number 260
Abstract: WHEREAS, it is our responsibility as a community to ensure that all children can grow up free of the harm that abuse and neglect inflict
 
3. St. Louis City Resolution Number 259
Abstract: WHEREAS, Mrs. Lois Jean Hawthorne (born Lois Jean Hall) was born on July 4, 1934 in Little Rock Arkansas to the union of Worthen and Thelma Hall
 
4. St. Louis City Resolution Number 256
Abstract: Ancient Order of Hibernians 31st Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade
 
5. St. Louis City Resolution Number 255
Abstract: WHEREAS, Dana L. Spitzer will retire after 16 years of service on March 1, 2014 as the Managing Editor of the St. Louis/Southern Illinois Labor Tribune; and
 
6. St. Louis City Resolution Number 253
Abstract: Reed, Conway, Baringer - The Board of Aldermen recognize Charles “Charlie” Flanagan for the honor of being the representative from the Irish Government for the St. Louis Metropolitan St. Patrick’s Day Parade in 2014
 
7. St. Louis City Resolution Number 252
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen recognize Dennis M. Reagan for the honor of being named the Honorary Marshal of the 2014 St. Patrickメs Day Parade
 
8. St. Louis City Resolution Number 248
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen recognize the leadership achievements of Daniel Cora as recipient of the Officer of the Year for the Third Police District Award for 2013
 
9. St. Louis City Resolution Number 247
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen recognize the leadership achievements of Sergeant Fran Krupp as recipient of the Third District Police Leadership of the Year Award for 2013
 
10. St. Louis City Resolution Number 246
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen supports the Medicaid expansion in Missouri up to 138% of the federal poverty level in order to provide cost effective healthcare services for low income, uninsured Missourians
 


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