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1. St. Louis City Resolution Number 134
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulate Jacob Kamper on receiving the Eagle Scout Award
 
2. St. Louis City Resolution Number 94
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen urges the State of Missouri to adopt legislation requiring disclosure of the volumes, types of petroleum, petroleum products, and petroleum derivatives; transportation routes; and the frequency and duration of transfers of petroleum, so that the state and local communities can be fully informed of
 
3. St. Louis City Resolution Number 205
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulate Mr. Okley Clark on celebrating his 98th birthday
 
4. St. Louis City Resolution Number 319
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen congratulate Mr. David Sykes on the occasion of his 83rd birthday.
 
5. St. Louis City Resolution Number 304
Abstract: The Board of Aldermen notes the passing of Robert
 
6. St. Louis City Resolution Number 30
Abstract: Kennedy - The Board of Aldermen expresses its concern to the unnecessary rail transport of ultra hazardous cargoes through the City, and the Board urges Congress and the Obama Administration to revise the routing law and the routing rule to include requirements that railroads work together with mandated inputs from sta
 
7. St. Louis City Resolution Number 310
Abstract: Hanrahan/Villa/Wessels - The Board of Aldermen recognize the Lucky Eleven Athletic Club for its many years of success.
 
8. St. Louis City Resolution Number 58
Abstract: Kennedy, Congratulations to Mr. 'Joe' Sanders 'the Swinger' on celebrating his 99th birthday.
 
9. First Reading of St. Louis City Board Bill 188
Abstract: An ordinance recommended by the Port Authority Commission of the City of St. Louis authorizing and directing the Mayor and the Comptroller to enter into a lease agreement between the City of St. Louis and Continental Cement Company LLC for property, mooring privileges and easements on certain land on the Unimprov
 
10. First Reading of St. Louis City Board Bill 170
Abstract: An ordinance recommended by the Board of Public Service to vacate above surface, surface and sub-service rights for vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian travel in 1) Hebert from Clara to Blackstone, 2) Blackstone from Hebert to Ashland, 3) Ashland beginning approximately 133 feet west of Clara and continuing to B
 


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