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Carr, Crow, Sharpe to Be Sworn in Tonight

New University City City Council swearing in is tonight.

Carr, Crow, Sharpe to Be Sworn in Tonight

The newly elected members of the University City City Council will be sworn in during tonight's city council meeting. The meeting is slated for 6:30 p.m. at .

The current board will handle several items before the swearing in. Agenda items include:

Proclamations

  • National Kids to Parks Day

Approval of Minutes

  • April 9, 2012, City Council Study session 
  • April 9, 2012, City Council Regular session

City Manager's Report

  • Senior and Youth Task Force Final Report – Abbie Carter, Jen Jensen, Martin Braeske 
  • Project Management Contract for New Firehouse #1
  • Driving Range status report 

Unfinished Business

Bills

  • Bill 9156 – An ordinance amending Chapter 10.36 of the University City Municipal Code by adding certain All-Stop intersections (Milan Avenue at 78th Street and Erith Place at Milan Avenue) to section 10.36.090, Stop Intersections – vehicles to stop at certain intersections, as provided herein

Resolution

  • Municipal Election, April 3, 2012, results as certified by the St. Louis County Board of Elections.
  • ACKNOWLEGEMENT OF Councilmember Lynn Ricci

Adjourn SINE DIE

Swearing in of:

  • Terry Crow, Councilmember, Ward One
  • Paulette Carr, Councilmember, Ward Two 
  • Arthur Sharpe, Jr., Councilmember, Ward Three

Convene meeting with new Council

Council Reports/Business

  • Boards and Commission appointments needed 
  • Council liaison reports on Boards and Commissions 
  • Boards, Commissions and Task Force minutes 
  • Election of Mayor Pro-Tem
  • Distribution of grid for liaison appointments

The meeting is open to the public.

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