2011 Missouri Revised Statutes
TITLE VII CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES
Chapter 82 Constitutional Charter Cities
Section 82.487. Parking commission, duties--city treasurer to serve as parking supervisor, duties, when (St. Louis City).


MO Rev Stat § 82.487. What's This?

Parking commission, duties--city treasurer to serve as parking supervisor, duties, when (St. Louis City).

82.487. 1. The parking commission of any city not within a county shall be the city's authority for overseeing public parking, including planning and coordinating policies, programs and operations for any parking facility or spaces owned in whole or part, leased or managed by the parking division. On behalf of the city, the parking commission shall approve:

(1) Guidelines governing the administrative adjudication, disposition and collection of any parking violations or complaints issued by the city;

(2) Budget modifications for the parking fund, also known as the "parking meter fund"; and

(3) The acquisition, development, regulation and operation of such parking facilities or spaces owned in whole or in part, leased or managed by the parking division.

2. The treasurer of any city not within a county shall be the parking supervisor, also known as the "supervisor of parking meters", for any parking facility or space owned in whole or part, leased or managed by the city parking division, and by virtue of his office, shall be subject to the oversight and authorized funding in whole or in part, by the parking commission:

(1) Establish joint public-private parking ventures;

(2) Supervise the acquisition, development and operation of parking division properties or facilities owned by title or funded in whole or in part, leased or managed by the parking division;

(3) Make and pay contracts and other obligations;

(4) Supervise any other on-street and off-street parking programs and assets;

(5) Shall provide the comptroller with monthly reports of all parking revenues collected by the city; and

(6) Make biannual installment payments of the annual general fund transfer subject to the parking commission's approval and provide the comptroller and treasurer with monthly reports of all parking revenues collected by the city.

3. Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting or altering the powers and duties of the license collector of the city prescribed in section 82.340, and the exclusive authority to issue licenses and receipts for license taxes shall remain with and be exercised by the license collector.

4. Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting or altering the powers and duties of the city's collector of revenue as provided in section 52.220.

(L. 1994 S.B. 567, A.L. 1999 S.B. 19)

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