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  8.241.  Certain land in St. Louis City — restrictions. — 1.  In addition to other provisions of law relating to title to and conveyance of real property by the state, and notwithstanding any provisions of chapter 8 to the contrary, if the state should ever purchase or otherwise acquire ownership of real property located in a city not within a county as described in subsection 2 of this section, the state shall:

  (1)  Use, operate and maintain such property in full compliance with all applicable deed restrictions encumbering the property;

  (2)  Operate, maintain and use the property exclusively by the department of mental health for the purpose of housing no more than six employed and employable adults with an intellectual disability or developmental disability, and for no other purpose and by no other state agency, in whole or in part;

  (3)  Not sell or otherwise transfer ownership of the property, unless such property is sold or transferred solely for private, single-family residential use, which shall not be deemed to include, without limitation, any sale, transfer or conveyance of ownership of the property to any other state agency or department or program.

  2.  The property subject to the provisions of this section is more particularly described as follows:  a parcel of real estate situated in Lot 20 in Block A of Compton Heights and in Block No. 1365 of the City of St.  Louis, fronting 100 feet 0-3/8 inches on the North line of Longfellow Boulevard by a depth Northwardly on the east line of a 160 square foot and 159 feet 5 inches on the West line to the North line of said lot on which there is a frontage of 100 feet bounded East by Compton Avenue together with all improvements thereon, known as and numbered 3205 Longfellow Boulevard.


(L. 1990 S.B. 728 § 3, A.L. 2011 H.B. 555 merged with H.B. 648)

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