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  82.470.  Parking lots and buildings — St. Louis may acquire, lease — limitations on use. — Any constitutional charter city in this state of more than seven hundred thousand population may rent, lease and improve property, or acquire property by gift, purchase, exchange, or by the exercise of the power of eminent domain in the manner provided by law for the condemnation of land, except residential property, for street purposes in such municipality, and may construct, install or equip buildings and facilities thereon for parking motor vehicles, and may lease such property and facilities to others for parking motor vehicles, and may authorize the making of a charge for the use of such property and facilities for such purpose; provided, however, such municipality shall not dispense or furnish or allow any lessee or occupant to dispense or furnish, upon or in connection with any property or facility acquired or operated pursuant to this section any product or service other than the parking of motor vehicles; and provided further, that the city shall advertise for competitive bids before renting or leasing property for the purpose of parking motor vehicles and shall rent or lease such property to the highest bidder.


(L. 1949 p. 556 § 7411c)

(1954) Enactment of RSMo §§ 82.470 and 82.480 did not amend the charter of St. Louis City in contravention of Article VI, § 32, of the Constitution. Petition of City of St. Louis, 364 Mo. 700, 266 S.W.2d 753.

(1958) Suit by taxpayer against city and city officials to enjoin them from carrying out city ordinances authorizing acquisition of realty and issuance of revenue bonds for off-street parking facilities and for a declaratory judgment that ordinances were unconstitutional dismissed as plaintiff had complete and adequate remedy in the condemnation proceedings.  Glueck Realty Co. v. City of St. Louis (Mo.), 318 S.W.2d 206.

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