With the recent approval of a rezoning request, a planned hotel for downtown Clayton at the site of the city’s former police headquarters took a step forward.
Jonathan Browne, president of Novus Development, the company behind a major redevelopment proposal for the Olive/Interstate 170 area, addressed the City Council of University City on March 10.
Voters living within the Central West End North and Cathedral Square special business districts will be deciding whether to continue a tax that funds several safety and security measures and other improvements in those neighborhoods when they head to the polls on April 2.
The names of seven candidates will appear of the April 2 ballot for two open seats on the St. Louis Board of Education. With Charli Cooksey and Katie Wessling not running for re-election, there are no incumbent candidates in contention.
A candidate forum for the Clayton School District, hosted by the district’s Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) Council, will be held Tuesday, March 26, 7 p.m., in the Clayton High School Auditorium, #1 Mark Twain Circle.
The City Council of University City on Feb. 25 adopted a resolution opposing a statewide vote to merge St. Louis city and county.
Clayton Mayor Harold Sanger began his Feb. 13 State of the City speech by addressing the fact that, due to term limits, the event would be his sixth and last as mayor.
Two St. Louis aldermen are leading an effort to recall Mayor Lyda Krewson over her support for the widely-debated Better Together plan that would combine the city and county governments.
The Loop Trolley Company’s mobile ticketing app for Apple’s iOS is now live. The free app is available for download by searching “Loop Trolley” in the app store. In addition to purchasing tickets, users can track their ticket history and trip log, and view station stops and attractions on th…
St. Louis Public Schools, City Hall’s coffers, and museums and libraries across the city will get a cash infusion this year totaling more than $7 million under a new amendment to a tax increment financing (TIF) deal in the Central West End.
Despite delays, including an error made by a consultant, University City officials will continue to hold discussions with Novus Properties regarding a major new development along Olive Boulevard, east of Interstate 170.
The “Better Together” plan to merge city and county drew a lot of attention in Clayton recently.
In the coming months the Clayton Board of Aldermen is expected to consider options and recommendations for addressing minority issues within the city.