• Missouri Senate OKs Prevailing Wage Bill

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  The Missouri Senate has passed a bill changing the state’s prevailing wage law. The proposal, approved early Friday (May 18) 22-9, changes how some wages are calculated for public works projects. The bill...

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  • CDA To Host Capacity-Building Workshops for Non-Profits, Developers, and Contractors

    Starting May 24, the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration (CDA) will host over 20 hours of training for local non-profit organizations, developers, and contractors. Divided into housing and non-housing tracks and comprised of 1.5 to...

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  • Wildwood Home Developer Gets Prison for Wire Fraud

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  Paul Creager of Wildwood was sentenced to five years in prison for defrauding two investors in his failed construction business in 2016, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of...

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  • After McKee Revelations, Can City Hall and the Developer Work it Out?

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  As a trial to determine the value of a north side building developer Paul McKee once bought played out in St. Louis Circuit Court this month, never-before-aired details about some of the developer’s...

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  • Muny Plans to Spend Millions Overhauling Stage, Other Infrastructure

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Suppose you’re watching a show at the Muny — not in real life, but in a dream. It looks different somehow, more glamorous. Tall shells, elegant with their sleek, curvilinear silhouettes that evoke...

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  • Groundbreaking Distinctive Dermatology – New Location

    From Metro East Sun:  The Design-Build team of Korte & Luitjohan (K&L) and EWR/Farnsworth is proud to announce the groundbreaking of the new location for Distinctive Dermatology in Fairview Heights, Illinois. Having outgrown their current location, Dr....

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  • Blues Score Naming Rights Deal with Enterprise

    From St. Louis Public Radio:  Enterprise Holdings is strengthening already deep ties to the National Hockey League, the St. Louis Blues and the region. The Clayton-based firm Monday announced a deal to change the name of the...

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  • Ameren to Establish State’s Largest Wind Farm in NE Missouri

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Ameren announced an agreement Monday to move forward with a 175-turbine wind farm in northeast Missouri — which, when constructed, would be the largest in the state. The St. Louis-based electric utility expects...

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  • Can People Afford American Infrastructure?

    From The Brookings Institution:  While the first request most people make of their local infrastructure is one of physical reach—the idea that power lines, roads, broadband, and water pipes all connect to one’s home—the next question is...

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  • Developers Still Interested, Talking with Alton Officials About Wadlow Site

    From The Telegraph:  The city continues talking with two firms about developing the future, Wadlow Town Center, but neither has submitted a formal proposal as of this week. “We are still talking with a couple entities, we...

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