Housing Affairs Letter

Missouri

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St. Louis Incubator For Land Use Ideas

The city of St. Louis and Washington University in St. Louis plan to launch a living laboratory to showcase innovative ideas for transforming vacant land into sustainable assets for communities

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(DISASTER AID) Money Shifted To Disaster Aid

HUD allows Missouri state officials to reallocate federal Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program money to help homeowners and low-income renters

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(PROPERTY) Tax Liens Give Priority On Home Sales

A federal district court rules in favor of St. Louis' right to resell property the city forecloses on because of delinquent taxes

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(BALLOT PETITIONS) Dirty Campaign Tricks Alleged

Backers of a ballot initiative in Missouri to limit the uses of eminent domain claim opponents, primarily municipal governments, are using the courts to try to delay the drive. Missouri Citizens for

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(SHELTER) Homeless Shelter Expansion Sought

Springfield, MO city council members consider a resolution intended to declare an economic calamity. The move would allow the lawmakers authority to expand the definition of homeless shelters to

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(TAX CREDIT) Homebuyer Tax Break Sought

A homebuyer tax break is being considered in Missouri to help spur sales activity in the state next year. Consumers who buy a home in Missouri in 2010 would be eligible for a $1,250 tax break under a

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(HOMEBUYERS) Tax Break Mulled For Homebuyers

Missouri residents who buy a home next year could be eligible for a tax break under a plan unveiled by Gov. Jay Nixon and State Treasurer Clint Zweifel, both Democrats. They propose having a

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(SENIORS BIAS) St. Louis Tackles Senior Bias

A St. Louis, MO fair housing organization claims widespread discrimination against seniors by senior housing providers in the city's metropolitan area. A two-year study by the Metropolitan St.

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(LEAD PAINT) EPA Settles MO Lead Paint Lawsuit

Drury Development Corp. of St. Louis, MO, agrees to pay a $3,479 penalty to the Environmental Protection Agency and spend at least $31,311 to remove lead paint from dwellings it leases

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New Fees For Low-Income Housing

The state Senate votes to increase fees for developers to raise new money for low-income housing. The fee would be added to all real estate documents filed with the state.

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