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