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July 20, 2016

Commission recommends approval of apartments on Tesson Ferry Road

County Council could weigh proposal if O'Leary introduces legislation for it

Despite the overwhelming opposition of the neighbors surrounding an apartment complex proposed for the intersection of Tesson Ferry and Bauer roads, county planners view the project as a good fit for the neighborhood....more >>
June 22, 2016

Developer requests Sunset Hills aldermen postpone vote on credit union

Developer reconfiguring plan based on public's comments

The day before a scheduled final vote on a credit union proposed for the Court Drive neighborhood in Sunset Hills, the developer requested that it be postponed, and the future of the project is up in the air....more >>
June 15, 2016

Stenger hopes Gravois Road redesign will spark economic growth

County executive optimistic about south county's future

County Executive Steve Stenger hopes that a proposed redesign of Gravois Road could spur economic redevelopment throughout all of south county, not just Affton....more >>
June 08, 2016

Panel urges denial of subdivision in Concord

In stark contrast to an earlier approval of a new subdivision in Oakville, a County Council subcommittee recommended de-nial of a rezoning request for a new subdivision on Schuessler Road in Concord....more >>
June 01, 2016

Crestwood board OKs CUP for Planet Fitness; sends Club Fitness request back to panel

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted unanimously last week to approve a conditional-use permit for a fitness center that will operate in the former Best Buy site....more >>
May 25, 2016
Breaking ground for the $104 million Crestwood Plaza redevelopment Tuesday. from left, are: Pamela Wucher of UrbanStreet, UrbanStreet managing partner Bob Burk, Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Crestwood, Mayor Gregg Roby, Rep. Jeanne Kirkton, D-Webster Groves, and City Administrator Kris Simpson. Photo by Gloria Lloyd.

VIDEO: UrbanStreet breaks ground for Crestwood mall demolition

Mall top development priority in south county, Sifton says

It's not every day that a developer breaks ground for a demolition rather than construction on a project, and it's not every day that a groundbreaking includes a mini-demolition demonstration — but everyone involved with the groundbreaking for the Crestwood Plaza demolition Tuesday agreed this project was unlike any they'd ever seen....more >>
May 18, 2016

VIDEO: Crestwood mall demolition begins

Complete process could take more than a year

Demolition began Friday outside the former Crestwood Plaza mall on the area of the 48-acre site where owner UrbanStreet Group proposes apartments for the $100 million redevelopment. Above, a contractor looks up as excavator 'Big Daddy' digs out one of the many areas of the mall overgrown with jungle-like trees....more >>
May 11, 2016

Nixon celebrates opening of new Anheuser-Busch bottling facility

Twenty-year tax abatement granted to MCC by council

Bud Light in hand, Gov. Jay Nixon celebrated the recent opening of a new $160 million Anheuser-Busch aluminum-bottle line at the Metal Container Corp. plant in Arnold, recalling when he installed the original water and sewer lines himself and crediting local officials for the tax incentives funding the expansion....more >>
May 04, 2016

Crestwood board approves lease with owner of Barn

Roby believes it's 'improper' for aldermen 'to bring these changes' to public meeting

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted last week to approve a lease agreement with the owner of The Barn restaurant at the city's Thomas Sappington Historic Site....more >>
April 27, 2016

Aldermen consider lease agreement with owner of Barn

Concerns over maintenance voiced to aldermen by Mott

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen was scheduled to consider approval of a lease agreement with the owner of The Barn restaurant at the city's Thomas Sappington Historic Site Tuesday night — after the Call went to press....more >>
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