Phase Two of improvements may include aquarium, Legoland displays, and more.
The city of St. Louis spent $77,000 in taxpayer money to hold public hearings on the issue—but only 103 people showed up.
If you could directly decide how to spend your tax dollars, what would you choose?
Sixth Ward Alderwoman Christine Ingrassia says felons and undocumented immigrants will get to vote in the process, even though they are excluded by law from voting in official elections.
Residents of the city’s 6th Ward have the chance to decide how they want to spend $100,000 in their neighborhood.
SLPS has proposed to tear down an 87-year-old elementary school in the Tower Grove East neighborhood, and replace it with a more modern structure that may not blend with the area.