The business owners expressed concern about customer access to their businesses while the construction is underway.
The $43 million Loop Trolley project has received the final go-ahead.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, April 17th – 65th Anniv. of St. Louis Exorcism; Blueberry Hill’s Joe Edwards; Fontbonne Univ.’s Prof. Deanna Jent
Charlie talks with Writer Jeannette Cooperman about the STL Exorcism; with Blueberry Hill’s Joe Edwards about the 5th anniv. of the Moonrise Hotel in the Delmar Loop; and with Fontbone Univ.’s Professor Deanna Jent about her play, “Falling”, the story of parents raising an adult son with severe autism.
Now that the Loop trolley is inching closer toward laying tracks, plans are speeding up to simultaneously bury fiber optic cable, creating what’s dubbed a “gigabit main street”
The Delmar Loop trolley is on track to start laying tracks this spring.
A neighborhood brawl concerns neighbors that the incidents will only grow worse as the summer approaches.
Groundbreaking is planned for the spring with an opening scheduled for a year later, says Joe Edwards.
“The ones you’re getting are in the best shape,” said Bill Failing, President of Vintage Trolley Inc., a non-profit company which owns four vintage trolleys in Portland.
Opponents of the proposed Loop Trolley file a lawsuit in federal court, claiming it was improperly voted on and would lay track beyond the boundaries originally set.
A St. Louis trolley project is at risk of losing $22 million in federal funding after questions were raised about delays and management.