It could be next month before the St. Louis Board of Public Service makes a decision on revoking New Life Evangelistic Center’s hotel license. A determination hearing, scheduled for today, has been postponed by the board to review all the legal documents.
This week, the St. Louis Board of Public Service could render its decision on whether to revoke the homeless center’s hotel permit.
On July 22, the city’s Board of Public Service is expected to deliberate and vote on the New Life Evangelistic Center’s permit.
Lucas Park has just undergone a major sprucing up.
St. Louis saw a decline of seven percent from the previous year.
Rev. Larry Rice says he thinks the city is embarrassed by the high number of homeless living on the streets of St. Louis.
After a local park is renovated with new pathways, playground equipment and a small dog park, a fence still stands between it and the homeless.
A video uploaded to YouTube shows SLU basketball player Austin McBroom and his friend Blake Carelli picking up Michael Chaney from a downtown sidewalk on Sunday. Then, they treated him to lunch, a haircut, and some new clothes.
Austin McBroom and his friend Blake Carelli treated a homeless man to a meal, a haircut, and some new clothes.
The health department said they couldn’t hand out food, but Churches on the Streets found a way around the rules.