Voters May Face Tax Increase for Saint Louis ZooThe tax would go towards supporting the Saint Louis Zoo's infrastructure along with animal conservation needs.
Lambert Renovations on Alleged Trump Infrastructure List, That's News to LambertA recently obtained document shows a handful of Missouri projects, including Lambert and KCI.
What Urban Business Leaders Expect During Trump's PresidencySome say when there is change, there is opportunity.
Water Rates May Increase for St. Louis City ResidentsThe public utilities committee debated the plan without taking a vote.
MoDOT Cites Dwindling Funds for State's Poor InfrastructureMoDot's budget has $500 million less than it did in 2010.
Voters to Decide on Finance Plan for MSD Project A plan to finance a $ 900 million infrastructure project that MSD is required to undertake is proposition Y on Tuesday's ballot.
Cheap Gas, Federal Action Boost Missouri Transportation PlanBut the department confirmed Monday that its latest financial forecasts show the situation improving so much so that it now can afford to maintain all of the state's roads in their current condition and keep the number of critical condition bridges from rising.
Hillary Clinton Campaigns in St. Louis"We give investment and tax benefits to American companies that want to put jobs in America instead of sending them overseas," Clinton says.
Study: Region Has Many Options for Funding Transit ExpansionAuthor lists nearly two dozen possibiities, but points to need for state help.
Voters Will Be Asked to Approve $180 Million Bond IssueIn addition to money for police and fire equipment, it would include money for city streets and bridges, upkeep of city buildings, and the demolition of abandoned buildings around town.
Sen. McCaskill Introduces Bill to Limit Government Red Tape on Building Projects"American employers can't afford unnecessary and duplicative delays while multiple federal agencies check boxes. We need a streamlined and navigable process..."
Illinois Senate Overrides Gov. Quinn's Veto on Energy BillThe concern on the governor’s part was what he called “unprecedented interference” in the Illinois Commerce Commission’s rate-making authority.

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