Missouri Housing Development Commission
Millions of dollars in tax credits for low-income housing construction in Missouri became reality Friday, three months after they were delayed by a deal to pass an incentive package for Boeing.
Missouri’s low-income housing initiative is inefficient and among the costliest in the nation, State Auditor Tom Schweich said Monday while recommending changes to the program.
Kinder was traveling Monday to St. Louis for a news conference with lawmakers and a city alderwoman.
She says a Nixon staffer told members of the Missouri Housing Development Commission to put a hold on low-income tax credits.
Greg Roberts, of Chesterfield, is a Democrat and a former president of the St. Louis County Bar Association.
Lt. Gov. Kinder loses battle to not pay prevailing federal wage for Jopln recovery construction.
Tornado victims left homeless could benefit from $100 million in tax credits approved Thursday to rebuild low-income rental housing in the Joplin and St. Louis areas.
Developers rebuilding homes after a devastating tornado in Joplin could get a boost from the state under a $10 million loan fund.