It won’t be on you – it will be on people who make more than $1 million a year, says U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Evanston).
Do you want the MSD to borrow about a $1 billion, and your sewer rates rise to $61 dollars a month by 2020? Or do you want the district to pay cash as it goes, and your bill go up to $96 dollars a month by 2020?
A snowy winter and bitterly cold temperatures have kept home buyers and sellers away from the market at least that’s what local real estate experts are saying.
Foreclosures continue to rise nationwide and St. Louis is no different.
OK, so rates are good and the market is down, or so you think! What does that really mean for homebuyers, first timers or move up buyers?
Metro area unemployment slightly lower than national average.
Plan will determine utility rate for the next decade.
Ameren has filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission to keep the current rates.