It’s all just a plan so far, however, the money already spent toward getting a new NFL stadium on the St. Louis riverfront is adding up.
A former homeless man is going up against the city of St. Louis on the issue of funding for a new football stadium.
Gov. Nixon wants St. Louis city, the state, and private interests to fund a new NFL stadium. He says the county should fund rehabbing the Edward Jones Dome
County Executive Steve Stenger says his office was told by a member of Gov. Jay Nixon’s staff that the county’s dollars aren’t needed to pay for a new football stadium on the near north riverfront downtown.
Major League Soccer commissioner will spend much of 2015 evaluating potential expansion.
Missouri economic development officials on Monday told a House panel that building a new football stadium in St. Louis could bring nearly $300 million in net sales tax revenues to the state over the next 30 years.
The St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority also announced the addition of 5 consultants to join Gov. Nixon’s task force to develop plans for a NFL stadium project in downtown St. Louis.
Those who own land in the path of the proposed NFL stadium along the riverfront are hoping to make a deal, and waiting for someone to make an offer.
Three shifts a day, five days a week, with no overtime – that’s what local labor leaders are committing to to reduce the time and cost of constructing a new NFL stadium in St. Louis.
Republican Sen. Ryan Silvey, R-Kansas City, filed legislation Thursday to block the sale or refinancing of bonds by Gov. Jay Nixon to fund a new NFL stadium.