Tax Breaks Cost St. Louis $17M in Last Fiscal YearAn annual financial report for St. Louis says the city missed out on nearly $17 million in revenue during the last fiscal year because of property tax breaks meant to stimulate development.
CWE High Rise Development Likely to Receive More Tax BreaksThe city's Land Clearance and Redevelopment Authority voted to allow the developers of "100" on Kingshighway to purchase construction materials free of sales tax.
Ballpark Village Phase II Moves ForwardDowntown Alderman Jack Coatar sponsored the bill to give the Cardinals $16 million in additional tax breaks.
Mo. Senator Wants No Tax Dollars Ever Spent on Stadium Projects Again"The people of Missouri don't want their hard-earned tax dollars going to build stadiums," he says. "It's been shown to be a bad public investment, it only helps a few wealthy people."
Alderman Defends New Ballpark Village Tax BreaksPlan would only give Cardinals tax break if they create new jobs on-site.
Nixon Reverses $12M in Budget CutsMissouri schools will get additional money because Gov. Jay Nixon has decided to reverse a few of the budget cuts he made earlier this year.
Nixon Cuts $59 Million After Lawmakers Enact Tax BreaksThe cuts include more than $24 million for K-12 schools, $20 million for highway projects, more than $8 million for higher education and more than $4 million for agricultural programs.
Nixon Vetoes Change to E-Verify Requirement in MissouriCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the E-Verify program.
Gov. Nixon Signs TIF Reform Bill Into LawLimits some TIFs in St. Louis, St. Charles and Jefferson counties.
Nixon Pushing Back on Newly Passed Tax BreaksThe biggest disagreement between Nixon and legislative researchers is over an income tax deduction for federal agricultural disaster payments.
Aldermen Consider Tax Breaks for Downtown ProjectsNo vote was taken for now on either project.
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