Recently, the Post-Dispatch reported on area residents who want to direct more MoDOT funding to urban areas. Specifically, a League of Women Voters representative proposed that 90% of all highway revenues be spent in the county in which they were collected.
By almost every academic outcome measure, Missouri’s educational system ranks in the middle of all the states.
An organization named “America’s Watershed” recently released a report card on the country’s inland waterway systems, three of which are important to Missouri (the upper Mississippi, the lower Mississippi, and the Missouri River).
At the City Council's recent business session on the proposed convention hotel, proponents kept repeating that there was no risk to the city. The risk is being shouldered by investors, supposedly.
Last week, we questioned the future of MoDOT’s “325 System,” or how the department would have prioritized spending in the event of a revenue shortfall.
Last week the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission voted to approve Koman Group’s $4.5 million TIF proposal for 32 N. Euclid in the heart of the Central West End.
SMI’s newest study shows how government union elections don’t have to cost taxpayers an arm and a leg.
This week, members of the Saint Louis City Board of Alderman announced that they support a public vote on the proposal to spend