This article is 7 years old. It was published on December 18, 2015.
ST. LOUIS -- The City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen voted to approve Board Bill 219FS, the City's portion of the financing agreement for a new NFL stadium on the North Riverfront, contingent upon the NFL and a team agreeing to nearly half a billion dollar investment and a lease to cover the length of the bond.
Mayor Francis Slay, who will sign the bill on Monday, issued the following statement:
"Today's action by the Board of Aldermen completes the City's part on this project. Its passage does not mean there will be a stadium. It does mean that the City of St. Louis will not be the reason why there isn't one."
Most Read News
- City of St. Louis Outlines Preparations for Possible Winter Storm As the National Weather Service (NWS) declares a Winter Storm Warning for our region beginning Tuesday, January 24, the City of St. Louis is joining the NWS to urge residents to take precautions and preventive measures to protect themselves and their families during and after the storm.
- Information about Cloudy Water This phenomenon normally occurs during the winter months in St. Louis and is not related to the quality or safety of the tap water.
- Comptroller Darlene Green Receives the Distinguished Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Legacy Award Comptroller Darlene Green was honored to be awarded the prestigious Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Legacy Award.