Monday, September 21, 2009

Proposed NorthSide Development to be Discussed at Community Meeting Tonight

Alderwoman April Ford Griffin and McEagle Properties will be discussing the proposed NorthSide development plan at a meeting for residents of Old North this evening at Ames Visual and Performing Arts magnet school, 2900 Hadley.  We’ve been told that Paul McKee, CEO of McEagle Properties, will be in attendance to answer questions about how the development would affect Old North St. Louis.   The meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m.  See below for the flyer / invitation to the meeting from 5th Ward Alderwoman April Ford Griffin (who represents Old North and most of the proposed development area to the west) and Alderwoman Marlene Davis, who represents a portion of the western end of the proposed development area.

Although most of the area for the proposed project would be west of North Florissant (ONSL’s western border), the boundaries of the NorthSide project include the southern end of Old North St. Louis, between Cass and Chambers.  Companies affiliated with McEagle Properties also own buildings and vacant lots in sections of Old North not included in the development area.

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