Friday, September 7, 2012
A consultant's preliminary recommendations to the Frontenac planning and zoning commission are set to come this month.
While a consultant prepares land use recommendations for a chronically vacant building on the corner of Lindbergh and Clayton roads, the building itself has been cleared out completely and a rendering of a new Reliance Bank branch has appeared on its windows. The project sits idle after the city last month imposed a moratorium on development on the property at that corner. City administrator Bob Shelton told Patch the city's planning and zoning commission expects to get prelimimary recommendations from the consultant, PGAV Planners, at its meeting on Sept. 25. The moratorium has halted plans by Reliance Bank to move a branch to that location from the branch located at 10401 Clayton Road. "The consultant will review land use recommendations…
A moratorium on redevelopment of some sites in Frontenac sparked this conversation starter. See what readers have had to say on the subject.
- On Patch
Friday, September 7, 2012
Monday, August 13, 2012
Frontenac has a six month hold on development while reviewing long range plans.
At last, development may be coming to the Northwest corner of Lindbergh and Clayton Road in Frontenac. Note the caveat, may be. A Patch reader put out the alert that Reliance Bank is putting up signs at that location, Frontenac’s City Administrator Bob Shelton urges caution.”Our Planning & Zoning Board has a moratorium on development for six months until we can review our long-range planning (documents) and our council has agreed to that. The council will take up long range planning at its August meeting. Plans call for some kind of indoor garage to be added to this development,” said Shelton.” Kurt Lord of Lord Partners no longer owns that piece of property. But, he is acting as a real estate broker on behalf of interested parties. “…
Thursday, August 11, 2011
This week-in-review features stories about a childhood center opening, a bank’s difficulties, racial profiling studies and more.
This week, Ladue and Frontenac were once again in the news for a variety of reasons. Some of it was positive, like the athlete of the week story, while some of it highlighted a few issues that are difficult. Read what others are saying about our cities and weigh in with your opinions. Elena Gresick was named Athlete of the Week by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Gresick, a senior at Ladue, has excelled at lacrosse. In the Suburban Journal, Ladue Early Childhood Center’s progress was profiled in this story: Ladue ready to swing open doors on new early childhood center. The article includes a video tour of the new center. From the State of Washington, The Bellingham Herald has a story about a study of racial profiling laws. Ladue is referenced …