St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green has until Sept. 15 to respond in a lawsuit brought by the owners of the Blues hockey team, a judge ordered Wednesday.Kiel Center Partners petitioned in Circuit Court Tuesday to have Green sign off on the city's financing agreement providing $64 million for renovations to Scottrade Center, which is owned by the city and has been leased to the Blues since 1994.Green responded publicly to the lawsuit Wednesday morning in a prepared statement, saying she has...
The owners of the Blues professional hockey team are asking a judge to order the St. Louis comptroller to sign off on a $64 million financing agreement for Scottrade Center renovations.The agreement was approved by the Board of Aldermen in February, but St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green has refused to sign the agreement saying it would hurt the city's credit rating.
Opponents of the publicly funded $64 million renovation to Scottrade Center filed suit Friday to stop the project, alleging the plan is unconstitutional in Missouri.The city of St. Louis, the St. Louis Blues, and the leaseholders Kiel Center Partners are among the defendants named in the lawsuit. It was filed on behalf of Alderwoman Cara Spencer, former state House Rep. Jeanette Oxford, and former city counselor James Wilson.
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