Tag: Board of Aldermen

Clayton to consider approving sale of parking lot for Shaw Park Apartments

The city of Clayton’s Board of Aldermen will consider a measure approving the $1.1 million sale of a city-owned parking lot at 8049 Forsyth Blvd. during Tuesday night’s meeting. Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins Properties is planning a $70 million apartment tower to be called Shaw Park Apartments on the proposed site. Plans call for a 22-story, 228-unit high-rise would include a 373-space parking garage and 7,800 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The […]

Centene Corporation’s bid to get architectural approval for facility stalled by the City of Clayton Planning Commission

In a somewhat surprising turn of events, Centene Corporation’s plan to get architectural approval for an early childhood education and employee training facility was stalled by the City of Clayton Planning Commission Monday night. Centene presented its site plan review for the property located at 7510 Maryland Avenue to the commission, which voted unanimously to table the issue, citing that the nation’s largest managed care company has failed to meet a requirement in its conditional […]

Clayton homeowners launch campaign to reverse Board of Aldermen zoning change

The Clayton Board of Aldermen, at least a majority of the body, may be fine with a health insurance firm using a parcel of land on Maryland Avenue for child care and corporate education. Many living in the neighborhood, though, aren’t quite as happy, and a simmering controversy over the company not allowing the public to use the green space on the land during non-business hours is on the verge of escalating. “I think it’s […]

Board of Aldermen Meet to Discuss Hanley Rd, TAP, and Outdoor Dining

The Clayton Board of Alderman will meet Tuesday evening where they are set to consider a Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) application to East-West Gateway. The board will discuss authorizing and supporting a TAP grant application for the Brentwood Boulevard Corridor Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail Routes Study. The board will also discuss approval of an amendment to the Outdoor Dining Regulations that would allow heaters in the public right-of-way. (Bill No. 6613) The amendment would allow outdoor heaters […]