Who will pay the cost of the toxic Carter Carburetor site?
(KPLR) – This week’s edition of The Pulse Of St. Louis, (The Pulse) takes a closer look at the rebuilding of a historic neighborhood in the Gateway City now that a huge eyesore is being removed. Congressman Lacy Clay recently announced the Carter Carburetor plant on North Grand is finally being demolished after sitting vacant for nearly thirty years. The contaminated structure is located across the street from the Boys and Girls Clubs Of Greater St. Louis. Who’s responsible for the demolition? Will taxpayers foot the bill? What’s proposed for the site? When will the demolition process begin? Those questions and more will be answered on The Pulse.
Who’s responsible for cleaning up Carter Carburetor
How redevelopment of the neighborhood around Carter Carburetor will affect children in the area
History Of Carter Carburetor and new development planned for the area
The Panels Final Thoughts On The Development Of The Carter Carburetor Plant
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