Posted on June 15th, 2009 No comments
On Monday, June 22, a demolition permit for the San Luis goes up for review before the St. Louis Preservation Board. The owners want to demolish the building at Lindell & Taylor in the Central West End for a surface parking lot.
If this doesn’t sit right with you, we need you to speak up.
Here’s your options:
To assist you in speaking up on this matter, we have a form letter you can use to send to any of the people above. Cut and paste it verbatim, or use it as a starting point to express your own views.
If you want the Preservation Board to deny a demolition permit, it is important to say so. It is crucial that the Board and the owners of the building understand that this surface parking lot proposal negatively impacts the potential and the spirit of St. Louis City.city of st. louis, mid-century modern, st. louis development alderwoman lyda krewson, central west end, deville motor hotel, no parking lot on lindell, san luis, st. louis city, st. louis preservation board, the st. louis archdiocese
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