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Richmond Heights, MO Blighting Study - Menards

Richmond Heights, MO Blighting Study - Menards

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DATA
 
AND
 
ANALYSIS
 
OF
 
CONDITIONS REPRESENTING
 
A
 
“BLIGHTED
 
AREA”
 
FOR
 
THE
HADLEY TOWNSHIP SOUTH REDEVELOPMENT AREA
F
EBRUARY
26,
 
2013
 
 
DATA AND ANALYSIS OF CONDITIONS
REPRESENTING A “
BLIGHTED AREA
FOR THE
HADLEY TOWNSHIP SOUTH REDEVELOPMENT AREA
February 26, 2013
 
 
February 26, 2013  To Whom It May Concern:
Reference is made to the accompanying “Data and Analysis of Conditions Representing a ‘Blighted  Area’ for the
Hadley Township South Redevelopment Area
 in Richmond Heights, Missouri prepared by the undersigned. Please be advised that, based upon the results of the above referenced study, the undersigned has determined that the area described in the study
(the “Redevelopment Area”)
 
is a “blighted area” as
such term is defined in Section 353.020(2) of the Missouri Revised Statutes, as amended, and a preponderance of the Redevelopment Area is blighted under Section 523.274.1 of the Missouri Revised Statutes, as amended.  The Redevelopment Area suffers from a multitude of physical, social, and economic deficiencies including age, obsolescence, inadequate or outmoded design or physical deterioration, creating economic and social liabilities, and these conditions are conducive to ill health, transmission of disease, crime or the inability to pay reasonable taxes.  This report describes and documents those conditions that, without the incentives available under Chapter 353,
 will further erode the Redevelopment Area’s viability and continue its economic
and social liability for the City of Richmond Heights, its residents, and the other taxing districts that depend upon it as a revenue source. D
EVELOPMENT
S
 TRATEGIES
,
 
I
NC
. Real Estate, Community and Economic Development Consultants by: Larry Marks, AIA, AICP Principal

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