Carly Robertson has more from the State Capitol.
The Governor's Economic Development Bill will go to the Senate Floor Wednesday for debate.
The Senate's economic development committee heard testimony regarding a provision in the bill that would offer tax breaks to a developer who purchased dozens of acres in the City.
Senate Democratic Leader Maida Coleman says she is skeptical about the lack of public information regarding plans for the area.
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|Description: "The neighborhood associations, the housing associations, want to be a part and have some input. So that's part of a concern, that there does not seem to be a plan yet, with this huge accumulation of land."|
Proponents of the plan say that the provision would be the best thing to happen to St. Louis in the past 30 years.
From the State Capitol, I'm Carly Robertson.