Webster Groves City Council approaches a final reading and vote, which may in part limit the lease or sale of property at Eden Theological Seminary. Learn about the "life" of Ordinance 8753 and how it could affect Webster University.
After three postponements, Ordinance 8753 moved forward at Webster Groves City Council meeting. The ordinance outlines the possible sale or lease of Eden's property to 10 vendors including Webster University.
Webster Groves Mayor Gerry Welch announced plans for regular meetings between city government, Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary. These meetings come after a summer of city council meetings surrounding Eden’s master plan.
Webster University’s expansion across Lockwood may come to fruition on Aug. 21 if the Webster Groves City Council decides to approve Eden Seminary’s 2012 master plan which is outlined in Webster Groves Ordinance 8753. We believe Webster University has the right to cross Lockwood. And, we are sure it will.
The Webster Groves City Council decided not to move forward with a decision regarding Eden’s master plan at its July 17 meeting. The decision was made because several people, including Eden’s president, were unable to attend the meeting. Webster Groves residents voiced their opinions on the master plan again.
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