Matthew Carroll-Schmidt, with Team TIF, talks the downside of Proposition 2, the April 4th ballot proposal, which supports a soccer stadium and why he thinks St. Louis shouldn't use public money for the stadium.
Former mayoral Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford explains the upside of Proposition 2, the April 4th ballot proposal, which supports a soccer stadium and why he thinks its passage would be good for the city and the region. Tom Michler of New Dimensions Soccer talks about how his non-profit is bringing the game to underserved urban youth and how it helps them both on and off the field.
Andrew Jones, Republican candidate for mayor of St. Louis, joins DJ in studio to talk about why he decided to run, his plans to combat crime in the city and updating the city's way of creating economic development.
Stacy Ross and Alvin Willis of Neighbors4StableSTL.org join DJ in studio to talk about Prop NS (neighborhood stabilization) and how it can help St. Louis take care of its vacant building problem. Funds from the bond issue, up to $6 million per year, would be used to stabilize vacant residential buildings and increase the chances that they would be rehabbed and re-used.