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ERC Cos. Breaks Ground on MO Luxury Apartments

ERC Chief Investment Officer Justin VanLandschoot

ERC Companies has broken ground on the PURE St. Peters Apartments, a 143-unit luxury apartment community in St. Peters, Mo.

“ERC is known for providing cost effective housing options with a sense of place,” Justin VanLandschoot, ERC’s chief investment officer, told MHN.

Located at 100 Pure St., the PURE St. Peters Apartments will offer both one- and two-bedroom units, all with granite countertops, subway tile backsplashes, plank flooring and a washer/dryer. It will also offer corporate housing opportunities and flexible lease terms.

The property offers a smoke-free community, a pool with sundeck, a fitness center and professional onsite management through 2B Residential. The community is also pet-friendly.

It’s located close by the Barnes-J...

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Additional Information About 8217 Wilson Ave, Parkville, MD 21234

8217 Wilson Ave, Parkville, MD 21234
8217 Wilson Ave, Parkville, MD 21234

Lot Size Area: 5000

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2018 Predictions for the Missouri Housing Market

There are several reasons why potential home buyers are cautious this year as they browse the selection of homes available. There is a significant demand for available homes on the market all throughout the nation. Some areas need any type of housing while others are desperate for more affordable housing options.

The decrease in inventory makes choosing a home difficult for buyers who are looking for a specific type of home or one within a particular price range. It also makes it difficult for buyers who would like more time to make such an important decision. Since there are few homes available, buyers are urged to act quickly if they find a property they are interested in, or else it could be too late.

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Fight over Greitens’ school board appointees spills into Missouri House

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JEFFERSON CITY • A day before a Senate panel weighs in on one of Gov. Eric Greitens’ controversial appointees to the state school board, a House panel debated a plan to rein in the governor’s ability to name people to key boards and commissions.

Under legislation outlined Tuesday, the governor would be barred from using many of the tactics he employed to stack the school board and other commissions with his appointees. For example, he would have to inform the Senate of any appointments made to state boards or commissions when the Legislature is not in session.

The proposal also would slow down the appointment process and require more transparency when a governor names members to the scores of boards and commissions that oversee state laws and regulations.

It also would bar...

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Auburn softball suffers devastating series loss at last place Missouri

Kaylee Carlson allowed three home runs in a 5-4 loss to Missouri(

For too long this season, Auburn softball asked its pitchers to be nearly perfect in order to win games.

On Saturday, last place Missouri got to Kaylee Carlson and Makayla Martin and No. 8 Auburn’s offense continued to sputter in a pair of devastating losses, 5-4 and 5-1, in Columbia that deal a likely death blow to Auburn’s chances of hosting an NCAA Super Regional.

Auburn (36-10, 9-8 SEC) led 3-0 in the top of the fifth inning when play resumed from Friday’s game, which was suspended due to weather.

Alyssa Rivera hit a solo home run to give Auburn a 4-0 lead in the top of the sixth but Missouri got it back in the bottom of the frame on a solo shot by Cayla Kessinger off Carlson.

Auburn’s ace had a three-run lead with one o...

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Woodneath Library project puts historic home in spotlight | The Kansas City Star

A capital campaign to restore an historic home adjoining Woodneath Library Center in Clay County will have its public launch April 6.

The aim of the public campaign, “A Home for Your Story,” is to raise funds to preserve the home and make it available for public and library space.

The campaign kickoff is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Woodneath Library, 8900 N.E. Flintlock Road in Kansas City, North. The event will include tours of the home and a variety of activities — including a free performance by Mr. Stinky Feet & the Hiccups, a petting zoo, cotton candy and popcorn.

“We have lived near the beautiful historic home for many years now,” said Jeremiah Morgan, who is spearheading the campaign along with his wife Rebecca and the Mid-Continent Public Library system...

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Missouri man’s sudden death during Colorado family ski trip sparks social media movement

It was the "perfect storm," Jim Flath says of his 26-year-old son’s sudden death during a family ski vacation in Colorado. His youngest son, James, died Sunday — one day after he was diagnosed with the flu.

"It was a really unfortunate series of events," Flath, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, told Fox News. "The flu combined with high altitude sickness … and he had sleep apnea, which may have caused some of the problems."

Feeling under the weather, James went to a nearby urgent care Saturday morning. Doctors told him he had the flu and to take it easy. His parents and his girlfriend planned to go out to dinner that night, but James decided to stay behind and rest in the condo, hoping he would recover quickly.

"He said, ‘Go have fun!’" Flath recalled...

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Parkville, MD (21234)

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Jobs report to show whether pay gains portend high inflation

WASHINGTON — The February U.S. jobs report being released Friday will help address a question on the minds of many: Is worker pay finally accelerating?

January’s jobs data had shown the sharpest year-over-year average pay increase in eight years. That news ignited a sustained sell-off in stocks on fears that inflation might be picking up.

In the week that followed the release of the January wage data, traders sent stock prices tumbling 10 percent — deep enough to qualify as a “correction” — for the first time in two years. And bond yields surged to their highest levels in four years. That increase reflected anticipation that the Federal Reserve might step up its rate hikes to control inflation.

A broad and sustained pickup in pay gains is considered good news by most people, especially sin...

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Housing committee partners with developer on affordable housing project

An artist’s rendering of the proposed Liberty Apartments, to be built on land along South West End Boulevard and the adjacent rear portion of 1112 Linden St.

An area housing committee is partnering with a developer on plans to build a 40-unit, affordable-housing complex in Cape Girardeau.

The city council recently endorsed the plan, which depends on securing tax credits from the Missouri Housing

Development Commission to make it financially feasible.

The Liberty Apartment projects would be built on a five-acre site, encompassing land along South West End Boulevard and the adjacent rear portion of 1112 Linden St., developer Chad Hartle said.

Hartle would develop and manage the apartments...

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