Speaking of MLS, I see quite a few St. Louis leaders scrambling to respond to this post from residents asking why none of this is included in St. Louis’ MlS proposal in my feed…<br><br>”Nashville’s Major League Soccer team ownership and a group of community stakeholders said they agreed to “the majority of terms” late Monday on a closely watched agreement designed to ensure the city’s proposed MLS stadium produces good-paying jobs, a child care center and affordable housing.”<br><br>It never occurred to them to ask or require anything for poor citizens who would be taxed to fund a new stadium. A mayor, President of the Board of Aldermen, 28 aldermen, state senators and reps and no one thought to amend this proposal to include ANYTHING for those who would bear the financial burden? <br><br>If one did, I would love to see it, tag me in the comments.

Speaking of MLS, I see quite a few St. Louis leaders scrambling to respond to this post from residents asking why none of this is included in St. Louis' MlS proposal in my feed...

"Nashville's Major League Soccer team ownership and a group of community stakeholders said they agreed to "the majority of terms" late Monday on a closely watched agreement designed to ensure the city's proposed MLS stadium produces good-paying jobs, a child care center and affordable housing."

It never occurred to them to ask or require anything for poor citizens who would be taxed to fund a new stadium. A mayor, President of the Board of Aldermen, 28 aldermen, state senators and reps and no one thought to amend this proposal to include ANYTHING for those who would bear the financial burden?

If one did, I would love to see it, tag me in the comments.

Nashville MLS ownership reaches terms on community benefits agreement for stadium project

The two sides, in a letter to the council Monday and co-signed by both parties, outlined points of agreement on affordable housing
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