St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 24.32 Legislative Findings with Respect to Review of Certain Demolitions
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Legislative Findings with Respect to Review of Certain Demolitions
The Board of Aldermen of the City finds and declares as follows:
A. St. Louis contains a stock of residential and commercial buildings which is characterized by certain common architectural styles and quality construction.
B. This building stock imparts a distinct and distinguished appearance to St. Louis which is of benefit and is attractive to visitors.
C. Adaptive reuse of residential and commercial buildings in St. Louis has often proved to be an economically feasible and potentially profitable alternative to demolition and should be encouraged.
D. Evaluation of the economic feasibility and potential profitability of adaptive reuse is a legitimate function of the Preservation Board and Cultural Resources Office.
(Ord. 64689 § 54, 1999.)
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