ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Changes seem to be happening all over St. Louis City and County. That could include the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus in north St. Louis County.
St. Louis City NAACP President Adolphus Pruitt said the new public recreation complex could potentially bode well for young athletes and the local economy.
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“Hopefully, we’re standing at the site of a first-class track and field facility, that also serves the community and serves the use for future track and field experiences for the University of Missouri St. Louis too,” Pruitt said.
“It would attract 16 million dollars or more in economic input would fill hotel rooms and at the same time it would fill 170 jobs, so I think it’s a win-win.
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