Panel Will Decide How Land Near Lambert Is Developed
St. Louis, MO – Officials in St. Louis County have named a commission that will oversee just how about 475 acres of land near Lambert Airport are developed.
The land is just east of the airport and includes parts of the cities of Berkeley, Kinloch, and Ferguson.
It's the largest patch of land available for development in St. Louis County.
The 11-member commission will hold its first meeting today (Tuesday) in Clayton. It will be led by John Temporiti. He's the president and CEO of Vanliner Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Fenton-based transportation business UniGroup.