If the city council approves the development of a new Walmart in Ellisville, approximately 130 residents living in 85 units at Clarkchester apartments would have to move out so the developer could use that land.
The city, however, recently announced that those tenants would now be eligible to receive double the cash benefit from the Sansone Group should the development be approved, according to a press release which was read at the last planning and zoning meeting.
Tenants can choose either the $2000 cash benefit, or the actual relocation costs.
Sansone also announced that it hired a relocation expert to deal with the matter. Jennifer Kaniecki, of Development Resource Partners, has mailed the tenants all of the relocation information and has met with 55 households, according to the press release.
Any tenants with questions about the relocation are urged to contact Kaniecki at (314) 395-9905
What do you think of the Sansone Group’s announcement?