David W. Sweeney Interviewed in Realtime REALTOR® Podcast on Changes to Elections in the City of St. Louis

Lewis Rice member David W. Sweeney appeared in a podcast episode of Realtime REALTOR® to discuss the changes to elections in the City of St. Louis brought on by Proposition D. A registered lobbyist, Dave discusses with St. Louis REALTORS® Director of Government Affairs Charlie Hinderliter how the changes will impact City elections this March and April, as well as what voters need to know as the elections approach. 

To read our client alert on Proposition D, and to listen to the podcast episode, click under "Resources" below.

Contract lobbyist for St. Louis REALTORS®, David focuses on lobbying, governmental and finance matters; municipal and public law; government affairs; zoning, land use, tax increment financing, community improvement districts, and other development incentives. His experience ranges from drafting and overseeing implementation of legislation regarding tax increment financing, community improvement districts, special business districts, transportation development districts, and property tax abatements to representation of governmental entities in a variety of real estate development and finance matters.

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