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A New Horizon for Riverside, Missouri

This multi-phased project created a levee to provide flood protection, the construction of an interchange at I-635 and Horizons Parkway, and local infrastructure projects to support economic development.

Historic Lowell Lofts Help to Transform a Neighborhood

Spencer Fane uses an innovative financing preserve a historic landmark.

Horseshoe Bend Transportation Development District – Lake Ozark, MO

Spencer Fane represented a multi-use developer to create a new Transportation Development District. As counsel to the new TDD, Spencer Fane led an initiative that included political consultants, Missouri’s Federal Delegation, the City of Lake Ozark, the Missouri Department of Transportation, and Missouri Department of Economic Development to pursue a significant corridor improvement.

New Spirit of 76 Country Boulevard – Branson, MO

The Spirit of 76 Project is a multi-year, multi-phase project and is a collaborative effort between Spencer Fane, Cook, Flatt & Strobel, Sprinkle Consulting, BNIM architects, Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, and CJW Transportation Consultants.

South 63 Corridor Community Improvement District – Kirksville, MO

Spencer Fane represented a retail developer and worked with the City of Kirksville and the Missouri Department of Transportation to create a new Community Improvement District.

Stadium Corridor Transportation Development District A – Columbia, MO

Spencer Fane represented a retail developer to create a new Transportation Development District. As counsel to the new TDD Spencer Fane lead an initiative that included the City of Columbia, the Missouri Department of Transportation, the Missouri Transportation Finance Board and two other TDDs formed over adjacent retail development at Spencer Fane’s bequest to pursue a significant corridor improvement.

The SMART Lake: East Locust Creek Reservoir

The East Locust Creek Reservoir was sized and sited to address the most acute water shortage in the State of Missouri. Because of the geology, topography and climate of the 10 County region around Milan, Missouri, as well as the lack of an adequate fresh water aquifer, the area has lived under the threat of drought. The $69 million, 2,235 acre Reservoir is designed to provide 7 million gallons of water per day to over 54,000 people in a ten county region. The formation of the Commission is a part of the Department of Natural Resources strategic consolidation and the Reservoir is viewed as the ultimate solution to address the acute water supply shortage. Currently, the North Central Regional Water Commission, a seller of wholesale water, provides 622,000 gallons of treated water per day to over 3,000 customers, in addition to raw water sold to Farmland. The current source of water is the 200 acre Elmwood Lake, augmented by a pump station and line from Locust Creek (as well as an emergency water line to Trenton).