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Converting Trends into Deals
Watch this tutorial to learn how RPR’s site selection tools reveal a broad scope of location-based attributes used to examine national trends, such as Aging America, Long Term Renters, Coworking Spaces, and more.
Be on Look Out for Catylist User Satisfaction Survey
Subscribers to the St. Louis Commercial Data Systems CIE (powered by Catylist) should have received an invitation to complete a User Satisfaction Survey. Your feedback is important. Please take a few moments to complete this survey. Your feedback will assist Catylist in identifying improvements to the platform in an effort to make this as responsive as possible to your business needs.
St. Louis and National COVID-19 Advocacy Efforts
St. Louis City and County tightened their restrictions around COVID-19 in the last month. There are New Metro East COVID-19 restrictions that were put in place recently as well. READ MORE
Missouri Scout had a poll out that has Missourians favoring a mask mandate and the issue evenly split among Republicans. It also polled each of the statewide races this Fall.
Some CARES Act provisions expired on July 31, 2020, including the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.
Congress went on their August recess without passing the next round of COVID-19 related legislation, which stalled as the negotiators didn’t find a compromise the parties would accept.
President Trump signed four executive orders related to COVID-19 relief after Congressional negotiations fell apart. The legality of these orders is in question.
City Health Department to close businesses not complying with public health orders. READ MORE
Governor Parson announced a COVID-19 grant fund for 501c3s.
The City of St. Louis has added an additional $2 million to rental and mortgage assistance. READMORE
Eviction moratoriums remain in place in St. Louis City and County at the order of the courts.
“Eviction moratorium is devastating small-time landlords in St. Louis, lawyer says” READMORE
St. Louis County is looking at how it might distribute CARES Act money to municipalities. Some municipalities want it per capita, while the County Executive and Council chair are looking at those municipalities with the greatest need. READMORE
NRDS Profile – When Was the Last Time You Updated Your Profile?