After the Webster Groves City Council's 6 p.m. closed session meeting tonight, there may be an open meeting to discuss "future institutional collaboration."
There have been numerous public hearings on the matter in the last couple of months - all of which have been continued.
One of the biggest concerns among residents is the seminary's plan to lease or sell 7.5 acres at the southeast quadrant of the campus, which is located at Lockwood and Bompart avenues. Also of concern is that Webster University has some first-right of refusal of properties.
Patch has calls into Eden and Webster University to see if they will have representatives at tonight's meeting and will update this story if and when we hear back from the institutions.
See previous stories/blogs:
- One Way to Resolve the Eden Master Plan and its Implications for Webster University and our Webster Groves Community
- Eden Seminary Public Hearing Postponed Once Again
- Decision On Eden Master Plan Postponed Again
- Resident Proposes Ideas for Use of Eden Seminary Green Space
- Residents Express Concerns Over Eden Seminary Master Plan
- Webster Council Postpones Decision on Eden Seminary Master Plan
- Eden Seminary Seeks City's OK for Consolidation of Campus