Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt Announces Settlement with the St. Louis Housing Authority

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St. Louis, MO (STL.News) – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced today that the office settled the lawsuit pending against the Saint Louis Housing Authority and McCormack Baron for violations of the Missouri Merchandising Protection Act and public nuisance claims.

“I am pleased that the Saint Louis Housing Authority and McCormack Baron have taken steps since this case was filed to stem the infestations suffered by their tenants,” said Attorney General Schmitt.  “The terms of the settlement will ensure that they will continue their remediation efforts and become transparent with consumers and tax payers about the housing conditions at the complex.”

The lawsuit was filed in August 2018 after a public outcry by consumers living in the Clinton Peabody Housing Complex south of downtown St.

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