St. Louis Blues owners go to court over funding snag

Owners of the NHL’s St. Louis Blues are taking the city’s comptroller to court for refusing to sign a $ 64 million financing agreement to renovate the Scottrade Center.

Aldermen approved funding in February after contentious negotiations. But Comptroller Darlene Green’s signature is required for the sale of bonds, and she won’t sign.

The Blues’ ownership group, the Kiel Center Partners, said in a statement Tuesday that Green “does not have the authority to veto bills passed by law by the Board of Aldermen and the Mayor.” The group is seeking a court order forc…
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