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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - The National Geospacial-Intelligence Agency is moving from it's location in St. Louis and Scott Air Force Base is among the finalist sites for the move.

NGA's currently employs about 3,000 people.   Other sites include:

  • Fenton, at the old Chrysler plant, along I-44, southwest of St. Louis
  • Mehlville, at the Met Life facility, on Tesson Ferry Road between I-270 and Route 141,
  • south of St. Louis
  • Northpark, near I-70 and Hanley Road and Lambert airport, north of St. Louis
  • North St. Louis City, near the intersections of Cass and Jefferson avenues
  • St. Clair County, along I-64, east of St. Louis in Illinois adjacent to Scott Air Force Base
  • Weldon Spring, along I-64 near Chesterfield, Missouri, northwest of St. Louis

The Army Corps of Engineers will consider pitches for more sites for 60 days. A new site will be chosen in 2016 and a facility will be ready to open in 2021.

1 Comment

  • Ace Baily

    it will be who is in with the decision makers, nothing to do with what would be the best location. the site picked by rainford and the guy he is a lackey for, is the worst possible of the ones mentioned so far. anyone remember the old post office fiasco, of a few years ago? this will be a repeat, and the taxpayer will get the short end once again.

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