A second lawsuit has been filed challenging the legitimacy of the pending Loop Trolley project.
The first, filed last week in federal court, alleges the 2007 vote to set up the special taxing district to support the trolley violated the constitution because it allowed property owners multiple votes based on the acreage they own. University City Council member Elsie Glickert is one of four plaintiffs in that lawsuit.
Now Glickert has filed a separate lawsuit in state court. The new suit claims University City violated Sunshine Laws when a meeting agenda failed to specify the details of a permit change up for a vote in March.