Husch Blackwell Partner Gary H. Feder was sworn in January 26 as President of the Board of Directors of the Clayton Century Foundation (CCF) for a two-year term.
Feder concentrates his practice in Real Estate & Development law, Business Litigation, Public Finance and Tax. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of real estate development issues, such as the use of tax increment financing, transportation development districts and urban redevelopment corporations. In addition, Feder is well-known for his zoning work and public/private partnerships.
The CCF is a non-profit organization established to support the city of Clayton's history, arts, parks and sustainability efforts by seeking financial support from Clayton residents, businesses and philanthropists to accomplish projects the city cannot finance. The Foundation is currently preparing for the celebration of Clayton's first century - the city’s 100th anniversary - in 2013.