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Reginald P. Scott

Executive Director

Lemay Housing Partnership Inc

HQ Phone:  (314) 631-9905

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Lemay Housing Partnership Inc

P.O. Box 16356

St. Louis, Missouri, 63125

United States

Company Description

LHP serves as the fiscal agent for the Metro Saint Louis Home Repair Network. If we can't help you, we probably know someone who can. LHP is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board has at all times at least one third of its membership comprised by low-in...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-chair

Community Builders Network


Vice President of Community Development Banking

PNC Bank Corp.


Vice President

Bank of America Corporation


Affiliations

Gateway Community Development Fund Inc

Board Member


RISE Inc.

Board Member


Cardinal Ritter College Prep High School

Board Member


St. Louis Equity Fund Inc

Board Member


Paraquad Inc

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

business administration

Rockhurst University


Master's degree

public policy

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor


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October | 2015 | The Housing Partnership

Reginald Scott
Reginald Scott Receives Above and Beyond Award from Lemay Chamber of Commerce Congratulations to THP Executive Director, Reginald Scott, for receiving the Above and Beyond Award from the Lemay Chamber of...


Collaboration Continues to Lift the Community of Lemay « Community Builders Network of Metro St Louis

"Lemay Homes is really providing an opportunity for more housing options in this community," said Reginald Scott, LHP's Executive Director.
"That's one of LHP's goals, to create more quality housing options for people who live here and also to encourage folks to move here." Reginald Scott Reginald Scott, Executive Director of Lemay Housing Partnership, Inc. Lemay Homes is the latest in a series of efforts to lift the well-being of the Lemay community. After the flood of 1993 wiped out many area homes and part of what was then downtown Lemay, local leaders and residents worked together and developed plans and implementation strategies that eventually led to the formation of LHP in 1998. For Scott, those foundations speak to the resilient, engaged spirit of Lemay's residents. "LHP was created via concerned people in the community coming together and working hard to look out for one another," he said. "They will learn to be homeowners," Scott explained. "A lot of the units came online over the summer, and we gave them hoses and sprinklers so they could water the sod and seed. And each year we hope to pass on more responsibilities, so at the end of the day they can function comfortably and confidently." Scott cites this capacity to provide comfort and security as one of Lemay Homes' biggest strengths. "For some of the new residents, it's been amazing to see the impact on them and their family living in a brand-new, single-family home. It can have a huge impact on your self-esteem," he said. "What's occurred in other lease-purchase projects similar to this one is that people really take ownership and pride in a brand-new home with new appliances and modern features. So we hope that the new home will be a motivator and stabilizer for the new residents and that its affordable price will create and sustain an improved quality of life for all the families." The positive impact of Lemay Homes has also carried over to the community at-large. Expanded housing options and improved housing stock mean higher home values for area residents, and the new construction projects have drawn noticeable responses from neighbors who have been inspired to complete their own home improvements. "Once we started doing development work of scale, we saw a lot of folks come out and start to invest," Scott said. "A lot of fix-up, painting, new windows, et cetera." LHP's home repair program makes that home repair work more economically viable for Lemay residents. "We're trying to reinforce and provide services to existing homeowners so that they don't feel like they can't improve their conditions as well," Scott explained. "I give this community credit-they do show up and are engaged in the planning," Scott said. Residents said they'd like to see coffee and ice cream shops, cafes, and other small, community-oriented businesses within walking distance. Development work might also feature service providers that offer workforce training, financial services and counseling, health services, or office space for local professionals. These possibilities and completed projects have lifted the collective spirit of Lemay residents, many of whom have faced uncertainty about the area's future in years past. The community has been hit with foreclosures and tax delinquencies, previous development plans included speculation about a potential industrial park, and some residents worried that an expansion of River City Casino might capture vacant land for parking. The result, Scott said, was that "people held off on really making significant equity investments in their property." That's important," Scott emphasized. "You have to really work to create a game plan, and make sure you have shared ownership of the plan with the stakeholders in the community." As far as that plan is concerned, LHP remains committed to celebrating the community's achievements along the way as it continues to explore next steps. "We're one of many folks out here trying to figure it out," Scott said.


Committees « Community Builders Network of Metro St Louis

Reginald Scott - Lemay Housing Partnership
Reginald Scott - Lemay Housing Partnership


Introducing Our 2017 Awards Reception Winners: Lemay Housing Partnership « Community Builders Network of Metro St Louis

Reginald Scott
Reginald Scott, Executive Director of Lemay Housing Partnership, Inc. Lemay Housing Partnership (LHP) has served the Lemay community in St. Louis County since 1998.


Lemay Housing Partnership's Tasting for Change 2016 - Rise

Rise is proud to announce our acceptance of the Community Development Partner Award, which was presented by Lemay Housing Partnership's Executive Director, Reginald Scott.
Community Development Partner of the Year Award : Rise-(Left to Right) Reginald Scott, LHP Executive Director, Stephen Acree, Rise Executive Director/President, Dr. Phil Mannhard, LHP Board Chair


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