Hancock & Kelley – Friday, June 3rd
John talks with St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District Spokesman Lance Lecomb about the MSD’s agreement on billions to end lawsuit.
The Supreme Court rules on a case dealing with the Patriot Act and John Ashcroft. John talks with Paul Rosenzweig, Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
A tribute to the late Louis Sachs, planner, developer and the “Father of Modern Chesterfield, with Dr. William Danforth, Chancellor Emeritus, Washington University and family friend.
Another tribute to the late Louis Sachs of Sachs Properties with John Nations, former three-term Mayor of Chesterfield, and current head of Metro.
Sheryl Polk of the United Way of Greater St. Louis tells our listeners how they can help with the Joplin, MO, tornado clean-up. (To volunteer, log on to 211Missouri.org)
Ed Spevak of the St. Louis Zoo explains the appearance of millions of 13-year cicadas in the St. Louis area this year.
John talks with Carol Ferring Shepley, author of “Movers and Shakers, Scalawags and Suffragettes: Tales from Bellefontaine Cemetery”.
John talks with Dennis Ruckman, President of Advanced Environmental Servies, about his trip to help the tornado victims in Joplin, MO.