Damages were calculated at $7.25 an hour to resolve the issue, adding up to $7.25 million for victims in Illinois. Legally, plaintiffs can receive eleven times the damages.
“We’re not going to barge into the room and arrest the child,” Maryland Heights Police Chief Bill Carson said.
“Let’s not be antiquated, let’s get with it,” a supporter of the ban said. “Everything comes from the coasts and it’s coming this way and we are the last ones ones to get it.”
A special committee has been charged with commissioning an independent study to provide a “comprehensive analysis of the taxation and governance issues.”
“(The General Assembly) set the rate, at that time, of $20,000 for bodily injury and $15,000 for property damage. That has not changed in 24 years,” Rep. Fine said.
Republic Services says it will remove six concrete columns from the landfill, which will make the smell worse for about two weeks.
Guards at the gates will be using metal detecting wands to make sure no one brings a handgun or any other weapon onto the course.
Koster says his office is asking questions of Schnuck’s officials to learn whether they did everything they are required to do by law in their handling of the security breach.
Lamont Aikens testified he believed he had full police powers when following orders from a licensed officer.
Alderman Scott Ogilvie’s plan would limit single contributions for the mayor, comptroller, and aldermanic president to $10,000 and no more than $3,000 for individual aldermen.
A major operation, bringing law and order to what could be the region’s most dangerous neighborhood.
Blagojevich says prosecutors are trying to prevent his lawyers from proving his innocence.