County Commissioner says alternatives needed if landfill zoning denied.
County Commissioners begin final debate over coal ash landfill
Last night’s storms left many in the area without power this morning.
Ameren says expanded nuclear power remains a solution to meet energy needs.
As the economy stumbles, more fall behind paying their cooling bill.
Utility says lawsuit lacks facts
Charlie talks with Bevis Schock who defends his client’s “fundamental right” to smoke in a Clayton public park; with Economist Chris Varvares about the latest unemployment numbers; with Ameren Missouri’s Richard Mark and Cara Dolly; and with the British Ambassador to the U.S., Sir Nigel Sheinwald.
For months, some residents of Franklin County have been consumed with trying to keep a massive landfill for coal ash out of their backyard.
Company asks for 11% increase in electricity rates
Presiding Commissioner says no easy solution