Sunset Hills Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Jimmy John'sSome say they'll seriously consider leaving if S. Lindbergh location is approved.
Green Tight-Lipped Ahead of Expected Testimony Next Week"Under the advice of council, I have no comment," Green says.
Crestwood TIF Commission Recommends Approval Of Mall Redevelopment PlanThe move means the city's board of aldermen will only need a simple majority to approve TIF spending.
Voters May Be Asked to Approve a $25 Mill Bond IssueThe bond issue would pay for new firetrucks, ambulances and trash trucks in the city.
Less Money Fewer Cops: Slay, Dotson Struggle For FundsWith red light cameras out of the equation, it's not clear how many officers could be hired even if aldermen pass a funding plan.
UPDATED: St. Louis Aldermen Advance Stadium-Funding BillThree protesters were arrested inside the Board of Aldermen meeting for shouting and interrupting during floor debate on the stadium funding plan, KMOX's Kevin Killeen reports.
STL Alderwoman Tweets of Bribery, Corruption After Stadium Funding VoteMegan Green, wrapping up her first year representing the 15th Ward, tweeted shortly after the vote that "The deal cutting, bribery and correction at City Hall will never cease to amaze me," later changing "correction" to "corruption."
Possible Vote for Stadium Financing Package Next WeekThe chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, Alderman Steve Conway, says he will schedule a vote on the stadium financing package for 9 a.m. Thursday.
Proposal for STLNFL Public Vote Dies in CommitteeThe bill to have a public vote on the stadium died in committee by a 5-3 vote, but not before sponsor Alderwoman Megan Green butted heads with Alderman Joe Vollmer.
Rams' Fans Still Mixed On Team's Future In St. LouisKMOX's Brian Kelly spoke to fans before Sunday's game who feel the NFL will let Kroenke's money do the talking.
Police Chief Blames Aldermen for No New OfficersSt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is standing firm - the Board of Aldermen is the reason more police officers haven’t been hired.
Expert: St. Louis Police Need Money More Than Fire Dept.Rosenfeld told the Aldermanic Public Safety Committee the city has too many firemen sitting around waiting for a fire, when police are overworked.

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