Lake St. Louis Firefighters Face Heat Wave in Broken TrucksThe heat wave is bearing down hard on the Lake St. Louis Fire Department - all three of its aging firetrucks have broken air conditioners.
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.
'Lockbox' Proposed to Prevent Police Fund PilferingSouthside alderwoman Donna Baringer says a recent bond issue was voted down because voters got burned once before.
Ladue Schools Seek to Double Property Tax Levy for HS RenovationsThe Ladue school district wants to double its current property tax levy to make improvements to Ladue Horton Watkins High School.
Comptroller Green Proposes $25 Million Bond Issue for FirefightersTaxes wouldn't be raised to do it.
Berkeley Breaks Ground on New $5.5 Million Police DepartmentBerkeley's entire police also will be wearing body cameras, paid for by a DEA grant program.
Vice Chair, Some Legislators Fight Stadium Bond IssueThe Vice Chair of the House Budget Committee Scott Fitzpatrick, issued a written warning to Missouri’s Governor that he will fight funding of any NFL football stadium bond issue that does not have legislative approval.
Chairman Pushes for Mapping Defense Project to RelocateThe defeat of a bond issue that would have helped St. Louis retain the defense mapping agency, is raising hopes the project could end up in St. Clair County, Illinois.
Rejected Bond Issue May Hurt St. Louis Fire DepartmentThe St. Louis Fire Chief is disappointed that city voters rejected a $180 million bond issue on Tuesday, which included $40 million for the fire department.
Prop 1 is a Lonely Measure on Tuesday's City BallotAn estimated 10 percent of voters are expected and Prop 1 needs a two-thirds majority vote to pass.
$180 Million Bond Issue- St. Louis Fire Dept Wants UpgradesTuesday's vote could give the St. Louis Fire Department $40 million if the issue gets two-thirds of the votes.
Alderman Boyd: Some City Leaders Let Personal Issues Effect PolicyBoyd has been pushing for more St. Louis police officers, though some of his colleagues tabled a bill that called for 160 new officers.