Also confirms talks underway on burning Bridgeton landfill
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, March 13th – Legendary Actor Robert Wagner; U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill
Charlie talks with Actor Robert Wagner and U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill; Charlie and Debbie talk with SI Editor Kostya Kennedy about his book “Pete Rose”, and with Mo. State Rep. Rick Stream about amending the student transfer law; Charlie with The Scottish Arms Executive Chef Carl Hazel, and with Keith Alper of Creative Producers Group.
The Pattonville School Superintendent joins the Missouri Delegation in making that request
CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOX) – Declaring he “still has fire in the gut” and wants to serve four more years, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley filed papers today for re-election. In a spirited interview with […]
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster warns the owners of the burning landfill to cooperate more with state and local officials — or face court action.
Owner says no indication of any public safety concerns
More than fifty people have posted written complaints about the smell neighborhood activist, Dawn Champman, describes as “burning tire, rubber, even a little bit of raw gasoline or kerosene.”
The EPA will be digging up to 80 feet deep to find out if radioactive waste from the West Lake Landfill has migrated closer to an underground fire at the Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill.
The new testing will include drilling up to 80 feet in the ground to determine if any dirt near the landfill includes radioactive material.
The odor problem that has plagued the Bridgeton Landfill in St. Louis County for several months is back, and this time the extreme cold weather from earlier this week is part of the problem.