It happened at about 8 a.m. in the 4100 block of Muro, near Natural Bridge and Fee Fee Rd.
Charlie Dooley has had financial and political ties to Richard Callow, a political consultant who is now working in public relations for Republic Services, the company that owns the burning landfill.
“The sales tax issue did pass, the bond issue did not. It required two-thirds favorable vote, 66 percent, and it only received 60 percent,” he said.
There are those who disagree with the notion that the West Lake waste doesn’t constitute a public health risk. Many of those dissenters plan to protest Wednesday morning.
The Missouri Highway Patrol says the driver suddenly became ill before her car struck a pedestrian. She died a short time later.
The suspect abandoned his car and took off on foot in the area of Fee Fee Road, at the border of Bridgeton and Maryland heights.
It was a meeting between EPA officials and Bridgeton residents that often devolved into chaotic shouting and left many questions unanswered.
We’re going to ask the EPA why we’re seeing more radioactivity in the ground water from the most recent report,” an environmental group spokesman said.
About 200 people packed into the cafeteria of Pattonville High, watching a projector and submitting questions through a moderator.
State Representative Bill Otto is scheduled to release new information Monday afternoon regarding the burning Bridgeton landfill.