Two police officers assigned to protect County Executive Charlie Dooley are under an internal investigation in connection with their use of a criminal database.
Fourth Quarter campaign financial reports were filed by both.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Deborah Peterson discusses today’s editorial saying there is a pattern on neglect and lack of concern in St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley’s office. Pat Washington is a spokesperson for Charlie […]
St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger is calling for a top member of the Dooley administration to step down.
Dooley maintains that the county did not act inappropriately when redrawing trash routes so it shouldn’t own trash companies anything.
Between 300 and 400 jobs are expected to be added, focusing on Systems Technology, Digital Aviation and Metallics and Fabrication.
The public quarrel came as the council voted to not approve Dooley’s recent police board nominee, Bob Baer.
The council did not approve Bob Baer to the board, claiming his ties to the county executive raise flags.
The package not only supports statewide tax incentives approved Friday, totaling $1.7 billion, but also pledges another $1.8 billion.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley made it official Thursday night at the Hilton Garden Inn. He is seeking re-election.