Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, March 28th – Is Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul being railroaded out of office?
John and Michael talk with Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and his Att’y Chet Pleban about impeachment charges agst. Mayor Paul; with Susan Trautman of Great Rivers Greenway about allocation of tax money for the Arch, parks & bike trails, should Prop. P pass; and discuss whether the Catholic Church has done a good job rebranding itself since the retirement of Pope Benedict.
A judge usually isn’t also part of the prosecution. But then again, the impeachment process for Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul has been anything but usual.
On Monday, the Ellisville City Council was ordered to hand over a number of documents to Chet Pleban, the attorney representing Mayor Adam Paul.
Paul called the impeachment attempt “the worst PR for our city” and “an epic waste of time and money.”
Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul isn’t off the hook but the case against him just got a lot weaker.
The allegations against Mayor Adam Paul are serious: drinking on the job, sharing details of closed meetings, shouting profanity during public forums, and more.
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John and Michael talk with STL Att’y Chet Pleban about the legal penalties for last night’s Cardinals/Phillies Streaker Collin Grundstrom, Jefferson City, MO, resident. Kitty Radcliffe, Pres./CEO of the CVC, makes an announcement regarding the […]
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