St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley says the construction of the senior center in Oakville can’t be stopped by the government.
An email suggests that if voters deny tax increase, then Co. Exec Dooley is “in a better position to make drastic cuts in the parks”
Hopes to better keep track of scrap thieves to steal from cars, air conditioners and even phone lines and cell towers.
St. Louis County’s parks department spent a half-million dollars on new cars and trucks, while people were being laid off and parks were threatened with closure.
“They have left funds just lying in accounts that would’ve been very helpful during the alleged financial crisis,” councilman Steve Stenger said.
“That particular project is not strong enough or firm enough” to warrant the grant, St. Louis County councilwoman Colleen Wasinger said.
An emergency vote by County Council members means those who pay before January 23rd will not be assessed interest or penalties.
Kathy J. Weinman urged the St. Louis County Council to take immediate action, and ensure that women are never turned away from the shelter bearing her name.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley laid out Monday exactly how many employees he believes he needs to balance the budget.
“I think that’s off the table for right now, so I’m going to leave that alone,” he declared.