Mercedes Benz of St. Louis is now actually in St. Louis. Formerly Tri-Star Imports, Mercedes Benz of St. Louis moved from Ellisville to a gleaming, glass-walled building on Hampton across from the St. Louis Zoo.
Last night, aldermen stamped approval on a resolution against city-county merger efforts.
A federal judge has issued a permanent injunction prohibiting a St. Louis County town from ticketing drivers for flashing their headlights to warn other drivers that police are nearby.
Council members decided to kill the city’s controversial red light camera program, citing a series of recent court rulings.
The flash from red light cameras could soon be a thing of the past in Ellisville.
Paul was elected in a four-way race in April 2012 after plastering the slogan “No Walmart” on his yard signs.
He says the Walmart and impeachment controversies are “more of a springboard and less of a hinderance.”
The red light cameras are still flashing in Ellisville.
Depending on a final court decision, Ellisville could do away with red light cameras.
In the wake of a Walmart fiasco that almost kicked-out hundreds of renting residents, Ellisville has tightened the rules on eminent domain.