The press conference Tuesday will be held at Cheshire Inn at the corner of Clayton and Skinker Roads. It is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.
“The day Mayor Francis Slay signs a contract and commits the city under a contract without going through the appropriate channels, I will file a lawsuit,” Lewis Reed says.
St. Louis Circuit Court judges are moving toward approval of a plan that could move gun cases to the front of the line.
Mayor Slay is urging the district to consider allowing a charter school access to the two buildings. In a letter to school board president Rick Sullivan, Slay called the buildings “civic assets.”
McKee supporters U.S. Rep. Lacy Clay, D-St. Louis, and Mayor Francis Slay say it’s time to give McKee his $400 million city tax break.
At 10 a.m. Tuesday, an Illinois House committee will hold a hearing about offering ADM a ten percent break on utility taxes for three decades as well as an income tax credit.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that in St. Louis a family of four earning $50,000 would pay $32 each month for the lowest premium coverage plan.
“As far as we’re concerned, if they come to St. Louis, whether it’s the city or county, we’re all going to benefit,” the mayor said.
Two days after city judges rejected a proposal to create a special gun court in St. Louis, Missouri’s attorney general and the city’s police chief reiterated their support for the new approach at an urban crime summit at St. Louis University.
“I think you would have to not be paying attention to the evening news to not see what seems to be a spiraling impact of gun violence in our region, in our city”