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 first draft came out last week but council members, including Council Chair Kathleen Burkett, D-Overland, say so far, so good.
Councilman Steve Stenger raised $223,000 in the last quarter, nearly twice as much as County Executive Charlie Dooley’s $118,000.
County Executive Charlie Dooley says the process is going slower than expected because of a new ordinance which requires background checks for nominees.
Method Insight, founded just last year, has withdrawn its name from the running for the contract to market for St. Louis County Parks.
Despite an FBI investigation, Councilman Greg Quinn, R-Ballwin, says that’s not why his resolution praising Fitch was brought to a vote Tuesday.
Many citizens are concerned the move is one step closer to a merger between the city and county.
Greg Quinn, the lone “no” vote, represents the Wildwood area and said the bill is too vague for his liking.
The audit calls into question several of the Children’s Service Fund’s contracts for either spending too much or spending without approval.