Dooley nominated businessman and former Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence to the board when former chairman Gregory Sansone stepped down in August.
The council passed the measure by a 5-2 vote at Tuesday night’s meeting. Council Chairwoman Kathleen Burkett of Overland and Councilwoman Hazel Erby of University City voted against the bill.
“Anytime I think anything is criminal or inappropriate, it is my duty and my responsibility to stand up and say so,” Dotson says.
CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOX) – Under the glare of a federal corruption probe targeting his police board, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley announced the resignation of Board of Police Commissioners Chairman Greg Sansone and the […]
Ellisville business owners brought the pressure, but Ellisville council members still shutdown Walmart’s request for an extension.
Despite an FBI investigation, Councilman Greg Quinn, R-Ballwin, says that’s not why his resolution praising Fitch was brought to a vote Tuesday.
Dooley could face a challenger in the Democratic primary, County Councilman Steve Stenger. Republican Bill Corrigan is also exploring the possibility of running. Corrigan, a lawyer, lost to Dooley in 2010.
St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch is requesting an investigation of the $3.75 million contract awarded to a company co-owned by Police Board Chairman Gregory Sansone.