Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, July 17th – Pam Walker; Greg Streeter; Jeff Mittman; Jeff Aboussie; Joseph Miller; Harry Hamm
John and Michael talks with STL Health Director Pam Walker about new rules for City carriage horses. Greg Streeter, owner of the St. Louis Carriage Company, says he will ignore Pam Walker’s requirements for horse […]
Charlie talks with Mike Jones, Sr. Policy Advisor to Charlie Dooley; with Jeff Aboussie about the apprenticeship programs in the STL trades; and with Edward Klein about his book, Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. The Obamas.
Those who’ve been working on the project will be saluted by the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust during an event at the site Monday.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with John Hancock and Michael Kelley. Their guests are Missouri State Senator Kurt Schaefer and Jeff Aboussie, executive secretary treasurer of the St. Louis Building and Construction Trades Council.
Citizen advocate Kathy Tremeear is making the case for red light cameras.
Michael Kelley with the STL Post-Dispatch’s Tony Messener and St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann talk with vacationing Hancock & Kelley co-host John Hancock; talk about the Missouri legislature, TIF money, and smoking bans; talk with Jeff Aboussie of the Building and Construction Trades Council about workers comp; talk with Mo. Hse. Speaker Pro Tem Shane Schoeller about a proposed birther law, which would require presidential and vice presidential candiates to provide birth certificates to be on the ballot; with MSD’s Lance Lecomb about $4.7 billion for STL sewers; and with Harry Hamm about the new weekend movies and the Fox’s “Bring It On”.
Charlie talks with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the teams’ losing streak…with Jeff Aboussie of the STL Bldg.&Construction Trades Council about union work on the new $16 mil. telecommunications centers in West STL County…with Author Peter Sims who says you have to make mistakes to succeed… and with Sister Marguerite of Little Sisters of the Poor about their upcoming 5K Run/Walk to benefit the indigent in North STL.