Mayor Adam Paul says the budget cut is a ploy by city staff to make it seem like a long-disputed Walmart development is necessary or services will disappear.
Chet Pleban, the defense attorney for Mayor Adam Paul, announced last week he is throwing his hat in for the job, much to the surprise of Ellisville Councilman Matt Pirrello, who is being sued by Pleban.
Mayor Adam Paul’s political opponents are anonymously blogging their grievances under — what was — a very vulgar and explicit pen name.
“I’m so excited to get back into work but when I hear the city’s trying to appeal or reconsider the motion to stay me, it kind of took the sail out of my winds”
St. Louis County Circuit Court Judge David Lee Vincent III ruled the council failed to give Adam Paul time to prepare a defense.
The 3-3 tie came after passionate pleas from residents. “There will be no moving forward until this is resolved.”
“I want to get the city back going, I want to turn ashy back to classy,” Paul said after Wednesday’s council meeting.
Three days of grinding, grueling testimony, and Ellisville City Council members still haven’t decided what to do with Mayor Adam Paul.
After a six-hour session Monday, Tuesday night featured another marathon session of deliberations on the litany of charges against Adam Paul.
“The wild deer problem is pretty bad,” Councilman Matt Pirrello said. “What’s interesting is all our surrounding communities allow hunting.”