“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.”
The allegations against Mayor Adam Paul are serious: drinking on the job, sharing details of closed meetings, shouting profanity during public forums, and more.
The Show Me Insitute’s David Stokes and Ellisville Mayor Matt Pirrello give us the pro’s and con’s of TIF spending on the Ellisville Walmart. There was trouble in the Delmar Loop over the weekend but […]
Missouri Senator Roy Blunts updates us on the U.S. Supreme Court Health Care Reform hearing. Mark Sutherland, member of the local Scottish community, tells us about a Granite City high school student who was told […]
Charlie talks wtih Aeneas Williams about integrity in football and the Gregg Williams bounty scandal; with Ellisville Mayor Matt Pirrello about the WalMart TIF proposal; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with STL Attorney Paul Griesemer about changing firefighter pension and disability benefits.