Monarch Fire Protection District
Is the board playing politics or providing transparency for taxpayers by making meetings open? It depends who you ask.
No end in sight with the ongoing battles between the Monarch Fire Protection District Board and its employees. The latest controversy surrounds the elimination of the Public Education officer position.
The board cited budget concerns in firing its PEO but then voted to acquire $5 million insurance policies for board members.
At the meeting on Tuesday night, residents lined up to speak, demanding that firefighters be allowed to wear pink shirts to support breast cancer awareness and the Pink Heels campaign.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, August 30th – Walter Trout, Blues Guitarist; former Mo. State Sen. Jane Cunningham; and Glenn Koenen on Mo. Senate Bill 251
Charlie talks with Blues Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Walter Trout about his upcoming appearance in St. Louis; and with former Mo. State Sen. Jane Cunningham; and Charlie and Debbie talk with Glenn Koenen about Mo. Senate Bill 251 and firefighters.
A group of concerned taxpayers claims worker compensation insurance costs have gotten out of hand in the Monarch Fire Protection District.
“It landed on its belly with no landing gear, slowed to a stop, safely, mind you, with moderate damage to the underside of the aircraft and propeller”
Fire marshal says there’s damage to 2nd and 3rd floors of Chesterfield Place, but all residents got out safely.
State Auditor Tom Schweich gives the Monarch Fire Protection District a “FAIR” rating.
Outraged citizens protest cancellation of Board meeting