“We’re not going to stop,” an attorney for the project vowed, “we’re going to continue to build.”
Councilman Steve Stenger, who originally sponsored the project a year ago, is now leading the charge to send the plan back to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
St. Louis County residents say they still plan to attend another town hall meeting tonight to oppose the center under construction.
Oakville residents crowded a local church for an informational meeting, regarding a senior housing development project, that brought more questions than answers.
The boy, wearing only a diaper, was found by a groundskeeper at the Port Apartments near Telegraph and Baumgartner in Oakville.
At a meeting Tuesday night, residents claimed the existing coal ash from the Meramec facility is causing health problems.
Man grabbed and dragged her, she got away.
Begins at 7 p.m. at Oakville High School.