Phyllis Young

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St. Louis Open Carry/Firearm Education Walk Happening Saturday Afternoon

Organizer Jeffrey Smith says it’s designed to call attention to Missouri’s constitutionally guaranteed right to keep and bear arms – a right he says was strengthened by the passage of Amendment 5 this past August.


Sharon Carpenter (KMOX file photo)

Nepotism Scandal Prompts Proposal to Change How St. Louis Picks Recorder of Deeds

By city charter, the voters pick the Recorder of Deeds, but Alderwoman Phyllis Young working on a bill to make it a post held by appointment of the mayor.


Alderwoman Phyllis Young proposes cutting size of board of aldermen

Mark Reardon: St. Louis Aldermen Pass A Bill To Bring Mega Concerts To The City

St. Louis Alderwoman Phyllis Young discusses the passage of her bill that should bring some big concerts to St. Louis.


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Bill to Bring Concerts to Downtown St. Louis Stalls

A bill to bring major open-air concerts to downtown St. Louis on Memorial and Labor Day weekends stalled in committee.


The Laclede Gas Building at 720 Olive St. downtown. (Photo via owner Hertz Investment Group's website.)

Board of Aldermen Nears Passage of Laclede Gas TIF

By a vote of 24-1, the board perfected the language on the tax increment financing (TIF) deal to help Laclede Friday.



Slay Spokesperson: City Hall Not Sending Mixed Signals on Preservation

A spokesperson for St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says he’s not sending mixed signals about preserving the city’s historic past.



City: Cupples 7 Will Be Demolition in June

The city of St. Louis is expected to officially declare its intention to issue a demolition permit on the Cupples 7 building today.


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Mark Reardon: Alex Cortes, Phyllis Young, Jarrett Bell

Mark Reardon talks with Alex Cortes with to urge spending cuts, Alderwoman Phyllis Young regarding a tax proposal for area parks, and USA Today columnist Jarrett Bell about the NFL’s lax DUI policy.


Officials pull on a giant ribbon during dedication ceremonies at the main library in St. Louis on December 9, 2012. .UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Central Library Reopens to the Public

The $70 million renovation took more than two years to complete.


St. Louis Arch

Aldermen Consider Sales Tax Plan for Arch Improvements

Would you be willing to pay a higher sales tax to help the St. Louis Arch? That’s the question that may be put to voters in three local communities.



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